Show Notes for Saturday March 9 & Sunday March 10, 2019

Show Notes for Saturday March 9 & Sunday March 10, 2019

Today we visit with Kim Gaeblin with Bil-Jac (dog food & dog treats)
We will talk about some pet tips that can help you this spring!
Bil-Jac Treats Available Here -

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thank you to
March 9
National Barbie Day
National Crabmeat Day
National Meatball Day
National Get Over it Day

March 10
National Mario Day
National Blueberry Popover Day
National Pack Your Lunch Day
National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day
Daylight Saving Time

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A new study by the University of Rochester found that “dad jokes” build strong relationships between parents and kids. (

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A Florida mayor charged with illegally practicing medicine shot at police when they came to arrest him early Thursday morning. The Tampa Bay Times reported that Port Richey Mayor Dale Massad was being served a warrant by a SWAT team at his home around 4:40 a.m. on Thursday when two shots were fired from within the house. “He’s lucky he’s not dead,” Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco said at a press conference following the incident. The sheriff added that the mayor “may face multiple charges of attempted homicide on law enforcement officers.” Tampa’s WTSP news station reported that during the press conference, Nocco accused the mayor of being a “known drug user” and dealer. The sheriff said, “He was a drug dealer. He had drugs in his house.” Sheriff Nocco also added that he brought out the SWAT team because “we knew it was going to be a very dangerous situation.” (

HBO has released the trailer for the final season of Game of Thrones.

ABC News was the highest rated News Show last month, extending their lead to three straight years. (

South Park co-creator Trey Parker has filed for divorce from his wife.
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Popeyes has unveiled a “Mardis Gras Bead Box” that allows people to wear a box of chicken around their necks. ( New Biodegradable Mardi Gras Beads Could Save Thousands of Tons of Trash From Landfills

A video has gone viral of a handcuffed criminal climbing out a window at a Wisconsin police station after cops left him alone in an interrogation room.

A Georgia police DUI expert is accused of driving while impaired.

A stray mongrel dog that was taken off the streets of India has beaten out a host of pure breeds to become the nation’s top sniffing hound. (

A video has gone viral of a carnival performer in Rio who was dressed as Michael Jackson. (

One of the accusers in the Michael Jackson documentary, “Leaving Neverland,” has set up a non-profit where he can accept donations from sympathetic fans. Wade Robson testified on Michael’s behalf in a 2005 court case and said he never touched him. Now he’s accusing him in a documentary

A video has gone viral of an avalanche dumping 300 feet of snow onto a Colorado highway. (

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Frozen Lobsters Can Come Back to Life. If you love a good lobster roll, watch out: you may be a fan of zombie flesh without even realizing it. Frozen lobsters have also been known to spring back to life after after an overnight freeze. The Connecticut-based company Trufresh stumbled upon the phenomenon after freezing its live lobsters in a minus-40 degree chemical; once the creatures thawed out, it was undeniable—they were still alive.


Sarmassophobia… Fear of love play

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According to a criminal complaint, in violation of a health-department measles quarantine, a Brookfield man and his wife were charged after visiting a local health club. Jeffery Murawski told a deputy he hid in his car while his wife drove him to Gold's Gym in Waukesha — so he would not be spotted by another deputy stationed outside his house to keep him from leaving. Although the alleged incident took place ten months ago, 58-year-old Christine Bennett and 57-year-old Murawski were charged with one count each of exposing the public to communicable disease, a misdemeanor, on March 1st in court. Murawski was ordered to be quarantined in his home 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until he was either deemed non-contagious by Health and Human Services or until May 7th. (
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Transportation Security Administration officials said that a man tried to fly back to Florida with a military rocket-propelled grenade launcher at Lehigh Valley International Airport on Monday. The man, from St. Augustine, had it in his checked bag. The TSA says the man’s bag triggered an alarm while going through the checked baggage security equipment. When TSA officers opened it, they found unassembled parts of a military rocket-propelled grenade launcher and a grenade inside. The bag also contained the weapon’s barrel, trigger, and sights. The man, who was detained by police for questioning, told officials that he thought he could bring the grenade launcher on the flight in a checked bag. Officials confiscated the items and the man was able to catch his flight to Orlando Sanford International Airport. Officials determined that components of the device could be assembled, but it was not a functioning launcher and the grenade was a realistic replica. No realistic or replica weapons of military nature are allowed to be brought onto airplanes. (

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