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Federal Communications Commission
Washington, D.C. 20554
In the Matter of )
AMFM RADIO LICENSES, LLC ) File Nos. EB-02-IH-0472
Licensee of Station WWDC-FM ) NAL/Acct. No. 200432080003
Washington, DC ) FRN 0003720935
) Facility ID No. 8682
Adopted: October 8, 2003 Released: October 9,
By the Chief, Enforcement Bureau:
1. On October 2, 2003, the Commission released a Notice of
Apparent Liability for Forfeiture, FCC 03-233, in the above-
captioned proceeding (the ``NAL''). Attachment A of the NAL, the
Program Transcript, inadvertently contained references to the
first names of certain high school students who participated in
the broadcasts at issue. By this Erratum, the NAL is corrected
to redact the students' names from the Program Transcript, which
is attached hereto as Attachment A, as revised.
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
David H. Solomon
Chief, Enforcement Bureau
Radio Station: WWDC-FM, Washington, DC
Dates/Time of Broadcasts: May 7, 2002 and May 8, 2002,
between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Material Broadcast: The Elliot in the Morning Show
May 7, 2002
FC1: First Female Student Caller
FC2: Second Female Student Caller
E: Hi. DC101.
E: Who is this?
FC1: It's [first female student caller].
E: Hi [first female student caller]. How are you?
FC1: I'm good. How are you?
E: I'm doing well. You sound very chipper today, [first female
FC1: I'm in a good mood.
E: Yeah, how old are you?
FC1: I'm 18.
E: Mmm. I like that. I think you're our first 18 year-old.
FC1: [Giggling] I have been listening all morning, so.
D: You'd be the youngest.
E: You get the advantage going in.
FC1: Yes, I'm the youngest.
E: Right, and ah, where do you live [first female student
E: Are you in school?
FC1: Ah, I should be in school right now, but I've been waiting
to talk to you guys.
E: High school?
E: Oh, God bless.
FC1: Ah, Bishop O'Connell.
D: Oh, private school girl.
E: Any prom dates? [Laughter from E]
FC1: Ah, no [unintelligible] prom already.
E: As if the Catholic Church doesn't have enough problems right
FC1: That's true.
E: Alright. So, [first female student caller] are you a
E: Ah, do ah do ah everybody there at school find uh you
FC1: Ah, I'd like to say so.
E: Yeah. You a popular girl at school?
FC1: Uh, decently popular.
2M: Now are you going to Ivy League next year?
E: [Laughter from 2M] Who cares? Are you kind of like an
FC1: Yeah. Some people say so.
E: And you want to flash from time to time?
FC1: I've been known to do that.
E: Yes, of course you have. I gotta ask you what size bra?
FC1: Ummm, 34-C.
E: For a senior, that's excelLent. [Laughter from FC1]
D: For a senior.
E: That's good. Ahhh alright.
2M: How well do you know the football team? [Laughter from D]
FC1: Pretty well.
E: You've never lined like four or five guys up against lockers
FC1: Not four or five.
E: One or two?
FC1: Two or three. [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
D: I think Dan just won the lottery. [Laughter from E, D and
E: So Dan's quitting his job. [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
SM: That's the Powerball right there.
E: So wait a minute. So at school you've lined like two or
three guys up against the lockers and like ahhh. [Loud sucking
sounds from E]
FC1: [Laughter ] Ahhh. Like yeah.
FC1: Yeah. I'm here with my friend [second female student
caller]. She wants to dance too.
E: I'll get to [second female student caller] in a moment.
[Laughter from E, D and 2M] Really.
FC1: Yeah. We want to dance with you.
E: Oh, uh not a problem honey.
[Break in the audio-tape]
FC1: Um, probably about 8 or 9.
E: Hm. Hm. Hm. Hm. Alright. And you can be here on
Thursday. Well, what about school on Thursday?
FC1: Ah, well. I don't go to school quite as often as I should.
[Laughter from E, D and 2M]
D: Quite as often as you should.
E: Hey, do you know my next door neighbor? [Laughter from E, D
D: Well, [first female student caller] you're already accepted
to the college of your choice right?
FC1: Yes I am. [Laughter from E]
D: Where you gonna go?
FC1: I'm gonna go to VCU.
E: Very good.
2M: So that's okay, but not the Ivy League question.
E: Yeah. No, VCU's fine. No, that's good.
D: She's an artist.
E: You should check out Radford. [Laughter from E]
2M: She could get all A's there. [Laughter from E]
E: Alright. Very good, [first female student caller]. Yes,
you hold on one second and Flounder's gonna get some
information from you, okay?
FC1: Okay, no problem.
E: Alright. Very good. Hold on one second.
2M: What about her friend? Did you talk to her friend?
D: [Second female student caller].
E: Oh, you know what put [second female student caller] on real
FC1: Okay, here. Just a sec.
E: Hi [second female student caller].
FC2: Hi. How are you?
E: I'm well. Thank you. [Second female student caller] are
you also 18?
FC2: Yes, I am.
E: And you also go to Bishop O'Connell?
FC2: Yes, I do.
E: Uh-huh. Let me ask you, you better looking than [first
female student caller]?
FC2: Um, I don't know. I think we're both pretty hot.
E: Have you two ever hooked up?
FC2: No, but we've been known to do our little show at parties
and what not.
E: Uh, what do you mean your little show?
FC2: Like we dance together, you know?
E: Like with your boobies out?
FC2: Ah, it all depends on who's there. I mean I'm not gonna
E: Well, I mean like on Thursday like maybe I'll have you two
FC2: Yes, of course.
E: Okay. ExcelLent. [Laughter from D] Are you also a 34-C?
FC2: I'm actually a 36-D. Full D.
2M: Full D.
FC2: And my nickname with all my friends is ``J-Lo'' so I got the
booty to go with it.
E: Oh, you got a little butt back there.
E: Oh, that's fine. 36-D. J-Lo. [Laughter from E, D and 2M].
Thank God for the hormones in milk. [Laughter from E, D and
2M] Have you ever done the uh locker lineup at school?
FC2: Um, a little bit of that. I'm more like in the secluded
D: Janitor's closet.
E: More than with the janitor. [Laughter from D] [Knocking
E: [Impersonating a janitor with a Mexican accent] Need to be
coming on in please. Wet spill in my pants please.
[Laughter from E, D and 2M].
D: Oh God. [Laughter from D]
E: [Laughter from E] Have you ever made out with a teacher?
FC2: No. [Laughter]
2M: Naw, please.
E: Um, more than eight or nine times in school?
FC2: Ah, no I wouldn't go that far.
E: You don't think badly of [first female student caller]
because she has, do you?
FC2: No, I love [first female student caller].
E: In God's way.
FC2: Truly in God's way.
E: Uh-hm. [Laughter from FC2] Alright. Very good. And um
missing school on Thursday would be nothing new for you.
FC2: Nothing new.
E: Alright, very good. Hold on one second and ah Flounder will
get both of your information. We'll see you on Thursday.
FC2: Okay. Thank you.
E: Alright, very good.
D: Flounder will get your information. Hopefully we'll see it.
2M: Man, we're looking for Chinese finger ties. [Laughter from
E, D and 2M]
E: Alright, now let me say this. [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
Don't send me your goddamn emails about being angry that we're
doing these two ah high school kids.
D: They're 18.
E: They're 18 years-old. This is their own deal. Alright, so
save the e-mails.
D: They're not going to school anyway.
E: Save the e-mails.
D: [Laughter from E, D and 2M] It's not like they're studying
for the SATs.
E: Save the you're corrupting the youth of America. Please.
Nobody. I didn't hold a gun to anybody's head to line up nine
guys against a locker. [Laughter from 2M] Alright. Diane, we
didn't do anything wrong.
D: [Laughter from D] Hey, she was free with the information.
2M: That private school's gonna love you though.
E: That's Bishop O'Connell.
2M: Yeah, they're very proud today.
E: They should be.
D: Hey, you pay money to go to that school. [Laughter from D
E: You know what, at least it's not one of the priests.
E: Save the hate e-mail. Okay. We did nothing wrong, right
F: I agree. [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
2M: We're doin' that school a service. You know how many kids
they're gonna' get now? They're thinking about stalking Bishop
E: Right now everybody at [Unintelligible] council is going,
``Goddamn it [Unintelligible] not at our school.'' [Laughter
from E, D and 2M] Alright, very good, alright. So good, I
feel like we're starting to put together a very nice list.
We'll either revisit that again before we get off the air
today, maybe after school starts, [Laughter from 2M] or we
will get some more contestants tomorrow. So, Thursday
morning we'll have everybody in here dancing and uh four will be
selected to dance for Kid Rock on Saturday night at the Patriot
Center. I think I speak for all of us when I can't thank Kid
Rock enough for choosing us to do this promotion. [Laughter
from 2M] [Unintelligible].
[Break in the audio-tape]
May 8, 2002
MC: Male Student Caller
MC2: Second Male Student Caller
MC3: Third Male Student Caller
MC4: Fourth Male Student Caller
MC5: Fifth Male Student Caller
FC3: Third Female Student Caller
E: Before we get into the news, Diane.
E: We had a little interest in Bishop O'Connell High School.
[Laughter from E]
D: Yeah. I went to the website. [Laughter from E] I was
looking at the mission statement. [Laughter from E] ``Our
mission is to provide the students an education rooted in the
life of Christ [unintelligible] pursuit of excellence of the
whole person.'' And then you go down. [Laughter from E]
The desired learning results. [Laughter from E] Kinda' take on a
new meaning. [Laughter from E and 2M] ``Students practice a
moral code based on gospel values as found in our Catholic
faith and worship.'' [Laughter from E and 2M] ``Express
Christian values through participation in community service
E: Take him and drink for him. [Laughter from E]
D: ``Develop creative and critical thinking skills.'' [Laughter
from D] ``Use those skills in successfully solving
E: There you go, [first female student caller] and [second
female student caller].
D: Mmm [Impersonating a young girl's voice] What should I do?
[Laughter from E] ``Learning to work with others
E: [Spoken as if E's mouth was full] May peace be with you and
also with you.
D: ``Develop and maintain''
E: [Loud sucking sounds from E]
D: ``Develop and maintain positive self worth through a healthy
E: [Spoken as if E's mouth was full] This healthful
[unintelligible] of protein. [Loud sucking sounds from
E][Laughter from E, D and 2M] [Spoken as if E's mouth was full]
Hey, what do you think will be going on at Bishop O'Connell
High School today? [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
D: Talk in the office.
E: More guys have signed up for this school in the last half
hour. [Laughter from E and 2M] We done a service. [Laughter
from E and 2M] Alright, very good. So Thursday morning.
D: ``Our student body of 1,470 reflects the diversity of our
community and neighborhoods.''
E: [Spoken as if E's mouth was full] I'm part of the community.
[Loud sucking sounds from E] [Unintelligible] Oh no.
[Laughter from 2M and D] They'll be in here. I love that. What
are you kidding me?
D: They're not going to be at school that day. [Laughter from E
E: Alright. 8:15, dear God. Ah, what have we got going on
here? We're busy as hell. We got some [unintelligible]
tickets to give away. Oh
[Break in the audio-tape]
E: Let me get Buddy on the phone. Buddy.
E: How are you, sir?
BD: Good. How are?
E: Good, I I understand we caught you shaving.
BD: Yeah, I'm about half way done. [Laughter from BD]
E: I say just leave it.
BD: Leave half of it?
E: Yeah, just leave half of it. Ah, yesterday while we were
going through our qualifying I guess sometime around 7:45 we
heard from [first female student caller] and [second female
student caller]. [First female student caller] and [second
female student caller], two 18 year-olds, they just so
happen to go to Bishop O'Connell High School. And what I
thought was a very nice conversation with them yesterday.
They informed as to some things they do at school. [Laughter
from BD] But they're 18 years-old. They're adults.
They're allowed to do what they want. And then um I guess
we heard very early this morning that both [second female
student caller] and [first female student caller] had been
suspended from school. Now, Buddy, did the, I know,
principal call the station, true or false?
BD: That is, that is true.
E: Right. Did you ah speak to um Bishop O'Connell? [Laughter
from BD and 2M]
BD: No. The Bishop did not speak. We ah traded messages. But
I think the thing that he was concerned about was the story
that he got was that you coerced or badgered or otherwise
convinced these people or these two young ladies to say things
that weren't true.
E: Now, correct me if I'm wrong. I don't feel like I badgered
them in any way at all.
D: You asked them a question and they answered.
BD: Well, like I said the principal apparently couldn't have
been nicer and ah was just following what what he was told,
E: Right. Now, see we heard this morning I guess that ah
Bishop O'Connell's daughter, I don't know the guy's name.
What's his name?
BD: Uh, you know I don't remember. It's on my desk.
E: You lying sack. [Laughter from BD] No, come on. What's
BD: I honestly don't remember.
E: Alright. Hey, Mack, see if you could find me someone from
Bishop O'Connell real quick. Line 2? Fine, perfect. Tell
him I'll be there in a second. So anyway, what we did here
was ah the principal called [first female student caller]
and [second female student caller] in to their office, into
his office. I'm assuming it's a man.
E: And um I guess had a conversation with them and then
suspended them and then got on the PA system at the school
and talked about what a bunch of heathens we are. I may be
paraphrasing. [Laughter from BD]
BD: I didn't hear that part.
E: Yeah, so apparently he uh he does not like your radio
station, Buddy Riser.
BD: Well yeah this is before I had a chance to really discuss it
E: This is the work of the devil right here. [Laughter from
BD] So you didn't you didn't
touch base with him?
BD: No, we we traded phone messages yesterday so.
E: What was his message to you?
BD: He he was he couldn't have been nicer. I mean basically
he's just, he was just trying to figure out exactly from our
side. I mean obviously he had heard only their side of the
E: Right. Why did he suspend them though? That doesn't seem
right to me.
BD: Now that I don't know. I I didn't know that he had done
E: Yeah. See that doesn't seem right. That that part kinda
pisses me off.
E: I'm thinking we have a Support [second female student
caller] and [first female student caller] Concert at the
school with [unintelligible]. [Laughter from E, D and 2M]
But I don't understand why they got suspended. Hey listen
if they're blowing guys at the school, that's not their
fault, that's the school. The school needs to do a better
D: They should get counseling not suspension.
E: That's right. Jesus wouldn't just toss them aside.
[Laughter from BD] Jesus would welcome them in.
2M: Yes, he would.
E: Some of the priests at the school would ask if they had
brothers. [Laughter from BD]
BD: Have we talked to the girls today?
E: No. I have a feeling they won't be calling today. No,
Jesus took away their phone privileges. [Laughter from BD]
Alright, Buddy, alright. I was wondering if you got to touch
base with them.
E: With the principal or whatever his face is.
E: Alright, very good. Thank you very much, Buddy. See you in
a bit. Finish cleaning up over there.
E: Hi. Who's this? Hello?
E: Yeah, who's this?
MC: Uh, I won't give my name out.
E: Yeah, I don't blame you. You know if I went to Bishop
O'Connell I wouldn't give my name either. That's how you people
get in trouble.
MC: Ah yeah definitely.
E: Alright. So what happened at school yesterday?
MC: Uh well um. First of all, at around 8:10 I was uh driving
down with some friends before school and uh we were
listening to your station and uh we hear these two girls call up.
They go off about some stuff and uh. First of all, we want to
find out who it is and uh. I wouldn't let you put these
girls on the stage with uh bikinis on.
E: Wait, say again. You what?
MC: I wouldn't let you put these girls on stage with bikinis,
first of all.
E: I did get some e-mails saying that they were pretty hot.
MC: Ah, really? [Laughter from 2M]
E: Well, I can tell some people have different taste. Anyway,
MC: And uh we get to school and there's a big ordeal about it.
And uh I guess they just suspended hard core because of it.
[Break in the audio-tape]
E: Yeah. But you're kinda' out of loop.
[Break in the audio-tape]
E: Hi. DC101.
MC2: Hey, what's up?
E: Hey, who's this?
MC2: This is [second male student caller].
E: [Second male student caller]. You go to Bishop O'Connell?
E: Yeah. So now tell me what happened yesterday?
MC2: All I heard was that these girls called in and our principal
came in on like 8th period and he was basically told us
everything that happened.
E: Oh really. That's very interesting to me. What did he say
over the PA system that happened?
MC2: I don't know. I can't remember exactly what he said.
E: Right. Well, first of all, how did they break in with that
announcement? What's the principal's name there?
MC2: Um, Burch.
E: Principal Burch.
E: Alright so Principal Burch gets on the uh PA and says, you
know, excuse me Bishop O'Connell students I have an
announcement to make?
MC2: Yeah. He just wanted to clarify if there were like any
rumors going on like really what happened.
E: Oh, so what did he say really happened?
MC2: Nah, He uh. Once again I don't want to say exactly what he
E: No, go ahead. [Laughter from MC2] No you can say what
exactly he said. [Laughter from MC2] No, because honestly
I want to know what he said.
MC2: Well, honestly, I don't really remember. But basically he
just said that two girls called in and said, uh, I don't know.
E: But what did he say they did?
MC2: Um. Yeah, he said uh that. I don't know. [Laughter]
2M: Come on now, dude.
E: Come on dude.
D: [Second male student caller]'s worried that he's gonna get
MC2: I'm definitely am. But it's not a biggy. [Laughter]
E: Who's your buddy in the car?
MC2: Ah, [third male student caller].
E: Yeah, put [third male student caller] on.
MC2: Ah, here's [third male student caller].
E: Yeah. [Third male student caller]'s got a set of balls on
him. [Laughter from 2M]
2M: Yeah, here take [third male student caller].
MC3: Hey, what's up fellas?
E: Hey [third male student caller]. Now you go to school there
MC3: Yes, I do.
E: Alright. What did, uh, what did Burch say?
MC3: Well, he uh just said some of the stuff that the girls said
on your show.
E: Really? So did Principal Burch actually get on the PA
system and talk about how they were giving blowjobs in the
MC3: Well, let me, hold on for a second. Naw, he didn't say
that. He was very nice about it, you know. He's. In a
Catholic school so you gotta be nice about it.
E: Right. So but now, so he ended up. Why did, why did, they
get suspended? That's what I don't understand.
MC3: You gotta have the mindset that this is a Catholic school
and, you know, anything out of the school really should have
some moral binding.
MC3: He's just worried about the school's reputation.
2M: The image.
2M: I mean people spend a lot of money to get that image.
D: Yeah, they do.
E: Yeah, but I mean, okay.
2M: Well, that's, I guess, the basis.
E: People spend a lot of money to go to college. It ain't like
people ain't screwing there.
MC3: Yeah, that's true. But, he wants to have like, you know,
the mindset of him being a good, you know, person that gives
these children moral teachings, that kind of stuff.
E: Is Burch married?
E: Anybody willing to bet he's never gotten a blowjob from his
MC3: [Laughter] Ah, I don't want to think about it. [Laughter
from E] He's a very nice guy. I like him a lot. He's
D: Of course you do. [Laughter from 2M]
E: Very good, [third male student caller]. [Laughter from D]
You're very smart kid. [Laughter from D] I like you.
MC3: ExcelLent. ExcelLent.
2M: Do you know his daughter?
MC3: I, uh.
E: Yeah. His daughter is apparently the one that called, that
D: Is she older?
MC3: I don't. Burch's?
E: Yeah, Burch's daughter. Does she go to school there?
MC3: No, no.
E: Oh, so she's already out.
MC3: I've I've never met her.
E: Right. But Burch is a pretty cool guy who obviously has a
little issue with us.
MC3: Yeah. Well he just wants to look out for, you know, his
E: Did he mention us by name?
E: What do you mean no? What did he say like ``a local radio
MC3: He said ``DC101,'' but he didn't
2M: Oh, we got press. [Clapping]
E: That's good, that's good. At least let `em let `em know
what they should be listening to Burch. [Laughter from D]
MC3: ExcelLent. ExcelLent.
E: Alright [third male student caller].
D: [Third male student caller]'s very nervous right now.
E: No, [third male student caller] you're fine. You're fine.
MC4: Hi Diane.
E: [Unintelligible] [Laughter from D and MC3] Hey, [third male
student caller], let me ask you, you weren't one of the
guys that [first female student caller] and [second female
student caller] blew in the hallways, were you?
MC3: Ah naw, naw, naw
E: No naw naw naw.
MC3: I don't think I'd let them.
E: Okay, alright, very good, very good. You'd give it a couple
of years though.
MC3: I just want to say Hi to Diane.
D: Thanks, [third male student caller]. Have a nice day at
MC3, MC4: Bye, see ya later, bye. [Unintelligible] [Laughter
from MC3, MC4, E, D and 2M]
E: We got a phone number for, ah, the school?
D: The main number.
E: Yeah, I'll take that. Hi, DC101.
MC5: Hi Elliot. This is, this is, ah, [fifth male student
E: Yes, of course it is.
E, 2M: Hi [fifth male student caller].
MC5: Yeah. I go to O'Connell.
MC5: And, uh, I just want to let you know that the girls are not
18. They're only 17.
E: But that's not my fault though. Listen.
MC5: No dude, no dude. I know exactly like what happened. You
didn't manipulate them at all. But when they went into the
office yesterday they were like ``Oh, yeah, well he manipulated
us into saying these bad things.'' And Mr. Burch gets on.
Would you turn that off?
E: Yeah, please.
MC5: Mr. Burch gets on and goes, ah, yeah they are all remorseful
for what happened and they want to let everyone know that,
like, they were manipulated or whatever or something like that.
And I, like, they knew exactly what they were doing.
E: Yeah. And first of all, I think we asked twice how old they
were. Both of them said they were 18. You know what, if
they lied, they lied. That's not my problem.
MC5: Yeah, dude. It's like, it's like their fault and they just
made. I feel bad because they made the school look like a
bunch of sluts or whatever and we're really not.
E: Well, listen you gotta have some kind of pride in something.
[Laughter from D] But the, ah, you know, we didn't badger
them. We didn't manipulate them. You heard the show yesterday.
MC5: Yeah. I was listening to it. I thought it was kind of
funny because then I knew exactly who it was. [Laughter from
E, D and 2M]
E: See so um, you know I can't really say I fault [first female
student caller] and [second female student caller] `cause
listen they know they're getting thrown out of school. I'd
say that too.
MC5: They're coming back.
E: Well, how long did they get suspended for?
MC5: Um, I think like maybe two days or whatever.
MC5: It's almost like a good deal.
E: Well, yeah exactly. Well, at least they're free to come in
D: What are their parents doing though?
MC5: I don't know. I think they're probably in trouble with them
E: Oh really.
D: I would think so.
E: I hear Burch told [first female student caller] she's gotta
give up semen for Lent last year.
D: Jesus Christ.
2M: Do you know them very well?
MC5: Yeah, I'm pretty close them. At least one of them.
E: Really? Have you ever been lined up, have you ever had your
back up against a locker? [Laughter from D]
MC5: No. Actually they don't do that kind of stuff at school.
E: At school.
2M: No. They save that.
MC5: Actually, I hope I just don't wanna know about it. They can
do whatever they want. I just don't want to know about it.
E: Alright, very good. Well, listen I'm sorry about the big
uproar at your school yesterday.
MC5: Ah, it was kind of amusing.
E: Good. [Laughter from 2M] Good, alright, dude, [fifth male
student caller]. Thank you very much for calling.
MC5: Thank you, you're welcome.
E: You're gonna need to hand me the handset and let me just
call them. [Dial tone, dialing] Oops, that's not good.
[Dial tone, dialing] Agh. [Dial tone] Because I hate this
phone system. [Dialing] Because now it's a fight. Uh-huh.
[Sound of phone ringing] Uh, uh, hands free. They gotta be
in the office by now.
2M: The administration should be.
D: I was looking at the.
E: Maybe Jesus will answer.
D: The class schedule. Home room.
E: What time does home room start? Hi, Bishop O'Connell. Um,
who am I speaking with? Hi, Mrs. Minyet. You're not on the
air. This is Elliott calling from DC101. I'm trying to find
Principal Burch, please. Hello. Hello. I don't know if I'm on
hold or if I'm uh talking to Mr. Click.
D: Maybe you'll find out in a second.
E: Hello. They don't say, ``Hold.''
2M: They never even said ``please hold'' or?
2M: Hang on?
E: First bell's at 7:55. You know what. [Dial tone, sound of
tone buttons, ringing] [Laughter from 2M] Shhh. Come on.
They're afraid to touch the phone. Ahh, come on now I get an
answering machine. Hi DC101.
FC3: Hey, what's up Elliot?
E: Hey, who is this?
FC3: Let's see, what can you call me? I'm scared too now like
all the other [unintelligible]
E: Ah, don't be scared.
FC3: [Laughter] You can call me, you can call me [third female
student caller]. How about that?
E: Okay, [third female student caller]. Yes.
FC3: You can call me [third female student caller]. Well, I go
to O'Connell like all the rest of them. Those are all my
friends that were calling earlier. And I just wanted to say
that it was like the reason that they all got suspended
wasn't because, you know, like, about anything, because it
was immoral or anything what they were gonna do. Because I
don't even think they were really gonna come in because
they were lying, like, they weren't 18 or anything else.
They were a bunch of sophomores. But there's a . . . .
E: Oh, God. I wish they would come in.
2M: So they're 16.
E: Anyway, go ahead.
FC3: There's a rule in the student handbook that says that if you
do anything, like, in the name, like, using O'Connell's name
or, like, in O'Connell uniform that you can be suspended because
that's slander towards the school.
E: Oh, that's, uh, you're impugning the reputation.
FC3: Yeah, so when you went on the website and everything that's
when Mr. Burch freaked out and was, like, oh, blah blah blah,
this makes my school look horrible.
E: Hey, Burch, don't put up a website then, you jackass.
D: What I I was just, I was just reading the, uh, the beliefs
and mission and philosophy of the school.
2M: Yeah, if anything
D: I know.
E: We gave them some positive publications here.
FC3: And also I wanted to say that I'm really sorry cause there
were a lot of really hot girls, including myself, that were
gonna come in.
E: Oh, godamnit.
FC3: And we were gonna audition tomorrow morning.
FC3: We really wanted to do it.
E: Yeah. I wish you would have.
FC3: I'm sorry.
E: Alright. Well, Burch had to go F it up for everybody.
D: Bye [third female student caller].
E: Let me try one more time and then I'll take a break. And
then we'll get into some real qualifying. Uh, I'll just
dial here. [Dialing tones] You think they won't answer at
Bishop when I call cause a big sign that goes off ``Jew is
calling.'' [Laughter D and 2M] [Impersonating a female
voice] Yes, Principal Burch, please? What do you mean he's not
available? Oh, don't hang up. F you. [Laughter from 2M]
2M: They know what matters [unintelligible].
E: What a bitch she is.
D: What she say?
2M: I can't believe she doesn't even say anything to you.
E: [In a mocking voice] ``He's not available.'' Click. I bet
he's available. He's probably standing right there listening
to the goddamn show.
D: I guess they have to go tend to the pro-life memorial.
[Laughter from E] that I was just reading about.
E: Come on Burch you big pussy, call. You know he's sitting in
there listening to it. Speak to a Jew. [Laughter from D]
Goddamnit. Alright, alright. You know what, let's move on then.
Ah, 202- 432-1101, toll free 1-800-33DC101. Ah, we need
qualifiers for, ah, Saturday night. If you want to dance
in the cage with Kid Rock up on stage 202-432- 1101, toll free
1-800-33DC101. We'll sign up last day for qualifying and then
tomorrow's the big audition, tomorrow around 7:30. And
then four women will move on to Saturday night where they'll
dance up on stage at the Patriots Center. Kid Rock will
pay for the night. 202-432-1101, toll free 1-800-33DC101.
[Commercial for the Kid Rock Dance-in-the-Cage Concert]