WIKY Morning Show Nov. 16th

** There was another elimination last night on "Dancing With the Stars."  So, who got booted?  Listen to the show here:

http://wiky.com/content/dwts-elimination

** Alice Cooper owns a restaurant named Cooperstown near the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where the Lakers play.  Apparently, the NBA lockout is going to cost him a TON of money!  Here's the report:

http://wiky.com/content/alice-cooper-vs-nba

** Justin Timberlake made good on his promise to attend the Marine Corp. Ball.  His date, Corporal Kelsey Santis talks about what a great time they had:

http://wiky.com/content/marine-corp-ball


** Remember this the next time you confide in someone.  Odds are you only have about a half an hour before your secret starts spreading.

According to a new survey by a British skin care brand called Simple, the average woman can only keep a secret for 32 MINUTES before she tells someone else.

 The survey was only conducted for women, so we don't know if men are as willing to immediately leak information.

 The survey also found that about 10% of women say they can't keep ANY secret, no matter how personal it is.  13% say they tell secrets specifically because they want gossip to spread.

 Almost half said that they share secrets because they can't handle being the only person who knows.

 10% say they've had a friendship end because either they leaked a secret or their friend leaked a secret . . . and a fight over that tore them apart.

 And finally, 85% say they LOVE hearing gossip from other people.


** PETA (People For the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has actually asked a town in Texas to change it's name from Thanksgiving!  Here's the story:

http://newschannel10.com/story/16050526/peta-wants-turkey-tx-to-change-their-name


** Speaking of Thanksgiving, we spend "One Minute Inside A Woman's Head" about this truly American holiday!

http://wiky.com/content/1-minute-inside-womans-head


** The International Toy Hall of Fame has listed their Class of 2011.  Hot Wheels, Dollhouses and Blankets made it.  It's caused some controversy, because some people don't consider a child's blanket to be a toy, but most of our listeners (and us) think it definitely is a toy.  Diane brought in her childhood blanket, which was the satin border strip off a much bigger blanket. Her grandmother cut it off because she thought Diane would trip on it and fall down the stairs!


And in the Culture Quiz:

Question:  A new study claims it's the most dangerous food to eat while driving.  What?

Answer:  Potato chips!

Winner:  Kayla Park of Evansville, IN!