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Fitz in the Morning Episode # 79 Thursday 08/08/2019

If Fitz could do the whole show in Emojis, he would. Fitz brings up his old power steering debacle, forcing Drew to once again defend his mechanic’s honor. What Are You Kidding Me!?: frogs fighting make some sweet sounds; a thief stole ketchup from a Perkins, but was overcome with guilt and brought it back;…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode # 78 Weds 08/07/2019

This week couldn’t be more American, from Watershed to the US Army Golden Knights to Fitz’s National Anthem at the Mariners Game! First Caller of the Day Brent from Buckley was at the game. What Are You Kidding Me?!: lightning struck a septic tank and blew up a toilet; someone figured out how to play…

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Roy Calica of the US Marine Corps

I've said many times before that there is no one more proud of their troop than Momma. There are probably a few dads and even some husbands and wives that might try to challenge me on this one, but I'm sticking to my guns because I know Momma feels something a little bit more when…

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Down The Road I Go

Lauren from Lynwood has written to Fitz for help with her boyfriend Mike. A few months ago Mike started driving for Uber to make some extra cash. But now she says he’s obsessed with driving, does it all hours of day and night, and hardly spends any time with her. She says she understands the…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Theater chain AMC undergoes massive layoffs after COVID shutdowns

iStock/Rawpixel(LOS ANGELES) — The theater chain AMC has furloughed 600 executives, including its CEO, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The move comes after 26,000 employees in total were furloughed or laid off altogether in the wake of the theater closures due to the COVID-19 coronavirus.  In a statement quoted by the Hollywood Reporter, AMC insists it, “is not terminating any of its corporate employees,” …

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Tony Awards postponed amid coronavirus

iStock/Brankospejs(NEW YORK) — With theaters on the Great White Way shuttered in New York City, it’s not a surprise to learn that Broadway’s annual gala, the Tony Awards, is also being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing have just announced that the 74th Annual Tony Awards are being postponed.  It’s just the latest major …

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‘Top Chef Masters’ winner Chef Floyd Cardoz dead at 59 after COVID-19 diagnosis

Photo by Kris Connor/Getty Images for NYCWFF(NEW JERSEY) — Floyd Cardoz, a chef and philanthropist who won two Top Chef Masters competitions, has died at 59, after battling the COVID-19 coronavirus.  In a statement, his charity, Hunger Inc. Humanity, noted his passing “with deep sorrow,” explaining the chef tested positive for Covid 19 on March 18th, and was being treated for the disease at Mountainside …

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Now what are we gonna do? Netflix hit with widespread outages

Netflix(LOS ANGELES) — Just as you’re getting accustomed to streaming the time away while in self-quarantine, more bad news: Netflix has been hit with widespread outages, Variety reports.  Quoting data from the website DownDetector, the trade reports user complaints of problems accessing the streaming service spiked around 12:30 p.m. Eastern time, with the highest concentrations of outages in the Northeast, Southern California, …

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