WSGW Tuesday Morning Time with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..




After the 6:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat, and intern James, had comments about now former Michigan Basketball Coach John Beilein (runs 8:44)…..




After the 7:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat talked AGAIN about the possibility of auto insurance reform and another perspective offered (runs 6:24)…..

Here is the Crain’s Detroit Business article by Chad Livengood referenced




After the 8:30 news, Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art talked about the Wednesday “Listen to the Mrs.” cooking contest at The Maytag Store, “Summer Salad Spectacular” (runs 5:06)…..


Also, after the 8:30 news, Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art had a quick story about our young intern from CMU with us, James, who offered a funny comment to put in perspective the generational differences we have when we are all together (runs 1:23)…..



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If you are going to be successful in politics, sometimes you have to advertise where the voters are online…..

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — While most of the candidates for Denmark’s general election are making good use of the internet, posting their promises on websites and social media, one has gone a step further.

Joachim B. Olsen, an Olympic shot put silver medalist who has been a member of the Folketing for the center-right Liberal Alliance since 2011 placed an ad bearing the party logo and encouraging people to vote for him on one of the world’s top adult websites, Pornhub.

On his official Facebook profile, Olsen confirmed that he was responsible for the ad: “Yes, it’s me on Pornhub.

Olsen told Denmark’s B.T. newspaper Sunday that “election campaigns are serious … but there must also be some humor.”

The June 5 elections are being held on schedule at the end of the parliament’s four-year term.



Wake Up Song of the Day:   Doris Day “Que Sera, Sera“.   Doris passed away early yesterday at age 97.

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