Bruce Morrow

Bruce Morrow (born Bruce Meyerowitz on October 13, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American radio personality known to many listeners as Cousin Brucie.

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Scott Vincent
... Vincent could also be heard doing news inserts on Musicradio 77 WABC during Bruce Morrow and Charlie Greer's programs in the early to mid-sixties ... Scott Vincent's association with disk jockey "Cousin" Bruce Morrow continued on WABC TV for the 1966 special "It's a Mod Mod World," and "The Bruce Morrow Show" (1967), with Scott as the show announcer ...

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    Compared to football, baseball is almost an Oriental game, minimizing individual stardom, requiring a wide range of aggressive and defensive skills, and filled with long periods of inaction and irresolution. It has no time limitations. Football, on the other hand, has immediate goals, resolution on every single play, and a lot of violence—itself a highlight. It has clearly distinguishable hierarchies: heroes and drones.
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