The word of the day is “sycophant,” which means a self-seeking servile flatterer; fawning parasite. Yesterday, the officer who shot and killed Philando Castile, a 32-year-old black man, was charged with second-degree murder. Utah Policy: “Donald Trump’s policy advisors are reportedly considering adopting a registry for Muslims who enter the United States. One of his […]
The word of the day is “sedulous,” which means persevering; eager and thorough. Today’s holiday is National Fast Food day. Though it’s a slam in the face because just yesterday Taco Bell decided to re-brand as a dine-in restaurant. They want to compete with Chipotle. #longlivetacobell #no Trump’s team and the Democratic party are shaking […]
Sorry for the serious title, but this is some serious business. In todays episode we continue our 4-year mission to give you Trump coverage including his request for secret clearence for his children, cabinet decisions, and his inexplicable hate for NAFTA. The Aggie Morning Word Podcast is morning news, the modern way. #MorningShow Thanks for […]
The word of the day is “collywobbles,” which means stomach pain or queasiness. Today is national spicy guacamole day and world diabetes day. No, that guy you met that one time at the party that you accidentally friended on Facebook hasn’t passed away. A glitch in the system has caused regular Facebook pages to briefly turn […]
Today is national Dunce Day, and also the day we elect this nation’s president. Coincidence? Today is the last day to vote at a physical polling location. If you’re a Logan resident, that’s the Cache County Clerk’s Office A mysterious ping has been heard on the bottom of the Arctic, in Northern Canada. Is Michael […]
The Aggie Morning Word Podcast is a morning news show, the modern way.
Today’s show was filled with news of halloween disaster, voter suppression, Putin & Trump’s Tetris grudge-match, and Vegetarian Week awareness with Timothy Place. Hosts: Cat St. Claire & Peter LaBarge
The Wordies celebrated Halloween by talking about a funeral home that accidentally buried the wrong body. Josh tells you all about how we all live in The Twilight Zone. #BradAsks what is your biggest fear? A yeti brings you the weather report from 12-feet in the air. Gary Nate joined the Wordies in the […]
On Friday’s episode, the Wordies bring you stories about Frankenstein and Pokemon fossils. Also, the USU College Republicans came in a spoke about Rob Bishop’s Public Lands Imitative.
In this episode, Cat delivers a lengthy history lesson about the New York Subway System and the last day of Jack’s Pizza. We discuss Rodney’s regrets and #Trumpanovel trends on Twitter. The Aggie Morning Word Podcast is morning news, the modern way. #morningshow