John Riley is a 23-year radio veteran, musician, comedian, frazzled father of four and host of the Morning Drive on 93.3 The Drive (5:30 am to 9 am Monday through Friday). Named Local Radio Personality of the Year four times by the Illinois Broadcasters Association, Riley is a family-friendly entertainer using music, games, phone calls and his unique perspective to help listeners get their days started on the right foot. Riley is joined by long time market news voice Nancy Flagg. A busy, constantly on-the-run mother of three, Nancy keeps Central Illinois up on the latest news, lifestyle choices and gossip, and tries to keep John in line. Be sure to play along with "Who Are You?" at 6:10, Question Impossible at 7:10 (win $50 cash!), and "The Game" at 8:10!Â
What you learned on TODAY's show .. and other stuff.
Today's Question Impossible: A new study says THIS directly reflects what kind of personality you have. What is it?
Answer: The type of pizza you like.
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A new study found the personality traits linked to what kind of PIZZA you like. People who like vegetable toppings are flirtatious, charming, and gullible . . . people who like pepperoni are extroverts who get bored easily . . . and people who like white pizza are good with money, cynical, and love debates.
BUZZ : Bono .. Woody Allen .. Johnny Depp and Shi LaBeaouf don't have the IT factor anymore .. that's acording to GQ magazine. The magazine named those people to its list ofr the Least Influential People of 20-14. GQ chose Bono because of U2's deal with Apple to download their "Songs of Innocence" album to iTunes accounts without consent of iTunes users.v It chose Depp for always playing movie characters that cannot plausibly exist in real life. GQ says LaBeouf made the list for wearing a brown bag on his head and calling it a performance piece.
William Shatner has a new venture .. he's launched a Kickstarter campaign to finance his new book aimed at teaching seniors about leveraging their skills in the modern age. The book is called "Catch Me Up" and it's aimed at catching up older Americans with new technology. Shatner, who is 83, says he's been unemployed more than 400 times and he's had to reinvent himself 400 times.
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