Show Notes for Saturday November 24 & Sunday November 25, 2018

Show Notes for Saturday November 24 & Sunday November 25, 2018

we have an interview with Green America’s Climate & Recycling Director Beth Porter. We will talk to her about her NEW BOOK "Reduce, Reuse, Reimagine: Sorting Out the Recycling System"

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November 24th
National Sardines Day
Small Business Saturday – Saturday After Thanksgiving

November 25th
National Parfait Day

Shopping Reminder Day

Saturday November 24, 2018

"Nothing works better than just improving your product." --Joel Spolsky

Sunday November 25, 2018

"The real opportunity for success lies within the person and not in the job." --Zig Ziglar

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Police say that a female wedding crasher was arrested Sunday evening after barging onto the dance floor at a Florida Lions Club while “the bride and groom were having their last dance.” Investigators charge that 46-year-old Christine Chandler slipped into the Treasure Island venue around 10:00 p.m. on Sunday. The uninvited Chandler, who lives across the street from the club, “entered through a gate on the side of the building.” Once inside, Chandler “proceeded to enter the dance floor and began dancing while the bride and groom were having their last dance.” Guests asked Chandler to leave and “guided her towards the exit.” Chandler departed the Lions Club, but subsequently “returned and entered the middle of the dance floor,” which was filled with wedding guests. She was again escorted to the front exit, where she was encountered by police. Witnesses told cops that Chandler was “belligerent” and caused a scene at the reception. Charged with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, Chandler was released from jail Monday afternoon upon posting $150 bond. Chandler’s rap sheet includes numerous arrests, including collars for battery, theft, trespass, disorderly conduct, and disorderly intoxication. (

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A consumer protection group named the “Black Panther Slash Claw” as the most dangerous holiday toy of the year. (

Police in Santa Anna, California are looking for a woman who choked a McDonald’s manager because they were out of ketchup. (

A West Virginia town is being plagued by a mob of drunk raccoons who got plastered by eating crab apples. (

The IRS could examine the finances of the British Royals because Meghan Markle is still a U.S. Citizen who owes taxes on the income she receives with Prince Harry. (

Justin Bieber and his California neighbor reached an undisclosed financial settlement from a 2013 incident in which Bieber egged the man’s house. The man and his wife sued for emotional distress over Bieber’s behavior during the egging.(

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

-Marked by restraint especially in the consumption of food or alcohol; also : reflecting such restraint.
-Sparing or moderate in eating and drinking; temperate in diet.
-Characterized by abstinence.

Borrowed from Latin abstemius, (from ab- ‘from’ + a word related to temetum ‘alcoholic drink’) + -ous. First Known Use: 1609

Used in a sentence:
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An out of control passenger on a Southwest Airlines flight to Newark was arrested Monday evening for displaying “erratic behavior,” the airline said. The unidentified flyer caused a commotion on Flight 864 from Ft. Lauderdale. It’s unclear exactly what he did — but some passengers tweeted that a man on their flight arriving in Newark tried to exit the aircraft and attacked a stewardess. One Tweeter wrote, “My recap home… guy tried departing the plane, guy attacks Stewardess, guy gets zip-tied, swarmed by police and arrested… OH MY PLANE WAS DELAYED.” The man’s behavior prompted the crew to call local law enforcement who met the plane and cuffed the unruly passenger. The airline reported that luckily nobody was injured during the incident.(

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Police say a man was wandering through Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, Missouri last Tuesday night after it had closed, acting odd and refusing to leave. 37-year-old Joseph L. Binford was flailing his arms about and talking to people who weren't there. When a zookeeper confronted him, the man allegedly commanded the zoo animals to eat the zookeeper. The animals — identified by a zoo spokeswoman as cheetahs — ignored his commands. Two officers responded to the zoo and they found Binford on a grassy hill. According to court documents, Binford was screaming unrecognizable statements about “God” and “Lucifer,” while holding a silver object in each hand. Police commanded Binford to drop the objects, documents say, but Binford, like the cheetahs, did not obey commands. Instead, documents say Binford ran up to one of the officers and hurled the silver object — later determined to be a dinner fork — at him. The officers eventually used Tasers on Binford and arrested him, though during a struggle he appeared to grab for an officer's gun. He is being held in Jail on a $12,500 bond for disarming an officer, fourth-degree assault, and first-degree trespassing. (
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