In the first hour, Pat reacted to the Zimmerman verdict. Florida criminal defense attorney Brian Tannebaum called in to talk about the case. In the second hour, a local 21-year-old woman, Elly Maye, called in to talk about her political poetry and recent attention on YouTube. Pat and Eddie also continued their conversation on the Zimmerman verdict. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked more about the Zimmerman case.
In the first hour, Pat talked about the Zimmerman trial and Terry Simonson called in to talk about Tulsa's fiscal cliff. In the second hour, Dr. Everett Piper called in to talk about politics forcing Catholic hospitals to perform procedures that are anti-Catholic. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about the Zimmerman trial, Nancy Grace and a Saudi princess in California.
The story on Surgery Center of Oklahoma that Pat played on the morning show today. PC says insurance negotiations and price matching can now occur. See the KFOR story here: http://kfor.com/2013/07/08/okc-hospital-posting-surgery-prices-online/
In the first hour, Pat talked about Egypt and John McCain saying we should suspend funding and the latest on the San Francisco plane crash. Debbie Schlussel called in to talk about the Zimmerman trial and the Lone Ranger movie. In the second hour, Congressman Jim Bridenstine called in and Pat and Eddie talked about the Zimmerman trial. In the third hour, Pat talked about the "Creeper of the Day" and talked more about the Zimmerman trial and the San Francisco plane crash.
The New York Post is reporting the leaner, non-union Hostess Brands - looking to get by with fewer bakeries under new ownership - will start freezing Twinkies and other snack cakes to extend their expiration date instead of delivering them directly to stores.
In the first hour, legal expert Jack Thompson called in to talk about the Zimmerman trial and former Oklahoma Congressman Ernest Istook called in to talk about the Obama administration delaying a component of Obamacare as well as the latest on turmoil in Egypt. In the second hour, Pat and Eddie talked with Henry Primeaux about his recent trip to Cuba. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about Egypt turmoil and the Obama administration reportedly approving 15,000 Russian troops to be hired in the U.S.
An Oklahoma woman was making a donation when she realized she dropped her tennis bracelet in the bin as well. She then got a table, stood on it and went in after the bracelet. This 911 call happened shortly after...
In the first hour, Pat talked about the Muslim call to prayer being broadcast daily on BBC, Lucky Charms promoting gay pride and Terry Simonson called in to talk about Tulsa parks. In the second hour, our tech-guy, Gregg Stebben called in to talk about social networks role in careers and Pat and Eddie continued discussion about breakfast cereals and George Bush's comments on Edward Snowden and the NSA. In the third hour, Pat and Eddie talked about Rand Paul's thoughts on immigration reform and took listener calls.
Pat and Eddie questioned Rand Paul's comments on amnesty this morning. Paul says, "Do they want us to put them in concentration camps" and “I haven’t met any farmers who say Americans will pick crops.”
Here's the story PC talked about on the morning show today, 66 year old actor James Woods' 20 year old girlfriend. http://blog.sfgate.com/dailydish/2013/06/28/james-woods-debuts-20-year-old-girlfriend-at-film-premiere/
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