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  1. 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 WITH AUDIENCE! 6:30 THE WARM UP! --- FIVE THINGS TO KNOW --- *) Here. --- WORLD SERIES TONIGHT --- *) AUDIO Who will be watching this snooze fest? --- BABY BATH --- *) AUDIO Someone broke into a woman's house and gave her 2 year old a bath? --- TORNADO --- *) AUDIO A guy in Texas filmed as a tornado hit his house. --- LANE KIFFIN FINED --- *) Fined for TWEET! Here. --- POLITICAL MEDIA --- *) It's a rerun of 2016. Here. --- IMPEACHMENT --- *) Newt Gingrich says Pelosi and Shifty are embarrasingly dishonest people. Here. *) "I get more promotion than any other human being who has ever lived." Here. *) Trump blows back and for once it wasn't on Twitter. Here. --- DON LEMON BAHAHA --- *) AUDIO Here is Don Lemon going off on Trump. Here. --- OPEN CARRY IN FLORIDA --- *) Is open carry in the State of Florida a good thing? Here. --- PINEAPPLE WILLYS --- *) The housing they've created. Here. 7:00 Find them on facebook at magerparuas and on Twitter at magerparuaslaw 7:30 Find them on facebook at magerparuas and on Twitter at magerparuaslaw 8:00 --- FIVE THINGS TO KNOW --- *) Here. --- WORLD SERIES TONIGHT --- *) AUDIO Who will be watching this snooze fest? --- BABY BATH --- *) AUDIO Someone broke into a woman's house and gave her 2 year old a bath? --- TORNADO --- *) AUDIO A guy in Texas filmed as a tornado hit his house. --- LANE KIFFIN FINED --- *) Fined for TWEET! Here. --- POLITICAL MEDIA --- *) It's a rerun of 2016. Here. --- IMPEACHMENT --- *) Newt Gingrich says Pelosi and Shifty are embarrasingly dishonest people. Here. *) "I get more promotion than any other human being who has ever lived." Here. *) Trump blows back and for once it wasn't on Twitter. Here. --- DON LEMON BAHAHA --- *) AUDIO Here is Don Lemon going off on Trump. Here. --- OPEN CARRY IN FLORIDA --- *) Is open carry in the State of Florida a good thing? Here. --- PINEAPPLE WILLYS --- *) The housing they've created. Here. 8:30 THE COOL DOWN! --- BK WHOPPER --- *) The new BK Whopper. Here. --- MOM GHOST CRIB --- *) Mom spots ghost in baby's crib. Here. --- TRICK OR TREATING AGE --- *) What is the age you become too old for trick or treating? --- MAGA BEAR REPELLENT --- *) AUDIO A guy in a MAGA hat hit protestors with bear repellent. Here. --- UNHAPPY WITH POLITICIANS --- *) A RECORD number of Americans say POLITICIANS and shitty Government are their top concern. Here. --- HILLARY --- *) BLAH BLAH BLAH and Clinton and Russia... Here. *) AUDIO Tulsi speaking about Hillary never forgetting that she endorsed Bernie Sanders. Here. *) AUDIO Here's Jill Stein talking about Hillary saying she's a Russian assett. Here. *) Commentary on Tulsi and Hillary. Here. *) AUDIO Compilation of Hillary Clinton being goody. Here. --- SEWAGE SPILL --- *) Yet ANOTHER sewage spill in Panama City. Here. --- UNUSUAL PUNISHMENT --- *) Parents and their unusual punishments for kids. Here. --- MEN CHORES --- *) As a man, do you help out around the house? I do, but I never get any credit for it. --- BELIEVE IN GHOSTS --- *) 45% of Americans believe in GHOSTS! Here. --- WOMEN HAVING AFFAIRS --- *) Eye opening stats about women having affairs. Here. --- MAC AND CHEESE --- *) AUDIO This guy really loves mac and cheese. Here. --- LOCAL TEACHER --- *) Teacher in Mariana suspended for yanking a student by her hair. I don't want to forget this story. Here. --- SAY WHAT SAAAAYYYY WHAT --- *) Man pulls up at police station with a dead body in the car and tells them there's 3 more at his apartment. Here. --- LOYALTY TO FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS --- *) Here are the top fast food chains we're most loyal to. Here. --- ELTON MICHAEL --- *) Elton says MJ was crazy. Here. --- PRINGLES --- *) Um. Here. --- FELON VOTERS --- *) Should felons be able to vote? Here. --- ESCAPE HOSPITAL --- *) This guy dresses up as a doctor to try to evade Cops to escape hospital. Here. --- TOP FIVE ARGUMENTS --- *) Top five things that married people argue about. Here. --- STDS --- *) These STD's are on fire. Here. --- BAD BOSSES --- *) Half of people have quit a job because of a shitty boss. Here. --- SUING FORTNITE --- *) Parents suing Fortnite for being as addictive as cocaine. Here. --- FIRED BUT --- *) Got fired but kept showing up for 4 years and getting checks. Here. --- VIRAL POST ABOUT CANDY --- *) This woman was mad at her neighbor about shitty candy. Here. --- OVERSLEEPING --- *) A judge sentenced a guy to 10 days in jail for oversleeping and missing jury duty. Here. --- VAPING --- *) 3 things you may have gotten wrong about the vaping issue. Here.
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  4. Impeachment has President Trump more hooked on Twitter than ever before. In the week before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) officially launched an impeachment inquiry into the president, he was still pretty addicted to social media, tweeting an average of 18 times per day. But the start of the inquiry has led Trump to double his tweet time, sending an average of 36 tweets a day, The Washington Post reports. Trump set the single-day tweeting record of his presidency just five days after the impeachment inquiry began, suggesting across 48 tweets and retweets on Sept. 29 that his impeachment would cause a "civil war" and attacking Fox & Friends host Ed Henry 18 times. He then set another record last Friday, hitting "59 total tweets, including 33 in just 20 minutes," The Post writes. That included the announcement that Kevin McAleenan was leaving his spot as acting homeland security secretary. Trump's tweet storm has coincided with another devastating new fact: He's now averaging more false claims per day than ever before. Throughout his presidency, Trump has averaged 14 false claims per day, with a graph from the Post showing the daily total has consistently increased as he approaches his 1,000th day in office. In fact, over the past 65 days, Trump has relayed an average of 22 false claims per day, per the Post. That's largely thanks to Trump's phone call with Ukraine's presidency and all the ways he's tried to cover it up in the weeks since.
  5. Three women who ran a “fighting ring” at a North Carolina assisted living facility encouraged residents to get into a physical altercation, officials say. They were workers at the Danby House in Winston-Salem in June when they didn’t intervene in a fight between two residents with dementia, according to a report from the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services. Staff members took video of the fight, which led to “one resident being strangled with her face turning red,” and shared it on social media, the state report says. It happened when one resident hit another, and the report says staff members can be heard on video saying, “Punch her in the face.” During the altercation, a staff member asked, “Are you recording? You gonna send it to me?” the report says. The employees let the fight happen because one of the residents “always caused problems,” the state says. The fighting incident wasn’t documented in the residents’ records, according to DHHS. Though the report doesn’t name the staff members, the Winston-Salem Journal identifies them as Taneshia Deshawn Jordan, Tonacia Yvonne Tyson and Marilyn Latish McKey. Winston-Salem police arrested the three women this month and charged them with misdemeanor “assault on an individual with a disability,” WGHP reports. McKey faces an additional charge after she was accused of shoving one of the residents involved in the fight during a separate incident at the nursing home, according to the station. Staff took video while McKey pushed the woman “into a room, turned off the light and yelled to the resident to go to sleep, and then closed the door leaving the resident in the dark room,” according to the report. Also appearing on video was a resident who was on the floor and couldn’t get up, the report says. Officials investigated the allegations, and “no injuries were reported or found,” according to WGHP. The Danby House on Monday didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The three staff members were fired after allegations surfaced in June, an assisted living facility spokesperson told the Winston-Salem Journal. The center says it has a “zero-tolerance policy for mistreatment of those in our care,” and it worked to implement leadership changes, “additional staff training and a more rigorous vetting process for all new and existing employees,” WGHP reports. A state suspension that prevented Danby House from accepting new patients was in effect as of Friday, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. Jordan, Tyson and McKey are expected to appear in court next month, records show.
  6. Students at Michigan State University are getting an education in how they can avoid offending people with culturally inappropriate Halloween costumes in what’s becoming a new tradition that undermines the university’s own identity. The unsolicited advice on what to wear on fright night appeared on message boards in campus residences this week to help students answer the question “Is your Halloween costume racist?” according to The Morning Watch, the school’s conservative news site. What’s become an annual reminder from MSU’s Residence Education and Housing Services spells out the difference between “cultural appropriation vs. appreciation.” When students are selecting a Halloween costume, REHS wants them to ask themselves, “do you belong to that group of people?” If the answer is “no,” then it’s racist, according to MSU officials. It doesn’t matter if the get-up is humorous or sexy, because it’s offensive to use “those peoples’ human elements … for the sake of bringing us laughter or making us feel more exotic,” REHS advises. “These are people’s lives … they are not stereotypes,” according to the posters. “They can’t take off a costume.” “How would you like it if someone turned you into a costume?” MSU questions, according to The Morning Watch. It’s the third year MSU officials pushed the program on students in the weeks ahead of Halloween. The boards offer numerous examples of “hypersexualized racism,” like women in two piece Native American costumes, as well as other “costume fails” depicting Mexican and Japanese cultures that should be off limits. Sombreros and mustaches, Nazi gear, Rastafarians, illegal aliens, Middle Eastern attire, and other “racially, culturally, or ethnically based” costumes are also a no-no, REHS advises. The posters claim it’s also racist to dress up as Jay-Z and Beyonce, or Kanye and Kim West. According to MSU, students should understand that cultural appropriation involves “Western appropriations of non-Western or non-white forms” that carries with it “the connotation of exploitation and dominance,” The Morning Watch reports. Cultural appreciation, MSU explains, is “learning about another culture with respect and courtesy.” Steve Bertolini, a senior International Relations major, offered a different definition for cultural appropriation at MSU: “A dangerous term that undermines free speech and expression of ideas.” It also undermines MSU’s own identity, he argued. “Suppressing any costume idea because it reflects a culture is ridiculous,” Bertolini said. “Should we abandon Sparty as to not offend those of Greek origin?” Sparty, the MSU Spartans’ wildly popular mascot, is a muscular male Spartan warrior dressed in stylized, cartoonized Greek battle gear. Other MSU students, like freshman Clara Peters, think it’s wrong for the university to label students who mimic popular culture or television characters as racists. “I do not think MSU has a role in determining what students should avoid wearing for Halloween,” Peters told The Morning Watch. “Just because a student chooses to wear a costume based on a race or culture does not mean that they lack respect for diversity and inclusion.”
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  10. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appeared to joke Tuesday that she could certainly win the 2020 presidential election if she were once again pitted against President Donald Trump. “Maybe there does need to be a rematch. I mean, obviously I can beat him again,” Clinton told “PBS Newshour” host Judy Woodruff, apparently referencing her superior popular vote total in 2016. WATCH: Woodruff began the segment by mentioning the president’s tweets and the fact that he had attacked Clinton early Tuesday morning — all but daring her to enter the 2020 presidential race. “It truly is remarkable how obsessed he remains with me,” Clinton laughed. “But this latest tweet is so typical of him. Nothing has been more examined and looked at than my e-mails. We all know that. So he’s either lying or delusional or both … so maybe there does need to be a rematch. Obviously I can beat him again.” “But just seriously, I don’t understand,” Clinton continued. “I don’t think anybody understands what motivates him other than personal grievance, other than seeking adulation. I said during the campaign, there was no other Donald Trump. What you saw was what you were going to get, and I think a lot of Americans understandably thought, oh, no, that can’t possibly be the case. Once he’s in office, he will certainly moderate his behavior. Well, we see, no, he hasn’t.” Despite saying several times that she will not run for president for a third time in 2020, Clinton has fueled the rumor mill with a slew of public appearances related to her latest book, co-authored with her daughter Chelsea. 600 people are talking about this She has also fanned the flames with recent tweets, responding to the president’s 2020 challenge by saying simply, “Don’t tempt me. Do your job.” (RELATED: Hillary Tells Trump: ‘Don’t Tempt Me’ To Run In 2020) 43.9K people are talking about this
  11. Democratic New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s wife announced Tuesday morning that she is supporting a program that aims to help LGBT youth because she understands the struggles as a former lesbian. Chirlane McCray, de Blasio’s wife, said that she “identified as a lesbian” when she came to New York in 1977. “When I came to New York City, long ago back in 1977, I identified as a lesbian, so I know intimately the struggles that young people have had,” McCray said on NY1 according to the New York Post. “I was not rejected by my family like so many of these young people are, but it’s really difficult.” The new program pairs with the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development and the public-private NYC Center for Youth Employment partnership. It works toward helping 16- to 25-year-old “runaway and homeless youth who are often LGBTQI” by giving them paid internships, job training and mental health support, the Post reported. McCray authored a piece titled “I am a lesbian” in 1979 for Essence magazine where she wrote about her experience as a black lesbian. De Blasio married McCray in 1994. She said in 2013 she was able to marry him “by putting aside the assumptions I had about the form and package my love would come in.” Democratic presidential candidate and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio speaks to his wife Chirlane McCray at the Rainbow PUSH Coalition Annual International Convention on July 1, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. (Scott Olson/Getty Images) Although McCray is married to de Blasio, she does not put labels on her sexual identity according to a 2016 Broadly interview with the mayor’s wife. “I believe there is a fluidity that we are only just now growing to be more accepting of and aware of because people do like to put people in boxes. … I am just living my life,” she said in 2016.
  12. WILLINGBORO, N.J. (CBS) – Police have charged Terrance Matthews in the killing of his ex-girlfriend’s grandmother and 9-year-old brother in Willingboro. Before his arrest on Thursday afternoon, Matthews led Camden County Police on a high-speed chase while live-streaming on Facebook until he crashed his car into a pole. The Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office announced that 23-year-old Matthews has been charged with two counts of murder, one count of kidnapping and other charges after killing 68-year-old Jennifer Vassell and her grandson 9-year-old Ishon Mathiln Jr. on Wednesday evening. Police were dispatched to the Wawa store on Springside Road for a report of a woman in distress just after 10 a.m. on Thursday. When Matthews’ ex-girlfriend told an employee that Matthews had killed her family, he fled the store. Both victims were found around 2 p.m. Thursday, with multiple stab wounds and Ishon appears to have been drowned in a bathtub inside a house on the 100 block of Eastbrook Lane. Investigators say Matthews murdered the victims on Wednesday evening while his ex-girlfriend was at work and when she returned, he held her hostage throughout the night. Prosecutors believe the motive for the murders stems from an argument Matthews had with his ex-girlfriend earlier in the day. Matthews then apparently thought it was a good idea to stream his Camden County police pursuit live on Facebook Thursday afternoon. Credit: CBS3 Moments after he unbuckled his seatbelt, he crashed his white Toyota Scion. “I saw guns drawn and a guy running down the street,” a witness said. Camden County spokesperson Dan Keashon says Matthews then assaulted an officer before being arrested by police. “Ran into a neighbor’s yard, apprehended him. They tased him twice,” the witness said. (Credit: CBS3) “My heart goes out to them, my prayers go out to them. The whole idea that this life and their lives have been snuffed out, I mean words can’t begin to speak to that,” neighbor Titus Welcome said. Police taped off an entire section of the neighborhood. Detectives collected evidence from inside the home as those living nearby returned home from work to find the large crime scene.
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