but this time, she’s not coming back.
As a full-time telecommuter, I listen to KPIG almost every day. And while I didn’t know Laura personally, I enjoyed listening to her noon-time show, Out to Lunch and will miss her style and personality.
One of the things about listening to KPIG over the internet is that they play music when they are airing commercials over the airwaves. Well, they often played obscure, little-known songs, and often I liked those songs, so many was the time I wrote to sty at KPIG to find out the name of the song. Looking through my email archives, it turns out I often asked during Laura’s time on the air, and she always answered my queries promptly, and with the electronic equivalent of a smile.
Between her and all the rest of the gang at KPIG my musical horizons have been greatly broadened, and for that I’m very thankful, oinks!!
I know all of the good piggies will carry on in the true KFAT/KPIG tradition, and I join them in and all the KPIG listeners in sadness today, and offer these memories as my own tribute.