Saturday September 29 & Sunday September 30, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday Saturday September 29 & Sunday September 30, 2018
Today we visit with 
Michele Gelfand, author of RULE MAKERS, RULE BREAKERS:
How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World
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September 29th
National Coffee Day
National Family Health and Fitness Day USA
National Ghost Hunting Day

September 30th
National Love People Day
National Chewing Gum Day
National Mud Pack Day
National Hot Mulled Cider Day
Save Your Photos Day

National Gold Star Mother’s Day 

"What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well." --Antoine de Saint-Exupery

"Optimism is a happiness magnet. If you stay positive, good things and good people will be drawn to you." -- Mary Lou Retton

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A woman was sentenced to over seven years in an Australian prison for smuggling cocaine in the heel of her shoes. 

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Kentucky State Police arrested Bardstown police officer Matthew Glass on Friday, accusing him of being drunk at a firearms training range. Police say he was drunk while at the Department of Criminal Justice Training facility in Madison County. The commissioner of the department of justice says Glass had a water bottle filled with a clear alcohol inside his backpack. He was booked into the Madison County Correction Center on Friday afternoon and released a short time later.
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Wildlife Officials say interactions between humans and bears are on the rise in Alaska. (
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A woman who works for an adult phone service in Romania was attacked by one of her regular customers after he discovered what she really looked like. The man recognized her voice at the market where she was shopping and was shocked to discover she wasn’t the perfect woman he had imagined.

How long is it okay to live with your parents after graduating from college? Four years. Yep, college grads have until the age of 27, and then most people think it's time to move on.

More than half of us would rather eat a carry-out meal than go to a Michelin starred restaurant. Among the things we don't like about fancy restaurants: small portions, long waits for tables, having to get dressed up and the cost.
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For a short time, the planet Uranus was named...George.
The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Whelve (WEHL-vh)
-To conceal, hide or bury something beneath something else.
-To turn over and hide something underneath; to bury something.
-To turn (as a dish or vessel) upside down usually to cover something.

From Middle English whelven, from Old English gehwielfan, gehwelfan to arch, bend over; akin to Old High German welben to vault, arch

Used in a sentence:
“Housekeeping around here is basically a frantic scurryfunge where I whelve everything into the hall closet.”

An Oregon woman charged with stealing an ambulance last Sunday while paramedics performed CPR on an unconscious woman had one question after her arrest. “Why did they leave it unlocked?,” asked 37-year-old suspect Christy Lynn Woods, according to an affidavit reviewed by the Oregonian. According to court documents, Woods drove the ambulance and lead police on a chase for nearly 30 miles — reaching a speed of 85 mph. At one point, Woods struck a police vehicle that was traveling ahead of her in order to divert traffic. The impact totaled the police vehicle and left Oregon State Police Sgt. Ken Terry with some minor injuries. Later, Woods drove the ambulance over a strip of spikes set up by police near Rice Valley, and eventually exited the ambulance at a gas station, where she was arrested. The report said it was Woods eighth arrest this year. She was booked on thirteen charges, including assault, interfering with paramedics, criminal mischief, and reckless driving. (

A man who stole $600 worth of cigarettes from a convenience store in Florida has been sentenced to twenty years in state prison. A jury in Pensacola convicted 48-year-old Robert Spellman of burglary and grand theft in August. Authorities say Spellman took ten cartons of cigarettes from a stock room in the store manager's office last December. He was sentenced Friday. The State Attorney’s Office said Police found Spellman nearby with the cigarettes in his possession. Spellman reportedly had fourteen felony and thirty-one misdemeanor convictions prior to the cigarette theft, which qualified him as a habitual felony offender. That led to the lengthy 20-year prison sentence imposed Friday by an Escambia County judge. (
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A 22-year-old man was arrested for trying to steal a 747 at the Orlando Airport. FLORIDA (
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