Thank you to our Episode 85 executive producers: Farmer Todd, Pheonix, NetNed, Fletcher, and SirVo! Make sure you subscribe to Pheonix’s YouTube channel, No Apologies, for some tasty recipes; tune in to hear Fletcher and Carolyn on Hog Story Mondays and Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. Central; and get in touch with Farmer Todd to try some of his delicious products!
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Kansas City’s city council passed an ordinance last Thursday aimed at curbing street racing, which includes a fine of up to $100 for spectators and possible jail time for performers. Coincidentally, there was a livestream of cops chasing the stunt drivers away from Union Station on Friday. Coincidence or media hype?
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33 new cases in Nova Scotia
Overdose deaths increased 33% from the average among white Coloradans
Kansas Speedway jab bribes
BEHIND THE CURTAIN
Mississippi Secretary of State won’t push the Supreme Court justices to change their minds on the ruling invalidating a 2020 voter-approved ballot measure to legalize medical weed. Instead, he’s asking the governor to call a special session and fix the technicality they cited to invalidate it, which was the ballot initiative language stating signatures must be collected from all five congressional districts when there have only been four — since 2000. Why have no other ballot initiatives been invalidated in the past 20 years?
A Rhode Island grower may lose their license for testifying against the Fall River, Massachusetts mayor who accepted bribes.
FIRST TIME I EVER #FTIE
Bowlers called in to tell us about the first time they ever experienced essential oils. Next week, we want to hear from YOU about the first time you ever talked to a therapist! Leaving a voicemail or sending a text message is a great way to contribute value back to the show: (816) 607-3663
GUTTERS AND STRIKES #FIDLGB
A 26-year-old Washington man is foraging all the raw materials needed to make his fiancee a completely one-of-a-kind engagement ring and found a 2.2-carat yellow diamond at Arkansas’ Crater of Diamonds State Park.