Enough with those eggheads over at NPR, discussing Iranian nuclear disarmament and documentaries starring Al Gore. Nobody needs to be confronted with all the ills of the world before a third cup of coffee. On Afentra's Big Fat Morning Buzz, it's all about Afentra's voice, which sounds like she smoked a pack of Marlboro Reds and chased them with a tall glass of rusty nails and antifreeze. She sounds like we do in the morning: raspy, cranky and a little incoherent. Driving to work, listening to a caller decide whether to choose a prize from a mystery box or the contents of all the DJs' pockets is just the kind of brain nonstrain we need. On June 1, the station's afternoon host and program director, Afentra's husband, Lazlo, announced that he was leaving to become program director of 96.5's sister station in Seattle. Afentra's last day in Kansas City's studio was August 4, but she continues hosting via satellite from her new Seattle home. Hearing Afentra and her sidekick, Danny Boi, toss good-natured insults at each other reminds us of the camaraderie that all workplaces ought to have. (There's a third morning host, Jeriney, but we don't really notice her, to be honest.) Sometimes they come up with an especially entertaining bit, like the June broadcast of Boi's interview with Jack Black or the time when they harassed Creed singer Scott Stapp about a fight with Peanut of 311. But it's not about gleaming witticisms, running gags or A-list guests. It's just about that voice.