Show Notes for Thursday March 21, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday March 21, 2019


Dear John,

I need to keep this annonymous because I don't want to cause a problem. I have been working at the same place now for seven years. I love it here and I love the people I work with. I was recently passed over for a promotion, but I'm still happy where I am. My boyfriend was upset when I missed out on the promotion and he let a friend know about it. The company where the friend works has reached out to me about joining them. It would compete with my current job, but I'd make way more money. I've been selling against them now for seven years an have never been impressed with them. Do I take the job and try to help make improvements there or do I stay here where I'm comfortable and just say no.

Signed – Just Wondering

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According to court documents, an Arizona man has been charged with felony criminal trespassing after he allegedly entered a woman's home and made tortillas. Jerry Christopher Drane was arrested at the apartment in early March. Officers were called to the area for a report of a residential burglary at around 7:17 p.m. According to one of the two women who live at the apartment, she was in her bedroom when she smelled burning in the kitchen. She went to the kitchen and saw Drane standing there, cooking tortillas on the top of the electric stove. Eventually, the two women yelled at Drane to leave the apartment. Drane complied, but took a can of soup with him as he left and consumed the soup on the balcony in front of the apartment. Court documents say officers detected an odor of alcohol in Drane's breath when he spoke, and he also had bloodshot, watery eyes, slurred speech, and was unable to stand straight up without swaying. (

Paris Jackson was hospitalized after she attempted suicide over the weekend in what some people are calling a reaction to the documentary, “Leaving Neverland.” Paris was seen leaving the hospital on Sunday.(

“Glee” actor Jesse Luke has been charged with a DUI after he was arrested in December. (
Tom Hatten, host of “Popeye and Friends,” has died in Los Angeles at the age of 92. (
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The British Government is preparing to launch an age block on pornography that will make it impossible for underage kids to access adult websites in the UK. (

The Queen on England vetoed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s attempt to set up a global philanthropy brand that would run independently of the Royal Family. (

This week marks the 25th anniversary of Michael Jordan leaving the NBA to play minor league baseball. (

A video has gone viral of a Texas man driving down the highway with a horse in the back of his pickup truck. People are upset with the owner but it’s technically legal. (

Diana Ross had security eject a belligerent fan who poked her while she sang at her New York Concert. (

Mike Myers dropped $9,000 on a one-of-a-kind dress for his wife Kelly Tisdale. (

Major League Baseball is planning to
give one million dollars to the winner of this year’s Home Run Derby at the All-Star Game. (

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A New Jersey man says he has returned an overdue library book — 50 years after he first borrowed it. Fair Lawn resident Harry Krame says he checked out “The Family Book Of Verse” by Lewis Gannet from his school library when he was 13 and Lyndon Johnson was president. The now 63-year-old Krame found the book recently while cleaning out his basement and felt guilty about keeping it overdue for all those years. Memorial Middle School Vice Principal Dominick Tarquinio says a late fee at today’s rate would be about $2,000, but says the district will let it slide. School librarian Susan Murray says she plans to use the book for a display to teach students about returning books. (

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A man trying to kill a cockroach ended up with a bullet wound in his foot on Tuesday morning at a home in Detroit. Police said the 50-year-old man, who uses a wheelchair, threw his shoe at the cockroach in an effort to kill the bug. However, his revolver was inside the shoe. The gun fell out of the shoe, discharged, and a bullet struck him in his foot. His condition was not known during the early morning on Tuesday. (


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