Show Notes for Monday June 24, 2019

Show Notes for Monday June 24, 2019

It's a #MovieStarMonday with Robert Romanius, MIKE DIMONE from Fast Times At Ridgemont High! We spoke with him at 80s in The Desert. He will also be at 80s in The Sand once again. FIRST TIME GUESTS get a $200 discount through

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June 24
National Pralines Day

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A study from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences discovered the earliest residue from marijuana, dating back to the year 4,000 B.C. (

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A 21-year old man was charged Thursday after police say he called 9-1-1 after being kicked out and banned for life from a bar in New Jersey last month. Randie Bangart, of Hackettstown, is facing a fourth-degree charge of calling 9-1-1 without needing the service. According to police, on May 25th, shortly after 11:30 p.m., police responded to Marley's Gotham Grill on Main Street in reference to a dispute. While officers were responding, 9-1-1 received a call from a man named “Randie” complaining about being kicked out of the bar. When police arrived at the bar, they allegedly say Banghart outside yelling and cursing at bar staff. Officers determined he was intoxicated and was charged with disorderly conduct related to the alleged incident. (

CBS’ new dating show, “Love Island,” will run five nights a week this summer. They’re the first network to air the same dating show five nights a week.

MTV announced that “Lindsay Lohan’s Beach House” is being canceled after one season. (

The Hollywood box office is being dragged down by a wave of comedies that tanked with fans. (

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U.S. Senators were briefed Thursday on a slew of UFO sightings by Navy Pilots in recent years.(

A patent for Amazon’s newest drone says it could be used to spy on your home. (

A Baltimore School Teacher has been arrested after she used snow cones to lure a teenage boy into having sex with her. The teacher received five years in prison. (

Police in Southern California have deployed crime fighting robots to patrol the streets and report crimes. (

A Syrian refugee was arrested in Pittsburgh for planning an attack on a Christian church. (

The Iranian Government warned the United States that it’s, QUOTE, “totally ready and prepared for war” after shooting down one of our drones in international air space. (

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There are 10 quintillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000) insects alive at any time.
Unfortunately for anyone who’s afraid of bugs, the creepy (yet crucial) critters certainly hold their own population-wise. There are around 900,000 known species of insects on Earth and an estimated 10 quintillion (10,000,000,000,000,000,000) of them alive at any given time.


Olfactophobia… Fear of smells.

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A little league game turned into a giant brawl between parents and coaches in Colorado — and cops are looking to identify the participants. Police said, “These coaches and parents, unhappy with a baseball game involving 7-year-olds and a 13-year-old umpire, took over the field and began assaulting each other.” Several people were injured during the melee, including one seriously, and four people have been cited for disorderly conduct. But police particularly want to identify one man seen wearing a white shirt and teal shorts who punched another man as he stood near a fence while he wasn’t looking. According to the station, he could face assault charges. Police spokesman John Romero said, “I think the saddest part in all of this is we’re talking about a 7-year-old baseball game. I think it’s the parents who have to grow up.” (

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A man attempting to smuggle a flock of singing finches was caught in customs on Sunday at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City. 39-year-old Francis Gurahoo was charged with trying to smuggle approximately 34 finches from Guyana into the United States. Gurahoo, of Connecticut, concealed each live bird in a plastic hair curler in his carry-on bag. According to the complaint, Gurahoo told prosecutors he planned to sell the suitcase of birds for about $100,000, at a going rate of about $3,000 for each bird. Guyanese finches are known to be used for “singing contests” in Brooklyn and Queens. Gamblers set the songbirds against each other and bet on their voices. Prosecutors said that when a bird becomes a champion, its value can spike to over $5,000.

What do these 3 things have in common:
a gymnast, a decathlete and a bank
(They have VAULTS)

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Scientists Are Using Music To Help Build The Brains Of Premature Babies