Date: Wed February 6, 2013
Show: The John Curley Show with Andrew Walsh
The US Postal Service is planning to end mail delivery on Saturdays. Congress says they can't do that without Congressional approval, but due to the lack of formal budget, they might actually be able to. They will still deliver packages and sell stamps in stores on Saturdays. // The FCC is clearing the way to make a new, stronger version of Wi-Fi that would use old TV broadcast frequencies that arenít being used. It's proposed that this could mean a free, powerful Wi-Fi network provided by the government that could radically change how people use cell phones and communicate with each other. // Listener Saul is a USPS mail carrier in Pennsylvania. He joins the show live to weigh in on the Postal Service's plan to end mail delivery on Saturdays. // UM, THAT SOUNDS LIKE A BAD IDEA Andrew and the crew weigh in on some stories that sound like bad ideas at first, but might not be, including a law to allow underage wine sipping, perfume for babies, and a new Monopoly game token. Special guest Sean DeTore joins us.
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