An honest question to those of you in the radio business... how does someone get a 3 hour talk show on a 50K watt radio station when they can't string a sentence together without "uh" "uh "uh"?
Do they listen to themselves at all? Maybe this only matters to me? Does it annoy anyone else?
They get paid to talk. Speaking without stuttering is not all that difficult. I do it every day, albeit to a much smaller audience.
Is the ability to speak without "uh"-ing a desirable skill in radio?
What about "and and and and" of Lance? Sounds like he's getting wound up or something. He's very annoying, too. Don't listen to him, either.