Thursday, August 23, 2018

posted by Scott Fitzgerald - 

Cute or creepy??  A restaurant in Taiwan is serving ice cream in the shape of puppies.  Ummmmm......

Mayor Fischer has issued a proclamation declaring Navy Week in Louisville this week!  Joining Tony Cruise are crew members of the nuclear submarine USS KENTUCKY (SSBN 737).

Metro Council is scheduled to meet tonight.  What's on the agenda?  Tony chats with President David James.

On the heels of the Manafort conviction, more misuse of campaign funds? How will this effect voter influence in upcoming elections? A solid Republican Congressional seat is now up for grabs.  Will recent abuses have an influence?

When Czech entrepreneur Robert Hasek began jogging with his dog, Darwin, the three-mile runs were making the bull terrier sick with fatigue. Hasek was surprised, thinking his dog led a healthy lifestyle. To solve the mystery, he strapped a Fitbit to Darwin and discovered he was actually only active in his presence. Otherwise, Hasek said, "he is lying, sleeping and doing nothing. He's lazy!" The businessman sensed an opportunity and developed one of the world's first dog fitness trackers. His product is part of a growing industry of gadgets for pets that includes GPS trackers, automatic feeders, ball throwing machines for dogs to fetch, and self-cleaning litter boxes for cats. People in the U.S. will spend $72.1 billion this year on pet products and care, up 3.6 percent on the year in an industry that has grown steadily since the mid-90's, according to the American Pet Products Association. Worldwide spending in 2017 was $109 billion dollars, according to Euromonitor International. Two years later, production and sales of the Actijoy fitness trackers have begun, with one unit costing about $300. On top of the GPS tracking device that a variety of pet collars already offer, it tracks the intensity of the dog's activity and comes with an internet-connected bowl that monitors food and water consumption. It faces competition from a range of products, like "The Wagz," which touts its ability to record and stream HD video from the collar. It sells for $495.

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