Everyone Should Have Their Own Superfan


Anyone can have a Superfan. The most common of commoners can have Superfans. These are people that worship the very ground you walk on. They text you a Happy Birthday, MySpace you a St. Patrick’s Day comment and Twitter you a Happy New Year – even though you haven’t returned their calls in 2 years.

You may not even know your Superfan until he arrives out of the blue, bearing gifts.

Today we had a visit from a guy making a birthday delivery for the host of our radio show. Hostman had already checked out for the day, so he missed what may be one of the greatest moments in L.A. broadcasting history. You see, Superfan loves the show. Listens all the time. Wants a souvenir to mark the occasion. Superfan proclaimed this to be a “great honor” as he bowed – at least 5 times.

This could have been chalked up as your average fan visit, had we not noticed Superfan’s attire. Shirt tucked into tighty whities. Because that is how Superfan rolls.

Have you hugged your Superfan today?


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