Keeler Show Notes for Friday, October 21st, 2016
Friday, October 21st, 2016
6 AM Hour
A fundraiser for the Alfred E Smith Memorial Foundation welcomed presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and many other dignitaries, last night. The event allowed for the candidates to crack jokes on each other, but the event became more of a roast.
Whitesboro High School senior Matt Aceto in studio this morning performing. He played 'Ain't No Sunshine' and 'House of the Rising Sun'
Willie Waffle reviews this weekend's movie releases:
- Jack Reacher Never Go Back - 2 Waffles
- Keeping Up With The Joneses - 2 Waffles
- Ouija: Origin of Evil - 3 Waffles
7 AM Hour
Checking in with expert handicapper Brandon Lang on this weeks NFL action. Find out more at BrandonLang.com
Recapping some audio from the Al Smith Memorial Dinner last night where Hillary and Donald got to roast one another, and 'be civil' while exchanging barbs (see audio above)
FREE Money Question of the Day for $100: What candy bar originally came as three separate bars - one chocolate, one vanilla and one strawberry? Answer: Three Musketeers
Herkimer County DA Jeff Carpenter in studio. He is running for re-election and facing challenger and former DA Mike Daley.
8 AM Hour
Ryan Perez and Antoine McKnight in studio to discuss their slasher film Averto, entirely shot in Utica and the surrounding areas. Averto is available on Amazon, and via DVD on Walmart and Best Buy websites.
If you think Hillary and Trump are the worst to possible candidate for POTUS, Keeler thinks you're wrong. The two worse possible candidates are Jill Stein and Gary Johnson. In part, here's another reason why:
Keeler has some audio of POTUS candidate Jill Stein's punk rock band days. It's better than we thought:
Speaking with Lisa Jakub, a Canadian-American actress and author. You'll her role as the older sister in the movie Mrs. Doubtfire. She's coming to the area and will be speaking at MVCC on October 27th (7pm) on how social anxiety changed her life - details here.