Kevin Lace - U.S. Navy Seal - on the phone, he described normal Naval base operations plus gave his thoughts on the tragedy at the Washington D.C. Naval Yard, where 12 people were killed including the suspect.
Senator Richard Blumenthal - on the phone, told us the capitol area was in lock-down mode along with the airports, following yesterday's shooting, he states that there should be more improvements to security after this violent rampage.
Will Fung - employee at Ted's in Washington D.C., on the phone, he was half a mile away the shooting, talked about the aftermath and the frantic look on people's faces at his store.
Scott Vetare - Norwalk public works/jack-hammer operator, in the studio, let us know the repetitious hard work digging into gravel, pavement, and concrete with his powerful device, plus his "sweet" tip on catching a bear this season.
Chaz took on "Shock Collar Trivia" answering Q & A from the Tribe, the hot topic for his shocking jolts was '90's rock music questions.
Anna Raimondi - spiritual counselor/healing teacher, was in the studio, she took on the Tribe's questions and read to them their outlook ahead, she will be channeling in, people with her live show at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Oct 17th.
Jim Barry - the Gadget Guy on the phone, he told us the highlights of the cool new devices coming out this season, like mobile devices, game station systems, and high def televisions.
AJ's TOP 10 LIST:
Star Wars collectors may feel a tremble in the “Force” as Guinness recognizes Petaluma’s Rancho Obi-Wan with the largest collection of Star Wars Memorabilia. It is owned by Steve Sansweet, the former Director of Content Management and head of Fan Relations at Lucasfilm. During his time at Lucasfilm LTD, Sansweet has amassed the largest privately-owned Star Wars collection on the planet. With over 300,000 unique items, the Guinness Book of World Records for 2014 has recognized Sansweet and Rancho Obi-Wan as housing the “Largest Collection of Star Wars Memorabilia” in the galaxy.
Top 10: Things Guys Collect That Women Hate
1) Porn (Magazines, DVD's)
2) Star Trek Memorabilia
3) Comic Books
4) STAR WARS Collectibles
5) Hot Wheels/Matchbox die cast
6) Sporting Memorabilia (shirts, hats, etc)
7) Baseball/Football Cards
8) Cars/Motorcycles (actual vehicles: the more distressed, the more hated)
9) Three Stooges Memorabilia
Q: Nearly all of us throw these away without using them first. What is it?