Originally aired: Wednesday, July 25, 2012
We talk with retired North Carolina Army National Guard staff sergeant Dale Beatty. He lost both of his lower legs to an anti-tank mine in Iraq in 2004. The Fisher House helped him and his family recover from the ordeal. He joins us to help raise funds to build a new Fisher House for the JBLM community. // The crowd at Safeco Field booed A-Rod last night after he broke his hand on a pitch by King Felix. 710 ESPN's Bill Swartz is appalled by the lack of class the fans displayed, even if A-Rod is the most hated baseball player in Seattle. // Everyone's complaining about Obama's "money grab" trip to the area yesterday. Some (like a Mr. Don O'Neill) say it's going to cost him votes at the end of the day. Luke finds himself in the uncomfortable position of agreeing with Don. // Dunkin' Donuts is pumping the smell of coffee into buses in South Korea to entice people to buy their brew. And it's actually pretty cool the way it works. Special devices are programmed to recognize the 4-note radio commercial jingle, and when they hear it, they spray the aroma.