Thursday September 27, 2018

Show Notes for Thursday September 27, 2018


Dear John,

I've been happily married for 24 years. I have three grown children and one grandson. I just found out that my husband cheated on my when we were dating. It was a one-night stand 25 years ago at a frat party in college and it never happened again. Since I learned of this, we have taken a little time apart. I'm still very hurt by this. My children are split on this. My son told me I should forgive him and move on. My daughters are more hurt by this and understand why I am considering a divorce. I think I have already made up my mind, but I wanted to ask for your opinion. What do you think? I've heard you say “Once a cheater, always a cheater” Do I make amends or move on?

Signed – WonderingWife

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September 27th
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A woman is accused of using glitter glue and crayons to get drugs to her boyfriend inside of the Hampton City Jail in Virginia. Krystal Milne, a 33-year-old from Hampton, was arrested on August 16th. She is accused of attempting to mail suspected narcotics into the jail. Court documents reveal that a detective was monitoring a jailhouse phone call between inmate Robert Davis and his girlfriend, Milne. Documents state the two were discussing that narcotics be mailed to Davis while in jail. According to documents, Milne is accused of telling him to pay special attention to the middle cloud in the picture and that she was going to try and “use glitter glue this time.” On August 16th the Sheriff’s Department said they received three letters sent from Milne to Davis and each one contained suspected narcotics as described in the phone call. Milne was arrested for one count of delivery of drugs to a prisoner and possession of marijuana. (
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79-year-old Al Pacino is dating an actress half his age. Israeli Actress Meital Dohan stars in the series “Weeds.”

Jane Fonda says that rather than trying to make a comeback, comedian Louis C.K. should work at Starbucks

Comedian Jim Gaffigan is being sued by an actor who was hit in the head by a soccer ball that Gaffigan’s daughter kicked at him on the set of a commercial in 2016.

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A great grandmother in Texas revealed that she killed a 580 pound alligator with one shot after it approached her home.

Grandma told reporters she plans to eat the gator meat and display its humongous head in her office. (

The Center For Disease Control announced that the number of people with alzheimer’s and dementia is expected to double by the year 2060. (

A new study found that one in three Trip Advisor reviews are FAKE. (

An Ohio strip club was shut down after they were caught accepting food stamps for lap dances. (

Police in Spain say a dress-wearing bank robber was actually a man. The mustache was a giveaway. He was easily spotted by a police a couple of blocks from the bank.

About 2,000 people descended on Ramsbottom, England, over the weekend to observe and compete in the World Black Pudding Throwing Competition. The annual event outside the town’s Oaks Pub involves competitors who attempt to dislodge large Yorkshire puddings placed on a 32-foot high scaffold by throwing smaller puddings, about the size of hockey pucks, at them.
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Cachinnate  (KAK-uh-nayt)
-To laugh very loudly, hard, or convulsively.

From the Latin verb cachinnare, "to laugh loudly”.

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“Despite the solemn occasion, Rafferty found it impossible to resist the urge to cachinnate at the addlepated blatherskite.”
A New York City man charged with setting a massive blaze that damaged more than 135 vehicles at a Brooklyn shopping center told investigators that he was “motivated to start the fire by his belief that others used the parked vehicles for sexual activity.” 23-year-old Evon Stephens was named yesterday in a federal complaint charging him with starting Monday’s seven-alarm blaze inside the garage at the Kings Plaza Shopping Center. The garage was used by car dealerships to store vehicles for sale. Investigators allege that Stephens initially torched a Mercedes-Benz, with the fire spreading to other vehicles. As he departed the garage Monday morning, Stephens “made an obscene hand gesture” towards a surveillance camera. After being apprehended Monday afternoon, Stephens told police that he routinely went to the garage and “accessed vehicles” owned by auto dealers. He reportedly confessed to starting the fire because he thought the parked autos were being used by “others” for sexual liaisons. Stephens, facing a felony arson charge, is being held at the federal detention center in Brooklyn. (

According to court records, an Oregon man who believed that he was “shadow-banned” from YouTube due to a Deep State conspiracy was arrested yesterday for allegedly threatening to shoot employees of the online video giant. FBI agents collared 35-year-old William Gregory Douglas in connection with a recent series of threatening Twitter posts directed at YouTube and its chief executive, Susan Wojcicki. In his tweets, Douglas complained that his YouTube channel had been disabled and threatened to kill “100 YouTube employees” and cause “massive casualties.” Claiming that he was a few hours away from the firm’s California headquarters, Douglas warned, “if you are just going to ignore me try ignoring my gun you f***s.” As described by FBI Agent Jeffrey Gray in a court filing, the videos included “long rants about the ‘Deep State’” and Douglas’s claim that “he has been ‘shadow-banned’ from YouTube, which he described as a government operation.” Douglas, who is being held without bail at the Jackson County lockup, is scheduled to be arraigned on the felony counts Monday at the U.S. District Court in Medford. (
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A Florida dad was arrested after he drove his 15-year-old son and his
teen girlfriend to a local park so they could have sex, or “do their thang,” as he told police. He was released on $750 bond. (

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