There is a downside to being in the spotlight and that is attracting stalkers. This week we focus on stalker stories that shocked and awed. Dana tells us about John Hinkley Jr and the Reagan assassination attempt. What was that all about? Jodie Foster won’t tell us. Nydia tells us about the Bjork stalker, Ricardo Lopez. Why was he so mad? Hint, it wasn’t because of the swan dress. Cindy shares some delightful listener stories we’ve all come to enjoy.
For dinner this week, Cindy made a presidential meatloaf. A favorite of Ronnie’s. For dessert, she Islandic Skuffukaka. This dessert was worthy of a standing ovation. The meal was paired with Castello Di Farnetella Chianti Colli Senesi. An all around well structured red, bursting with red fruits and vanilla. A hint of spice rounds it all out.
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