Saturday September 22 & Sunday September 23, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday September 15 & Sunday September 16, 2018
Today we visit with 
Tim Mohr about his new book Burning Down the Haus: Punk Rock, Revolution, and the Fall of the Berlin Wall. Available now -

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY!!! (A special thank you to

September 22nd
National Girls Night In Day
National Legwear Day
National BRAVE Day
National Centenarian’s Day
National White Chocolate Day
American Business Women’s Day
Car Free Day
Dear Diary Day
Elephant Appreciation Day
Hobbit Day
National Ice Cream Cone Day
National Hunting and Fishing Day – Fourth Saturday in September
National Public Lands Day – Fourth Saturday in September
National Singles Day – Saturday of Singles Week
Autumnal Equinox – Changes Annually

September 23rd
National Teal Talk Day
National Snack Stick Day
National Checkers/Dogs in Politics Day
National Great American Pot Pie Day
Celebrate Bisexuality Day
Restless Legs Awareness Day
Innergize Day – Day after the Autumn Equinox

"Education costs money. But then so does ignorance." --Sir Claus Moser

"It's not your job to like me, it's mine." -- Byron Katie

Brought to you by the Addiction Hope and Helpline! 1-800-438-0380
A California Physician who appeared on a Bravo dating show has been charged with drugging his patients and sexually assaulting them. The Bravo show he was on was called “Online Dating Rituals Of The American Male.” (

Brought to you by the Addiction Hope and Helpline! Each day we talk about people doing dumb things under the influence, but addiction is no laughing matter…
if you or someone you know needs help, there’s a toll free number you can call…
1-800-438-0380…. That’s the Addiction Hope and Help Line… 1-800-438-0380.

A Florida stripper netted her second arrest of the day when she went from twirling on poles to whirling a hair-straightener at other dancers. 26-year-old Ashley Barrett allegedly attacked two co-workers, one of whom was sleeping, around 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the VIP Gentlemen’s Club in Key West. The strippers told police Barrett was intoxicated and began to swing a flatiron at them. “We’re going to play an evil game,” Barrett allegedly told one stripper. “I’m going to get you when you least expect it.” It was unclear whether the flatiron was hot during the alleged incident. Earlier in the day, Barrett was arrested for another incident in which she allegedly waved a knife at co-workers. The colleagues told police she became upset and started gesturing at them with a knife. According to court records, Barrett now faces charges of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. She remained in custody Friday at Stock Island Detention Center on $35,000 bond. (
BIG SCREEN-LITTLE SCREEN:  Brought to you by TV with a LOWER monthly fee!
96-year-old Betty White charmed the crowd at the Emmy Awards with her folksy
humor. ( An Inside Edition crew was robbed in San Francisco while reporting on crime in the area. No one was hurt during the robbery. he crew lost over $10,000 in camera equipment. (
Brought To You By (Join John & Heidi for a FUN WEEK!)

Coca-Cola is partnering with a Canadian pot farmer to produce a series of Marijuana infused beverages. The company insists that it’s not interested in the hallucinogenic effects of cannabis, but more the healing effects it has on pain.

A CNBC survey is predicting that the damage from Hurricane Florence will cost more than $5 billion dollars to repair.

A Poll by Meganalisis found that 30% of Venezuelans only eat one meal a day. (

The owner of a Dallas daycare has been arrested for keeping a group of toddlers tied to their car seats for several hours.

A Camel broke loose at a Pittsburgh Circus, causing minor injuries to six people. (

Kim Jong Un told reporters that his summit with President Trump has stabilized the Korean Peninsula.

A survey by IDEA WORKS found that United Airlines has the most hidden fees. (
FUN FACT FOR YOU: Brought To You By By 

Share this with your friends... they'll think you're really smart!

Wombat poop is cube-shaped.
The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words

Callithumpian:  (KAL-ih-THUMP-ee-yan)
-Resembling a discordant band or a noisy parade.

Alteration of English dialect gallithumpian disturber of order at elections in 18th century.

Used in a sentence:
“The club was just a callithumpian ruckus, it was impossible to carry on any kind of conversation.”

Cumberland County President Judge Edward E. Guido couldn't suppress a chuckle as Devon Ruoss stood before him to enter a guilty plea Tuesday morning. After all, the man had tried to outrun a bevy of Carlisle cops on a bicycle. And one of the officers was in a cruiser with lights flashing and siren blaring. As Senior District Attorney Daniel Sodus explained it, Ruoss, 41, began his ill-fated two-wheeled flight around 3:00 p.m. on July 26th after a borough officer recognized him as a wanted man. Two days earlier, Ruoss had been accused of punching a woman. So, the officer ordered Ruoss to stop when he spied him on the street. Instead, Ruoss pedaled away with the cruiser in pursuit, Sodus said. “Several officers on foot tried to stop Mr. Ruoss as well,” the prosecutor added. Ruoss pleaded guilty to fleeing police for the bike chase and to simple assault for the punching incident. His only deal is for a county prison term that has yet to be determined by Guido. (

A Georgia man is accused of menacing a pizza delivery worker with a knife on Saturday at a local hotel. Police arrested 55-year-old Samuel Fermin Cheek at the Residence Inn around 11:40 p.m. On Saturday, Cheek, who was staying at the hotel, ordered a pizza to be delivered to his room. As the delivery man was leaving, he realized he forgot to have Cheek sign a slip and went back and knocked on his door. Cheek reportedly reacted angrily and began yelling and swearing while holding a jackknife by his side. Although Cheek never threatened him, the driver felt threatened and told a hotel employee, who called police. When police knocked on the door, Cheek began yelling until he noticed they were police. Cheek at first said he may have dropped the knife when reaching for his money to pay for the pizza. He then said the pizza delivery man had tried to kick the room door in. He was arrested and charged with assault with a dangerous weapon (knife). (
Is this story "Fake News" or something that actually happened in Florida.

A Broward County Man stole an ambulance from a hospital because 
he needed a ride home.
GOOD NEWS: Brought To You By Odeeva... the monthly subscription for ladies!
Got Kidney Stones? Ride a Roller Coaster, Says Study