is known by our visitors as a guy who likes gills. But besides being an angler and outdoorsman, he hosts a weekly radio show called Philip Friedman Outdoors, and its first Thursday night brought rocker and outdoorsman Ted Nugent. Naturally it was a conversation of nuanced goals in the wild blue.
Friedman, a roving outdoorsman himself who canvasses the coast daily, from Baja, California north, has moved from Sunday to Thursday nights at 9 pm PST on www.AM830KLAA.com.
"Our first guest was hard rocker and outdoor enthusiast Ted Nugent," Friedman said afterward. "We were surprised to hear about Ted's thoughts on Paul Watson and Whale Wars," a popular Animal Planet show set on research vessels.
On Philip Friedman Outdoors, Nugent modestly vowed to kill 20 whales this year and invited Watson to come to his concert at the Grove of Anaheim on June 30th. No hard feelings.
Nugent also spoke of "fat zombied kids" and the need to get them outdoors running around, the value of clean and sober living, hunting, his music and quite a good deal more.
"Of course, we would be interested to know what our Patch community thinks about Nugent's interview," Friedman wrote. Ted Nugent: love him, hate him, it's must-hear radio.
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