Show Notes for Friday November 16, 2018

Show Notes for Friday November 16, 2018

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Friday November 16, 2018

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A Jacksonville mom was arrested by St. Johns County deputies Sunday after they said she left the scene of a crash with her infant son in the car. According to a St. Johns County Sheriff's Office arrest report, 20-year-old Selina Marie Townsend rear-ended a red Toyota and left the scene. After Deputies spotted Townsend and her vehicle they approached her and she told them, “I was driving and hit a pole” and “I'm working to get my license fixed.” When asked about the welfare of the baby in the car seat in the back of the car, Townsend told deputies she was unaware that the child was in the car and identified him as her son. The passenger in the car told deputies the woman took Xanax and smoked marijuana at an earlier time. The arrest reported stated Townsend was “extremely unorganized,” had “slurred speech,” swayed repeatedly, and was “constantly salivating out the mouth.” Townsend was arrested and faces charges for leaving the scene of a crash, driving with a suspended license, and child endangerment.(
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Lindsay Lohan’s reps have been contacting marketing companies on Facebook in search of an endorsement deal. (

Missy Elliot has been nominated to the 2019 Songwriting Hall of Fame. (

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris’ divorce settlement dictates that the couple has to live five miles apart for the sake of their son. (

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The Girl Scouts of America are suing the Boy Scouts for allowing girls to join their group because it’s hurting their own memberships. (

Fourteen Navy sailors were busted for using LSD on the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan Nuclear Submarine. (

A Wallet Hub survey named Mississippi as the fattest state in the country. (

A survey by Euromonitor found that China will become the world’s number one tourist destination by the year 2030. (

A Florida man jumped into the crocodile enclosure at a local zoo and was injured after the croc attacked him. (

Apple cut back production of its cheaper iPhone model last week.

A new study found that drinking coffee prevents Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s. (

A Swiss Scientist is studying whether cheese will age better if it listens to Led Zeppelin music. (
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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Deipnosophist   (dype-NOSS-ih-fist)
-A person who is a master of dinner-table conversation.
-Someone skilled at informal chitchat.
-One who converses learnedly at dinner - in allusion to the title of a celebrated work of Athenæus, in which a number of learned men are represented as at dinner discoursing on literature and matters of the table.

From Greek "deipnosophistai", title of a Greek work by Athenaeus (3rd century), describing learned discussions at a banquet, from "deipnon" meal + "sophistai" wise men. 17th century.

Used in a sentence:
“She fancies herself quite the deipnosophist, when in reality she’s just an ultracrepidarian blatherskite spouting folderol and flapdoodle!”

I also found the following etymology, it interested me because while essentially the same, it seems to differ a bit from the others I found in that it specifies that the learned discussion it refers to is exclusively about food, and the preparation thereof:
"gourmand," 1650s, from Greek deipnosophistes "one learned in the mysteries of the kitchen," from deipnon "chief meal, dinner" (of unknown origin) + sophistes "master of a craft". the word has come down thanks to "Deipnosophistai," 3c. work on gastronomy by Athenaeus.

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A modern-day Goldilocks busted into a couple’s New Jersey home while they were away on vacation — sleeping in their bed, gobbling their food and watching their DVDs before taking off in their car. 29-year-old Dirk McCalla originally from the Bronx, made himself quite cozy in the couple’s house on Eagle Street in Cresskill this week. The unsuspecting pair returned home Tuesday to find their bathroom, bedroom, and kitchen in total disarray. “He used a lot of spice, a lot of hot pepper, and the fan was on,” resident Hee Song stated. The couple forgot to leave their alarm system on, but Song’s husband, Byung Song, said he believed the intruder was playing around with the system, and got scared off. East Rutherford cops arrested him after someone reported that the was driving around in the family’s SUV, and going from house to house ringing doorbells. It was unclear how long the vagrant was in the home. McCalla was charged with trespassing, burglary, theft, and receiving stolen property. (

MOMENT OF DUH:An Ohio woman’s apparent love for Girl Scout cookies led to her arrest. Noel Hines allegedly stole a “large order of Girl Scout cookies” in March that was intended for a local North College Hill troop. The woman never returned the cookies or paid for the order, which according to authorities totaled more than $1,600. Following “multiple” attempts over the past six months to contact Hines about the cookies, authorities filed theft charges against the woman. On Tuesday, police arrested Hines while she was at the North College Hill Mayors Court for “unrelated charges,” according to the North College Hill Police Department, which joked: “That’s the way the cookie crumbles.” (
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