Well, here we are the last day of June, do you believe it?!?!?  I don't, it's freakin' July already!  This should be a fun week, the big parade, mardi gras festival and saturday in the park.. Hope to see you there!!  Here's what you missed on today's show.


The Morning Brain Buster:

Q: The average woman thinks about this about 7 times per day

A: Their physical appearance



Bonehead Of The Day:

Ginny Griffith arrested for aggravated arson after allegedly lighting fire to kill spider - UPI.com: A Kansas woman is facing arson charges after she allegedly set a small fire in her home early on Friday morning while trying to kill a spider.

According to the Hutchinson News, Ginny Griffith used a cigarette lighter to set some towels on fire in an attempt to assassinate the arachnid.

Five Hutchinson Fire Department units were able to extinguish the small fire in Griffith's half of a duplex. Firefighters found multiple points of origin for the fire and Griffith was arrested and charged with aggravated arson because the other half of the duplex was occupied.




Mother Alledgedly Served A Side Of Marijuana With Her Chicken Fingers

Carla McFarland allegedly served a side of marijuana with her order at Sonic in Maryland - UPI.com: A Maryland woman claims that when she ordered fries and chicken fingers at a Sonic in Frederick, she got a bag of marijuana on the side.

When Carla McFarland opened her order from the popular fast-food franchise, there was a small bag of marijuana tucked into the container that was holding her fries. The hungry mother immediately told her 6-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son to stop eating their food.

"I just kind of sat there in my car in shock," McFarland told the Frederick News-Post. "I kept thinking, what if my kids had eaten it?"

The 35-year-old contacted management at the restaurant and called the police. According to a manager, an employee owned up to having the marijuana and said that it must have fallen from her apron.

Franchisee John Louderback confirmed that the employee was fired. "As this time, we believe that concludes the issue," Louderback said.




Man Busted For Stealing Big Bird Costume & Wearing It To Kansas City Bar For Wings Night

KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 27 (UPI) --A Kansas City man who allegedly broke into a costume shop and stole a bird costume had his wings clipped by police after he wore the stolen suit to a nearby bar for wing night.

Customers at the Cashew saw the man come in on Thursday while wearing a giant yellow cape and a feathered hat. He began singing loudly and police showed up after finding out about an allegedly burglary at the Kansas City Costume Company.

"He got into the costume shop, took the costume and then walked down the street to the bar," Kansas City Police Department spokeswoman Sgt. Kari Thompson told the Kansas City Star. "Several witnesses saw this and called. We located him at the bar and arrested him. He was observed wearing a yellow cape or coat with a hat with feathers."

"It was just bizarre," a bar patron told KMBC. "We came in and there was a guy sitting at the bar, and he was in a really weird bird feather costume, and we didn't think too much of it, he was really quiet. And the next thing we know, five cops show up and they go to arrest him, they handcuff him, he fights them a little bit, and they just drag him out and take him away."

The man was given a medical evaluation in an ambulance before being taken into custody. The bird costume was returned to its nest at the costume shop.

KFC Chicken Bone Necklace Sold Out!

Love fried chicken so much you wish you could wear it? Then you missed a golden opportunity. Organization Kentucky and Kentucky teamed up with jeweler Meg Carroll to make a new finger licking necklace.

The "Los Angeles Times" reported Carroll and her boyfriend ate 25 chicken wings from KFC and washed the bones clean. Then, Carroll coated them in copper before they were plated in 14-karat gold. She turned the bones into pendants and created 20 necklaces. "We're excited to introduce a brand spanking new Kentucky invention. An invention so kick-ass, it will change the jewelry game forever," KFK wrote on its website. "We've taken one great Kentucky invention and turned it into a completely new Kentucky invention. Like Willy Wonka's 'Everlasting Gobstopper' we've figured about a way to make it possible to savor a single piece of Kentucky Fried Chicken forever. For-ever and ever. We all win."

The necklaces sold for $130 and $160 a piece and sold out in a matter of hours. 

Source: "Los Angeles Times," KFK.com




Ann Coulter Thinks Soccer Is Ruining America

Some people shouldn't be allowed to talk publicly. The latest example of this is Ann Coulter's feelings on soccer. She wrote a blog post called “America’s Favorite National Pastime: Hating Soccer,” and in case you missed it, she blatantly says the rising interest in soccer in America is a sign of "moral decay." Why? Here's some of the most ridiculous reasons Coulter thinks soccer is bad for the country:

1. There isn't enough individual achievement in soccer. "Do they even have MVPs in soccer? Everyone just runs up and down the field and, every once in a while, a ball accidentally goes in. That’s when we’re supposed to go wild. I’m already asleep."

2. Boys and girls can play together, at least according to Coulter, who has clearly never watched a professional game.  "Liberal moms like soccer because it’s a sport in which athletic talent finds so little expression that girls can play with boys. No serious sport is co-ed, even at the kindergarten level."

3. Sometimes, there are scoreless ties. "Even in football, by which I mean football, there are very few scoreless ties — and it’s a lot harder to score when a half-dozen 300-pound bruisers are trying to crush you."

4. Players aren't embarrassed enough or injured enough. "The prospect of either personal humiliation or major injury is required to count as a sport. Most sports are sublimated warfare."

5. You can't use your hands. "What sets man apart from the lesser beasts, besides a soul, is that we have opposable thumbs. Our hands can hold things. Here’s a great idea: Let’s create a game where you’re not allowed to use them!"

6. It's being force-fed to Americans, just like Beyonce. "The same people trying to push soccer on Americans are the ones demanding that we love HBO’s “Girls,” light-rail, Beyonce and Hillary Clinton. The number of New York Times articles claiming soccer is “catching on” is exceeded only by the ones pretending women’s basketball is fascinating."

7. True Americans don't like it. "No American whose great-grandfather was born here is watching soccer. One can only hope that, in addition to learning English, these new Americans will drop their soccer fetish with time." 

It's safe to say Ann Coulter is not watching the World Cup. 

Source: AnnCoulter.com






  • William Bell (“RuPaul’s Drag Race” “Nip/Tuck”) – 32 
  • Lizzy Caplan (“Mean Girls” “Cloverfield”) – 32
  • Vincent D'Onofrio (“Full Metal Jacket,” “Law and Order: Criminal Intent”) – 55
  • Nancy Dussault ("Too Close For Comfort" “The Dick Van Dyke Show”) – 78
  • Rick Gonzalez (War of the Worlds” “The Rookie”) – 35
  • Rupert Graves (“V For Vendetta” “The Madness of King George”) – 51
  • David Alan Grier (“In Living Color”) – 58
  • Monica Potter (“Parenthood” “Along Came a Spider”) – 43
  • The late Susan Hayward (“I Want to Live”) (1917-1975) …she would have been 97



  • Pantera’s Phil Anselmo – 46
  • Fantasia Barrino – 31
  • Cheryl Cole – 31
  • Yngwie Malmsteen – 51
  • Matisyahu (his birth name? Matthew Paul Miller) – 35
  • Cole Swindell – 31
  • The late Florence Ballard (founding member of the Supremes) (1943-1976) …she would have been 71
  • The late Lena Horne (Famously sang “Stormy Weather” and appeared in The Wiz”) (1917-2010) …she would have been 97



  • Founding member of children’s band “The Wiggles” Murray Cook (the red one) – 54
  • Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps (FAST FACT: most decorated Olympian with 22 medals) – 29
  • Economist, professor, and author Thomas Sowell (known for his libertarian and free economy writings) (“A Conflict of Visions”) – 84
  • Boxing champ Mike Tyson – 48
  • The late magician Harry Blackstone Jr. (FAST FACT: son of a magician, he was used as a prop in his father’s act as an infant)(1934-1997) …he would have been 80




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