Stuck in a traffic jam? Hum Rider can help! With the push of a button, Hum Rider widens and elevates and lets you drive over cars in front of you. Problem solved.
Unfortunately, this thing isn't real. The Hum Rider is just a marketing stunt by Thinkmodo... aka the guys who put together the Devil Baby viral video. They came up with the concept to promote Verizon Telematic's Hum platform. Hum consists of a dongle that plugs into the OBD port on any car made after 1996 and a Bluetooth speaker. It adds diagnostics, road-side assistance, location and speed tracking and geo-fencing. The hardware costs $29 and the monthly service costs $10 a month.
Not interested in the service? Just watch the video.
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First and foremost, Chris is an entertainer. Chris has been a successful host at talk and music stations in Kansas City, Colorado, California and Michigan. He combines a passion to entertain with his knowledge of current events to create a high energy program that results in a unique show and a perspective you don't hear on most traditional radio talk shows.
Because his lifestyle mirrors that of our target audience, he knows what our listeners are interested in. Chris studied Theater at Western Michigan University and Political Science at Fort Hayes State University. He has a wife and three children; one in High School, and two in Junior High. When not on the radio, he spends time with his family and may be found playing softball and making fantastic plays in the field.