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WSGW Morning Team Show: July 8, 2019 (Monday)

It’s a Monday on the WSGW Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU….

 

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Join WSGW and Enjoy Great Lakes Loons Baseball fun Tonight with Mike Avery, along with Art Lewis!

Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art with a suggestion for Mike and Art when Mike is throwing out the first pitch, but Art doesn’t seem to be very interested (runs 1:17)…..

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Charlie and Dave and Art talk  “Outdoor Night with Mike Avery at the Great Lakes Loons”, Detroit Tigers at the All-Star Break, and Charlie’s Little League All-Star baseball (runs 8:09)…..
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Charlie and Dave and Pat followed up on a news story indicating 1 in 4 workers say they will “never” retire, and how some financial advice seems to be out of the norm for the average American (runs 6:59)…..
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Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art with Pat’s Wimbledon prediction gone wrong (runs 2:53)…..
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How about this for a very special wedding anniversary celebration…..
ATLANTA (AP) _ Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, are marking their 73rd wedding anniversary, approaching George and Barbara Bush as the longest-married presidential couple in U.S. history.
The Carters married July 7, 1946, in a Methodist church in their hometown of Plains, Georgia, when he was 21 and she was 18.
The Bushes wed January 6, 1945.   They had been married 73 years and 111 days when Barbara Bush died in April 2018.
On Valentine’s Day this year, the Carters were caught on the “Kiss Cam“ at the Atlanta Hawks game.
The Carters have three sons, one daughter, eight grandsons, three granddaughters and two great-grandsons.
Carter, a Democrat, was president 1977-81.   He is 94.   George H.W. Bush, a Republican, was president 1989-93.   He was 94.
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It’s  a longtime tradition, but this year, doesn’t seem to be getting the attention is has in the past…..
PAMPLONA, Spain (AP) – Spanish officials say the second day of bull runs at the San Fermin festival has left four people injured, including one who was gored.
Toms Belzunegui, a spokesman with the regional hospital in Pamplona, says three runners have head injuries or severe bruises.   Red Cross spokesman Jos Aldaba says another runner was gored in the back.   It wasn’t immediately clear how serious the goring was.
The six bulls from the Cebada Gago ranch, which is known for raising ferocious beasts, were surrounded by tame cattle for most of the 930-yard (850-meter) route to the bullring, leaving runners scrambling for limited space close to their horns.
The race lasted 2 minutes and 23 seconds. Eight bull runs are held in the northern city every July.
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Wake Up Song of the Day:      “Tomorrow” from “Annie”.    Martin Charnin passed away at age 84.   He was a broadway director and lyricist who won a Tony Award for his score for “Annie” starring Andrea McArdle who sings this song.

 

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