When young Bobby was growing up during the depression, diving for golf balls, polishing candy and working the Ore Boats paid for trips to New Orleans, beer and cashews.  But at age 19, after several brushes with the law, it was time to get serious about what kind of a life to lead.

 

Bobby Dale never considered a career in radio.

His plan was to avoid work at all costs. Work interfered with social obligations. 

A tight knit group of friends, plenty of beer and a stack of jazz records made his life worth living. 

His friends recognized a marketable skill and a radio career was born.

 

It was the most fun Bobby ever had in his life...until it wasn’t.
Pull up a beer and listen as Bobby commits to his social obligations:


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