Show Notes for Saturday September 7 & Sunday September 8, 2019

Show Notes for Saturday September 7 & Sunday September 8, 2019

Dr. Carla Naumberg about her new book - How To Stop Losing Your Sh-t With Your Kids

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September 7
National Beer Lover’s Day
National Neither Snow Nor Rain Day
National Grandma Moses Day
National Acorn Squash Day
National Salami Day
National Grateful Patient Day
National New Hampshire Day
National Tailgating Day
World Beard Day

September 8
National Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Nurses Day
National Ampersand Day
National Pet Memorial Day
National Hug Your Hound Day
National Grandparent’s Day

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A Wedding Trends survey found that a growing number of grooms are passing up traditional wedding bands for bigger and gaudier rings. (

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A search of a Chicken McNuggets container yielded baggies of methamphetamine and fentanyl that were nestled alongside the McDonald’s fried delights, according to Florida police who arrested an alleged poultry/narcotics enthusiast on felony charges. During a 3:15 a.m. encounter at an extended stay hotel in Largo, a Tampa suburb, cops searched a backpack in the possession of Eric Little, a 34-year-old whose rap sheet includes convictions for assault, narcotics possession, and violating probation. Investigators found a used syringe inside the backpack, along with a container of Chicken McNuggets. An examination of the container revealed that it “held McNuggets & approx. 7.5 grams of methamphetamine” and “a bag of fentanyl” weighing 1.3 grams. Little was arrested on a pair of felony narcotics possession charges and a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia count. He was freed last night from the county jail after posting $4150 bond. Little, whose employer is listed in police records as an assisted living facility, is scheduled for a September 5th court appearance. (


Charlize Theron is sporting a BOWL HAIRCUT while she films the next installment of the “Fast and the Furious” franchise. (

Hoda Kotb has returned to the Today Show following her maternity leave.

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A group of researchers from Seattle have created an artificial intelligence robot that was able to pass an 8th grade science test. (

Krispy Kreme is now selling a pumpkin spice, cheesecake filled donut. The fried donuts are filled with pumpkin spiced cheesecake and they’re selling for three ninety nine. (
Dozens of Oregon residents have reported the sighting of a “mystery aircraft” near a military base. (

The city of Stockton, California is giving residents a Universal Basic Income of $500 a month to see how it effects their economy.(

Seven boys were arrested at an Ohio middle school after they put semen in food that was served to teachers. (

A new exhibit at London’s Royal Academy Art Gallery forces visitors to squeeze between a naked man and a naked woman in order to enter. (

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The Largest Earthquake in the U.S. Hit Alaska. Just four years after the world’s largest quake, the U.S. had its worst earthquake—a 9.2-magnitude one that detonated about 75 miles east of Anchorage. It caused tsunamis, avalanches, and landslides—plus eleven aftershocks. Some 139 people died as a result.


A Vegan Woman in Perth, Australia is suing her neighbors in the Supreme Court to make them stop barbecuing because she doesn’t like the smell of meat. (

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Police say a man in Washington reported his truck was stolen — as he happened to be nearby allegedly robbing a store himself. William Kelley called authorities on Sunday around 6:00 a.m. to report that he left his keys on the seat of his red 1992 Chevrolet pickup truck in Kennewick and “someone just stole it.” Kelley said he saw a man riding a bicycle who "discovered the keys and then threw his back bike in the bed of the truck and fled," according to a Facebook post from the Kennewick Police Department. When authorities investigated surveillance video from the area, they noticed a “new fact” — that Kelley “was at the location because he was stealing items from a business across the street.” Kelley was booked into the county jail on a warrant and was charged with burglary for his alleged offense. (

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A Connecticut man was arrested last week after allegedly firing multiple shots into a park full of children. 68-year-old James Denardo was found by police in his Cadillac with two guns — a loaded two-shot Derringer and a 9 mm Beretta — at a busy park in Stamford, Conn., last Wednesday evening following reports of gunfire. Police say they also found around twenty unopened mini bottles of vodka in the car, as well as some that were already empty. When they asked Denardo what he was doing with the guns, he said he "wanted to see how they worked," according to Stamford Police Capt. Richard Conklin. Denardo, whom one neighbor described as nonviolent and "even-tempered," struggled with police at the scene. The scuffle resulted in an injury above his eye, which can be seen in his mug shot. No one in the park was injured by the gunfire. He was sent to prison and charged with fifty counts of first-degree reckless endangerment and twenty-two counts of risk of injury to a minor. (
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