Kelly & Michael: Writing on Streets
Sometimes people just speed by on the street. It’s so dangerous and obnoxious. There’s a guy in Pennsylvania who painted “Slow 25 MPH” on the street, but then he got arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal mischief for taking matters into his own hands. Why wouldn’t they arrest the speeders instead? Plus people used to write in chalk on the street all the time. Kelly Ripa’s dad named himself the cop of the street when she was a kid.
Kelly & Michael: What Will You Do With Your Ashes When You Die?
What do you want to do with your ashes when you die? This is something Kelly thinks about. She doesn’t want to leave it up to her kids. A man’s ashes will be packed into fireworks and launched into the sky because he loves fireworks. “That’s a great idea,” Kelly said. “You really go out with a bang.” If Kelly gets cremated she would want them to be left in fancy places like a fountain or Buckingham Palace. Joan Rivers dropped a friend’s ashes there.
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Kelly & Michael: Shooting in Canada
On a sad note, Kelly & Michael Strahan sent their thoughts to the Canadians involved in the incident where a gunman opened fire at the Canadian Parliament yesterday. It was terribly horrific, and someone died.
Time to Smile Travel Trivia: Danai Gurira
The Time to Smile Travel Trivia Dancer was Renee Sopie from Jacksonville, Florida. He kept it in his comfort zone. Sandy Serbin from Warren, Oh was the contestant. She was watching the show. She was lounging at her daughter’s home in Arizona in her picture. She likes to go there in the winter. I don’t blame her. Kelly & Michael wanted to go too. She played for the Tanque Verde Ranch in Tucson, Arizona. How convenient! She can go with her daughter. It’s valued at $8,600. The question was:
She got it right! She lived in Zimbabwe. Her parents were from there and they wanted to go home. She did say that it was a bit of a culture shock for her. The contestant was very excited she won, and Kelly said her daughter should be thrilled. She then picked her favorite number, 19, to get eight place settings of American made fine china from Lenox, valued at over $500.