That's just for the music stations. The talk channels all have commercials unfortunately. At least the commercial breaks on the Mad Dog channel are really short, however (unlike ESPN, which has insanely long and numerous breaks).I was kinda shocked that there are commercials on Sat radio. I thought the whole point was you paid to skip the ads. What a rip off.... Joe Torre on now.
He was also probably up all night savoring it.I think in this case, he was more relieved than anything. A feeling along the lines of "FUCKING FINALLY, now I can breathe and actually enjoy baseball/myself/my life". I know I was after 2004. I was no where near as charged up as Mad Dog was after the Sox beat the Yanks. I was just serene and chill, and couldn't believe the relief I felt. I was on a high all through the World Series, and after the Sox won, although I was super-happy, I was just like Dog...FINALLY.
In the case of the 2004 Sox, I think Dog was so fired up for a few reasons:
1. He possibly hates the Yankees more than any other team
2. He got to rub it in Mike's fat face
3. He got to rub it in the faces of every Yankee fan
4. Working in NY, it was extra-special as he was surrounded by nothing but Yankee crap
He was also killing Cap'n Jetes for not coming on earlier this week. Wish I coulda caught the Theo interview.you know Dog is loving it today. he made a huge stink when Girardi this week failed to appear on Mad dog Live after supposedly telling him he would. Girardi's agent wanted to get paid for the appearance and blamed negotiations with XMSirius to appear on another show regularly for $$ would conflict with the appearance on Dog's show. Dog was blasting the agent and Girardi. Classic stuff.
Russo has bashed crunch-time Peyton since back when he was at Tennessee. It's one of his favorite recurring trash talk topics.Mad Dog has been on for about 45 minutes and it's Manning bashing full time. Yeah the defense was lousy but its Mannings fault. He's an all time great but he's not an immortal. And he's annoyed because he bet the Broncos