Show With No Name

Big Finish With Big Baby

2/10/2012 10:17 AM

 The Show With No Name finished the week with Matt 'Big Baby' Travis.   RJ Hawk took today off to attend a wedding in Shreveport this weekend. I missed him because he is like the little brother that I never had. Oh I have a younger brother that's correct. What I mean is that he would be the little brother that wants to smash my face in with his car, that I never had. He knows he can leave though and trust that 'Big Baby' will take care of things while he is away.

 Dueling weather guys was the theme to start the show this morning. It was, The Weather Wook vs The Weather Ninja! (photo not provided) Look at the size of The Wook's, Damon Poole's hands! The guy is a gentle giant!! I love me some Wook! No....wait....what? Can you say that on here?

Did you hear about the guy that put his kid in the clothes dryer? We talked about disciplining our children but, that guy and the guy that murdered his family and then took the COWARD way out and committed suicide are becoming all to common in this world.

 A visit from Mark Miller, GM at Fletcher Dodge, this morning and it provided us the opportunity to have a new segment, Car Talk....with Mark Miller. Pretty catchy huh.

  Sir Paul McCartney, the cute Beatle, finally received his star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. We were all amazed that he hadn't had one to this point. I mean Ringo gets one before Paul? So what happened next ya think?  Yep, the chance to play Ringo stuff. We still had Car Talk though too.

 Clay Henry was with us speaking about his magazine, Hawgs Illustrated. Good times. Good times.

 I found out that David Bazzel does a great Clint Eastwood impression.

 Horse racing and Beat the Baz And Beat the Baz............. And Beat the Baz!  The guy was a machine again today.  We were trying to give away Razorback basketball tickets and he took on all comers. The tickets were eventually given away during a, much rushed, Tommy is running out of artist that begin with a 'B', David had to leave the studio to give the caller a better shot at the tickets, final round.

Remember that The Wook and Ninja speak of a colder than we've had weekend and wintry weather for the start of the work week so stay warm, dry, and safe, We need you back safe and sound Monday. OK that's it for now. I'll call ya when I get home and let it ring once so you know I made it.

Remember you don't have to buy a new car to be treated like you did. Fletcher Dodge has a wide selection of cars to fit every budget. Just for stopping by and talking with the Fletcher guys you get dinner for two at Benihana Japanese Steakhouse.

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Thanks for listening and making The Buzz 103.7 your #1 station. Join The Show With No Name from 6am-10am Mon-Fri with Tommy Smith, David Bazzel, RJ Hawk, and myself.

Comments

Richard Pryor (2/12/2012 8:07 PM)

Big baby...? How about lil Crawford


Damon Poole (2/15/2012 11:58 PM)

Hi Folks. It's me. The Wook. I wanted to take a few paragraphs and talk about Friday's forecast and the contest between myself and Ninja. First, let me restate that I agreed with 95 percent of what he said. He did a terrific job of interpreting the models and giving his best guess of what he thought would happen. That's what forecasting is about, looking at data from computer models and other guidance, (radar, surface observations, satellite, sounding data from weather balloons, etc), and trying to get the best picture of what will happen in a given forecast situation and making it available for you the public to use to plan your day.

Part of what we both were trying to express to Tommy, David, Roger, and the listeners, is that the forecast for that system was very complex. As Tommy so ably alluded, systems such as these tend to set up the heaviest snowfall well to the north, usually about 100 miles to the north of the track of the low, and any change in the track of th


Damon Poole, Part 2 (2/16/2012 12:02 AM)

the track of the low, and any change in the track of the low, or, in Friday's case, as little as 1 or 2 degrees diffrence in air temperature, and in the amount of available moisture, can make all the difference in type and amount of Wintry Precip we could have gotten. When I took a look at the data on Friday, I thought that temperature would be the key factor. Also, as Ninja alluded to, the airmass over the Central Arkansas area, was rather dry aloft, and this made precipitation evaporate, which took a good while to moisten the air up as it cooled. By the time precip reached the ground, the air was dry enough that snow amounts in the Downtown Little Rock area were very light, around 1/2" or less, and mostly on grass. This is why I said an inch or less. Further north and west in the higher elevations, like along the Missouri Border, and in the Ouachita Mtns, they had 1 to 4 inches common. Ninja and I both agreed that sleet and freezing rain would be the case during the late morning


Damon Poole 3rd & Final (2/16/2012 12:05 AM)

and afternoon, and that's what happened. Again, in the Downtown Little Rock area, light amounts were seen. So, in this case we were BOTH right, we just differed on the amounts. Congrats should also be to NINJA on his skill. Thanks for listening to the Buzz, and reading this. I am, Damon Poole, AKA (The Wook!)


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