Show Notes for Thursday October 11, 2018

Show Notes for Thursday October 11, 2018


Dear John,

This summer I went to my class reunion. My wife didn't want to go with me, but I dragged her along. She didn't really know anyone but she met some people I went to school with and some of them even friended her on facebook. It's been a few months now and I didn't realize it but she has been chatting with a guy I went to school with quite a bit on facebook. She deletes her messages so I have no idea what they've talked about, but last week he sent her flowers at work. She didn't tell me about it at all. Sadly I found out when one of her co-workers mentioned it. She thought I had sent them. I was not happy to hear that she has been keeping this from me. She says nothing has happened. She says until the flowers arrived she didn't even know he liked her that way. I asked her to unfriend him. I think it's a bad idea to lead him on if she is truly happy with me. One of her friends is saying I'm being insecure. Do you see it that way? Please let me know your thoughts. She loves your show and I think she will listen to your advice. Since I asked, I will agree no matter what you say.

Signed – WonderingHusband

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Katt Williams was arrested for assault after he punched a limo driver who refused to take him and his dog from the Portland airport to his performance in the city. (

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Comic Con took over New York City this weekend with over one million people attending the opening events.

SPACE X CEO Elon Musk launched a satellite into space early Monday and was able to land the rocket booster on solid ground at its California launch site. (

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A study by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine found that humans are facing extinction if the male sperm count continues to fall. (
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Dysphoria (dis-FOR-ee-yah)
-A state of unease or generalized dissatisfaction with life.
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From New Latin, from Greek, from dysphoros ‘hard to bear’, from dys- + pherein ‘to bear’.
First Known Use: circa 1842

Used in a sentence:
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A Michigan man curious about a rock he’d used for decades as a doorstop now knows its secret: it’s a meteorite worth $100,000. In fact, the nearly 23-pound hunk of iron and nickel is the sixth largest meteorite found in Michigan, according to the Smithsonian Museum and Central Michigan University. David Mazurek said he took his doorstop to the university for examination after seeing reports in January of meteorite pieces selling for thousands of dollars. “I said, ‘Wait a minute. I wonder how much mine is worth,’” Mazurek said. University Geology Professor Mona Sirbescu first identified the piece as more than just a rock. She then sent two small slices of the rock to the Smithsonian for confirmation. “I could tell right away that this was something special,” she said. “It’s the most valuable specimen I have ever held in my life, monetarily and scientifically.” Mazurek said the meteorite came with a barn he bought in 1988 in Edmore. He said the farmer who sold him the property told him it landed in his backyard in the 1930s. “The story goes that it was collected immediately after they witnessed the big boom and the actual meteorite was dug out from a crater,” Sirbescu said. More tests are being conducted to see if the meteorite contains rare elements. “What typically happens with these at this point is that meteorites can either be sold and shown in a museum or sold to collectors and sellers looking to make a profit,” Sirbescu said. The Smithsonian and a mineral museum in Maine are considering purchasing the specimen. Mazurek said that when he sells the meteorite, he’ll donate some of the money to the university. “I’m done using it as a doorstop. Let’s get a buyer!” Mazurek said.

Police arrested 38-year-old April Calkins along with Cody Gotowala on burglary charges. Calkins, also facing a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, is accused of taking her 13-year-old son along with them on the crime spree. The 13-year-old boy told authorities he went with his mom multiple times, taking items like little girls clothing and in one case bullets for a gun. The boy told police his mom had done more than a hundred burglaries in the eastern OKC metro. He says he stopped going with her when he realized what she was doing. And although Calkins and Gotowala are now in custody, officials say the investigation is not over yet. Officials with the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office say a child’s doll led them to a major burglary ring in Choctaw. Last month, deputies with the sheriff’s office discovered thousands of dollars’ worth of stolen items at her Choctaw home. (
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