Just kidding. There's nothing else, at least not until I get the first lawyer's letter, which has yet to arrive. Which reminds me - back in 1992/93, when Terry DiMonte and I crossed the street from CHOM to MIX 96, CHOM sent me a cease and desist order on the use of Don Scary, a long-running T and T spoof of Don Cherry. With the promise of legal support from MIX management, I continued to do the character and never heard anything more about it, although Don Scary went by the wayside a few years later because of another cease and desist scenario: people ceased finding it funny and desisted from listening. No sense in milking a dead cow, as some farmer probably once said.
Anyhoo, it was interesting to see and hear the feedback from the CHOM blog. I got a lot of support privately from people who are still there but can't speak their mind, lest they jeopardize their livelihood. It's gratifying that I was able to say what a lot of people in radio want to say but can't, even if it meant dynamiting every professional bridge in my wake.
Well, not every bridge. There's still the Mercier.