The internet is a marvelous place, except with Flat Earthers and Anti-Vaccination folks get together. Meanwhile, an Ohio man's Halloween display had people believing there was an airplane crash in the neighborhood. Plus, a woman in England has come up with a unique and slightly creepy way to remember lost loved ones.
Author and personal finance expert Terry Savage joined Garry to talk about how long we can expect the economy to continue to grow, and also how you can take advantage of it. Plus, Terry also reacts to the Sears bankruptcy.
A high school student decided it was a good idea to give classmates cookies laced with pot and one far more interesting ingredient. Meanwhile, 90% of the world has unattractive feet. Plus, Canadian military members are about to have a lot more fun.
A TV weather forecaster in Minnesota took "Take Your Kid To Work Day" to an entirely new level. Meanwhile, a family argument ended with encased meats being used as weapons, and that's not even the most disturbing family fight story in the news.
Dan Kresach discusses Brain Up, an event this Saturday in honor of his daughter, Olivia, to raise funds for brain cancer.
Hey a woman found a diamond at a diamond park, imagine that.
Are monkeys taking bus driving jobs from humans?
Best thing to do when you successfully remove your ankle monitor....keep it to yourself.
Garry checks in with Rita Kreslin from the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists to talk about a big fundraiser they are doing this fall. Meanwhile, a man was sighted shaving the calluses off of his feet on a commuter train in New Jersey. Plus, a couple's savings was shredded by their two year old.
More evidence has surfaced that there needs to be more paperwork to become a parent. Meanwhile, Play-Doh has come up with a new and slightly disturbing play set. Plus, in addition to Garry's plan to allow police a daily tase, it might be a good idea to give that option to civilians.
Garry has proven once and for all that you can learn how to anything just by searching through YouTube videos. Meanwhile, people in prison have come up with ways of getting things from the outside that would make Red from Shawshank Redemption blush. Plus, there is a right and a wrong way to fly the friendly skies.
Hardcore porn made it's way into an unexpected place up in Canada. Meanwhile, a new story delivers a shocking insight into some people's bedroom fantasies. Plus, a woman was surprised to learn that she had a seat on an airplane, but it was in a very undesirable place.
A married couple learned in a very unique way that they're probably in need of some counseling. Meanwhile, a man learned you should be careful what you pick up when you're at the beach. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will change your life this Fall.
Garry checks in with Chicago TV news anchor Jackie Bange to talk about a charity run/walk in Maggie Daley Park on October 13th for Brainup.ngo. Meanwhile, a couple of ne'er-do-well parents have found their way into the news. Plus, a couple in Maryland got some good news immediately after some bad news.
A radio station has come up with a reason to start playing Christmas music already this year. Meanwhile, a Pennsylvania woman in a tent had a very bad day when her son tried to do something nice for her. Plus, it always pays to make sure you and your doctor are on the same page when it comes to your surgery.
Paul McCartney thinks his first wife Linda may have stopped by for a visit recently. Meanwhile, someone seems to have some unreasoning anger at the Field of Dreams site in Iowa. Plus, more stories for the GarrForce Commission on Lottery Winnings to consider.
A listener has questions about the woman who accidentally lit dynamite that was in her basement instead of a candle. Meanwhile, a student in England says women are dirtier than men in bed. Plus, Garry checks in with Alan Dalinka and Adrienne Vincent-Phoenix from MousePlanet.com and learns about what is happening at Disney for the holidays.
New coverage of Hurricane Florence on the east coast has gotten to be a little bit over the top. Meanwhile, the return of paddling at schools brings up some interesting conundrums. Plus, an Ohio man was trapped in his car in his garage for more than thirteen hours.
Garry meets Clinical Psychologist and sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus. Meanwhile, an apartment available for rent has a unique layout that could be problematic for some people, but could also be a tremendous time-saver. Plus, another lottery winner for the board's consideration.
It turns out luxury clothing items go through great lengths to make sure you won't find their products in thrift stores. Meanwhile, a family who got a dog to deal with the stress of surviving the Las Vegas mass shooting didn't have the happy ending you would have expected. Plus, it's getting more expensive to travel with your car.
Dominos Pizza in Russia learned that hard way that the draw of free pizzas is far stronger than one would think. Meanwhile, a Florida man had the shortest and most spectacularly disastrous employment stint of all time. Plus, a school resource officer in Ohio is taking some heat for coming up with a creative use for a taser.
If you're not getting enough sleep, you probably won't be sticking around for very long. Meanwhile, a man had a bug in his computer, but it isn't exactly what you might think. Plus, a new way to keep bears away from your home.