0020 – It’s a HOT & Special 4th of July Show! A’ja is here with me to talk food, celebrating the 4th, and we also continue reading “Miss Grief”
GUEST & Co-Reader: A’ja (pronounced: “Asia”)
STORYTIME TITLE: Miss Grief
STORYTIME AUTHOR: Constance Fenimore Woolson
It’s a HOT & Special 4th of July Show! A’ja is here with me to talk food, celebrating the 4th, and we also continue reading “Miss Grief”
Some interesting “this day in history” the 4th of July events – which I spin with my own unique sarcasm!
A’ja and I insincerely wish people born on the 4th a “happy birthday”!
We also tell some more really bad and stupid jokes that are almost guaranteed to make you laugh!
Overall, just a lot of fun, so enjoy!
ON THIS DAY::::
1776 – The amended Declaration of Independence, prepared by Thomas Jefferson, was approved and signed by John Hancock, the President of the Continental Congress in America.
1848 – In Washington, DC, the cornerstone for the Washington Monument was laid. (and hasn’t had sex since)
1886 – The first rodeo in America was held at Prescott, AZ.
1966 – U.S. President Johnson signed the Freedom of Information Act, which went into effect the following year.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO….
Calvin Coolidge (U.S.) 1872 – 30th President of the United States
Rube Goldberg 1883
Ann Landers 1918
Leona Helmsley 1920
Neil Simon 1927
Ray Pillow 1937
Geraldo Rivera 1943
Jeremy Spencer 1948 – Musician (Fleetwood Mac), Fleetwood Mac Merchandise
Matt Malley (Counting Crows) 1963
Mark Slaughter (Slaughter) 1964
Other Credits & Info for the Cosmic Cafe Show’s Podcast include…
Adobe Audition CC
All writing, sound design, and sound editing by: Eric Brown
Microphones used are Samson GTrack Pro – currently not a sponsor, but should be….. (HINT, HINT) 😉
A brief history:
The Cosmic Cafe’s TV Show was originally started and broadcast in 2014. It now is broadcast on nearly 90 TV Stations across the United States.
We also broadcast 100+ live streaming episodes from my home studio as well as remote locations like NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida and San Diego’s ComicCon!
The archives of those shows and much more are all available on the main website: CosmicCafeShow.com