Saturday July 28 & Sunday July 29, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday July 28 & Sunday July 29, 2018
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July 28th
National Waterpark Day
National Milk Chocolate Day
Buffalo Soldiers Day
National Day of the Cowboy – Fourth Saturday in July
National Dance Day – Last Saturday in July

July 29th
National Lasagna Day
National Lipstick Day
National Chicken Wing Day

"Life is really simple, but men insist on making it complicated." --Confucius

"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." --George Bernard Shaw

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Yoko Ono announced that she’s going to record an album and do a live concert for peace. (

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Iowa defensive lineman Brady Reiff was arrested for public intoxication Saturday and didn't even cause the police officers to do much work in the process. The football player reportedly approached a University of Iowa police car and attempted to get in before asking the officers for a ride home. The police report states that Reiff believed the car was an Uber. A breathalyzer test showed Reiff had a blood alcohol content of 0.204. Head coach Kirk Ferentz already announced Reiff will be suspended for the team's season opener against Northern Illinois. (
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Honey Boo Boo is going to compete against other celebrity children in the
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The remake of “A Star Is Born” starring Bradley Cooper and Lady GaGa will premier at the Venice Film Festival in August. (
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Police in New Hampshire have accused a man of breaking into an auto dealership, defecating on the floor and stealing a car.

A new survey found that 40% of parents have to force their kids to quit playing video games and leave the house.

China is now targeting Apple by producing their own cell phone screens in factories. (

A new study found that people with Type A blood are more likely to get bitten by ticks. (

Two Chinese flight attendants were deported from the United States on Monday over their role in a turtle smuggling operation. The men were accused of smuggling turtles from Los Angeles to China, where people believe that eating turtle meat will boost your sexual prowess. (

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Codswallop (KOD-swal-up)
-Spoken or written words that have no meaning or make no sense.

From the 1960s: sometimes said to be named after Hiram Codd, who invented a bottle for carbonated beverages (1875); the derivation remains unconfirmed.

Used in a sentence:
“What a load of codswallop! No one can do that!”

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A Pennsylvania man has been indicted on charges of trafficking more than 3,500 protected turtles. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania says David Sommers poached diamondback terrapins and their eggs from coastal marshes in New Jersey. The turtles are protected under New Jersey law and by an international treaty. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service agents allegedly seized over 3,400 diamondback terrapin hatchlings from Sommers' Levittown, Pennsylvania home in October. The indictment charges 62-year-old Sommers with smuggling turtles and submitting false records for a package shipped to Canada and four violations of the Lacey Act. The law bans trade in illegally obtained wildlife, fish, and plants. (

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A Georgia man has been sentenced to ten years in federal prison for offering cash and basketball tickets in an attempt to hire someone to kill his ex-wife. The U.S. Attorney's office in Atlanta said in a news release that 29-year-old Michael McEarchern of Acworth was sentenced by a federal judge after he pleaded guilty to a murder-for-hire charge. Prosecutors said McEarchern believed he was setting up the killing when he contacted an FBI informant and agreed to pay $10,000 plus two tickets to an Atlanta Hawks game. (
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A wrecking ball operator was charged with DUI after smashing the wrong building
A deputy in Florida was charged with driving under the influence after crashing into two poles in a McDonald’s parking lot.   FLORIDA - (

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