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  1. Ricky Bobby

    Tuesday, July 16th, 2018

    The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 --- SHOW PREP MEETING --- *) We will discuss what we have planned for the show today. Call 850-233-9988 and tell Kramer what you think he should talk about. 6:30 --- ON THIS DAY --- --- BIRTHDAYS --- --- STRANGER THINGS --- *) AUDIO A new teaser video for Stranger Things is out. Here. AUDIO. --- PAID ENTERTAINERS --- *) Floyd Mayweather is the highest paid entertainer. Howard Stern earns more than Ellen Degeneres? Here. *) AUDIO Kylie Jenner is set to become the youngest billionaire. Here. AUDIO. 7:00 --- BEACH WHEELCHAIRS --- *) This is awesome. BEACH wheelchairs. Here. --- JAIL FOR THIS --- *) Should this man have gone to jail for this? Here. --- SERVICE DOG --- *) This service dog saved a bunch of lil kittens. Here. --- RAPE --- *) A 13 year old rape victim was told to "move on" by her School. Here. --- HANG TODDLER --- *) A daycare worker who tried to hang a toddler got probation. Here. --- POWERFUL VIDEO --- *) AUDIO This is one of the most powerful videos I've ever seen. Here. AUDIO. 7:30 --- TRUMP AND PUTIN --- *) Our President sided with the Russian President over intelligence. Here. *) John Brennan says this was an impeachable offense. Here. *) AUDIO Schwarzenegger says Trump looked like a wet noodle. Here. AUDIO. *) Trump winked at Putin. See the video here. *) AUDIO Neil Cavuto from Fox says it was disgusting. Here. AUDIO. *) Did Putin bug that soccer ball? Here. *) AUDIO Young Republicans dumped at random gas station for being Trump supporters. Here. AUDIO. 8:00 --- DOUBLE SHARK ATTACK --- *) Double shark attack. SWIM! Here. --- BEACH SHARK FISHING --- *) Florida to restrict catching sharks on shore. Here. --- IMMIGRATION --- *) The National Guard deployment led to 10,000 arrests. Here. *) Serial immigration violator attacked wife with chainsaw. Here. *) Illegal alien beheaded a 13 year old girl. Here. 8:30 --- OFF TOPIC PHONE BLITZ --- *) You can call OFF TOPIC. Doesn't matter what you wanna say, just say it. 850-233-9988 --- CROCS --- *) High heeled crocs are now a thing? Here. --- NATION OF DUMMIES --- *) AUDIO Some people cannot name a single Country on a map. Here. AUDIO. --- EATING OUT --- *) Here's how much money we waste when we eat out. Here.
  2. During an address at the U.S. Attorney’s office in Tampa, Florida this week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that people who suffer from chronic pain should simply “take an aspirin and tough it out.” Sessions, whose opposition to medical marijuana is well known, attempted to tackle the subject of opioid addiction in the U.S., saying pharmaceutical companies are prescribing “too many opioids” — a sentiment that people from across the political spectrum would agree with. But Sessions’ next statement demonstrated a profound misunderstanding and oversimplification of chronic pain sufferers. “People need to take some aspirin sometimes and tough it out,” he said according to the Tampa Bay Times. “You can get through these things.” Speaking to Tampa Bay Times, Academy of Integrative Pain Management executive director Bob Twillman said that Sessions’ comments prove that the Trump administration knows nothing about the subject of chronic pain. “That remark reflects a failure to recognize the severity of pain of some patients,” Twillman said. “It’s an unconscionable remark. It further illustrates how out of touch parts of the administration are with opioids and pain management.” In a speech at the Heritage Foundation this week, Sessions blamed the opioid crisis partly on marijuana in a rehash of the old ‘pot is a gateway drug’ theory. “The DEA said that a huge percentage of the heroin addiction starts with prescriptions. That may be an exaggerated number; they had it as high as 80 percent,” Sessions said. “We think a lot of this is starting with marijuana and other drugs too.”While people’s first illicit drug is often marijuana, researchers have cautioned that there’s no solid evidence that marijuana use causes harder drug use. It’s possible, instead, that people use pot before other drugs simply because marijuana is more accessible than other illegal substances; after all, many people’s first drugs are alcohol or tobacco, which are both legal (for adults) and relatively easy to get, and we don’t assume that will lead to heroin use.
  3. Ricky Bobby

    THIS IS NOT TRUE!

    Here is the law: 316.305 Wireless communications devices; prohibition.— (1) This section may be cited as the “Florida Ban on Texting While Driving Law.” (2) It is the intent of the Legislature to: (a) Improve roadway safety for all vehicle operators, vehicle passengers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and other road users. (b) Prevent crashes related to the act of text messaging while driving a motor vehicle. (c) Reduce injuries, deaths, property damage, health care costs, health insurance rates, and automobile insurance rates related to motor vehicle crashes. (d) Authorize law enforcement officers to stop motor vehicles and issue citations as a secondary offense to persons who are texting while driving. (3)(a) A person may not operate a motor vehicle while manually typing or entering multiple letters, numbers, symbols, or other characters into a wireless communications device or while sending or reading data on such a device for the purpose of nonvoice interpersonal communication, including, but not limited to, communication methods known as texting, e-mailing, and instant messaging. As used in this section, the term “wireless communications device” means any handheld device used or capable of being used in a handheld manner, that is designed or intended to receive or transmit text or character-based messages, access or store data, or connect to the Internet or any communications service as defined in s. 812.15 and that allows text communications. For the purposes of this paragraph, a motor vehicle that is stationary is not being operated and is not subject to the prohibition in this paragraph. (b) Paragraph (a) does not apply to a motor vehicle operator who is: 1. Performing official duties as an operator of an authorized emergency vehicle as defined in s.322.01, a law enforcement or fire service professional, or an emergency medical services professional. 2. Reporting an emergency or criminal or suspicious activity to law enforcement authorities. 3. Receiving messages that are: a. Related to the operation or navigation of the motor vehicle; b. Safety-related information, including emergency, traffic, or weather alerts; c. Data used primarily by the motor vehicle; or d. Radio broadcasts. 4. Using a device or system for navigation purposes. 5. Conducting wireless interpersonal communication that does not require manual entry of multiple letters, numbers, or symbols, except to activate, deactivate, or initiate a feature or function. 6. Conducting wireless interpersonal communication that does not require reading text messages, except to activate, deactivate, or initiate a feature or function. 7. Operating an autonomous vehicle, as defined in s. 316.003, in autonomous mode. (c) Only in the event of a crash resulting in death or personal injury, a user’s billing records for a wireless communications device or the testimony of or written statements from appropriate authorities receiving such messages may be admissible as evidence in any proceeding to determine whether a violation of paragraph (a) has been committed. (4)(a) Any person who violates paragraph (3)(a) commits a noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable as a nonmoving violation as provided in chapter 318. (b) Any person who commits a second or subsequent violation of paragraph (3)(a) within 5 years after the date of a prior conviction for a violation of paragraph (3)(a) commits a noncriminal traffic infraction, punishable as a moving violation as provided in chapter 318. (5) Enforcement of this section by state or local law enforcement agencies must be accomplished only as a secondary action when an operator of a motor vehicle has been detained for a suspected violation of another provision of this chapter, chapter 320, or chapter 322. History.—s. 1, ch. 2013-58; s. 53, ch. 2014-17.
  4. Ricky Bobby

    Monday, July 16th, 2018

    Back in the Day on July 16 156 years ago - In 1862, David G. Farragut became the first "Rear Admiral" in the U.S. Navy. 83 years ago - In 1935, evil prevailed in Oklahoma City when the veryFirstParking Meters were installed. 67 years ago - In 1951, "The Catcher in The Rye",by J.D. Salinger, was first published. 52 years ago - In 1966, Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker formed the band Cream. 52 years ago - In 1966, theLovin' Spoonful's "Summer In The City" was released. 46 years ago - In 1972, vocal genius Smokey Robinson gave his last concert with the Miracles. 45 years ago - In 1973, Roger Englishof La Jolla, California, stopped Dancing The Twist after a record 102 hours, 29 minutes. The current record is 123 hours and 15 minutes. It was set by an Indian woman in 2010. 42 years ago - In 1976, tragedy struck our nation. . . whenLoggins & Messina Broke Up. (???) 41 years ago - In 1977, The Commodores got their second #1 hit with "Easy". 39 years ago - In 1979, Saddam Hussein took over as evil dictator of Iraq. 37 years ago - In 1981, Harry Chapin was killed when his car was struck by a tractor-trailer on New York's Long Island Expressway. He was most famous for the heartbreaking song "Cat's In The Cradle". 37 years ago - In 1981, for some reason, after 23 years with the name Datsun, executives of Japan's Nissan Corporation changed the name of their cars to Nissan. (???) 32 years ago - In 1986, Dollywood Amusement Park opened in Tennessee. 30 years ago - In 1988, Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan were married. Tracy played his girlfriend Ellen on "Family Ties". 26 years ago - In 1992, Ross Perot announced that he was pulling out of the race for president . . . then later changed his crazy mind. 25 years ago - In 1993, "Free Willy" was released. 22 years ago - In 1996, Dolores O'Riordan of theCranberries accepted an undisclosed settlement after a London newspaper reported that she appeared on stage without panties. 19 years ago - In 1999, "The Blair Witch Project" was released, and became one of the biggest independent movies of all time. After kicking around Hollywood for a while and not really making it, "Blair Witch" star Heather Donahue dropped out for a while to grow medical marijuana. She released a book in 2012 about her experiences, called "Grow Girl". 19 years ago - In 1999, John F. Kennedy, Jr., his wife, Carolyn, and her sister, Lauren Bessette, died when John-John's single-engine plane crashed into the ocean near Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. Two years later, the Kennedy family agreed to pay the Bessettes $15 million for the loss of their beautiful and fashion-conscious daughters. 13 years ago - In 2005, Sandra Bullock made one of the biggest mistakes of her life when she married Jesse James . . . the heavily tattooed host of the Discovery Channel's "Monster Garage". He left his first wife, heavily tattooed mattress actress Janine Lindemulder, to be with her . . . but continued to cheat with other women behind Sandra's back. 13 years ago - In 2005, the sixth book of the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince", was released. That's the book in which Dumbledore dies. It sold 6.9 million copies on its first day of release.
  5. Ricky Bobby

    Monday, July 16th, 2018

    Birthdays on July 16, 2018 Will Ferrell is 51. Luke Hemmings is 22. 5 Seconds of Summer singer. Alexandra Shipp is 27. Storm in "X-Men: Apocalypse", and next year's "X-Men: Dark Phoenix". AnnaLynne McCord is 31. Naomi Clark on "90210". Carli Lloyd is 36. Soccer Olympian and a 2015 World Cup winner. Jayma Mays is 39. Timid guidance counselor Emma Pillsbury on "Glee", Hiro's waitress Charlie on "Heroes", and A.D.A. Keane on NBC's "Trial and Error". Chris Pontius is 44. "Jackass" and MTV's "Wildboyz". Corey Feldman is 47. Mouth in "The Goonies", Teddy in "Stand By Me", and Edgar in "The Lost Boys". Ed Kowalczyk is 47. Singer/songwriter for Live, the band that sang "Lightning Crashes". Phil Hellmuth, Jr. is 54. Poker star with the temperament of a five-year-old. Phoebe Cates is 55. Linda in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" and Kate in "Gremlins". She's married to Kevin Kline. Michael Flatley is 60. The Lord of the Dance. Stewart Copeland is 66. Drummer for The Police. "Don't Stand So Close to Me", "Roxanne", "Every Breath You Take" Ruben Blades is 70. Daniel Salazar on "Fear the Walking Dead". Jimmy Johnson is 75. Former coach of the Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins with rock-solid hair. Now he co-hosts the NFL pre-game show on Fox. Orville Redenbacher (1907 - 1995) Bow tie popcorn guy. Ginger Rogers (1911 - 1995) Fred Astaire's dance partner. • 11 days until "Mission Impossible: Fallout" • 24 days until Morning Show Boot Camp • 46 days until Labor Day Weekend • 54 days until International Literacy Day • 109 days until "Bohemian Rhapsody"
  6. Ricky Bobby

    Monday, July 16th, 2018

    The Kramer Show. Heard on 101.1 in Panama City. Click here to listen live. Call the show at (850) 233-9988 Email the show at kramer@newstalk101.com Remember, you can sign in on this forum and post by signing in using your Facebook account! 6:00 --- SHOW PREP MEETING --- *) We will discuss what we have planned for the show today. Call 850-233-9988 and tell Kramer what you think he should talk about. 6:30 --- ON THIS DAY --- --- BIRTHDAYS --- --- BIEBER --- *) Justin Bieber caught kissing in hot tub makes International news. Here. --- FLASHER --- *) Woman chases down flasher and stabs him. Here. --- EXPENSIVE TOILET SEAT --- *) AIR FORCE promises not to spend $10K on toilet seats anymore. Here. 7:00 --- COP COIN FLIP --- *) AUDIO Two Cops use a coin flipping app to determine if a woman should be arrested. AUDIO. --- KRAMERS GO SHOOTING --- *) AUDIO Cash and Kramer went shooting over the weekend. Kramer got video of his first time. Here. --- SALT WATER DOGS --- *) A dog dies after drinking water in gulf. Here. --- POT --- *) Where did the DEA come up with these names for pot? Here. --- DORKY WEATHER REPORTER --- *) AUDIO Dorky weather woman fights with umbrella. AUDIO. --- TRUMP STRZOK --- *) Trump blasts Strzok over hearing. Here. --- ICEBERG --- *) 11 million ton iceberg threatens lil town. Here. --- ELON MUSK --- *) Elon Musk calls diver a PEDO. Diver may sue. Here. --- COPS ON 11 YR OLD --- *) AUDIO Cops were called on this 11 year old boy who was delivering papers. Here. AUDIO. 7:30 --- EASTPOINT --- *) (NEWSPAPER) Looks like it could take up to FOUR year for these people . . . --- TRAFFIC --- *) Traffic in Panama City is up by 100%. Also, distracted driving. Here. *) This is a false meme going around on the internet. Here. *) Exactly what the law says about texting. Here. --- SACHA BARON COHEN --- *) AUDIO THe first 10 minutes has been released. Wanna hear it? Here. AUDIO. 8:00 --- JOE ROGAN --- *) AUDIO Joe Rogan talks about illegal immigrants, and it's made me not so much a fan now. Here. AUDIO. --- THE VIEW --- *) AUDIO Wanna hear the losers on THE VIEW argue over Strzok? Here. AUDIO. --- NECK TIES --- *) They are trying to ban neck ties in California. Here. --- LOTTERY --- *) Greedy Aunt sues Nephew for his half of winnings. Here. 8:30 --- OFF TOPIC PHONE BLITZ --- *) You can call OFF TOPIC. Doesn't matter what you wanna say, just say it. 850-233-9988
  7. We order out a lot and don't cook as much anymore. So how much money are you throwing away each time you do it? "Forbes" magazine looked into it. And the answer is about FIVE TIMES what it costs to make the same thing at home. They looked at over 80 different dinner recipes, and compared what they cost at the average restaurant to what they cost if you make them from scratch. And they found the average dinner from a restaurant is $20.37, including a $5 delivery fee . . . compared to $4.31 if you make the same thing at home. So a $16 difference. That means if you order delivery three times a week, it costs you about $48 . . . or roughly $200 a month. And that's just for one person. Some of the meals with the biggest markups include spaghetti with meat sauce, $21 compared to $3 at home . . . pork chops, $25 compared to $3 . . . and chicken wings, $20 compared to about $2 per person if you make them from scratch. They also looked at how much more it costs to use a meal kit service, like Blue Apron. And it's about THREE TIMES more expensive per meal than if you just bought the ingredients and made it yourself.
  8. JUSTIN BIEBER posted a sexy picture of himself making out with his fiancée HAILEY BALDWIN in a hot tub . . . but something about it didn't quite sit right with JOHN MAYER. Because he commented, quote, "Interesting dynamic with the photographer in the hot tub. That's gotta feel super third wheel." He added, quote, "I see a lot of myself in this hot tub photographer. Imagine being in a hot tub on business."
  9. The British diver who played an instrumental role in rescuing the 12 boys from a Thailand cave last week on Monday fired back at tech billionaire Elon Musk who apparently accused him of being a pedophile. Vern Unsworth told a reporter at 7 News Sydney that he cannot put to words what he feels about Musk, but is not ruling out legal action. Musk, the CEO of Tesla, visited the Thai cave where the soccer team and their coach were trapped and left a mini-submarine there in the event it could benefit rescuers. Musk called it a “kid-sized” sub, named Wild Boar—in honor of the soccer team—and posted pictures of the vessel being tested in a swimming pool in California. Unsworth essentially called the submarine useless. View image on Twitter Twitter Ads info and privacy “It just had absolutely no chance of working. He had no conception of what the cave passage was like. The submarine I believe was about 5 feet, 6 inches long, rigid, so it wouldn’t have gone round corners or round any obstacles,” Unsworth said. “It wouldn’t have made the first 50 meters into the cave from the dive start point. It was just a PR stunt.” Musk fired back in a series of now-deleted tweets that complemented the Thai navy SEALs, but crushed Unsworth, where he questioned water levels in the cave and whether or not “you could literally have swum there.” “We will make one of the mini-sub/pod going all the way to Cave 5 no problemo. Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it.” When a Twitter user pointed out that Musk was “calling the guy who found the children a pedo,” as The Guardian reported, the tech entrepreneur responded: “Bet ya a signed dollar it’s true.” Neither Musk nor Unsworth responded to Fox News' requests for comment. The group had entered the sprawling Tham Luang cave to go exploring after soccer practice on June 23, but monsoon rains soon filled the tight passageways, blocking their escape. They were found by a pair of British divers nearly 10 days later, huddled on a small, dry shelf just above the water, smiling with relief but visibly skinny. The complex mission for international and Thai divers to guide the boys and coach through the cave’s flooded passageways riveted people worldwide. Highlighting the dangers, a former Thai navy SEAL volunteering to work on the rescue effort died Friday while replenishing oxygen canisters that were placed along the escape route. Each of the boys, ages 11-16 and with no diving experience, was guided out by divers though rocky, muddy and water-filled passages that in places were just a crawl space.
  10. When a 28-year-old man contacted police Tuesday in Redlands, California, to report being stabbed on the street that morning, he left out a key detail, police said. The man initially told officers in the community near San Bernardino that he’d been walking down the street when someone ran up behind him and stabbed him multiple times in the back without warning, police wrote on Facebook on Friday. Using surveillance video from city and business security cameras, police tracked down Cynthia Christine Molina, 51, and arrested her Wednesday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, police wrote. That’s when they discovered the man had earlier exposed himself to Molina at Jennie Davis Park, police told The Redlands Daily Facts. The man fled, pursued by Molina, who caught up to him on West Brockton Avenue, about a 15-minute walk from the park. After a brief argument, Molina stabbed the man and ran away, police told KTLA. Officers did not provide information on the man’s condition but reported on Facebook that the case has been referred to the district attorney’s office for possible indecent exposure charges. against the man.
  11. Now that’s a royal flush. The Air Force last week admitted to paying out about $10,000 apiece to replace toilet seat covers on a Vietnam-era cargo plan that is still being used, The Washington Post reported. The toilet seat covers on the C-5 Galaxy is no longer in production so the government needed to purchase customized ones, the report said. The government purchased the covers three times and as recent as last year, the report said. “We are not now, nor will we in the future buy that aircraft part at that price, because we can now do so more cheaply using 3-D printing,” a spokesman told the paper. “Using this new process allows us to make parts that are no longer in production and is driving major cost savings.” Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, pushed for an investigation into the spending, ABC News reported. The call came after an interview with Will Roper, the assistant secretary of the Airforce for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, and DefenseOne. Grassely said government waste is not in itself new. During the President George H.W. Bush administration, oversight efforts uncovered soap dishes that cost $117 and pliers that cost nearly $1,000. Roper told the website in May, "You'll think, 'There's no way it costs that, No, it doesn't, but you're asking a company to produce it and they're [busy] producing something else.” Military.com reported that Roper was making the case for 3D printing in the Air Force. The Air Force said it will now rely on 3-D printing that will lower the price tag to $300.
  12. Mastodon guitarist Bill Kelliher discussed the current state of the music business, saying on Let There Be Talk that a new law will soon regulate how artists are paid (transcribed by UG): And they're gonna retool how to get paid in the digital world? And these guys are getting trapped in these 360 deals now where they're not making anything.
  13. A Tennessee property manager was fired after a tenant claimed she and her boyfriend were discriminated against for being black when the employee called the police because he wore socks in the apartment complex swimming pool. Camry Porter, a tenant at Riverset Apartments in Mud Island, Tennessee, recorded parts of the incident on Wednesday between her and the property manager Erica Walker. Porter posted the videos on Facebook where it went viral and was shared more than 9,000 times. Porter said she and her boyfriend took her godchildren to the pool on Wednesday when Walker, who is white, told the man he needed to remove his socks or leave, pointing to a sign requiring proper swimming attire. However, Porter pointed out that some people were wearing hats in the pool, breaking the swimming attire rule. The video showed three white men wearing hats in the pool. "She said no hats, no shirts and no socks. But we have two men - who are her friends - sitting here in hats," Porter said. Walker was heard in the video telling Porter that hats were allowed if they were not dunked in the water. Porter told WREG she believed she and her boyfriend were “singled out because of their skin color.” "It does look funny," she told WREG. "It’s 25, 30-plus white people out here and you haven’t said anything — you’re partying with them. You’re partying with them! But when we come, it’s an issue." The property manager eventually called the police on the family. Porter recorded the interaction between the officer, Porter, her boyfriend and Walker. In the video, Porter told the cop her Fourth of July “was ruined” but agreed to leave. “My rent is going to be free for the rest of the month and somebody won’t have a job,” Porter was heard saying to the group before walking away. Porter said Walker appeared to be apologetic but she was embarrassed by the incident. "You called the police on me. That could have went a whole other way. We’ve seen that," Porter told WREG. "And I didn’t have anything to say to her. She was very apologetic, I will say that. But at this point, I don’t want an apology. You’ve embarrassed me." Trilogy Real Estate Group said Walker was no longer employed at the company because her actions violated company policies and beliefs. “To confirm, Ms. Walker was terminated immediately after we completed our investigation yesterday afternoon,” the statement read. “She will never be employed by Trilogy Residential Management, LLL or any of its properties in the future.”
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