I usually get out of work at 3:30 in the afternoon, so first thing I tune into on my car radio is WTAM to listen to what Triv has to say. I didn't have to listen long until I hooked up my mp3 player for a class at my local Automobile University. Weather wasn't bad, traffic moved smoothly, so I had no need to listen, especially after he told this physical fitness expert to kiss his (rear).
As far as I was concerned the man made a valid point. People in this country are overweight and out of shape. I have diabetes and high blood pressure. It probably is hereditary, but I probably could have delayed it for a few years if I'd taken better care of myself.
Triv grew up believing "it is what it is." I have come to believe that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit. After I come to know Christ as my savior, I had a pack and a half a day habit. I had some holier than thou people telling me that I was defiling my temple. Of course these folks were eating junk food. So what's worse? Neither as they are both bad for you. Overeating defiles the temple as much as smoking.
The potty mouthed people cry about their first amendment rights being taken away when they can't spew forth their foul language and who does that benefit? No one. A physical fitness expert calls Mike Trivisonno to tell him people should try to eat better and exercise more, and he's told not to call the show again and he shouldn't even listen.
Now the FCC has laws against, and levies fines on broadcast facilities that let their "talent" use words pertaining to bodily functions and sex acts. Racial slurs aren't tolerated by the community. But they can take the Lord's name in vain whenever they want. I lost count of how many times that Triv used the phrase "my god in heaven" during his monologue after he was rude to that particular caller. And I hope Triv knows that the same God he blasphemes will be the same God that judges him.
Pardon me while I download some GOOD listening material on my mp3.