Show Notes for Thursday July 25, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday July 25, 2019


Dear John,

I have a short and simple letter. I am giving up on Twitter. It all seems to be people fighting and spreading hate. Even the celebrity accounts I follow all sem to be negative now. Sadly, if you disagree with someone you'll have hundreds of strangers threaten you. What happened to society? Why can't we disagree and still be nice to one another? I'm ditching Twitter... I wanted to see if you think Facebook or Instagram would be a better choice or should I leave social media all together?

Signed – FedUp

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A 29-year-old Kingston, Ontario woman has been charged with assault and mischief after her brother was attacked and a parked car was damaged with a pitchfork. Police said a downtown resident was awakened Friday morning by the sound of smashing ceramics to discover his sister throwing objects around their shared living room. The victim tried to leave to call police, but his sister followed him outside and allegedly threw a vacuum at his head. She then punched him in the head and scratched his arm. The victim watched as the accused then picked up a pitchfork and began striking a parked vehicle, damaging the passenger side mirror. When police arrived, they discovered the woman in her underwear, still clutching the pitchfork. She dropped the pitchfork and ran from the police. She was apprehended after trying to “hide in a small plastic children’s pool.” Police said they believed the woman was “under the influence of crystal methamphetamine.” (

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Buckingham Palace insiders are concerned that Prince Andrew’s longtime friendship with Jeffrey Epstein could taint the Royal Family.

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A video has gone viral of Southwest Airline Passengers having a hula hoop contest at Los Angeles international airport. Southwest Employees staged the contest during a delay and let the passengers decide the winner.

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Police are looking for a New Jersey man accused of exposing himself to a woman in a Target parking lot. The incident happened outside the Target on Berlin Cross Keys Road in Sicklerville on July 16th just before 10:00 p.m. Police say the victim got into her car and noticed the driver of the vehicle staring at her and “rapidly” moving his arm. The driver turned on the light inside his car and exposed his genitals. The victim drove away from the suspect’s vehicle as he continued to perform the lewd act. Officials say the man was driving a white Hyundai Veloster. The suspect is believed to be around 25 years old. He has dark hair and was wearing all black. (

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A Mississippi man was arrested last Sunday morning after a Town of Fishkill cop saw him urinate on the side of a gas station. Police said Cody Warner was caught in the act by Officer John Hurtado at 3:39 a.m. at Flory's gas station located. Police added that Warner also had a loaded 45-caliber Ruger handgun. He faces second-degree criminal possession of a loaded firearm. He was arraigned in village court and sent to Duchess County Jail on a $2,500 bail or $5,000 bond. (

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