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Melissa Mayeux, French Teenager, Making Baseball History

16-year-old Melissa Mayeux is breaking down barriers in baseball.  The French teenager is the first female ever on Major League Baseball’s international registration list.  That makes her eligible to be signed by pro teams.  She currently plays for the French junior national team in baseball and the national softball team at a senior level.  Read more...

Malibu Marijuana Dispensary Offers Tommy Chong Weed [AUDIO]

Malibu’s newest attraction is a new marijuana strain served up by Tommy Chong right across the street from the beach.  LA Weekly reports that 99 High Tide Collective “is on a mission to enlighten others about the revitalizing powers of medical cannabis.”  The owner of the establishment told the publication that “Tommy Chong’s OG is now on our top shelf and exclusive to 99 High Tide.” Read more...

Ann Coulter, Michelle Bachmann, Anthony Wiener Appear in Sharknado 3 [AUDIO]

The silliness was at an all time high last night as Ann Coulter portrayed the vice president in the third installment of “Sharknado.” Read more...

Bizarre Daily Bruin Tampon Editorial Outshined by More Bizarre Editors Note

In a bizarre op-ed piece in the Daily Bruin titled “Free Tampons Would Slow Flow of Gender Inequality,” author Zoey Freedman says that the feds should pay for “feminine hygiene products” because they already cover “pills that will help [men] get a boner.”  Even more whacky was the editor’s note attached to the article that stated: Read more...

Do You Get "Hangry?" [AUDIO]

Do you or your spouse ever get “hangry?”  If you haven’t heard, “hangry” refers to the phenomenon when some people get grumpy and short tempered when they haven’t had anything to eat for a while.   According to IFLScience.com, carbs, proteins and fats are broken down in to simple sugars like glucose.  Because your brain needs glucose to function, it will perceive a drop as a life-threatening situation leading to the anger. Read more...

Australian Artist Launches "Underneath We Are" Woman Campaign [AUDIO]

Australian artist has launched the “Underneath We are Women” campaign in order to “debunk body shaming and celebrate diversity in the female form” according to SoFeminine.co.uk.  Amy Hermann told Australian TV that “the aim is to photograph 100 women…women from all walks of life…with the end goal of showcasing the amazing diversity that is the female form.”  Much to Ben Shapiro’s chagrin, that includes female body hair. Read more...

Who Should Play John Kerry in Iran Nuke Talk Movie? [AUDIO]

Now that the Iran Nuclear Talks are a done deal, Hollywood is looking at making a movie about the negotiations.  In fact, during the idle hours the participants would spend time chatting about who they thought should play them in a potential Hollywood movie about the process.  US Delegation members decided Ted Danson would play John Kerry while silver haired Sherman would be portrayed by Meryl Streep.  Kirsten Dunst was elected to play Marie Harf, White House Communications advisor.  Brian, Ben and Elisha joined in on the fun and opened up the question to listeners on The Morning Answer. Read more...

Miss USA Pageant Leads to Awkward Q&A Portion [AUDIO]

Miss Oklahoma beat out Miss Texas and was crowned the 64th Miss USA on Sunday night. The pageant had been mired in controversy after co-owner Donald Trump’s comments about criminal illegal aliens.  The show went on without a mention of Trump, and the real estate mogul was nowhere to be seen. Read more...

Shark Week Gobbles Up the Competition [AUDIO]

Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” is gobbling up the competition.  The week long showcase of programs of the arguably scariest predator took the lead in adults 18-49.  Three shows did especially well on Wednesday – “Super Predator,”  “Ninja Sharks” and “Bride of Jaws.”  “Super Preadator” opening night extravaganza “Monster Mako” also tied with “Super Predator.” Read more...

Hillary FINALLY Sits Down for TV Interview

For the first time since she announced her candidacy 90 days ago, Hillary Clinton sat down for a television interview.  The 19 minute back-and-forth was conducted by CNN’s political correspondent Brianna Keilar. Read more...