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We told you about the woman who was featured in a New York Post article, which described her story of getting fired from her job because of her sexy shape.
Well, one of her friends heard us talking about it on the show and reached out to Fester to say, “Hey, you (and the New York Post) got it all wrong.” He is friends with the woman. Her name is Nina Osegueda, and she’s the lead singer in a metal band. Nina’s friend told Fester, “I can put you in touch with her so you can hear the real story. (Not the sensationalized one).” So that afternoon Fester and Nina hooked up on the phone, and Fester described what he referred to as “a lovely conversation” with Nina.
Nina called into the show on Friday, set the record straight, and even allowed us to sample her latest music release.
Froggy's Metal Detecting Finds
Froggy has pastimes he enjoys when he’s not busy making us laugh on the MJ Morning Show or running the shelving business. His favorite hobbies are magnet fishing, regular fishing, and metal detecting. So basically, he enjoys anything that has to do with using a rod of some sort to lure or attract things.
We recently chatted with him about his metal detecting scores and what makes it fun. Here’s what he had to say:
My metal detecting obsession began almost 10 years ago when I moved into a new house, and there was a metal detector left in the garage. One day, I decided to try it out. I went around my yard and found all kinds of old coins and cool fishing lures, as well as old bullets.
Since then, I have purchased a better metal detector. Now my sons and I like to find spots where a lot of people congregate. One type of spot we’ve had good luck at is under bleachers at Little League parks. On one occasion, we actually found a ring.