The Todd and Don Blog
Nuclear Posturing, Abduction Update; and BO | January 3rd, 2017
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Hour one: President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un get into a twitter match over the size of the Nuclear button on their desk, we ask if you think Trumps tweeting is reckless or refreshing.
Tax payers are being promised benefits of the GOP Tax as soon as February; the flu virus has spread faster than previously expected; we discuss the details of the abduction of Luluvioletta and Lilianais by Terry Miles from Round Rock; City council member Greg Casar said in an interview with the Austin Monitor, that Immigration is the issue his constituents are most concerned with; and American Airlines and South West have announced $1,000 bonuses for each team member after Tax Reform.
Hour two: Randi Kaye is facing criticism for her New Year’s Eve coverage showing viewers how to consume marijuana through a bong; the Austin Police Departments last no refusal weekend of 2017 netted 210 arrests; A case of SWATTING over a Call Of Duty game resulted in the death of a Kansan man; Sheriff David Clarke had his account temporarily blocked after allegedly violating Twitter's terms of service; Round Rock Police Chief Allen Banks, gives us an update the abduction of Luluvioletta and Lilianais by Terry Miles; Spotify was hit with a $1.6 million lawsuit over Copy write violations; The Population of Texas grew by 1,000 people a day according to a U.S. Census Bureau report; and Todd and Don discuss affordability in Austin.
Hour three: It’s a banner day for the Pryor household as we play #TrumpTweets, Is it #DonaldTrump or #FakeNews; Todd and Don discuss the curious case of an Indiana woman being fired for the bizarre things she did to cover up a coworkers bad BO; Well Don gets himself into a pickle when he sent shames an HEB employee; todays viral video is of a Jeopardy contestant Nick Spicher mispronounced "Gangsta's Paradise”; the Austin Police Department’s last no refusal weekend of 2017 netted 210 arrests; and Todd and Don discuss highest speeds police have ticketed drivers for in the Austin area.