Only A Game listeners regularly email, tweet, post on our Facebook page, call, send letters, use carrier pigeons, shout at us through megaphones, and hire skywriters to share their opinions about our show. Bill Littlefield responds.
Only A Game listeners respond to the show. Bill Littlefield responds to their responses.
Our mailbox was full, so Bill Littlefield sifted through a few letters and e-mails.
If we still had a mailbag, it would be overflowing this week. But since we don’t, Bill sifts through our over-stuffed inbox to air the passionate e-mails of our loyal listeners.
Last week’s program drew passionate responses from listeners. Bill Littlefield airs their compliments, as well as their grievances, including a portion of the longest comment that the Only A Game Facebook page has ever seen.
With our mailbag overflowing, Bill pulls out a handful of letters and e-mails and airs the gripes and grievances of a few listeners.
Bill Littlefield reads from the Only A Game mailbag and announces the winner of the Super Bowl Haiku contest.
Bill Littlefield wades through some of the recent mail to come into Only A Game and offers his annual Super Bowl haiku challenge to listeners.
Our loyal listeners send us both praise and protests. Bill responds.
Bill Littlefield responds to an influx of letters we received following the Penn State sex abuse scandal last week.