Keeler Show Notes for Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
6 AM Hour
Today is Primary Day in Kentucky and Oregon. Locally it is election day for many school districts.
Keeler is sick of political news. He talks about robo calls from the National Republican Congressional Committee targeting Democratic candidate Kim Meyers in the 22nd Congressional District race.
We talk about the first penis transplant, a medical miracle for a man who was suffering from cancer.
Mary Ann from Utica tries to win the Free Money Question of the Day. She wins a certificate for dinner for two from Carmela's Cafe in New Hartford.
Keeler recaps "The Voice." Kristine asks what Christina Aguilera was wearing, her daughter Francesca called her "Christina Draculera."
7 AM Hour
Keeler says he does not know if he is onboard with all of the proposed changes for the Carrier Dome.
Terrorism expert Kevin Mellott joins us to talk about the fact that Osama bin Laden's son may be the future leader of al-Qaeda. "Looking at how the hardball players operate, " Mellott says, he is not so certain that the son will be given the leadership.
"Ralph the Skunk Man" is on...he is still picking up dead animals. "Our elected and appointed officials do not represent the people who put them in office..."
Happy birthday to:
- Justin Jarecki from Clayville
- Edward Luczko
- Kim Tobiasz from Utica
A gift certificate for a birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry Shop on Bleecker Street in Utica goes to Justin. Congratulations!
School board elections take place today. All of the districts have different times.
Simon Owen is on from Fox News to talk about the potential relationship between Donald Trump and the United Kingdom. David Cameron has stood by his comments about Trump's proposal to ban Muslims. Owen says that people in the United Kingdom are very much paying attention to the elections in the United States.
Keeler says that he is on a CPAP machine now.
8 AM Hour
Joe Load gives Keeler some advice about the CPAP, which he has been on for about ten years now.
22nd Congressional District Steven Wells joins us. He is running in the Republican primary against George Phillips and Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney. Wells is taking issue with an editorial by Tenney in the New York Post.
Real estate professionals Robin Mongeau and Bill Mongeau of River Hills Properties are in to talk about their event for realtors and the current real estate climate in the Mohawk Valley. He says that they are "looking for people who are overqualified and under-utilised in their current positions..."
Caller Sue calls in from Utica to talk about school board elections.
New Hartford School District Superintendent Robert Nole is encouraging people to vote in today's school board elections.
Enjoy your day!