Shark Week is this week on the Discovery Channel and they’re calling it the most expensive season ever filmed. This season is said to include several near death experiences for the crew. (https://nyp.st/2ydHz2w)
“Avengers: Endgame” has broken “Avatar’s” all-time global box office record with over $2.8 billion in ticket sales.(https://nbcnews.to/2GkhQd0)
The “Top Gun” sequel has dropped the Japanese and Taiwanese Flags from the film in an effort to appease the CHINESE Government. (https://bit.ly/2JLbVA0)
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A California man driving in the carpool lane was busted after police discovered he had a female dummy wearing a Los Angeles Angels jersey in the passenger seat of his car. (https://bit.ly/2OfUcow)
A Florida man was arrested for stealing a car after he broke in and couldn’t drive stick. (https://bit.ly/2ZegKXX)
The Australian Border Force confiscated one million dollars worth of liquid methamphetamines that were stored inside snow globes. (https://bit.ly/2Gq9mB2)
Nearly 1,000 ISIS militants have escaped Syria and are now waging a low level insurgency in Iraq.(https://bit.ly/2Y5Vt13)
An audience member was ejected from the Broadway play “Frankie and Johnny” after he snapped a nude picture of Audra McDonald during a sex scene.
A video has gone viral of passengers stranded on top of a roller coaster at Six Flags in Maryland. They were two hundred feet up at the top of the hill. Passengers were forced to wait almost three hours, but it hasn’t hurt the park’s attendance one bit. (https://bit.ly/2Lwaebs)
The Miss America Pageant is leaving Atlantic City, New Jersey and will now be held in Uncasville, Connecticut. (https://nyp.st/30Sj86W)
Tim Tebow dropped $2.9 million dollars on a Florida Mansion.
Billy Joel brought a blind teenage pianist onstage to perform with him at his New York concert on Monday night.(https://pge.sx/2OfcK8w)
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Space smells like a Nascar race—a mix of hot metal, diesel fumes, and barbecue. If you were ever able to use your sniffer in space, you’d discover that it smells like a mixture of hot metal, diesel fumes, and barbecue. That’s all thanks to compounds called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons that emanate from dying stars. According to Louis Allamandola, the founder and director of the Astrophysics and Astrochemistry Lab at NASA Ames Research Center, the stinky molecules “seem to be all over the universe… And they float around forever,” he told Popular Science.
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