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The White Pill Special — What went right in 2019

Welcome to the show…and welcome to 2020.

Melanie, Jim, Max, Phrytzie, Abby, and little Maizie want to thank you for making 2019 such a great year for our little enterprise. We are looking forward to an even better 2020. In that vein, we started off our show in gratitude, looking back at the stories in 2019 that refute the Doom and Gloom that is so pervasive in today’s culture, and being peddled by the mainstream media. Are ya ready? let’s do this.

2019 White Pill Lookback

January 8

Iguanas reintroduced to Galapagos island after 200 years

February 21

‘Extinct’ Galapagos tortoise found after 100 years

February 28

NASA Says Earth Is Greener Today Than 20 Years Ago

March 3

Two men might be second and third to be cured of HIV

April 15
Aretha Franklin earns posthumous Pulitzer Prize

May 3
U.S. unemployment fell to 3.6 percent, lowest since 1969

June 30
Trump takes 20 steps into North Korea, making history as first sitting US leader to enter hermit nation

July 25
Once Nearly Dead As The Dodo, California Condor Comeback Reaches 1,000 Chicks

August 21
Africa begins countdown to being polio free as Nigeria marks 3 years without disease

August 23
Eggs extracted from the last 2 northern white rhinos may save the species

Sept. 17
Indonesia raises minimum age for marriage to curb child brides

October 17
After being pushed close to extinction, this humpback whale population is making a comeback

November 4
Hundreds of Oklahoma inmates released in the largest commutation in US history

November 26
Trump signs animal cruelty act into law

December 28
Scientists Use Recycled Sewage Water to Grow 500-Acre Forest in the Middle of Egyptian Desert


R.I.P. to the great Jack Sheldon, the musician and singer who was featured in several Schoolhouse Rock segments of our youth, most memorably “Conjunction Junction” and “I’m Jut a Bill.” He also served a bandleader for the Merv Griffin Show for many years.

Our friends Eric and Jayne Post, creators and stars of Marriage Can Be Murder, and Adam London, creator and star of Laughternoon, whose long running shows at the D Hotel and Casino ended today. The casino is converting the D Theater into a Sports Book area. But fear not! Both shows are going to new homes. Jim wants to thank Eric and Jayne for the great experience of being in MCBM, and Adam for simply being a great guy and an amazing talent. Onward and Upward!

Political Asshattery

Believe us, we were not going to discuss politics at all this week . Then Julian Castro quit his campaign for president right after his interview with Max. Coincidence? Listen and decide.

We also felt obligated to discuss President Trump’s drone attack that killed Iran General Qasem Soleimani, but Phrytzie, bless her chubby little heart, made it clear she wanted to do the commentary. We relented, and she gave an impassioned plea on behalf of…well, once again we ask that you listen and decide.

News of the Weird and Wonderful

Ricky Gervais OWNS the audience at the Golden Globes-he is our new hero.

Only in Jersey: Traffic safety served up with a side of attitude, humor

‘Tumblegeddon’: Washington highway closed for hours after piles of tumbleweed trap cars, semi-truck

You Can Adopt a Retired U.S. Air Force Military Working Dog

Dog Leads Rescuers To A Box Of Abandoned Kittens, Then Becomes The Best Foster Dad

Sounds of the past give new hope for coral reef restoration

After 52 Years, Woman Finds Photo of Vietnam Veteran Father She Never Met

This is why we can’t have nice things

Gay and Transgender Group Says the Term ‘Pillow Fight’ Harms ‘Women and LGBT People’

Police ‘waste’ £1.5MILLION on electric cars that they admit are useless for chasing criminals because they ‘can’t go fast enough or far enough without a battery change

He told police he was stabbed for being Jewish. Then his Apple Watch caught him in a lie.

Man accidentally shoots himself while trying to steal puppy

…and just for fun…

Man Gets a Tattoo He Found On His Pup, Not Knowing It Means He’s Neutered

Reporter quits job while live on air after winning lottery, but later discovers payout was about $5,500

Las Vegas strip joint donates tents with club’s logo to homeless residents

Dear Abby

Our wise doggie answers a sensitive question about becoming parents.





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