The Cleveland Indians are going to retire Chief Wahoo in 2019, isn’t that the Native American equivalent of Blackface? It’s called Jackpotting where organized crews wearing uniforms can liposuck an ATM of all of it’s cash in 30 seconds.
If you’re looking for a job and like burgers, a new report says In-N-Out Burger pays its managers $160,000 per year on average. Meanwhile, drivers on a highway in Tennessee were surprised to see the road covered in money. Plus, a story that may keep you ever going skydiving.
I turns out when the Pope flies on an airplane it actually does have it’s own callsign, but it’s not as creative as the “Air God One” idea Garry had. Meanwhile, Delta is cracking down on the service animals they will allow on their flights. Plus lawyers for a death row inmate in Ohio are trying to bring back firing squads after an unsuccessful lethal injection.
A man was arrested for doing am impression of Mongo from Blazing Saddles after he was ejected from a Philadelphia Eagles game. Meanwhile, more details are emerging about the family who kept their kids locked up for years. Plus, the Pope had to take on extra duties during a flight recently.
A baby was found abandoned on a changing table at an airport in Arizona. Meanwhile, more details are emerging about the California couple who kept their kids locked away for years. Plus, technology guru Dan Fedor from Nauto joins Garry to share some tech news and gadgets that will change your life this month.