‘Something for Stevie’

November 28, 2019

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Land Line Now, Nov. 28, 2019.

It’s the Land Line Now annual Thanksgiving tradition, featuring the short story “Something for Stevie,” a piece of fiction about truckers’ generosity.

Something for Stevie
Abandoned truck stop signs on highway roadside.

I. Today’s news with Terry Scruton

Just because it’s a holiday doesn’t mean the news stops. Terry has a wrap-up of recent events.


II. ‘Something for Stevie’

It’s time for our annual Thanksgiving gift to truckers – Land Line Now’s radio theater version of a short story about truckers, “Something for Stevie” by author Dan Anderson. Also, we’ll hear from the author about what inspired him to write the story.


III. Top five truck upgrades

Truck drivers take who take pride in their ride are always making changes to improve the look and function of their rigs. We’ll offer a look at the top five.


IV. California’s contractor change spreading

More states may follow California in re-defining who is or is not an independent contractor – and New Jersey is among them. We’ll explain what is known about the measure.


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