Tuesday May 1, 2018

Show Notes for Tuesday May 1, 2018
TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY!!! (A special thank you to NationalDayCalendar.com)

"Like the wind that carries one ship east and another west, the law of autosuggestion will lift you up or pull you down according to the way that you set your sails of thought." --Napoleon Hill

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A new report claims that White House doctor Ronnie Jackson frequently got drunk during overseas trips and handed out pills like they were candy. (

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Kenneth Evans was arrested and charged with domestic violence for allegedly attacking a woman with a pizza while intoxicated. The alleged victim told the responding officers that the incident began inside her car as she was driving the intoxicated Evans home. She said Evans was screaming at her and repeatedly pushed her head while she was driving. At one point, Evans hit the woman in the face with a pizza. Later, he punched the dashboard repeatedly and kicked the door when exiting the car. Police said the woman suffered an “apparent minor injury.” Later, he tried to fight the neighbor, threw tires into the roadway, and smashed a mailbox. Inside, he flipped the couch and continued screaming and throwing things. Evans was then taken into custody and “continued his belligerent behavior and mood swings” while being booked at the police department. He is charged with assault and criminal damage or endangering.

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Nickelodeon has announced a reboot of the popular game show “Double Dare” which ran from 1986 to 1993.

Charlie Rose is reportedly going to star in a #MeToo redemption show where he will interview other disgraced men who’ve been fired for sexual misconduct.

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A recent Environmental Working Group study found that 97% of spinach samples contained pesticide residues. (https://goo.gl/eXxuvs
A new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows that amid strikes, Americans overwhelmingly back teacher pay raises.  
Police have launched an investigation after a camera was discovered last week inside of a Starbucks restroom in an Atlanta suburb. (
After logging enough miles to hike around the world more than four times, Penn State has decided it's too risky for the campus Outing Club to go on student-led outings and will no longer allow them. (
A new survey finds that 42% of Americans will retire broke.

Police in Berlin, Germany, confiscated an air raid siren which a 73-year-old man used to stun his wife into submission. The man said he occasionally sounded the siren because "my wife never lets me get a word in." In response, his wife said she sometimes had to yell to get his attention because "my husband is a stubborn mule so I have to get loud."

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Ostriches stick their heads in the sand to look for water.
In a study of 200,000 ostriches over a period of 80 years there were no reported cases of an ostrich burying its head in the sand.

It's possible to lead a cow upstairs, but not downstairs.

The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Valetudinarian (VAL-ih-TYOOD-ihNAIR-ee-yun)
-A person who is unduly anxious about their health.
-A person suffering from poor health.
-Showing undue concern about one's health.

From early 18th century: from Latin valetudinarius 'in ill health' (from valetudo 'health', from valere 'be well') + -an.

Used in a sentence:
“She's such a whiny valetudinarian."
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A Connecticut man police say was wanted for biting off another person’s earlobe and swallowing it during a drunken brawl in 2013 has been arrested again for what officials describe as another alcohol-fueled fight. Stamford police say they responded to reports of a disturbance at an apartment. A victim at the apartment said 33-year-old Lajuj Emiliano and a 17-year-old boy attacked him after they ran out of beer. Officers later realized the 33-year-old Emiliano was also Emilio Mendoza, wanted for skipping a court date to face an assault charge in the ear-biting incident. Emiliano was charged with failing to appear in court and held on $150,000 bond. His case wasn’t listed in online court records and it wasn’t clear if he had a lawyer. (https://goo.gl/fRB7mR)

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A Georgia native was arrested after robbing a Jacksonville, Florida bank and then robbing a Walgreens Pharmacy a short while later. 22-year-old Paul Fouriezos reportedly robbed Wood Forest National Bank in Jacksonville and then hopped into an orange taxi. Police reported that, a short time later, a Walgreens location was also robbed. The suspect demanded drugs and syringes from the pharmacy. Fouriezos was later arrested across the street from Walgreens. Police said his clothing matched the suspect description for both incidents and the backpack he was carrying contained money identified from the bank robbery. Fouriezos was charged with two counts of robbery.

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