Show Notes for Saturday June 1 & Sunday June 2, 2019

Show Notes for Saturday June 1 & Sunday June 2, 2019

Today we talk with Bruce Beehler about his new book "Natural Encounters: Biking, Hiking, and Birding Through the Seasons"

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June 1
World Reef Awareness Day
National Olive Day
National Heimlich Maneuver Day
National Go Barefoot Day
National Nail Polish Day
National Say Something Nice Day
National Penpal Day
National Hazelnut Cake Day
National Black Bear Day
National Bubbly Day
National Prairie Day
National Trails Day

June 2
National Rotisserie Chicken Day
National Rocky Road Day
National Bubba Day
National Leave The Office Early Day
National Cancer Survivor’s Day

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According to a police report, a female defendant accused of introducing contraband into a Florida jail told investigators that she simply forgot about the stash of sedatives nestled between her breasts. 51-year-old Rachel Newbury was busted Friday evening on a warrant charging her with violating terms of a probation sentence she received earlier this year in connection with convictions for theft, battery, larceny, and fraud. A post-arrest pat down located no contraband on Newbury, who reportedly was warned that the introduction of prohibited items into the Pasco County jail would result in a felony charge. It was after Newbury arrived at the lockup that jailers located thirteen Clonazepam pills “between the defendant’s breasts.” Asked about the sedatives, Newbury replied that “she forgot she had them.” She was charged with illegal possession of a controlled substance and introducing narcotics into a detention facility.


Over 12,000 “Game Of Thrones” fans have signed a petition to stop the show runners from making the next “Star Wars” film for fear that that they’ll ruin that too. (

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Officials say Mount Everest is being plagued by dangerous overcrowding because of new climbers who are hoping to get recognized on social media.

Iggy Azalea is threatening to sue her plastic surgeon after topless photos of her leaked online. The surgeon could be facing jail time too.(

US Weekly is reporting that Olivia Jade Giannulli was fully aware that her parents bribed her way into USC and didn’t think there was anything wrong with it. (

A dump truck slammed into Gloria Estefan’s recording studio in Miami late Monday night. (

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There’s a Basketball Court in the Supreme Court Building. Dubbed “The Highest Court in the Land,” the court, on the fifth floor of the Supreme Court Building, is not open to the public and not open on court day, but has been known to host the likes of Byron White and Chief Justice William Rehnquist.


Doraphobia… Fear of fur or skins of animals.

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Officers in Nebraska were looking for a man wanted on two warrants and noticed a person who looked like the suspect. When they approached him, he told them his name was “Deangelo Towns,” but one of the officers quickly realized he was lying.Towns” was wearing a lanyard which had his real name, Markel Towner, on it. As the officers tried to take him into custody, Towner attempted to resist arrest. His family and friends surrounded the officers and attempted to prevent him from being arrested. After several minutes, the deputies were able to get Towner on the ground and placed him in handcuffs. He was taken to jail and charged with resisting arrest, obstructing a government operation, false reporting, child neglect, and third-degree domestic assault.

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A Florida Man accused of stealing $1,450 that was being counted by an Arby’s cashier told police that the money “was like calling out to me” before he grabbed the bills and bolted from the restaurant. Cops charge that 30-year-old Christopher Merrick entered a closed Arby’s in Tarpon Springs around 9:20 a.m. as a female worker was “counting the cash for her cash drawer.” When the employee walked away from the counter, Merrick allegedly grabbed the cash and raced out of the store--with the Arby’s employee on his heels. Merrick, ran to a neighboring McDonald’s, “where he hid in the women’s bathroom.” He was subsequently arrested by Tarpon Springs Police Department officers who found the stolen cash “in the trash can of the stall where the defendant came out from.” Merrick reportedly confessed to the theft, saying, “I saw the money on the counter and it was like calling out to me.” Charged with grand theft, a felony, Merrick is locked up in lieu of $2,000 bond. (
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