Saturday June 9 & Sunday June 10, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday June 9 & Sunday June 10, 2018

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"I often hear from new graduates that it's better to wait until you have more experience ... but I'm a big believer in the power of inexperience. It was the greatest asset I had when I started TFA. If I had known at the outset how hard it was going to be, I might never have started. The world needs you before you stop asking naïve questions and while you have the time to understand the true nature of the complex problems we face and take them on." --Wendy Kopp, Boston University, 2013

"To understand the heart and mind of a person, look not at what he has already achieved, but at what he aspires to do." --Kahlil Gibran

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The owner of a Colorado bar where a man was hit in the leg when an FBI agent’s gun accidentally went off on the dance floor announced that the man will receive free drinks for life.

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Police say that an Oregon man on drugs stole a car in front of deputies and
thought he was in a real-life version of the video game “Grand Theft Auto” when he led authorities on a forty-mile chase. 23-year-old Anthony Clark told police he had taken LSD when he got into a Toyota Camry that two Jackson County deputies were waiting to tow after an unrelated DUI stop. The sheriff’s office said Clark sped through multiple towns, crashed through a fence, ran over spike strips twice, and drove down several roads the wrong way. Clark was arrested after ramming into another police cruiser, fleeing into a mobile home park, and trying to steal another vehicle. Clark admitted to taking drugs and hallucinating while he was being interviewed by officers. The man is facing a bevy of charges from three different law enforcement agencies. (

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A trailer for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part has been released. The movie comes out February 8.

Val Kilmer will star opposite Tom Cruise in the Top Gun: Maverick. Kilmer will join Cruise in the sequel to the 1986 action blockbuster, in which Cruise’s aviator Pete “Maverick” Mitchell is now a mentor to a new generation of U.S. Navy fighter pilots. Kilmer played Tom “Iceman” Kazansky and Cruise’s chief rival in the original film. Top Gun: Maverick will hit theaters July 12, 2019. 

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The family of the late Chris Farley has filed a lawsuit against a bicycle company for naming its new fat tire the Farley.

Jet Blue is cracking down on emotional support animals, only allowing people to bring cats, dogs or small ponies on board for emotional support. They also are requiring three kinds of paperwork for people flying with an emotional support animal — including a note from a mental health professional, proof of a check-up from a veterinarian for the animal and a form that says the animal owner attests that the animal is fully trained.

For the seventh year in a row, Hong Kong has been named the most expensive housing market. Even a parking space in Hong Kong is expensive. One just sold for $760,000.

A woman in China got two surprises from police on her birthday last week — an arrest and a birthday cake. Police had taken the woman into custody on charges of manufacturing and sales of counterfeit products. When police learned it was the woman’s 45th birthday they got her a cake.

Russian journalist and critic of the Kremlin, reported to have been shot dead in Ukraine, showed up alive at a press conference on Wednesday to declare that his murder was faked by Ukrainian security services in an effort to foil an assassination plot against him. (

A survey reveals what many fathers have been saying for years: Dads do, in fact, get slighted on Father’s Day. The study reports that 86% of Americans shell out more money on Mother’s Day than they do on Father’s Day.

The first 10 women in Saudi Arabia were granted their driver’s license on Monday.

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Retrouvaille (reh-troo-VAY)
-The happiness of meeting again after a long time.

From French “retrouver” - to find again, to rediscover. From “trouver” - to find.

Used in a sentence:
“Upon encountering Gladys at the market, Basil was so overcome with retrouvaille that he decided to tip his hat and smile.” 

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A car salesman at a League City auto dealership is suing his former co-worker and the dealership’s parent company after he claims he faced a number of abuses -- including intentional flatulence and pinched nipples -- for more than a year. Brett Bland, who is filing the lawsuit against Jeremy Pratt and CT Motors, Inc., contends in the lawsuit that Pratt’s behavior included “constant taunting, inappropriate banter, and making extremely crass, vulgar and rude comments to or at the expense of (Bland),” creating a “sexually hostile environment” at work and on social media. Among other things, Bland claims Pratt “reinforced dominance over his subordinates by regularly entering their enclosed offices, intentionally passing gas, and then laughing as they were forced to breathe soiled air.” (

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Maine authorities say a South Portland man set his kitchen on fire in an attempt to force his roommate to move out, which led to his arrest. City and state officials said that police and firefighters responded to the South Portland home to investigate a reported fire Sunday night. The Portland Press Herald reports the 52-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with arson on Monday. Fire Marshal’s Office spokesman Sgt. Ken Grimes reports the man lit a small fire on his kitchen table in an effort to force his roommate to move out. The roommate fled the house during the fire and was unharmed. (

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A priest was charged with DUI after hitting three parked cars in the 
Church parking lot on the way to mass 

A cop was caught trying to pawn the guns he was given to teach a 
concealed weapons class.

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