W H a c k e r not wacker
"a wack radio station"noun
noun: wack; plural noun: wacks
1.a crazy or eccentric person.2.worthless or stuupid ideas, work, or talk; rubbish.
"this track is a load of wack"Origin
1930s: probably a back-formation from wacky
verb: whack; 3rd person present: whacks; past tense: whacked; past participle: whacked; gerund or present participle: whacking
1.strike forcefully with a sharp blow.
"his attacker whacked him on the head"North Americanmurder.
"he was whacked while sitting in his car"noun
noun: whack; plural noun: whacks
1.a sharp or resounding blow.2.a try or attempt.
"we decided to take a whack at spotting the decade's trends"3.British
a specified share of or contribution to something.
"motorists pay a fair whack for the use of the roads through taxes"Origin English thwack