Weekend - April 21 & 22, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday April 21, 2018 & Sunday April 22, 2018

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY!!! (A special thank you to NationalDayCalendar.com)

April 21st

  • National Yellow Bat Day
  • National Chocolate Covered Cashews Day
  • National Kindergarten Day
  • National Auctioneers Day – Third Saturday in April
  • National Record Store Day – Third Saturday in April

April 22nd

  • National Earth Day
  • National Girl Scout Leader’s Day
  • National Jelly Bean Day

"Even if you're on the right track, you'll get run over if you just sit there."--Will Rogers

"The hardest thing to do is to be true to yourself, especially when everybody is watching." --Dave Chappelle

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Talk about having a crappy night. A man in Parkland, Washington was not only busted for drunken driving, but also found himself covered in dog poop while trying to hide from police. The ordeal began when a man called 9-1-1 to report a car was running red lights, driving erratically, and nearly crashing into several cars near the Brookdale area. About eight minutes later, a woman called 9-1-1 to report someone had driven through their gate and onto their 20-acre field. The driver had run from the car but by the time deputies arrived he was back inside the front seat -- passed out and covered in dog poop. The homeowner stated that after the man crashed his car on their farm he ran out, jumped over a fence, and tried to hide in a large container. It turns out these homeowners are dog breeders and that container is where they keep their dog poop. The drunk driver reportedly got out of the container and passed out in his car, which is where cops found him covered in the dog poop.

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Kim Zolciak-Biermann says that she will never appear on The Real Housewives of Atlanta again.

Hilary Swank snapped a selfie with fan pretending to be her doppelganger.

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Tuesday, the IRS online payment site went down.

Are you the kind who worries about the gasoline you burn, the paper towels you throw out, the small appliances that a burning electricity? For some, being green has taken over their life. Things have gotten so bad for them, they suffer from eco-anxiety.

More facial recognition equipment had been installed in public toilets in China. I told you about these awhile back — each person scanning their face receives 15 inches of toilet paper from a dispenser. The idea is to stop each user taking too much TP — and crack down on theft of paper. Sensors in toilet cubicles will also issue an alert to an attendant if somebody has been inside for more than 10 minutes.

A new study finds the average American utters their first curse word of the day at 10:54 AM.

A Malaysian cop was arrested after he allegedly broke into a Mercedes Benz to steal it but then dozed off on its luxurious seat.

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In a recent survey, Americans revealed that banana was their favorite smell.

The two-foot long bird called a Kea that lives in New Zealand likes to eat the strips of rubber around car windows.

The Grandiloquent Word of the Day


Garbist (GARB-ist)
-One who is adept at engaging in polite behavior; an expert in etiquette.

From French “garbe” (grace & elegance) from Old High German “garbe” (preparation & adornment). 1640 

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This one isn’t a crime but it sure is weird: A Pennsylvania school district said it will arm its teachers with baseball bats in response to the Parkland, Florida school shooting. The Millcreek school district organized a training day on how to respond to a potential shooting and the baseball bats were handed out to each teacher. The district paid $1,800 for the bats. William Hall, who is the district’s superintendent, told the paper that the bats were primarily symbolic, but a “last resort,” and “an option and something we want people to be aware of.” Hall said the district also conducted an online survey to gauge feelings on arming teachers with guns in the classroom. He told the paper that “70 percent to 30 percent” would favor the move, but the district is “not really actively planning that right now.” (https://goo.gl/1fKm6E)

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25-year old Xavier Inocencio Moran of Palm Beach, Florida was arrested after his own dashboard camera showed him committing burglary. Moran is accused of using a baseball bat to first break into Sally’s Beauty Supply in Royal Palm Beach and then on a safe in order to attempt entry. More than three hours after the burglary Moran was involved in a car crash. He told a Palm Beach County sheriff’s deputy that he was cut off by another driver and could prove it through his dashboard camera. While reviewing the video footage, the deputy observed Moran’s 2014 Nissan backing into a parking space in front of the Sally’s Beauty Supply store. The video then shows Moran taking a bat from the car’s trunk and breaking the glass door leading into the business. (https://goo.gl/y3S3j6)

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A man told police the cocaine they found in his buttocks wasn’t his.
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FFA members package 69,336 meals during Living to Serve Day

(Bath, SD) – April 19, 2018–   The blue corduroy jacket is a familiar symbol of the FFA organization, worn as part of official dress during most FFA activities. On April 16th at the South Dakota FFA convention in Brookings, as part of a SD FFA Living to Serve Day, members removed their jackets and rolled up their sleeves to help stop hunger.
Grants from DuPont Pioneer, Farm Credit Services of America and the National FFA made this project possible, and also provided t-shirts for participating students. This service project exemplified the portion of the FFA motto which states “Living to Serve” by teaming up with industry to fund a Meals of Hope, hands on project that combats hunger.  SD FFA members and DuPont Pioneer staff measured, poured, sealed and boxed 69,336 meals in assembly line fashion throughout the day-long event. Members stopped in between workshops and competitive events throughout convention and left the event knowing that by giving a few minutes of their time they would make a significant difference in the life of a person less fortunate then themselves. 
For less than $.25/meal, Meals of Hope food packages include a comforting bowl of Macaroni and Cheese (fortified with soy protein and 21 vitamins and minerals).  The 69,336 meals will be distributed across SD through Feeding South Dakota.  Meals of Hope recognizes the need to start with charity at home, and focus on offering more than nutrition, providing a bit of hope to carry those in need through another day. 
      “The FFA organization believes strongly in the fourth line of the FFA Motto "Living to Serve", which is why we are very excited to receive grants from DuPont Pioneer, Farm Credit Services of America and the National FFA as well as day of event manpower assistance and interaction from DuPont Pioneer staff,” says Sandy Osterday, SD FFA Foundation President.  Osterday shares, “The past few years we have incorporated a community service event into our annual South Dakota FFA state convention. The event gives students the opportunity to work together with FFA members from across the state to make items that will help those in need, the grants allowed us to surpass our goal and have our most successful event since we started the Day of Service project. Knowing we are helping those in need across our state is a great feeling.”
The SD FFA Foundation is proud to support Agricultural Education and the FFA's mission to make a difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadershippersonal growth and career success through agricultural education.   For more information about the South Dakota FFA Foundation and South Dakota's FFA programs, visit www.sdffafoundation.org or follow us on Facebook.