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Past Shows

The Aldi Aisle of Shame

05.08.24 | Shop Talk directs us to the German owned grocer, Aldi, and their non-grocery aisle of “finds.” But first, Caught My Eye deals with luxury jeweler Cartier. The retailer’s Mexican website improperly listed $14K earrings for $14. A man bought 2 pairs and Cartier protested. The Mexican Government Dept. of Consumer Affairs sided with the customer and made Cartier adhere to the price. Also, items from the Titanic recently sold at auction including a watch worn by John J. Astor IV selling for $1.5 million. Lonnie Pilgrim, the longtime leader of chicken giant, Pilgrims Pride, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: A Dog Born Green Named Shamrock

05.07.24 | A Canadian 1985 high school student, Ian Peterson, had his yearbook quote nixed and now it is seeing the light of day. Then, Gen Z is suffering from Resenteeism or as Tim and John call it: “everyone gets a trophy syndrome.” Finally, a Labrador cream colored litter had one pup that came out with green fur. This is apparently not that uncommon according to breeders.

A Yard Sale at the Beach

05.01.24 | Shop Talk reveals a recent study that says putting your pronouns on your resume can hinder your job search. But first, Caught My Eye lets you know that the Haiku Stairs in Oahu, Hawaii will be closing for good. People still sneak in to do the Stairway to Heaven hike, but the old US Navy installation is going away. Also, the Clean Ocean Action environmental group details items people leave behind at the Jersey Shore. Intimate clothing, tires, voodoo dolls, crockpots, and fake eyelashes were among the finds. Russi Taylor, the longest tenured voice of Mini Mouse, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: Martina Stays True to Her Beliefs

04.30.24 | Tennis great, Martina Navratilova, is not supportive and will not attend the WTA Women’s Finals in Saudi Arabia this year. The LGBTQ rights activist finds it shocking that the WTA would legitimize a location where human rights overall are among the worst on the globe. But first, a Florida couple tried to tape together two losing lotto tickets to collect a million-dollar grand prize. They got a ticket to jail. Finally, Delta Burke, who played Suzanne Sugarbaker on the hit series Designing Women tells all about her crystal meth use to maintain a certain body image.

America’s Favorite Delivery Food

04.24.24 | Shop Talk looks at the top 50 foods that Americans order for delivery. There are some surprises. But first, Caught My Eye looks at the sale of Kate’s Lazy Desert compound near Joshua Tree, California. Yes, that Kate Pierson of the B52s, is selling the airstream compound for a very fair price. Also, Crocs came out with Pringles Crocs that hold a tube of Pringles Chips. Get them while they last. Adam Neumann, co-founder of WeWork, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: Queen of the Desert Found

04.23.24 | The iconic bus from the movie “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” is found in a remote Aussie town, and a group is now working to raise over $1million to restore the bus to its former glory. But first, Gays Against Grooming—GAG, as we call them—is spun up over a three-year-old tweet The North Face sent out offering support to Brave Trails, an LGBTQ youth leadership camp. Finally, San Francisco is suing the neighboring city of Oakland for changing the name of their airport to the San Francisco Bay Oakland International Airport.

Leave it all behind

04.17.24 | Shop Talk looks at two gay digital nomads that sold their house in Seattle and hit the globe to find a foreign land where they can settle down for a while. They are writers and are chronicling their adventure. They both feel this was the best thing and the right thing for them to do. Tim and John ponder the idea with a modified approach. But first, Caught My Eye has a story about a Detroit sign gone wrong and the least popular paint color according to Sherwin Williams. Caresse Crosby, the inventor of the bra, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: Do You Live in the Gayest State?

04.16.24 | Popular trans focused website, Emisil.com, has released a study on what states they believe are the gayest based on selected search terms. See if you agree. Then, the hook-up app, Grindr, is developing an “AI Boyfriend” to sext with you when no one else will. Finally, a baker in Kansas, Sis Monroe, believes she lost her $4,000 diamond in a batch of cookies for sale at her local shop. Be careful you don’t chip your teeth!

Location, Location, Location

04.10.24 | Shop Talk looks at how the onslaught of anti-LGBTQ legislation is affecting the workplace and decisions about where people want to live. But first, Caught My Eye finds a Velveeta hair-dye from Kraft-Heinz that is no joke, and NASA wants to standardize moon time. Candy Samples, the voluptuous large breasted model and actress, is our Business Birthday.

TFG Unbuttoned: Martina and Caitlyn Jenner Trade Barbs

04.09.24 | Caitlyn Jenner went off half-cocked in a full MAGA meltdown related to the Trans Day of Visibility, which for the past nine years has been on the 31st. Easter, a roving holiday, happened to also fall on the 31st, thus creating the false outrage. Martina Navratilova called her out for her hypocrisy. Also, Best Buy is the latest brand to come under fire for supporting LGBTQ causes. Finally, the famed Tropicana in Las Vegas has closed after 67 years to make way for a new baseball stadium.

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