Show Notes for Monday January 14, 2019

Show Notes for Monday January 14, 2019

It's another #MovieStarMonday as we talk with Diane Franklin. She was the French foreign exchange student “Monique” in the 80s classic “Better Off Dead” also one of the princesses from “Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures” and was in the teen daughter in the second Amityville movie... plus in a very cool scenario, she is now the MOM in the new Amityville movie.

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January 14
National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day
National Dress Up Your Pet Day
Ratification Day
National Clean Off Your Desk Day


A CNBC Survey found that 78% of Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

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A patron was arrested after causing a disturbance at a Florida café when he was served a Philly cheesesteak sandwich on a sesame seed bun. According to investigators, 27-year-old Joseph Lagana was collared yesterday afternoon at the Gunn Highway Flea Market in Odessa, a Tampa suburb. As detailed in a complaint affidavit, Lagana “began a verbal altercation” with a cashier after “getting a sesame seed bun on a Philly cheesesteak.” Lagana ordered the cheesesteak from Missy Mae’s Café inside the flea market. The classic Philly cheesesteak comes on a smooth, seed-free hoagie roll. Cops say that after Lagana argued with the cashier, he “engaged in an altercation with a male who did not wish to press charges for battery.” When sheriff’s deputies questioned Lagana, he “was being loud and argumentative to multiple patrons at the flea market.” Lagana, who appeared “heavily intoxicated evidenced by slurred speech and loss of fine motor skills,” was arrested for disorderly intoxication, a misdemeanor. Lagana’s rap sheet includes a multitude of arrests for crimes like battery, burglary, and criminal mischief. (


The reality show “Temptation” Island is rebooting in Canada this spring.

Kourtney Kardashian posted that they had a flat tire in a snowstorm and Kim threw some shade commenting, “If I were invited I would have changed the tire.” (

A judge dismissed Ashley Judd’s sexual harassment claim against Harvey Weinstein. (
The Wendy Williams Show” is returning to live shows next week instead of this week because she wants her fractured shoulder to be pain free. Http://

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An Ohio substitute teacher was arrested for fondling himself in front of students in the classroom.

A self driving Tesla killed a robot that it hit in the road at the Consumer Electronics Store in Las Vegas. They were saying on the news that this robot rents for $2000 an hour in Vegas.

Apple announced that it’s cutting production in China by 10% for the first quarter of 2019.

A New York woman gave birth in the back of a taxi Tuesday during the morning rush hour. (

An Illinois man surprised his wife with a new engagement ring on their 67th wedding anniversary. (

A video has gone viral of a 14-month-old Chinese girl riding a hover board.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has purchased a $250 million yacht that’s the size of a football field.
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Olfactophobia… Fear of smells.

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Three men were arrested for kidnapping in Vernal, Utah after one of the men allegedly became upset over a missing bandana. 25-year-old Cody Joseph Alvarez, 24-year-old Kevin Lainer Walker, and 19-year-old Dylon Ray Smuin were each arrested six counts of aggravated kidnapping. This past Saturday, just before 11:30 p.m., Vernal police and Uintah County sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a man being held hostage. The alleged victim had contacted another person “via Facebook Messenger and stated that there was a large male subject with glasses and a gun holding him hostage.” He asked the person to “call law enforcement and to tell them to hurry because he was tripping out.” When police arrived, the man who had contacted the friend answered the door. He told officers that Alvarez had come over to his residence and “pulled a black pistol with a tactical light out of his backpack.” The report states that Alvarez put the gun away, but later became upset that his bandana was missing. The victim told police that “That is when Cody pulled the gun out again as he stated nobody was leaving until he got his bandana back.”

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Cops reported that a 79-year-old Ohio man called police to complain about the quality of “sexual services” rendered by a pair of prostitutes he paid $500 to visit his home. The elderly man, who lives in a Cleveland suburb, dialed 9-1-1 on January 3rd to report a robbery. The john, identified in a police report as William Batts, said that while the hookers “did perform some sexual services,” the duo “failed to meet expectations.” Thankfully, police did not further describe the elderly man’s carnal desires. During a conversation with a police dispatcher, Batts said that he was “in the process of getting robbed” by “two ladies” who took $500 from his wallet. By the time cops arrived at the complainant’s home, the prostitutes had departed. Batts told officers that he had met the women through a friend in Cleveland. He described the hookers as “African American females, approximately 40 years old, and dressed all in black. Batts said one woman was about 5’ 7”, while the second hooker, named Keisha, “is the short fat one.” Though the pensioner contended he had been victimized, officers explained that his unsatisfactory encounter with the women did not constitute an actual robbery attempt. (

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