Garry checks in with Rita Kreslin the Executive Director of the Alliance Against Intoxicated Motorists. Meanwhile, a Chicago Police officer is in hot water for taking a very special passenger on a joy ride in his squad car. Plus, you might want to keep a detailed manifest of the gifts at your wedding.
If you've flown recently, it's a pretty good bet you've left some money at the TSA check point. Meanwhile, a bear did an impression of a classic TV commercial. Plus, Vienna has come up with a way to make subway rides more enjoyable.
A listener shares a story of losing their sibling in response to a segment Garry did on the radio. Meanwhile, a dairy farmer in Ireland proposed to his girlfriend in a way that only a dairy farmer can. Plus, Garry wonders why anyone would want to host an orgy.
A company is offering you $1,000 to put down your cell phone. Meanwhile, there are zebras on the loose. Plus, Alan Dalinka with MousePlanet.com joined Garry to share his thoughts on Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and the latest goings on at Disney.
Garry shares his interview with actor and singer Gianni Russo, who played Carlo Rizzi in the 1972 film The Godfather. Meanwhile, a professional basketball player got good news and bad news when the results of his drug test came back.
A woman went on a social media tirade against child-less millennials taking up space at Disney World. Meanwhile, a listener warns Garry that time travel might not be such a good idea. Plus, a man tried to sneak a unique souvenir through a TSA check point
Seniors may be a danger on the road because of smart features in cars these days. Meanwhile, you're going to need a scorecard to know what to call things in Berkeley, California. Plus, a new way for men to keep cool.
Garry checks in with Chicago Tribune Cartoonist Scott Stantis. Meanwhile, a listener disagrees with last week's story of bans on cat de-clawing. Plus, the heat wave in Europe continues, and for the most part they are living without air conditioning.
A stranger chased after a man with a weed wacker after a dispute. Meanwhile, Garry wonders about the logistics of banning someone from a theme park. Plus, emotional support animals have gotten out of control.
There are signs out there that people just don't take their jobs as seriously as they used to. Meanwhile, people still can't seem to put the fireworks away for the summer. Plus, a restaurant in India is going above and beyond to help clean up their community.
A listener sent Garry a story that would suggest carnival rides need a little more testing before they take passengers. Meanwhile, a train ride in Bangladesh can be an adventure. Plus, people are finding new and creative ways to destroy brain cells.
Chicago is a little too enthusiastic about the alligator that was sighted in a local lake and the guy who ultimately caught it. Meanwhile, a grandma had an interesting addition to her luggage at LaGuardia. Plus, Garry continues to be confused by Doggy Doors.
This week is the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, and some other Astronauts had some impressive accomplishments that are often overlooked. Meanwhile, it's not a good idea to climb on board an amusement park ride in India. Plus, authorities in Alabama are worried about "Meth Gators"
An alligator has shown up in a pond in Chicago, and people can't quite handle it. Meanwhile, it's never a good idea to travel in a homemade vehicle. Plus, more details are emerging about the brawl at the happiest place on Earth.
There is yet another story about an armored truck failing at its one task, but there's a new angle. Garry was once threatened by Rush Limbaugh. Plus, video is circulating of an airliners engine falling apart mid-air.
Listener Matt defends himself from accusations that he's trying to make a move on Leslie. Meanwhile, there was a road rage story for the ages in the state you might expect. Plus, the last Beetle has rolled out of the assembly plant.
There seems to be an alarming increase in the number of crazy stories at fast food restaurants. Meanwhile, a Texas woman decided it was a good idea to lick an ice cream container and put it back in a store freezer. Plus, shoplifting has become a group activity in Wisconsin.
Yet another strange bear story has come out of Russia, and this one also strains credibility. Meanwhile, people did some absolutely insane things to entertain themselves before the Internet was invented. Plus, new and exciting uses for plastic bottles.
Telemarketing services are leaving a lot to be desired these days. Meanwhile, a woman in Pennsylvania got into a bit of a kerfuffle over breast feeding in a pizzeria. Plus, according to new data, couples who smell together stay together
Garry checks in with newspaper columnist and money reporter Ilyce Glink. Meanwhile, lawmakers in Texas are trying to do something about porch pirates. Plus, a criminal found a creative new use for a popular food item.