More tips for attracting a man from 1958. Meanwhile, Jimmy Dean Sausages has come up with a unique way to make their product a part of your holiday celebration. Plus, a man involved in a Moon conspiracy theory has died under mysterious circumstances.
A Ford dealership in California was forced to apologize for a fire-themed ad they ran recently. Meanwhile, a drunk woman's car was impounded with something very important left behind. Plus, many people view tattoos as works of art, but some may be taking it too far.
A new survey suggests the #MeToo era may be the end of holiday parties at work. Meanwhile, the search for aliens continues but it might be better if we never find them. Plus, Garry checks in with Alan Dalinka from MousePlanet.com and learns more details about what is happening at Disney for the holidays.
A drunk driver did police (And society) a favor by driving himself to them. Meanwhile, a man won the lottery three times in the same day. Plus, a man in California has come up with a hair-raising and stupid way to spend his free time.
Some listeners have issues with Garry's plan to deal with mass shooters. Plus, Garry marks Veterans Day by sharing his father’s experience from World War II. In 1982, Garry’s father, Frank, sat down with a tape recorder and recalled a 48-hour period of battle in December, 1944 during his service in the U.S. Army under Gen. George Patton.
A man learned the hard way that no good deed goes unpunished when he tried to help a dog on the side of the road. Meanwhile, a woman got a surprising response on flight attendants on her flight when they asked for a doctor and she volunteered. Plus, an important lesson about watching what you eat.
A listener calls out Garry for violating one of his most cherished policies. Meanwhile, there's more evidence that the dead might be trying to get our attention. Plus, old sparky returns to action in Tennessee.
A real estate agent in Florida decided it was a good idea to decorate her yard with skeletons dressed in a rather controversial way. Meanwhile, based on the ratings, ABC should have taken Garry's advice on how to handle Roseanne. Plus, a new study will make you want to wear a hazmat suit the next time you fly on an airplane.
Garry has a new policy for how to deal with scumbags out there in the world. Meanwhile, a recent series of stories suggest some of us could use a refresher on what should and should not be put into body openings. Plus, an amazing name theory example.
An Alabama woman found a stranger in house cooking food and doing laundry. Meanwhile, a costume company is taking some heat for their "Caitlyn Jenner" costume. Plus, a woman in England learned her husband was living an extremely elaborate lie.
A couple on their honeymoon thought a helicopter flight would be a fun adventure, but it became a little too much of an adventure. Meanwhile, teenagers seem to be getting better at planning things these days, but that's not necessarily a good thing. Plus, a Florida woman was arrested for murder, despite a very unique attempt at an explanation.
A new cruise ship company has decided to add a unique feature to their ships. Meanwhile, lottery fever has gripped the nation. Plus, PETA has come out with an unexpected reason to be against drinking milk.
The internet is a marvelous place, except when 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.