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WSGW Morning Team Show: October 2, 2019 (Friday)

More wet weather today on the WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..










Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     Esports continues to make news, including from London, where you can work toward your esports “masters” degree (runs 5:32)…..









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From CBS News:   New York City’s anti-discrimination policy warns against terms like “illegal alien”…..








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The Detroit Free Press has a story warning Michigan hunters about catching TB from deer






Football Rules the TV Ratings Last Week…..

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Here are the top ten prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for September 23-29.   Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership:
1.  NFL Football: Dallas at New Orleans, NBC, 24.1 million.
2.  NFL Football: Philadelphia at Green Bay, Fox, 17.9 million.
3.  “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick,“ NBC, 16.54 million.
4.  “NCIS,“ CBS, 12.58 million.
5.  “60 Minutes,“ CBS, 11.8 million.
6.  “Football Night in America,“ NBC, 12.26 million.
7.  “Thursday Night NFL Pre-Kick,“ Fox, 10.12 million.
8.  NFL Football: Chicago at Washington, ESPN, 10.61 million.
9.  “The Voice,“ NBC, 8.94 million.
10.  “FBI,“ CBS, 8.83 million.










Are they sure it wasn’t a rat in the White House Briefing Room…..

WASHINGTON (AP) – A mouse fell out of the White House ceiling Tuesday and onto a surprised reporter, creating much scrambling, screaming and snark.

Peter Alexander, White House correspondent for NBC News, was the initial victim.   He tweeted: “In other news: A mouse literally fell out of the ceiling in our White House booth and landed on my lap.“

A small army of reporters, producers and cameramen unsuccessfully went on the hunt in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in hopes of shooing the little thing away midmorning.

The event created a social media stir. NBC News reporter Shannon Pettypiece tweeted: “The most excitement in the White House briefing room in months.“   Supporters and detractors of the president quickly weighed in via Twitter to give their interpretation, much of it unkind.




Wake Up Song of the Day:     Freddie Jackson “You Are My Lady“.   Freddie is 63.


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