Wednesday September 26, 2018

Show Notes for Wednesday September 26, 2018

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September 26th
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A 15-year-old boy is accused of driving drunk with an infant in the back seat. Mount Pleasant police say the baby's mother and another teen in the car were also intoxicated. Just after 10:30 p.m. Sunday, police responded to a call about a reckless driver on the road. “Someone saw the driver swerving and driving at various speeds,” said Sgt. Eric Relich of the Mount Pleasant Police Department. An officer spotted the vehicle driving roughly 25 miles an hour over the speed limit. Relich said, “The witness saw him driving into oncoming traffic.” The car stopped near a gas and that’s where police made contact with the teen behind the wheel. Police found alcohol, two other intoxicated teens, and a baby boy in the back seat. Relich said, “A 5-month-old infant who was being cared for by these three intoxicated individuals.” Prosecutors said the infant's 19-year-old mother was so intoxicated, she could not stand straight and had incoherent speech. She is charged with child neglect. The teen driver was taken into custody as well. (
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Disney is going to scale back production of its “Star Wars” movies after the Han Solo film tanked at the box office. (
Kiss continues to make headlines for announcing their plans to retire on “America’s Got Talent.” (
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A video has gone viral of a mountain lion walking into a motel in Boulder, Colorado. The hotel has since put up a sign warning visitors to keep their pets on a leash in case the lion comes back. (

The Treasury Department announced that U.S. jobless claims have fallen to a 49-year low. (

A survey by Cornell University found that moms who breast feed for at least five months have more kids. (

A study by the University of British Columbia found that humans are hardwired for laziness.(

A new study claims that stressed out people have the worst behaved pets because they tend to cause their pets stress and anxiety. (

A burst pipe dumped 2,000 gallons of liquid sewage onto the New York City Subway on Wednesday night.  (

A North Carolina man shared video of a black bear that locked itself in his mini-van only to shatter a window, crawl out, and run off. The video is funny because the guy was in a great mood the whole time he did the narration. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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-A person who has returned, especially supposedly from the dead.
-One that returns after death or a long absence.

From French, literally ‘coming back,’ present participle (used as a noun) of revenir. First known use - 1818.

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Tacoma, Washington police say that a 22-year-old man accidentally shot himself in the leg Sunday evening while inside a Chuck E. Cheese. Luckily, no other injuries were reported. Police said that the man is currently at the hospital and that firing the gun was accidental. There will not be any charges and his name will not be released. They also said that he did have a gun permit. The Seattle PI reports that the incident caused panic inside the restaurant that hosts children and families. Many parents were angry that the man brought the firearm into a place with so many kids. The PI also reported that the restaurant may be able to file a civil lawsuit. The Tacoma Chuck E. Cheese has a sign posted near the front door stating that firearms are not allowed inside.

A woman allegedly assaulted a deli owner for not putting enough meat in her sandwich. 32-year-old Regina Solomon was so upset over her sandwich that she went behind the deli counter to berate the owner of Krauszer’s Food Store in Hamden, Connecticut. Solomon and an unidentified male then tried to leave the store without paying for the sandwich and a calzone. When the store owner attempted to stop Solomon and the man, she allegedly grabbed a belt off a rack and hit him repeatedly while her accomplice punched him multiple times. The deli owner suffered injuries to his arms and hands, authorities said. Solomon was charged with third-degree robbery, second-degree assault, and sixth-degree larceny, according to the newspaper. She was released after posting a $1,000 bond.  (
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