Keeler Show Notes for Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
Thursday, September 22nd, 2016
6 AM Hour
A chaotic scene in North Carolina last night as protest turned violent over the fatal shooting of a black man by police - story here. Don King is supporting Donald Trump - story here. And Fox's Rachel Sutherland joins us for an update on this year's key battle ground states. Surprisingly, Nevada is slated to be one of them.
Keeler plays 'Real Headlines or Not?' and our contestant winners dinner for 2 at Carmella's.
Vin Scully - who had been the voice of the Dodgers for 67 years - will retire at season's end. And, he's decided he won't be doing Dodgers postseason games. When the regular season ends, he's done - story here.
And Keeler plays this week's Top 5 songs from iTunes. Did you know any of them?
My Way - Calvin Harris; Starboy - The Weekend featuring Daft Punk; Heathens by Twenty One Pilots; Closer from The Chainsmokers; and at No.1...Forever Country - artists of then, now and forever
7 AM Hour
Catching up Buffalo Bills radio analyst Mark Kelso. The Bills are reeling right now after an 0-2 start. The offense coordinator is out, is Rex next?
Andrew gives an update regarding NY-22 candidate Claudia Tenney. She has not been on the show in some time and has said she won't join our program. Tenney has told us she will come and would join the program this week. Still, though, Andrew says he is being stonewalled by her campaign.
And, we're joined in studio by Herkimer County District Attorney candidate Mike Daley. He wants to respond to incumbent Jeffrey Carpenter's interview from last week. Carpenter called Daley a liar and has asked what Daley would have done differently.
8 AM Hour
Keeler plays a clip of an old George Carlin classic bit on the difference between football and baseball.
Caller Ben chimes in once again regarding the Herkimer County D-A's race.
Judy Hoberman, a gender specialist, on the story of men with 2 years experience earning more than women with 6 years experience. But what Judy has to say about this study may surprise you.
Utica College Football Coach Blaise Faggiano on this weekend's huge homecoming game against Cortland. It's at 1:00 Saturday and will be broadcast, and re-broadcast by Time Warner Cable Sports - info here.
Keeler has audio from CNN, where - as Bill says, they love to send reporters into the riots, then act surprised when the reporter gets run over.