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February 12th, 2015
Today on WJ

5AM (1):

-         Did you buy the winning Power Ball ticket in Texas last night? If so, please contact us for details on how to distribute your funds.

-         Instead of a Sleep Number bed, why not a Sleep Letter bed? “F” would be our letter, of course.

-         The Republicans are basically looking for another Mitt Romney.

5AM (2):

-         Here’s another sign that Brian Williams is done: Charlie Sheen has come out in support of the ‘genius’ of the anchor.

-         60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon was killed in a car crash yesterday.

6AM (1):

-         If Barack is so powerful, why did he ask for the permission of Congress to “go to war” against ISIS?

-         All the freedoms you’ve enjoyed on the Internet may come to a screeching hault in a matter of weeks.

-         Emails

-         According to reports, the killer of Chris Kyle is concerned about getting a fair trial.

6AM (2):

-         The winning Power Ball ticket was sold in the North Texas town of Princeton.

-         This day in history: Back in the day, jazz was for junkies, not regular people.

6AM (3):

-         Parody: Have you seen check out The Real Housewives of ISIS?

-         There were three winners of the Power Ball jackpot last night. The grand total of the prize: $560 million.

-         Calling sports games on the radio is nothing like it used to be with the aid of computers.

6AM (4):

-         Have you done your tax preparations yet? In the end, the IRS is coming to take your money whether you like it or not.

-         According to reports, Harry Carry was so bored with the game of baseball that he would pre-record some of his segments and hit the bar on his downtime.

7AM (1)

-         The fact that a large portion of Texas liberals are ready for Hillary is disturbing.

-         Did you hear Paul McCartney’s collaboration with Rihanna during the Grammy’s?

7AM (2):

-         Is Obama already way ahead of the vote on Net Neutrality?

-         The MSM is refusing to cover the vote on Net Neutrality.

-         The problem in America is that everybody wants everyone else to do something.

7AM (3):

-         Audio: Charles Barkley has a good perspective on life.

-         According to entertainment sites, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton had an argument at the Grammys.

-         Do yourself a favor and never listen to Bob Dylan’s new album. It’s obvious that if his name wasn’t attached to it, no one would care.

7AM (4):

-         60 Minutes reporter Bob Simon has died in a car crash.

-         How much of a rise in rear-end accidents has there been since texting became prevalent? The number is a staggering 83 percent.

-         Audio: People come to the government to “feed their souls.” What kind of disillusioned person would believe this?

8AM (1):

-         Parody: Blessed is the government! Have you shown your respect today?

-         February the 26th,the FCC will hold a vote amongst themselves to determine the fate of the Internet.

-         Back in the 70s, there was no free lunch program.

8AM (2):

-         Audio: LA liberal can’t believe that a Chinatown food stand is selling frozen coons.

-         A Republican politician from Montana wants to institute a ban on all yoga pants.

8AM (3):

-         Parody: Have you checked out The Real Housewives of ISIS?

-         Are you tired of the run-of-the-mill chocolates that you can get at CVS? A chocolate company has now produced a powder available in snortable form.

-         Tom Benson made a multi-million dollar donation to the Football Hall of Fame to allow them to rebuild their stadium. Of course this means the stadium will be renamed in his honor.

-         Truth be known, most professional football players would rather do away with pre-season games in order to avoid unnecessary injuries.

8AM (4):

-         Parody: What would happen is Sharia Law came to the US?

-         This day in history: 53 years ago today a Barbie doll could be bought for $3.

9AM (1):

-         If you travel to San Antonio, keep in mind that the butt crack is sacred!

-         Celebrity Birthdays

-         Wouldn’t it be great to come in on Monday and discover that 50 Shades of Grey bombed at the box office?

9AM (2):

-         Looking back at songs of the 80s and 90s sure makes you feel old.

9AM (3):

-         No need to wonder how Net Neutrality will pan out if it gets instituted, just look at China.

-         Vladimir Putin has agreed to a ceasefire with Ukraine.

-         Did you see Annie Lennox at the Grammys the other night? According to few friends of Mr. Kenneth, there’s a striking resemblance between the pair.

-         Some speculate the reason that Jon Stewart is leaving the Daily Show is because he is sick.

9AM (4):

-         Would you burn your own house down just to collect the insurance?

-         If you commit a crime, don’t write about it on social media. One East Coast man learned this the hard way.

-         Shocking: 4 out of 5 people kiss their pet more often than they kiss their significant other.

 


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