#StewForLunch – Flashback – August 28th 2009

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Old show with ads and songs edited out just putting them up for people listen or ignore your choice.

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Stew For Lunch Flashback 8-27-2009

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Just another flashback episode nothing special.

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Stew For Lunch – Flashback – 8-26-2009

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Lawrence of Chicago joined the “Stew for Lunch” radio program. Pardon the hum and ignore any traffic or weather alerts. Also the song has been mostly edited out to cut down listening time.

THE LEAGUE: Katie Aselton.

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Stew For Lunch – Flashback- 8-25-2009

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The first thing I notice from this old file is that our station’s recordings suck from back in the day. Please pardon the slight hum in the recording. Enjoy this August 25th edition of Stew For Lunch. Commercial breaks have been remove and please ignore any traffic or any weather related news.

No producers and no phone monitors just myself talking to people and filling an hour of local radio broadcasting on AM 1230 WJOB.
2009-12-08 17.39.27

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Where the hell is this song from? Please help me out #songorigin

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I remember playing this song a lot on my various shows while broadcasting at WJOB AM 1230 Hammond, IN.

I can’t remember where I found it or who the singer or writer of this tune.

Please help me out.

I had it listed on my files for airplay as Stew-GaryIndiana

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Happy August 7th, 2014

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Events
August 7
1907 – Walter Johnson pitched his first major-league victory by leading the Washington Senators to a 7-2 win over the Cleveland Indians. Johnson won 414 games in his career.

1970 – Christine McVie joined Fleetwood Mac as the group’s first female member. McVie was married to bass player John McVie. She quit touring with the group in 1991.

1981 – After 128 years of publication, The Washington Star ceased operation. Only one daily newspaper remained to serve the nation’s capital: The Washington Post.

Happy Birthdays

Michael Shannon is 40 today enjoy this Funny or Die Clip of Shannon reading a Sorority Letter

Verna Bloom is 75 she played Marion Wormer one of my favorite films Animal House

Marion Wormer: No, vegetables are sensual. People are sensuous

Otter: Mrs. Wormer, I’m so glad you could come.
Marion Wormer: Cut the crap. Give me a drink.

 

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Caged Animals!

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UNDERDOG POP / EXISTENTIAL R&B / DIGITAL GOSPEL / KALEIDOSCOPIC MINIMALISM this what genre that Caged Animals has on their Facebook profile. I don’t know what this means but I do enjoy listening to the music. Give them a listen. I enjoy having it on my speakers.

Learn more about them http://cagedanimals.net/

Enjoy.

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Stew For Lunch Random Info from the Web 7-24-2013

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Birthdays
July 24
1802 – Alexandre Dumas (La Pailleterie)
playwright, novelist: The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers; died Dec 5, 1870

1897 – Amelia Earhart
aviator: 1st woman to fly solo across the Atlantic; 1st woman to fly solo from Hawaii to California; disappeared July 2, 1937 near Howland Island in the Pacific during a round the world trip from Florida to California

1936 – Ruth Buzzi
comedienne, actress: Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In, The Entertainers, The Steve Allen Comedy Hour, That Girl, Sesame Street, Finders Keepers, Freaky Friday

1947 – Robert Hays
actor: Airplane!, Airplane 2, Take This Job & Shove It, Starman, FM, Angie

1951 – Lynda Carter
actress: Wonder Woman, Partners in Crime, Hawkeye; Miss World-USA

1953 – Steve Grogan
football: New England Patriots quarterback: Super Bowl XX

1962 – Kevin Butler
football: Chicago Bears kicker: Super Bowl XX

1982 – Anna Paquin
actress: X-Men, The Piano, Jane Eyre, Amistad, Almost Famous, Finding Forrester, Buffalo Soldiers

Events
July 24
1956 – After a decade together as the country’s most popular comedy team, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis called it quits this night. They did their last show at the Copacabana nightclub in New York City. The duo ended their relationship exactly 10 years after they had started it.

1969 – Hoyt Wilhelm, pitching for the Chicago White Sox, set a major-league baseball record by pitching in game number 907 of his career. Wilhelm went on to lead all major-league hurlers (number of games pitched) with 1,070 in his career (1952-1972).

1987 – Hulda Crooks, at 91 years of age, climbed Mt. Fuji. Hulda became the oldest person to climb Japan’s highest peak. When she got to the top, she was heard to say, “Hey, dudes — how do I get down from here?”

1998 – “In the last great invasion of the last great war, the greatest danger for eight men … was saving
2001 – The city of Detroit, Michigan celebrated its 300th anniversary with a historical reenactment of city founder Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac landing on the shores of the Detroit River. Included in the tricentennial party, the unveiling of a statue of Cadillac: a gift of the French-American Chamber of Commerce to the city of Detroit. Happy birthday Motor City
On this day in 1983, Kansas City Royals slugger George Brett slammed a two-run homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give the Royals a 5-4 lead over New York. Or did he?
Seconds after Brett crossed home plate, New York Yankees Manager Billy Martin came out of the dugout to protest that the pine tar on Brett’s bat was more than 18 inches up the bat handle. The umpires measured Brett’s bat, using home plate as a measuring rod, and came to the conclusion that Martin was correct — and called Brett out — erasing the Royals lead. Or did they?

The president of the American League, Lee McPhail, later reversed the umpires’ decision on the pine tar and ruled that the game was suspended — with the Royals leading, 5-4. The game was completed 3 1/2 weeks later, on August 18, 1983, in Yankee Stadium. The outcome of the game? It only took 12 minutes to play the remainder of the contest with the Royals tarring the Yankees 5-4.
JUDGE RULES SCHOOL COULD SUSPEND STUDENT WHO HAD HOTS FOR TEACHER

DETROIT (AP) — A judge in Detroit has taken the side of an area university — in a beef with one of its students. The student — who is 57 — was suspended after writing he had a thing for one of his teachers. Federal Judge Patrick Duggan says Oakland University doesn’t have to put up with Joseph Corlett’s writings — and that suspending him didn’t violate his right to free speech. Corlett was suspended last year for going on about his writing instructor. He described her as “tall, blonde, stacked” — and compared her to “Ginger” on the old TV show “Gilligan’s Island. He even titled his essay: “Hot For Teacher” — the name of a Van Halen song. Corlett, who lives in Florida, sued the school. But the judge dismissed the lawsuit.

LIZARD SHOOTS BLOOD FROM EYES

REGINA, Canada (AP) — This is an animal that gives new meaning to the phrase “bloodshot eyes.” Those who visit a national park in Saskatchewan, Canada may get a glimpse of our northern neighbor’s version of the iguana. The Greater Short-Horned Lizard is on the list of “at-risk species.” But the lizard does have one trick that might make it less “at risk” when attacked. It spurts blood out of its eye at approaching enemies. Don’t expect to see that trick if you get close. A biologist says the lizard isn’t afraid of humans, so they save their blood squirting for when they are picked on by a predator like a coyote or fox. And the spurting isn’t just done to freak enemies out. Scientists believe there are chemicals in the lizard’s blood that might be noxious if predators taste it.

”BEAR”-ING THE COST

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — We have all been told what wild bears do in the woods — especially when we ask a question that has an obvious “yes” answer. But do you know what bears might end up eating so they end up “going” in the woods? Quite a bit, if you go by information from Ohio officials who have to house wild animals that are confiscated or surrendered under the state’s exotic animal law. Officials kept two bears recently. And feeding logs show their meals included chicken breast, nuts, cookies and bagels. The other bear dined on hot dogs, lettuce, corn and fish. Before their state-imposed diets, their preferred meals included doughnuts, dog food and Gatorade, as well as pizza and Mountain Dew.

STINKY PLANT READY TO BLOOM IN CALIFORNIA

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) — You’ve probably heard of the smelly plant that recently bloomed in Washington D.C. But did you know there’s a similar plant ready to burst out with funk at the University of California, Santa Barbara. The so-called corpse flower is due to bloom next week. Unlike other flowers that rely on bees for pollination, this one counts on flies. It attracts them with the smell of rotting flesh, and they in turn spread its sticky pollen. The plant gets its smell from sulfur-producing chemicals in its leaves.

BENTLEY AND LAMBORGHINI STOLEN IN PHILADELPHIA

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Here are some thieves with an eye for high-end cars. Authorities say they have recovered a Bentley and a yellow Lamborghini that had been stolen from an apartment building garage. They say the thieves broke into an apartment, swiped the keys and left with the luxury cars. The Lamborghini had a Batman sticker on it — apparently to set off the yellow exterior. Besides the cars, the thieves made off with about $2,500 in cash and a pair of flat-screen TVs. Though the cars have been recovered, police say no one was in them when they were found — and they have no suspects.

MOVING THE ELEPHANTS

CALGARY (AP) — The Calgary Zoo is getting rid of its elephants. Zoo officials have announced they are moving a male Asian elephant named Ganesh. His new home will be Busch Gardens in Florida. That elephant had been on extended loan from the Miami Zoo after the area was hit by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Zoo officials say moving the elephants will be best for them — since other facilities have more full-time space and elephants prefer to be part of a large social group.

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Stew For Lunch Stuff 8-23-2012

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Word of the Day

Definition of CONSTERNATION

: amazement or dismay that hinders or throws into confusion <the two … stared at each other in consternation, and neither knew what to do — Pearl Buck>

Examples of CONSTERNATION

The candidate caused consternation among his supporters by changing positions on a key issue.

Much to her parents’ consternation, she had decided to not go to college.

The fact that the exact depth was recorded on the bottles was the source of considerable consternation among the admirals presiding over the Navy inquiry last week. The depth an attack sub can reach is supposed to be classified… . —Karen Breslau et al., Newsweek, 2 Apr. 2001

Origin of CONSTERNATION

French or Latin; French, from Latin consternation-, consternatio, from consternare to throw into confusion, from com- + -sternare, probably from sternere to spread, strike down — more at strew

First Known Use: 1604

Bozo Criminal of the Day

Did I Say Twin? I Meant To Say Invisible Friend

Bozo criminal for today comes from Big Beaver, Pennsylvania, where bozo Jennifer Taylor checked out of the local Holiday Inn. Hotel employees called the cops when they discovered that in addition to checking herself out, she had checked out with $206 worth of items, including two comforters, two throw blankets, four pillows, an alarm clock, a coffeepot, a basket and a hair dryer. The police were able to track our bozo down at another nearby hotel. It was during questioning that she offered up the Bozo Excuse of the Week. She told the police that it was in fact her evil twin sister who had stolen the items. She was unable to explain why she was in possession of the stolen items and why birth records showed that she did not have a twin. She’s under arrest.

News Stories

Biblical theme park turns donkeys into Wi-Fi hot spots

By QMI Agency

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Sometimes it seems like your Wi-Fi network is powered by nothing more than a hamster on a wheel — and sometimes, as is the case at a biblical theme park in Israel, the Wi-Fi is powered by donkeys. For real.

Kfar Kedem, which re-enacts first- and second-century life, has outfitted donkeys with wireless routers so that visitors can post their photos and comments to Facebook and Twitter.

“We’re mixing this ancient vehicle and the newest gadget to provide (Internet) in the middle of nowhere,” park general manager Menachem Goldberg told Time magazine.

Visitors thresh wheat and press grapes and turn them into bread and wine. They also make cheese, olive oil and wool using ancient methods, all with the help of guides in period dress.

In addition to being mobile Wi-Fi hot spots, the donkeys also take guests on rides through the hills just a stone’s throw from Nazareth — “Abraham rode the original 4×4 — now it’s your turn,” the park’s website says.

“Galilee is very important to Jews and Christians, and people come here with very modern technology like iPads, cameras, and computers in order to find their roots. We are giving them an opportunity to connect with the past.

BIG BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Police say a western Pennsylvania woman blamed her nonexistent twin sister for stealing items from a hotel room.

The Beaver County Times (http://bit.ly/Sm5XDv ) reports Wednesday that police charged 31-year-old Jennifer Brown, of Rochester, with false reports and theft.

State police say Brown took some bed clothes, an alarm clock, coffee pot, basket and a hair dryer — worth a total of $206 — from the Holiday Inn in Big Beaver on Aug. 5. Police say they found Brown in another hotel nearby and she claimed her twin sister had taken the items.

When police found no record of a sister, they say Brown claimed her sister had just returned the items, which police found in the other hotel room.

Brown doesn’t have an attorney. Police say relatives confirmed she doesn’t have a twin.

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A hefty hippo chased away from his herd at a South African game reserve has found a refreshing place to relax: the lodge’s swimming pool. Now it’s stuck there.

The young hippopotamus plopped into the pool on Tuesday at the Monate Conservation Lodge north of Johannesburg. Isabel Wentzel of South Africa’s National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says the pool has no steps. Wentzel says a game capture team will sedate the hippo and lift it out of the pool with a crane. Much of the water has been drained to make the extraction easier.

Because the hippo was chased away by his herd, it will be moved to a new location.

Information from: Beaver County Times, http://www.timesonline.com/

UNIONTOWN, Ind. (AP) — State police say a hit-and-run driver struck and killed a man who was working to change a tire alongside Interstate 64. Authorities say 64-year-old Kenneth Derr of Boonville died yesterday evening near the Perry County town of Uniontown. Derr’s brother was not injured in the crash.

HAMMOND, Ind. (AP) — Unilever will spend $800,000 to spruce up a soap plant in Hammond. The Times of Munster reports the Hammond Redevelopment Commission approved the project this week. City planning director Phil Taillon says the city expects more retailers to join a Walmart moving into the area.

OWENSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has identified an Indiana farm tied to a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe. The FDA says Chamberlain Farms of Owensville has launched a formal recall of the melons. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that of the 178 people infected in 21 states, two people have died.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The FBI says two of 40 people indicted in a drug ring allegedly run by two inmates in different Indiana prisons remain at large.

FBI Special Agent Wendy Osborne says 39-year-old John Smith and 35-year-old Jermaine Coleman were still being sought Thursday morning. She says two others listed on an FBI fugitive bulletin sent out Wednesday were apprehended that evening.

The four were among 40 people named in a federal indictment unsealed Wednesday. That 26-count indictment alleges that inmates Oscar Perez and Justin Addler ran a drug ring from behind bars in prisons in Pendleton and Westville.

Authorities say Perez and Addler arranged the purchase and sale of heroin, methamphetamines and other drugs using cellphones smuggled in by guards who also smuggled drugs into prison.

 

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