The blog, Tai-rade, which I have written about before here on Politizine, went missing after Tai reportedly stated that Carr had been phoning his show and column in. Tai supposedly offered to do the show - and the column - for free! How could Purcell pass that up? Well, since Tai-Rade disappeared quite quickly, we can all presume what happened.
Update: A quick Google yielded no results of where the new Tai-Rade Web site has landed [Note to Tai: Get it up fast so we can link it buddy!]. However, I did find some bits from a site called labs.daylife.com:
From April 24, "Leaders Vs. Followers: Howie Carr Vs. Reality":
The problem with Howie Carr listeners is that, regardless of their political stripes, they are followers. Democracy needs people who can think beyond party lines and stale prejudice. So here’s the wake up call to the lemming brigade: google “mass media” ...From April 22, "They Said It, Not Me. Entercom Owns WRKO, Hello?:
April 22 (Bloomberg) — Entercom Communications Corp. is luring Barclays Global Investors and JPMorgan Chase & Co., its fourth- and fifth-largest investors, to buy shares even as the U.S. radio chain’s stock drops on speculation of a dividend cut. Six ...From April 20: "Howie Carr Replaced':
Howie – I’m Calling You Out. Now hear this: I’ll take over Howie’s slot at the Herald, and his radio show – and I’ll do them both for free. Don’t ask questions about the practical complications of such a plan, just start lobbying for it, damn it. You ...Maybe Tai should be hired by WRKO to replace Tom Finneran in the morning. It would be good radio and drive Howie bats too.