Here in New Jersey, stinging jellyfish are still menacing swimmers in Barnegat Bay. A professor from Montclair State University, along with students, have been studying the jellyfish to see what is causing them to thrive in those particular waters.
William Weimer is the vice-president of Phantom Fireworks out of Youngstown Ohio and he recently has taken to editorial pages writing letters in support of New Jersey lifting it's ban on fireworks sales. He says it is time New Jersey steps into the 21st century and follow the lead of 46 other states to make some level of consumer fireworks legal.
Please don't get me wrong. I support gay rights. If you're a listener of the show you know I support gay marriage. But I found it funny to hear that there's yet another big event scheduled this weekend in Asbury Park for the gay community. Didn't they just have their Pride day a few weeks ago? Now it's "Sand Blast Weekend".
Deminski and Doyle were discussing freaky tricks people can do on today's show. They had callers brag about tricks varying from being able to turn their eyelids inside out to putting spaghetti up their nose and have it come out their mouth.
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