A little kid named Noah Ritter got interviewed by the local news at a county fair in Honesdale, Pennsylvania the other day. (He looks like he's about six. Honesdale is 30 miles northeast of Scranton.)
And he immediately talked about how excited he was, because he'd never been on "live TV" before. The reporter also let him hold the microphone, which made it even MORE exciting for him.
And I guess he's noticed that reporters tend to say the word "apparently" a lot. Because he was pretending to be one . . . and said it SEVEN times in 45 SECONDS.
His best line was, quote, "Apparently sometimes I don't watch the news, because I'm a kid. And apparently Grandpa just gives me the remote after we watch the Powerball."
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Monty “Mo” Foster – Mo became a fan of the radio business early in life. His mother would set him on the kitchen counter while she cooked and together they would listen to the Peck & Peggy morning show in Dallas, Texas. When Mo was a teenager he got a job as a deejay at a skating rink. (Mo was actually a 5-state roller disco champion! Yes, DISCO!!) Soon after high school, he cornered a job at a small country music station in Terrell, Texas. From there he would land various part-time jobs in Dallas before joining ABC’s Satellite Music Network. Working nights on a Top 40 format, Mo could be heard on over 60 radio stations across America. Also working with ABC-International, Mo recorded shows for Shanghai, China and Wellington, New Zealand. Wanting to get back to local radio, Mo moved from Dallas to Roanoke, Virginia and that’s where he met his future wife, Sally Sevareid. They started their “married morning show” in the Roanoke Valley before moving it to Richmond, Virginia and eventually West Palm Beach, Florida. Mo & Sally have been married 20 years and working together 21 years. They live in Palm Beach Gardens with their 3 cats. Mo & Sally are dedicated to helping all animals and promoting the adoption of sheltered cats and dogs.