Great show today on 92.1 FM; Officer Rick Kott for Millville Man of the Year; Barry Perlow surfaces; Shep dog food; Most dog food drek; M25 Code Blue holding Saturday night fundraiser at Texas Roadhouse; What has happened to the media?; PTSD among police officers and misfit youth; ‘Police did nothing’ your fault

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The column that says if you didn’t like the show on 92.1 FM from noon to 2 p.m. with retired Bridgeton police chief John Bondi, Millville PAL “Coach” Rick Kott and former Camden City Police Officer Jorje Romero, if you didn’t learn something about the old days, if you didn’t learn what it’s like today, check yourself for a pulse.

By Jack Hummel

Radio: 92.1 FM WVLT Saturdays noon to 2 p.m.

Email: jhummel9794@gmail.com

Phone: 856-237-6645

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Google all columns at jackhummelblog

Good evening!

Millville Police Officer Rick Kott and the PAL organization in his city are accomplishing amazing things.

When Kott talks about his kids, his eyes light up, so you know he connects with them and labels them “amazing.”

But, most of all, he praises the sponsors that fund the activities like flag football, countywide basketball where he brags about winning one age group and warning Bridgeton they won’t repeat in the 11-14 age group, a trip to a Sixers game.

Plowman’s Windows actually calls Kott and asks about the next activity that needs sponsors.

Add the SHINE program out of First United Methodist Church, Taking Back Millville, Millville Soccer Association and Millville Midget Football for starters and the future is looking brighter.

“Local Seismologic charts were affected by the Cholesterol readings.”

— Barry Perlow

“We had breakfast at Aunt Betty ‘s down in Greenwich. We ran into Shep.”

— Sam Feinstein

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It’s not lobster, but …

And it doesn’t have wholesome ingredients. What are savory juices?

The ingredients are those not fit for human consumption. With the price of beef, how much do you think they put in a can?

Feed your dog Orijen dry food. It is the only one that is 75 percent beef, and that is why it costs $79 for a 27-pound bag.

Grilled chicken from DiLisi’s ($2.79), Texas Roadhouse or Mama Mia’s is also suggested over canned dog food.

“But, he’s a dog!”

Spare us!

“Lassonde Pappas will be hosting a Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser in Millville on Saturday, Nov. 19, from noon to 4 p.m.

When the invitation flier is presented, M25 Code Blue will receive 10% of the proceeds. PLUS, Lassonde Pappas will match dollar for dollar raised!

“We will also be selling the M25 Discount Cards at the event.”

— Cindi Stanger Cooke

You are not permitted to give out the flier inside Texas Roadhouse, nor on the road into the place.

Make sure you can print one to bring.

If you were allowed to do a Friday night fundraiser there, you’d make $40 million.

“As I watch what is happening today within the media and the total absence of any journalistic integrity, I wonder if our work back then was truly objective or whether we were just unaware pawns in helping to lead a narrative dictated by some dark souls in distant places.

“I lose sleep over this and I pray every day that America will wake up and collectively save our country from the abyss of total corruption.”

— anonymous, but local

We were  never in the trenches. We just thought we were.

We just reported the news for our communities and listened to some people saying we were the best and others saying we were the worst.

And they were both wrong.

We were in the Land of Misfit Toys praying for reaction.

On 92.1 FM today, we learned that if you suffer from stress as a police officer, you can’t seek help like a returning veteran because “you will be considered weak.”

If a lawyer for a scumbag finds out, he will tell the court you are not fit to testify because you sought psychological help.

Can you believe it?

And what are you doing to change that?

We have a bunch of officers suffering for PTSD serving as our last line of defense against a bunch of misfits who either had no childhood or were beaten half to death and are also suffering from PTSD, and people on the sidelines calling both of them horrible names.

YOU CAN BOOK IT: If we see one more person on Facebook say, “And the police did nothing about it,” we’re going to give you truth serum.

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Great show today on 92.1 FM; Officer Rick Kott for Millville Man of the Year; Barry Perlow surfaces; Shep dog food; Most dog food drek; M25 Code Blue holding Saturday night fundraiser at Texas Roadhouse; What has happened to the media?; PTSD among police officers and misfit youth; ‘Police did nothing’ your fault

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