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Quincy Salyer of the US Navy

I love doing these extra special salutes we get, written to honor a spouse who is serving in our military, by a spouse who served at the same time! Today we are saluting Aviation Ordnanceman 2nd class Quincy Salyer of the United States Navy. This salute was brought to us by AO2 Salyer's wife Erin…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #291 Tuesday 06/23/20

Ryder fell asleep in his pool after a few cold beers and got sunburned; Fitz can’t believe Ryder got into that freezing cold pool. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, a hungry weatherman thought he was being taped when he was caught talking live about his “Rumbly, Bumbly Tummy”, a Belgium man is…

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How Can I Miss You If You Won’t Go Away

Tom from Lynwood has written for help with his girlfriend Tiffany. He’s upset because before COVID hit they planned to take a summer vacation together. But after 3 months of quarantine, Tiffany says when they are allowed to travel she is going on a girls’ trip with her friends instead. Tom thinks that ain’t right…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #290 Monday 06/22/20

While Drew is operating on his “backup coffee”, Fitz and Claire have perfect cups, and Ryder is glad he drinks energy drinks. In the What Are You Kidding Me stories, Vancouver hospitals seeing an uptick in lock down groin injuries, sales of disposable urinal bags are up with people avoiding public potties, a man set…

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Casey Payne of the US Air Force

A full career in the military is a life well lived and a life of good service to your nation. When you hear us talk about the sacrifice of service, we're not talking about the jobs in the military; we are referring to the risks involved. Working in the military today can be a career…

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #289 Friday 06/19/20

Nothing says Fri-Yay like a Fri-Day Bull-Yah! In the What Are Kidding Me stories, most people in Washington have seen Bigfoot or know someone who has, a man unearthed an unusual mushroom that turned out to really be a discarded adult toy, a 84-year-old Florida man upset that an 88-year-woman woman took his favorite Bingo…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Survey says nearly half of all parents are battling “severe” stress because of COVID-19

ljubaphoto/iStock(NEW YORK) — With them having to be caregivers, at-home employees, substitute teachers and, soon, replacement summer camp counselors, parents say the COVID-19 pandemic has them seriously stressed out. According to a new survey from The American Psychological Association and The Harris Poll, nearly half of the 3,013 parents with kids under 18 surveyed say they’re batting severe stress. The …

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Barack and Michelle Obama encourage grads in Dear Class of 2020: “Hold your heads high and celebrate”

Scott Olson/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The graduating class of 2020 received a very special and powerful message from the Obamas in YouTube’s Dear Class of 2020 virtual commencement ceremony on Sunday. Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama issued a parental-like joint-speech at the start of the nearly-four hour ceremony, remarking how excited they were for the graduating class before telling them …

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Scottish golfers stow away on ferry to evade COVID-19 lockdown

Pakorn_Khantiyaporn/iStock(GREAT CUMBRAE, Scotland) — What does a guy gotta do to get in a round of golf these days? A group of golfers wee among the people recently caught trying to sneak off the Scottish mainland while the country is in lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The stowaways were spotted hiding in a van on a ferry between Largs …

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US COVID-19 deaths surpass 110,000

iStock/PeopleImages (NEW YORK) — Numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the U.S. are on the rise as protests continue to erupt across the country.  According to data from Johns Hopkins University, COVID-19 deaths surpassed 110,000 on Saturday. The nation officially surpassed 100,000 deaths on May 27.  The current death toll stands at 110,482 as of Sunday evening. The steady …

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