Another new year dawned, and it began to dawn onto me that it was possible that I wouldn’t be spending my seventh straight year working at the radio business at some point during the course of the year. I was working the odd jobs here and there, preparing for a life without this addictive business.
In early February 1995, I get another fateful call from Sun Radio Network operations manager Stan Anderson. Openings were again available at SRN, and I was asked if I wanted to work there for a fifth time. Even though this was making me the Billy Martin of board operators (the late New York Yankees manager that was hired and fired by George Steinbrenner repeatedly), I accepted.