During his weekly visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick once again seized the opportunity to scare the living bejeezus out of us with tales of diabolical ravens, manipulative octopuses, goats with jackhammers, independent civilizations of pigeons, and an uninhabitable earth by 2100. Happy Friday!
Bill McCormick gave us a holler from the World News Center for a lengthy yet lively chat about Barnes and Noble wiping out literature on behalf of Target, as well as catching us up on the newest superhero shows.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in to talk about a new trigonometric discovery, the controversial reboot of Hellboy, and more Ghost In The Shell nonsense. Plus: Teen Titans, Ben Affleck is still Batman, special movie screenings, and Drunk Thor.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center again decided to make us all curl up and hide with news of carnivorous monkeys playing rock-paper-scissors to learn how to take over the planet. Plus: funny stuff about cannibalism, science taken out of context, a genius-level octopus and chimps splitting the atom.
World News Center Bureau Chief Bill McCormick called in for a lively discussion on a new technology that has some people pondering the repercussions of custom-made babies. Plus: underwhelming big-budget 6th grade green screen special effects, 3 awesome minutes of telepathic CGI dogs, and The Emoji Movie vs. Wreck-It-Ralph.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in to calm everyone down regarding teleporting Chinese photons and their potential use for evil. Plus: quantum entangled baseballs, cats renting apartments, becoming Rick Dees, and the lifesaving power of EDM.
On this week’s segment from the World News Center, Bill McCormick assures a listener’s friend she is not an idiot and shares the latest information on warp drive technology and practical applications. Plus: Time-hopping waffles, space travel conspiracy theories, and intergalactic in-flight entertainment.
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in to chat about Dwayne Johnson in Shazam, yet another Spider-Man movie, and why he hopes we don’t see a found footage superhero horror movie. Plus: more great news on MS research and other things that made this segment “really gooder.”
Bill McCormick from the World News Center called in with a Battle of the Garage Bands update, and then discussed a cure for MS and more advances against Alzheimer’s.
World News Center bureau chief Bill McCormick called in to shoot down rumors of emphysema, explain the history of lavender, and the status of renewable energy around the world in the wake of the Paris Climate Agreement withdrawal.