Show Notes for Wednesday November 28, 2018

Show Notes for Wednesday November 28, 2018

Today we visit with Tamara Duker Freuman about her new book
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Wednesday November 28, 2018

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A Florida man suffered a gruesome injury late Friday when police said his neighbor bit off one of his fingertips while drinking at a campsite in Big Pine Key. The report said that all that was left of the fingertip was a protruding bone. Doctors at a nearby hospital tried in vain to reattach the digit. 54-year-old Aurelio Rodriguez was reportedly found covered in blood. He was arrested and charged with aggravated battery. Police said the weapon used in the alleged attack was the “suspect’s mouth.” The alleged attack occurred after Rodriguez was joined by a couple who brought a bottle of tequila. The couple reportedly said they noticed Rodriguez had been drinking and was acting “rudely.” At one point, he reportedly fell. The alleged incident occurred when the man who suffered the bite was trying to help Rodriguez up. (
The “Wreck It Ralph” sequel grossed $85 million dollars over the Thanksgiving weekend to take top honors at the Box Office. (
CBS staffers are said to be furious that the network’s investigation into Charlie Rose is still ongoing.(
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Justin Bieber told his fans that he wants to be more like Jesus Christ. (

Model Chrissy Teigen reportedly had a “No feet” clause in her photo deal with Sports Illustrated. (
Hugh Hefner’s iconic silk pajamas are going up for auction this Saturday along with several other items from the Playboy Mansion. The Pajama’s are expected to fetch up to $100,000.

Google has obtained patents for new technology that will monitor our moods, our movements, and our children’s behavior.


A company is now selling Christmas lights for your beard. The company is called “Firebox” (

A survey by found that half of millennials have a side job in order to make ends meet. (

A video has gone viral of a car hitting a Little Caesars restaurant in Florida. (

A New York dog has been found in Florida eighteen months after it disappeared. Little is known about the dog, other than the fact that his name is Sinatra. (

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This football fan’s last dying wish. True story: A lifetime Cleveland Browns fan and season ticket holder requested in his obituary for “six Cleveland Browns pallbearers” at his funeral. Why? “So the Browns can let him down one last time.” Burn! 
The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Hurple (HER-pul)
-To shrug the shoulders up around the neck and creep about shivering in the cold. 

From Middle English hurkelen, hurklen; akin to Dutch hurken to squat, Middle Low German hurken, Middle High German hūren.

Used in a sentence:
“Old Mr. Kringlebum hurples up the hill thinking how delightful a nice warm supper will be when he gets home.”

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A Georgia man is accused of creating a bogus GoFundMe to raise money for a teen football player’s memorial — but then pocketing the funds meant for the grieving family. 22-year-old Justus Hughley was arrested on computer theft charges for allegedly stealing money intended for the family of Dylan Thomas, a Pike County High School linebacker who fatally collapsed Sept. 30th on the field. Thomas was 16-years-old when he sustained a severe brain injury that sent him into cardiac arrest during a high school football game. The Pike County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that they obtained several subpoenas before identifying Hughley as the alleged perpetrator behind the fake GoFundMe page. He allegedly used a bank account in Iowa to transfer funds from the GoFundMe to his personal account. According to officials, authorities arrested Hughley and booked him into Pike County Jail, where he remains without bond. (


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A fight over the popular food storage container Tupperware escalated to an Arizona man shooting his brother. Police said 44-year-old John Murillo fired several shots at his 46-year-old brother, Anthony Murillo, after a heated dispute about the Tupperware dish. Anthony Murillo told police that his younger brother stole his plastic container, causing them to fight over text message about the kitchen item. The older Murillo claimed he returned home and knocked on John’s room to confront him, but his younger sibling shot him through the door. The wounded brother called police and was brought to the hospital in critical condition. Authorities said John Murillo fled the scene, but was later spotted driving slowly outside the home. He reportedly stopped and asked officers whether his older brother was alright. Officers arrested and booked the younger brother at Maricopa County Fourth Avenue Jail, where he is being held on $20,000 bond. He faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, disorderly conduct, and unlawful discharge of a firearm. (
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