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Interviewing celebrities, breaking national stories, blogging daily, and offering candid commentary on pop culture is just a small sample of what he does. Ralphie Aversa is the relentless, tireless, non-stop-always-go host and executive producer of “The Ralphie Radio Show.” Check out his links above, and his blog below - and thanks for swinging through!


wait til you hear what she makes a month still!

tmz's michael hundgen joined the show thursday night (9.13) with the latest on the mess that is, britney spears.

click here to listen to the fallout of britney's vma performance.

be excited.

- it's friday.

- campus invasion tonight at the woodlands! the same amazing club bht with coors light drink specials and prizes.

- my girlfriend's coming to visit.

okay maybe the last one is exclusive to me.

i wish this wasn't fake...



yup, not everyone thinks britney sucks.

more awards... the honesty award to...

kid rock, who spoke about the vma's on a morning show in san diego earlier...

On Britney
Kid Rock: How does MTV do that, with like, is there some sort of special editing or camera filters they use, how do they make like Britney Spears look overweight and like she’s lip-synching like that? That was incredible.

On Kanye….
Kid: And then obviously with Kanye West not winning the award, we know Bush doesn’t like black people, apparently MTV doesn’t either. I was walking through the press line you know and he came storming through like Norman, like hey you know, like it was D-Day or something. I’m like calm down man, it’s just a kind of corny award show.

he also spoke about his fight with tommy lee - but really who cares?

hottest student in the world is...


turns out the columbian cutie is taking classes at ucla? btw - unless you can read spanish, don't bother clicking the link.

and i thought my attention span was bad while in class at syracuse university.

secret password.

new england clam chowder.

the white.

tonight on the ralphie radio show!

- michael hundgen from tmz joins me with the fallout of the britney spears vma disaster.

- get on the guest list for club x at the woods!

- free lottery tickets thanks to pa lottery!

the funness begins tonight at seven.


where were you?

it is one question that everyone has the answer to.

"Where were you when you first heard about the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001? "

third period of the day during my junior year of high school was always interesting, to say the least. the class was chemistry, taught by a guy named greg garzon. mr. garzon personified the word "character." he wasn't your stereotypical chem teacher, one who would scurry about in a long white jacket with goggles seemingly glued to his/her eyes. but garzon did know how to befuddle his students and at times, get a little rise out of them.

seriously though, greg garzon is another blog posting.

nonetheless, that tuesday, neither the lecture nor garzon could snag my attention. when i attended class in high school, my attention-span would rarely if ever follow long, much less stay for the entire period. certainly i was no stranger to daydream-land.

but i pulled a u-turn out of there when sister joyce spoke over the loudspeaker (i went to a catholic, co-ed high school). sister announced to the school that a plane had hit the world trade center. details were still unknown, but to please keep those who have been injured and killed, as well as their families and loved ones, in our prayers. the school then recited a hail mary.

by the time i reached fifth period, the second plane had collided with the other major tower of the wtc. coincidently enough, it was history class. our teacher, mrs. bryk, allowed us to watch cbs for updates.

i'll never forget the first time i witnessed footage of that second plane hitting. the entire scene looked surreal - straight out of a dramatic film. if only that was the case.

all of the specifics unfolded within' the next 24 hours - the two other sites where planes crashed, the hijackings, the terrorism-connection, the intention to hit the white house.

president bush gave, in my opinion, one of his most important and influential speeches of his term that night on national television. his reassurance that america would flourish, and seek out those responsible, struck a cord with all of us - who were so desperately searching for answers.

as i watched peter jennings so eloquently deliver one of his finest newscasts (read: day-long shift) as a broadcaster, i channeled my fear, anger, anxiety, and hope through my most familiar channel.

i can officially say that it was the events on september 11th that led me to pursue an interest in creative and digital video editing. my first two videos were produced within 48 hours of the attacks. about a year later, i worked on a piece that to this day, brings about goosebumps.


almost as bad as brit...

Cop forgets national anthem


the title does not describe this year's mtv video music awards, which shy of the opening act, was innovative and refreshing to say the least.

britney spears, however, is a disaster. the performance is below, comment as you wish.