What's your frequency?
What you're tuned into, matters.
"Kenneth, what is your frequency?!" William Tager yelled as he attacked Dan Rather on the streets of New York City.
It was 1986, and Tager was convinced that the media was beaming signals into his head. He wanted to find out what their frequencies were. For a while, the name "Kenneth" became a running joke on late-night television as a euphemism for someone who was clueless.
[Kenneth, meet Karen.]
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