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I NEVER WANTED TO HAVE A REAL JOB

I didn't even dream of having a career in radio. What I really wanted was free concert tickets.

I was taught from the start: you've gotta go to work. I started working when I was 16, and I love to work. I don't know if I'd want just one job, even if it paid an astronomical amount of money, I could probably live with one job. But I'd be doing other things as well, somehow, someway because you have to go to work. 

One of my first jobs was working at a graveyard doing telemarketing. I was selling burial plots, buy-one-get-one-free. It was creepy as fuck. That's really dark, but a great deal. After a few other odds and ends jobs, I went to radio school, and that's how I've paid my bills since 1992.

Radio was different then, and in many ways, I was there for the last days of rocking in the free world. I have LOTS of memories to share through storytelling.

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I HAVE DWARFISM

I literally have a different perspective than most. Dwarfism is a genetic mutation that runs in my family, including for me, my sisters, my mother and her mother as well. I like to say sometimes that I'm a mutant. People go "Oh, no, you're not," but I actually am. It's a genetic mutation called Pseudoachondroplasia, which affects about 1 in 50,000-100,000 people.

It's one of the first things that strangers notice, but it's just not a big deal to me. It's just something that makes me uniquely me, and a lot different from your average person. I guess I'm not average, which I'm glad for because I like to be different. Or I like that I'm different. 

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BELIEVE WHAT YOU WANT. JUST BE NICE.

My life has been a wild ride, and I can appreciate everything that brought me joy or taught me lessons. Along the way, I've learned a lot about myself, embraced sobriety, adopted a plant-based lifestyle, and try not to swear around a hot mic.

I have dabbled in almost every major religious tradition, taking the best from nature-based, eastern, western and humanistic traditions. I have found, all along that way, that the common thread, the common message is just to be nice. Whatever, symbols, rituals, dress, scripture, or whatever appeals to you, knock yourself out with it, but the message is to help people, feed people and don't be an asshole. I mean, could it be that simple? I think so.

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