Wednesday July 4, 2018

Show Notes for Wednesday July 4, 2018

"From what we get, we can make a living; what we give, however, makes a life."
--Arthur Ashe

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Heather Locklear has voluntarily checked herself into rehab. (

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A quartet of fast-food workers sold methamphetamine from a Wendy’s in Georgia, according to police who raided the eatery and busted the employees on narcotics charges. Investigators allege that the Wendy’s employees sold small amounts of meth both in the parking lot and inside the restaurant in Canton, a city about 40 miles north of Atlanta. Members of a narcotics task force yesterday executed a search warrant at Wendy’s, while simultaneously arresting the restaurant’s manager, a cook, and two other employees. Cops say the meth sales had been occurring for several weeks. The Wendy’s location was closed during the police raid but has subsequently reopened for business, although they are now short several employees. (
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Real Housewife of New York Luann de Lesseps was forced to cancel her
cabaret show due to illness. (
The divorced stars of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop” have reportedly signed on to do another season together. (
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German Police arrested a man who sprinkled powder into sandwiches at work and killed twenty-one of his colleagues. (
Sony Music has won the rights to distribute thirty-five previously unreleased Prince albums. (

The Nation’s meteorologists are warning that the northeast will experience a week-long heat wave. Otherwise known as SUMMER. According to reports, the week-long average of 90 degrees will be the hottest since 2016. (

A survey by SlickDeals found that 9 in 10 women think that saving money is sexy. 79% of people said they don’t mind if their partner uses a coupon on a date. (

A small plane was forced to make a belly-flop landing in Las Vegas but miraculously, all three people on board weren’t hurt. The emergency landing occurred because the pilot couldn’t get the landing gear to open. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Ragrowtering (rag-RUW-ter-een)
-Playing at romps, and thereby rumpling, roughening and tearing the clothes to rags.
-Playing the rogue in a wanton frolic.
-Playing at romps, which makes rags grow.

From “A History of English Sounds From the Earliest Period, Including an Investigation of the General Laws of Sound Change, and Full Word Lists” Volume 9, Issue 1
by Henry Sweet - 1879

Used in a sentence
“Ah, how I long for the halcyon days of my youth, spending each Elysian day of summer vacation engaged in the young boy’s serious business of ragrowtering and general jackanapery.”

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Police in Madison, Wisconsin say a man's professed plan to take “upskirt” videos of women was foiled when his shoe camera exploded. Madison Police Chief Mike Koval said in his daily blog that the 32-year-old man wanted to turn himself in to police on Tuesday. But the man wasn't arrested because he hadn't taken any videos before the camera's battery fizzled. Koval wrote that the man's foot was injured when the battery exploded. Police the man was “counseled on his actions” and released because no video had been taken. A police spokesman says authorities don't know why the man wanted to turn himself in. Police say the investigation continues. (

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Police and firefighters in Georgia have banned a man from calling 9-1-1 unless he's truly having an emergency. Usually, that kind of warning isn't necessary but 62-year-old William Baccus has called more than 100 times in the past three years. Police have even issued a warrant for his arrest. Cobb County Fire Chief Randy Crider said, “he calls us for things like getting him a glass of milk, and retrieving his remote from across the room, getting his cell phone from the other room.” Crider told WSB-TV, police, fire, and paramedics have responded to his home for far too many bogus calls. “It does put other people in unnecessary danger, that could potentially need our services in a true emergency,” he said. The chief said crews have responded to every one of Baccus' calls. (
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A Florida man called police on his neighbor for spraying grass killer 
on his award winning lawn. - FAKE NEWS
A Florida Highway Patrol trooper arrested a Clearwater man for driving 
nearly three times the legal speed limit early Sunday morning. 

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