WVXU's Bill Rinehart Did a Reddit AMA and Finally Answered How He ALWAYS Knows What's in the Road

Also if he had to fight one horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses, which he would chose and why?

Sep 5, 2019 at 10:51 am
Bill Rinehart - Photo: WVXU.org
Photo: WVXU.org
Bill Rinehart

National Public Radio/Cincinnati's WVXU reporter and host of All Things Considered Bill Rinehart recently hopped on the Cincinnati subreddit to do an AMA (ask me anything) and it was interesting for several reasons — most importantly of which was because Rinehart finally revealed how he always, always knows what's in the road.

Spoiler: WVXU subscribes to a tracking website.

And if you thought you were alone in your rapt listening enjoyment of hearing Rinehart read — with his patented comic pause — the assorted things blocking Queen City highways and byways, you aren't. Is it a piece of metal? A recliner? Thousands of pounds of chicken tenders

Several, as in many, many reddit users voiced their very specific love of this very so-Cincy radio experience. And asked him to answer the maddening question of how, HOW, does he know what's in the road? 

Rinehart, please never stop telling us what's in our roadways.