Steve Bosell started taking magic lessons via mail-order so he could work kids birthday parties on weekends. He goes to these kid’s parties as “Magic Steve” and does his thing but the kids tell him he sucks and would rather play in the bounce house. Steve decides to sue the mother and father that hosted one of these parties because since kids are minors “they don’t have the constitutional right to free speech.”
Bobbie and Steve Dooley are on to talk about the annual candy bar sale and magazine subscription drive at their kids school. This year, Bobbi wants some of the money raised to be used for her and Steve to take a “working vacation” in Mexico. Bobbi wants the kids to get out there and really sell so she uses, as their motivational symbol, the pine cone (please reference Mepham High School, Long Island, New York, hazing incident, 2003)
Larry Grover of Conservatives of Kern County joins the program to discuss the topic of aging parents and the decision to put them in an assisted living facility. Larry utilizes something called “Accelerated Awareness” which introduces the elderly person gradually and compassionately to realities that are going to be facing them when they become afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia.