I went from slip cuing at KSJS to doing the same thing at an AM station not far away physically, but light years away psychologically and musically, butIGOT PAID FOR IT! AndIstill remember gettingaphone call from some folks working inacannery (a group of fork truck drivers working in the warehouse) asking me ifIcould keep that AM station on the air past midnight because they liked the music. That was really touching because those folks worked their asses off while allIhad to do was keep the music flowing (while ignoring the “format clock” the PD posted in the control room). What none of us knew then was that little1KW AM was not supposed to make money because it wasa”tax shelter” only none of us working there knew that at the time. But for me, that was my first paying job off campus, working in real RADIO!