Saturday September 15 & Sunday September 16, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday September 15 & Sunday September 16, 2018
Today we visit with 
Martyn R. Lewis about his new book How Customers Buy…& Why They Don’t: Mapping and Managing the Buying Journey DNA -

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September 15th
National CleanUp Day
National Tackle Kids Cancer Day
National Online Learning Day
National Cheese Toast Day
National Linguine Day
National Felt Hat Day
National Double Cheeseburger Day
National Creme de Menthe Day
Greenpeace Day
National Gymnastics Day – Third Saturday in September
Boys’ and Girls’ Club Day for Kids – Third Saturday in September
Puppy Mill Awareness Day – Third Saturday in September
Responsible Dog Ownership Day – Third Saturday in September
National Hug Your Boss Day – Changes Annually

September 16th
National Play-Doh Day
National Cinnamon Raisin Bread Day
National Step Family Day
National Working Parents Day
Mayflower Day
Wife Appreciation Day – Third Sunday in September

"We can change our lives. We can do, have, and be exactly what we wish." --Tony Robbins

"We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when men are afraid of the light." --Plato

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Police have identified the woman who was caught on video crashing her car in a high-speed chase and attempting to carjack someone — all with a baby in tow. Caitlyn Rodriguez has been locked up on child endangerment, possession of a controlled substance, and evading arrest charges since her arrest in San Antonio. A Texas Department of Public Safety helicopter caught the 29-year-old zooming 100 mph down Route 90 — with the kid strapped in the back seat of her Mercedes SUV — after cops tried to pull her over on outstanding warrants. She crashed into the back of a pickup truck, jumped out and retrieved the baby, car seat and all, before fleeing on foot. With the car seat on her arm, Rodriguez dashed across several lanes of the busy highway and hopped into a Nissan that she tried carjacking. Cops were able to thwart her escape by blocking the SUV and yanking her out of the vehicle. The baby, who was not injured, was taken by Child Protective Services. (
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Amy Schumer said in an Instagram post that she thinks Cynthia Nixon lacks
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Jonathan Scott, star of the hit show “Property Brothers,” says he turned
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A growing number of YouTube stars are describing themselves as lonely and exhausted because of the stresses of the job. (

Lionel Ritchie’s model son, Miles, is covered in over 150 tattoos. (

Jimmy Buffet has signed a licensing deal to sell his own brand of marijuana. (

The New Yorker is reporting that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is so competitive he once built a computer program to help him beat a teenage girl in Scrabble after she won their first match. (

Taco Bell was voted the best Mexican restaurant in the country in a new Harris Poll. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Vellichor   (VEL-ih-kore)
-The wistfulness of a second-hand bookshop.

A wonderful neologism from John Koenig’s “The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows” in which it is described thus: “the strange wistfulness of used bookstores, which are somehow infused with the passage of time”.

Used in a sentence:
“Quaint used bookstores, tucked away in old buildings, elicit an awareness of the arcane and arouse a most intoxicating sense of vellichor.”

An Ohio supermarket worker could face criminal charges after her employer told cops that she consumed more than $9,000 worth of deli meat during the past five years she has worked for the business. According to the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office, a loss prevention manager for the Giant Eagle chain reported Friday that the 36-year-old suspect had been helping herself to slices of ham and salami from the deli counter at the store in Bolivar. The Giant Eagle representative told cops that a tipster had reported that the employee ate three to five slices of deli meat daily (and had been doing so since she began working at the supermarket). The worker allegedly “has been consuming product from the deli in Giant Eagle over the past 5 years.” The sheriff's report does not indicate how Giant Eagle calculated that the worker had stolen $9200 worth of ham and salami. When questioned Friday, the employee, Catherine Brenick, reportedly confessed to the deli meat pilferage, “but did not wish to give a statement.” (

You know a neighbors’ spat is no longer neighborly when chainsaws get involved. That’s what happened in Pasco County, Florida when two men got into a dispute over the shrubs between their houses last week. It ended with one of them needing surgery to repair severed tendons in his hand. The man with the chainsaw was 70-year-old Gregory Landaker of Land O’ Lakes, who was cutting shrubs on the property line he shares with Jeffrey Zlocki. When Zlocki noticed what was going on, he went out and hugged “his bushes.” That apparently didn’t deter Landaker, who continued sawing away. The chainsaw struck Zlocki in his left hand, and he was taken to Tampa General Hospital. Zlocki told deputies that Landaker did not intend to cut him. But WFLA reported video showed it was a “clear and deliberate act” and Landaker shoved Zlocki in the back. Deputies arrested Landaker and charged him with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and simple battery. (
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A Middle Keys man was arrested after police pulled him over for speeding and 
found 200 illegal lobsters in his back seat. 

A Driver’s Ed instructor was arrested in Bradenton after showing up to a road 
test drunk. 
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