Tuesday, February 9, 2016
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at the Value of the Weather to whether Or Not the Compass Pts. to Blank kit or Bravo??,
these Vote ding Dong Kong Godzilla Fines of Frack King on the Peoples Staple Brand noun??,
it is IM polite to Sphere the question as the Fact of Ford was to Car dure on the Pronunciation??,
as the Train kneeing is On the National News Media liter Boards chain Kneeing the Shores,
why is the Lead dure Ship on Owe wing to gather the Pick ups to a Racers mile Lee??
To Hold a Vote is a Strong per For Mints,
it is Cast sting the Final word on What is the Actual Number on the Count of Dun??
Who is the Manner at Watts cast Toll??,
is the Moat a sump to Pump a Draw bridge on the Flood of dry Goods??,
is the bread and Circus so Need dull Point ED that Pad dull lean Muster is Horn Knee Toads trots??.
Well the Deep is Bet on the Gambling sprite,
fuzzy was he had a bare and fuzzy was he had no Hare??
I know that the Cadence of Consistent is shown Monday thru Friday on 910 Talk Radio,
it just happens to be the door of and on this Top pick coal sigh,
because its all about the *Weather!! and how to know how to be of invitation to the fraction on the roads,
more importantly this particular precious guise is of enthusiastic and information ole,
the Best of Shown is the Know^Wing without the String to strangle a Count.
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Lloyd Lindsay Young (born September 4, 1941) is an American weather reporter who gained notoriety for his over-the-top delivery and antics. He is the father of formerKGET-TV weatherman George Lindsay Young, with whom he worked for several years in New York.
Lloyd grew up in Hollywood, California and has been in the TV/Radio broadcasting business since 1962; starting at Bakersfield, California radio station KWAK AM 970 in 1962.He spent 3 years at WFIE Channel 14 Evansville, Indiana, leaving in late 1980. He spent time at KGO-TV in San Francisco from 1981-1983. He also spent 12 years at WWOR-TV, channel 9 in Secaucus, New Jersey, through October 1, 1995. In his ascendancy, he was seen on KIFI-TV, Idaho Falls, and heard on KNAK, Salt Lake City.
His trademark intro is "Hellooooo (insert city name)". He is also known for his outrageous weather pointers which are sent in by viewers. His wild weather routine has earned him guest spots on Geraldo and The Howard Stern Show. In a February 28th 2007 interview on Stern's Sirius Satellite radio show, Stern called Young "The world's most successful slow adult."
On September 16, 2008, Young was terminated from his job at KERO in Bakersfield, California. He was replaced by former KERO weatherman Rusty Shoop.
Young had cameo appearances in the films Working Girl and Age Isn't Everything. Young also introduced George Carlin in his stand-up special What Am I Doing In New Jersey?
It is Young who says "it's a trip, it's got a funky beat, and I can bug out to it" in the Beastie Boys song "B-Boy Bouillabaisse" (in the "Mike on the Mic" segment) from the 1989 album Paul's Boutique. According to author Dan LeRoy in his book on Paul's Boutique, the group commissioned Young to appear on the album when they became a fan of his work on WWOR. The introduction to their song "Hello Brooklyn" may have also been influenced by Young's trademark calls.
"Double L" was a weatherman on KGO 810 radio out of San Francisco on the morning and afternoon (drive-time) newscasts. He performed in this capacity starting in 1996, adding mornings to his schedule in 2009, replacing the retired Leo Ciolino. On December 1, 2011, KGO fired Young as well as many talk-show hosts.
As of 2012, Young is now heard on KKSF-AM in San Francisco