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Todd has been with Y93 since 1997...the year of the famous 17-inch snowstorm with 70MPH+ wind gusts!
He sent a blank audition tape, and got the job anyway (true story; the guy that hired him is no longer with the company...). He's since been promoted to the Operations Manager position with Clear Channel Radio in Bismarck ("more proof that everyone rises to their level of incompetence").
He said Family Guy would be back after it had been cancelled (it is). Thank him or blame him, but it's probably just coincidence. The bazillion illegal downloads of it probably had more to do with it than anything else.
Todd started working in radio in the '80s. Tacoma, WA; Rochester, MN; Outer Banks, NC; Winchester, VA; back to Outer Banks, NC; to Columbus, OH; then Bismarck-Mandan. But his early experience was working for Rob Sherwood, the guy he grew up listening to in the Twin Cities.
Todd was an Ohio State Buckeye, so naturally hates the Michigan Wolverines ("Ann Arbor is such a GIRL'S name!").
He's really pretty harmless. Write him anytime (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
This is the one week of the year when a lot of time is spent reminding us all to be thankful. And one day after we gather family and/or close friends for a feast and quality time together, hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of people get up hours before they EVER would on ANY other day, and accumulate many things to give to others, so that we may have new things for which to be thankful.
A few years ago, I became reacquainted with the first girl I ever had a crush on, fell in love with, whatever you would call it at age 12. We had lost touch after 16, having grown up on opposite ends of Minneapolis, without Facebook, texting, e-mailing, or any other convenient means of communication - just that one phone for the whole house, right in the middle of the house. In Barb's case, there were five siblings, who were all ears. The more privacy one has, the more likely a courtship can happen.
Long story short, boy finds girl again on Facebook (I know...how cliche!), boy falls in love with girl........and girl suddenly has stage four cancer. Out of nowhere. So far, she's doing as well as one can, under the circumstances. It's a path of a lot of unknown, and they don't make a Cancer for Dummies book - or if they do (I didn't bother to look), it's not a one-size-fits-all proposition.
My point: yes....be thankful. By all means. It could all be gone tomorrow...