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We’re trying to have a civilization, and there are important rules to follow when it comes to sitting in movie theaters, restaurants and when you’re picking a parking spot. Meanwhile, Garry has an idea for how cities can deal with unsightly and dangerous abandoned buildings. Plus, a woman who was a little impatient for her airplane to get to the gate climbed out onto the wing and jumped on the tarmac.
In a new viral video, an angry customer is seen yelling at a Michaels employee in Chicago, claiming she was discriminated against while checking out and proclaiming that she voted for Trump. Meanwhile, there is a new must-have Christmas gift for everyone mourning the untimely death of Harambe. Plus, a dog in China has learned to walk on its hind legs.
At the same time airports are trying to crack down on service animals, they are adding spaces for them at more places around the country. Meanwhile, a fight over a parking spot escalated into a shooting. Plus, Garry is a little shocked that we are already so deep into the holiday season.
What a wonderful time of the year. What other time could you be shot to death over a parking space at a shopping mall, or get punched in the face when you grab the last Mr. Coffee on sale, or use the word ’tis? I especially like going to the mailbox jammed with Christmas catalogues, and thank you Restoration Hardware for making yours the fattest. I really liked the time RH sent something like 12 catalogues, all at once, shrink-wrapped together. I never unpacked them, I just used the stack as an end table.
But I really enjoy the assortment of items in catalogues like Hammacher Schlemmer where this year they list the Bearded Beanie- described as “the knit cap with a foldaway detachable beard that evokes the hirsute virility of mountain men” but it really just makes you look like a terrorist, $39.95. Or maybe you’d like to give the “World’s Largest Kit Cat Clock” at more than 6 feet tall “with its swiveling eyes and swishing curled tail, the iconic clock has added kitsch to American kitchens and diners since 1932” and is only $4,000, batteries not included. The oddest entry, however, in the HS catalogue has to be “The 23 Acre Wild West Town Amusement Park” in northwestern Illinois. The town includes “14 buildings with two residences, offices, a warehouse, museum, restaurant, convention hall, and a commercial kitchen” all for the low, low price of $7,000,000! Do you take Visa? Or would you rather just give the remote controlled giant tarantula for $29.95? Nothing screams Christmas like a large, hairy bug under the tree, just like the one baby Jesus played with.
Even more bizarro than that is the Whatever Works catalogue where you are flipping through pages that include The Bushy Eyebrow Trimmer and Woodpecker Toothpick Dispenser and you end up colliding with two full pages of marital aids. Imagine Christmas morning and under the tree is the Butterfly Personal Massager, described as a “sensuously designed massager offering 3 speeds of satisfying, butterfly-fluttering stimulation.” Come all ye faithful! Now there’s another word we only can use this time of year. ‘Tis the time to wish ye a Merry Christmas.
I fear there will be many explosive Thanksgiving dinners this year and not because you’re ingesting turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce. Just make sure there’s a scented candle in the bathroom for that. I think that because we will be fresh off of this horrid election cycle and at Thanksgiving we know […]
Here’s a list of people I’d like to see on future episodes of Dancing With The Stars. Chewbacca mom (with mask) Pee-wee Herman Tom Brokaw Honey Boo Boo’s mother Charlie Sheen Gordon Ramsey Burke Ramsey John Hinckley Rip Taylor Mario Andretti Richard Simmons Caitlyn Jenner Anthony Weiner Fran Lebowitz Tanya Harding Chris Christie Octomom Kenneth […]
Garry Meier was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in November, 2013. Meier has won five A.I.R. Awards for Best Afternoon Show in Chicago and was awarded the National Radio and Records Award for Best Local Afternoon Talk Show Host in America. His segments have appeared on local and national television including World News Tonight. Garry has also been recognized multiple years by Talkers Magazine as one of the "100 Most Influential Talk Show Hosts in America".