Show Notes for Monday November 12, 2018

Show Notes for Monday November 12, 2018

It's a #MovieStarMonday with Joni Bovill about her NEW film Come Sunday

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November 12th
National French Dip Day
National Pizza with the Works Except Anchovies Day

National Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

Monday November 12, 2018

"The longer you're in the game, the hotter you are."--Bonnie Guterl

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An Alabama man who reportedly broke a meth pipe while being chased by police is facing a felony charge of tampering with evidence. According to Floyd County Jail records, 46-year-old Roscoe Covington of Centre, Alabama was arrested Wednesday morning after a short foot chase. Covington ran from officers who approached him at a business on Martha Berry Boulevard. While running, Covington was seen throwing away two glass pipes containing suspected methamphetamine as he ran. One of the pipes shattered. He is charged with felony possession of meth, felony tampering with evidence, two counts of possessing drug-related objects and misdemeanor obstruction of officers. (
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Hawaii’s state supreme court has given approval for the building of a huge telescope on a Hawaiian mountain. Most people drink coffee first thing in the morning. But is that the right way to do it? If you’ve ever had coffee and felt like it didn’t work, you’ve run into the field of chronopharmacology — the study of how medications and drugs interact with your biology. I’ll skip the boring parts and get to the caffeine: In the morning your coffee will probably be the most effective if you enjoy it between 9:30 and 11:30. In the afternoon the precise optimal time to drink coffee is at 2:16 PM. Scrolling through social media platforms, it's become increasingly common to hear of millennials "ruining" things. Everything from home ownership, to the 40-hour work week, even department stores. The latest thing millennials are "ruining"? Divorce. A University of Maryland study shows between 2008 and 2016, divorce rates dropped 18 percent. That's because millennials are staying together. "It's about probably cultural and societal shifts," said Lisa Schurbing, a licensed marriage and family therapist at Prevea Health. Experts say that's likely because millennials are getting married older than earlier generations did.

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day


Farrago (fa-RAH-go)
-A confused mixture.
-An assortment or a medley; a conglomeration.

Mid 17th century: from Latin, literally 'mixed fodder', from far ‘corn'.

Used in a sentence:
“His studio is filled with a whimsical farrago of clockwork gizmos, medical instruments, and shrunken heads.”

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Police in North Carolina say a puppy sniffed out a crime, helping them avert a possible tragedy Tuesday afternoon. Ryder, a pit bull puppy, had dug up a fully loaded .38 special revolver at Rosemont Apartments in Greenville. The gun was wrapped in a T-shirt and Ryder's owner called police after the discovery. Officers safely unloaded the weapon and it's now stored in the police department's evidence room. Ryder is credited with keeping the gun from falling into the wrong hands, according to police. Police say there may be some freelance work in the future for the puppy. "We'll have our people call yours," they posted on social media.

An ethics panel has found probable cause against a Florida mayor accused of soliciting sex from a resident in exchange for installing speed bumps in her neighborhood. In a statement Wednesday, the Florida Commission on Ethics said it found probable cause that Lantana Mayor David Stewart “misused his position to attempt to obtain a sexual benefit for himself.” Stewart may settle the case or request a hearing before an administrative law judge. He has denied the allegations. He told the Daytona Beach News-Journal it was “inappropriate to comment at this time.” In her January complaint to the commission, Catherine Padilla said Stewart promised the speed bumps she wanted as a safety measure would be approved if she had sex with him. The town approved the speed bumps in 2015. (
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