Show Notes for Thursday April 11, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday April 11, 2019


Dear John,

My boyfriend of more than 3 years broke up with me for things I have done in the past. I have a lot of walls up and trust issues and I hurt him, but never on purpose. How can I earn back his trust? I miss my best friend, my Bambi, my sun and stars and air. I feel like im constantly being pulled under cold water. How can I earn back his trust? Please help me!

Signed – Heartbroken

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April 11th
National Barber Shop Quartet Day
National Submarine Day
National Teach Children to Save Day
National Eight Track Tape Day
National Pet Day
National Cheese Fondue Day
National Support Teen Literature Day
National Alcohol Screening Day

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A survey by the Department of Labor found that jobless claims have fallen to their lowest rate since 1969, with a record number of Americans now employed.

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A 33-year-old Ohio man is facing criminal charges after he reportedly forced his way into a police station and began fighting with officers inside. Y.C. Arnold also attacked a firefighter who happened to be in the Lockland Police Department at the time of the incident. Lockland police Sgt. Chris Moermond said, “I’ve been an officer here for twenty years and never seen nothing like it -- somebody trying to break into a police station. Everyday it’s something different with this job. You don’t know what you’re going to encounter when you come into work.” Arnold continued battling with officers as they attempted to arrest him. Officers reportedly found two baggies of suspected heroin inside his body. He is being held in the Hamilton County Jail on charges of resisting arrest, assault, obstructing official business, and possession of drugs.

Ryan Reynolds has signed on to produce a game show for ABC called “Don’t.”

Over one billion viewers are expected to tune into the final series of “Game Of Thrones” when it begins next week. (

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A rhinoceros poacher was trampled to death by elephants and eaten by lions at Kruger National Park in South Africa. (

Animal rights activists are furious that a baby elephant is being forced to dance to headbanger music at a zoo in Thailand. (

Britney Spears checked herself into a mental health facility after learning of her father Jamie’s illness. (

Prosecutors are now saying that Lori Laughlin and her husband could face two years in prison for their crimes in the college bribery scandal.

A Brooklyn District Attorney plans to introduce a bill that would decriminalize prostitution. (

A video has gone viral of a car slamming into a gym in Culver City, California.

The European Union is implementing an internet safety czar who will force tech companies to shield users from violent content. (

A NASA Probe flew the closest distance to the sun in history Monday and encountered temperatures of 2,372 degrees along the way. (

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The Hindus of India once believed that the Earth was a huge bowl (to keep the oceans from falling off) held up by giant elephants standing on long pillars.


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Police arrested a California Uber driver who was caught on camera trying to burglarize the home of customers he had just taken to the airport. Police in San Mateo say Jackie Gordon Wilson dropped his riders off at the airport last Thursday afternoon. An hour later, he returned to their home and tried to break in until an alarm sounded. The attempt was recorded by the home's doorbell camera. A short time later, a second home nearby was ransacked and several items were stolen. The Ring video doorbell on that home also recorded the suspect. The homes are just a few blocks apart in the same neighborhood. The next night, the investigation led police to Wilson, who was found at his home in the Sacramento suburb of Rancho Cordova. The suspect was wearing the same clothes as he had on during the burglary attempts and had some of items stolen from the second home in his possession. He was arrested and police are investigating his activities to see if he may have been involved in other burglaries. (

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A 25-year-old Florida man named Mustafa Demiray was employed at a 7-Eleven until he made an incredibly stupid decision. Late Saturday evening, Demiray--two weeks into his job at the convenience store--was in the 7-Eleven along with a female employee with whom he had not previously worked. Demiry told cops that the woman kept saying that she was bored and wanted to go home. At one point, the woman sat down on a chair in a “small office/storage room” behind the cash registers. Demiray followed her inside. An arrest affidavit notes that Demiray told investigators that because the woman was bored he decided to pull down his pants, expose himself, and ask for oral sex. Demiray was arrested early Sunday morning on a misdemeanor exposure charge. He was booked into the county jail, where he is being held in lieu of $150 bond. Demiray is scheduled for a court appearance Wednesday. (

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