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Thread: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

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    ericdxx
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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    Chunky is the WORST jock I have ever heard in the country
    definitely.

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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    After watching what's been posted on Now's facebook page on the past, etc. I have to say that pic looks cooked up by a disgruntled K-Rock pre-teen. It's on par with all the other comments that's been going Now's way from 14 y/o boys who think Opie & Anthony are the best thing since Playstation came out. A still pic can be twisted in so many ways, but a video is much tougher to pull off. If something like that was produced for us to see, you might get me second guessing.


    Chunkie says some pretty messed up things, but I'd put my car on the line that he didn't do it.

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    DesiArnez6
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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    The irony here, is the people accusing chunky of "probably sending a text like that", miss the point , this "14 year old" admits in their own posts, on their own site, that THEY came up with that "insulting post first" and that it was returned word for word back to the "14 year old." Based on the 14 year olds own statements we can only conclude that the "14 year old" is the one that talks like that.

    Please people, that post stuff like, "well 92.3 probably posted because they got a nasty text first", please, please, read this persons comments page, it says that it was the "14 year old's" own text message that was "so rudely texted back" in its "exact" form. So no matter how mature or not Chunky may be, or if he was even there at that time, the "14 year old" already admitted complete ownership of those words on the youtube page.

    And how many 14 year olds.... that talk with that sort of language, pay so much attention, that they watch all those media outlets, and Fox News, and even try to get Perez Hilton. This really sounds like attention getting setup, but Im amazed at the people commenting that obviosly didnt read any of the this "14 year old's" comments on the page; that just throw baseless judgments out there. Reading is always the key, and usually leads you to the answer.

    (Perhaps I'm overly sensitive, I was a Journalism major, so i just take details very very seriously)

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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    Regards, if that was NOW that replied back with that comment, they fell in the trap. I know this is something Chuncky will do, but who's to say if it wasn't one of the interns or the street team that did the reply? Or say if this "14 year old" works or is affiliated with Z100 and is "geting back" at the promos NOW plays about Z. Yes, fans will say whatever and they are gonns say it however they are going to, but it's up to the other side to settle this like an adult. Bad move from NOW, it could've been handled in a different way. Nowadays, you gotta be careful what to say to who, where, and when.
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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    I call bullcrap. Chunky's show may not be my style of radio....but I definitely know he (or "Guy on the Couch", who is in charge of taking calls and checking out the texts) wouldn't waste time responding that way.

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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    Quote Originally Posted by StephanieNYC
    I call bullcrap. Chunky's show may not be my style of radio....but I definitely know he (or "Guy on the Couch", who is in charge of taking calls and checking out the texts) wouldn't waste time responding that way.
    you're right Chunky would just say crap like that on air

  7. #17

    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    Chunky is not the only person who is the worse...Lil Cee and his attitude is just as bad.

    If any DJ can battle both parties and defeat them, we can celebrate with drinks on the house

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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    I did see the video response on this and that was totally unprofessional.

    Granted, if an answer came off as "We're sorry you don't like our station but we are trying to do the best we can to entertain everyone", then even though it may sound like BS, at least that would be much more appropriate than what this person was texted.

    No class on NOW's part.
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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    I wonder if NOW and its staff have the brains to do a press conference and make a public apology for their error?

    If that's not going to happen, then the audience was right....NOW is the worse station in New York City...period.

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    Re: 92.3 NOW: Is this for real?

    Quote Originally Posted by DesiArnez6
    The irony here, is the people accusing chunky of "probably sending a text like that", miss the point , this "14 year old" admits in their own posts, on their own site, that THEY came up with that "insulting post first" and that it was returned word for word back to the "14 year old." Based on the 14 year olds own statements we can only conclude that  the "14 year old" is the one that talks like that.

    Please people, that post stuff like, "well 92.3 probably posted because they got a nasty text first", please, please, read this persons comments page, it says that it was the "14 year old's" own text message that was "so rudely texted back" in its "exact" form. So no matter how mature or not Chunky may be, or if he was even there at that time, the "14 year old" already admitted complete ownership of those words on the youtube page.

    And how many 14 year olds.... that talk with that sort of language, pay so much attention, that they watch all those media outlets, and Fox News, and even try to get Perez Hilton. This really sounds like attention getting setup, but Im amazed at the people commenting that obviosly didnt read any of the this "14 year old's" comments on the page; that just throw baseless judgments out there. Reading is always the key, and usually leads you to the answer.

    (Perhaps I'm overly sensitive, I was a Journalism major, so i just take details very very seriously)
    And only if more people could think like DesiArnez6 - A Journalism major, too! - when it comes specifically to that last sentence within the third paragraph. That last sentence in this entire post is the highlight of this topic for me. This right here is the EXACT SAME REASON why I always post or say everything I have to say in full, precise detail! Also note that this guy isn't 14 and you can check thoroughly and see that no where on his YouTube profile did he say he was 14 years old, but I'm sure there will be people reading and saying "OMG a 14 year old???!!!". It's misinformation similar to this that can take a potential problem and turn it into a much bigger problem or misunderstanding than it already is. The moment any part of the story gets twisted or becomes inaccurate, the other party can rightfully stand up and say "that's not true" or "that's not how it happened.." etc, or even more, the rumors begin to stem from what is already inaccurate info leaving people with the wrong idea. The owner of the YouTube page himself did not write or explain in clear detail to begin with. ...and remember, everything I've said so far refers specifically to that one last sentence in the third paragraph.

    Now, as far as the station, I have no solid proof that anyone who is or was physically employed at the station had text anything. However, if anyone there did behave in such a manner, then that was very foolish of them to do so and they probably need some retraining or some other line of work where they are much more capable of handing all situations that may arise in a more professional matter. Anyone responding to a customer should not do so in that type of manner, despite the fact that the other party was the one who started it and it is very simple to understand that if you don't like something that's of no cost to you, then you can just move on to something else you do like or find whatever pleases you. Having opinions about something are good, but there is a limit to where the opinion you're delivering crosses the borderline between constructive and just being plain dumb and ignorant, and saying that "everybody else is probably/surely doing it" doesn't justify anything.

    They both pretty much asked for what they got with the way they handled the situation, and if everything did happen as stated and it were completely up to me, they, in addition to whoever is in charge of hiring/monitoring the on-air staff, would all get equal treatment and ridicule if I was the one covering this story. Now lets say the boy was 14. Well, it would be everyone INCLUDING THE PARENTS and who ever was responsible for hiring the on-air personality that would get no sympathy from me. Whether or not any of them choose to listen or accept the responsibility of their stupid behavior is up to them. Case closed.


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