Thursday, February 16, 2006

Barry and Me

Heads-up: Gonna be on the Barry Epstein Show this morning at 10 a.m. Or at least that's the plan. The bloggy beast is making it impossible to get to the studio in Boca at that time, so I hope good ol' Barry is amenable to a phone interview. Epstein's show is on WWNN 1470 AM not long after conservative sparring partner Steve Kane. But Barry, an always working political consultant who has a political gossip column in the Boca News, isn't interested in a fight -- he just likes to tackle issues. We'll rap about politics, the Pulp, and, alas, most likely Buddy's conversion as well.

(As an aside, I'm digging the snowboard cross in the Olympics. The purist in me has pretty much resisted the X Games influence on the winter games but this is just flat-out racing. No judges, no cute loop-de-loops, just guys flying down the hill crashing all over the place. What's not to like? Seth Westcott's pass to win the Gold was sweet).

8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, Barry Epstein follows Bill Lewis and the Credit Restoration Consultants hour on 1470 WWNN. Steve Kane is on the air weekdays from 6:00 to 9:00 a.m. immediately followed by Bill Lewis. Barry has a thirty minute show one time per week on Friday's at 10:00 a.m. If you are going to report news, please be sure the news is correct. WWNN 1470 AM is a great station to listen to if you are seeking information on business, finances, or even the politcal scene...

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Karen Michaels said...

I have listened to Barry's show. It really sucks! What a worthless self promoter he is. If you were to check out Epstein's website one would agree that he is an ass-kissing liberal who never misses a photo opportunity.

4:29 AM  
Anonymous Steven Gross said...

The Credit Restoration Consultants hour has become a daily staple in my life. I have listened to Steve Kane for about ten years now. Before Bill Lewis came on the air, Steve had his show until 10:00 a.m. Now that Steve is approaching retirement, Bill Lewis expanded his show to include daily updates on the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Fair Credit Billing Act, and the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act at 9:00 a.m.. The Credit Restoration Consultants Hour now includes a regular list of guests such as Glen Levine from the Law Offices of Andijar and Levine as well as Drew Pickard from Janney Montgomery Scott. Bill Lewis has taken a very important - but boring - topic to the next level. I fully recommend tuning into the Credit Restoration Consultants hour weekdays at 9:00 a.m. and Saturday's at 8:00 a.m. on WWNN 1470 AM. You will really be amazed at how smart Bill Lewis is whe it comes to almost any credit related topic.

3:33 AM  
Anonymous Kelly Edwards said...

For those of you who missed the Steve Kane show on July 4th, I was surprised to hear Bill Lewis behind the microphone. Although not quite Steve Kane in nature, Bill did a pretty good job holding his own against callers like Todd, Kevin, and Doris. Too bad Bill's show is strictly about credit restoration. He could probably replace Steve with a little practice and patience. I wonder what the future will hold for Bill Lewis on 1470 WWNN.

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill does not practice what he preaches. Bill Lewis advises callers to the Credit Restoration Consultants hour to practice their own occupation to the best of their ability and leave other fields of work to those who practice them. Bill is a credit repair expert first and a talk-show host second. He could never replace Steve Kane.

4:33 AM  
Anonymous Heather Thompson said...

I thought Bill Lewis hosted the Credit Restoration Consultants hour. When I tuned in on Wednesday, he was talking about the "Crisis in the Insurance Industry" and had calls from Charlie Crist, Rod Smith, Alex Sink and Daniel Stermer. Although these politicians all had great ideas on the subject, I was expecting credit related topics. When I tuned in on Thursday, I was treated to judicial candidates Ken Padowitz and Charlie Kaplan about whose resume was better than the next. The name of the show should be changed to the Bill Lewis Show because Bill is straying from his topic of choice.

8:36 AM  
Anonymous Kevin said...

Someone really needs to change the name of Bill Lewis' show. Over the last couple of weeks I have heard nothing but would-be politicians attempting to gain office. I am surprised though that Bill was able to secure appearances from all four candidates for governor as well as several of the CFO candidates. As for the local races, it seems that with seven seats open for county or circuit court that most of the 23 candidates running have appeared on the show. Interesting show. Nevertheless, it still needs a new name as the Credit Restoration Consultants hour is long gone.

12:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steve Kane and Brian Craig have bragged about having former New York Mayor Rudy Guiliani on the Steve Kane Show on primary day here in Florida. What they failed to mention was that the interview was a four minute tape done prior to the show. The interview was not live! Kudos to the show host after Steve and Brian. Bill Lewis secured Rudy Giuliani for a live twenty minute interview following the Steve Kane Show on the subject of illegal immigration as it relates to identity theft. What better subject for Bill to discuss on the Credit Restoration Consultants Hour but identity theft and illegal immigration? How on earth Bill Lewis secured former New York Mayor and presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani on election day is unknown to me.

4:04 AM  

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