Saturday August 18 & Sunday August 19, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday August 18 & Sunday August 19, 2018
We visit with Kristen Shapp from LightStream about popular home improvement projects!

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY!!! (A special thank you to NationalDayCalendar.com)


August 18th
National Fajita Day
National Mail Order Catalog Day
National Ice Cream Pie Day
World Honey Bee Day
August 19th
International Bow Day
National Aviation Day

National Soft Ice Cream Day

"There is no security in this life. There is only opportunity." --Douglas MacArthur



"The first one gets the oyster the second gets the shell." --Andrew Carnegie


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According to police, a Virginia man has been charged after attempting a robbery with his two-year-old son with him during the incident. On August 5th around 3:30 a.m., police were dispatched to the All Auto Repairs shop. At the same time, units were across the street at the 7-Eleven with a man in custody on attempted robbery charges. The owner of the auto shop said he had had a burglary alarm go off at his business and the front door had been smashed. Police said their investigation revealed the man in custody for robbery had attempted to burglarize the auto shop at 3:00 a.m. Police said he also tried to take the 7-Eleven clerk's car keys and assaulted a second person in an unsuccessful attempt to take his car keys as well. Police identified the man as 29-year-old Lundy Wayne Riley. They said he had his two-year-old son with him during the incidents. Riley was charged with Attempted Robbery, Burglary, and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor. (https://goo.gl/avT7L3)
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Angelina Jolie filed papers accusing Brad Pitt of failing to pay child support
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Mel B shared a poem online to celebrate her divorce from her husband. (https://goo.gl/tju4ie)
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Ashley Horner flew to Haiti to embark on a feat no other woman has accomplished. The Virginia woman plans to complete 50 Ironman races in 50 days. That’s a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile marathon — one a a day for 50 straight days. The 40-year-old mother of three boys (ages 11, 9 and 4 months) is attempting the feat to raise at least $100,000 for an orphanage in Haiti (Maison FortunĂ© Orphanage).

According to internal documents viewed by Business Insider, Starbucks will debut their pumpkin spice lattes on August 28. Last year the popular beverage debuted on Sep 5.

Scientists have detected an intense and mysterious low frequency radio signal from space.
(https://goo.gl/pgAC94)

The Department of Homeland security busted five people for trafficking $73 million worth of counterfeit Air Jordan’s.
(https://goo.gl/ZkGeKq)


A survey by Quartzy found that 7-11 coffee gives you the best bang for your buck. (https://goo.gl/gyAqqZ)


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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day



LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words

Humbuggery (HUHM-buhg-uh-ree)
Noun:
-Language, behavior, or ideas that are absurd and contrary to good sense.
-Something intended to deceive; a hoax or fraud.
-A person who claims to be other than what he or she is; an impostor.
-Nonsense; rubbish.
-Pretentious behavior or attitudes.

Humbuggery entered English in the 1820s and stems from the earlier term humbug, which is of uncertain origin.

Used in a sentence:
“... nobody might ever have found out that it was the confoundedest, brazenest, ingeniousest piece of fraud and humbuggery that was ever concocted to fool poor confiding mortals with!”
-Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi, 1883

This word is fun as a spoonerism! 


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Police have reported that a corn dog thief is on the loose in South Carolina. A Myrtle Beach woman told cops that she returned to her home yesterday afternoon and found a male intruder “just inside her door eating a corndog.” The 30-year-old victim said that she recognized the man as someone she had met last year, but whose name she did not recall. When confronted by the homeowner, the suspect “said he was hungry and stopped by to get something to eat.” The suspect peddled away from the crime scene on a bicycle owned by the woman, who told cops that her phone was also missing. In a bid to identify the intruder, an officer processed a State Fair Corn Dogs box for fingerprints. However, the corn dog container, which was found on the floor, provided “no viable prints.” (https://goo.gl/YV8Qvs)

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Police in Utah said they apprehended a dummy used by pranksters to scare drivers who thought the mannequin was a body. The Lone Peak Police Department said in a Facebook post that a group of juvenile suspects dressed the dummy, dubbed “Fred” by police, in clothes and placed it in an Alpine road. Police said the suspects hid nearby to watch the reactions of drivers. “It may have been funny to them, but wasn't funny to female driver who happened across Fred,” the Facebook post said. “Officers arrived and took Fred into custody. He's now being used to prank fellow co-workers at the PD.” Police are inviting the dummy's owners to claim him at police headquarters and “have a chat” with officers. (https://goo.gl/9WFkTC)
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A Florida home owner finds, what HE believes is “the fountain of
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