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Spence's Song of the WeekDare we say that this is the official anthem of summer in Las Vegas? Check out Spence's Song of the Week, "It's Friggin' Hot."
Dis-invited from the Wedding? Kayla's Keeping the Gift...Have you ever been "dis-invited" from a wedding before? Kayla was recently invited to one of her high school friends wedding and as a gift, she bought Backstreet Boys tickets with meet & greet passes for the soon to be married couple...  Unfortunately, Kayla found out yesterday that she's been dis-invited because "there's not enough space at the venue to hold everyone they had originally invited." So now what is she suppose to do with the gift? Does she still give it to them, or keep it for herself?
Spence's Challenge: Thursday, June 22nd$273 in the Terrible Herbst Spence's Challenge Jackpot... $1,000 Bonus... One Spence to beat... Will you win next? Try playing Spence's Challenge, it's a five questions, thirty second pop-culture trivia game! Tie Spence and you'll win all of the cash in the Terrible Herbst Spence's Challenge Jackpot, beat Spence and you'll win the $1,000 bonus!
Spivey Podcast For Thursday, June 22nd, 2017Every Thursday The World’s Greatest Psychic Gary Spivey helps Vegas with its spiritual and supernatural questions and issues. In today's edition: Norma's is concerned because her brother has major anger issues and he's been in jail for a week now, will he be okay? Karla's daughter just turned 18 and she has severe depression problems, is the medication helping her? Crystals parents passed away last year, and she wants to make sure they're both together now...
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 6/22/17Xander is a 10 year old elementary school student at Harbourside Elementary in Sydney, N.S. Xander loves biker gear, and wears leather vests to school sometimes... Unfortunately, almost every other kid at the school makes fun of Xander and bullies him for his vest. So what did he do? Well, the next morning he was personally escorted by over 200 bikers in a group called "Defenders of the Children." It's Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Chet's Randoms for 6/22/2017Congress passed a law in 1866 that no living person could appear on currency . . . after an official at the U.S. Treasury snuck himself onto a five-cent bill.

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