Jeff's foray into radio is a relatively new career choice. He stepped up to the mic in 1995 as a fill-in host for another local radio station. Before he joined the ranks at WTMJ, most people recognized Jeff from his long and successful law career. He is a former federal prosecutor at the U.S. Attorney's Office for eleven and a half years where he was Head of the Organized Crime Task Force. In 1993, Jeff went into private practice and was also on the 1994 Republican candidate for State Attorney General.
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I've heard that the healthiest way to grocery shop is to make sure you stay in the outside aisles where the dairy, meat, and produce reside and to avoid those inner vistas that are home to things that are processed, pre-packaged, canned, salted to the n-th degree or chock full of fat/sugar.
Never a good sign when your head coach is running down the sideline on an unusually warm November afternoon like a mad man, screaming at one official while another zebra has his arms upright and an opposing receiver is clutching the football in the end zone.
This is what parts of the 1970's and most of the '80's felt like, only this time it's in HD with much better background music (I'm thinking Black Keys and Mumford vs. disco Bee Gees and Paper Lace--no contest, today wins).