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Meet Our Newest Member, Sean Cash!

Big day today on the show! We're excited to welcome our new member, Sean Cash! Sean did an excellent job today, and we had SO much fun introducing him to all of you! Of course, whenever there's someone new in town, you have a list of things to do & see, and that's where you…

Broken Crayons Can Still Color

A friend gave Jenny a broken orange crayon and it was a much-needed reminder that someone else may need to hear, too. Dub gives us an update on his Fake It To Make It performance (you can still purchase tickets at kicks99.com!) and Jenny has an idea that would definitely add some character (and a…

We Helped Someone Avoid A Speeding Ticket & Didn't Even Know It!

In talking about creative ways to get out of speeding tickets, we discovered that we've inadvertently helped a listener avoid a citation, and we're pretty proud! I did it--and I don't care. From hating paper straws to not finding Jason Momoa all that attractive, it turns out that a lot of us have unpopular opinions…

Things We HAVE To Love Because We Live In The CSRA

No matter where you live, there are certain things that you're just required to like because you live there, and we are no exception--you helped us compile an epic list of must-loves for residents of the CSRA! The new thing is tipping flight attendants, and we aren't sure that it needs to be a thing…

Food Smuggling Feats Of Strength

We've all done it at some point: snuck food into or out of a place where it wasn't allowed *cough*movie theater*cough*...some of you have taken it to a whole new level, though--and we couldn't be more proud! Can You Not gives you a chance every week to get some frustrations off of your chest and…

How Could Anyone Say No To THIS At Their Wedding?!

Dub has discovered a new option for catering at his & Kelsey's wedding in October, and honestly, it sounds like one of the best idea in the history of weddings. We have a hard time believing that showering everyday is actually bad for your skin, but it turns out that it's science. Also, we heard…