Starbeams: Meteor Show Tonight, Marty Schott Tomo?

martyTonight we’ll all bask in the Quadrantid meteor shower…

The Quads,  as they are known, will start at 11:00 and peak 8 hours later.  Unfortunately much of the nation will be in daylight when they hit, so the best viewing will be in Asia.
Most Americans will have to relive the event in photos. Be careful if you’re doing that, because the last time I Googled ASIAN PHOTOS, I received a visit from our H.R. department.

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Several Chiefs fans have expressed interest in bringing Marty Schottenheimer
back to Arrowhead.  Marty was known for his defense, but he also had a reputation for scoring…at your neighborhood Tanner’s.

Google executives are traveling to North Korea as Kim Jong Un tries to modernize that country.  Google says they can easily bridge the gap between North and South Korea after dealing with Jackson and Wyandotte counties.

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If you’ve ever driven through a small town in Missouri and received a speeding ticket, you’ll be happy to know the state is starting to enforce the “Mack Creek Law” passed in 1995.  It prohibits small towns from generating too much revenue from speed traps.  But that won’t keep Sheriffs in some communities from trying to barbeque yo’ ass in molasses.

Kelly Urich hosts the morning show on The Point 99.7 FM

 

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5 Responses to Starbeams: Meteor Show Tonight, Marty Schott Tomo?

  1. chuck says:

    That Marty joke was pretty funny.

    Predictable, but funny.

    🙂

  2. Super Dave says:

    Mack Creek talk about scam 45 mph at the bottom of a huge ass hill on a major highway.

  3. Jim says:

    FYI – It’s Macks Creek.

  4. Terry says:

    Best line ever from Kelly.

  5. Rick Nichols says:

    I fell into the Macks Creek trap in the fall of 1993 while traveling to a church retreat in the Camdenton area with two or three passengers, but at least the local constable didn’t try to barbecue our asses in molasses.

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