Show Notes for Wednesday October 10, 2018

Show Notes for Wednesday October 10, 2018

Today we visit with  Gilly Macmillan her about her new book "I Know You Know: A Novel"

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October 10th
National Curves Day
National Angel Food Cake Day
National Cake Decorating Day
National Handbag Day
World Mental Health Day
National Emergency Nurse’s Day
National Bring Your Teddy Bear to Work/School Day

National Stop Bullying Day

"When deeds speak, words are nothing." --Pierre-Joseph Proudhon

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A Virginia man who allegedly attempted to kill his mother-in-law by putting methamphetamine in her coffee has been sentenced to prison. 56-year-old Jack Price reached a plea deal and was sentenced to six years in prison. Price is accused of putting meth in his 95-year-old mother-in-law’s coffee in December 2017. Prosecutors say Ester Price was admitted to a hospital last year showing signs of meth in her system. At the time, Ester Price’s granddaughter told authorities she suspected Jack Price was trying to kill her grandmother. Ester Price also told authorities that the day before she became ill, Jack Price brought her coffee — a gesture she said was “not an ordinary event.” Prosecutors dropped an attempted first-degree murder charge in exchange for him pleading guilty to altering food, drink, or drugs and other offenses. (

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China has ordered actress Fran BingBing to pay a $70 million tax fine.
( Bill Cosby’s Lawyers have filed a motion to overturn his prison sentence and get him out early. (
Jimmy Fallon told the New Yorker Festival that he almost became a priest after serving as an altar boy when he was a kid. (
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Prosecutors want Fyre Festival scammer Billy McFarland to get the maximum sentence of twenty years. McFarland had festival goers pay thousands of dollars only to get stuck on an island in the Bahamas without ample food or drinking water.


A study by Carnegie Mellon University found that getting hugs makes people happier when they’re having a tough day.

A study by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation found that 1 in 3 Americans could not pass a U.S. Citizenship test. The best stat in this study is that 20% of people think the Cold War was caused by Climate Change.

A Michigan high school student is accused of giving pot brownies to her classmates in exchange for Homecoming Queen votes. (

A Georgia court convicted a medical professional named “Doctor Dick” of sexually harassing his female patients.

Royal Caribbean Cruise lines has issued refunds to passengers on an Australian Ship that was taken over by a wild burlesque party. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

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Cachinnate (KAK-uh-nayt)
-To laugh very loudly, hard, or convulsively.

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

Used in a sentence:
“Despite the solemn occasion, Rafferty found it impossible to resist the urge to cachinnate at the addlepated blatherskite.”

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A Naperville, Illinois man accused of using stolen credit card information to pay his court fines and those of several other people has been arrested on a felony identity theft charge. 28-year-old Brenton Thurman made multiple payments to the DuPage County Clerk’s Office in March using stolen credit card and bank information. The payments reportedly added up to about $6,000. Thurman also used the stolen information to pay the fines and fees of other people, keeping the cash they’d given him to pay their court debts, the release said. The clerk’s office discovered the fraud and notified the state’s attorney’s office. DuPage County Judge Joshua Dieden set Thurman’s bond at $100,000, and required that Thurman show that any money used for bail was not illegally obtained. Thurman’s next court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 29th. (

An Ohio woman allowed her 10-year-old son to get a tattoo from an unlicensed teenager has been charged with child endangerment. 34-year-old Nikki Dickinson was named yesterday in a misdemeanor criminal complaint filed in Municipal Court in Bellefontaine. Local police learned of the child’s tattooing after video of the inking was uploaded to Facebook. The criminal complaint, sworn by a Bellefontaine Police Department officer, alleged that the tattooing took place inside a residence amid “unsanitary conditions.” While Dickinson recorded with her phone, the 16-year-old tattoo artist inked the child’s right arm. The complaint does not indicate what was tattooed on the child. During police questioning, Dickinson reportedly said that she got “tired” of her son Skylar asking, so “she allowed Skylar to get the tattoo” on September 24th. Kyle Richardson, the underage tattoo artist, has also been charged in Juvenile Court with inking his minor client in violation of state “safety and sanitation standards.”  (

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