HomeMediaDon't Blame The FCC Don't Blame The FCC KateSDA March 30, 2004 Media 3 Comments On the off-chance “Daily Stern” writer Jeff Jarvis is looking for a new cause c I'm Just Not Buying It Tools Of The Trade Related Posts Rejecting reason Extremists Getting Licenses to Drive School Buses U.S. Investigating Those Behind The Making Of “Innocence of Muslims” About The Author KateSDA 3 Comments mrjerz March 30, 2004 there is a slight difference. In most cases, people don’t patronize your place of business to see your favorite twins breasts. But in radio or TV guys cases, they do. Your ability to make people tune in is also creating a large group of people that call for your protecction under free speech laws. Me whipping it out at work doesn’t make people want to frequent the business where I work, but it absolutely does make people want to tune in to those you’re talking about. And where there are customers, you have a market for protection. Boyd March 30, 2004 While I don’t disagree with your points, mrjerz, I find Jeff’s fixation on Howard Stern tedious. I dropped him from my RSS reader because of it. Maybe once all this is settled, I’ll subscribe to him again, but for the time being, Jeff is like a Chinese Water Torture. Tell me when Stern goes to one of the satellite radio channels, and I’ll know it’s safe to put Jeff Jarvis back into my aggregator. Paul March 30, 2004 Invite your favorite twins in to display their tits at the weekly management meeting … just try it. hmmmm… At my last job that would have gotten me a promotion. Sorry Kate, your points are well taken, I’m just the class clown.