What's it like to be addicted to heroin and any other drug that would give you a similar escape?
Is skateboarding making a resurgence, or has it never went away?
If someone challenged you to place your right hand on your cell phone and vow to never text and drive again, would you stick to it?
If you had a terminal illness, would you want your partner to find true love, again, without you? Really?
And do you know what a leprechaun really is? Or why people kiss the Blarney stone?
On today's Casual Fridays radio show, all these questions - and many more - were answered.
Our guests include: Herb Stepherson, author of “Junkbox Diaries: A Day in the Life of a Heroin Addict”; Josh Seabrook, a U.S. Army veteran who returned from war to return to his life, including being co-owner of Warped Sportz, a skateboard shop that just relocated to Crown Point; and John Zaboyan, a 78-year-old Crown Point man who has a personal challenge for Lakeshore listeners, especially those of you driving while listening to our show. We wonder if you will – or can – accept his challenge.