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Rock 100.5 adds songs to Regular Guys show, skewed younger over the weekend

The Foo Fighters are a core artist on Rock 100.5. CREDIT: AP

The Foo Fighters had been a core artist on Rock 100.5. CREDIT: AP

With ratings lagging behind the three other major signal rock stations in town, Rock 100.5 made a shift Saturday to significantly more current music – but then quickly reverted back to classic rock on Monday.

In another interesting shift, the Regular Guys Monday began playing rock music during their show, two songs per hour. On Monday, they played only recent songs by the likes of Papa Roach, Stone Sour and Theory of a Deadman. On Tuesday, they started mixing in older songs.

Over the weekend, songs from the past three years encompassed 30 percent of the music heard on the station, up from 10 percent on Friday.

Rock 100.5 had been gradually upping the percentage of new music in its mix since November, adding hits by the likes of Shinedown and Godsmack. The average age of a song October 15, 2011 was 1979. By last Friday, it was 1990. On Sunday, it was 1996.

Feedback must have been poor. On a Facebook poll the station posted Sunday morning asking if folks were “digging the music,” only 12 said yes, 115 said no.

The station reverted back Monday to two current songs an hour, the same as last week. Over this past weekend, though, Rock 100.5 skewed significantly younger, playing songs from the past three years about half the time and sounding a lot like Project 9-6-1. Among the 34 new (or  relatively new) songs the station had never played before: Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ “Monarchy of Roses,” Adelitas Way’s “Collapse” and Chevelle’s “Face to the Floor.”

[UPDATE on Tuesday, January 31, 10:55 a.m.: The station pivoted the music back during the mornings on day two, adding older songs into the mix. The eight songs heard today on the Regular Guys included Nirvana's 'Come As You Are," Van Halen's new song "Tattoo," U2's "Vertigo" and Stone Temple Pilots' "Interstate Love Song." Also, the station went back to pure classic rock overnight. From midnight to 6 a.m., they played virtually all songs from the 1970s and 1980s and nothing from the past 15 years.  And since 10 a.m., the station has continued in pure classic rock mode. Now I'm just mighty confused!]

[UPDATE on Wednesday, February 1, 8:30 a.m.: On Tuesday, reverting back to pure classic rock, Rock 100.5 saw  the average age of a song fall back to 1980 compared to 1990 last Friday.]

When the Regular Guys came to Clear Channel’s 96rock in 1998, the male-oriented show played three songs an hour, “Southside” Steve Rickman recalls. But within two years, host Larry Wachs had convinced management to get rid of music completely. In past interviews, Wachs was adamant he wanted to do a pure talk/entertainment show. And when ratings started going up, he got his way. (I couldn’t reach Larry this afternoon.)

When the Regular Guys moved to Cumulus-owned Rock 100.5 in 2008, the station also agreed to air the show without music.

Rickman said he’s “fired up” by the changes. “I’m glad we’re not an alternative or classic rock stations. We’re just a damn good rock station,” he said. While a huge fan of 1970s/80s rock, he also likes to hear the latest Nickelback song, too. He also said he doesn’t expect the Regular Guys to play more than two songs an hour.

Could ratings be a factor in management deciding to add music to the Regular Guys show?

Rock 100.5 program director Rob Roberts declined to comment. (His boss John Dickey was out of town and hasn’t responded.) And Rickman isn’t sure who made the call on this one.

The Regular Guys has lost some steam in the ratings lately, especially over the past year. The first year of Arbitron’s people meters, the Regular Guys in 2009 averaged a 3.19 share among 25-54 year olds. That improved in 2010 to 3.88, but fell by one third in 2011 to 2.53.

Among 18 to 34 year olds, the Regular Guys had some huge numbers in 2009, averaging a 5.16 share, a top 5 station in that demographic. That fell to 4.42 in 2010, then 3.46 min 2011. That’s about one-third of its younger audience gone over two years.

Still, two songs is relatively modest on music radio.

Here’s what other notable morning shows in metro Atlanta do in terms of music, based on data compiled by Mediabase 24/7. During the day, most stations play about 12 to 14 songs an hour, which means not a lot of talk. A station which allows some talk (including news, traffic and commercials) will usually play 7 to 8 songs an hour.

Sister station Q100: the Bert Show does not typically play music from 6 to 9 a.m. but throws in 2 cuts during the 9 a.m. hour.

Star 94, Cindy & Ray play 7 to 8 songs an hour from 6 to 9 a.m., a bit more at 5 a.m. At 9 a.m., the station plays about 13 songs.

Rock station 92.9/Dave FM: Steve Craig does 9 to 10 cuts an hour from 5:30 to 8:30 a.m., then far more after that.

94.9/The Bull: Jason & Kristen play about 8 songs an hour from 5 to 8 a.m., then 10 during the 8 a.m. hour.

Project 9-6-1: Relatively new personality-based Kidd Chris show has been given a lot of breathing room. The station plays about 7 songs at 5 a.m., just 4 songs an hour from 6 to 9 a.m.

B98.5: Vikki and Kelly play 7 to 8 cuts an hour from 5 to 9 a.m.

Kicks 101.5: Cadillac & Dallas do about 8 cuts an hour from 6 to 8:30 a.m. but then go into more music mode after that.

V-103: Frank & Wanda plays 5 to 6 cuts an hour from 6 to 10 a.m.

Kiss 104.1: Tom Joyner plays just 2 songs an hour from 6 to 9 a.m., 4 songs at 9 a.m.

Fish 104.7: Kevin & Taylor run about 10 songs an hour.

105.3/El Patron: Patrones de la Manana runs about 8 songs an hour from 6 to 9, 10 songs at 9 a.m.

Wild 105.7: Elvis Duran plays just 3 songs an hour from 6 to 9, about 8 or 9 at the 9 a.m. hour

Atlanta’s Greatest Hits 106.7: Tripp West spins 12 songs an hour from 6 to 9, which is truly a more music morning.

Majic 107.5/97.5: Steve Harvey airs 3 to 4 songs an hour from 6 to 9, 7 at 9 a.m.

Hot 107.9: Rickey Smiley last Thursday ran 8 songs at the 6 a.m. hour, then 4 to 5 songs from the 7 to 10 a.m. hours.

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Larry W.A.C.H.S

January 30th, 2012
6:26 pm

Terrible move. I’m switching to Kevin & Taylor in protest.

Sage of Bluesland

January 30th, 2012
7:26 pm

Stopped listening to those arrogant clowns a couple of years ago….They became lame and boring.

How the mighty have fallen!

Hopefully they will stay gone this pending firing….

Wife of Bluesland

January 30th, 2012
7:30 pm

Don’t listen to Sage. He knows not of what he types. I blame the FCC for the change in show style but TRGs are still the best ATL has to offer. I wish they would syndicate. Remember the good times: RadioBoy, Kelly Brown, ChurchChick, the BJUI lady, UGLY, American Beauties, Virgin Murray and all the fun before the FCC butted in.

larry wachs

January 30th, 2012
8:31 pm

I knew you could do it Rodney; come up with yet another lame excuse to write about our 17th place morning show. If Cumulus was smart, they’d replace The Regular Gays with ALL music!


January 30th, 2012
11:21 pm

LOL @ Nickleback.


January 31st, 2012
1:04 am

souffside stefen is on the case!

My personal question is if SSS will look back on his life and be happy, or whether he will turn into an old creepy man still trying to sack 18 year olds?


January 31st, 2012
7:38 am

The beginning of the end for TRG. HUGE vote of non-confidence from Cumulus: “Your show sucks so bad, we’re going to throw in some terrible Active Rock to try to revive the corpse.” This is guaranteed to drive away more of TRG’s older-skewing 25-54 demo and accelerate the death-spiral.

Faux-Libertarian Eric must already be lawyer-shopping so that he can sue management (again) after he gets fired (again).


January 31st, 2012
7:59 am

I believe honestly that with segments such as Oxygen Financial, the show has turned off it’s audience. Sure, it’s great to be educated on such things, but I’m not sure that that’s what the average casual listener wants to hear on their way to work..

John Boy's Billy

January 31st, 2012
8:48 am

The two token music cuts per hour fit the TRG morning vibe like Captain Ponytail trolling for dates in a high school parking lot. “What doesn’t belong here?” The way the songs now pop up at random feels as out of place as if Steve were to start giving self-authored daily reports on women’s health issues.

The TRG show has always included music and related commentary. And the songs they have played, in full or portions, have not been confined to the narrow boundaries mandated by Billboard-sniffing Program Directors. Perhaps the TRG guys should just let some of the songs they already reference in normal show content play out. At least that would provide some sense of segue.

I suspect the TRG demographics have little in common with those of 100.5 during the rest of the day.


January 31st, 2012
9:21 am

Nickelback- HA HA!


January 31st, 2012
10:27 am

The slow death of talk-based entertainment radio on FM. Adding music in the mix, the sign of that genre dying on radio.


January 31st, 2012
10:44 am

What makes it even weirder is that they don’t even acknowledge the music. Clearly nobody’s happy about it. I couldn’t tell if they were playing a rerun with music until they mentioned a current topic. It’s jarring.

I’ll say it: I like them. I’ve listened for years. It’s the only morning show worth listening to, and I’m really not in the mood to rock out at 6am. I don’t want to listen to music at that hour, period, really. So all you people that can’t wait to tell me how great it is to pay for radio – don’t bother. Oh, you’re an Apple Zombie? You can save that, too.

Long live TRG!

Lisa and Curious

January 31st, 2012
12:32 pm

Love us some Norma Lee – bring her back and the listeners will come!

Lisa and Curious

January 31st, 2012
12:33 pm

We love $kankho!


January 31st, 2012
12:46 pm

norma need to give pot o’ gold more money. bunnie hungry.

Bobo is Not the Problem

January 31st, 2012
12:49 pm

“Could ratings be a factor in management deciding to add music to the Regular Guys show?”

Naive much, Rodney?

WOW. I can’t believe you typed that. Ratings are a factor in EVERY management decision. As they should be. It’s a business.

Calling It Like It Is

January 31st, 2012
12:52 pm

I don’t think it’s the genre of music dying, it’s the genre of morning talk dying. All those who have been whining about moving to XM and Sirius don’t listen to satellite readio for talk, unless it’s Stern. I’ve never been nor will I be a fan of TRG. They skew their stuff to a younger demographic. The fact that the station changes their programming and format overnight and on the weekends shows that they don’t know what kind of station they want to be. Going younger puts them in competition with Project and classic puts them in competition with The River (who FINALLY dropped the NEW from their station promos. The station was new for what, 5 years?)

The one station that has been making some decent changes is Dave. They brought back someone who knows music in the morning and does need a whole ensemble to do the show (Steve Craig). Play music and throw some chatter in between the songs and just play music. Some new, a little more of the old, and stuff in between. They have been playing songs that I haven’t heard in years on ANY Atlanta radio station.

For Atlanta to be a Top 10 market, there is some of the worst radio I’ve heard on the airwaves. Syndication is not the answer either. They need local jocks doing local shows or you lose the local aspect and connection with the audience. Case in point, Q’s TBS. Sure, they were good when they were local, but you put them in a couple of other markets and they tend to lose the conncection with their Atlanta audience. They have to be too general so that they don’t alienate their other market’s listeners.

FM used to be the only place for music. If you wanted talk readio, you turned to AM. Now you have talk making it’s way into the FM frequencies. The only good thing about that is that you don’t have all of the static from the AM frequency. It is neat to hear a ball game in stereo instead of mono.

I think the stations need to take a step back and go to the drawing borards, find out who they want to target, do their focus groups, and program accordingly. They need to stop trying to be everything to everyone.Look at some of the most successful stations in the bigger markets and see what they are doing. Hell, most of the media companies (Cumulus, Citadel, and Clear Channel) all own stations in the better markets. Don’t syndicate or copy the playlist, Tailor it to the individual market.

You never know….it might actually work.

Eric's Nose Whistle

January 31st, 2012
1:01 pm

97.9 is nice change of pace.

Fred Rogers

January 31st, 2012
1:34 pm

I hate music in the middle of my TRG moments.
Hey Norma Lee…. Show me your Flap Jacks!


January 31st, 2012
1:40 pm

I’m a HUGE TRG Fan. Larry, Eric and Tim are entertaining and I’d prefer to hear them in the morning without the added music or South Side Steve.

And to Lisa and Curios, the best thing they ever did was to get rid of that Hillbilly Norma Lee. No one wants her to come back! She wore out her welcome and TRG moved on!

I enjoy their political views and Tim Andrews always keeps me laughing with all the “voices’ in his head. I’m always and a forever fan!


January 31st, 2012
3:38 pm

I only listen to 97 now. 94 quit playing top 40 so i never tune there anymore. 99 is ok too. But i notice you guys are leaving these out. So clearly this is a commercialism.


January 31st, 2012
3:47 pm


South Side Steve

January 31st, 2012
4:09 pm

*Sniff* Yea, I like to hear the newest Nickleback song, what of if??????

Ratings in the Toilet

January 31st, 2012
4:15 pm

Top 3 Reasons for the ratings decline of The Regular Guys:
1) Too many 5 minutes commerical breaks. There are literally 20 minutes of commercials per hour on the show. And most of those commercials are South Side Steve doing a horrible homemade pitch for some sponsor. And the sweetjack song that gets played every commercial break.
2) Larry Wachs insane narricism and ego. He loves to hear himself talk and thinks that he knows everything about everything. He is also under the false impression that women actually want him. Nothing could be further from the truth.
3) Lame segments like Oxygen financial instead of funny comedy bits that got them to where they are today.


January 31st, 2012
4:17 pm

At least I found one radio station in the Country that will play our music. There ratings must be pretty bad to play us on the radio


January 31st, 2012
5:56 pm

@Ratings in the Toilet…you are spot on.

Larry has become the most annoying person on Atlanta airwaves since his divorce. First, it was the Sexy Bros bit. Now, it’s the W-A-C-H-S act. They cut the best part of the show (The News Jog) down to about 20 minutes and they wonder why they are losing listeners? The show has become completely boring and routine for at least a year now. Segments like Oxygen Financial and Ask George Stein are just commercial ventures and they need to get eliminated immediately. If they can’t come up with funny material every day, then they need to retire. Sebas and The Booch are not good sources for comedy.

The addition of music means the subtraction of this long time listener. I’ve been with them since the beginning, but I’m tired of their collective laziness. Seriously, what other morning drive show would be STUPID enough to start the day, every single day, with a segment that was on the previous day? If people wanted to hear that segment, they could have tuned in on that day, if they missed it—there’s a podcast. But this has nothing to do with providing a service to their fans, and everything to do with not wanting to do show preparations because they are completely lazy and disinterested. The FU line requires no show prep, Calls from the Gen Public requires no show prep, The George Stein Files requires no show prep, Regular Guys Squares requires that they have an intern write down some questions (it must be grueling work), the Oxygen Financial segment requires no show prep. Notice a trend?

So, if that’s what TRG has become and they think that the answer is to add crap rock to fix it. Then, they can do that and I’ll find a different source of entertainment in the morning, thank you very much. I think I’ll go ahead and delete my 100.5 preset just to make sure.

Ric Flair

January 31st, 2012
8:01 pm

I’m a loyal Regular Guys listener for many years now, and was annoyed with the constant barrage of the same stupid commercials! McDonald’s has the worst/most annoying radio spots ever, and it doesn’t help to have the same one every break! Or that idiot “Dr” that guarantees you’ll have an erection…”Right there in his office!”

I agree with most people that Larry is easily the weakest link, as he steps on every legit interview and tries to hang with Tim Andrews in the funny department. I imagine it’s only a matter of time before Tim becomes a writer for TV/Movies. EVH is great at what he does, and would easily land on his feet. I still find it amusing that so many people want to bash SSS, but wish they could be him. He’s a fun loving guy that has busted his butt and worked hard for everything he has, and most people seem to be haters. Is he as funny as TA, not by a long shot, but who is?

If Larry keeps wanting to be the punk kid that had the football, and nobody could play with it unless he was QB…..I guess he’ll fall back to cruising the Home Depot Parking lots and getting his a$$ whipped again!


January 31st, 2012
8:05 pm

TRG is terrible. They jumped the shark when they started that Oxygen Financial junk. Hang it up guys and move on while you can still hold your heads hight. Zzzzz


January 31st, 2012
8:07 pm

The music should leave TRG. I listen for them, not the over-played music that is always on 100.5. Need to lay off all the “classic” rock that is played so much. 97.1 is good for that.


January 31st, 2012
8:09 pm

Good points Ric Flair. Larry is the weakest link. I have lost all respect for him with the whole Larry W.A.C.H.S crap. I want to reach through the radio and strangle him all 300 times a day he does that. He should get Kind D. Bag for life.

Adios TRG

January 31st, 2012
8:25 pm

Crude and Ric couldn’t be more correct. Larry sucks and is a drag on the whole show. Ever since his divorce, he is trying to over-compensate for everything that he lacks. He steps all over the interviews, when people actually call the show with a question/help he berates them and says how stupid they are, and talks about himself nonstop. He should win d-bag of the show every single day. Eric and Tim are great at what they do and need to leave Larry in the dust. SSS could be brought along or left, I really don’t care either way. It is no suprise that their ratings are in the tank.

They guys need to step it up and quit wasting time with lame segments and interviewing interns for an hour per show. The show has been so watered down lately I find myslef listening less and less

Ric Flair

January 31st, 2012
8:30 pm

I’ve got no problem with the Oxygen Financial/George Stein stuff….the GS stuff is always pretty decent. OF is better than the repetitive commercials, and really not that bad.

The problem with the 1st day of music was that it was all crap, and most the people that would’ve enjoyed it, well they’re in school! The music they played Tuesday was much better, but how many times have you heard Guns n’ Roses version of “Live and Let die”??? 100.5 will wear a song out for sure! You hear the same songs each day! I’m pretty sure that GnR had more songs than Live and Let Die and Sweet Child of mine! That’s the reason nobody listens after 10:02am each day! Shoot, I bet the ratings really drop after the guaranteed win times (if the prize is decent) Not to mention they bring in some broad that wants to talk slutty and how big her boobs are….keep playing to the lowest common denominator and you lose those who have an IQ above room temperature.

Larry either needs to pump his brakes, or he can just turn off the rest of the fans!

The real sad part is….there isn’t anything else worth a crap on Atlanta radio

cindy and ray

January 31st, 2012
9:06 pm

What about moving them to afternoon drive?


January 31st, 2012
9:56 pm

I haven’t listened to regular guys in about ten months. they are so played out. They started going down hill not too long before the spootacular 2010 when Larry W. was cursing on the mic, that was so unprofessional. I didn’t even go to the 2011 spootacular, screw that, even though I had been to the previous ones. Larry ruined it for me in 2010. Screw the regularguys. Now I bounce between the the Bert Show on Q100 and and Kid Chris on Project 96.1, starting to lean to the Kid Chris Show. The break from Clearchannel was okay, but maybe it’s time to go back. Kid Chris is funny as crap!

Ronnie Dobbs

February 1st, 2012
7:04 am

Remember when the Regular Guys were funny?

Their old bits were hilarious. Sending SSS to the “massage” parlors. Wachs impersonating Rocker and calling that chick that had a crush on him. “In My Stall”, which they still use occassionally.

Sebas has his moments – the Occupy Atlanta interviews were hilarious. “What’s crackin?” and “Buy Curious” are still hilarious. Bringing the week old tampon to the “Smelling Bee” was so disgusting and funny at the same time.

Drop George Stein, drop Oxygen financial, drop all this crap with the Booch (who isn’t funny at all), and bring back the bits that put you on top.

Ronnie Dobbs

February 1st, 2012
7:06 am


The Kid Chris show sucks. He was never funny with his songs/calls on Stern and his sidekick on that show is annoying as balls – his laugh sounds someone clubbing a seal to death.

Ancient Chinese Proverb

February 1st, 2012
9:24 am

If The Regular Guys go off the air and no one is listening, do they make a sound?

P.S. Everyone else is right, Larry sucks at life

Adios TRG

February 1st, 2012
9:28 am

TRG spends at least 30 minutes per show talking about/with that loser group of misfit interns that they have. THIS IS NOT GOOD RADIO. No one in the listenind audiance thinks the Booch is funny. Larry has some strange man crush on him and continues to give him air time. Your interns are losers and NO ONE ELSE CARES ABOUT THEM. Give it a rest please. No wonder their ratings suck so bad

Norma Lee

February 1st, 2012
11:18 am

I keep telling Larry to bring me back. They really good guys. Especially Tim such a cutie.

If you want more fans sent me and email to say to call in. If you don’t I guest it’s your lost.

TRG fan

February 1st, 2012
11:27 am

This is has been my favorite show since they came on the air.. However, I am not listening to them to hear old music. I am trying to be entertained!! They are losing listeners because no one really cares about Oxygen Financial, George Stein and ESPECIALLY could care less about this weight loss contest that they talk about WAY too much. I am sure those 3 sponsors are paying big bucks to be on the show, but we (regular guys) are not tuning to hear that stuff. We want to laugh and drown out all the other boring stuff on the other channels and in our lives. If we want to hear music, we’ll change the channel. Please get back to the fun stuff!!! Not serious stuff….

Jay Crew

February 1st, 2012
11:57 am

While I agree that Larry’s act has gotten tired as well, at least he can (somewhat) do voices and characters and improv fairly well. What has gotten really tired is the nonstop circular political and news banter, the monstrosity called the News Jog. I understand it has a loyal following, but even that has to be dwindling ever faster due to the incessant need of Eric to step on everyone, lecture about his atheist version of libertarianism nonstop and root out any and all funny possible from the news to be killed. His job is basically to go on and find the latest headlines and subsequently lecture TRG/us on how this all – no, almost every damn story, – relates to his worldview and how it was in his day etc etc. When Steve calls him “Aunt Louise” he isn’t joking, if Louise was also a closet hippie (Not a big secret EVH tokes up, most of his News Jog rants are like extended atheist bipolar episodes), and if Louise was a complete perv-o-maniac (Not a big secret EVH makes torture porn with his excessive, unjustified newspreacher salary).

What TRG needs is what many here have said – more comedy bits, more of what got them on top. Less Booch (not talented or funny even after 1+ year sunk into him). More actual material or at least using Tim’s improv/character talents instead of boring 80%+ of your potential demographic with “Eric rants about _____ while Larry pretends to follow & everyone else sits on Facebook and Words with Friends.” That sucks, has sucked for too long, and has dragged down the format for a long time. Too few are willing to sit thru all the commercials just to get indoctrinated mercilessly into Eric’s particularly weird atheistic, dogmatic, some-would-say-actually-perverted worldview. I heard “Someone’s Getting Shot” is the highest-rated segment; that doesn’t surprise me because it’s actually FUNNY, especially when they start making excuses, deals for pumps, hidden pumps are done to the gun, it is light yet chaotic and entertaining. It’s just that any funny bit is always only minutes away from Eric, in particular, getting his next chance to browbeat the studio/listeners with 10-12 bizarre, lecturing rants and that won’t continue much longer.

JK in Acworth

February 1st, 2012
1:17 pm

I have really grown frustrated with Larry’s inane comments and highjacking/derailing fo the news story or topic. Adding music gives me more chances to change the station and find something else to listen to. Ox/Fin segments – BORING! TRG square segments (note plural, because the intro is waayy too long!) More smelling bee/someone’s getting shot or any segment that includes damaging SSS!

The "Regular" Guys???

February 1st, 2012
2:11 pm

TRG have sold out to Oxygen Financial, George Stein, Dracmatic Weight Loss, etc to line their pockets but come at a detriment to the show. Everyone I know hates these segments and they just act as a vehicle to waste air time and get through the show without having to do any actual planning. Their work ethic and effort has steadily declined over the last year and it looks like their ratings have followed right along with it. Sucks in the fact that this used to be my favorite radio but I find myself litening less and less

Pete E. Tong

February 1st, 2012
2:14 pm

Are you listening, TRG?

Your audience has come to a consensus:

Drop the persona, Larry.
Drop Oxygen Financial
Drop Vinny Boochie
Drop George Stein

Southside Steve

February 1st, 2012
3:16 pm



February 1st, 2012
3:20 pm

Larry has turned into Michael Scott, he tries to carry a joke on longer than it should be. He interrupts the News Jog so that one story takes a whole segment, and then tries to drag one joke through the whole thing. It gets annoying. He does the same thing with TRG Squares. It takes 20 minutes or longer to do the “introductions” because Larry is beating a joke into the ground.

The "Regular" Guys???

February 1st, 2012
3:47 pm

So the common thread that I see running through all these posts is that people don’t like Larry Wachs and that he takes away from the entertainment of the show. Hmmmmm….. Cumulus are you listening? I can give you a quick way to improve ratings

[...] More details on the saga here. [...]

Norma Lee

February 1st, 2012
8:02 pm

Please quit using my name in these blogs. I didn’t post the above posting. . Thank you