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Born on this day!! Singer Barry McGuire is 86. Actor Linda Lavin (“Alice”) is 84. Drummer Don Stevenson of Moby Grape is 79. Actor Victor Banerjee (“A Passage to India”) is 75. Musician Richard Carpenter of The Carpenters is 75. Singer Tito Jackson is 68. Actor Larry Miller (“The Nutty Professor”) is 68. Actor Jere Burns (“Good Morning, Miami,” ″Dear John”) is 67. TV chef Emeril Lagasse is 62. Drummer Mark Reznicek (The Toadies) is 59. Singer Eric Benet is 55. Actor Vanessa Marcil (“Las Vegas,” ″Beverly Hills 90210″) is 53. “Trading Spaces” host Paige Davis is 52. Actor Dominic West (“The Wire”) is 52. Singer Kimberly Schlapman of Little Big Town is 52. Singer Ginuwine is 51. Singer Jaci Velasquez is 42. Actor Brandon Jay McLaren (TV’s “Ransom”) is 41. Singer Keyshia Cole is 40. Actor Vincent Martella (“Everybody Hates Chris”) is 29.


1860 – Eleven-year-old Grace Bedell of Westfield, N.Y., wrote a letter to presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln, suggesting he could improve his appearance by growing a beard.
1914 – With the support of President Wilson, the Clayton Antitrust Act, which made it illegal for companies to buy competitors’ stock, was passed.
1917 – Mata Hari, World War I spy, was executed by a firing squad in Vincennes, France.
1951 – I Love Lucy, starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, had its television debut.
1964 – It was announced that Nikita Khruschev was removed from his positions as premier and secretary of the Communist Party of the USSR.
1966 – The U.S. Department of Transportation was created.
1989 – Wayne Gretzky topped Gordie Howe’s NHL scoring record.
1991 – Clarence Thomas got a narrow (52–48) Senate confirmation of his nomination to the Supreme Court.
1993 – Nelson Mandela and F. W. de Klerk were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their work to end apartheid in South Africa.
2003 – China became the third country to launch a staffed space mission.

Today Is: Blind Americans Equality Day, Global Handwashing Day, International Day of Rural Women, I Love Lucy Day, Mammography Day, National Aesthetician Day, National Boss’s Day, National Cake Decorating Day, National Cheese Curd Day, National Grouch Day, National Latino AIDS Awareness Day, National Shawarma Day, National White Cane Safety Day, National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day

Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)

CBS – 8:00 –  SWAT  /  9:00 – Magnum PI  /  10:00 – Blue Bloods
NBC – 8:00  – Home Sweet Home  /  10:00 – Dateline NBC
ABC – 8:00 –  Shark Tank  /  10:00 – 2020
FOX – 8:00 – MLB Playoffs
CW – 8:00 –  Nancy Drew /  9:00 – Penn and Teller

TV Talk Shows

Jimmy Fallon: Oscar Isaac, Jo Firestone, Alec Benjamin
Stephen Colbert: Drew Carey, Phoebe Robinson (R 9/28/21)
James Corden: Dr. Phil McGraw, Teddy Swims (R 9/9/21)
The Talk: Dermot Mulroney
Live with Kelly and Ryan: Rosario Dawson, Renee Erickson
Ellen DeGeneres: Marlee Matlin, guest host Mario López
Wendy Williams: Leslie Jones (R 3/2/21)
The Real: Torrei Hart
Kelly Clarkson: David Duchovny, Ms. Pat, Soman Chainani, Aespa
Tamron Hall: Amanda Gorman, Tyra Banks
Drew Barrymore: Heather Locklear, Barbara Corcoran

WHAT ARE YOU TALKIN’ ABOUT? Here are today’s PPM-Friendly Topics!

QUESTION: Have aliens REALLY visited the earth?? Neil DeGrasse Tyson says, “NO!!” If they REALLY visit, everyone on earth will KNOW they’ve been here!! (How?)


QUESTION: “Don’t you think that CNN’s lies are dangerous?” Joe Rogan takes Sanjay Gupta apart while discussing Ivermectin on his Spotify podcast!!!!!!!!!!!


QUESTION: Who DOESN’T LIKE “Space Tourism??” That would be the FUTURE KING OF ENGLAND, Prince William!! “We should SAVE PLANET EARTH FIRST!!!” 


QUESTION: Is THIS the dog you wanna pet??? We don’t think so! Killer Robot Dogs become reality as this one has a 6.5 mm SNIPER RIFLE mounted on its back! Yikes!!!!
A robot dog design armed with a 6.5 mm Creedmoor sniper rifle (pictured) capable of precisely hitting targets from 3,940 feet away has been unveiled at the US Army trade show

QUESTION: Is Hollywood GOING ON STRIKE MONDAY?? The IATSE union members have set 10:21 A.M. Monday as their strike deadline, as Tinseltown braces!!!!!

Howie Mandel Feeling Better

Howie Mandel says he’s “home and doing better” after reportedly collapsing at a local Starbucks.  He gave an update Wednesday after being hospitalized for a health scare.  Mandel told fans on Twitter that he experienced low blood sugar.  “I am home and doing better. I was dehydrated and had low blood sugar. I appreciate the great doctors and nurses that took such good care of me. Thank you to everyone who reached out but I am doing ok!” he wrote.  TMZ said Mandel was with his wife and friends at a Starbucks in the Woodland Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles on Wednesday when he suddenly passed out. Paramedics responded to the scene and Mandel was taken to a hospital in Tarzana.
*****He passed out when he saw the prices!!!
*******You know how it is in Hollywood… all his “friends” were hoping there would be an opening at AGT!!!
******He’s a germaphobe… which means he really didn’t like being on the floor at his local Starbucks!!

Clooney Admits He Ruined Batman

George Clooney is out here talking smack about his role as “Batman” again.  He was at New York City’s DGA Theater following a screening of his upcoming film, as director, “The Tender Bar,” starring Ben Affleck, Tye Sheridan, Lily Rabe and Christopher Lloyd.  And, once again, a reporter present just had to ask Clooney for a hot take on playing Batman back in 1997 in “Batman & Robin” — and whether or not he’d do it all over again.  “I did one superhero movie and I f–ked it up so bad they won’t let me near the set,” said Clooney.  He added, “I don’t want to get into all the bat nipples,” referring to his interview last year with Howard Stern, in which he advised costume designers for upcoming DC Comics’ “The Flash” to nix the nips in the new batsuit.  He also said at the time that it “physically hurt” him to rewatch Joel Schumacher’s “Batman & Robin.”  The actor then pivoted away from superhero flicks to discuss his strengths as a filmmaker. “My work, where my bread is buttered, is the kind of films that I grew up in the ’60s and ’70s, which is sort of the prime time for American filmmaking, which were all story-based,” Clooney explained.
*****Her should shut up!! We keep forgetting he ever played Batman.. and we’d like to keep it that way!!!
*******Has he done anything GOOD since the “Oceans” movies???
********Ben Affleck did the movie just so he could cozy up to George’s wife, Anal!!! Er… Amal!!!!

Cher Suing Mary Bono

Cher filed a lawsuit against Mary Bono in Los Angeles on Wednesday, claiming Sonny Bono’s fourth wife and widow is illegally withholding her royalties from Sonny & Cher’s megahits in the ’60s.  In court documents she alleges the former member of Congress has breached a contract signed by Cher and her ex-husband after their divorce. Sonny, whose real name was Salvatore Bono, and Cher married in 1967 and skyrocketed to success as a musical duo. They split in 1974.  The documents cite a “1978 marriage settlement agreement” Sonny and Cher entered into after their split. Cher claims the exes “agreed to equal division of their community property.”  “When they divorced, Plaintiff and Sonny agreed to an equal division of their community property and, to that end, in 1978 Sonny irrevocably assigned to Plaintiff, as her sole and separate property throughout the world and in perpetuity, fifty percent of their rights in musical composition royalties, record royalties, and other assets,” the filing states.  It’s been over 40 years since that agreement was established, and now, Cher’s legal team claims Sonny’s widow “claims that a wholly inapplicable statutory termination provision of the Copyright Act of 1976… has undone Plaintiff’s ownership of her royalties from the songs and recordings that she and Sonny made famous during their marriage, and deprived Plaintiff of other long-established rights under the 1978 agreement.”  Sonny died in 1998 after a ski accident. Mary Bono was appointed the administrator of the late musician’s estate shortly after.
********Sonny died after he hit a tree while skiing. (true) He was buried “Sonny-Side Up!!!”
*******This is why men don’t mind dying young… so they don’t have to deal with their ex-wives!!
*******If it goes to trial, Cher wants an all-gay jury!!!

Rachael Ray Reflects On A Crappy Year

Rachael Ray revealed that she’s grateful just to be alive after suffering two tragedies at her New York properties roughly one year apart from one another.   In August of 2020, she revealed that her house in Lake Luzerne, New York burned down in a fire. The cause was determined to be an issue that started in her fireplace chimney that allowed flames to spread on the roof.  Ray, her husband John Cusimano and their dog Bella were luckily not harmed in the fire. However, she stated in a video showing the aftermath of the blaze that she did lose “15 years of memories; 40 years of notebooks, drawing, thoughts, my life’s work.”  In September, she revealed that her New York City apartment was one of the many to suffer flooding damage after record-breaking and unexpected rainfall damaged a large portion of the city. As if that wasn’t bad enough, her beloved dog passed away amid the coronavirus pandemic as well.  In an interview with Extra, Ray explained that, despite the struggles she’s experienced this year, she noted that she’s most grateful for “being alive.”   “When I lost my dog I was so grateful that I could be with her the last several month of her life,” she explained. “She died in my arms… I felt guilty and grateful at the same time… People suffered actual human loss from COVID or because they couldn’t get care… and how many people died alone.”
********Thanks for the happy thoughts!!!
*******As the Queen would say, it was an “Anus Horriblus!!!”
*****The tragedy for the rest of us is that Rachael stopped wearing makeup!!

Daniel Craig Prefers Gay Bars

James Bond actor Daniel Craig revealed that he prefers to frequent gay bars because he’s less likely to get into a brawl.  “Listen, you know, I’ve been going to gay bars for as long as I can remember, and one of the reasons [is] because I don’t get into fights in gay bars that often,” Craig, who is married to actress Rachel Weisz, told Bruce Bozzi on SiriusXM’s “Lunch With Bruce” podcast Tuesday.  He said that as a youngster, he would find himself getting into several fights when hitting other types of pubs.  “The aggressive d–k-swinging in hetero bars, I just got very sick of as a kid because it was like, ‘I just don’t wanna end up being in a punch-up.’ And I did, that would happen quite a lot,” he admitted.  Craig added that for this reason, he found gay bars “a good place to go.”  He added, “Everybody was chill. … You didn’t really sort of have to state your sexuality.”  He also found that it was easier to meet women at a gay bar because of the environment.  “It was a very safe place to be. And I could meet girls there ’cause there were a lot of girls who were there for exactly the same reason I was there. So I was, there was kind of, you know, there was an ulterior motive,” he said with a laugh.
*******He was just sucking up to Bruce, so to speak!! (Bruce Bozzi is the former owner of the Palms Restaurants, a nationwide upscale steakhouse!!)
********You’ll notice he saved that little tidbit until he was no longer Bond!!!
******Some of these bars won’t let you in unless you’re 009, if you know what we mean!!

Queen Gets The Wax Treatment

Queen Elizabeth II’s newest wax figure came to life on Thursday as it made its way in a horse and carriage in Blackpool, England.  Her statue was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Blackpool. The figure takes up residence at the tourist attraction where it will be joined by models of Prince William and Kate Middleton, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.  Her Majesty is known for her love of corgis and so a model of one was made to accompany her in the House of Wax — and the faux dog made a little (fake) mess on the royal red carpet.  “We are thrilled to have the brand-new figure of the Queen with us,” general manager of Madame Tussauds Blackpool Stuart Jarman stated. “She is an extremely popular attraction here and one that visitors, young and old, always want to see during their visit.  “We have never had a character make such a dramatic entrance, but if such an extravaganza was to happen for anyone, of course, it had to be for Her Majesty,” Jarman continued.
******This is for all those who wonder whether the Queen is waxed!!!
********She melted at the thought!!
*******She was so happy about the dog statue that she dragged her butt across the carpet!!


Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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Stays In Vegas?  Not For Backstreet Boys-(National Enquirer)

The Backstreet Boys won’t be playing Las Vegas!  “The boys can blame the pandemic or lack of international tourists, but the real reason is that no one is buying tickets to their Planet Hollywood residency,” an insider spilled.  “They’re heading to Florida instead to perform at a ‘90s Pool Party at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.”

Golding Plays Killer-(Globe)

Casting about:  “Crazy Rich Asians” star Henry Golding’s drop-dead gorgeous, so it makes sense his next flick, “The Assassin Club,” “takes place in the world of international spies and elite assassins.”  He’ll play the best of the best contract killers.  Hired to kill six people around the world, he realizes his targets are also assassins unknowingly hired to kill each other.  Bet he kills it!

Lucky 13!-(Us Weekly)

He’s her wonder man!  While celebrating her 13th wedding anniversary on Sept. 28, Gal Gadot, 36, took to Instagram to gush over hubby Yaron Varsano.  “Forever isn’t long enough when we are together,” she wrote.  “Thank you for being my partner, my rock, my all.”

Bond’s Golden Girl-(Star)

Sharing a Bond!  Dressed in a dazzling gold gown, Duchess Kate Middleton channeled her late mother-in-law on the No Time to Die red carpet at the movie’s Sept. 28 premiere in London.  The caped confection, which the 39-year-old paired with an elaborate updo, was by one of Diana’s go-to designers, Jenny Packham.  In fact, it was almost identical to the gown Diana wore to another film from the Bond franchise, 1985’s A View to Kill!

Say What?!-(Life & Style)

“I tend to become kind of obsessive about stuff that I get into.  I became a pilot at age 59 and was flying a jet with in two years.”-Christopher Meloni, who’s owned an Eclipse 500.

“If we are lucky enough to make a sequel, I would like it to have musical elements.”-Simu Liu, on his dream for a Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings follow-up.

“What kind of maniac doesn’t want to work with [Nicole] Kidman?…..She’ll try anything.  She’s not afraid to be weird or vulnerable or harsh in any given moment.”-Melissa McCarthy, on her Nine Perfect Stranger’s co-star.

Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton:  Birthday Love-(People)

“Happy birthday to my better half…my WIFE!!!!” Shelton, 45, posted on Instagram Oct. 3, sharing a photo from their July wedding day to celebrate Stefani turning 52.

Last Laughs-(In Touch)

“Producers of the Netflix series Tiger King announced that the show will return for a second season.  ‘Well, that can’t be good,’ said Carole Baskin’s current husband.”-Seth Meyers.

“I heard aliens were about to officially reveal themselves to Earthlings but the whole Jeopardy! mess really turned them off.”-Conan O’Brien.

“A Rhode Island house that was the inspiration for the movie and book The Conjuring sold recently for $1.2 million.  Even more terrifying:  The list price was $900,000.”-Seth Meyers.



World’s Tallest Woman

A Turkish woman who stands at 7 feet, .7 inch tall has been dubbed the tallest woman living by Guinness World Records.  Rumeysa Gelgi, who previously was named the tallest teenager living (female) at age 18 in 2014, claimed a second title when she was officially remeasured by Guinness this year.  Gelgi was born with Weaver syndrome, a rare condition that causes accelerated growth.  The condition forces Gelgi to use a wheelchair for most of her mobility, but she is able to walk for short periods with the help of a walker.  “Every disadvantage can be turned into an advantage for yourself, so accept yourself for who you are, be aware of your potential and do your best,” Gelgi told Guinness.
*********”Take me to your ladder.. I’ll meet your leader later!!!”
*******She’s a little tall for Tom Cruise, but maybe Shaq could take her to dinner??
*******We’re betting she doesn’t wear high heels very often!!

Garden Statues End Up Being Expensive

A pair of statues from a British garden initially were believed to be 18th-century replicas of Egyptian artifacts, but fetched $265,510 at an auction after they were suspected to be thousands of years old.  Mander Auctioneers said a couple moving out of their Sudbury, England, home contacted the auction house to sell off items from the home they were vacating, and among them were a pair of sphinx statues that had spent 15 years in the couple’s garden.  The couple said the statues were purchased from another auction for a few hundred dollars and were believed to be 18th century replicas of ancient Egyptian artifacts.  Auctioneer James Mander said the auction house didn’t question the couple’s appraisal of the statues’ origins and expected them to sell for $410 to $680, but the auction started to skyrocket when prospective buyers suggested the statues could be actual Egyptian items dating thousands of years.  Mander said the statues sold for a final price of $265,510 to an international art gallery.
***********That’s $265,000 in ancient Egyptian dollars!! Or $3.00 in 2021 money!!
*****We thought “sphinx” was shapewear for your butthole!!!
TOPIC: Ever find something valuable that you didn’t KNOW was valuable??

Florida Man Shoots Down Drone

A Florida man accused of shooting down a law enforcement drone in July was indicted Wednesday on charges of possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and destruction of aircraft.  Wendell Doyle Goney was formally charged after he allegedly admitted to shooting a Lake County Sheriff’s Office drone out of the sky with a .22 caliber rifle, according to a news release from the Department of Justice (DOJ). He told deputies that drones had been “harassing” him, the release stated.  On July 11, 2021, deputies from the Lake County Sheriff’s Office responded to a burglary on a 10-acre property in Mount Dora, about 30 miles northwest of Orlando.  The deputies deployed a drone to assist with an outdoor search, only to have it destroyed by gunfire that came from a nearby residence, according to the release.  After deputies confronted Goney, he allegedly admitted to shooting down the drone, while adding that he was not legally allowed to possess a gun as a convicted felon.   Goney has 29 prior felony convictions in the state.
*********That’s not a criminal record… it’s a lifestyle!!!
*****Be honest: how many times have YOU wanted to shoot down a drone??








The Best Happiness Advice People Learned In Therapy



You don’t always have to be OK.

Amber Robinson, a 31-year-old licensed psychotherapist, may help others with their mental health for a living, but she learned a lot about happiness going to therapy herself.

“The best advice I learned is that it is OK if you’re not OK,” she said. “This was so powerful to me because I spent so much time resisting negative emotions and feeling as though I needed to be happy. In actuality, sadness and anger are totally normal and appropriate in certain situations.”

Robinson now makes a point of noticing if she is sad or upset and allowing herself to feel those feelings. “This acceptance has allowed me to understand that things are really going to be OK, and it makes the negative emotion less powerful overall,” she explained.

Trust yourself.

Valerie Dauphin, a life coach and author, was having a hard time feeling happy due to decision fatigue. But she received this valuable advice from her therapist, which has led her to feel much better about having to pick a path to travel: “The most memorable advice I received was, ‘Whatever decision you make, just line yourself up with it,’” she explained.

This helped Dauphin take the stress out of decision-making by learning that she could be satisfied with any decision she makes, as long as she was fully on board with her reasons — and could have her own back whatever the outcome.

“I apply this advice every time I have decisions to make, especially the more substantial ones,” she said. “I have healthy confidence and feel solid about navigating choices.”

Accept that sometimes you’ll mess up.

Ravi Davda, a 32-year-old marketing professional, has found power in the concept of self-acceptance.

“This was difficult because, for me, I was always questioning my actions. Am I doing this right? Should I be doing it another way? Is acting this way or feeling this way right? Is it wrong?” he said.

His therapist explained that, as humans, we’re all just trying our best. And we have to accept that sometimes we will do things wrong and that sometimes we won’t feel our best.

“It resonated with me because for a long time, I thought I needed to do things differently,” Davda explained. “I thought that I had to be a certain way, even if I didn’t want to be. I felt bad every time I felt low or down.”

This advice has allowed him to trust himself and his decisions and to trust that he is doing his best.

Kristin Runyan, a 30-year-old digital marketing professional, said she was constantly under pressure when she was growing up. “I wasn’t allowed to have flaws, and as a stereotypical Type A personality, I am incredibly perfectionistic,” she said.

But there are so many things Runyan wants to do in her life that require her to do new things ― and when you do something new, you will inevitably make mistakes.

“Fear of making mistakes has held me back from pursuing my dreams,” she said. It was only when her therapist urged her to occasionally fail that she felt so much more inspired. “I follow[ed] my dream of starting a business with an environmental mission, [and] I had to accept sometimes I would make mistakes,” Runyan explained. “Adopting a different mindset has allowed me to begin embracing a growth mindset and find joy in learning.”

Let go of judgment over things that don’t matter.

Amelia Alvin, a 44-year-old psychiatrist, used to struggle with being judgmental.

“I spent half of my life judging people over petty matters and casual opinions,” she said. Then her therapist told her, “Life is too short to hold grudges and hate people.”

This, Alvin said, is the best happiness advice she ever received. “I was bottled up with bitterness until my therapist made me realize negativity is not worth holding up,” she explained.

Ask yourself “why?”

Claire Westbrook, a 31-year-old founder of an LSAT prep course, learned the importance of asking herself questions, particularly when something was bothering her.

“So many people flee from things simply because they create negative feelings, but they don’t bother asking themselves why,” she said. “By asking yourself why something is making you sad, upset, angry or uncomfortable, you’re able to understand yourself better and weaken its power over you.”

This has helped her to drill down to the root of a problem, work through it and then feel happier after the fact.

Start your day with a good attitude toward others.

Chantal Dempsey, a 46-year-old life coach, was so inspired by this advice she learned in therapy that she chose a career out of bestowing this wisdom upon others: “Every morning, make sure you act and seem happy for the first half-hour of the day when you get to work, school or college,” she said.

“After half an hour, because you have created a nice vibrant energy around you and people are nice to you, this, in turn, makes you feel better,” she continued. “People are smiling to you, they are happy to see you, which changes your state and fills your positivity and happiness pot.”

Take your own happiness seriously.

This powerful statement greatly impacted Jeanine Duval, who co-founded and edits an online resource for tarot and astrology enthusiasts.

“It seems pretty obvious, but it is so easy to put your own happiness on the back burner due to external stressors like work, relationships or just life as a whole,” Duval said. “It’s so easy to say, ‘I’ll worry about myself later,’ but when I finally learned to take my happiness seriously, I also learned to worry about myself now.”

She also learned that a lot of people think they can have full control over other peoples’ feelings, but noted the importance of letting that go. “You can only control your own feelings, which means you can control the actions that trigger those feelings,” she added. “Don’t ignore what makes you happy, or else you’re holding yourself back.”

Self-care isn’t selfish.

Kimberly King, a 51-year-old parenting expert and author, spent years being a dedicated mom of three, a Navy wife and a kindergarten teacher. In the process, she lost herself.

“I became obsessed with taking care of everybody and everything, and it left me with no time or energy to focus on myself,” she explained.

But then her therapist told her that it was important to focus on herself more.

“I guess I needed to hear this from a therapist because I just couldn’t see how bad it was,” she said. “I made therapy night my night. No cooking, no kids’ homework, no cleaning. I went to therapy and then would meet up with a girlfriend for dinner.”

That led to her prioritizing other self-care routines.

“I started going to yoga every day. The friends I made at my yoga studio are my soul sisters. I go outside every day with walks and runs. I took baths with a locked door. I started writing again and pursued my calling to be an author of children’s books,” she said.

Mone Symone, a 26-year-old manager, went to therapy for years to help overcome childhood trauma. She said the best advice she received in the process is: “I’m in control of my happiness and my life, and to always use my voice no matter what.”

“Hearing that helped to motivate me not to settle for less than what I deserve. That if I wanted better out of life, I had to make it happen,” she said.

This has also helped her in her music industry career. “People expect me to take a lot of B.S. or change myself to benefit them, but I always think back on that advice to stand up for myself and always use my voice,” she said.

Fake it until you make it.

After two years in therapy, Heather Keita, a 36-year-old editor, finally received some advice that ended her cycle of unhappiness.

“The more you assure yourself of your happiness, existent or non, you eventually will experience the happiness you conjured up,” she said.

She now tells herself: “I am happy today because I have this awesome food to eat and my car was just washed and is looking great,” or “I am happy today because I went to work, made some money, and get to enjoy my time off now.”

Doing this on a daily basis has allowed Keita to focus on the many reasons she has to be happy. “They were there the whole time, even during all the time I spent wasting being unhappy,” she said. “Now, the only thing that I am truly unhappy about is that it took years of therapy to realize that this amazing little trick exists.”


The preceding material was compiled and edited by Brandon Castillo.  The Editor-In-Chief is Gary Bryan.  The Radio Genius Show Prep Service is licensed for use on-air only by subscribing radio stations.  Other means of redistribution is forbidden.
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