Some radio people have this feeling that when a jock becomes a manager, or a program director, or whatever, that they're no longer allowed to be "one of the crazy ones..."
We should disagree with this and fight the stereotype.
Just because you wear a suit and tie or have a "director" title doesn't mean you're not crazy anymore. On the contrary, isn't it better that the crazy ones act like the "suits" so they can influence them?
The right kind of "well-appointed crazy" can
And that's a good thing for everyone.