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WLS Dumps Mancow, Cassidy



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    Chicago radio personalities Erich "Mancow" Muller and Pat Cassidy were shown the door Wednesday at WLS-AM, just 16 months after being paired for a morning show there.

    Station General Manager Michael Damsky said the show wasn't "as issue-focused as we wanted the show to be," according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

    Mancow will continue to produce a syndicated radio show, though it isn't heard on any Chicago station.  Cassidy does not have a back-up gig.

    Cisco Cotto, already with the station, will take over the 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. slot that had been filled by Muller and Cassidy beginning Thursday.

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    Mancow made headlines last year when he subjected himself to waterboarding during his show and later admitted he thought the procedure was torture.