Hey y’all, I’m Frank Pain, thanks for stumbling upon my page. So, a little about myself. Well, I’m from the Houston area, but Abilene is definitely “home” to me. I’m an Army veteran, and proud of my service, but feel that radio is my calling in life. At least I hope so because I’ve been doing it for a very long time. Some of my interests include music (obviously), riding my Harley, sports – all sports including NASCAR, anything tech-related, camping, hunting, and pretty much anything else outdoors. Also, I’ve got a huge place in my heart for helping animals, veterans, the elderly, and children. Some of my favorite TV shows include the Big Bang Theory, Letterkenny, Two and a Half Men, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Oh, and can’t forget watching “my stories” each day. At least that’s what my grandma called them as I’m a huge fan of General Hospital. Movies? Well, if it’s Marvel or Star Wars related, then I’ll be on the front row every single time. Oh yeah, I’m one of those long-haired freaky people, according to that Tesla song, with quite a few tattoos. At the end of the day, I do my best to treat every single person equally as I strive to merely be a good human.
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