Here’s a wrap-up of today’s Keeler in the Morning Show on WIBX for Monday, December 2nd.

WIBX VIP Club Gripe of the Day is: Freezing Fog
Hometown of the Day:  Lockport
Newsmaker of the Day:  Lainey
This Day in History:  click here

Topics today:

Cyber Monday.  Big numbers and 30% of it all was purchased on mobil devices.

Was this the best Football Play Ever?

Auburn upsets Alabama with a 108-yard TD play with 1 second left.  Crazy!

Kim Strong of Lainey's Army On Air Talking about Plea Deal

A plea bargain was reached for the man charged with starving to death the dog Lainey.  It was learned that the incident stemmed from a domestic break-up.  Here's the story from the OD and the audio will be posted soon.

The Twelve Days of Christmas

If you were to buy all twelve items once, it would cost you $27,393. It's $114,651.18 if you followed the numbers, like FIVE golden rings.

Congressman Richard Hanna on Remington

Remington is getting a big contract.  The story.

Brent Axe from Syracuse.com on 'Cuse

Football and Basketball are both in the news.  The Orange play Indiana tonight.

Will they get a bowl game?  Is basketball really a Top 5 team?

Audio to follow:

Holiday Shopping Prank. Here's another video

Assemblyman Marc Butler in Studio Talking about Common Core

Marc is talking about Remington Arms and their new military contract, plus Common Core.  he holds public forums throughout the region.  There's one this afternoon from 4 til 8 in Lowville.   Audio coming:

Marc Butler Continues on Common Core and School Funding Inequities

We're asking for schools to do more, but the wealthy schools are able to spend 80% more per student.  Is that fair to our students?

Part 1:

Part 2:

Whitesboro Fire Dept. and the Toy Drive

Dave Jacobowicz is on -

The 12 Days of Christmas...in 2013?

If the items were from 2013?

11 Ladies Twerking

iPhone 5S

Facebook Likes

Others?

New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss is Saturday Night

Scott Hayes of New York Sash and Gary Heenan of UC Hockey are in-studio

Our Intern's Photographic Memory

This will be interesting: