WIKY Morning Show Re-Cap August 9th


WIKY Morning Show August 9, 2011

**DJB and Diane found this story rather disturbing - apparently, major department stores around the country have started reversing the slats on their dressing room doors.  Now, instead of keeping you private and helping you see out of the dressing room, people walking by can see IN. 

 They say they're doing it to prevent shoplifting.  Now employees can walk around the dressing room area and look in on people to make sure they're not stealing.

 Of course, it means they'll be able to look in and see you NAKED.  And not just the employees . . . anyone.  But the stores aren't so concerned about that. 

 Apparently Macy's, Dillard's, Ann Taylor Loft, and Saks Fifth Avenue have already installed the reverse slats in several of their stores. 

 In a statement, Macy's said they've done it because, quote, "Retailers work hard to strike a balance between preserving the privacy of customers, providing customer service, maintaining customer safety in fitting rooms, and deterring theft." 

 We heard from a number of listeners here in the Tri-state that let us know it’s not only common in department stores in our area, it’s nothing new.  The reverse slats have been around for a long time.  If that’s the case, we want to know why bother with dressing rooms?  Just try everything on in the middle of the store!


**Chatted with meteorologist Byron Douglas about the newest inductees to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.  Read more here –



We welcome to the WIKY Morning Show, The Donut Bank Kids’ Birthday Club!  Great treats for your kiddo’s b-day from WIKY and Donut Bank.  Register at wiky.com or donutbank.com!


We welcomed Jennifer Wigginton of The Literacy Center live in studio to tell us about their second annual Golf for Literacy Golf Scramble coming up August 26 at Oak Meadow Country Club.  Details to get in on the fun at 812-429-1222 or




**It’s Riley Hospital for Children Month at WIKY, celebrating 10 years of radiothons for the hospital that cares for thousands of Tri-state kids every year.  New feature this year is FirstGiving, a great way to get a team together to donate to Riley.  You can even coordinate donations in the name of a Riley kid in your family.  All the details on the Riley page at wiky.com.



**With the current financial crisis, we spent a Minute Inside a Woman’s Head. 


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**And in the Culture Quiz, brought to you by Subway – 57% of women polled said they’d rather leave their husbands than give this up – what?  Make-up!