Monday June 4, 2018

Show Notes for Monday June 4, 2018

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"Wealth is not about having a lot of money; it's about having a lot of options." --Chris Rock

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Blackwater River in Milton, Florida ….. PRISON

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A Florida woman allegedly driving while intoxicated defended herself by telling arresting officers that “Jesus drank wine and so did I.” Deputies say they found 45-year-old Nicole Ann Mintner asleep at the wheel inside a silver Dodge with her hazard lights activated and engine running in Sumter County, Florida.During police interviews, Mintner reportedly refused to take off her sunglasses and slapped an officer twice on the shoulder. She told officers that she had taken Xanax then later admitted to drinking alcohol after four empty sangria bottles were found in her center console. When they arrived at the jail, officers attempted to perform field sobriety tests on Minter but she kept talking over them and began singing “Amazing Grace.” She also reportedly threw her socks at a camera recording the tests and exposed herself to the officers. She was booked on charges of driving under the influence, battery on a law enforcement officer, and resisting an officer. (

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Morgan Freeman's lawyer has asked CNN to retract its report about sexual misconduct allegations against the actor. (
Top Chef’s Gail Simmons welcomed her second child, a boy. (

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One day a security screening could include analyzing the way you walk. Researchers looked at the walking patterns of over 120 people say artificial intelligence has been created that can identify you simply by watching you stroll. In theory, analyzing your walking style could replace fingerprints or retinal scans for security screening.

A guy in the UK was shocked to find the world’s biggest ever cornflake in his cereal, measuring a gigantic six inches. Hinay Lad initially thought a piece of ceiling had fallen into his bowl of cereal when he first saw the giant flake. He added: “It felt like a rock. If you tried bending it, it wouldn’t break. That’s why we thought it was a bit of ceiling.”  IMAGE
With summer arriving and 52% of Americans reporting having unused vacation days last year, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst Cities for Staycations.

To identify the best spots for staying local, WalletHub compared more than 180 cities across 40 key indicators of a fun-filled yet wallet-friendly staycation. The data ranges from movie and bowling costs to spas and wellness centers per capita to cost of house-cleaning services.
Best for Staycations Worst for Staycations1Orlando, FL              173Lubbock, TX
2Honolulu, HI             174Warwick, RI
3Chicago, IL               175Aurora, IL
4Seattle, WA              176Anaheim, CA
5Portland, OR            177Nashua, NH
6Tampa, FL                178Yonkers, NY
7Las Vegas, NV         179Fremont, CA
8San Francisco, CA   180San Bernardino, CA
9San Diego, CA         181Bridgeport, CT
10Charleston, SC      182Oxnard, CA 

Best vs. Worst
  • North Las Vegas, Nev. has the most zoos & aquariums (per square root of population), 0.0187, 62.3 times more than in New York, the city with the fewest at 0.0003.
  • Portland, Maine has the most parks (per square root of population), 1.2937, 22.4 times more than in Hialeah, Fla., the city with the fewest at 0.0577.
  • Chicago has the most tennis courts (per square root of population), 0.3235, 25.7 times more than in Gilbert, Ariz., the city with the fewest at 0.0126.
  • South Burlington, Vt. has the lowest cost of house-cleaning services, $103, 5.2 times less expensive than in St. Paul, Minn., the city with the highest at $539.
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If you were to spell out numbers, you would you have to go until 1,000 until you would find the letter A.

Montpelier, VT is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds.

The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Sybaritic (SIH-buh-RIH-tik)
-Fond of sensuous luxury or opulent pleasure; self-indulgent.
-Hedonistic, debauched, libertine.

From sybarite - denoting an inhabitant of Sybaris, an ancient Greek city noted for luxury: via Latin from Greek Subarit─ôs. Mid 16th century.

Used in a sentence:
“Seeming never to have heard of the French Revolution, their sybaritic lifestyle continued unabated until, inevitably, history was repeated.” 

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Police reported that an enraged woman named Jamie Gammel tried to rip her boyfriend’s testicles off during an argument and subsequent physical altercation. The 39-year-old woman is accused of seriously injuring her unnamed partner, with a police report saying she “did attempt to remove the victim’s testicles from his body during a physical altercation.” The row took place in Canton, Ohio and left the man requiring hospital treatment. Police have not elaborated on whether Gammel used a weapon during the alleged assault, but say that she also slapped her alleged victim in the face. Gammel, who has been charged with felony assault and misdemeanor domestic violence, is currently being held in Stark County Jail. Cops said they have attended her home on numerous occasions in the last year, and that at least ten reports have been filed. (

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Authorities say a Springfield, Ohio homeowner trying to kill troublesome weeds with a torch has accidentally burned down his garage. The Springfield News-Sun reports Springfield Township firefighters in central Ohio were called to a home around 4:00 a.m. for a detached garage engulfed in flames. Fire officials learned the man had been trying to eliminate weeds around the garage. They’re calling the blaze an accident. The destroyed garage held tools and appliances. Fire officials estimate the loss at between $10,000 and $15,000.  (

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A Florida woman said she read on the internet that she could leave her 
children home alone. So, she decided to leave her two young children 
in the house while dropping another child off at school and then going 
out to get a haircut. According to a report from the Okaloosa County 
Sheriff’s Office, a neighbor found the woman’s dogs running loose in 
the neighborhood, captured them, and took them home. When she 
knocked on the door, a child answered and let the dogs inside. The 
neighbor asked the child if his mother was home, and he said she 
was not. The neighbor called 9-1-1 to report the child was home 
unsupervised. A deputy reported to the house and when the mother 
returned he asked her why she left the kids home alone. The woman 
said she read on the internet that Florida doesn’t have a law limiting 
the age a child can be left alone. The woman was then charged with 
two counts of felony child neglect. (

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