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Marc James' last day at Wfnz today!

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Show has sucked big time since Zarzour left.  I stopped listening.  I'm glad to hear he is gone.

 

Maybe I will listen again.

 

 

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What? Oh wow. Who is taking over in the interim?

Panthro will be filling the drive time slot with a show debating the nations greatest pancake houses. First show is going to explore if its ok to put syrup on eggs. I say yes.

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Get ready for carolinahuddle radio from 3-7.

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He's taking the PM gig for CBS Sports Radio in Atlanta

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Imagine if James was actually someone of relevance.

Holy ego.

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Get ready for carolinahuddle radio from 3-7.

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a.k.a Dead Air and Fart Noises

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Bill Voth and Jonathan Jones are the only two people who I can confirm are interested in being replacements.

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Marc with a "c ya later, moron" James

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New VOICE OF THE PANTHERS is what I hear.

 

joking

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