Show Notes for Friday December 13, 2019

Show Notes for Friday December 13, 2019

Today we talk with Jordan Goodman…. America’s Money Answers Man!
Jordan's website -

Sites Mentioned today: (look for better rates on credit cards)

Some of Jordan's books
“The Ultimate Guide To Student Loans” -
“Master Your Debt” -
“Fast Profits In Hard Times” -
TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thank you to
December 13
National Cocoa Day
National Violin Day
National Day Of The Horse
Pick A Pathologist Pal Day
National Guard Birthday
National Salesperson Day

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A study by Northwestern University found that playing sports will give you a sharper mind. (

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After Chippewa Falls police pulled over a man for his 4th OWI, they discovered that his license plates were made out of a beer box. According to a Facebook post from the Chippewa Falls Police Department, Officer Scott Schoenwetter made an arrest for a fourth offense OWI. The registration plates on the suspect's vehicle did not match the vehicle. After looking closer at the plates, Schoenwetter discovered the plates weren't real at all. In fact, they were made of a Hamm's beer box. The suspect is yet to be formally charged. (


Disney is warning that the new Star Wars film, “Rise of Skywalker,” could cause seizures. (

CBS is selling the iconic New York Headquarters it’s been operating in since 1964. They want over a billion dollars. (

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Want to build trust in your romantic relationship? Share your password. A new study (by online security service Comparitech) found that 28 percent of men and 17 percent of women trusted their partners more after sharing their social media passwords with each other. Currently, according to the survey, 47 percent of respondents share their passwords with their better halves.

A video of a car flying through the air and crashing into another vehicle at a Florida Car Dealership has gone viral. (

Walmart has now pulled the COCAINE SANTA sweater that was selling on its Canadian website. Walmart apologized.(

There’s a Facebook hoax that men in white vans are kidnapping women all across the United States for sex trafficking and to sell their body parts. And it’s not helping that the mayor of Baltimore warned in a TV interview that people shouldn’t park “near a white van” because of what he saw “all over Facebook.” There’s been no real evidence of white van women snatchers in Baltimore — or anywhere else in the U.S. Earlier this year — way back in March — 20 people in France were arrested after gangs of vigilantes attacked a group of people in Paris after false reports that they were responsible for abductions in the area using white vans.

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The average person walks the equivalent of five times around the world in their lifetime. Assuming the average person lives until they’re 80, they will walk about 110,000 miles in their lifetime. The circumference of the equator is 24,900 miles.


Dateline.... FinlandFinland has approved the world’s youngest female Prime Minister, 34-year-old Sanna Marin. (

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A Florida man was recently sent a parking ticket seven years after committing the violation. The city of Tampa changed its citation system and is flagging unpaid violations that might have slipped through the cracks. “The policy is wrong,” Joe Reeser, who paid a $40 violation from 2012 recently, told WFLA. “I don’t know how many other people they’re dinging on this. What’s to say that tomorrow they don’t send me something from 15 years ago?” WFLA reported that because the car he was driving was leased, the city initially sent the violation to a finance company. Many believe there should be a statute of limitations for tickets like this. (

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According to Florida Cops, a seasonal UPS worker was recently arrested and charged with stealing parcels containing more than $1,000 worth of electronics. 18-year-old Emmanuel Reggin was busted on a felony grand theft charge. Reggin allegedly swiped packages that were supposed to be delivered in the Miami area. The teenager is accused of stealing two Kindles, an iPad, and a laptop. He was released on bond yesterday and is scheduled for arraignment on January 2nd. Although you can’t see it now, you gotta check out this guy’s hair. It’s insane! (

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 Miami woman was arrested for arson after she tried to set her daughter’s principal’s car on fire ….. FAKE NEWS

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Bone Marrow Donor Is Moved To Tears When He Meets The Young Girl He