AUDIO: No More CHOCOLATE?!

January 10, 2018
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We did it! We played 2018 songs (and then some) in a row. Now we're back and ready to make some more Morning Show gold!

Let's start with the important stuff. Chocolate. Sweet, delightful chocolate. Nothing like it in the world. We have to appreciate it, while we can. A new report indicates that rising temperatures could make the rainforests too hot and dry for the magical, but finicky cocoa plant. THey don't really have any other places to go, at least in the wild, so that means chocolate could be on it's way out! Start stashing those candy bars now.

If you're handing over your credit card at the chocolate shop, you're not alone. According to a new report, Americans have more credit card debt than ever before. THis casual debt has hit a record total of over $1 trillion! Some experts beleive unnecessary purchases are to blame. 

One thing we don't deem unnecessary here in Denver is a generous tip. According to a Zagat survey, diners in Denver leave an average 19.5 percent tip! THat the second highest of any city in the country. The people of Philadelphia are slightly more generous, they leave an average 20.3 percent tip. 

Michelle WIlliams and some of the cast and crew of All the Money in the World weren't seeing much generosity during the film's reshoots. Back in November, Director Ridley Scott claimed no one was paid for the reshoots, saying  “all of them, everyone did it for nothing. They all came in free.” Turns out, that wasn't exactly true. Mark Wahlberg, who also stars in the film, was paid $1.5 million for his additional time. Michelle Williams took home just $80 a day, which totaled nowhere near Wahlberg's paycheck.

Mike and Allie have a lot to say, and they've been waiting for 2018 songs to say it!

Where's My Chocolate?

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