Tell us what you think of The Mighty 1090!

We love our listeners, and we’re always trying to provide you with the best San Diego sports talk possible.

So, we want feedback from you to tell us what we’re doing right, what we’re doing wrong, and what we could be doing better. Lucky for you, we have a commenting system that will make this easy.

Below, you should see an area that looks like this:

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At least, it will look that way until someone gives us some feedback.

Once there are comments, you’ll be able to up-vote or down-vote the best (or worst) comments. Comments with the highest score appear at the top. It looks like this:

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Try it out for yourself! Find the comments section below and let us know what you think of The Mighty 1090’s hosts, shows, website, social media accounts, anything at all. We want to hear from you!



2 thoughts on “Tell us what you think of The Mighty 1090!

  1. Axion

    You should, um, make John Gennaro the president, but only after he apologizes to Melvin Gordon and his family. Craig Elsten can be vice president, and he doesn’t have to apologize for anything. I think Darren Smith is really cool and good, too.

    Other things I think about: what to cook for dinner. the different shapes of chess pieces. the sign that reads Target Michael’s Petsmart Babies along the 78. names for hats. stuff like that.

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