Show Notes for Thursday October 3, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday October 3, 2019

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Dear John,

My parents mean well, but they won't let me live my own life. I feel like they want to keep me as “their little girl” forever. I'm 26 years old. I live on my own. I have a job. I pay my own bills. But my parents seem to want to make decisions for me. They talked me into buying the car they liked. They went with me to find an apartment and my mother was so picky I am amazed my landlord even let me move in. They talked me out of getting a dog. Now my mom keeps trying to play match-maker and wants me to date someone she approves of. I'm about ready to take a job a few hundred miles away like my brother did. I'm afraid they would probably follow me. Any advice? I love my parents. I just want to be able to live my own life!

Drowning Daughter

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A Florida motorist who has been busted a dozen times for driving without a valid license led cops on a 15-mph chase before getting his fifth DUI. Gordon Ormond’s Thursday night joy ride ended with police popping three of his van’s four tires and taking him into custody. “I have no license. I’m driving on a suspended license,” Ormond confessed on police video after assuring Pasco County Sheriff’s deputies, also saying “I’m a very good guy.” Ormond, shirtless and flashing a big smile in his mugshot, was driving erratically, albeit at 15-mph, when police spotted the 56-year-old man. When officers attempted to pull over Ormond, the repeat offender continued driving and struck a basketball hoop in a suburban driveway. He increased his speed to 35-mph before officers laid a spiked strip in the road, which punctured all but one of Ormond’s tires and ended the low speed chase. (

Disney Unveiled the new trailer for “Frozen 2.”(

Four Thousand “Mad Max” fans have gathered in the Mojave Dessert for a post-apocalyptic festival.(

Netflix confirmed that “Stranger Things” is going to return for a fourth season. (

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A Florida woman was arrested for drinking White Claw while she was driving.

China is doubling its number of troops in Hong Kong to deal with a growing number of protesters in the city’s downtown area. (

A roller coaster derailed at a Mexican Theme Park, killing two people. (

NASA rejected Elon Musk’s claim that his new rocket could take humans on a flight around the earth by next year. NASA said Elon Musk’s claims are ridiculous. (

White Castle is now selling its own beer. (

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China unveiled a nuclear missile that it claims can strike the United States in thirty minutes. Tuesday was China’s 70th Anniversary as a Republic.

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A Sonoma County man suspected of stalking his former girlfriend fled police by running into one of Northern California’s largest corn mazes over the weekend, eluding them for nearly two hours in the Halloween attraction before he finally was arrested. Six officers from the Petaluma Police Department entered the Petaluma Pumpkin Patch corn maze — a massive agricultural labyrinth four acres in size with dense corn stalks up to 10 feet high. They were searching for 29-year-old Ryan Kenneth Watt, a Petaluma transient who was suspected of violating a restraining order to harass a former girlfriend the night before, and who had run across Highway 101 when officers came asking about him Saturday morning at a homeless encampment. After searching for nearly two hours, officers still couldn’t find Watt. They were ready to give up, but about twenty feet from the edge of the maze was a chicken coop. A policeman said, “One of our officers kicked the door in, and there he was.” (

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A misheard word led authorities to evacuate a Florida high school last Thursday morning. Wednesday afternoon at Marianna High School, a student’s family member called a staff member stating the student had items in their bookbag that were inappropriate. The caller stated the student had a “bong” in the book bag, however the Jackson County School District say the word was misheard, prompting an emergency evacuation. “The investigation has determined the staff member misheard the word during the telephone conversation,” officials wrote in a press release. Instead of “bong,” the staff member apparently heard “bomb.” There's a clear difference between the two: A bong is a tool used to smoke tobacco or marijuana while a bomb is a deadly weapon. (

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