Thursday, April 01, 2004
Dean on Majority Report tomorrow evening http://www.airamericaradio.com
It's Brian from I Stand For, we're doing the AAR website.
We're so sorry things have been buggy, nobody could have anticipated the response we have received.
We've broken records people... We are Real Audio's #1 stream. We were at 50,000 streams during Al's show around 2:00 EST. We got 350,000 unique visitors from 8:00 last night to 2 this afternoon. That puts us on pace to be a top 50 site...on the entire web. We're talking Bank of America, Dell Computers numbers.
You guys are awesome, this is amazing and we're so proud to be a part of it.
Dean's name has come up on every single show on Air America. Randi Rhodes (who I'd say is the left's equivalent of Howard Stern - funny and aggressive) praised him today and tore up the mass media for pulling a character assassination job on us after Iowa. She also has a slips in a clip of the scream, and it's not mean-spirited at all. She's taking back the scream and making sure everyone knows exactly what happened to us. Majority Report and the OFranken Factor have both waxed nostalgic for the candidacy and praised Howard for kicking in the door so John Kerry could walk through it.
Thanks again, Air America. You're truly a breath of fresh air.
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