KCTE 1510 changes shape throughout the day. A national sports-talk show gives way to a program hosted by once-relevant Dennis Miller. The station airs Dr. Laura's show, broadcasts health information, and provides a forum for small-business owners who've paid for the opportunity to talk about shifted paradigms and moved cheese. Then, at 4 p.m. on weekdays, the Kenny and Ozone Show takes over, and controlled chaos ensues. Kenny Holland and Ozone are FM refugees who arrived at 1510 after Union Broadcasting sold the 97.3 frequency to Christian broadcasters. Their show is a hybrid of testicular FM radio and sports talk. ("We talk about sports, but not the way the sports guys talk about it," Holland says.) Favorite topics include mustaches, buttocks shootings, shark attacks, poker and mixed martial arts. "Guy" talk radio can be stupid and awful, but Holland and Ozone manage to entertain without sounding as though they filled a shopping cart at the Lowest Common Denominator Store.