I'm glad I moved to Alabama.

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You see, I worked at this radio station, that's making national news.

This idiot REPLACED me, when I left for Alabama.

The idiot that has now been fired, Vic (what rhymes with Vic?) Faust, went on a crazy rant towards his female co-worker.

The recording of the rant, in all it's obscenity, can be heard HERE.

This guy is also a prominent news anchor in St. Louis for FOX 2 television.

These are people that I know and worked with for several years and I care about.

Morning radio shows can be like high school. Fun at times and feeling picked on and bullied at others.

It should be a family, at the end of the show.

This jerk called his female co-host "fat", "nasty" and a "terrible mom".

Those are just a few of the things I feel comfortable printing.

Most of the rant is full of profanity directed at this woman.

All because he felt "made fun of" because he had trouble with his computer.

REALLY? You get that bent out of shape because someone teased you because you have issues with technology.

One of my co-workers, Eric Johnson, who was in the studio when this happened sent me a text after this event.

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Photo: DC Daniel/Townsquare Media
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I understand why after hearing the way this thug treated my former co-workers.

I'm not a fan of this crazy culture with everyone getting "offended" at the least, little thing.

It's crazy. However, calling someone a fat, nasty b***h because you can't take a bit of teasing is just proof of how some are just little bitty babies.

GROW UP.

Stop whining.

The host in question was fired by the radio station (KFNS-FM) and the tv station he was a NEWS ANCHOR for (KTVI-TV) as well.

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