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WSGW Morning Team Show: September 25, 2019

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

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The WSGW OnLine Color Tour Contest is Underway!!!!!

 

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     “Forest Bathing” (runs 7:06)…..
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Based on the transcript of President Trump’s phone conversation with the Ukrainian president, should an impeachment inquiry continue or stop before it starts?

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Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     Troubling times in Ann Arbor (runs 4:37)…..
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Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     Woman Bites a Camel and “Ecocide” (runs 4:59)…..
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TV History Tomorrow Night…..
NEW YORK (AP) – That familiar “cha-CHUNG“ sound effect from the opening credits of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit“ this Thursday will signal the debut of a new season and something else – TV history.
The show’s 21st season launch makes it the longest running prime-time live-action series in U.S. TV history and will finally fulfill a goal that eluded show creator Dick Wolf nine years ago with another TV series.   His hope now?   Twenty-five seasons, of course.   “You keep pushing the goal posts back because you don’t get dealt these hands very often, obviously,“ Wolf says.
The Mariska Hargitay-led “SVU“ now pulls out ahead of “Gunsmoke“ and the original “Law & Order,“ which are tied with 20. “Gunsmoke“ still has more total number of episodes, while “The Simpsons,“ an animated prime-time series, exceeds them both.
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Wake Up Song of the Day:     The Grateful Dead “Truckin’“.   Lyricist Robert Hunter is dead at 78.   He wrote many of the Grateful Dead songs and was inducted with the group into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.   “Truckin'” is a song he wrote.

 

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