"Knocking up" Willow is a crime, even in most parts of the South.Letterman offered a real apology on his show Monday night, and on Tuesday morning Palin accepted.Faced with a much-deserved backlash from an outraged American public, ABC news decided to withdraw their offer to pay Casey Anthony one million dollars for exclusive rights to her story.It’s a wise decision, although I can’t help but wonder what kind of message both the news and the entertainment media send the public when they’re even contemplating such an offer.Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! He is currently making podcasts in his basement which available for download from and the i Tunes store. has been an American radio personality for over thirty years.
Dahl later explained his short-lived marriage by commenting, "I should have paid more attention to that song." Dahl was told by radio executives that he'd never make it in radio because his voice was too high.His band, Teenage Radiation, recorded and performed a number of song parodies (which he often played on his show throughout the 1980s) and since 1990 he has performed and recorded as Steve Dahl and the Dahlfins. At the age of eighteen, he obtained his GED and briefly married a woman he met after she called him on-air to request Suzanne, a song by Leonard Cohen which told a tale of a troubled relationship.Dahl has also dabbled in acting, appearing in the 1984 cult classic, Grandview, U. Dahl later explained his short-lived marriage by commenting, "I should have paid more attention to that song." Dahl was told by radio executives that he'd never make it in radio because his voice was too high.Dahl is also well-known in Chicago for his song parodies and his impressions.He is considered a pioneer in talk radio (which was written and directed by Chicago native Jeff Garlin).