Turi Ryder, author of “She Said What? (A Life on the Air)” has hosted her own radio shows in LA, Chicago, Minneapolis, and Portland. She gives advice, which you probably should not take, and tells stories, which you probably should not believe.
Marci Persky spent years reporting and editing for UPI and other news organizations. She's worked in radio news and as a talk show host, for stations from her hometown of Kalamazoo Michicgan and her second home, Chicago. Marci now lives in Arizona, somewhere near the Grand Canyon, where she helps run an animal shelter, a political organization, and a hospice-supporting thrift store. Clearly, she likes to run things.
What Sleeps in Your Bed, Stays in Your Bed
Bed Turi’s neighbors have a new baby. Guess where she’s going to sleep? Marci had a kid in her bed…for a very very long time. Yurts, tents, and the mothers of Berkeley, California. The vegans next door
Dining Out at the Hospital
The Betty White Challenge has worn Marci out, and volunteers do not make her life easier. Turi’s car is sending her a message. How not to get rid of your extra stuff. Turi’s mom will soon be out of the hospital, but not before she drives everyone nuts.
Your Friends Do Not Tell You You're Fat
Marci continues to battle the forces of Google and YouTube. Turi’s friend suggests she might need help losing a few pounds. Marci has another suggestion, and so does Dr. Oz. Why Marci doesn’t eat olives, and a recap of Turi’s father’s tale of the pimento. Turi’s mother would like a magic lamp, or at least faster nurses.
A Danger to Your Fans
Turi wants to know why a certain celebrity gets to (allegedly) punch his fans in the face. Marci thinks fan-punching may be a route to stardom. World religions take a beating—or give them. Avoiding conversations at the grocery store. We give “Snopes.com” the opportunity to correct us about bugs and ears.
Turi wants to protect the government from fleecing—an odd position for her to be in. The bodily functions and mishaps that make us laugh. The Air Fryer has landed….and we are confused. Other appliances and devices we can’t use. Yet. There’s no such thing as “touchless”. Credit card hocus-pocus. Marci’s “Shark Tank” idea.
It’s not with whom you sleep, it’s where you sleep. The old sitcom bed arrangement may be the best thing for your marriage. Death in the nude. Tuned to disaster. Unlikely accidents and the people who want to tell you what’s wrong with them. Act old now.
These peoples families are out of this world entertaining. Their lives are a complete disaster but definitely worth listening to
I always look forward to the next “She Said What.” These two gals seem to come from two different worlds and share hilarious life stories! So much fun!!
This is a great funny take on everyday life. Highly recommended!