Wednesday’s Show Links – 04/27

Jodi learned an interesting thing during a recent Uber ride. Click the video below to see what it was (hint: it’s not how to tip)


 

Click here to get a FREE MP3 Download of Bruce Springsteen’s performance of Prince’s “Purple Rain” which he sang during his show.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 4: Singer Bruce Springsteen (C) and the E Street Band perform their last show for the 2002-03 World Tour at Shea Stadium October 4, 2003 in Flushing, New York.


Sonic is selling $1.00 hot dogs this Thursday. Click here to find out more.

COSTA MESA CA/USA - OCTOBER 17 2015: Sonic Drive-In Restaurant exterior. Sonic Corp. is an American drive-in fast-food restaurant chain.


Tired of using both hands to text? You can download Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard for your smartphone. Click here to learn more about this app.


This is creepy! There’s a live webcam video of a doll that is said to be haunted. You can view the live video of Ann, the haunted doll, by clicking HERE!


Wednesday’s Podcast Show – 4.27

 


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Savannah Mueller
Savannah Mueller
5 years ago

You were talking about what Disney movie traumatized you as a child. Mine would have to be Oliver and Company. The little girl gets kidnapped by this creepy guy and the homeless man is trying to help her. When I watched that movie I would always end up being afraid to sleep in my own bed because I was scared to be kidnapped. My mom stopped letting me watch it.

Karen
Karen
5 years ago

I didn’t know that Uber was available in Salisbury. How do you initiate contact with them?

Patti
Patti
5 years ago

Disney movie trauma experience: I was between 3 and 4 years old when I experienced my first and most intense Disney movie trauma. My dad took me to see Old Yeller. I think my dad had to carry me out of the movie theater when it was over and I sobbed all the way home. Old Yeller was such a larger than life character, and to a little girl who loved dogs, it was quite overwhelming. Looking back at it as an adult it was a very beautiful movie, simply made, that teaches life’s lessons we all deal with, love, loyalty, loss, and the gut-wrenching decisions we sometimes face as we grow into adulthood.

Jen Justice
Jen Justice
5 years ago

Childhood Movie trauma experience for me was Wizard of Oz. From going up in the tornado, green ugly witch and those scary flying monkeys. For my Husband, John, he did not even have to think about it-Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!!! All because of the creepy man in the black suit collecting children in the wagon.

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