Monday, February 13, 2006

Happy Monday!

Not really, I hate Monday's.

We start the show off with a discussion on the Pamela Vitale case. Suspect Scott Dyleski was arrested after a tip to police by his best friend. This posed the question: What would your a close friend or a loved one have to do for you to turn them in?

Many of the callers said that they would turn in ANY loved one in the cases or rape, murder or child molestation.

There was a mixed view on white collar crimes, tax evasion and identity theft.

Several people called in about identity theft.

The discussion turned to a story about a 12 year old 6th grader who brought a bag of sugar to school for a science project - he was in the bathroom when two other students asked if it was cocaine. He told them that it was and then said "Just Kidding"

A janitor overheard the conversation and reported the student who was suspended from school and may be charged with a possessing a substance that "resembles an illegal substance"

The 12 year old could face up to five years probation if charged.

We then began talking about silicon chips that get implanted into employee's arms that would replace security cards. The callers were mixed on this but were on one side of the fence or the other.

We then got into movie manners. We were discussing a story about a woman trying to watch brokeback mountain and another woman was talking on her cell phone. She asked her to turn it off and placed her hand on her shoulder. The woman claimed that the touch was "invading her personal space" and called the police and pressed assault charges!