Show Notes for Friday May 3, 2019

Show Notes for Friday May 3, 2019

Today we visit with Ian King about his book “Appetite for Definition: An A-Z Guide to Rock Genres” This is a rock music lover's dream!

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May 3rd
National SAN Architect Day
National Lumpy Rug Day
National Garden Meditation Day
National Specially-Able Pets Day
National Two Different Colored Shoes Day
National Paranormal Day
National Chocolate Custard Day
National Raspberry Pop Over Day
National Textiles Day
National Montana Day
National Space Day
School Lunch Hero Day

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A Polk County sheriff's deputy arrested a Des Moines woman last week for bringing drugs into a jail. A bag of methamphetamine fell out of the pants that 56-year-old Debra Ann Sly was wearing when she turned herself into the Polk County Jail for outstanding warrants last week, earning her a new charge. Sly reported to the jail last week because a warrant has been issued for her arrest on March 27th. Court records show she'd failed to appear for a disposition bond hearing after violating a no-contact order. Sly apparently thought she'd do the right thing and turn herself in, but it ended up going horribly wrong. During the intake process, a small clear plastic baggy containing a white crystalline substance fell out of her pants onto the booking room floor. The substance field-tested positive for methamphetamine. Sly was charged with possession of a controlled substance, a serious misdemeanor, for the mishap.

Kris Jenner revealed that Kim Kardashian’s son, SAINT, was hospitalized because he was allergic to grass. (

Kylie Jenner rented out a billboard in West Hollywood to wish Travis Scott a Happy Birthday. (

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Delta Airlines is testing out coach class seats that recline even less than the current ones. (

A survey by the European Congress found that obese people have a 70% higher risk of developing heart failure. (

A new survey found that one in nine women drink during pregnancy.

Chicago Prosecutor Kim Foxx has been subpoenaed to testify after she was accused of tampering with the Jussie Smollett case. (

An Alabama woman was arrested for calling 9-1-1 and claiming there was a robbery in progress so cops would come to the house and scare her cheating husband and his mistress. (

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Humming Is Good for Your Sinuses
On the other hand, humming, while annoying to the people around you trying to do work, is a good way to fight of sinus infections. Since keeping air flowing steadily between nasal cavities and sinuses is the key to preventing infection, humming is an ideal way to keep them healthy. One study found that humming resulted in a 15-fold increase in nasal nitric oxide in the airflow.


Didaskaleinophobia... Fear of going to school.

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She found herself in quite a pickle. According to ABC News 13 WLOS, a North Carolina waitress was accused of tipping herself over $3,700 at a local eatery. Police say that Leah Wehrmann of Asheville — who works at Juicy Lucy’s Burger Bar and Grill — fraudulently charged amounts ranging from $59.16 to $539.58 on fourteen credit cards, totaling $3,734.28. The Asheville Citizen Times reported that, fortunately, none of the cards were from customers — all were prepaid Visas that she personally purchased. Cops have not released when the transactions occurred. The Juicy Lucy’s server’s alleged fraudulent activity was spotted after she knowingly overcharged the cards. The Citizen Times said Wehrmann was set to appear in court yesterday, where she faces fourteen felony accounts of “obtaining property under false pretense.” According to police, an investigation is ongoing. (

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State police say that a man wanted in Georgia led cops on a two-hour chase across two counties in Indiana that ended just outside a cemetery after asking a homeowner to hide him from authorities. 29-year-old Jackson McClendon of Columbus, Georgia, was arrested Friday on charges of resisting law enforcement with a vehicle and reckless driving following a police chase that stretched across Clay and Vigo counties. McClendon was first spotted by a sergeant in a tan Chevrolet Corvette traveling 86 mph in a 70-mph zone at about 4:15 p.m. on I-70 West. The Corvette then exited the interstate, committing several traffic violations along the way, as Sgt. Jared Nicoson lost track of the car. McClendon then eluded Nicoson a second time as he sped south and then did the same to a deputy in Vigo County. A dispatch center then received a call from a woman who said a tan Corvette pulled into her driveway and parked behind her home before a passenger in the vehicle offered her money if she would help them hide from police. (

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