Recently singer Tony Bennett, whom the New York Times labelled as “Jazzy Crooner of the American Songbook”, succumbed to the ravages of Alzheimer’s. Despite being diagnosed with the disease in 2016 he could amazingly still remember song lyrics even as the disease ravaged his mind. Including winning another Grammy Award in 2021 with Lady Gaga for their album Love for Sale. Kim Baker, President, and CEO of Kentucky Performing Arts, discusses this amazing feat of Tony remembering lyrics despite fading memories. Pensions have become a thing of the past. Getting a gold watch at retirement is long gone as employees are now responsible for their retirement plans. Willie Jones, from DPL Financial Partners, returns to discuss how annuities and other products can help protect while providing income for life. Episode concludes with the evolutionary funk of primitive to modern men and women. Anthropologists suggest reeking may have saved them from being eaten by predators as strong odors clung to humans. Various remedies were created by the Egyptians, Ancient Greeks, Romans, and through the Middle Ages of Europe. All in vain until 1888 when Edna Murphey, a U.S. inventor created an amazing product in Philadelphia, PA. While effectively combating the Dog Days of Summer it eventually began growing into a multi-billion-dollar industry with the introduction of an aerosol brand in the mid-1950s.