Friday, March 5th, 2021:  Raven’s Report Card; Hate Watch; Hide The Toys

Friday, March 5th, 2021: Raven’s Report Card; Hate Watch; Hide The Toys

Anna has a confession to make.  She’s been doing something.  Something that she has openly mocked in the past.  Something that she has passed judgement on many people for doing.  And she loves it.

Do you have Zoom fatigue?  Everyone has it to a degree, but true Zoom Fatigue isn’t just being frustrated at having one or two Zoom meetings a day.  Anna has seen the effects of real Zoom Fatigue first hand in her husband, and it’s not pretty!  (2:30)

Everyone is entitled to try to make a buck, but if you try to sell THIS to a busy mom in a parking lot, that’s all I need to know about you!  (6:18)

Every Friday, Raven’s wife Alicia calls in and gives Raven a grade based on how good a husband he was this week!  Last week, Raven was in the doghouse for eating her leftover chicken salad.  Can he redeem himself?  (9:13)

How does your boss show their appreciation?  Today is National Employee Appreciation Day, and it turns out, the things most people want from their boss isn’t money.  They just want them to say these 5 words!  (12:54)

Do you have a show that you hate watch?  It hasn’t been good for years, all the characters you like have died, but you’re just committed at this point?  Anna and Raven take your calls on the most hate-watchable shows of all time!  (15:38)

What’s that toy that you have to hide from your kids?  Anna’s two-year old has a new toy that makes a huge mess, and you won’t believe what it is!  Who gives something like that to a two year old anyway?  (25:27)

Mike is that guy that is constantly starting arguments on Facebook. He has even started fights with other parents in their child’s school’s Facebook group. His son came home upset because the kids at school were talking about how their parents were talking about him, and the crazy stuff he writes on Facebook. (They heard it from their parents). His wife, Jill, says enough is enough. He has to delete his account, not just stop using it, delete it. He says he can voice his thoughts even if they’re not popular. Whose side are you on?  (35:19)

Raven is on a roll!  Can Lisa stop his winning streak and win the $1800 jackpot?  (42:53)

Things to Know Friday March 5th

Things to Know Friday March 5th

Link shared on Facebook allowed ineligible CT residents to sign up for COVID vaccinations CT Post

Trout season begins early for anglers in CT CT Post

Easton man charged with manslaughter in fatal hit and run in Fairfield CT Post

Some restaurant owners say lifting capacity restrictions won’t help business WFSB

Minor earthquake shakes West Hartford, surrounding areas The Hour

Police: Truck hits train overpass in South Norwalk The Hour

With COVID restrictions lifted, New Canaan plans Fourth of July event The Hour

Capitol riot suspect pictured at Pelosi’s desk screams ‘it’s not fair’ in courtroom tantrum Stamford Advocate

CT to remove most COVID capacity limits starting March 19 Stamford Advocate

Bitter Wind Chills Today, Staying Cold Through The Weekend WTNH

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TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Family Pizza Places Feeds People In Need For Free

TELL ME SOMETHING GOOD: Family Pizza Places Feeds People In Need For Free

While I am on the record as a Connecticut pizza lover (New Haven pizza capitol of the country) I will always acknowledge any feel good pizza story. After all, pizza is the one food that brings us all together. Pizza is love.

Like most small businesses and restaurants during the pandemic Calabria Restaurant and Pizzeria in Livingston New Jersey has been struggling to stay in business. But that hasn’t stopped them from helping out people in need. They have donated thousands of meals over the last year during Covid. Anyone who needs food can get it, no questions asked. The owners have told people to just send them a message on social media if the are having trouble feeding their family and a meal will be provided for free.  So far, they’ve given out around 170,000 meals in the last 12 months!


630 More To hit OUR NEW GOAL 5,000 FAMILY MEALS …

Posted by Calabria Pizzeria & Restaurant on Thursday, March 4, 2021

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MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

MUNDANE MYSTERIES: Why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?

We’ve all used Elmer’s glue before in school or for various art projects. If you’re like me you’ve often wondered “hey wait, why does this glue not stick to the bottle but the minute it comes out it sticks to everything?!”

The reason for it is when white glue is inside a bottle, there’s not enough air inside the bottle to cause the water to evaporate to make the glue sticky.  The bottle actually protects the glue from the air and keeps the glue runny. Then when the glue leaves the bottle it reacts with water vapor in the air to make it stick to things.


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First Date Red Flags with Courtney Davis

First Date Red Flags with Courtney Davis

What are your first date “red flags”? Anna and Raven talk to comedian and dating expert Courtney Davis, she has the top five things that are red flags on a first date, but we asked you for your red flags…and they were eye opening.

Things to Know Thursday March 4th

Things to Know Thursday March 4th

Norwalk’s St. Patrick’s Day parade canceled for second year The Hour

Man blames Fairfield police in lawsuit for mother’s murder CT Post

Billions in federal relief is coming to CT. Who decides how it’s spent? CT Post

Superintendent: Trumbull schools need more funding CT Post

Disney is closing 60 stores in the US and Canada WFSB

Senate gears up for marathon effort in push for Covid relief WFSB

Extra COVID-19 vaccines on the way to South Norwalk The Hour

Police: Stamford man struck pedestrian with car after argument over a cigarette Stamford Advocate

5 things to know about Stamford schools’ plan to fully reopen Stamford Advocate

First lady Jill Biden, new Education Secretary Miguel Cardona tour elementary school in Meriden WTNH

Thursday, March 4th, 2021:  Easy Mom or Hard Mom?; Red Flags; Raven Picks’em

Thursday, March 4th, 2021: Easy Mom or Hard Mom?; Red Flags; Raven Picks’em

After the last year, did you ever think there were things you would miss about being in lockdown?  Turns out a large of people amount of people feel that way though!

Do you have good grammar?  It’s National Grammar Day, and Anna wants to see how good Raven’s Grammar is, so she gives him a quiz!  Find out how he does in the podcast!  (2:09)

It’s great when you find a new show to binge watch, but if you’re staying up until midnight to catch the latest episode, even when you work at 4am, that’s all I need to know about you!  (5:24)

Are you up to date on this weeks news?  If not, Anna and Raven will get you up to speed.  Anna picks 3 news stories from this week, and Raven picks the one they discuss!  Today’s options include a porch pirate dressed as an alien, two roommates fist fighting over Abba, and two guys who got blown out to sea on a blow up mattress!  (9:04)

Do you remember your first word?  What about your child’s first word?  Anna is bothered by the fact that both of her daughters said “Dada” before “Mama”, and her youngest even learned the dog’s name first!  (12:56)

Are you an easy Mom or a hard Mom?  What do you think your kids would say?  Anna and Raven asked 10 different moms what they thought!  (19:25)

What are your first date “red flags”?  Anna and Raven talk to comedian and dating expert Courtney Davis, and she has some advice about some unexpected red flags to look out for!(26:19)

Laura believes that their parakeets should “live free” and she allows them to fly around the house out of the cage. Tony says it’s disgusting and not safe! They go to the bathroom everywhere and what if they manage to get out? She thinks he’s overreacting; she’s giving them recess. It’s just for an hour a day, animals don’t belong in cages! Whose side are you on?  (37:02)

The jackpot for Can’t Beat Raven is up to $1700!  Does Kelly have what it takes to end Raven’s winning streak?  (45:02)

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