Did you miss out on Derringer in the Morning? Here’s the best of the best of what was talked about today!
The EX is happening in Toronto and that means the end of summer is near — one last long weekend to enjoy before the long fall haul. With some many great concerts over the years at the CNE today we’re talking about our first concert experiences. Ryan shares a nasty story about how rude he once was to a local crossing guard as child, and on the other hand, Derringer and Jenn start a campaign to vote Ryan in as ‘Acton’s Citizen of the Year.’ Good luck with that!
Definitely Derringer for Tuesday August 29, 2017
Q107’s Question of the Day
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Ryan is running for Acton’s Citizen of the Year!
The Acton Rotary Club is seeking nominations for Acton’s Citizen of the Year, and we’ve got the guy! Ryan Parker deserves this title… so let’s make it happen!
Derringer’s Tool of the Day: If you don’t vote for Ryan as citizen of the year… you’re a Tool of the Day!
We are on a mission to make Ryan the Citizen of the Year for Acton. If we have anything to do with it, he’s going to WIN! So, if you don’t vote for our Ryan as Citizen of the Year, we’ve gotta believe that you’re a Tool of the Day!
How times have changed…
Ryan wanted to come clean about all the grief he gave his crossing guard as a kid. He feels guilty about it now! This had John, Ryan and Jenn looking back on how different parenting and teaching styles were back in the day. Remember when you’d get the strap if you misbehaved as a kid? Wouldn’t happen today!
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