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WIBC’s Jason Hammer was on vacation last week. That’s right, for the first time in the history of the Hammer and Nigel show, it was HAMMER who didn’t show up for work.
Like so many American families in this great nation of ours, the Hammer clan loaded themselves into the ole’ family truckster and headed for the sunny beaches of southern Florida for fabulous fantasy and fun.
Most patriotic middle-class families return from their annual jaunt to the sunshine state with lovely tans, an endless treasure trove of boring photos, and charming stories of adventure, good meals, and wholesome memories.
Yes, but the Hammer family is no ordinary brood; they are a pedigree all their own! For while Hammer and Co. Inc. appear ‘midwest typical’ at first glance, their esteemed leader is none other than respected pillar of the community and public figure, Jason Hammer!
What makes WIBC’s Jason Hammer a unique family patriarch amongst American males? Well, for starters, he’s a heartless bastard! Case in point: Jason’s moving and emotional tale of how he smashed a little girl’s dreams, ruined her childhood, and brought shame upon her entire family by embarrassing her in a competitive ping-pong championship. What an ass!
The tale of Hammer’s heartless beatdown of an innocent little girl is featured in today’s edition of “Am I a Horrible Person?”
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