Wednesday July 18, 2018

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Our guest today is Jordan Goodman…. America’s Money Answers Man!

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The Arizona Highway Patrol stopped an 83-year-old man driving a golf cart without headlights on the interstate in the dark. They said the man was not impaired. 

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A Reno County, Kansas Sheriff’s Deputy who came upon a vehicle with a flat tire Saturday afternoon ended up arresting the driver on marijuana charges. The driver, J.T. Lewis Rowe of Calhoun, Colorado, told the deputy he had a flat tire and was waiting on assistance. As the deputy talked to the driver through the passenger side window, he smelled marijuana and asked to search the vehicle. Rowe told the officer he previously had marijuana in the vehicle but it had been seized by a Wichita Police officer when he was stopped the day before and issued a citation for misdemeanor marijuana possession. The deputy’s search turned up a gallon baggy with about a 3 ¼ ounces of suspected pot, as well as a glass pipe with residue. Rowe told the officer it wasn’t his marijuana, that he didn’t know it was in the vehicle, and that his “in-laws were trying to frame him.” He was arrested on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. (
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Home buyers hope their dream home has no major flaws, but sometimes repairs are needed before the move-in date. You expect the work to get done the right way, but as one home inspection shows, looks can be deceiving. Josh Whitney is the owner of Done Right Home Inspections. His job is to find any potential issues with a home before it's sold. He literally uncovered fake repair work by a contracting company. "They screwed a couple of exterior outlet boxes over the original outlets and then taped pictures of GFC outlets," said Whitney. "To tell you the truth, I've been in the business a long time and that's the first time I've ever seen it."A contractor was hired to replace the exterior outlets of a home, but didn't do the work as promised. Whitney found out when he went to test the power.

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A new study found that feeling much younger than your age could be a sign that your brain is aging more slowly.

An East Tennessee man was charged with animal cruelty after he buried a kitten alive. (

Over 500 Australians took part in a naked photo shoot with American Photographer Spencer Tunik Monday. (

A USA Today survey found that a growing number of Americans are retiring young and moving to other countries where they can live cheaper. They’re going to foreign countries like Switzerland & Costa Rica. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Yeuk (yook)
-An unpleasant feeling that makes you want to scratch.
-An itch.
-To cause to itch.

From Middle English (northern) yukyn, from Old English giccan
First Known Use: 15th century

Used in a sentence:
"I've got a nasty yeuk in a place I just can't quite reach!" 

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Firefighters in Arizona are warning residents after a family in Buckey found several rattlesnakes inside pool noodles, including some baby snakes. The family was getting ready to take a dip, and they grabbed two noodles that were up against a wall. That's when a big snake popped out of one of them and they found several babies inside. "It's ungodly hot out - and snakes are just looking for somewhere to hide." Greyson Getty's wrangled hundreds of them as a relocator with Rattlesnake Solutions. He's come across snakes in pool toys before, though never in a noodle. Still, he's not surprised. "They're dehydrated - they haven't had a meal - and there's a damp pool noodle in a dry desert - if I was a snake and I was dehydrated, I would go to the pool noodle too." Generally speaking he says snakes like dark areas ,especially corners. For them, a random stack of stuff can be their paradise, and your nightmare. "Anything that a snake or a rodent or a big can hide under - try to eliminate it. Try to keep everything neat and tidy." If you can, he says, you should keep your pool toys up high in the garage or in a closeable plastic container. Somewhere they can't slither to and make your home theirs. "The best thing you can do to prevent snakes - is prevent snakes. So prevent their food, prevent their water, and prevent them from even being able to getting in."

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San Juan County deputies were called to a bizarre incident near Bloomfield in late May when a woman told deputies a man she didn't know was bleeding all over her porch. "He's still got the arrow in his arm," said a dispatcher in the police video. The man on the woman's porch turned out to be 38-year-old Eric Tillerson.  Deputies and paramedics say he had an arrow lodged in his arm. "Does that hurt?" said a deputy to Tillerson heard in police video as he moans in pain. Deputies were trying to figure out what happened, and why someone had shot Tillerson with a bow and arrow. As Tillerson was rushed to a nearby hospital, deputies tracked his trail of blood back to the scene of the crime. When they found themselves at another house, the homeowner told them Tillerson had been coming by his home throughout the day, making threats. He then said Tillerson later hopped a fence and shot at a dog. That's when he pulled out his bow and arrow and shot Tillerson in the arm. "How much pain are you in?" a detective is heard asking Tillerson during an interview, he replied, "Extreme. It f****** hurts man." At the hospital, Tillerson bolted, but deputies found him soon after and eventually sat him down to ask what happened. "I'm looking for your side of the story," said a detective. Tillerson said he did not know why the homeowner shot at him and claimed he was good friends with the person who shot him. But deputies weren't buying it. Surveillance video ended up connecting Tillerson to an attempted break-in just days earlier at a Farmington home.  One town over, and one arrow through his arm later, deputies said they had their guy. Tillerson has a long criminal history that includes numerous charges for burglary and aggravated assault.
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Florida man bites his brother’s penis off after he walks in on his brother 
having sex with his cousin on his favorite Dragon Ball Z blanket. 
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