The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

08 March 2006

Mike Malloy, Kathy Malloy, Air America


Malloys Deviate From Air America's Corporate Talking Points

Considering Air America's highly factionalized corporate environment, typically at sixes and sevens, its on-air staffers have mostly done a good job keeping their collective mouths shut when it comes to the company's endless troubles.

Because there have been internal winners and losers, however, some are more likely inclined to speak out.

Fitting best into the latter category are evening Air America host Mike Malloy and wife/show producer Kathy.

With Mike generally stuck in late evenings, as well as quite rudely bumped from WLIB-AM New York earlier this year to make way for paid programming, he can't be a happy camper.

From Mike Malloy's message board, does that theory explain this revealing new post from Kathy? Take a look:

Posted: Tue Mar 07, 2006 10:25 pm Post subject: for the record . . .

Kathy Malloy here (using my own log in =)

Just FYI y'all, it's the honest-to-God truth that we were taken off WLIB for financial reasons. Our ARBITRONS were as good/better than every other WLIB program. There's much behind the scenes goings-on we're not able to discuss publically, but you should believe me on this.

And we should be on a NEW home in NYC next quarter (ALL of us =)

Thanks for listening,
Molly's Mom

Since we now have Kathy Malloy, an Air America employee, confirming that "ALL of us" are soon leaving WLIB, will the angry, unhinged fans kindly call off the attack dogs they've sent after every reporter who dared to further investigate our coverage?

Tuesday was an ugly day.

Remember, despite incorrect media indications to the contrary, Air America has never actually denied it's losing its New York City flagship station. However, this goes further, by providing outright verification to our reporting.

Even more important, Kathy admits the issue behind her husband's WLIB departure: company finances (and not a burning desire to run ABC's "Satellite Sisters" fluff-fest).

While that post is most certainly genuine, the Radio Equalizer has so far been unable to confirm this on-air comment (from the New York Radio Message Board) attributed to Mike (while filling in for Randi Rhodes):

****If Manelli has other sources, why didn't he name them in the article?*****

Because, it's an inside source who will be fired. As Mike Malloy said on Air America at 3:25 today, "there's someone on the inside here who keeps leaking out information and we will find the rat bastard and get him."

It's like asking why didn't Judith Miller, Matt Cooper, or Woodward and Bernstein name their sources.

Did Malloy really threaten our sources with harm? Can this be confirmed? Your help is needed.

Regardless of what you may believe, Mr. Malloy, we consider our inside assistance as whistleblowing against a sleazy outfit, one you refuse to speak out against.

When Air America took $875,000 in taxpayer funds from an inner-city children's charity, were you silent? Who are the real "rat bastards"?

If any harm comes to those you might suspect are "leaking out information", you'll be in for a world of trouble.

Let's hope this account is incorrect.

Update: another listener says this version is more accurate:

"There is a spy inside Air America Radio, that puts out all of our personal private information out on to the internet, and usually goes to this freak Brian somebody, who writes, uhh, I don't know, some kind of a column, uhh, I think he's a failed radio talk show host."

At about 8 minutes, 54 seconds, Malloy says:

"You know, every time Air America farts, these people get diarrhea, and it's just incredible to watch, I love to watch it."

At about 9 minutes, 25 seconds, Malloy says:

"It's difficult working for a company like Air America, where you have a little weasel inside, uhh, who picks out all the information, ohh this is what Danny Goldberg said, oh, this is what Carl Ginsberg said, oh this is what they did to Mike Malloy, you know, I mean, just, it's okay, go ahead, keep doing it. Eventually, we'll find this little rat bastard, and, and, probably, give him, or her, a medal, for promoting the radio station, or the network, as much as he, or she, does."

At about 12 minutes, 41 seconds, Malloy says this blatant lie:

"Air America Radio is slamming, slamming, Hannity, and Limbaugh, and Savage, and O'Reilly, and, and, of these right-wing, and, Medved, and, and, Reagan, all of these freaks, they're going down, down, down."

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Graphics: David A Lunde for the Radio Equalizer, Malloy photo: Washington Post


  • Brian, do you ever answer comments? Because I would love an answer to this: You realize you have no credibility, right? I mean, its more than obvious that you just have a grudge against AAR. You're not a serious journalist. All you do is bitch about them. At least O'Reilly and the rest of the Right Wing Propaganda Machine diversify.

    You keep hoping for AAR to fail, but what will you do if it does? Where will you go? What will you talk about.

    Anyway, keep it up. I get a kick out of these 'reports'.

    By Blogger Mr. Kite, at 08 March, 2006 01:52  

  • Also, The4thEstate, I'm still waiting for a response to this:

    By Blogger Mr. Kite, at 08 March, 2006 01:54  

  • Brian,

    Hope you don't mind me citing you over at Iowa Voice. You are the sunshine that AAR and its suck-ups fear like vampires fear the sun.

    By Blogger PCD, at 08 March, 2006 08:56  

  • No one on planet Earth fears Brian Maloney, fyi.

    By Blogger Mr. Kite, at 08 March, 2006 09:18  

  • Are Mr. Kite and Dicky Tuck lonely employees of AAR? They spend so much of their time here that I can not imagine anyone else but those that have so very little to do able to whine and carry on as often as these two do.

    Keep up the great work Brian - we are all (sorry Kite and Dicky... but believe it or not it is the two of you that are on the fringe....) behind you and Michelle on this.

    By Blogger wise_n_texas, at 08 March, 2006 09:28  

  • i'm big enough to admit it - i guess you were right maloney. as much as i hate to say it.

    but you guys can take down AAR if you want, it won't change the course of politics.

    polls all across the board (meaning from every polling source) show bush's approval rating hovering below 40%, cheney's is about 18%, support for the war is at an all time low, and polls show that people are dissatisfied with the direction of the republican congress.

    while you people have been busy trying to take down AAR, we've been busy taking back the country. i'd say you got the raw end of that deal. see ya in november!

    By Blogger hardcore conservative genious, at 08 March, 2006 09:28  

  • repost:

    strike 4,398 for Maloney. Congrats on your final attempt at credibility. When this story falls flat you shan't even get the Post to reprint your bull.

    Anyhoo, that's not why I am here.
    I noticed that you re-redid your bio and re-inserted your big mention in TIME Magazine. I thought I'd excerpt that story here, Senor Conspirator.

    Time Magazine July 7, 1997

    Mapped here under the big bold sky is America's Geography of Conspiracy....." The drive-time talk jock (out here it's always drive time) is the inflammatory Brian Maloney, who makes Rush Limbaugh sound like Alan Alda. Maloney tends to open his monologues with the question that prefaces most conspiracy rants: "Don't you find it interesting that...?" For Maloney, there seems to be no such thing as a meaningless coincidence. When a caller nominates Charlton Heston for Speaker of the House, it is not a joke."

    I'd like to see the faces of every reporter that quoted your unsourced info now.

    By Blogger samseder, at 08 March, 2006 10:44  

  • genius, is Bush running for reelection? From your post it sounds like it.

    And FYI, samseder, Mr. Kite and NipTuck are the one and only Brian. It is the way Brian uses to get us laughs everyday. There is no way anyone but Brian could make this stuff up.

    By Blogger tradersmith, at 08 March, 2006 10:49  

  • I wonder if everyone who gave via the Air America Associates will be allowed to claim a refund.

    By Blogger BF, at 08 March, 2006 10:50  

  • tradersmith, since you obviously know nothing about politics, let me explain. bush is the representative of the republican party. disapproval of him represents disapproval of the party. the majority of the people in this country no longer support him - which makes you the FRINGE!

    but, if you don't think that is a problem, the polls also show dissatisfaction with republican leadership in general, so either way, you lose.

    By Blogger hardcore conservative genious, at 08 March, 2006 11:05  

  • "see ya in november!"

    Heard that before in 2002 and 2004.

    And the democrats aren't doing significantly better in the polls. When voters get into a mood of "they're ALL bastards," the result is inertia - and all the republicans need to do is stay still to keep control.

    By Blogger Fatmouse, at 08 March, 2006 11:18  

  • i doubt that staying still will help anything. not to mention the fact that poll numbers were not this low in 2002 and 2004. numbers don't lie, and you can't spin them. anyone can go look at them for themselves, and the truth will speak.

    By Blogger hardcore conservative genious, at 08 March, 2006 11:57  

  • Brian, You're doing a great job- It's nice to be able to get some fresh perspective and critiques out in the ether...

    You've got some friends in the U.S. Merchant Marines!

    By Blogger paul the pirate (Yar!), at 08 March, 2006 12:58  

  • Brian, I'm an AM listener from Upstate NY, you're doing great. If Rush, Hannity, Savage, Stern or the other real radio pro's stole money from a children's charity we'd never hear the end of it. Now you've exposed AAR failing finances. Progressive radio has been gobbling up great stations, like AM 1520 in Buffalo, and turning them into AAR or other 'progressive' formats. I hate to think that great American stations are being trashed so that AAR can broadcast their election year talking points and then fade into obscurity. AM radio should be driven by on air talent and listeners, not by the DNC, george Soros, and the rest of the hate-america crowd.

    By Blogger Watts, at 08 March, 2006 13:19  

  • i'm sick of hearing you idiots say that liberals hate america. we're the ones out there trying to wake up the american public. we're the ones exposing the lies of this administration. YOU are the ones who are allowing bush and his neo-cons to destroy america. by doing this you are proving that YOU are the ones who hate america. if you didn't, you wouldn't let this administration destroy our democracy and curtail our freedoms.

    if anyone claims that liberals hate america then they are uneducated fools, and you need to be removed from this country so those of us who actually care about it can restore it to the great place that it used to be.

    By Blogger hardcore conservative genious, at 08 March, 2006 14:05  

  • From A conversation over at Daily KO's

    AA has gone out of many markets over its lifetime (none / 0)

    but what is even more troubling is that in the markets that it does remain, inclding NY, I beleive, AA is basically paying the station or broadcast company to be on and not the other way around. In a potentially very good election year for Democrats coming up, I don't think we want any detraction from foes who may see AA as an illegal political contribution(buying airtime), so good riddance, there are other liberal outlets on satellite radio and also some other liberal talkers coming online outside of AA.

    by brady4747 on Wed Mar 08, 2006 at 10:49:42 AM PDT

    By Blogger FYIFYI, at 08 March, 2006 14:05  

  • Note to "hardcore conservative genious": It's spelled "genius", genious. And advocating others to leavye "your" beloved country comes off as so . . . fascist, n'est pas? It's not that we "idiots say that liberals hate america." We just say that Liberals HATE, generally.

    Case in point: You.

    Note to Mr. Kite: (1) profanity (yes the B---h word is still profane, despite it's current acceptance in the popular lexicon) wins you no coinverts. Buy a vocabulary -- and a life (other than hovering over Bryan's boards) while you're at it.

    Note to BF: I wonder if ANYyone gave via the Air America Associates at all.

    Great Work as usual, Bryan. You're part of my morning news rotation with Drudge, my hometown paper, and coffee.


    By Blogger John D. Long, at 08 March, 2006 14:32  

  • In case you forgot, AAR is a business, like anything else. They may be liberal, but they're certainly not socialist. They're capitalists, just like you. Isn't that horrific?

    I thought you Righties love to talk about "the invisible hand of the marketplace." If AAR sucks so bad, it'll dry up and blow away. Maybe it'll shrink down to 30 stations. Maybe it'll go up to 200. Maybe they will run out of money. Let's see what happens.

    And secondarily, if they broke any laws, they'll get their due.

    My opinion is that it will become profitable and will continue for some time. But eventually it will either get bought or go under, like 99% of businesses ever started. It remains to be seen if that's in 1 year or 100 years.

    But continue posting your rants, they're very entertaining.

    By Blogger Scott, at 08 March, 2006 14:51  

  • "so those of us who actually care about it can restore it to the great place that it used to be."

    Out of curiosity, hardcore, when exactly was America a "great" place? Don't get me wrong, I think that America's great right now and always has been, but will always have room for improvement.

    But from your liberal perspective, when was it "better?" Back when slavery was legal? When abortions weren't? When gays stayed in the closet? When you actually *could* be arrested for just speaking out against the war? When people died at 40?

    By Blogger Fatmouse, at 08 March, 2006 15:10  

  • i'm big enough to admit it - i guess you were right maloney. as much as i hate to say it.

    Well its a small but not insignificant start. Maloney was only the messenger and the message was apparently true. So he has some credibility now?

    Ok then.

    And keep that supply of prozac handy, you are going to need it in early November.

    By Blogger Seriouslyunserious, at 08 March, 2006 15:11  

  • Mrs. Malloy attributes it to 'financial reasons'? Maybe they are finally getting it.

    Borrowing the tired rhetoric of Mike Malloy, aren't these hosts sick of the pressure of defending the 'Air America Crime Family'?

    By Blogger OttO, at 08 March, 2006 15:37  

  • j.d. long posted: Note to "hardcore conservative genious": It's spelled "genius", genious.

    I don't believe it! Another wingnut trips up over hardcore's joke in his name. That's three in two days! Do you hear that sound, moron. That's a simple piece of irony sailing way over your head. Thanks for demonstrating once again the stupidity of anyone who swallows Maloney's BS. And for the laugh.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 08 March, 2006 15:42  

  • JD,

    Too funny.

    "hardcore conservative genious" -is a name parody of right wingers who think they are so smart, but aren't. Duh.

    And it is "BRIAN", not BRYAN, Genius.

    Was your post supposed to be a joke?

    By Blogger Robert, at 08 March, 2006 15:45  

  • Scott wrote: "In case you forgot, AAR is a business, like anything else. They may be liberal, but they're certainly not socialist. They're capitalists, just like you. Isn't that horrific?"


    Capitalism involves competition. When ratings go down and ad revenues go down and finances are suffering, salaries don't go up and operations aren't expanded in a competitive capitalistic venture. They are completely socialistic in nature when they have to rely on sugar daddies to not only keep them afloat, but to maintain some bloated and forced financial standards. It's no different than shoveling money into some failed and expensive public education, not because they deserve it, but because they can't make it work any other way. It's pretty clear that if they were capitalistic in nature, they would have caved in long ago.

    By Blogger OttO, at 08 March, 2006 15:45  

  • Al Franken addressed Bill O'Reilly's talking points memo yesterday and said that Air America doesn't owe WLIB a dime.

    It seems like the word for the day is truthiness, the Stephen Colbert coined word which describes Brian's writing.

    By Blogger pbrauer, at 08 March, 2006 16:03  

  • Spare me the lectures on capitalism - most new ventures lose money in the first couple of years. Very few new business are profitable right away. In addition, privately held businesses don't have to tell anyone other than their owners and the IRS their profitability or lack there of. It has been reported that the Moonie owned Washington Times loses 30 to 100 MILLION dollars a year and don't hear any wingers whining about that.

    By Blogger Robert, at 08 March, 2006 16:14  

  • that's why liberals are awesome - before i even have a chance to come back and defend myself, my fellow liberals have already done it. and in case you doubt my spelling abilities, go back through every post i've ever made and find 1 word that i didn't spell correctly.

    and as for the jackass who was asking when america was better - it was better when the government wasn't secretly spying on citizens. when people didn't constantly live in fear. when the president didn't feel the need to constantly lie to the american people. when people weren't ostricized because of their beliefs or lifestyle or race. when the country wasn't so divided. you figure it out, genius.

    By Blogger hardcore conservative genious, at 08 March, 2006 16:27  

  • so, apparentty maloney got one right. well i'll be damned. it looks like the past two years of hiding out in the vents at the AAR studios has finally paid off! now maybe he'll be able to put some food on the table!

    By Blogger liberal outlaw, at 08 March, 2006 16:28  

  • phil, if you have read any of the genius's writings, you would know he didn't misspell it on purpose. He is anything but a genius.

    You guys are hilarious. It brightens my day.

    The problem with AAR is it is a political vehicle by Soros to put sane humans in a bad light. Not you phil or genius, but "sane" humans.

    By Blogger tradersmith, at 08 March, 2006 16:32  

  • Murdoch's wingnut rag, the New York Post loses up to $30M a year.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 08 March, 2006 16:36  

  • "it was better when the government wasn't secretly spying on citizens."

    When was that again? Did the FBI come into existence yesterday? Did the govt not go through people's mail during two world wars and a civil one?

    "when people didn't constantly live in fear. "

    When was that again? Oh, you mean when we weren't terrified of the Arabs. Or the Krauts. Or the Japs, Huns, Dread Spaniards, Commies, Hippies, Redskins, Northern Aggressors or whatever group was always _mere moments_ away from destroying the country.

    "when people weren't ostricized because of their beliefs or lifestyle or race."

    When was th-HAHAHAHA! Oh my god, when was THAT? Are you living in a happy gumdrop fantasy land? :D

    "when the country wasn't so divided."

    When was that again? Oh, right, WW2. True.

    "you figure it out, genius."

    Why? I have a "genious" right here, I might as well ask him. So tell me, liberal, when was America better?

    By Blogger Fatmouse, at 08 March, 2006 17:05  

  • give it up, trader... you're punting when the game was won a month ago.

    hardcore has been posting here for months. You are just another in a long line of moron wingnuts to miss the joke in his deliberately misspelt name. He doesn't change it because he knows that every now and then a new bunch of wingnut imbeciles like you are going come along and demonstrate their stupidity.

    You're not only a moron, you're also a hypocrite. If you are so concerned with "political vehicles" then why don't you mention Fox News, the NY Post, in fact anything owned by Rupert Murdoch, the Moonie Times, the Weekly Standard, anything bank-rolled by Richard Mellon Scaife, ...?

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 08 March, 2006 17:07  

  • I swear, I don't personally like Brian Maloney, but watching the knuckledragging moron left wing Air Idiot defenders he manages to drag out from their undereducated Mommy's basement and attempt to make coherent arguments is COMEDY GOLD.

    By Blogger TC, at 08 March, 2006 17:20  

  • "...go back through every post i've ever made and find 1 word that i didn't spell correctly."

    Other than the word "I"? Well in that post you wrote:

    "...when people weren't ostricized because of their beliefs..."

    It's "ostracized".

    By Blogger Pat, at 08 March, 2006 17:57  

  • Wow, all you "intelligent" AAR lovers can come up with is "Brian Maloney has no credibility."

    Too bad Air America has no real radio talent except for Randi Rhodes, and even she's intolerable. That is why their ratings suck and why they would've never lasted if they didn't have some rich fat cat to back them up. For crying out loud, their programming is so horrible, they have to PAY radio stations to carry their programming!

    Brian might have a grudge against AAR, but it's only for their ineptitude and outrageous business practices. Al Franken gets millions for doing his show, and he has NO radio experience whatsoever. Nice work if you can get it.

    By Blogger radioman, at 08 March, 2006 18:00  

  • If I'm not mistaken, doesn't Fox or Westwood One pay WOR to air Bill O'Reilly's program?

    This whole discussion is a bit silly. If I'm not mistaken, The Washington Times, which has been around since 1982, has never made money. And it's owned by Rev. Moon for crying out loud! The NYPost also bleeds red ink. Yet, do you see anyone going crazy about their financial structure or ownership? No. And guess why?

    They're PRIVATELY OWNED BUSINESSES. They can do whatever they want. Same with Air America and the company that owns WLIB.

    By Blogger Martimac, at 08 March, 2006 18:32  

  • FILL, I just love it when you talk dirty.

    Fox is right wing? Please, other than Reilly, Hannity is balanced by Combs, so the news is centered. BTW, I rarely do Reilly; probably as much as I do AAR, which is when I am really hurting so something different on the radio.

    FILL, you and the genius are so out of there you have come back to the other side- the Buchannan wing of the Perot party.

    Think for a bit. If Fox is centered and you think it is right-wing, think about where you line up (or out such as the twilight zone).

    BTW, I am not new here. I have had the site bookmarked for several months now and have visited it daily.

    By Blogger tradersmith, at 08 March, 2006 19:38  

  • trader, you really should stop. You just continue to betray your ignorance and stupidity. Only a total redneck wingnut would even suggest Fox is "centered". You probably actually believe that Fox is "fair and balanced". And that the Falafel Factor is a "no spin zone". I almost feel sorry for you.

    Let's take Brit Hume the managing editor of Fox News in DC as an example of how "centered" Fox is:

    In March 2003, Brit Hume - alongside Tom Delay, Rick Santorum, and other GOP big-shots - helped to raise money for one of Jack Abramoff's phoney charities - the Capital Athletic Foundation. This charity spent 1% of the funds it raised on charitable causes. However, it did spend $120K on a golf trip to St Andrews, Scotland for Abramoff, Robert Ney, Ralph Reed, Tom Delay, Grover Norquist, and David Safavian - all GOP regulars. Safavian is currently under indictment for making false statements and obstruction of justice during an investigation into his dealings with Abramoff while Safavian was Chief of Staff of the General Administration Office (GAO).

    Go get some education.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 08 March, 2006 20:09  

  • tc lynch spluttered:I swear, I don't personally like Brian Maloney, but watching the knuckledragging moron left wing Air Idiot defenders he manages to drag out from their undereducated Mommy's basement and attempt to make coherent arguments is COMEDY GOLD.

    tc, projecting your own dismal shortcomings on others may temporarily make you feel a little better about yourself but it isn't going to cure your pathological ignorance. At least you've finally come to the obvious conclusion that Maloney is nothing but a twisted, bitter moron. Good for you.

    By Blogger HeadHunter, at 08 March, 2006 20:27  

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    By Blogger frankenlies, at 08 March, 2006 20:29  

  • philm: "In March 2003, Brit Hume - alongside Tom Delay, Rick Santorum, and other GOP big-shots - helped to raise money for one of Jack Abramoff's phoney (sic) charities - the Capital Athletic Foundation ..."

    And your source for this is ... ? I Googled this and found nothing reputable tying Brit Hume to actually appearing at any March 2003 Abramoff fundraiser. I may have missed it, so please supply a source. Thank you.

    By Blogger frankenlies, at 08 March, 2006 20:31  

  • No fair asking lefties for facts. they swore off them awhile back. Olestra ?Democrats. Totally fact free. Much easier trying to keep all your conspiracy theories straight if you dont get bogged down by small and inconvenient things, like facts.

    By Blogger Seriouslyunserious, at 08 March, 2006 23:18  

  • Maybe Hume was on a TV in the building where they held the fundraiser.

    By Blogger SCSIwuzzy, at 08 March, 2006 23:51  

  • F'n Lies,

    Looks like you need some Google Training.

    March 05, 2003

    Celebs team to play spy for a capital good cause [Abramoff's Charity]

    "Fox News Channel's Tony Snow is master of ceremonies, and Fox's Brit Hume and MSNBC's Chris Matthews are aboard. Opera great Placido Domingo is an event committee member. But, this being Washington, the event will be mostly populated by powerful lawmakers, including Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas; Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa.; and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif."

    By Blogger Robert, at 09 March, 2006 01:48  

  • Living here as I am in the Most Powerful City in the World, I can't hear Air America. I suppose they are still on, but their signal doesn't go anywhere. Across the Potomac in NoVA (the land of Jim Moran) they can't hear it either.

    In the Chicago area they broadcast from Crystal Lake. I'm not sure the city of Chicago could get the signal.

    In New York, what kind of coverage does mighty WLIB even have?

    They could always go with Ham relay stations...

    By Blogger eLarson, at 09 March, 2006 09:35  

  • eLarson

    WLIB has a clear strong signal. But what the fuss is about, and there is a lot of dust being kicked up by the liberal posters here,is that the lease on the station is up April 1. If they lose the lease which is rumored to be in the works and confirmed by an email of an insider, they will likely be on a smaller station which probably does not reach the entire area, like DC and Chicago.

    Hate to go philosophical but if a tree falls and no one hears it how is it any different than Randi Rhodes? Compare and contrast.

    By Blogger Seriouslyunserious, at 09 March, 2006 09:56  

  • Hey Genius, I stand by my comment that modern liberals are part of the hate America crowd. The real people driving the Dubai Port discussion is conservative talkers, like Savage. Most of the time Liberals and Dem's sound like defense lawyers for Al-queda. Liberals and dem's cry more over the treatment of blood thirsty terrorists at Guantanamo than they do over the innocent people being killed in Israel and Iraq or those even injured at Chapel Hill NC campus. Face it, AAR is a stinker, and a complete waste of Wattage. The AAR on air personalities, and you, should join the Al-queda defense fund. Forget that, might as well donate to AAR itself, it's the same thing.......50,000 watts

    By Blogger Watts, at 09 March, 2006 14:59  

  • FYI: Used to work with Mike. He is a scum bucket, who, as soon as the mic is off, rambles on about con-trails and aliens visiting this planet. He is off his rocker, completely paranoid and a waste of space.

    His older children are delinquents who can not seem to graduate high school, no less college. His new wife... she was cheating on him behind his back in 2003... I guess she secretly finds him to be as neurotically annoying as the rest of us.

    All of us here at the station are GLAD TO BE RID OF HIM. Did I mention, while he tries to cover it up, he has been FIRED from every station he has worked at, accused of lying, staling, sexual harassment and violence in the workplace.

    By Blogger annon, at 22 July, 2006 22:46  

    23 are on this site

    By Blogger marvin brown, at 21 January, 2009 21:59  

  • You might want to listen to Kathy Malloy calling me threatening and then Mike Malloy filing a report with Atlanta FBI claiming I made threatening harassing calls to him and his family.

    These two people are certifiable and it was Mr. Malloy who sent me vulgar emails and Kathy Malloy who called me at 3:23 PM 10-27-09 from 404-441-6453 telling me "do not call my cell phone. blah blah blah..."

    By Blogger Larry Sinclair, at 28 October, 2009 17:36  

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