Tuesday September 25, 2018

Show Notes for Tuesday September 25, 2018

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!
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September 25th
National Lobster Day
National One-Hit Wonder Day
National Comic Book Day
National Tune-Up Day
National Research Administrator Day
Math Storytelling Day

National Voter Registration Day

"What great thing would you attempt if you knew you could not fail?--Robert H. Schuller

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A Florida man reportedly fleeing the long arm of the law was no match for algae. 22-year-old Abraham Duarte was arrested this past weekend after he allegedly attempted to flee Cape Coral police officers who pulled him over around 7:00 p.m. Duarte immediately fled his vehicle on foot and jumped into a canal in order to evade cops. However, officials said the driver was quickly overcome by algae in the canal. Police said as he was swimming, he swallowed some of the algae, causing him to head back to the canal bank. Duarte eventually surrendered to officers, and allowed them to pull him out of the water. Officers said they found seven vials of THC oil in Duarte’s car. He was taken to jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance and resisting arrest without violence. (https://goo.gl/QM42NP)

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Brie Larson revealed the trailer for Captain Marvel last week during an
appearance on Good Morning America. We got to see Skrulls, a young Phil Coulson (Clark Gregg), and a two-eyed Nick Fury (a de-aged Samuel L. Jackson). The movie comes out in March. youtube.com Hallmark’s not waiting around for Halloween season… the cable channel has already released its Christmas movie schedule, which includes titles such as Marrying Father Christmas, Mingle All the Way, and A Shoe Addict’s Christmas. https://www.tvguide.com
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Modern couples are falling in love in half the time as their parents’ generation, with it now taking just 163 text messages to woo partners.

Doctors say it’s a miracle that a 10-year-old Missouri (Harrisonville) boy is alive after he impaled his face on a foot-long meat skewer during a freak accident. Xavier Cunningham fell from a tree house Saturday afternoon when a group of yellow jackets attacked him. He landed on the metal skewer, which pierced his face, penetrating his skull all the way to the back of his head.

A couple in China was caught cutting down two trees in their community during the night. They told police their fortune teller told them it would improve their luck.
A family in Australia videoed a great white shark circling them.

Come November, Amazon will begin selling full-size trees, which will ship to customers within 10 days of being cut. The trees, which will include varieties like Douglas firs, Norfolk Island pines and Frasier firs, will be eligible for Prime free shipping.

A British runner is getting praise from athletes and parents around the world for pausing to breastfeed her 3-month-old during a rest stop. This wasn’t any run — Sophie Power was 16 hours into a 107-mile ultramarathon through France, Italy and Switzerland.

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

LINK TO TODAY'S WORD - Grandiloquent Words

Ultracrepidarian  (uhl-truh-krep-i-DAYR-ee-uhn)
-Pertaining to one who is talking about things beyond the scope of their knowledge.
-A person who gives opinions and advice on matters that they know little about.

Use instead of:
-Smarty Pants

This word was coined by the essayist William Hazlitt in 1819. From Latin "ultra" (beyond) + "crepidarius" (shoemaker), from "crepida" (sandal). Earliest documented use: 1819.

Used in a sentence:
“There is nothing more irritating than an ultracrepidarian going on about something they’ve never done or experienced, but about which they insist they've read several informative articles on the Facebook.”


Detectives are searching for a man they say bought a motorhome with a $246,445.51 check that later turned out to be worthless. When staff at Lazy Days tried to process the check given to them by 59-year-old Robert Schneider it was returned to them. Detectives say Schneider handed over the worthless check before driving off the lot with a 2014 Winnebago motorhome. Detectives have provided pictures of the same model as the stolen motorhome, however, these pictures are not the actual stolen motorhome. A warrant was issued for Schneider’s arrest Thursday for first-degree grand theft. Detectives have followed leads and checked numerous campgrounds in an attempt to find the stolen motorhome, which was last reported in Hollywood. (https://goo.gl/JLcBbF)

A Connecticut woman is headed to prison for her role in a month-long crime spree in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including an attempted bank robbery in which she and another woman dressed as nuns. Swahilys Pedraza-Rodriguez received a 15-month sentence on Thursday. The 20-year-old New Haven woman had pleaded guilty in June to robbing a bank in Garfield, New Jersey, while wearing a head covering and conspiring to steal money from an ATM at a bank in Scotrun, Pennsylvania. Her co-defendant, 24-year-old Melisa Aquino Arias of Passaic, New Jersey, received a 37-month sentence Wednesday. The pair were arrested last October, about two weeks after the Garfield robbery, when they went to a Teaneck bank and asked about opening an account. An employee recognized them and called police. (https://goo.gl/7s5cFn)
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A man posing as a police officer was arrested after he pulled over a real 
deputy for speeding
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