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Born on this day!! Country singer Leroy Van Dyke is 93. Actor Felicia Farr (“The Player,” “Kotch”) is 90. Author Roy Blount Jr. is 81. Actor Lori Saunders (“Petticoat Junction”) is 81. Actor Clifton Davis (“Madam Secretary,” “Amen”) is 77. Actor Susan Sarandon is 76. Actor Armand Assante is 73. Actor Alan Rosenberg (“Cybill,” ″L.A. Law”) is 72. Actor Christoph Waltz (“Inglourious Basterds,” ″Water for Elephants”) is 66. Actor Bill Fagerbakke (“Coach,” ″Spongebob Squarepants”) is 65. Actor Kyra Schon (“Night of the Living Dead”) is 65. Rap producer Russell Simmons is 65. Actor Wendy Makkena (“Sister Act” films) is 64. Keyboardist Chris Lowe of The Pet Shop Boys is 63. Keyboardist Gregg “Hobie” Hubbard of Sawyer Brown is 62. Actor David W. Harper (“The Waltons”) is 61. Singer Jon Secada is 61. Media personality John Melendez (aka “Stuttering John”) is 57. Actor Jerry Minor (“Dr. Ken,” ″Community”) is 55. Actor Liev Schreiber (“The Manchurian Candidate,” ″Scream 2″) is 55. Actor Abraham Benrubi (“Men In Trees,” ″ER”) is 53. Country singer-guitarist Heidi Newfield (Trick Pony) is 52. Singer-guitarist M. Ward of She and Him is 49. Actor Alicia Silverstone is 46. Keyboardist Robbie Bennett of The War On Drugs is 44. Actor Dana Davis (“Franklin and Bash,” “10 Things I Hate About You”) is 44. Actor Phillip Glasser (“Hang Time”) is 44. Singer-guitarist Marc Roberge of O.A.R. is 44. Actor Rachel Leigh Cook (“Josie and the Pussycats,” ″She’s All That”) is 43. Singer Jessica Benson of 3LW is 35. Actor Melissa Benoist (“Supergirl,” ″Glee”) is 34. Actor Dakota Johnson (“Fifty Shades of Grey”) is 33. Singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock of Little Mix is 31


1957 – The Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik, into orbit around the earth, ushering in the Space Age and Space Race.
1887 – The International Herald Tribune was published for the first time.
1895 – The first U.S. Open Golf tournament was held in Newport, Rhode Island.
1965 – Pope Paul VI made the first visit to the Western Hemisphere by a reigning pope. He came to New York to address the UN General Assembly.
1970 – Rock singer Janis Joplin was found dead of a drug overdose at age 27.
1990 – The German parliament met for the first time since the reunification of Germany.
2001 – Authorities confirmed a tabloid editor in Florida had contracted anthrax. He died the next day.
2002 – John Walker Lindh, the “American Taliban,” received a 20-year sentence.

Today Is: Blessing of The Animals Day, Dick Tracy Day, Improve Your Office Day, International Ship in A Bottle Day, Kanelbullens Dag (Cinnamon Roll Day), National Fruit At Work Day, National Taco Day, Ten-Four Day, Vodka Day, World Child Development Day, World Child Health Day, World Animal Day, Yom Kippur

Primetime TV (All Times Eastern)

CBS – 8:00 – FBI   /  9:00 – FBI International  /  10:00 – FBI Most Wanted
NBC – 8:00  – The Voice  /  9:00 – La Brea  /  10:00 – New Amsterdam
ABC – 8:00 –  Bachelor In Paradise  /  10:00 – The Rookie
FOX – 8:00 – The Resident  /  9:00 – Monarch
CW – 8:00 –  Leonardo /  9:00 – Devils

TV Talk Shows

Jimmy Fallon: Ralph Macchio, Jennifer Beals, Lea Thompson, Modern English
Stephen Colbert: Maggie Haberman
Seth Meyers: Queen Latifah, Sarah Sherman, Celeste Ng
James Corden: Mila Kunis, Clea DuVall, a performance by the national touring company of “Oklahoma!”
Watch What Happens Live: Bob Weir, Anderson Cooper
Live with Kelly and Ryan: Jimmy Fallon, Rachel Bloom, Chris Valdes
Kelly Clarkson: Beth Behrs, Max Greenfield, Camila Alves McConaughey, Silvana Estrada
Drew Barrymore: Jon Hamm, Bobby Moynihan, Betty Gilpin
Jennifer Hudson: LL Cool J, Michael R. Jackson

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

QUESTION: Do fishermen LIE?? These guys do!! They won the Walleye Championship, but had to give the money back when they were caught putting weights in the fish!!


QUESTION: How did she catch her CHEATING BOYFRIEND? With the help of ALEXA!! Warning: Alexa stores ALL voice recordings, which can be accessed later!! Uh, oh….


QUESTION: Do we need MISS MANNERS in 2022?? Here are some modern etiquette tips from Emily Post’s grandkid: “Don’t eat in the Uber!” “Tell the nanny about the camera!!”


QUESTION: Could Kim K be following MARTHA STEWART into PRISON?? She gets nabbed by the SEC for a “pump and dump” scheme promoting CRYPTO CURRENCY!!
Kardashian paid $1.26 million in fines and penalties for an Instagram post touting EMAX.

QUESTION: Could YOUR kid be the next PRINCE HARRY?? Netflix is looking for a 16-20-year-old to play the prince in the next season of “The Crown!!” (EOE, Gingers preferred)
An advert calling for the next Prince Harry advert - could it be you? Applicants are asked to email by Friday October 14

Will Smith Competing For Another Oscar

Will Smith is set to compete for next year’s best actor with the surprise announcement that his slavery thriller Emancipation will be released in December.  The Apple film, directed by Training Day’s Antoine Fuqua, had originally been slated for a 2022 release but was shelved after the actor slapped Chris Rock at this year’s Oscars ceremony before he went on to win best actor for his role in King Richard.  The film was screened Sunday night in Washington as part of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Legislative Conference and a trailer was released yesterday along with a December 2nd theatrical release date before heading to Apple TV+ on December 9th.
*********We’re glad it’s coming out… everyone’s forgotten about the slap already!!
****And even if he’s banned from appearing on the Oscars, there are plenty of other awards shows where he can slap people!! The entire Golden Globes panel could use a good smack!!!
TOPIC: Would the slapping thing stop you from going to his movie??

Terry Bradshaw Battling Cancer

Terry Bradshaw, the legendary Steelers quarterback and Hall of Famer, revealed Sunday that he’s battled cancer twice over the past 12 months.  “Last week on this show, I ran out of breath, and Howie [Long] helped me up,” Bradshaw said. “And a lot of people are asking what’s wrong with me, what’s happened to me physically. I just want to address it and let you know what has happened in my life.”  Bradshaw revealed that in November he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. He went to the Yale University Medical Center to undergo surgery and treatment.  “As of today, I am bladder-cancer free. That’s the good news,” he said. Bradshaw continued and said in March he got an MRI for a bad neck and found a tumor there. It was a Merkel cell tumor, a rare form of skin cancer, and had surgery done in Houston.  “Folks, I may not look like my old self, but I feel like my old self. I’m cancer free, I’m feeling great. And over time, I’m going to be back to where I normally am,” he said.
*********Even cancer took one look at him and said, “No thanks!!

Harry and Meghan Looking For Another Home

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be moving from Montecito, Calif., to the Hope Ranch community.  The Santa Barbara News-Press reported on Friday that the couple have been “hunting” for a new place as theirs no longer “properly accommodate[s]” them.  Hope Ranch is a private community about 10 miles away from Montecito, where the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved in March 2020 with their son, Archie, now 3.  Since living in California, the pair have gone on to welcome daughter Lilibet, 1.  Their possible new neighborhood doesn’t just boast a members-only country club and a golf club, but also includes access to tennis courts, picnic grounds and a network of equestrian trails.  Homes in the area can reportedly reach as high as $22 million. It’s unclear whether they have already purchased a new place there or are just looking.  The duo’s alleged relocation efforts come two months after news broke that their home was the victim of multiple intruder scares in May.
**********Her dad keeps trying to break in!!!
*****We hear that her staff is trying to break OUT!!
*****They  came to California to be “private people!!” We wonder, when is that gonna start??

Friends Says That Coolio Was Drug Free

Late rapper Coolio had steered clear of drugs and excess drinking in the years leading up to his death despite struggling with substance abuse in the past, according to a close friend.    He died last week in Los Angeles from a suspected cardiac arrest. He was 59.  His history of drug abuse and crack cocaine addiction led some fans to speculate he died of a drug overdose, after being found on his friend’s bathroom floor in downtown LA.   But his manager said the cause appeared to be a heart attack, and a close friend also testified to Coolio’s sobriety in recent years. Eric Yano, a Vegas-based friend of the late rapper who has known him for 18 years told in an exclusive interview that despite Coolio’s struggles with drugs in the past, he had never seen him drink, smoke or take any substances during their two-decade friendship.  ‘He would never show up intoxicated or on a different planet like most people. I never saw him drinking. He’d usually have a glass of water,’ Yano said. ‘A lot of people would ask to smoke a joint with him but he never smoked.  ‘When the news came yesterday about his passing, I was shocked. Was it something health related?  ‘But I was just with him a few weeks ago, and he seemed completely fine. No mention of any sort of heart condition or any medical condition.”
********Did he take the vaccine?? Just askin’!!!
*****Coolio was no foolio!!!

The Next James Bond Probably Won’t Be Young

James Bond producer Michael G. Wilson has asserted that younger actors are out of the running for 007 because the character is a “veteran,” not “some kid out of high school.”  The search for Daniel Craig’s successor has not yet begun, but Wilson and the rest of the team have an idea of what they will be looking for when auditioning for the role. According to Deadline, the James Bond producer touched on the 007 casting criteria during a recent event at London’s BFI, explaining why “a thirty-something” actor is fitting for the character.  “We’ve tried looking at younger people in the past,” he said. “But trying to visualize it doesn’t work. Remember, Bond’s already a veteran. He’s had some experience. He’s a person who has been through the wars, so to speak. He’s probably been in the SAS or something. He isn’t some kid out of high school that you can bring in and start off. That’s why it works for a thirty-something.”  The youngest actor to have portrayed 007 is George Lazenby, who was 29 when he filmed On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. The rest of the Bond actors were in their thirties and forties when they first signed up for the role and that doesn’t look set to change.
*******Michael Caine is in his 80s!! Is THAT too old??
TOPIC: Who should be the next Bond?? Idris Elba is 50, but we’re in to see him get the part!!

Ringo Starr Battling COVID

Ringo Starr has cancelled several upcoming shows on his North American tour after catching Covid-19.  He had been playing a string of dates in the US and Canada with his All-Starr band before falling ill this weekend.  After cancelling two shows at the last minute, “it has been confirmed today that Ringo has Covid and the tour will be on hold”, his spokesperson said.  He is “recovering at home” and hopes to resume shows soon, they added.  Tour dates planned for this week in Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia have all been cancelled. A decision has yet to be taken on upcoming shows in the US and Mexico.  “We will keep fans updated with any further news or changes,” his spokesperson told the BBC.  Last year, Sir Ringo confessed that he had rarely ventured outside in the early days of the pandemic, to avoid catching Covid-19.
*********He can’t be killed by COVID!! He’s a Beatle!!!
*****In an official statement, Ringo said, “This can’t be happening!! Not when Keith Richards is still alive!!


Ripping The Tabloids (Throughout the week, we’ll give you the stories from that weeks tabs!)
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 Ready for It? – (US Magazine) 

Taylor Swift’s love story is getting a happy ending. According to a source, the notoriously private songbird, 32, has quietly accepted a marriage proposal from her beau of six years, Joe Alwyn, 31. “Taylor’s finally ready to share her happiness with her fans,” the source tells US, adding that Swift is currently figuring out how she’ll announce the engagement to the public. “Maybe an Easter egg leading up to the release of “Midnights” – or in a sog lyric that’ll be revealed when the album drops.” Either way, adds the source, “It’ll come out in the next couple of months!”



Moose Visits School

Children at a Maine daycare looked out a window and took in an unusual sight — a moose visiting the campus.  The Summit Learning Center in Bangor said the moose showed up outside the window, to the great amusement of the children.  “We had quite a big visitor,” the daycare said in a Facebook post. “The kids were super excited. Who would have thought we’d have a moose sighting in Downtown Bangor?!”  The post said game wardens responded to the scene to ensure “our friend made it back to his home safely.”
*********And that night, everyone had MOOSE SOUP!!
********What’s the plural of “moose?” It’s “moose!!”
*********Did someone at the school call for an “emotional support moose??”

Runaway Peacocks

Police in Arkansas were flagged down by bystanders to deal with an unusual situation — a pair of peacocks wandering loose in a parking lot.  The Jonesboro Police Department said officers were flagged down Wednesday by witnesses outside Skin Fix Med Spa Jonesboro and alerted to the presence of two loose peacocks.  The officers worked to keep the peacocks contained in the parking lot while awaiting personnel from Jonesboro Animal Control. The animal control officers were able to corral the birds, which were later reunited with their owner, police said.
********Their owner is probably a drug dealer.. they use peacocks as watchdogs (true)!!!

Lighthouse Sold At Auction

The federal government has sold off a rather inhospitable lighthouse in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay for a six-figure sum after a bidding war at auction.  The Hooper Island Lighthouse, located west of Middle Hooper Island in Maryland’s Dorchester County, at first drew little interest, The Washington Post reported. But then five potential buyers drove up the price from a starting bid of $15,000 to the winning bid of $192,000.  Will Powell, a spokesman for the U.S. General Services Administration, told the newspaper the lighthouse comes with strings attached. The new owners must maintain it as a Coast Guard navigational aid, observe historic preservation standards and sign a memorandum of agreement with the Navy about when it can be accessed.  The rusting lighthouse known locally as the “sparkplug” has an outer ladder but no nearby dock for a boat to moor. A 2019 inspection also found lead-based paint, asbestos, benzene and other dangerous substances inside, where there is no water, electricity or other utilities.   “It is a unique opportunity,” Powell told the Post. “And there are people out there that love lighthouses.”
***********Lead-based paint, asbestos and benzene?? Sounds like new construction in Mississippi!!
********Living in a lighthouse really cuts down on your holiday visitors!!

Florida Man Survives Hurricane On A Sofa

Hurricane Ian has been described as one of the largest natural disasters to ever hit Florida, with its winds and coastal surges terrorizing millions of people. In the worst hit part of southwest Florida, David Dean told us how he saw out Hurricane Ian. “I found myself around three or four in the afternoon, floating on a sofa with my head just above the ceiling fans, 18 inches below the ceiling. I was gasping for air.” As the water rose inside David’s 1970s single-story home, he planned for the worst – and an exit route.  “From that point, it was going to be to try to get out the door and hold on to a palm tree or something. The water was very cold and I was shivering. It was pretty horrific,” he said.  “For about two-and-a-half hours I was bobbing in that water. I couldn’t touch the bottom and was just waiting for the storm to pass.”
********You mean they were SERIOUS about the storm surge??
*****We always our cousin as a flotation device!!!
TOPIC Ever been caught in a natural disaster???










5 Habits That Have Been Wiped Out By The Internet


  1. We rarely use physical maps.

Maybe it’s wrong to call reading a map a habit. It was more of a behavior or an activity, but plenty of people used to read maps. If you’re engaging in cartophilia these days, it sounds X-rated, but it really just means you love maps. People collect them now, but paper maps were indispensable in their day. You’d pull over your car and unfold your map and try to figure out where you were.  Today? “A few years ago, one of my students was astonished to learn from his dad that people used to use something called paper maps on road trips,” said Margaret Cassidy, a professor of communications at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.

She said that she often begins her course with an assignment for which students have to interview someone who is old enough to remember life before digital media. And this particular student actually had no clue that paper maps were once a thing.  “You could see from the way he struggled to describe this thing — paper maps — that he really couldn’t imagine how they were used or how people ever managed to find their way from one place to another,” Cassidy said.  Cassidy remembers being younger and looking at road maps ― flipping through the pages of the Rand McNally Road Atlas, wondering about parts of the United States that she had never visited and trying to understand where different places were relative to one another.  “Globes are so good for this type of imagining, too; they show us the world in ways that two-dimensional representations just can’t capture,” Cassidy said. “What’s directly on the other side of the world from me? Just how big is the Pacific Ocean? How close is Russia to the United States? Is it a longer trip from New York to Thailand if you fly to the west or to the east?”

But what the internet has really stolen from us is the ability to read a map — or if it hasn’t yet, it will, according to John Clark, who works at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Clark is a geospatial services librarian, which basically means he is a mapping expert. He thinks that apps are gradually eroding our ability to read maps.  “Phone apps, which are called maps, are not maps at all,” Clark said. “They are only route-finding solutions. When we are lost, our phone does not tell us where we are. It only tells us the next turn to take. In other words, our phones are reading the map for us. In a very profound way, we are still lost.”

But it’s not all bad: Cassidy said that digital maps have their charms.

“I know I’m not the only one who sometimes looks around on Google Earth, just for fun, zooming in as close as I can to places that I’ve never seen before, sometimes places I never even knew existed,” she said.  Also, as anyone who has ever been hopelessly lost in the middle of the dark countryside at night knows, map apps can be a godsend. It’s hard to read a paper map in the dark.


  1. We never sit down and read an encyclopedia.

Print encyclopedias aren’t fully dead, but they’re close. The World Book Encyclopedia is the only encyclopedia still in print, at least according to its website.  Richard Hanley, an associate professor of journalism at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, said he remembers reading volumes of encyclopedias as a kid “because I thought that was what you did with it.” Years later, he worked for an encyclopedia company’s online production department, which he said helped “put a dagger through its printed existence.”  “It is highly unlikely that a child of today sees the online encyclopedia as something that is read,” he said.  Hanley may have a point. The internet has changed the way we consume information.

“There is no doubt that basic literacy practices have changed when it comes to using indexes,” said Elizabeth Losh, a professor of American studies and English at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. “When I ask students to find information, they don’t flip pages to the back of the book; they open up a PDF of the document and do a word search.”  Something has been lost in the ease of the word search, Losh said.  “I have to admit that they can often find a passage more quickly that way,” she said. “But they miss out on all of the ways that a book can be explored through the indexer’s ‘back door,’ which often differs greatly from the ‘front door’ in the table of contents.”

But it’s not all bad: If you’re a parent of an inquisitive child, you probably are well aware that it’s still fully possible for them to fall down rabbit holes in Wikipedia and other online encyclopedias, just like adults sometimes do.


  1. We aren’t spreading the Sunday paper out at the breakfast table.

Oh, sure, some of us are still reading the Sunday paper, but daily newspaper circulations have been taking a beating for years. Throughout the 1990s, the United States pretty consistently had 60-some million people subscribing to Sunday newspapers, according to the Pew Research Center.  By 2020, the number of Americans subscribing to a paper version of the Sunday newspaper was 25.7 million. And you can probably shave off another million or two today, given that circulation has been in freefall every year throughout the 21st century.  “Those long, lazy, legs-crossed Sunday mornings are still with us, but we’re more likely than not to be reading on a screen rather than snapping open a broadsheet newspaper and holding it just above our eyes to read,” Hanley said. “Die-hards still cling to practice of leafing through the bundle of sections and tossing stuff that’s not of interest to them on the floor or to the end of the sofa, and that action has its nostalgic charms. But spending Sunday with a newspaper is no longer a thing.”

But it’s not all bad: The physical part of reading the Sunday newspaper is gone for a lot of Americans, but at least reading the news on Sunday is still happening, said Kristie Bunton, dean and professor of journalism at the Bob Schieffer College of Communication at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas.  “Maybe the internet did not wipe out the Sunday newspaper habit,” she said. “Maybe what the internet did ― what digital communication did ― was wipe out the habit of retrieving a physical newspaper off the front porch on Sunday mornings and shift the act of reading news to online platforms.”

After all, while the Sunday print paper circulation is pretty dismal, digital subscriptions for newspapers are up, Bunton said.  “For example, more than 5 million people now buy digital subscriptions to read The New York Times online. In the past, the Sunday paper edition of the Times had about 1.5 million subscribers,” Bunton said. “People who live all over the country and the world now read the digital edition of the Times on Sunday. They couldn’t do that when a paper newspaper from New York wasn’t available for delivery to their front porches.”  Bunton also pointed out that a lot of digital Sunday newspapers are arguably better than their print version counterparts.

“That’s because in addition to text, people get video clips, sound bites, high-definition photos, and animations and simulations of places in the news from something we still call a news ‘paper,’” Bunton said.


  1. We don’t rush to our sofas for “appointment TV.”

The dictionary Merriam-Webster (there’s another pastime that rarely occurs: thumbing through a dictionary), defines “appointment TV” as “television programming that people make time to watch at the time of its original broadcast because they have a strong desire to see what will happen or be done or said.” If you came of age during the 20th century, you know the mounting excitement of racing to the TV to watch something you’re really excited to see ― and making darn sure you were there. There was an innocence about sitting down and watching that brand new, shiny TV series or special. Between DVR, cloud storage and streaming services enabling our new binge-watching habits, it’s just not the same anymore. But it’s not all bad: Back in the day, TV networks tended to rerun episodes of series or specials maybe once or twice the rest of the year. Especially before VCRs were popular, you really had to make sure you were at your TV if there was something you wanted to watch. It could be kind of stressful, and watching TV shouldn’t be something that causes you a lot of anxiety.

While we’ve probably lost something when we don’t all have to gather around the TV to watch a show, it was never fun when you had to miss something. You also couldn’t replay a favorite show, rewatch a favorite scene or pause a program for a bathroom break. In fact, now that we think about it, appointment TV kind of sucked. That said, appointment TV isn’t completely gone, Cassidy noted. After all, if you want to watch Taylor Swift make an appearance live on the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards, you have to turn on your TV at the appointed time and watch it. Of course, if you miss it, you can probably find a clip in a few minutes on YouTube or Twitter ― along with a bunch of Swifties or haters passing judgment. “We don’t watch much at its scheduled time, other than sporting events, news, political speeches and debates, awards shows,” Cassidy said. “But when we do, we do it differently than people used to because we use social media to discuss it and comment on it in real time.”


  1. We aren’t writing letters much anymore.

Once upon a time, people wrote long letters to each other and waited anxiously for the postal service to bring back a reply. Then email was invented, and the ancient art of letter writing died, replaced by the modern art of typing lengthy emails. And then texting came, and email died. The end.

But it’s not all bad: Harry Reis, a professor of psychology at the University of Rochester in Rochester, New York, said that arguably we’re better off with the internet. If the whole point of a letter was to connect and stay in touch, the internet has allowed just that. “Technology has made it easy to be in constant contact with friends and family who are far away, whether they or oneself are traveling or living elsewhere,” Reis said. “Sustaining these relationships is known to be an important influence on health and well-being.” Reis also pointed out that technology has somewhat roughed up the occasional in-person visit, where people would come over to, you know, talk (of course, this was before the pandemic almost drove a stake into in-person visits, too. Almost). But Reis doesn’t think the absence of those activities is all bad, either.  “Letters and occasional visits are useful, but they don’t have the immediacy of being actively involved in someone’s life on an ongoing and everyday basis,” he said. “Constant contact allows us to feel involved and to experience supportive relationships as meaningful parts of one’s life ― something that occasional contact cannot do.”

Reis noted that some people are toxic, and maybe the constant contact social media is offering isn’t always so great. But on the whole, he thinks the pluses outweigh the minuses, and that it isn’t too terrible that letter writing has fallen by the wayside.  And letter writing isn’t fully dead, said Gregory MacNaughton, a letter writing expert and the education outreach and calligraphy initiative coordinator at Reed College’s Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Art Gallery in Portland, Oregon. “As for letter writing, and similar reports concerning the end of handwriting, there will always be people who, appreciating a slower pace of life, will write letters for the intimacy and beauty of making something by hand,” MacNaughton said. “Just as there will always be people who knit sweaters, make pottery and grow vegetables in the dirt.”

And then those people can post photos of themselves doing just that on social media.


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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