Craigslist is infamous for its bizarre personal ads and none get crazier than the "Missed Connections" section.

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The idea behind Missed Connections is that you can have a flirty encounter with someone, miss your chance to ask for their phone number and use Missed Connections to find them and get another chance at love.

There is nothing more frustrating than having an electric moment with a stranger in public, panicking and not shooting your shot so Craigslist provides a valuable service.

I'm just not sure how often this has actually worked, the math is against you. What are the real chances that the person you met thinks to check Craigslist, finds your ad and reaches out? It has to be slim odds to say the least but it does not stop people from trying like this guy who posted an entry posted a month ago out of Poughkeepsie that reads:

"Was in there tonight you forgot one of my turkey clubs. Hit me back if your interested." 


I think we can safely assume that the person who placed the ad is seeking someone who works at the Palace Diner otherwise why are they handling or forgetting your turkey club? But, my real question is, are you looking for a date or a sandwich?

If you meant to place a review on your missing turkey club, there are places like Yelp for that. Also who is ordering multiple turkey clubs? A turkey club is what you choke down when you are trying to be healthy or while attending a gender reveal party. It's not what you purchase at a diner with unlimited choices, certainly not a multitude of them. How many did this dude have to buy for them to forget one?

"Hit me back if you are interested." 

Interested in what? Replacing the sandwich or getting nude and rude? So many questions, little time. I wish this guy all the best, despite his lack of clarity I am rooting for him to find what he is looking for, love, a sandwich, whatever.

Inside the Premier Party for the Danbury Trashers Netflix Documentary

My name is Lou Milano, I am the co-host of the Ethan and Lou Morning Show on I-95. Recently, I attended the local premier of the Netflix film "Untold: Crime & Penalties" about the Danbury Trashers. The Trashers were a United Hockey League team that were around for a short time in the 2000' s in Western, CT but the team and ownership left a lasting impact.

The premier was open to the public and would take place inside the building where the Trashers played hockey, the Danbury Ice Arena. I decided to watch the movie at my house before going to the event. I wanted to use the time at the arena to interview the people in the film, and give an inside look into the night. This was my night out, with the cast of the film and the Trashers. 

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13 Dead Giveaways That You're Not From the Danbury Area

There is no great way to do this without laying out the boundaries. For the purposes of getting eyeballs on it, I said "Danbury Area" but we all know that this extends beyond. This is an odd place, and we all have a lot in common that we don't talk about because it's pointless to.

So, this list is for Danbury, Brookfield, Bethel, Ridgefield, Newtown, New Milford, New Fairfield, Brewster, Mahopac, Carmel, Somers and I guess we will include North Salem but only if you promise not to get cute with me. 

Being from the Greater Danbury Area means a lot of things and we can all identify them without having to ask too many questions or probe too deep. We can spot an outsider from a mile away. If you are attempting to blend, good luck and beware of the following.

These are 13 Dead Giveaways That You're Not From the Greater-Danbury Area.

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