We've got mail from Vicki in Argentina, Bagel-san in the U.K. (check out her cool photography site), Kathleen, Cary, and Brevard. Keep those cards and letters coming in!
The Japanese government has sent a representative to the U.S. to officially apologize to the survivors of World War II's infamous Bataan Death March.
Our Dick of the Week can be found in the Religion Corner this week. The principal of the Heritage Christian School in the U.S. suspended a student for illegal dancing. Something about low-cut dresses.
In the U.K., residents have taken matters into their own hands and changed the name of their street. I don't know, it seems like a perfectly reasonable name to me.
The moral of our final story is that next time you eat a bird, you should check to make sure it isn't thought to be extinct.
We close the show with a song from Cheryl B. Engelhardt called "Out There."
That's it for now. Thanks for listening!