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.
These Are The 15 Most Intriguing Abandoned Locations in Texas
As the saying goes, everything is bigger and better in Texas, and that includes the amazing buildings, and other locations, that have been abandoned and still stand to this day.
According to History, the Dallas Cowboys Will Win the Super Bowl This Season
The Atlanta Braves are the primary factor in the Cowboys reaching and winning the upcoming Super Bowl.
The ‘Texas White House’ in Abilene has been Off Limits Until Now – Look Inside
The Texas White House mansion in Abilene has been vacant and closed off to the public. No one has seen inside until this YouTuber got special permission.
Please Donate Your Used Band Instruments to The Ride for Change
We're helping out low-income students with band instruments so they can play in their school band.
The Importance of Motorcycle Safety Courses – The Ride for Change
While motorcycle safety courses are designed to help the rider learn important skills needed on the road, you'll find there's so much more that you'll absorb.
‘The Ride for Change’ to Help Students With Band Instruments
We're raising funds, and collecting instruments, for low-income students that want to participate in their school band.
When Touring Starts Again, We Better Pack Every Venue
It's been one year since Covid-19 disrupted our lives and it's been almost that long since any band has had a chance to tour. However, we are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel, which means bands will start touring again.
Spoiler Alert – That’s Not Pecan Tree Sap on Your Car
It's actually called "honeydew" and it's the excrement of yellow aphids.
‘The Ride for Change': Day 4 Recap
Day 4 was a long travel day as I rode from Wichita Falls to Texarkana. Aside from about 20 miles of interstate travel, most was backroad-style of riding, which is my favorite.
‘The Ride for Change': Day 3 Recap
What can I say that hasn't already been said about The Ride for Change? Oh, I've got plenty. As we wrap up the third day on the road, all I can think is how incredibly humbled I am with this event.
‘The Ride for Change': Day 2 Recap
Day 2 of The Ride for Change may not have met the donation expectations we had, but it far exceeded the #beagoodhuman expectations.
‘The Ride for Change’ – Day 1 Recap
The Ride for Change officially kicked off in Lubbock and to say I'm incredibly appreciative of the warm welcome, and incredible support, would be an understatement.