Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – April 28th, 2014
Did you hear the Celebration this morning on Merrell In the Morning? Here’s what you missed: Slugs, World MS Day, teeth on the highway, and more!
Another pair of tickets to the sold-out farewell show in Arlington are up for grabs! Congratulations to Travis Phillips of Lufkin the latest winner. Yes, more chances to win are on the way.
National Senior Health & Fitness Day
Sierra Club Day
Slugs Return From Capistrano Day
World MS Day (Multiple Sclerosis)
1758 - James Monroe – 5th U.S. President [1817-1825]; married to Elizabeth Kortright [one son, two daughters]; nickname: The Last Cocked Hat; died July 4, 1831
1941 - Ann-Margret (Olsson)  – actress: Carnal Knowledge, Tommy, Viva Las Vegas, Grumpy Old Men, Grumpier Old Men, Bye, Bye, Birdie, Scarlett; singer: I Just Don’t Understand
1950 - Jay Leno  – comedian, TV talk show host: The Tonight Show
1953 – Fred Knobloch  – is born in Jackson, Mississippi. He earns hits as a solo artist and as a member of Schuyler, Knobloch & Overstreet during the 1980s. He also writes George Strait’s “Meanwhile” and Lorrie Morgan’s “Back In Your Arms Again”
1984 – Sean McConnell  – singer songwriter
1984 – Ben Danaher  – singer songwriter
Teeth On The Highway
From nydailynews.com -
A motorcyclist brought traffic to a standstill on one of Madrid’s busiest highways after he pulled over to look for his false teeth, which flew out of his mouth when he sneezed, according to local media reports.
Two municipal police officers approached the motorcyclist Saturday and ordered him to resume his journey for his own safety.
It wasn’t known if the man found his dentures.
Teacher of the Day:
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Anna Thomas at Cushing Elementary is our teacher of the day. She is caring, giving, and a wonderful teacher. She loves her students!!
— Kicks 105 (@kicks105) April 28, 2014
Our Man In Nashville – Jimmy Carter
birdseye view of tornado path in Arkansas. pic.twitter.com/0FnoQG60Ef
— Jimmy Carter (@askjimmycarter) April 28, 2014