Show Notes for Friday June 14, 2019

Show Notes for Friday June 14, 2019

Today we visit with Jordan Goodman…. America’s Money Answers Man!

Sites Mentioned today:

One of Jordan's books - “Master Your Debt” -

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June 14
Army Birthday
International Bath Day
National Strawberry Shortcake Day
National Pop Goes the Weasel Day
National Flag Day
National Bourbon Day
National New Mexico Day
Wear BLUE Day
National Flip Flop Day

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A survey by Public Health England found that Gonorrhea rates are doubling amongst people 65 and older because of divorce and dating APPS.
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The worst outcome of a drinking game is usually the losers drink more than they want. But in a drinking game that 41-year-old Belinda Latice Adams told St. Lucie County sheriff’s deputies on May 24th she was playing, the stakes appeared to be a bit higher. The affidavit states that Adams told deputies “the rules of the game were that the loser had to stab themselves with a screwdriver.” Deputies learned about the incident after a student at an elementary school disclosed that a family member had been bleeding. Adams, of Fort Pierce, said her opponent “stabbed himself because he lost the game.” Meanwhile, the man told investigators he got a wound on his shoulder because he fell. When asked about the drinking game, he said he played it. He said he lost, thus told Adams to stab him. So, she did. Adams, listed as unemployed, was arrested on a felony aggravated battery charge. (

The Elton John film, “Rocketman,” has been banned from the country of Samoa because of its gay scenes. (

Cuba Gooding Jr. is being accused of groping a woman at a New York City Club. (

Grandma Mary Duggar has passed away at age 73 in Arkansas.

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A video has gone viral of a deer running through a restaurant in Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Luckily, no one was hurt and they’ve since re-opened. The real story is that the restaurant was under construction and the female deer took off after five minutes.(

Madonna and Bruce Springsteen are both dropping new albums on Friday, June 14th. People are acting surprised it’s happening on the same day.

Organizers of the “Woodstock 50 Festival” have lost their concert site after the town of Watkins Glen, New York pulled out. (

Britney Spear’s dad, Jamie, filed for conservatorship for Britney in Louisiana. Conservatorships allow someone else to make decisions about those who are very ill or who can’t think for themselves. (

The American Medical Association voted to let minors override their parents objections to vaccinations. (

A group of scientists turned a can of Miller Lite into a fully functional video game controller. (

A Florida woman was arrested for squeezing her boyfriends genitals so hard that they bled. (

The city of Denver is developing a pilot program that would let civilians respond to certain types of 9-1-1 calls. (

A Florida man who was arrested for drug possession denied that the cocaine on his nose was his. (

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It’s against the law to die in the town of Longyearbyen, Norway. According to IFL Science, “Even if you’ve lived [in Longyearbyen, Norway] all your life, if you are terminally ill, you will be flown off the island to live out the rest of your days. If you do happen to die suddenly in Longyearbyen, your body will be buried elsewhere.” That’s because, in 1950, it was discovered that bodies in the local cemetery in Longyearbyen were not decomposing as usual because there was so much permafrost in the area. That meant that viruses could survive in the human remains and eventually infect those living nearby when the ground thawed each year.


Olfactophobia… Fear of smells.

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A 47-year-old man in Beersheba, the largest city in Israel’s Negev desert, has been arrested for aggravated robbery after stealing nearly 30,000 Israeli shekels (about $8,300 U.S.) from two banks in the region. His weapon of choice? An avocado. The man entered a Postal Bank at the Big Beersheba shopping mall last month and gave the teller a note demanding all the cash at the counter. “Hand over the money in the drawer,” read the note, which was written in Hebrew, and misspelled “drawer.” The cashier reportedly hesitated, to which the man said, “Put the money in the bag quickly or I’ll throw this grenade.” The “grenade” he threatened to detonate was, in fact, a whole avocado painted black. The stunt scored him over NIS 16,000 ($4,450) cash. Five days later, the man walked into another Postal Bank branch using the same tactic. Security cameras spotted the man, wearing hats, sunglasses, and even an eye patch in an attempt to disguise himself. Using cellphone location records, police were able to track the crafty bandit. (

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A Virginia man has been tried by a judge after biting off his grandfather’s fingertip and swallowing it during an argument. The digit was never recovered. The Roanoke Times reports 23-year-old Aaron Michael Adams was charged with malicious wounding and aggravated malicious wounding in the attack on Mark Douglas Lyle. Judge Chris Clemens found sufficient evidence to convict Adams, but said he’ll wait until sentencing in September to determine whether to apply the tougher charge. Roanoke police responding to the December 2017 attack said they found Lyle with his left-hand bleeding and the tip of his index finger missing. The left-handed grandfather testified that the two men argued that night and Adams bit his fingertip clean off. Adams testified that he was defending himself. (
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