Good Morning!  Happy Tuesday..  Here's what you missed on today's show.


The Morning Brain Buster:

Q: 28% of people will do THIS in the next month.  What is it? (hint - usually on the weekend)

A: Attend a garage sale
Bonehead Of The Day:
Bozo criminal for today comes from Seattle, Washington, where an officer on patrol noticed a strange sight the other night. He observed bozo Charles Haskins pushing a grocery cart full of packaged meat down the sidewalk. Not only was it a really large amount of meat, but it also wasn’t bagged, so the officer naturally was suspicious. Our bozo offered up the excuse that he was taking the meat to a friend’s house, but a quick call to a nearby grocery provided the real story. Employees said our bozo simply filled the cart with meat and walked out without paying. Unfortunately he walked directly into the arms of the law.
Bonehead Of The Day #2
- Huff Post: A man who allegedly fled from a traffic stop in southern New Jersey with a police officer inside his car in facing numerous charges.

Florence police tell the Burlington County Times that 19-year-old Randy Eno Mase of Wilmington, Delaware was stopped early Saturday for speeding.

When officers started speaking with Mase, they say he tried to drive off. An officer then entered the car through the driver's side door and tried to stop him, but Mase drove off with the officer still in the vehicle.

A short time later, the officer was able to stop the vehicle.

Mase faces numerous charges, including aggravated assault, eluding and drug charges. He also faces several motor vehicle citations.
Bride Drags Newborn Down The Isle
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Having a baby out of wedlock used to be a real issue, but for one couple, their newborn became just another fashion accessory on their big day. Shona Carter-Brooks married Jonathan Brooks last month but the Tennessee couple is making the news after pictures of Shona walking down the aisle stirred up some controversy, because their newborn Aubrey rode down the aisle on her dress' train.

After getting some serious backlash, the bride took to her Facebook to defend her and hubby's choice. "Media Media I see how it works regardless the situation or purpose people gone have something negative to say!" Shona wrote. "The answer is we do what we want, when we want, as long as Jesus on our side everything worked out fine and gona continue to be fine." "Our 1 month old was awake and well secured on my train," Carter-Brooks added in a second post. "Most important while yall got ya feelings in us we had our hearts in Christ which covers all!!" In fact, Shona is proud of the attention she's gotten. "So keep ya mouths running for it was just that Exclusive and Epic enough we made top blog way from small town Ripley, TN and the social media doing what they do, TALK!!!!"

In fact, at least one guest said the baby being dragged down the aisle made them emotional. "Shona and Johnathan Brooks your wedding was super perfect from the groom and his men and you and your diva's baby you rock the gown and the princess tagging behind you it brought tears to my eyes," Pamela Stone said.  "Regardless of anybody else dream your's came true. I loved it and thank you for inviting me."





  • James Purefoy (“Rome,” “The Following”) – 50
  • Tristan Rogers  (“General Hospital”) – 68
  • The late Josephine Baker (1906 – 1975)
  • The late Ellen Corby (Grandma Walton on “The Waltons”) (1911 – 1999)
  • The late Tony Curtis (1925 – 2010)…he would have been 89
  • The late Colleen Dewhurst (“A Moon for the Misbegotten,” “Anne of Green Gables,” “Murphy Brown”) (1924 – 1991)…she would have been 90



  • Mott the Hoople’s Ian Hunter – 75
  • Lyfe Jennings – 41
  • Stereophonics’ Kelly Jones – 40
  • Slayer’s Kerry King (FAST FACT: He played a guitar solo on the Beastie Boys’ "No Sleep till Brooklyn.") – 50
  • Jamie O’Neal – 48
  • Suzi Quatro – 64
  • Deniece Williams – 64
  • The late Curtis Mayfield (1942 – 1999)…he would have been 72



  • Newsman Anderson Cooper – 47
  • Game show host and author Chuck Barris – 85
  • The late beatnik poet Allen Ginsberg (National Book Award recipient who is best known for “Howl,” a controversial 1956 poetic work. His other notable works include “Reality Sandwiches,” “Iron Horse,” and “White Shroud Poems”) (1926 – 1997)…he would have been 88



Video Of The Day:

 I love Seth McFarlane, I also really enjoy The Graham Norton Show.. This is pretty good.