As heard on the December 26th show:


1.  Oh Baby!

What a gift!  Lucy's family welcomed a bouncing new baby boy into the world on December 22nd.  Their family is dominating Christmas birthdays with the birth mother on December 23rd, an uncle on the 25th and Lucy turns ... something today.  Happy Birthday to all those holiday babies including Jesse who hit the jackpot with a Christmas Day birthday!



2. The Dumbest Criminals of 2014

What a year in stupid crime!  So many criminals, so little time to cover them all, so here are some of the best / worst that 2014 brought us.


It was a busy year in bestiality.  Back in August, an Albuquerque woman tried to poison her roommates after they caught her getting it on with one of their dogs.



In Wales, a 51-year-old man was facing charges in October for owning a porn that showed a woman having relations with a tiger, but was cleared after police realized that the animal was actually a man in a Tony the Tiger costume.  That's grrrrrrrrreat.



And, let's not forget about the man who admitted in court to having sex with a sheep after he was turned down by a cow.  Udderly disgusting.



The Ice Bucket Challenge was not only successful in raising funds, but also in fighting crime.  The cops were able to track down a convicted felon after he posted and a challenge video online in August.



Social media also had a big hand in busting moronic criminals this year like the woman in Ohio who called cops to complain about the mugshot they posted of her on Facebook regarding her warrant for armed robbery.  They invited her to stop by the station to talk about it, which she did, and was arrested.



A guy in England locked his wife in a shed and physically abused her in the chest after she kept singing "Ding, Dong the Witch is Dead" following the death of his mother.  Apparently the two women didn't have the best of relationships.



Who can forget celebrity criminal of the year Jeremy Meeks whose picture was shared and passed around on social media more than the royal family's baby pics, because he was really, really ridiculously good-looking.



Remember when a tornado actually did some good in solving a big missing items crime?  Back in July, a tornado ripped through Tennessee, tearing up a guy's house.  When neighbors came over to assist him with the damage they found his lawn was scattered with items that had been reported missing by various people on their block.  Talk about karma.




3.  Goats One Solution for Discarding Christmas Trees

Now that Christmas is over, what do you do with that real Christmas tree?  Try giving it to a goat.  Goats could be the future solution for discarding real trees, because they'll eat anything and the pine is actually good with them.  A volunteer firefighter and owner of "Goat Grazers" in Reno, Nevada came up with the idea after watching people dump their used trees in landfills and on public property.




 4. Football Picks


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