A man was arrested for doing am impression of Mongo from Blazing Saddles after he was ejected from a Philadelphia Eagles game. Meanwhile, more details are emerging about the family who kept their kids locked up for years. Plus, the Pope had to take on extra duties during a flight recently.
A baby was found abandoned on a changing table at an airport in Arizona. Meanwhile, more details are emerging about the California couple who kept their kids locked away for years. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will change your life this month.
A man in England learned you should never hold in a sneeze. Meanwhile, Garry sees parallels between The Bachelor and the MeToo movement. Plus, Garry checks in with Jason Johnson from ProjectK9Hero.org to talk about his appearance on Shark Tank and talks bout the great work they do to help animals after they have retired.
Mark Wahlberg of all people finds himself in the center of the debate over gender pay equality all of a sudden. Meanwhile, Garry has set the goal of becoming the spokesperson for a new product that will be critically important in the future. Plus, H & M is re-thinking their design for a new hoodie.
There seems to be the beginnings of a sea lion uprising on the west coast. Meanwhile, Garry thinks we should stop talking about UFO sightings until there is some better proof after an incident in Colombia. Plus, a heroic whale saved a marine biologist from a potential shark attack.
A driver called 911 to turn in a drunk driver he was intimately familiar with: Himself. Meanwhile, a security guard in Ireland lost his job because he could not take his eyes off of his phone and missed a robbery. Plus, Pope Francis is being extremely welcoming of new mothers at the Vatican.
The city of Chicago is cracking down on homeless people, which brings Garry back to his plan of using them for security jobs. Meanwhile, another eclipse is on the way after the world struggled to recover from the eclipse last year. Plus, an airline passenger fed up with delays climbed out onto the wing in protest.
A Brooklyn mother was shocked when she picked her son up from his school and both of the 6-year-old student's arms were broken. Meanwhile, the TV are resorting to some pretty lame stunts to try and hook viewers after the holidays. Plus, a man in China paid $11,000 to buy a new car, all in coins.
New Years broadcasts were predictably embarrassing, no matter which network you decided to watch. Meanwhile, there was been a rash of birds finding their way into places you definitely do not want them to be. Plus, a homeless person came to the rescue in a house fire in Las Vegas.
A family received an angry note from a neighbor because they decided not to decorate their house for Christmas and Garry had his own similar experience. Meanwhile, a man upset with employees at a local fast food restaurant decided pulling a gun on staffers would improve service. Plus, there is already some disagreement between the British Royal Family and their newest addition.
Garry has an idea for a New Years Eve countdown special that might actually be worth watching. Meanwhile, some people in New York woke up on Christmas Eve to find a giant four story threat to their manhood on a nearby building. Plus, teens in Ohio are being charged for throwing a sandbag off of an overpass that killed a driver.
New rules suggest the city of Chicago is not embracing Garry's suggested rule of allowing police officers of free tasing per day. If you have some disposable income, a house in California is on the market for $500 million. Plus, a store in England has already put out Easter decorations.
A pre-Christmas mall brawl in Florida was caught on tape has gone viral, with even Santa jumping into the act. Meanwhile, a lawyer will be joining his client in jail after an impromptu conjugal visit. Plus, Garry checks in with Alan Dalinka from Mouseplanet.com, after Disney raked in a fortune from the release of Star Wars The Last Jedi.
Newly released data looks at the most popular and also the most hated Christmas songs. Meanwhile, in 2017 we dodged at least six different potential world-ending events. Plus, there may be something to Garry's theory of visiting stores where winning lottery tickets are sold to get some of the mojo.
Garry has noticed that people seem to have dedicated themselves to more elaborate Christmas displays than usual and thinks it might be a reaction to the stress 2017 has brought us. Meanwhile, a joke on a pizza box cost someone their job. Plus, Garry checks in with Joe Kane from Treetime as we enter the home stretch before Christmas.
When you put some thought into the song "Frosty The Snowman," it's a little disturbing. Meanwhile, a family has gotten into the Christmas spirit by creating a Lego version of the story from A Christmas Story. Plus, you may have to pay more for a steak to fight global warming.
Garry has an observation about the Victoria's Secret show. Plus, Garry checks in with tech expert Dan Fedor and Reshma Saujani, the Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology.
It may not seem like it, but we've almost crossed the rubicon on winter and the days will soon start getting longer again. Meanwhile, a woman learned the hard way that you should always look at posted signs around parking spots before smoking marijuana in your car. Plus, for the first time in a while a child found their way into one of those claw machines.
A listener thinks Garry's "Nativity On Wheels" is an idea whose time has come. Meanwhile, a woman's German Shepard seems to have figured out how to drive a car and that's just the beginning of the interesting dog stories. Plus, a Santa in Pennsylvania has gotten in trouble because oh his exposed tattoos.
A town in Ohio is dealing with a real life Grinch, who is going around town cutting peoples Christmas lights. Meanwhile, a mom who was tired of her packages being stolen from in front of her house came up with a stinky solution. Plus, a flight had to make an emergency landing for reasons all of us can identify with.