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Big Jim and Anna Show Cliff Notes: Monday, 6/6/14

 

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Casey Kasem died yesterday at the age of 82.  His health had been declining for a while from a brain disease called Lewy body dementia, but he actually died from sepsis caused by a bedsore.  Here's his famous sign-off from "American Top 40".  Along with "American Top 40", Casey Kasem was the voice of Shaggy on "Scooby-Doo" for about 40 years. 

 

 

Kanye West headlined at Bonnaroo on Friday night, and he went on another crazy rant.  But this wasn't the normal Kanye crowd, and no one was in the mood for it.  They booed him and LEFT. 

 

 

Alex Trebek just set a world record for hosting the most episodes of a single game show.  He's at 6,829 and counting.

  

 

MEDIUM MONDAY WITH LISA JONES

Lisa Jones joined us in the studio to talk about the three things you can do to be more spiritual:

1. Spend time alone - begin to listen to your heart instead of your head (and what everyone else is telling you to do!)

2. Move your body - especially yoga! Dance, martial arts or any fitness routine that you love and makes you feel good.

3. Connect with other like-minded souls - if you want to be happier you need to ditch your negative friends!

You an get a free reading with Lisa on her website at www.ArtOfLivingHappy.com

 

FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS!

All this week we have tickets to see Fitz and the Tantrums! Wanna win?! You have to follow us on Twitter for your chance! Follow us at @BigJimandAnna

 

 

 

TRIPLE SHOT OF INFO ESPRESSO

Big Jim thinks these are the three biggest stories of the day:

  1. Casey Kasem
  2. Whooping Cough
  3. SNL Changes Coming

 

 

 

HONDA OF WESTPORT 7:40A COUPLE’S COURT- Boy Toys?

Mitch called in because he says that his wife Ivy allows their five-year-old son to play with “girl toys” and he thinks it’s a bad idea.  Ivy argues that he’s a kid, let him play with whatever he wants.  Ultimately, the audience agreed with Ivy.  A kid is a kid and we shouldn’t be imposing society’s taboos on our children.

 

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