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Nitwit News – November 26
Nitwit News – November 26

In Memphis, Tennessee, Leon Sheppard Sr. passed away, leaving his entire estate to his two cats. It includes a 4,000-square-foot house and $250,000 for the two felines, named Frisco and Jake. Sheppard’s will outlines that the money is to care for his cats and the maintenance of the home. Sheppard’s human relatives may eventually get the home and money after the cats die.

A home in Michigan was apparently broken into twice in one weekend. Copper pipes, the furnace and the water heater were stolen. Also taken were a blender, crock pot and other electronics. The home had an alarm system, but that was also stolen.

Interviews & Bits

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Willie Waffle Reviews 4 Movies

Willie Waffle reviews the final Hobbit film, Annie, Wild, and the latest Night at the Museum.

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Sgt. Bruce and Giving Cops Gifts

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Randy Houser talks turkey with Ho Co

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