Good Morning!  Happy May Day!  Do people still do may day baskets?  Well either way hope you have a great day.  Here's what you missed on today's show.


The Morning Brain Buster:

Q.   The last one of these was over 32,000 pages long. What?


A.   An Encyclopedia


Bonehead Of The Day:

Bonehead of the day for today comes from Providence, Rhode Island, where bozo Gary Davis walked into a convenience store and demanded cash. The convenience store clerk showed no fear and simply reached under the counter and grabbed a baseball bat, which sent him running out of the store. Undeterred, our bozo went next door to a dry cleaners and tried the same trick. Again, the employee didn’t seem to feel threatened and reached into a decoy register and handed him a fake $20 bill. Armed with a good description and some security camera photos, the cops were able to make a quick arrest. Oh, we did forget to mention one thing. Perhaps the reason the employees didn’t feel threatened was our bozo’s choice of weapon. In both instances he was armed with a potato which he pointed at the clerks.


Food Safety Summit Attendees Come Down With Food Poisoning.  Isn't It Ironic.. Don't Ya Think.

Food Safety Summit attendees come down with food poisoning after event - After it was suspected that the food at the Food Safety Summit earlier this month may have been tainted, more than 100 people have confirmed that they suffered from gastroenteritis after attending the event at the Baltimore Convention Center.

Attendees reported suffering symptoms including diarrhea and nausea, although Maryland state health officials are still unsure what caused the problem.



West Virginia Man Arrested 3 Times In One Day

VIENNA, W.Va., April 30 (UPI) -- A West Virginia man had quite a day Tuesday, somehow managing to get arrested three separate times on three different charges, according to Vienna Police Chief George Young.

Gregory Allen Horner was arrested the first time while police were responding to a call about someone -- who turned out to be Horner -- using a fake prescription for Xanax at a Rite Aid pharmacy on Monday. While police were at the pharmacy investigating on Tuesday morning, Horner walked in with another fake prescription.

After being arrested for forging a prescription, Horner posted bond and was released.

A few hours later, police went to Horner's home for a domestic dispute and arrested him for domestic battery after his wife got a protective order, the NewsCenter reported.

Horner posted bond, returned to the home on Tuesday evening, and was arrested again for violating the protective order.

After his third arrest in seven hours, Horner was arraigned and immediately sentenced to a mandatory 10 days in jail.

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The iHeartRadio Music Awards Are Here!

The big night is finally here! The hottest names in music are taking over the city of Los Angeles tonight for the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards.  As we told you before, the big show is taking place at the famed the Shrine Auditorium and will air live on NBC from 8-11pm. 

  • Performers set to take the stage tonight include:Arcade Fire, Luke Bryan, Drake, Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Pitbull, Shakira, Ed Sheeran, Blake Shelton and Thirty Seconds to Mars. Bastille was also added late yesterday.
  • Beyond the performers and nominees, stars who are set to be making appearances at the awards include Lady Gaga, Imagine Dragons, Lorde, Demi Lovato, Chris Martin, Katy Perry, Steven Tyler, with more promised to turn up!
  • One other special treat? A special premiere is in store for fans of the late Michael Jackson.  Word is that a never-before-heard track from the King of Pop is on tap.  The song is expected to be a preview of Jackson's upcoming posthumous album, "XSCAPE," due out on May 13th. 


Yes, there will be an award given to the artist with the best Instagram account, but here’s an overview of the nominees:

Artist of the Year:
• Imagine Dragons
• Justin Timberlake
• Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
• Maroon 5
• Rihanna

Song of the Year:
• "Hold On, We're Going Home" - Drake featuring Majid Jordan
• "Mirrors" - Justin Timberlake
• "Radioactive" - Imagine Dragons
• "Stay" - Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko
• "The Monster" - Eminem featuring Rihanna

Best Collaboration:
(And P.S. This was the most voted on category with more than 3.9-million votes cast)
• "Holy Grail" - Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake
• "Stay" - Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko
• "Suit & Tie" - Justin Timberlake featuring Jay Z
• "The Monster" - Eminem featuring Rihanna
• "Timber" - Pitbull featuring Kesha

Best New Artist:
• Florida Georgia Line
• Icona Pop
• Imagine Dragons
• Lorde
• Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
• Passenger

Country Song of the Year:
• "Boys 'Round Here" - Blake Shelton
• "Highway Don't Care" - Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift
• "It Goes Like This" - Thomas Rhett
• "Mine Would Be You" - Blake Shelton
• "That's My Kind of Night" - Luke Bryan

Hip Hop/R&B Song of the Year:
• "Blurred Lines" - Robin Thicke featuring T.I. & Pharrell
• "Hold On We're Going Home" - Drake featuring Majid Jordan
• "Holy Grail" - Jay Z featuring Justin Timberlake
• "Pour It Up" - Rihanna
• "Started from the Bottom" - Drake

EDM Song of the Year:
• "Get Lucky" Daft Punk featuring Pharrell
• "Stay the Night" - Zedd featuring Hayley Williams
• "Summertime Sadness" - Zedd featuring Hayley Williams
• "Sweet Nothing" - Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch
• "Wake Me Up" - Avicii

Alternative Rock Song of the Year:
• "Demons" - Imagine Dragons
• "Do I Wanna Know?" - Arctic Monkeys
• "Pompeii" - Bastille
• "Royals" - Lorde
• "Safe and Sound" - Capital Cities

Best Lyrics:
• "Wake Me Up" - Avicii (Vocals by Aloe Blacc)
• "I Love It" (featuring Charli XCX) - Icona Pop
• "Say Something" - A Great Big World
• "Same Love" - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
• "Wrecking Ball" - Miley Cyrus

Best Fan Army:
• Arianators - Ariana Grande
• Little Monsters - Lady Gaga
• Lovatics - Demi Lovato
• Mahomies - Austin Mahone
• Rihanna Navy - Rihanna
• Swifties - Taylor Swift



Rob Ford Headed To Rehab

Toronto's crack-smoking mayor is reportedly taking a break from his re-election campaign and going to rehab. 

According to the "Toronto Sun" reports that Rob Ford's decision to get help comes after the newspaper obtained a brandy new recording of an obscene-laced rant in a local bar. 

Ford told the newspaper that he wants to "deal with his issues," but is being urged by people around him to not leave the mayoral race.  Ford gained worldwide attention last year after admitting to smoking crack cocaine while in "a drunken stupor."



New App Helps With Phobias & Anxiety

Russell Green used to be deathly afraid of spiders – live and in pictures. Now the psychiatrist developed a smartphone app to help others with the same problem.  “Phobia Free” works by slowly exposing sufferers to the object of their phobia.  They play a series of games with cartoon spiders, which start out as cute and harmless-looking but gradually become more realistic.

And there are other technological methods for fighting anxiety.  One of them is a software application called “Sam” – or the “self-help for anxiety management” app.  Lead creator is a psychologist and research fellow at the University of Western England named Phil Topham.  The reason he developed it was to combat the shame that some people feel regarding anxiety.

Not everyone is on-board with self-help apps.  Analytical psychologist Elizabeth Gray warns that even if they’re effective alongside more traditional forms of therapy, they shouldn't be a viewed as a replacement for it because therapy is needed to cure anxiety.





  • Julie Benz (“Dexter”) – 42
  • Emilia Clarke (Daenerys Targaryen on “Game of Thrones”) – 27
  • Jamie Dornan (“Marie Antoinette,” “Shadows In The Sun,” “Fifty Shades of Grey”) – 32
  • Dan Florek (“Law & Order: SVU”) – 63
  • Joanna Lumley (“Absolutely Fabulous”) – 68
  • Darius McCrary (Eddie Winslow on “Family Matters,” “Mississippi Burning”) – 38
  • The late Glenn Ford (“Gilda,” “Heaven with A Barbed Wire Fence,” “Pocketful of Miracles”) (1916 – 2006)…he would have been 98 


  • Judy Collins – 75
  • Rita Coolidge – 69
  • Sonny James – 85
  • Tim McGraw (FAST FACT: Funnest arrest ever - He and Kenny Chesney were arrested after Chesney attempted to ride a police horse in 2000) – 47
  • Ray Parker, Jr. – 60 
  • Smashing Pumpkins’ D'Arcy Wretsky-Brown – 45 


  • Director Wes Anderson (“The Royal Tenenbaums,” “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou”) – 45
  • Reality star (and “Real Housewife of New York City”) Kelly Bensimon – 46
  • “People’s Court” Judge Marilyn Milian – 53
  • Director John Woo “Broken Arrow,” “Mission: Impossible II”) – 68
  • The late "Catch 22" author Joseph Heller (1923 – 1999)
  • The late frontierswoman Calamity Jane (FAST FACT: Despite being recognized mainly for her grit and fire, she was also said to show compassion to the sick and poor.)(1852 – 1903)
  • The late TV host Jack Paar (1918 – 2004



Video Of The Day:

You've never seen "Dumb & Dumber" like this.

Dumb and Dumber as an Epic Drama from Josh Rocklage on Vimeo.