Show Notes for Friday November 2, 2018

Show Notes for Friday November 2, 2018

Today we talk to Allan Zola Kronzek about his new book "Grandpa Magic: 116 Easy Tricks, Amazing Brainteasers, and Simple Stunts to Wow the Grandkids"

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November 2nd
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Friday November 2, 2018

"I know for sure that what we dwell on is what we become." -- Oprah Winfrey

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According to court records, a Colorado man who groped a female passenger and then urinated on a seat inside a Frontier Airlines jet has agreed to a plea deal in connection with his in-flight antics. 46-year-old Michael Haag was arrested after the plane he was traveling on from Denver landed in South Carolina. According to an FBI affidavit, Haag was drinking double vodka and tonics aboard Flight F9864 while en route to Charleston. Haag, who was in a middle seat, turned his attention to a female passenger seated on his other side. He was accused of touching the sleeping woman’s fingers and then her legs, which prompted the passenger to yell, “Stop touching me!” After the woman summoned a flight attendant, Haag was moved to a seat in the plane’s last row. While in the rear of the aircraft, Haag unfastened his seatbelt “and started urinating on the seat in front of him.” Haag was charged with interfering with a flight crew, a felony, and a misdemeanor indecent exposure count. As part of a plea deal, federal prosecutors this month filed a criminal information charging Haag with a reduced count of misdemeanor assault.  
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Kevin Spacey’s character is reportedly murdered on the next season of House of Cards. SPOILER ALERT. 

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A survey shows more people request to be cremated with their pet’s ashes than any other funeral rite. Other popular requests made by people planning their funeral included being buried with their savings, being buried in their own garden and having a phone with them in the coffin.

An Arizona man suspected of attempting to burglarize a home was captured by the homeowner. The suspect told police he was in the home because he needed to use a power outlet to charge his phone.

According to the latest study, your dog really does have the ability to understand the words that you’re saving. 

One in four parents believe their kids see them as “very uncool.” Seems low.

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April 18, 1930, was such a slow news day that at 6:30 PM, the BBC's radio announcer said, “There is no news."
The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Edacious (ee-DAY-shus)
-Of, relating to, or given to eating.
-Characterized by voracity; devouring.
-Devouring or craving food in great quantities.
-Wanting to eat or drink more than one can reasonably consume.
-Having an insatiable appetite for an activity or pursuit.

From Latin edāx voracious, from edere to eat. 19th century.

Used in a sentence:
“The tapeworm left her perpetually edacious.”

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According to a recent survey, 7 percent of Americans believe chocolate milk comes from brown cows. The survey was conducted by the Innovation Center of US Dairy in April. A thousand adults were asked questions about the role milk plays in their daily lives, Food & Wine reported. The study found 48 percent of respondents weren't sure where chocolate milk came from. Seven percent thought chocolate milk only comes from brown cows. That adds up to about 16.4 million people, more than the population of Ohio. The Washington Post linked the study to past studies that consistently show many Americans have no idea where their food comes from. For example, a study in the 1990s found that nearly 20 percent of people did not know hamburgers are made from beef.

Authorities say a man apparently set a California home on fire while using a blowtorch to kill spiders. Firefighters were called to a Fresno housing development Tuesday night to put out a two-alarm blaze. Authorities say a man was house-sitting for his parents when he tried to kill black widow spiders with a blowtorch. He got out safely, but the home's attic and second story were damaged. Although the exact cause of the blaze is under investigation, firefighters believe the blowtorch was to blame. There's no word on what happened to the spiders. Fresno firefighters tweeted, "Please don't use a blowtorch to kill spiders."
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A police report indicates that a domestic dispute over a pimple became so heated Saturday 
that cops were called to a Florida home to break up the altercation. 
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