Show Notes for Saturday October 13 & Sunday October 14, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday October 13 & Sunday October 14, 2018

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October 13th
I Love Yarn Day
National Train Your Brain Day
National Yorkshire Pudding Day
Navy Birthday
National No Bra Day
National Chess Day
National Costume Swap Day
National Motorcycle Ride Day

October 14th
National Dessert Day
Be Bald and Be Free Day

Clergy Appreciation Day-Pastor Appreciation Day-Ministry Appreciation Day

"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say, I used everything you gave me." --Erma Bombeck

"When we seek to discover the best in others, we somehow bring out the best in ourselves." --William Arthur Ward

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After drunkenly trying to “reenact a scene from the movie ‘Dirty Dancing’” inside a Florida liquor store, a 24-year-old woman was arrested on a public intoxication charge. Cops were dispatched last month to Total Wine & More in Jensen Beach after receiving a 9-1-1 call about two women causing a disturbance inside the establishment. The store’s manager told a sheriff’s deputy that the women--later identified as 24-year-old Cindy Barrientos and 25-year-old Mary Crombie--had been refused service around 8:00 PM “while attempting to purchase alcohol” and were told to leave the business. The manager reported that the duo “were in the store trying to reenact a scene from the movie Dirty Dancing.” When the confrontation escalated, Barrientos--who had bloodshot eyes and smelled of booze--was handcuffed and placed inside the back of a patrol car. Barrientos was charged with public intoxication, a misdemeanor, and booked into the Martin County jail, from which she was later released on $400 bond. She is scheduled for an October 11th court appearance.
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The CW has unveiled the first image of the new lesbian Batwoman.

Ben Affleck and his Playboy model girlfriend Shauna Sexton have broken up after two months of dating. (

Actor Dolph Lundgren said that back when he was filming Rocky IV his girlfriend Grace Jones would often make him have sex with five women at a time the night before. (
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A study by the Census Bureau found that Americans pay more money for the births of illegal immigrant children than they would for a border wall. (

The FBI caught a Chicago bank robber after an agent found a lotto ticket inside the bank, took it to the store where it was sold, watched their surveillance cameras, and identified that guy who bought it as the bank robber. (

The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, has signed on as pitch woman for a controversial diet that claims you will lose weight by eating pizza and pasta. According to the promos, you can eat as much pizza and pasta as you want along as you drink something called a “diueretic tonic.” (

Natural Light Beer is selling a a 77-Pack to commemorate their founding in 1977. (
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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Sybaritic  (SIH-buh-RIH-tik)
-Fond of sensuous luxury or opulent pleasure; self-indulgent.
-Hedonistic, debauched, libertine.

From sybarite - denoting an inhabitant of Sybaris, an ancient Greek city noted for luxury: via Latin from Greek Subarit─ôs. Mid 16th century.

Used in a sentence:
“Seeming never to have heard of the French Revolution, their sybaritic lifestyle continued unabated until, inevitably, history was repeated.”

Police are investigating a bloody brawl that broke out between sports fans at a bar in Massachusetts over the weekend — which got mistaken for a postgame Yankees-Red Sox scrum. Footage of the melee shows a man in a Boston jersey and baseball cap swinging a chair and assaulting several people inside the establishment. In another shot, a black-clad man can be seen throwing what appears to be shattered glass in the face of another individual, who falls to the ground holding his head as his eye starts to bleed. Bystanders look on in horror, screaming and scrambling away from the violence as the brawl unfolded. Footage of the mayhem was being shared online Monday night following the Yankees’ 16-to-1 loss to Boston — causing many to think it happened after the game. Several Instagram users posted the fight video on social media and thought it stemmed from the game. Police in Massachusetts, however, later confirmed that the incident happened at the Brickhouse Tavern and Tap in Methuen. (

What started out as Halloween fun for a group of friends in Nashville turned into real horror when a woman says she was approached by someone and unknowingly given a real knife which was used to stab her friend. According to an incident report from Metro Police, officers were told that a group of four friends had gone to Nashville Nightmare and while inside the venue area, they were approached by someone whom they thought was a character there. Nashville Nightmare says they also believe the person involved was an employee. She began playing along with whom she thought to be a character from the attraction. The unknown person handed Greenfield a knife, which she thought was a prop knife. The person, speaking in character according to Greenfield, then said, “Well here, stab him.” Police said Greenfield, only playing along and believing the knife was a prop, stabbed the victim. She was horrified when she realized there was blood on the knife, a hole in the victim’s shirt and “blood squirting from the victim’s left arm.” Greenfield says the unknown person, a man, ran away after the incident. Police are still investigating. (
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A Chipley man was caught driving a stolen tractor and tased by police 
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