Hot Takes: March 12th

Jordan

Joan MacDonald has a great motto: “You can’t turn back the clock, but you can wind it up again!” She’s a 73-year old body building influencer with over 500,000 Instagram followers! Hot Take: I read this story just after eating a huge bowl of ice cream last night!

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Blanchette Bridge delays continue! Expect another weekend of delays and lane switches in St Charles County. MoDOT said the work is expected to be finished by November. Hot Take: If they can build Coronavirus hospitals in 48 hours in China, they can fix the Blanchette Bridge before November!

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Kristie

Yesterday you might have noticed a strong smell in STL mixing with a bunch of haze. This was caused by pollution build up and a recycling warehouse fire in Madison Illinois. HOT TAKE: Our pollution wouldn't be so bad if our public transportation wasn't so scary, will I take the metro by myself at 3 am?? Absolutely not. 

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Prince Harry was tricked into discussing royal life during a prank phone call where he thought he was talking to greta thunberg. He even said, “. "Sometimes the right decision isn't always the easy one, but it was the right decision for our family. I think there's a hell of a lot of people around the world that can identify and respect us for putting our family first. It's a tricky one, but we will start a new life," No one from the royal family has confirmed this happened but these pranksters have pranked Bernie sanders and Elton john so it is believable. HOT TAKE: Shouldn’t prince harry have caller ID by now??

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MiKeith

2020 NCAA tournament “March Madness” games to be played without fans due to the coronavirus Hot Take better safe than sorry

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Starting in April Chick-Fil-A will start selling bottles of its signature sauce in Florida only Hot Take That’s good, but open on Sundays would be better!

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