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Fonseca Show with Aaron Fonseca 03/28/24

Fonseca Best of Calls:


- CBS says Punxsutawney Phil and Phyllis are now parents to two baby groundhogs. The babies are currently with their parents at the zoo in the Punxsutawney Memorial Library. This surprise birth marks the first time Phil has had offspring

- People magazine says Dr Ruth offered advice yesterday on viewing the April 8th solar eclipse. She posted, “I've been urging people to use protection for decades. So now I want to urge you to use protection for your eyes if you plan on observing the solar eclipse. And, no, don't look at the sun thru a condom but special glasses.”

- Fox Business News says SunChips will release a limited edition flavor during the April 8th solar eclipse. The new flavor is Pineapple Habanero and Black Bean Spicy Gouda. The chips will only be available for 4 minutes and 27 seconds. Fans can enter for a chance to win a bag

- The Joblo Movie Network says a new Chucky movie, to tie in with the TV series, is in development.  Fans are wondering if Chucky might finally venture into space 

- The Daily Mail says Lea Michele is pregnant with her second child. The 37-year-old Glee star and her husband, Zandy Reich, are overjoyed and already parents to three-year-old Ever Leo. 

- Fortune Magazine says recent research shows that older siblings tend to earn more money than their younger siblings due to the younger siblings being more prone to illness. The study showed that second-born children have higher hospitalization rates in the first year of life. The income gap between siblings is small


New Ballpark Foods For 2024: 

Today is Opening Day for Major League Baseball.

The Marietta Daily Journal says the Atlanta Braves are serving a new menu item this year called the 4 Bagger. It features four charbroiled burgers smothered in a pound of barbecue brisket, cheddar cheese, jalapenos, reaper pepper mayo and a fried onion ring.

WSVN says the Miami Marlins are serving a gator chili hot dog this year. The chili, not the hot dog, is made from gator meat. 

ABC says the Seattle Mariners are serving a Dungeness crab pizza topped with warm butter, lemons and parmesan cheese. 

ABC says the Arizona Diamondbacks are serving an Apple Pie Chimichanga topped with vanilla frozen yogurt, caramel sauce, whipped cream, Cracker Jacks and strawberries.

Dexerto says the Chicago White Sox are serving a Campfire Milkshake. The chocolate-vanilla shake is topped with graham crackers,  roasted marshmallow and pieces of chocolate.

Time Out magazine says the Chicago White Sox are selling a Jack Daniels Coca-Cola ice cream float. Vanilla ice cream is topped with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and Coca-Cola 

ESPN says the New York Mets are serving a cookie egg roll this year. A rainbow cookie, raspberry jam and chocolate syrup are rolled into an egg roll wrapper before it's fried and served with a glaze. 

Aramark says the Boston Red Sox are serving Irish Nachos this year. The dish contains Waffle fries, corned beef, sauerkraut, sour cream, Thousand Island dressing, and queso 

Aramark says the Pittsburgh Pirates are serving a Renegade Hot Dog this year. It is a footlong hot dog topped with pot roast, mini pierogies, caramelized onions, and pickle slices

Aramark says the New York Mets are serving The Mets Championship Burger. A dry-aged beef patty is topped with  Maine lobster seafood salad, lobster fondue, and charred lemon

Aramark says the Pittsburgh Pirates are serving a sweet pierogi this year.  A sweet cheese pierogi is topped with chocolate sauce and powdered sugar.

The Daily Mail says Harry Styles recently joined a London boxing gym for intense one-on-one sessions. He is committed to pushing himself for a toned physique. 

Metro UK says Sam Smith split his pants while performing at a festival in Argentina. Sam handled the situation with humor, pointing out the wardrobe malfunction during his show. His cheeks were exposed.

Ariana Grande tells Elle magazine that she doesn't let what the tabloids write about her get to her. "They can write whatever they want. It's their right. But me and the people close to me, we know the truth. The people who care about me know the truth. And that's all that matters to me.”

Miley Cyrus tells Vogue magazine that she's prioritizing her health over her fame.“I make choices that I’m proud of that protect me. I put my mental and physical health before a paycheck. I freed up space for myself to be with friends and family doing what I love, which is working out, eating well, learning ways about how to enhance my life, staying dedicated to practices and protocols that are specifically designed for me.”

Billie Eilish tells Rolling Stone magazine that she used to torture her Barbie dolls when she was younger. "I had a bunch of ’em, and I would mutilate them and do crazy things to them and make them do crazy things with each other. But I think we all did that. I don't think there's a person out there who didn't pop the head off of one of their Barbies."

WSVN says the University of Miami is launching a Taylor Swift strategy development class in the Fall. The course, titled Strategically Communicating Through Music: The Mastermind of the Taylor Swift Brand, covers advertising and social media. Students can expect discussions on Swift's business prowess and success. Vice Dean Lancaster hopes for a surprise visit from Taylor Swift herself.

The Standard Journal says the Penn State University campus, in Reading, Pennsylvania, is going to offer a course on Taylor Swift. Michele Ramsey will teach “Taylor Swift, Gender, and Communication”. It will explore pop culture's influence on society.

TMSPN says Travis and Jason Kelce plan to devour a massive pizza in Ohio in April. They will tackle 'The Bearcat' at Adriatico's Pizza. The pie, typically for 10-12 people, has 30 slices. Jason told Travis, "I’ve seen you eat a full Bearcat all by yourself."

Ghostbusters News says Pop Culture Coffee has created a new coffee inspired by "Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire." Fans can enjoy Ecto-Espresso and Puftmellow. These limited-run offerings taste like buttery caramel and marshmallow

Footwear News says Tom Hanks' iconic Forrest Gump Nike Cortez sneakers were recently auctioned off for $57,000. The sneakers, worn by Hanks in the movie, were heavily distressed for production. A similar pair sold in 2019 for $30,000. Nike plans to reissue the Cortez in May

Page Six says Leonardo DiCaprio and Vittoria Ceretti may be engaged. Ceretti was seen wearing a new ring on her left hand during a lunch outing in Los Angeles. The couple displayed rare PDA as DiCaprio fed Ceretti a burrito 

The New York Post says Marcus Jordan slammed Larsa Pippen yesterday for saying he wasn't her guy. He posted; “I wasn’t born last night. Rewriting history for clout is not cute. Funny how ppl change, just to be part of a conversation that’s irrelevant. Why give shorty a heart, when she rather have press. Ooooohhh thats nerve.”

Radar Online says Gavin Rossdale is allegedly poking Gwen Stefani because of her  troubles with Blake Shelton. A source says, "Gavin is still stewing over the breakup, so he likes to stir the pot whenever he can. He heard that Gwen and Blake are going through a tough time right now, so he's using it as an opportunity to push Gwen's buttons when he sees her. Gwen doesn't even like doing the kids handoff with him, because Gavin will say something obnoxious or act weird. That's why Blake tags along sometimes, because Gwen doesn't feel comfortable going alone.’’

Female First says Simon Cowell recently adopted another puppy. The 64-year-old welcomed a black and white Chihuahua into his family. He says he would consider cloning his beloved pets to ensure they are always with him. Simon has six dogs

Car Survey

A new survey by Meineke reveals that 51% of people consider their car to be "part of the family." Other findings: 

- 53% of people would keep their current car forever if given the option

- 58% of people value their car for its reliability. 

- 46% of people cannot afford a car upgrade due to financial constraints.

Weight Study

A new study by Vanderbilt University reveals that individuals with a high genetic risk of obesity need to do 73% more exercise to achieve the same weight loss results as those with a low genetic risk. Other findings:

- People with a moderate genetic risk for obesity must walk 41% more steps compared to those with a low risk

- 41% of American adults are obese 

- 80% of obesity cases can be attributed to genetic predisposition

Sick Day Survey 

A new survey by Nectar Allergy reveals that the average person spends 84 hours a year working while feeling under the weather. Other findings:

- 40% of people miss social events due to colds, the flu, and other sickness

- 47% of ill people power through rather than take a sick day. 

- 49% of people suffer from yearlong or seasonal allergies

Dear Fonseca,

My husband and I had a baby girl six weeks ago. The other night, I joked that my husband should pay me for being a stay-at-home mom. The joke turned into a serious discussion. He said I shouldn't be paid because being a mom is my job. I told him I should be paid by him because if I was still working we'd have to pay for daycare and a house cleaner. Things have been a bit frosty since Monday. Should stay at home moms be paid by their husbands? I think they should? Do you agree with me or my husband?

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