Chet’s Randoms for 3/17/17The first script for "E.T." was a horror movie. Steven Spielberg decided he liked it better as a family movie . . . and that horror script was rewritten to become "Poltergeist".
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 3/17/17You might remember a viral photo the circled the internet in 2005 of a little girl being saved and hugging a military man in a uniform. The man in that photo is Mike Maroney, and he's an Air Force veteran who suffers from PTSD. Since Maroney rescued LaShay Brown and her family almost twelve years ago, he's been deployed twice and carried that photo with him everywhere he went. Through social media, the two have been reunited and Maroney says that she saved him more than he saved her... Now, both LaShay and Maroney talk every week and she's taking him to the school ball! It's Today's "Good Feeling Story of the Day"
Chet’s Randoms for 3/16/17The American film industry only produces the third most movies in the world. India's film industry produces the most . . . and believe it or not, NIGERIA'S film industry is second.
Spivey Podcast For Thursday, March 16, 2017Every Thursday The World’s Greatest Psychic Gary Spivey helps Vegas with its spiritual and supernatural questions and issues. Cecilia's daughter has fainting episodes and it;s starting to effect her health, will she be okay? RoseMary and her co-worker have been seeing ghosts at the office the last 18 years, what is it? Olivia was single for 10 years and just started dating her best friend, is he the one?
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 3/16/17A South Korean fighter fighter named Choi Kil-Soo had only been working for 2 months when the station got a call about a burning apartment complex. While trying to get everyone out of the building, Choi, along with five other people, were trapped by the fire. Choi helped those five people escape from the window by blocking the flame with his Back! Choi didn't leave until everyone was safely out of the building... It's Today's "Good Feeling Story of the Day"
Chet’s Randoms for 3/15/17Neil deGrasse Tyson is now one of the most famous astrophysicists in the world. Turns out he's also a fantastic DANCER . . . and won a gold medal at a dance meet in 1985 doing Latin ballroom for the University of Texas dance team.
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 3/15/17At thirteen years old Sean Swarner was diagnosed with final stage four Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and at age sixteen doctors gave him 14 days to live. Where is he today? Swarner is now a two time cancer survivor, he has already finished the extremely difficult 7-Summit Tour by climbing the highest mountain peaks on each of the seven continents, and... he only has 1 working lung! Now he wants to be the first cancer survivor to ever complete the Explorers Grand Slam, which requires a demanding trip to both poles and an Arctic hike to the North Pole. It's Today's "Good Feeling Story of the Day"
Chet’s Randoms for 3/14/17Pez candies get their name from the German word Pfefferminz, which means peppermint . . . since that was the original flavor.
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 3/14/17Tom McCay is an older gentleman who was taking a flight from Atlanta to Houston. On his flight, Tom had fallen ill and passed! The flight attendant asked if there were any doctors on board the plane. It just to happens there wasn't just one doctor on the flight... there were 20! It's Today's "Good Feeling Story of the Day"
Chet’s Randoms for 3/13/17
The Good Feeling Story of the Day, 3/13/17An 89 year old women in New Jersey who walks with two canes was walking in the middle of railroad tracks when the crossing arms lowered, indicating that the train was on its way... thankfully, there were good samaritans willing to risk their lives to save her... It's Today's "Good Feeling Story of the Day"
Chet’s Randoms for 3/10/17Bill Nye "The Science Guy" doesn't have any degrees in any of the traditional science fields . . . he graduated from Cornell University in 1977 with a degree in mechanical engineering.