London museum to display part of the reeking fatberg clogging up its sewers

Steve & Ted
Wednesday, December 13th

The Museum of London will display small cross section of the over 140 ton mass of oil, diapers, and human waste.

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The Museum of London says it will put the only remaining chunk. Of the 143. Ton mass of oil fat diapers and baby wipes on display early next year. Workers for utility company Tim's water. Spent weeks this year dislodging the smelly 840 foot long blob thing by breaking it up with high powered poses one. That are being high powered a right to museums shoe box ice chunk is all the remit Soledad it's all yeah I was hoping for something much larger. The wrestlers that impressive the rest has been converted to bio fuel and the curator says it will be one of the most fascinating and disgusting objects they've ever at a bigger hit on display size shoe box yeah. And and just teach you were wondering it's been air dried to reduce spell and will be displayed in a sealed unit. That's not the whole thing outsourced not even very big. And they made it less smelly too fat for I I can that's all very disappointing yeah really and it's why is that. Did you wanna smell lists all the us what people wanna go to see something grotesque. And it's a part of the overall experience listening again so let's put it that maybe cute people in England feel differently about those sorts of things they needed. Being a yank. Prosecutors say a woman swindled Philadelphia schools out of tens of thousands of dollars by posing as a tutor or relative with special needs. Federal prosecutors announced fraud charges against Patricia clearly they say she received nearly 60000 dollar from the district for tutoring services that were never provided. And try to get 30000 dollars more. Investigators say she used her maiden name patrician Goldstein. As the name of the fictitious. Yet tutor. And submitted falsified teaching credentials. And that they tax for now thoughts in pretty good scandal on their gambit somebody figured it out. That takes tax form and that can be and I'm honored to be a real problem. Idealistic in the news this morning you know about the City Council approving a tougher panhandling ordinance obviously stuck it to go into effect for a year. And it's two ordinances. Advocate for the next year they're gonna educate people. The first step or does prohibits pedestrians from soliciting money or rides from motorists. The second forbids people from giving money to those in the roadways. Of the previous find twenty dollars plus court fees now has been dramatically increased to up to 500. Dollars. And after thirty days in jail. And if you don't you'll have a misdemeanor. On your record. Courses up I don't know is it an answer to these folks are paying illegal street corners and some of them pretty close. Highway 54 over here when I guess being worked every dale over a rock road. LaSalle then going westbound upon that ramp out there's always somebody always somebody right there right there Tommy squared her and it can be it can be very dangerous situation itself. The City Council taking steps to to remedy that situation. I have another year where people against gonna. Get a warning. Or the last thing they tried didn't really work they did. They gave it tried to get people to hand out cards. Now now the image that a minus and giving someone money giving him these cards that have a list of places where they can get help and assistance. Apparently that that's league did not at all. What the money. And 738 now Stevenson and a last night at Weaver. Privilege to be part of the seventh annual air capital courts yes we or Christmas radio hour. Right there at the yeah. Scottish rite center grand well I was actually in the theater in the third fourth area which is it for rent that place I mean if you've ever seen it to the permanent building. It is something else but anyway we did the radio hour last night and by the way this this will be. Recorded it it will be played back. On the Christmas morning at 8 o'clock. And what you have there is as the year capital courts shall be great groups and singers. Providing via the musical entertainment and in you and I didn't. We have we have troops skips we did some fun stuff and actually had a very good time. And it you're gonna say well we had a visit from jolly old saint nick allele saint nick he brought to and then as senators helper with him. Sierra Scott was assesses yes which it was a big surprise not realize well that was going to happen. And that they were you path and they were talking about and recognize that fact when that Marconi award national award. So senate gave us something a little little different there he gave us. By Abel or right. A major award major award in up just like and that of the movie the what does Christmas story. The leg lamp we got to lately many leg went out. That this actually works it does plugged in right now right there behind us in the stagnating us that the globe electric. Even if fish net stockings and a high yield right obviously unbelievable I proudly I started caressing it yeah. Most Asian impaired you're I don't Ozal embarrassing now but then anyway we had a great time list I thank you for those of you came out. This is an annual thing to do that is a fund raiser. For the Kansas food bank or and food great opportunity. The admission was as some sort of a right food product or some money laundering some food we all donated to the Kansas food bank in great timely did you meet listener Andy. Andy great listener and it was a big a big fan of Mars right we made that we autographed a teacher at last night. And he put as you play a few minutes ago one of the people who. Talk this was so what's her name she's she's a teacher Kerry Kerry. And she's got like forty wild and crazy where he teaches and she's been adamant before and she thanked us for. Helping our honored commute every morning isn't going to school he said she picked up tidbits from are show that she shared whether it's on us because students. What's going on the news abstain history. National donut days uses that time she. Kohl's solid information is that there teaching for the day I just yeah I didn't know she had a little Lilly with her with the the pretty little code yeah evidently it was nice to meet those Lilly didn't have a clue who we are. Reverse standing next to Santa Claus a funeral yes. Yet there to think that that some of the show is educational it's only is pretty flat well we trot. And thanks everybody coming out what I'm I'm literally it was pretty cool to at the end of the night we met a couple. Who came up to listen simply enlisting new first three or four months we all thank you. It novelist Dominick have been huge in PR guy for twenty years. Got sick of it and he came over to us and found us few months ago money's a big fan now. You got made big switch there now so I was I was very nice to meet those folks I'm reasonably sure we're going to be doing this again next year. And it will be the eighth annual or capital chorus Christmas radio hour and again if you wanna hear at 8 o'clock. Christmas morning right here on K units and 742 Stephen did give their sports editor bill Roy of the Wichita business journal. Which the City Council decides to move forward. With new development in the plain old neighborhood seem to get in the morning on K and assessed.
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