Post: December 23rd, 2009: ERS-2009-12-23 #185 Show Notes

Click Here to download ERS-2009-12-23 #185 Happy Holiday’s everyone! It’s going to be a white Christmas here in Chicago which makes it nice and festive! The next three days are going to be filled with family, food and fun….I can’t wait for Sunday to roll around when I can rest. The show today is a bit shorter than normal. There were two accidents in the news this week; one that involved a 4 year old getting caught in an escalator and the other a child too who his hand had caught in closing doors. Again, common sense not always prevails. Support the today. Next week we’ve got our prize pack give away and the last show of the year and decade! (Pictured is an LCD device intended to help a person choose stairs over elevators to loose weight. Perhaps they'll make something like this for a pizza box too!)

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