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Not sure if this is true or not, but lets hope so. . . .Paula Deen Blames ‘the Jews’ For Firing

Celebrity chef Paula Deen, embroiled in controversy this week over allegations of racism, added two cups of gasoline to the fire this morning when she blamed her troubles on Jewish people.
Deen, 66, was a guest of morning host Dave Garver on Atlanta radio station WTMI when she claimed “Jew executives” deliberately abandoned her in the wake of the controversy, which stemmed from a discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee against her company.
The Georgia-born Southern-cooking maven is doing damage control in the media after admitting that she had used racial epithets in the past and had once planned a slavery-themed wedding. The ensuing backlash has led to Food Network dropping her show and several sponsors cutting ties.
When Garver asked Deen if she expected to return to the Food Network or to another network once the controversy died down, Deen said, “I don’t know, Dave. The whole situation is very stressful and very upsetting to me.
“I hosted one of the Food Network’s most popular shows. We had great ratings, great cookbooks, the fans loved me. But as soon as this N-word thing came up, the greedy Jew executives at the Food Network dropped me faster than a baked potato on a summer day.”
A shocked Garver responded: “I’m sorry, but did you say greedy Jew executives?”
“Yes I did, Dave,” Deen responded. “I made those Jews all this money and they still stabbed me in the back.  >>more<<   thank you Cynthia

I’m going to say this IS NOT TRUE, due to the fact that I’ve been searching for this Atlanta Radio Station for 2 days now, well a day and a half, all i can find is this story posted everywhere.    Most talk radio or radio stations have recordings of past shows.  So if this was true, it would be out there, EVERYWHERE.  I’m talking even on recorded radio snipets on TV EVERYWHERE.  It’s not out there.    There is NO Atlanta WTMI

Local Classical Radio Bows Out To Beethoven

January 1, 2002|By Lawrence A. Johnson Classical Music Writer
Against a groundswell of protests, including dozens of demonstrators who showed up in the rain, WTMI-93.1 FM officially switched to an all-dance music format at 12:05 p.m. Monday, ushering in the New Year by leaving South Florida without a full-time commercial classical station for the first time in more than three decades.
In case anyone missed the point, the last work played on classical WTMI was Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. The first item offered by the new “Party 93.1″ was Shut the F— Up and Dance, by Adrenaline.
 
or station I can find with Dave Garver. . . .  just saying.  If anyone can locate this program or radio station please let me know.   I know there are tons of posts of this same article, so please don’t bother sending those.  Just an actual radio interview.   If anything this just proves what a strong grasp of lies MSM has over everyone.  I wish it was true, but I can’t find anything.   Thank you  Shera~
 
Cox Radio, Inc., (NYSE: CXR) announced today that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of the outstanding capital stock of Marlin Broadcasting, Inc., which owns radio stations WTMI-FM serving Miami, WCCC-FM and WCCC-AM serving Hartford, Connecticut and WBOQ-FM serving Glouchester, Massachusetts, for approximately $125 million. As part of this transaction, Cox Radio sold the assets of WCCC-FM, WCCC-AM, and WBOQ-FM to certain principals of Marlin Broadcasting for approximately $25 million.
With the addition of WTMI-FM, Cox Radio owns, operates or provide sales and marketing services for 4 FM stations serving the Miami market, the nation’s 12th largest radio revenue market.
Cox Radio is the fourth largest radio company in the United States based on net revenues. Pending the close of all announced transactions, Cox Radio would own, operate or provide sales and marketing services for 81 stations (64 FM and 17 AM) clustered in 17 markets including major markets such as Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Tampa, Orlando and San Antonio. Cox Radio’s shares of Class A common stock are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “CXR.” source

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