Keeler Show Notes for Monday, August 3rd, 2015
Monday, August 3rd, 2015
Today we will speak with Senator Joe Griffo about Hinckley and two people featured in the 'Spike' television series "Bar Rescue: Back to the Bar."
6 AM Hour
- We start the show off by talking about the American dentist who shot Zimbabwe's favorite lion.
- We continue the lion discussion and take several calls on the issue. Did the dentist know it was a collared animal? Did he use tactics to startle it or draw it out?
- We take a few more calls on the lion and discuss all of the possible scenarios that occurred, but ultimately we do not know all the facts.
- The Mets had a great sweep against the Nats and are in first place.
7 AM Hour
- Aaron Kromer of the Buffalo Bills has been suspended despite charges being dropped. We continue the discussion of Cecil the Lion.
- Commissioner Steven Rodgers is a law enforcement expert and he is on this morning to discuss the topic of body cams on police officers and how it's changing the face of police investigations.
- We talk with Hoola Hoop Fred on the death of Roddy 'Rowdy' Piper and his love of wrestling. We also speak with Emily Tisch Sussman about the upcoming GOP Presidential Debate.
- We play a little trivia contest with Hoola Hoop with Roddy Piper clips and Jeff ruins it...again!
8 AM Hour
- We have Fr. Arthur of Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church in New York Mills and Sharon Jachim is in as well. They are in to promote their big fund-raiser, its annual Polish-American Parish Festival and Flea Market on Friday, August 7th and Saturday, August 8th. Festival Hours Friday and Saturday 5 – 11PM. Flea Market Hours both days 9 AM – 10PM. They also bring in some Pierogi to try.
- Pat calls up to talk about voting demographics for Trump and the GOP. We also speak with Senator Joe Griffo about a number of topics including NANO in Marcy and the Hinckley Reservoir alert system.
- We talk to Steve Smith who is the co-owner of 'Spirits on Bourbon' in New Orleans. He was featured on a follow up series called 'Back to the Bar.'