Is it possible that if you flood the country with guns that sooner or later a certain percentage of Americans are just gonna start shooting?
I ask this question as I prepare for another Monday morning radio show. Let's recount recent misery:
It's Sunday morning and this isn't gonna sound like much, but I just figured out how to embed a Facebook video into this blog for the three or four of you. It took a while.
Yesterday I did four Facebook Live videos. The first one, above, is when I ran into my uncle Danny and my brother Brian at nephews Allan and Carter's baseball games. Al played one field and Carter on an adjacent one, so my baseball-crazy brother and uncle stood between the two fields and watched both games.
It's Saturday morning. In the past week there's been:
It's 8:06 on the Saturday morning of the big Fourth of July weekend and I've been up for almost four hours. That's how it goes when you're a morning radio host. You wake up in the wee hours even on the weekend. Can't help it.
Yesterday, Jeff Strack, head of Strack & Van Til food marts, helped announce on the air with us that our WJOB studios will now be officially named the "Strack & Van Til Studios." This is a big step for WJOB. SVT has 25 grocery stores on the Indiana side and 10 or so more on the Illinois side and they're making a huge investment with us.