The latest PGA champion Derek Ernst called in. He golfed at Clovis East High, and this past weekend won the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte. He talks about how fortunate he is to competing with the likes of Tiger and Phil.
I asked if the fame and newfound fortune will effect him. He says the only difference is the amount of press attention.
He talks about his time at Clovis East and his junior membership at Belmont. He also says his girlfriend is hotter than Lindsey Vonn.
The Measure G vote is less than a month away. That is the Fresno garbage measure (yes sends it to a private group, no keeps it with the city). Mayor Ashley Swearengin is a strong proponent of G, but her election handlers won't let her appear on the show. They say its not "part of their strategic mix."
I am all for privatization, but I'm not convinced this is a good financial deal in the long run. And, I've said this all along, the service the city provides is decent.
Dillon Savory from the No on G campaign joined the show. He says that the garbage deal with Mid-Valley is too risky and should be voted down.
A terrible story with an apparent happy ending is happening in Cleveland. Some women who were kidnapped long ago have been rescued. One of the heroes is a man by the name of Charles Ramsey.
Some callers were offended by his use of the term "pretty white girl." Get over it. There is no racial overtones to it. That's just street talk. He just pointed out how unusual it is for a white girl to be in that neighborhood.
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