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Commentary: Local radio host uses expression with rude connotation

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I was surprised to hear Sean Sullivan of WAVH-FM (106.5) say, "You're SOL" while promoting one of the sponsors of his station's programming on his station's local evening news and discussion program ("The Drive") on Thursday, May 8th, since other folks used the letters "SOL" in similar contexts to express a phrase that I find very rude. If he was really trying to express that phrase, I wish he had not done it since there is nothing good, cool, helpful, entertaining, or professional about it. He should avoid using rude language in his radio broadcasts or else some folks may not want to listen to his broadcasts anymore or any of his station's other radio programs. I'm sure some of his station's sponsors would be proud of him if he were to avoid using rude language in his broadcasts.

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