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WSGW Morning Team Show: August 14, 2019 (Wednesday)

The Middle of the Week WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

 

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     The proposed Delta College Observatory (runs 3:19)….

 

 

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     The Big Tree Hunt (runs 3:40)…..
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New WSGW OnLine Poll for YOU…..

WSGW OnLine Poll: Schools and “Balanced Calendars”

 

 

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Pranksters Leaving Old Televisions on Porches in Virginia
Pranksters in television masks leave old TVs on Virginia porches
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Family Feud!   A father says his son can’t use his name
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) – A South Carolina personal injury lawyer known for his ads has won an order keeping his son from using their shared name to market a competing law firm.
The Post and Courier reports that a federal judge says George Sink Jr. cannot use that name in any sort of marketing until an arbitrator considers the matter.
George Sink Sr. fired his son in February, nearly a year after he began working for George Sink P.A. Personal Injury Lawyers.   Days later, Sink Jr. opened George Sink II Law Firm.
Judge David Norton’s temporary order Friday said the names and logos are confusingly similar.   He says the older firm has spent “an exorbitant amount of money“ on ads, and it wouldn’t be fair to let the son benefit from that marketing.
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Famous Fortnite Teen is “Swatted”…..
POTTSGROVE, Pa. (AP) – The Pennsylvania teen who won $3 million as the first Fortnite World Cup solo champion had armed police show up at his house.
Kyle Giersdorf was livestreaming on Saturday when he was “swatted,“ a prank that aims to prompt police and SWAT teams to respond to fake emergencies.
Upper Pottsgrove Police Cpl. Albert Werner told USA Today a caller told police “he was Kyle and said he had shot his father multiple times.“ Police called the home before entering and the teen’s father said everything was fine.   Werner says the call came from outside the country.
The 16-year-old Giersdorf told his fellow gamers it was scary.  
A phony 911 call led to the death of a Kansas man two years ago.   The caller was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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Wake Up Song of the Day:     Larry Graham “One in a Million You“.   Larry is 73.   This is a great solo effort, after years with Sly and the Family Stone and his own “Graham Central Station”.

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