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After the 6:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat wondered about the new found popularity of cassette tapes, especially in England (runs 6:56)…..








After the 8:30 news, Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art and the decision of what to do about your aging dog that needs care (runs 6:17)…..





Coming Soon…  Reese’s Chocolate Lovers Cups and Reese’s Peanut Butter Lovers Cups

a close up of food: As a society, we are never going to agree on one of the world’s most pressing issues: what should the proper chocolate-to-peanut-butter ratio be in a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup? Despite this reality that we have to accept, Hershey’s is making the debate a bit more civil with the release of Reese’s Chocolate Lovers and Reese’s Peanut Butter Lovers cups.




What do you find when you clean out your wallet… old receipts, old business cards, expired coupons… but probably not this…..

March 25 (UPI) — A Maryland man cleaning out his overstuffed wallet made a valuable discovery: a winning lottery ticket worth $1.2 million.

The 50-year-old Randallstown man said he frequently plays the Multi-Match game, but he only checks his tickets every month or two when his wallet becomes overfilled with the slips.

The man told Maryland Lottery officials he had heard someone won a major Multi-Match jackpot in his area, but he didn’t want to jinx it by checking his ticket too soon.

The player said he finally decided to check his tickets when two months passed without anyone claiming the jackpot. His wallet contained several winning tickets, including the $1.2 million jackpot.

“My heart was beating real fast,” the man said.

He said he was in disbelief about the win until he saw his name on the giant check at Maryland Lottery headquarters.

“I see my name right there. It’s real,” he said. “Not a bad investment from an $8 ticket.”

The man said he plans to use his winnings to pay off his debts, take a vacation and buy a home in the country.





PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Naked bicyclists say they were so cold riding around Philadelphia last September that this year they’ll do it in August.

Organizers of the annual Philly Naked Bike Ride say they’ve “ridden in chilly weather” the last two Septembers so this time they’ll saddle up Aug. 24 and “hope it’s a scorcher!”

The nude ride was Sept. 8 last year and Sept. 9 the year before that, with temperatures reaching only about 70 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius).

Participants in the ride can go as bare as they dare.   Some of the cyclists wore their birthday suits accentuated with body paint or glitter while others wore underwear or masks.   They pedaled past sights including Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.




Why did the judge order this man not to drink Pepsi…..

WAILUKU, Hawaii (AP) — A Hawaii man has been ordered not to drink his favorite soft drink during four years of probation on a car theft conviction.

Judge Rhonda Loo imposed the restriction last week while sentencing 21-year-old Christopher Montilliano Jr., The Maui News reported Saturday.

Montilliano lied to police when he was arrested with the car in Maui last June, Loo said in court.   Montilliano told officers that his cousin had allowed him to drive the car and that he was on his way to buy soft drinks.

The judge issued the order for him to not drink Pepsi PEP, +0.11%  for four years after he told her it was his favorite soft drink.

“It’s the Pepsi deprivation syndrome,” she said.

Loo also sentenced Montilliano to 100 hours of community service and a $100 fine.




Wake Up Song of the Day:   The Walker Brothers “The Sun Ain’t Gonna Shine Anymore”.   Scott Walker died last Friday at age 76.


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