Rich Keefe goes around the country and highlights some of the odder stories from Black Friday, including one guy who left his infant child in the car and a woman who attacked another shopper with a stun gun.
Labeled “Mr. Soundbite” by Rich, sometimes it’s hard to understand what Aqib Talib is saying. The game is simple: Rich reveals the duration of the audio clip, and it’s up to Fred and Wallach to guess how many times he says “mayne.”
It’s another Wiggy Tuesday, and as always Michael Felger has 10 questions ready to go for the former Patriots tight end.
Tuesday’s story featured a woman who walked into the Wal Mart bathroom and found a naked man standing in front of the mirror “taking care of business.” Did this story happen in El Paso, Tulsa or Birmingham?
Aqib Talib likes to use the word “man” a lot (even though it sounds more like ‘mane’), so we played audio clips of him speaking and had to guess how many times he says it in ‘The Mane Event.’
There are places on this planet that are less than desirable according to the local news – and some are even in this country. So Toucher & Rich are doing their best to warn you about these “Armpits of America.”
Using the CBS Local Audio Roadshow app, listeners left us their old timey radio calls from 1918 that don’t exist.
Someone recently told me “you know, women are just not very funny.” I told her she was wrong, but there is a theory floating around that men are funnier than women. Adam Carolla, comedian, radio […]
Kudos to Kara Baskin of the Boston Globe for her recent piece entitled, “Taking Parenting to Extremes: For Those Caught in the Mommy Wars Cross Fire, a Wish List.”
Jokes that might be funny another time often don’t pass muster under the klieg lights of a presidential campaign.