WSGW Morning Team Show:   November 4, 2022  (Friday)

It’s the WSGW Friday Morning Team with YOU and Charlie and Denyse and YOU…..



New Rocket Grab Plus Launch for YOU…..







Usually on Friday mornings, Charlie talks with Voice of SVSU Football, J.J. Boehm, for an update on Cardinals football.   J.J. is off this week to attend his brother’s wedding.

SVSU plays at Northern Michigan tomorrow.   Broadcast time 12:30pm for a 1:00pm kick on 100.5 NewsRadio WSGW and online at  (click on “WSGW Local Sports Stream”).

One home game remains next weekend, November 12.   It will be Senior Day and Military Appreciation Game.

Click for Link to SVSU Football Information and Tickets.








Weekend Events and Activities  (runs 7:56)…..








Charlie and Denyse and Pat and YOU:     Yes, this is the time change weekend, but does it really bother you, and how many more of these time changes will we have to do anyway   (runs 4:49)…..










Charlie and Denyse and Pat and YOU:     Not that Charlie wants to ruin a “storybook” Detroit Red Wings moment, but…  (runs 2:40)…..








Charlie and Denyse and Pat and YOU:     Instead of just a regular Christmas Tree stand, how about a Miller Light Christmas Tree Keg Stand  (runs 3:01)…..

Here is link to find out more and order

Miller Lite Tree Keg








Charlie and Denyse and Pat and YOU:     John Cougar Mellencamp releases a reissue of one of his most popular albums  (runs 4:14)…..

Link for “Scarecrow” album info and to order






Charlie and Denyse and Pat and YOU:     An update on that video from London of traffic having to avoid runaway Christmas ornaments as it turns out they were not ornaments and the video we have today is better  (runs


Storm blows away Mount Kimbie’s art installation in central London








November 3 (UPI) — A lottery winner in China donned a mascot costume to claim his $30.6 million lottery jackpot in order to keep his wife and children from finding out about the prize.

The Guangxi Welfare Lottery said the man, identified only by the pseudonym Li, said he has been playing the lottery for about 10 years and normally uses the numbers 02-15-19-26-27-29-02.

    The man recently spent $11 to buy 40 tickets bearing his lucky numbers for the same drawing, and each ticket ended up winning $765,000, for a total of about $30.6 million.

    Li showed up to collect his prize wearing a bright yellow cartoon mascot costume. He said he wanted to keep his jackpot a secret from his family.

    “I have not told my wife or children. I am concerned that they might feel superior to other people and will not work or study hard in future,” Li told lottery officials.

    Li donated some of his winnings to a lottery fund that supports vulnerable communities in China. He said he does not yet have plans for the rest of the money.


    PHOTO:   Courtesy of the Guangxi Welfare Lottery

    A father from Guangxi, China, donned a yellow mascot costume to collect his $30.6 million lottery jackpot because he wanted to keep the prize a secret from his family. Photo courtesy of the Guangxi Welfare Lottery












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    Wake Up Song of the Day:     Men at Work “Who Can It Be Now“.   It’s the Friday Flashback Song!   We “Flash Back” in 10-20-30-40-50 year increments to find Number One Songs at this time that are still remembered today, along with the artists and groups that perform.   Or, Number One Songs that are long forgotten, along with the artists and groups that perform.      The band from Australia won a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1983.   At this time, 40 years ago in 1982, Men at Work hit #1 for 1 week with this song.



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