It's up on the web. Not sure how long it'll stay there, but I highly recommend reading it. If you scroll about halfway down, you'll see links for each of the eight chapters in one of those small boxes.
Lots of fun inside baseball stuff, and plenty of profanity from Kerry. Also, a weird story about Bush's daughters having some kind of frat-house party band at the White House. And lots of detail on the Kerry campaign infighting.
"You know what I'm happiest for? I'm happiest for Bill Buckner, Calvin Schiraldi, Bob Stanley, Johnny Pesky, Ted Williams, all of the Red Sox that played before us will now be remembered for the great players and great people they were instead of all the other crap." Curt Schilling
Peter, again, I feel your pain. I never worked full-time in radio, but part of the reason I worked to get *out* of radio shortly after entering it is precisely due to that lack of job security you are mentioning.