Keeler in the Morning Show Notes for Wednesday, Dec 11th
Here’s a wrap-up of today’s Keeler in the Morning Show on WIBX for Wednesday, December 11th.
Legislator Gary Hartman made comments about Safe Act and Remington, he’ll be on today at 7:35
Nelson Mandela Memorial yesterday, and the President is being criticized for taking a ‘selfie’
Toy Drive Auction and Egg Nog Drop – a lot to discus today
Toddler Stupidity, Actually Adult stupidity: A baby potty seat with an iPad holder?
The Infant Toilet Seat with iPad Holder
Are you kidding: here.
What a Waste!!! Stoplights that Stop us for NO reason
Intern Jordan is on the story with a test this morning. We’re driving the arterial and Genesee Street to see if there’s any sensibility to the light timers. Why not sensors?
It seems too often we’re sitting at a 4-way stoplight alone! What a waste of gas, time and money! Results coming in the 7am hour.
Gabby Cabby- Peter Franklin
NYC Ban on electronic cigarette?
$57 (m) million dollars for Norman Rockwell paintings
NYPD just sent out letters to 500 registered gun owners, modify to a single shot or get the gun out of NYC:
Anthony Thomas is a Senior at VVS – He’s doing something big for the Toy Drive
Instead of paying to get in, a donated toy will satisfy the cost of admission.
Intern Jordan and the Stop Light test
He’s testing the Arterial first. It seemed to flow properly. Next test: Genesee Street Utica.
AUDIO – VVS student drive and Jordan checks:
Outgoing Herkimer County Legislator Gary Hartman Told You So:
Legislator was criticized for supporting NY SAFE ACT and saying it wouldn’t hurt Remington Arms
Calling in: Jim Piccola of the DOT
Official word on traffic congestion. There is probably an implosion being planned to take down the old warehouse building near the Arterial project.
Canadian Airline Video Goes Viral
Click here to watch this amazing video.
Jeff Idelson from the Baseball Hall of Fame
Joe Torre is going in. It should be a big Hall of Fame weekend in July.
Intern Jordan Comes Back UP Genesee Street
Lou Calls in to Talk About the NY Safe Act