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    <span style="font-family:Times"><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%">I tuned in a few days ago and was shocked by how conservative he was. I guess I didn&#39;t know he was that intent on waging the "cultural war." I used to enjoy listening to his show on KXNO; I thought he had some original opinions and a unique perspective on the world of sports. Now however, he just seems to be regurgitating the standard rhetorical motifs of the far right. Thoughts anyone? </span></span>



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    I&#39;ve love Deace in the Afternoons on WHO. He continues to do an outstanding job.


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    Good to hear deace is conservative&#33;...



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    Ughhh...glad that I don&#39;t listen to him. Go Culver&#33; LOL



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    one nice thing about sports is that it provides a diversion from the ridiculous world of politics and the state of our world affairs, liberals and conservatives can sit side by side and have a beer together and talk football or hoops or whatever. I live in Colorado, home of some of the most liberal (Boulder) and conservative (CO Springs) towns in the country... I miss the moderate, no-nonsense, practical attitudes most Iowans share. I don&#39;t hear Deace except when I&#39;m traveling through central Iowa. A few comments though that my friends have told me is that Deace piles on Jim Rome for being liberal. (&#33;) What? That just shows to me how far right Deace is. Just because someone questions where the WMD&#39;s in Iraq are that I&#39;ve heard Rome mention in the past doesn&#39;t mean he&#39;s a radical or anti-American. For cripes sake, Rome pimps H2 Hummers, and I think he drives one himself. Not only that, he has had on numerous occassions military vets that discussed the Pat Tilman story, including Iowa native Chad Hennings. Rome regularly acknowledges military listeners, so I don&#39;t think Rome fits the Deace definition of america-hating liberals.


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Greg &#064; 07&#045;06&#045;06 5&#58;08 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'><span style="font-family:Times"><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%">Thoughts anyone? </span></span>[/b][/quote] Sometimes I&#39;ll tune in to listen to him, but as soon as he starts talking politics, I turn the channel. I want to listen to sports, not politics, and certainly not extreme politics.


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Greg &#064; 07&#045;06&#045;06 5&#58;08 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> <span style="font-family:Times"><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%">I tuned in a few days ago and was shocked by how conservative he was. I guess I didn&#39;t know he was that intent on waging the "cultural war." I used to enjoy listening to his show on KXNO; I thought he had some original opinions and a unique perspective on the world of sports. Now however, he just seems to be regurgitating the standard rhetorical motifs of the far right. Thoughts anyone? </span></span>

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    I don&#39;t listen to him or KXNO anymore.



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    I observed Steven while catching a "Superman" matinee last Saturday. I am not sure which image me more uncomfortable....the "man of steel" being protrayed with zeal by a closeted Hawk or Steven&#39;s rapid approach to severe unhealthy preportions. God god man, you have beautiful children...please make an honest attempt to see them graduate from elementry school....avoid the naughty morsels and crack that "tai-bo" box.



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cybernate &#064; 07&#045;06&#045;06 9&#58;44 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>

    I don&#39;t listen to him or KXNO anymore.
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    If you are bored in the morning for good sports content as I am:



    Try listening to KXSP and Travis Justice of Big Sports 590 am fame from 9:00 to 11:00 on Fox Sports Superstation out of Omaha area. I believe he can be heard in the Des Moines area. On Wednesday he was talking for awhile about Jack Trice Stadium expansion. He said they ran out of money on original press box as it was smaller and had no air conditioning. He actually talks a lot about Iowa State and Big 12 in addition to Huskers.

    Travis Justice is back doing what he loves and doing what he does best. In addition to covering Husker football and Creighton basketball, he anchors sports on Action 3 News Live at 10pm. Travis also hosts his own radio show each weekday morning from 10am-Noon on Big Sports 590. According to some, "he&#39;s the hardest working man in Omaha&#33;" His opinions and sports reports can also be heard daily on Omaha&#39;s #1 radio morning show with Z-92&#39;s Todd and Tyler.As if that doesn&#39;t keep him busy enough, Travis hosts the only sports show in town where viewers have the opportunity to get involved. Sports Soundoff presented by Horshoe Casino is like no other sports show you&#39;ll see here in Omaha. "It&#39;s the only sports show that allows the viewers to get in the game," says Justice. You can catch the show Sunday nights at 10:30pm on your Action 3 News station.

    Travis grew up in Minden, Iowa, a small town about 30 miles from Omaha. He started in broadcasting at KNOD radio in Harlan, Iowa as a D.J. when he was 16, then started doing play by play sports. Since then, he has worked in Des Moines, IA, Wausau, WI and Omaha. He came to KM3 News in October of 2001.


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Bryceman &#064; 07&#045;07&#045;06 9&#58;02 am) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>



    If you are bored in the morning for good sports content as I am:



    Try listening to KXSP and Travis Justice of Big Sports 590 am fame from 9:00 to 11:00 on Fox Sports Superstation out of Omaha area. I believe he can be heard in the Des Moines area. On Wednesday he was talking for awhile about Jack Trice Stadium expansion. He said they ran out of money on original press box as it was smaller and had no air conditioning. He actually talks a lot about Iowa State and Big 12 in addition to Huskers.

    Travis Justice is back doing what he loves and doing what he does best. In addition to covering Husker football and Creighton basketball, he anchors sports on Action 3 News Live at 10pm. Travis also hosts his own radio show each weekday morning from 10am-Noon on Big Sports 590. According to some, "he&#39;s the hardest working man in Omaha&#33;" His opinions and sports reports can also be heard daily on Omaha&#39;s #1 radio morning show with Z-92&#39;s Todd and Tyler.As if that doesn&#39;t keep him busy enough, Travis hosts the only sports show in town where viewers have the opportunity to get involved. Sports Soundoff presented by Horshoe Casino is like no other sports show you&#39;ll see here in Omaha. "It&#39;s the only sports show that allows the viewers to get in the game," says Justice. You can catch the show Sunday nights at 10:30pm on your Action 3 News station.

    Travis grew up in Minden, Iowa, a small town about 30 miles from Omaha. He started in broadcasting at KNOD radio in Harlan, Iowa as a D.J. when he was 16, then started doing play by play sports. Since then, he has worked in Des Moines, IA, Wausau, WI and Omaha. He came to KM3 News in October of 2001.



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    I can&#39;t disagree with you dropping KXNO. I tried when I was bored to give Marty and Miller one more shot. First thing they were doing was talking about how much they hate the UFC. Fine, but what was horrible was one of the morons started in an all out yelling match with callers calling them trailer trash and saying they had a 4th grade education. It was Jerry Springer on your radio. I turned the channel over to FM to listen to anything else.


    ďAlso, I met a lot of Iowa State fans and I donít want to leave any of that behind.Ē - DARIUS DARKS on Staying a CLONE!!!


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    I was entertained by Deace when he was on KXNO even with the occasional Rove talking points, I could ignore it because his sports talk was entertaining.

    Now he&#39;s just a poor man&#39;s Rush Limbaugh. For all the virtue and morality he spits out, it sounds like he went to WHO first and foremost for the paycheck. What are his credentials for hosting the new show? Has he ever held elected office? Ever served in the military? Even even worked on a political campaign?



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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(bandit &#064; 07&#045;07&#045;06 2&#58;26 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> Now he&#39;s just a poor man&#39;s Rush Limbaugh. ... What are his credentials for hosting the new show?[/b][/quote] His credentials are pretty much the same as Limbaugh&#39;s when he got started: overweight, unemployable in a real job, and a big mouth.


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    <div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(cygoat &#064; 07&#045;07&#045;06 1&#58;48 pm) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'> His credentials are pretty much the same as Limbaugh&#39;s when he got started: overweight, unemployable in a real job, and a big mouth. [/b][/quote]



    That&#39;s pretty much all it takes to become a conservative mouthpiece in this country.



    I wonder when Steve&#39;ll start the pill-poppin&#39;...



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    Rush started out as a sports guy for Kansas City Royals.


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