Wease is going to a Halloween party later this month where he needs a costume. Dressing as Miley Cyrus is suggested, but is it going to be a hack costume? Not if Wease is dressed as Miley.
Pauly starts scaring people at the VerHulst Haunted Hayride this weekend. Go HERE for details.
The partial government shutdown is the big news of the day. You might not think a government shutdown would affect your everyday life. But here is a list of ten things that could affect you during the stoppage.
1. No national parks. You can't go to Yosemite, Yellowstone, or the Statue of Liberty on vacation if you wanted to. Or any other national park, national zoo, or national museum. They'll all be closed . . . all 368 sites run by the National Park Service.
2. If you're a federal employee, you're on unpaid leave. But in the two shutdowns we had in the '90s, they DID pay all the employees retroactively when the shutdown ended.
3. Military employees WILL get paid. Congress put in a special exemption for them during all this nonsense.
4. You would STILL pay taxes. What else did you expect?
5. You would still get your mail. Neither snow, nor rain, nor government shutdowns can stop the Postal Service.
6. Obamacare would STILL get funded. Its funds don't depend on the congressional budget process. So the Republican effort to stop Obamacare will actually KEEP IT GOING.
7. You won't be able to get a gun permit. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms would be closed.
8. No federal loans. No small business loans and no home loans. And veterans' benefits wouldn't be paid either. But Social Security payments would be expected to continue.
9. For Washington, D.C., there would be no city services. Including trash collection. The city budget has to be approved by Congress.
10. American pride would suffer. Or maybe not, who knows. Most of us have plenty to spare. But it never looks good for the most powerful country on Earth to be floundering around with no leadership and no cash flow.
Pauly suggests a morning radio shutdown in support.... Wease says if the Billy/Wease Music Show took over the government shutdown would end immediately.
Our old buddy Ryan Fitzpatrick will be the starting QB for the Tennesee Titans for a few weeks, replacing the injured Jake Locker.
Tools With Sports
The New Orleans Saints beat the Miami Dolphins 38-17 last night.
The Tampa Rays defeated the Texas Rangers 5-2 in game 163 to move on to the Wild Card game against Pauly's Indians on Wednesday night.
Because of Oakland A's playoff baseball this coming Sunday night the primetime football game is moving to late night... the San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders will be on at 11:35 EST.
A caller that is going to Cleveland for the Bills game this Thursday is going by themself, and starts a conversation of "why would someone want to go to a sporting event by themself?"
Wease is rooting for the Pittsburgh Pirates in tonight's MLB playoff game against the Cinncinatti Reds... the Pirates haven't had a winning season since 1992. And you thought the Bills were bad.
Usually it's money -- not a sex organ -- that burns a hole in some folks pockets. On Sunday evening cops arrested arrested 51-year-old Jorge Mesa, of Miramar, on a charge of disorderly conduct after a Bealls Outlet Store security officer reported a man masturbating in the aisles of the store, according to Port St. Lucie cops.
Arriving officers reportedly found Mesa crouched down and hiding in one of the aisles.
Mesa told cops he was shopping for his daughter, officers said.
Instead, according to the report, surveillance video shows Mesa peering around the corner of the aisles while committing a lewd act in his pants.
After cops confronted Mesa with the video evidence, they said he 'fessed up to masturbating.
In addition to the hole in his story, cops said they found another hole.
During a search of Mesa, cops said they discovered a hole cut in the pocket of Mesa’s pants.
Sounds like he'l have a whole lot to explain to his family.
The Wayne County Sheriffs Office reported the arrest on Monday (9/23) at 9: 46 am of a Town of Sodus teen for Aggravated Harassment in the Second Degree, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child.
Hannah M. Riter, age 16 of Birch Circle in the Town of Sodus was arrested on a alleged case of Bullying by tweeting with a fourteen year old student at Sodus High School making threatening statements about her. Riter, was taken before the Town of Sodus Justice and was arraigned for the charges, released to return to Sodus Court to Answer the Charges. An Order of Protection was issued.
Hannah M. Riter
How come Hannah was arrested, and not suspended from school?
State Police in Wolcott responded to a report of two males fighting on Thursday ( 9/ 19) at 8: 50 p. m. in Red Creek.
Prior to the trooper’s arrival, one of the combatants left the scene, walked home, retrieved his car and returned , drove up on the other man’s lawn and proceeded to dig up the lawn driving in circles (“donuts”).
Irving Santiago, age 37, of 6873 Church Street in Red Creek returned to his residence where he was arrested for DWI/BAC and Aggravated DWI with a blood alcohol level of .23% He was additionally charged with Criminal Mischief in the 4th Degree and will appear in Wolcott Town Court on October 17th.
More charges are pending against Santiago and the other man in regards to the fight.
Newark Village Police reported the arrest on Thursday (9/26) of Myrrh Ruiz, age 60, of Colton Avenue in Newark for Endangering the Welfare of a Child and Assault in the 2nd Degree. Newark Wayne Hospital notified police they were treating a 10 yearold boy for welts and marks on his body. Ruiz told police she was punishing the boy with a belt due to his behavior.
Ruiz was arraigned and released to reappear in Newark Village Court on October 9th.
This leads to a stories from Wease, Marianne, and Pauly about times they were spanked, belted, and punished in other ways as kids.
Letting the city guy you picked up on the internet borrow your car keys the next morning... good, or bad idea?
State Police received a complaint on March 28th concerning an internet hook-up gone bad. A Walworth female found
Armando A. Araujo, age 46, of Brinton Road in Rochester via the internet. After spending the night with Armando at her Arbor Road, Walworth home, he asked to borrow her 2012 Honda Accord for the day. She agreed and he drove her to her teaching job in a City of Rochester school, promising to pick her up at 4: 30 p. m. He never showed, but e- mailed her telling her he was sorry and he had a drug problem. Upon getting a ride back to her home at 6:30 p.m., she discovered her Sony Bravia TV and Wii game missing.
After several text messages back and forth, Armando agreed to having his mother and sister drive to the Tops Market in Ontario. There, the Walworth woman retrieved her vehicle.
On Wednesday ( 9/ 25), State Police picked up Armando at the Monroe County Jail. He was charged with Burglary in the 2nd Degree and Unauthorized Use of a Motor vehicle in the 3rd Degree. Armando was arraigned and due to his prior police record, was remanded to the Wayne County jail on No Bail. As for the TV, it was sold for drugs in the City for $180 along with the Wii console.
Doug With News
See the video HERE.
An estimated 10.3 million people watched the series finale of "Breaking Bad" on Sunday night. It was the show's most-watched episode. The previous record of 6.6 million was set just last week. On top of that, the show was illegally downloaded more than 500,000 times in just the first 12 HOURS after it aired. This leads to a discussion of TV audiences for series finale, and where it compares to other shows.
Violence In The News
This sickening story about an assault in a movie theater leads to Wease talking about the war zone our society has become, and leads to an argument with a caller who says guns would've solved this problem, because the victim could've defended himself.
We speak with Amy Stafford, a young woman who went to school at RIT, and was recently hiking in the Adirondacks when she came across a few bears. She scared a couple of them away just by being loud, but one came at her, and she wound up stabbing in with her pocket knife, and it ran away. Way braver than anyone we know. Pauly was just in the Adirondacks, and could've been in trouble... he looks delicious.
We're joined in studio by Wease's old buddy Jack Garner, who reviewed movies for the newspaper for many years. He has a new book out, and talks about that, films, and the superstars of the movies (Streep, Redford, Pacino, Deniro, Spike Lee, etc...) that he's interviewed over the years.
Wease and Jack also talk about (and sing some) Little Feat, Billy Crystal, and other entertainment icons they love.
Jack's book looks great. Get it at Wegmans, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and everywhere you buy books.
Wease learned a new word... Steatopygia... a condition where women have those big butts that stick out like a shelf. Wease says he saw a chick on the elevator yesterday that must've had this problem. Ya know those pants that say "Pink" on the butt? Wease wants to make pants that say "Steatopygia".
A press release has announced this years nominees for the Toy Hall Of Fame, here in Rochester. Which two do you think belong in? We all have different thoughts on this subject.
Bubbles, Chess, Clue, Fisher Price Little People, Green Army Men, Magic 8 Ball, My Little Pony, Nerf Toys, Pac-Man, Rubber Duck, Scooter, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are the nominees
Wease Makes Pauly Sick
Way too many subjects covered for a quick break down, but they are all gross or inappropriate. Topics including masturbation, poop, maggots, corpses, body farms, and unintentionally insulting women when you think you're complimenting them... Wease is the master of that.