What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? Giant puppets roam the streets of Geneva

Every week I go on WWAY and do a comedy news report on strange stories. This week’s stories are:

  • Headland, Alabama is holding a scarecrow contest.
  • 2 giant puppets of a grandmother and her granddaughter walked the streets of Geneva, Switzerland.
  • The Gilmore Car museum is letting visitors drive a Ford Model T.

Catch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY Thursdays at 6:30am and 7:30pm and Fridays on the CW 10pm News.

 

 

What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? McDonald’s sells the very last McPizza

 

Once a week I go on WWAY and report the weird news stories they did not. This week I’ve got an update on the mysterious item I mentioned a month ago. It’s inconclusive but it’s definitely an alien. I also say farewell to the McPizza. Featuring music from the super talented D&D Sluggers.

Watch “What Did We Miss?” on WWAY Thursdays at 6:30am, 7:30pm and Fridays at 10 on WWAY CW. Check out the previous episodes here.

What Did We Miss?

What Did We Miss? Chimps can play rock-paper-scissors

Every week I get to go on WWAY and report the weird news stories that they did not. Here are this week’s stories:

  • Unity, Maine celebrated it’s annual Axe & Saw Day.
  • Chimpanzees can understand rock-paper-scissors.
  • The town of Malmedy, Belguim used 10,000 eggs to create a giant omelette.

Watch “What Did We Miss” every Thursday on WWAY at 6:30am and 7:30pm. Watch the previous episodes here.