You never know what you will get when you tune in to the Bruce in the Morning Show. I will make fun of just about anybody and anything. If it's on your brain, then we can talk about it, so I always invite you to be a part of the show.
Family Pawn of Sedalia was once again kind enough to donate a guitar for me to take to Memphis on my trip to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Lots of country stars were kind enough to sign the guitar for us. We will auction the guitar to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital at the 'Thom Shepherd & Friends' show at Dukes & Boots on Jan. 30.
There has been a lot of talk about the flu lately. The CDC has called it an epidemic. Doug posted a list of places you can get your flu shot if you would like one. I haven't gotten mine and don't intend to. I'm knocking on wood as I type this, but I haven't gotten the flu shot in over 20 years and I've been fine. It is your choice though.
I was raised to treat a woman a certain way. Always hold the door open, go get the car if the weather is in-climate and the "ladies first" rule is steadfast. It seems my ways are a bit antiquated.
In a new survey, men have acted like jerks for so long that women don't even expect us to be gentlemen any more. Moreover, if a guy tries to be polite and respectful, a woman is probably going to be suspicious and think he has ulterior motives.
I remember a time when some neighbors and I decided to get together for dinner. We decided that we would light the grill and they would bring a dish to pass. Imagine our surprise when our neighbors were on the doorstep at noon for our gathering.
If the Mayans are correct, the end of the world will come Friday. Of course, we view it as a reason to have a party and go out with a bang. We'll be broadcasting from Dukes & Boots Friday evening for the "End of the World as We Know It" party. Parties are always fun, and who knows? This could be the last one.
Sharee Norfleet, Superintendent of the Pettis County R-V School District, sent a letter to parents regarding the safety of the students Monday afternoon (Dec. 17). The exact text from that letter is as follows:
It is impossible to put into words the sorrow I feel about the heinous act committed in Newtown, Conn. If there's one place we want to feel our children are safe, it is in school. Couple that with the fact that this was an elementary school and it is next to impossible to wrap my mind around it. 26 people lost their lives and nobody will ever be able to make sense of it.
We were excited to bring the LoCash Cowboys to Sedalia for a special acoustic concert. Chris and Preston put on a fantastic show. They entertained us with songs we've heard them sing on the radio as well as hits they've written that were recorded by others. They also told the story behind the music and some stories of past experiences in Sedalia.
This is just about the perfect time for holiday burnout. We've been going strong since Thanksgiving, we're deep in the middle of unavoidable holiday oversaturation, and there are still two weeks until Christmas.
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