Fletcher Armstrong on WLAP Radio in Lexington (podcast)

Your humble correspondent was interviewed by Tom Dupree on WLAP Radio, the Rush Limbaugh station in Lexington.  To listen to the podcast, click here.

This interview was aired on Sunday morning, October 26.  Tom is a great interviewer.  We covered a lot of serious ground, but it was fun, too.  Hope you enjoy listening.


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2 Responses to “Fletcher Armstrong on WLAP Radio in Lexington (podcast)”

  1. October 31st, 2013 at 11:22 am

    Robbie says:

    Great Job Fletcher!! I am glad that Tom was “on our side!” I have shared the podcast with several people & reaction was very positive! Hope to garner some more support for PLoC/CBR!!!

  2. October 31st, 2013 at 12:31 pm

    Fletcher says:

    Thanks so much. Tom is really a good interviewer. I thought he did a good job of making a simple country boy sound interesting.

    When we were talking about football, I wish I had mentioned one of my football heroes, Billy Jack Haskins. I was in Commonwealth Stadium in 1995 when Tennessee was ranked #4. Haskins just about beat Tennessee all by himself. It was quite a performance. He made a 47-yard touchdown run that amazes even today. It won multiple “Play of the Year” awards. Nobody who was there will ever forget it. As I recall, he was injured that day and even had to have his left shoulder popped back into place during the game. That part might be legend … I don’t know. Anyway, that was one of the greatest football games and one of the greatest individual performances I’ve ever seen … and I’ve seen a bunch.

    Haskins’ run was the first play of the 4th quarter, at about 59:30 on this video:
    Watch the way he’s holding his shoulder as he walks off the field.

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