Monday August 20, 2018

Show Notes for Monday August 20, 2018

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#MovieStarMonday with Candace Cameron Bure

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August 20th
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"The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud." -- Coco Chanel

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A 22-year-old Maryland man who went for his driver’s test left in handcuffs after the examiner became suspicious about a certain odor emanating from the car. News outlets report the examiner alerted a trooper at the Motor Vehicle Administration office, who searched the car. A Maryland State Police report says the search found nearly a pound of marijuana, a scale, more than $15,000 in cash, and a handgun loaded with a 30-round magazine. Reginald D. Wooding Jr. of Baltimore did not get his driver’s license on Monday, but he did get arrested on multiple counts. It’s unclear whether he has a lawyer (
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68-year-old Richard Gere is expecting a child with his 35-year-old wife, Silva. (
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The University Of Delaware topped the annual list of the country’s best party schools. The Mormon run Brigham Young University was voted the most sober school in the country.

Britain’s first all-women business group is being criticized for hiring a male CEO. (

A video has gone viral of a Canadian pickup truck getting annihilated by a speeding motorist after it broke down on the side of the road. Everyone involved was okay, but traffic was destroyed during the morning rush hour. (

A new report claims that Facebook has been lobbying banks to share the financial data and bank balances of their clients.

A new study found that 25% of men who date online approach women who are out of their league. (

A study at the University of San Diego found that getting too much sleep can kill you. (

A group of cows chased after a fugitive car thief in Sanford, Florida and helped police catch her. (

A New York City plastic surgeon is selling penis injections that can increase a man’s girth by two inches.

Engineers in Egypt have accidentally dug up a second sphinx while they were doing roadwork. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Selcouth     (sel-KOOTH)
-Rare, strange, marvelous, wonderful.
-Not known or not familiar. Seldom experienced, uncommon, rare.

From: Middle English, from Old English seldcūth, from seldan seldom + cūth known

Used in a sentence:
"Mrs. Kleftorn has the most selcouth finnimbrun collection!"

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A bedbug infestation has forced emergency medical service crews to temporarily move out of a South Carolina fire station. Berkeley County spokeswoman Hannah Moldenhauer told WCSC-TV that the bedbugs reappeared at a Jamestown EMS station despite several treatments to remove them. County officials say they do not expect EMS services to be impacted based on the relocation. Moldenhauer says the ambulance and EMS staff that were relocated from the fire station remain in the Jamestown area. She says Berkeley County officials are working on "a long-term solution to the bedbug problem."

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Discovery Communications just set the high bid for the Brady Bunch House and announce that they will stick millions into rennovations too.... but they are ALSO cutting jobs!! Discovery Communications has laid off some employees, but the Knoxville office won't see a net job loss, a spokesperson for the company told 10News. The company wouldn't offer a specific number but did say more people could lose their jobs.
About 1,000 people work at the West Knoxville office. A Discovery spokesperson told 10News that while some jobs are leaving the Knoxville office for other Discovery locations, other jobs in accounting and finance will open. As of Tuesday afternoon, there are 66 of those jobs listed on Discovery's website.

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Florida restaurant fined for serving dog food and cat food as part of their early bird specials. FAKE NEWS
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80-Year-old Man Rescues Drowning Boy Only to Find Out That He Saved the Kid’s Father 30 Years Earlier