I work in an office. It's a difficult job made much, much worse by the economic situation and the ever-present threat of layoffs. Fortunately I can wear headphones while I work, so I used to listen regularly to WKNR. It was my link to the outside world; my way to reach out to something fun. I listened to the Really Big Show, Rome, Munch, everything up to 5:00 pm, when I could go home. Sometimes I listened to WKNR on the way home. It eventually got to be too much. Listening to the Really Big Show I got the impression the station had reached back to 1970 and my 8th grade study hall and plucked a bunch of guys out of their seats and given them a radio show. The stupid 'comedy routines' that are funny the first time, the 10th time, maybe the 43rd time--but not the 5,000th time. The endless jabber about parking tickets, 'hot chicks,' and countless other things that have nothing to do with sports. 'We've got SOOOO MUCH to get to today,' but they never actually got to any of it. The callers who wait for 30 minutes or an hour to have their say about their favorite sports teams, only to get on the air and have the host insult them and hang up on them after 10 seconds because he or his co-host disagrees with their opinion, or just for the fun of hanging up on them, etc. I stopped listening when they started playing this McDonalds fish sandwich commercial, over and over and over and over. Goldhammer was actually hanging up on people because they started talking about the Indians, the Cavs and the Browns instead of the sandwich commercial. Are these people actually getting paid to do this? We in Cleveland have several compelling sports stories going on, year round. Why don't our radio 'personalities' want to talk about them? Maybe because they are too busy trying to be 'personalities.' I used to listen to Munch, and it was like eating air. Do you have to be a speedfreak or a self-absorbed 13 year old to get a radio show in Cleveland? Listening to WKNR, one would think so. I stopped listening to WKNR, bought an MP3 player, and started to listen to British soccer podcasts. Last week, with the Browns in a state of meltdown, the Indians lookng for a new manager, Ohio State in disarray and the Cavs making a serious effort to win it all this season, I began listening once again. Thankfully, Munch is gone. But Reghai is almost as bad. Pompous, self-absorbed, endlessly repeating and repeating and repeating the same rants while telling callers who are actually making intelligent comments 'I gotta fly!' His motto should be, 'Bring it STRONG, so I can hang up on ya!' The Really Big Show is the same. Cleveland sports is full of upheaval , rumors and, in the case of the Cavs, hope. What do they talk about? Chicks, blue jeans, parking tickets. Rizzo blusters and repeats himself and cuts people off and then [again] repeats the same rant he already repeated 50 times in the last hour. As for Rome: he does great interviews, but the 'routines' and 'takes' are boring. WKNR should drop the show. Even Mike and Mike is more informative.