Eye on Monday: The Radio Station

This is NOT WDAY in Fargo

The word on the street is that the station in the picture above is where I work in Fargo.  I’m here to confirm…it’s not.  Repeat:  This is not WDAY.

There are no mountains in, around or near Fargo.  I’ll admit, the person looking out the window in the light green building does look like me but that’s beside the point.

Now, did I once work at the station above?  Maybe.  Maybe not.  Granted, our last family Christmas picture had mountains, several satellites and a short radio tower in it but I think you’ll agree, that kind of shot could be anywhere.

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About the Author: Christopher serves up sports on 940 ESPN in Fresno with a good deal of pop culture, films, music and the quirky side of life mixed in. Distinguished guests and contributors from across the nation and around the world regularly join the program. He tackles the most complex stories to ones slightly off the radar delivering depth and humor with a thoughtful perspective. When he was in Fargo, the city not the movie, the program was nominated for Best Radio Show in the region in 2012, 2013 and 2014 by readers of The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. As a writer, Christopher's work has been been published by the Chicago Sun-Times, Sun-Times Network publications, Reuters, USA Volleyball and Team USA, the Official Website of the U.S. Olympic Committee.

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  1. Jules says:

    Hehe now THAT is in the middle of nowhere. It looks pretty cool though; is that fog rolling off of the mountains? I wish we had mountains around here to look at.
    .-= Jules´s last blog ..My Comfy Bear!!!! =-.


  2. Terri says:

    OK. So it’s not WDAY. Be honest. This is your new home, isn’t it? You’re a t.v. addict and those are your satellite dishes. One of them carries a feed from Greece. Does Wendy know how bad this addiction has become? I think it’s time for an intervention.
    .-= Terri´s last blog ..Me? Join a gym? =-.


    Christopher Gabriel Reply:

    She didn’t know………….until you had to spoil it. 🙂

    There are few things better on Saturdays in the fall than watching college football on one 50-inch flat screen right next to Greek Dancing with The Flaming Ouzo Stars on another.


  3. Mike says:

    Very cool picture. It’s kinda funny. A lone radio station, and no other civilization around anywhere.
    .-= Mike´s last blog ..UpdateForm =-.


  4. Paul Hassing says:

    If you managed to get that big radio dish horizontal and pipe the station’s propane under it, you could have a crack at the world’s biggest stir fry record! 🙂


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