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Wednesday Show Features

Rich's Early Morning Chuckle:

Mary goes to her first show at an art gallery and is looking at the paintings. One is a huge canvas that has black with yellow blobs of paint splattered all over it. The next painting is a murky gray color that has drips of purple paint streaked across it. Mary walks over to the artist and says, “I don’t understand your paintings.”
“I paint what I feel inside me,” explains the artist.
Mary said: “Have you ever tried Alka-Seltzer?”

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Rich's Crazy News Story Of The Day:
A New Zealand mechanic who designed a motorized couch with a top speed of 37 mph said his creation has been admired by townspeople, even police officers. Josh Steeg of Hastings said he and some friends took the couch for a spin as part of a scheme to attract business for his auto repair business. The couch has a 2008 Yamaha Jog motor, a stereo system, and it pulls a refreshment trailer.

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The Wacky World of Crime With Officer Hancock's police blotter:

Memphis police said an Easter egg hunt ended with a brawl between two families and a woman's arrest for allegedly taking a hammer to a man's head. Police said the man argued with the woman because he thought she was giving the children too much help finding the grand prize golden egg containing $7.

This is Officer Hancock. Be careful. There are a lot of wackos out there!

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Rich's thought to ponder:
If you can still do at 60 what you did at 20, it means you weren't doing much at 20.

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The latest news from the Hancock News Service - odd news fair and balanced!

Neighbors of a British woman who was evicted for ignoring a noise abatement order said she claimed the constant party sounds were caused by a "poltergeist." The woman, who was evicted from her Hull, England, home and ordered to pay fines and legal costs to the Hull City Council, said a poltergeist would keep switching the music on really loud when she was in bed. The city council didn't buy it.