Show Notes for Thursday June 13, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday June 13, 2019


Dear John,

My daughter is home from college and she wants to just relax and rest. I'm asking her to get a part time job and help around the house by mowing. Her father is OK with her relaxing all summer so it put me in a position where I'm the “bad cop” and now there's some resentement from my daughter. Should I just get on board the relaxition plan and bite my lip, or should I push for her to help more and get a job this summer?

Signed – OutnumberedMom

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June 13
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An Arkansas man was arrested Sunday afternoon after a homeowner said she discovered him sleeping in her bed, and police reportedly located more than forty grams of psychedelic mushrooms inside his vehicle. According to the probable-cause affidavit, Hot Springs police officer Wes Smith responded to a trespassing call at the Emory Street residence. The caller told Smith that she had found an unknown man sleeping in her bed when she returned home. After running his identification, Smith determined that 40-year-old Jeremy Daryl Cambron had an active warrant for failure to appear in court through the Hot Springs Police Department and was taken into custody and transported to the Garland County Detention Center. During an inventory of the vehicle before towing, Smith located a canvas bag behind the passenger seat that contained fishing lures, accessories, and a large plastic bag. Inside the bag, Smith found what appeared to be approximately 41.9 grams of psychedelic mushrooms.


Alec Baldwin says he is done playing Donald Trump on SNL and that he “can’t imagine he’d do it again.” (

Sophie Turner revealed that she and Maisie Williams used to make out on the set of “Game of Thrones.” (

The Massachusetts judge in Kevin Spacey’s groping case has ordered the victim to turn over his phone as evidence. (

Ozzy Osbourne is doing well following his hospitalization in February. His son, Jack, said that he speaks to Ozzy regularly and the former rocker is in good spirits. (

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Madonna told the New York Times that she preferred life more before the invention of smart phones. (

Doctors for actress Marcia Cross say her anal cancer was caused by the same HPV virus that lead to her husband Tom Mahoney’s throat cancer.

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The word “unfriend” was first used in 1659. When you disconnect with someone on social media, you might say that you’ve “unfriended” them. The now-common word was even the New Oxford American Dictionary Word of the Year in 2009. But it turns out that “unfriend” is much older than you might expect. According to The Globe and Mail, the word “unbefriended” is cited several times in the Oxford English Dictionary beginning in 1629. But it wasn’t until 1659 that Thomas Fuller used the word as we know it today. In his book The Appeal of Injured Innocence, Fuller wrote, “I hope, sir, that we are not mutually Unfriended by this Difference which hath happened betwixt us.”


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The worst way to spend your wedding night is probably getting shot by your new wife’s brother. After multiple disagreements with his new brother-in-law, a groom in North Carolina was reportedly shot in both of his legs after his own wedding ceremony. The brother-in-law, Michael Ray Macy, had also allegedly struck the groom, Kenneth Mills, in the head with the gun. The dispute began during the wedding ceremony. Mills, a 61-year-old man, had gotten married in Rowan County, N.C. — but during the reception, Macy reportedly arrived with his dog, which was apparently not allowed. Mills confronted Macy about the pet before the venue staff intervened and Macy was told that he couldn’t stay with the dog. Apparently, Macy was also supposed to paint the words “just married” on a truck to be driven by the newlyweds, which did not happen. When Mills called Macy to question why he didn’t do it, Macy reportedly responded by saying, “f--- you!” Macy then reportedly drove to Mills’ home, hit him in the head with his gun, and then shot him in both legs. Mills was taken to a nearby hospital where he was treated for his injuries. Macy turned himself in to local authorities and was charged with assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury.

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Two Florida men trying to break into an ATM with a blowtorch apparently made the money inside extra safe instead. Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputies say the men tried to break into a machine on the second floor of the Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island last Friday morning. Surveillance video showed one man wearing a black nose mask and sunglasses, while the other wore a tan hat and a scarf around his face. Deputies say the man in black tried to use a blowtorch to melt the hinges and locks on the ATM, while the other had a crow bar and served as a lookout. But when employees arrived the next morning, they found the ATM, still closed, with the hinges welded shut. Deputies say the people left with nothing. Anyone with information on the break-in is asked to call Emerald Coast Crime Stoppers. (

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