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Bros Before Toes

Listener Anna has asked Fitz for help with her boyfriend Walter. She is upset because he has decided to go ahead with his annual guys’ trip for Super Bowl weekend in Las Vegas even though her father is having surgery this weekend and she has asked him to stay home and help her. She says…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #186 Monday 01/27/20

We are all pretty gut-punched about Kobe Bryant as we discuss his life, legacy, family, circumstances of his chopper accident, and the world reaction to his death. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a guy stopped a burglary by hitting the perps with pickle jars; a guy named Walter White keeps getting arrested…

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Now Let’s Meet Our Two Bad Axes

Single Girl Christine from Bothell is a caregiver for the elderly. She loves doing yoga and keeping fit. We introduce her to City Boy Steven from Wallingford and Country Boy Carl from Monroe. City Boy Steven is a forensic accountant who says he must be a good looking guy because people often tell him he’s…

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Ricky Lashley USC

The Awesome might of the US Military is built on its troops. The American Military machine is nothing but a bunch of cool equipment without the Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airmen to bring it to life. When most of us think about the military, we might picture the heroes, the salty old dogs with lots…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #185 Friday 01/24/20

Boy did we need this Friday: Bull-Yah it up! In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a man calls his ex-wife after discovering a judge never signed their divorced, a guy stabbed his friend for messing with his chili, a guy named Joe Exotic was arrested for trying to arrange a hitman, and a…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Box office reporting is halted, amid COVID-19-related theater closures and cancellations

iStock/RawPixel(LOS ANGELES) — The drama Human Capital — starring Liev Schreiber, Marisa Tomei, Peter Sarsgaard, Maya Hawke, Alex Wolff, Betty Gabriel, Aasif Mandvi, Paul Sparks and Fred Hechinger — was the only major film to open this weekend, however, there are no numbers to share with Industry box office tracker Comscore suspending its reporting during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Theater closures and audience limits amid concerns over the ever-increasing spread …

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