"It's May, it's been perfect, it's been sunny, it's been in the 70s, been absolutely beautiful. People sleeping at night with the windows open and then they wake up to the sound of birds singing out in the trees." The town finds a way to complain in the midst of beautiful spring weather, Mildred makes off with $220,000 in cash and heads to Buenos Aires, and a few memories of the host's Uncle Jack.
Guy Noir heads to Spokane to run an errand for Larry, the bass player who lives in the basement.
English majors. Do you mind if we point out a mistake? Correct English is so important as you text or tweet or post on Facebook, and bad grammar gives an impression of stupidity. A word from the Professional Organization of English Majors.
Mr. Fred Newman our sound effects man was not always the top sound effects man in public radio today, once he was a mere office manager...
Rainbow Motor Oil and the Rainbow family of automotive products brings you: Dr. Brad Triplett, Veterinary Urologist.
Dusty and Lefty tangle with Big Messer over technology in Spokane.
"It's been chilly there, rather chilly last night. As a matter of fact, it almost got down below freezing, maybe just barely did, because a few snowflakes fell in town. Only a few people felt them." Fishing season begins and men take to the water to contemplate life, Marilyn Tollerud catches her husband in an embarrassing situation, Father Wilmer gets a DNA test to learn more about his ancestry, and Mary Tollefson sends her cousin Bernice to a recovery program for retired clergy.
So you wake up and you feel great until you remember you have to give a speech this morning to the Nashville Society of Bar Code Collectors...