Show Notes for Saturday November 23 & Sunday November 24, 2019

Show Notes for Saturday November 23 & Sunday November 24, 2019

Today we talk with Jordan Goodman, America's Money Answers Man. He has updated his website with a BUNCH of new information and tools.

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thank you to
November 23
National Cashew Day
National Eat a Cranberry Day
National Espresso Day
National Adoption Day

November 24
National Sardines Day

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A new survey found that the United States has over one million same sex households. (

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Two Arkansas chemistry professors have been arrested for allegedly making meth in a case being likened to TV hit “Breaking Bad.” 45-year-old Terry David Bateman and 40-year-old Bradley Allen Rowland were arrested Friday afternoon and face charges of manufacturing methamphetamine and using drug paraphernalia. It closely resembles the plot of the TV hit show whose central character, Walter White, was a teacher who turned to drug production. Officials did not say where the professors at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia are alleged to have produced the drugs. However, the investigation coincided with a science lab at the university being forced to close early last month over reports of an “undetermined chemical odor.” Tests found benzyl chloride, a chemical closely monitored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration which can be used to synthesize amphetamines. The two professors were put on administrative leave on October 1st. They were arrested Friday afternoon by Clark County Sheriff’s Department. Both are expected to appear in District Court once a formal charging decision is made by the prosecutor.(


Tom Hanks revealed that a test on revealed that he’s actually related to Mr. Rogers. Yes, it turns out Hanks is technically Mr. Rogers’ sixth cousin. (

“Star Trek 4” is officially on the way with the Fargo series creator as its director.
The film is expected to gross over $200 million. (

Jennifer Lopez was just announced as the new global face of Coach.

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CHIK-FIL-A announced that it will no longer donate to charities that have anti-LGTBQ views. (

Southern California has gotten hit with its first significant rainstorm of the season. (

A Florida man was arrested for punching a little league umpire in the face at his nephew’s little league game. (

The Chinese Army has been firing tear gas canisters in an effort to round up protesters in Hong Kong. (

A video of a dog driving a car in Thailand has gone viral. (

The New York City Sexy Taxi Drivers Calendar” is saying goodbye with a final saucy edition. (

A video of a bear eating out of a garbage can in California has gone viral. Police say the male bear was caught on camera just outside of San Francisco.(

A video of a tractor trailer jackknifing on a Chicago highway and nearly hitting a state trooper has gone viral. (

A growing number of Chinese parents are now checking their baby’s DNA to see if the kid will become a prodigy when it grows up. (

The Taliban has released a U.S. hostage and an Australian hostage in exchange for three prisoners being held by America. (

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Los Angeles's full name is El Pueblo de Nuestra Senora la Reina de los Angeles de Porciuncula. The original name was quite a mouthful. It translates to “town of our lady the Queen of Angels of the River Porciuncula.” Now, Los Angeles is just “The Angels.”

Dateline.... IranIran has almost entirely disconnected from the internet in an effort so slow down the nationwide protests. (

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Two women stole a pair of guinea pigs from a Kentucky pet store and tossed one of them at the owner during their escape. 21-year-old Isabelle Mason and 19-year-old and Jaimee Pack were slapped with multiple charges following the bizarre incident that took place at Pet Paradise in Danville. Owner Scott Gonyaw told TV station WKYT that Mason and Pack took the guinea pigs from the store without paying for them. Gonyaw tried to confront them. “I started screaming at them, ‘Give me the guinea pigs!’ And the other little girl reached down, got one of them out of the bag went to give it out to me, and the other girl pulled her back into the car,” Gonyaw told the station. He said that one of the suspects rolled down a window and threw a four-month-old guinea pig named Lucky onto the concrete. The other woman ran over Gonyaw’s foot with the car. Even though the suspects got away, they were ratted out by one of their mothers, who called the police. Mason and Pack were charged with shoplifting, robbery, and cruelty to animals and are being held at the Boyle County Detention Center.

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A Florida man was arrested on Friday for allegedly slugging an umpire in the face at his nephew’s little league baseball game. 22-year-old Alberto Ramos disagreed with one of the ump’s calls and confronted him after the game to complain. Things escalated, with Ramos raising his voice and the umpire asking him to leave the ballpark. Instead of leaving, the hothead began raging, telling the ump that he would “kick his ass.” He then punched the ump in the face, cutting the man’s lip and breaking one of his teeth. Sherriff Grady Judd said, “This is completely inexcusable — assaulting a little league official while he’s officiating at a game where children are supposed to be having fun, and learning sportsmanlike behavior.” Ramos was charged with one count of felony battery of a sports official and released on a $1,000 bond. (

I read a headline and Heidi (and you) need to guess if the story is FAKE NEWS or something that really happened in the state of FLORIDA.

A Port St. Lucie woman was arrested for shoplifting at Wal Mart after putting a twelve-pack of Coors Lights in her five-year-old daughter’s Barbie Backpack ….. FAKE NEWS

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After Near Extinction, Humpback Whales Are Thriving In The South Atlantic