When I was a teenager I had a job that doesn't exist anymore. I was a service station attendant. The Union 76 station on South Grand in Pullman, just before you left town on the way to Evergreen, Colton, Uniontown, Lewiston and points beyond. It is now a Perfection Tire store. A service station was a place where you could drive your car up to the gas pumps and have an attendant (me) come out and pump your gas, wash the windshield, check your oil and tires, then take your credit card into the store, and bring it back with the credit card slip on a little clip board for you to sign. All without the driver having to get out of the car. It was a great service, and a great job for a kid, but there was a lot of downtime especially on Sundays. I heard a lot of American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. His show was a fixture on the AM radio on the counter at the service station. And when his show was over it was a Linda Ronstadt or Simon & Garfunkel cassette. RIP Casey Kasem. This teenager's Sundays at the service station were so much better for your radio show.