Show Notes for Saturday January 18 & Sunday January 19, 2020

He has a new movie coming out in 2020 Showdown on the Brazos

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thank you to
January 18
National Use Your Gift Card Day
National Michigan Day
National Peking Duck Day
National Thesaurus Day
National Winnie The Pooh Day

January 19
World Quark Day
National Popcorn Day

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A survey by ORKIN found that Washington, D.C. is the city with the most bed bugs in America. New York used to top the list. (
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A Belleview man is accused of urinating in bed during a rampage that started when a lady friend asked him to move over. 40-year-old Daymon Edward Jolin was charged with simple domestic battery after the incident. According to the police report, the victim told a Belleview Police officer that she and Jolin had been arguing and that he had been drinking. The victim said she was lying in bed with Jolin when she asked him to move over. She said when Jolin didn’t move, she told him it was her bed and he doesn’t own it. The victim said at that point, Jolin urinated in the bed while she was still in it. The victim said she asked Jolin to leave and he became very aggressive, punching the bedroom TV and cracking the screen. Jolin was arrested and taken to the Marion County Jail, where he was released on $500 bond. (

CBS has green lit a “Silence Of The Lambs” spinoff called “Clarice.” (

“Joker” topped all films with eleven Oscar Nominations, while “The Irishman,” “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,” and “1917” all got ten a piece. (

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An 86-year-old South Carolina man was busted for armed bank robbery. (

The world’s richest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, is being slammed for donating just $690,000 towards the Australian brushfires. (

Pinterest passed Snapchat as the third-biggest social media platform in the U.S. in 2019, per eMarketer.

Amazon notified its third-party merchants that they can resume using FedEx's Ground network to ship Prime orders, reports the WSJ. Amazon instituted a ban almost a month ago.

Boeing reported negative orders for 2019, meaning it had more orders canceled than placed. According to a spokesman, that hasn’t happened in at least 30 years.

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The longest wedding veil was the same length as 63.5 football fields. When Maria Paraskeva, a woman from Cyprus, got married in August 2018, her goal wasn't just to say "I do." She was also determined to set a record. "My dream as a child has always been to break the Guinness World Record title for the longest wedding veil," she explained. She fulfilled her dream by wearing a lace veil that stretched 22,843 feet and 2.11 inches, or as long as 63.5 football fields.

Dateline.... JapanA Japanese Billionaire has posted a dating ad looking for a woman to join him on a trip to the moon. (

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A man from upstate New York has been arrested for trafficking rare wild cats from Africa and selling them on the website 38-year-old Christopher Casacci allegedly imported and sold dozens of caracals, a wild cat native to Africa, and servals, known for their spotted coats. The federal government said that Casacci obtained the cats by “falsely declaring the animals as domesticated breeds” on shipping records from February to June of 2018. Caracals, also known as the “desert lynx,” can grow to approximately forty pounds. Both species are protected under the Endangered Species Act and cannot legally be sold in New York. Casacci, who is from a small town outside Buffalo, is charged with violating the Lacey Act and the US Animal Welfare Act. He pleaded not guilty and faces up to five years in prison if convicted. (

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According to local reports, a British socialite stole nearly $300,000 from her dementia-suffering grandmother to fund her lavish lifestyle, including designer clothes and stays in Beverly Hills hotels. 38-year-old Emily Evans-Schreiber had only about $50 in her bank account when she was given control of her 94-year-old grandmother Rosina Evans’ finances. The former model’s mother had become worried about her daughter’s “high life” in London, and bought her a house in Naseby, tasking her with taking care of her grandma. Over the next eight months, Evans-Schreiber blew the cash on jet-setting, high-end hotels, and cosmetic treatments. Eventually, her mom became suspicious about how her jobless daughter was managing to afford her luxe lifestyle — and called the bank and the police. Bank statements for Rosina’s account showed the close to $300,000 in transfers to Evans-Schreiber, labeled as “bills,” “care,” and “savings.” She plead guilty to one count of theft and the judge handed down a two-year sentence, suspended for twenty months. (
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 Lee County man attempted to rob a convenience store using his finger as a gun ….. FLORIDA (

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