Friday May 11, 2018

Show Notes for Friday May 11, 2018
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"The last 10 percent it takes to launch something takes as much energy as the first 90 percent."--Rob Kalin

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An upstart cannabis company has partnered with a Canadian university to 
produce what it says will be the world’s first beer made from the mind-altering 
drug. Province Brands of Canada was awarded $233,000 from the Ontario 
government to create a brew that is safer than alcohol. 

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Brian Zielinski of Knoxville, Tennessee faces charges after a search yielded a super-glue huffing stash. Multiple people flagged down an officer in Market Square to report “odd behavior” by a man, who turned out to be Zielinski. According to police, he refused to stop walking away when he was approached by officers. The reporting officer noted that Zielinski was “talking incoherently and appeared to be under the influence of some type of inhalant.” Authorities said a search yielded two bottles of super glue in his front pants pocket and a sunglasses case containing small light bulbs with a straw attached to the end of the bulb. Zielinski allegedly told investigators the stash of supplies was for huffing glue. Officers also reported finding a small electronic scale with a crystal-like residue in his bag. After being placed in handcuffs, Zielinski allegedly tried running away and was restrained on the ground. He has been charged with disorderly conduct, evading arrest, and inhale and possess intoxicants for unlawful purposes. ( & (

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Comedian Ken Jeong, who is also a licensed physician, jumped off stage to give medical care to a woman who was having a seizure during his show in Phoenix.  (

Tonya Harding was expected to be eliminated going into Monday episode of Dancing With The Stars. (

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A Penthouse apartment has gone up for sale in New York City for $85 million dollars. The buyer also gets a Rolls-Royce and a trip to space aboard the first Virgin Galactic Commercial Flight in 2022.(

A Carnival Cruise Ship was flooded in the Western Caribbean on Saturday after its fire prevention system malfunctioned and dispensed water everywhere. (

A Bloomberg study found that the elderly are losing over $37 billion a year to fraud. (
A Rasmussen poll found that 46% of Americans are in favor of getting a guaranteed salary from the Government. (

A video has gone viral of a cow chasing a sheriff’s deputy at the scene of a car accident. None of the drivers were charged in the accident. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Lexiphanicism (LEX-ih-FAN-ih-siz-im)

A description I rather proudly embrace...insert sly winky face...

-The use of excessively learned and bombastic vocabulary or phraseology in a pretentious and showy fashion.
-An instance or example of such vocabulary or phraseology.
-The habit of using a pompous or turgid style in speaking or writing.
-The use of pretentious words, language, or style.

Adjective form: Lexiphanic.

From “Lexiphanes”, (a character in Lexiphanes by Lucian)
From Greek lexikos "pertaining to words”
“-phane” word-forming element meaning "having the appearance of," from Greek -phanes, from phainein "to show," phainesthai "to appear”

Used in a sentence:
“Thanks to the tutelage of Grandiloquent Word of the Day, my lexiphanicism has far exceeded even my greatest aspirations.”

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Authorities said that a Denver woman was cited Thursday for allegedly causing damage to a 7-Eleven store's microwave oven when she tried to heat a urine sample. A store clerk reported seeing 26-year-old Angelique Sanchez place something in the Aurora, Colorado microwave before hearing a “loud bang” seconds later. The clerk reportedly told Sanchez to clean up the mess or she would alert police. Sanchez then “wiped out the microwave onto the floor” with napkins and left. The clerk then called police and told them she noticed “yellow liquid dripping from the microwave and the smell was unquestionably urine.”
Police later found Sanchez about a half-mile away, at a health clinic where she was waiting to undergo a physical exam and urinalysis for a potential job. The officer said he issued Sanchez a summons for damaged property after informing her that the microwave is worth $500.  (

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42-year-old Kenilworth School District Superintendent Thomas Tramaglini has been charged with pooping on the Holmdel, New Jersey school track. The Holmdel High School track team wanted to know was who was pooping either on or near the track and football field. Students and coaches said they would find human feces on an almost daily basis. The Holmdel school resource officer was alerted to the problem, and started quietly monitoring the area every morning. Tramaglini, a Matawan resident, was arrested and charged with the bizarre crime. He was charged with lewdness, littering, and defecating in public. According to he was arrested at 5:50 a.m. this past Monday, April 30. His home is only a few miles away from the high school. Tramaglini was due in Holmdel municipal court May 7th to answer to the charges, but that date has been pushed back and rescheduled. His case has officially been rescheduled to May 30 at 10:00 a.m. (

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A teacher was arrested for public intoxication after making a 14-year-old 
student drive her to Waffle House

An on duty cop was busted for DUI after pulling over an Ice Cream 
Truck and demanding a chipwich 
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Comedian Ken Jeong, who is also a licensed physician, jumped off stage to give medical care to a woman who was having a seizure during his show in Phoenix. LINK TO STORY