93Q, KISS-FM pull April Fools' pranks

April 1, 2002 by Scott Jameson

As usual, 93Q's Ted and Amy were in prank mode today with their annual April Fools' Day hoax. This year's stunt was a report that New York lawmakers had outlawed eating, drinking, and smoking while driving a car. Command Traffic's Tony Bombardo played along as well by reminding morning commuters of the law that supposedly took effect on April 1.

Meanwhile, over in Utica, the voices of KISS-FM's morning team of Kookenbacher and Linda Rae were electronically altered to give them a futuristic, computerized sound.


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