Show Notes for Thursday January 24, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday January 24, 2019


Dear John,

I like a girl at work. I'm thinking of asking her out for Valentine's Day. Do you think that's a bad idea? I remember last year she said something to me right after Valentine's Day about being home that night. One of the other guys in the office is pretty sure she likes me. We're work friends and we're both single. I thought I could use this chance to ask her out. Here's my idea. I will tell her I remembered talking to her about Valentine's Day last year, then see if she has plans this year. If she does not, I can ask if she'd like to join me! Is that cheesey? Should I steer clear since we work together? I guess you two work together and you're married to each other. I just need some help. I'm way too shy and will probably chicken out even if you tell me to do this.


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January 24
National Compliment Day
National Peanut Butter Day
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Sweet… another reason to drink coffee! That cup of java might serve a purpose beyond giving you a jolt of energy. According to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, caffeine enhances memory.

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Wichita Falls police received a rather unique call Friday morning involving a woman drinking wine in a Walmart parking lot. Employees requested officers to ban a woman from the local Walmart store after she reportedly had been drinking wine from a Pringles can for several hours while riding on an electric cart. The incident began shortly after 9:00 a.m. Friday when officers responded to a call to check on a suspicious person in the parking lot of Walmart. Officer Jeff Hughes, a WFPD spokesperson, said police were told by dispatchers that they were looking for a woman wearing a blue jacket and black pants. The woman was reportedly riding on an electric shopping cart more commonly used for people with physical limitations. Officers were also told she was drinking wine from a Pringle's can. Hughes said the reporting party said the suspect had been riding around in the store's parking lot since 6:30 a.m. while drinking the alcoholic beverage. When officers arrived, they found the woman in a nearby restaurant, at which point she was notified that she had been barred from the Walmart location. (


The producers of “America’s Got Talent” are contemplating the idea of replacing their judges with a new cast. (

Steve Carell is going to star in a Netflix comedy about the making of President Trump’s “Space Force.” (
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A Pentagon report revealed that China is on the verge of fielding some of the most modern weapon systems ever seen. The report says China continues to strengthen its “military space capabilities.” (

Prostitutes in Amsterdam’s Red Light District are complaining about tourists who pose for selfies in front of them. (

Apple is developing a new technology that enables smartphones to detect strokes. (

The nation’s animal shelters are being inundated with a surplus of mini-pigs which, unbeknownst to the people who adopt them, grow to be 200 pounds.


A fire damaged the Washington Studios of CNN Sunday and caused other networks to move production. (

Prince Phillip was warned by UK police for driving without a seatbelt following his car accident on Friday. (

The world’s oldest man has died in Tokyo at the age of 113. (

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Aichmophobia… Fear of needles or pointed objects.

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According to cops who busted him on a grand theft charge, an accused thief claimed that he swiped a pair of Jack Russell terriers for “therapy” reasons. Police allege that 28-year-old Parker Capparelli snatched the animals from their pens on a property in Trilby, Florida. The dog heist occurred around 1:15 a.m. last Tuesday. Capparelli subsequently told an associate that he took the terriers "for therapy reason," adding that he “had not been around a dog in two months and one of them looked like a dog he used to own.” When sheriff’s deputies located Capparelli, he had possession of the dogs. Capparelli reportedly copped to entering the 73-year-old victim’s property and letting the terriers out of their pens, but claimed “the dogs followed him off of the property.” Capparelli was arrested for grand theft. It was the second time in a month that he was nabbed on a felony charge. According to court records, Capparelli was busted in mid-December after allegedly trying to cash $20,000 worth of stolen checks.

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An Ohio man was treated for exposure Sunday after he fled into the woods in single-digit temperatures to avoid police. Authorities said 45-year-old Jason Wasson of Dayton led officers on a two-mile chase shortly after noon in the Town of Busti. According to the National Weather Service, wind chills at the time were well below zero. Deputies went to an address on Orr Street Extension after reports of an unwanted person, but Wasson fled into the woods before they got there. Once located, Wasson was transported to UPMC Hamot in Erie, Pa., for treatment, and then to Chautauqua County Jail for arraignment. According to the police report, two active felony warrants are out for Wasson in the Town of Portland. (


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