How the Dolphins are tanking, in 3 steps

No! I was ashamed to be SEEN with you. I like being with you. That’s what it said on ‘Ask Jeeves. ‘ But I bought a yearbook ad from you, doesn’t that mean anything anymore? I’ve opened a door here that I regret.

Really? Did nothing cancel?

It’s called ‘taking advantage.’ It’s what gets you ahead in life. Well, what do you expect, mother? As you may or may not know, Lindsay and I have hit a bit of a rough patch. Marry me. I care deeply for nature.

  1. Now, when you do this without getting punched in the chest, you’ll have more fun.
  2. Not tricks, Michael, illusions.
  3. Oh, you’re gonna be in a coma, all right.

That’s what it said on ‘Ask Jeeves.’

Say goodbye to these, because it’s the last time! He’ll want to use your yacht, and I don’t want this thing smelling like fish. No… but I’d like to be asked! That’s why you always leave a note!

  • Guy’s a pro.
  • No, I did not kill Kitty. However, I am going to oblige and answer the nice officer’s questions because I am an honest man with no secrets to hide.
  • I care deeply for nature.

Jim Sherwood serves as chief creative, brand strategist, lead developer, meticulous project manager, and station collaborator for all Skyrocket Radio sites and projects.

Jim got his start in radio at WLSM in the small town of Louisville, MS in 1988. Since then he has worked on-air in all day parts and has held nearly every other station position at one time or another. Jim has worked for radio stations in several states and for iHeartMedia (Clear Channel Radio), CBS Radio, Cumulus Broadcasting and a few small locally-owned stations. He even hosted a morning show on an aircraft carrier for two years while in the Navy. Jim has a passion for radio history, music, gadgets and all kinds of geeky web stuff.

After 14 years at Clear Channel Radio, Jim left the industry in 2013 to devote full-time attention to his company, Mediagin Creative, a small freelance creative agency that develops WordPress websites as well as produces commercials for radio and TV. After being asked by the Mississippi Association of Broadcasters to speak to a panel of small market station owners about the need for better websites, it became apparent that an easy to use and low-cost solution was needed to assist smaller markets in competing for online ad dollars. Skyrocket Radio was born.

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