Sometimes I don’t think we give athletes enough credit. So often we hear about the one’s that blow through millions of dollars and struggle financially for the rest of their lives. Nothing pains me more [...]
When you’re in the workplace, no one likes the guy who comes in sick. Back in the day, people would praise people for sucking it up and fighting through illness. As we have grown as [...]
At the end of our show today, we discussed some of the great fixes in sports after a twitter account was created that predicted the outcome of the World Cup and claiming that the fix [...]
There are days where we at Fan Interference have a very good idea of where we are going to take things during our show. Whether it is a specific topic, or a kind of show we want to have for that day, generally we know going in what we are going to try and do for 3 hours. Than there are days like today where we are hit with a pleasant surprise that none of us saw coming.
Jim Lighthall is a simple man who enjoys simple pleasures. He loves golf, his family, USF athletics, soda, and pool. Not necessarily in that order. One of the things that Jim also loves is the hot mustard sauce from McDonalds. Earlier this year, the sauce was taken away from the condiment selection to make way for new sauces to spice things up. Unfortunately, hot mustard was sacrificed, breaking Jim’s heart.
Thoughtful, ambitious, and character-driven from start to finish, “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” is a worthy sequel to 2011’s “Rise of the Planet of the Apes.”
In sports radio, we love to place labels on athletes, coaches, and teams. One of the labels we love to place in sports is the word “great”. Anytime a player remotely excels in his or [...]
Todd Kalas joined Fan Interference (and his best friend “Lights”) this morning to talk about the sudden turn around for the Tampa Bay Rays. The recent optimism from the road trip has put some of [...]
“Tammy”, the latest big screen comedy from “Mike & Molly” star Melissa McCarthy, is as a film as big a sloppy mess as its main character. It’s a surprisingly unamusing and uninteresting film, especially considering the talent that McCarthy and writer/director Ben Falcone have to work with, and perhaps the best thing that can be said about it is that a scant 96 minutes, it’s mercifully short.
As American’s, what’s not to love about the 4th of July? It’s summer, you get to blow things up, and perhaps the best thing, you get to crush food that you normally would never eat. [...]