Show Notes for Saturday February 22 & Sunday February 23, 2020

This weekend we visit with Jordan Goodman…. America’s Money Answers Man!
Jordan's website -

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 thanks to

February 22
National California Day
National Cook a Sweet Potato Day
National Margarita Day

February 23
National Banana Bread Day
National Dog Biscuit Day
National Tile Day

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A survey by OK Cupid found a 187% rise in the amount of political discussions on their app. 72% of women said they couldn’t date a man with opposing political views. (

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A Florida teacher has been busted for trying to get drugs delivered to her while she taught at an elementary school. 43-year-old First-grade teacher Valerie Lee Prince called a dealer to bring her an eight ball of meth at Jacksonville Heights Elementary School — saying she was willing to abandon her class to collect it. “You call me, I can just say I have to use the phone real quick — I could step out and come right back in,” she told the dealer, who was an informant who worked with police narcotics officers to record the call. The call suggested that she planned to “consume some of the narcotics and return to the classroom,” Lt. Domenic Paniccia told a press conference, which shared audio of the teacher’s desperate call. An undercover officer later delivered her $85 of meth — outside of school hours — before Prince was arrested. She is charged with purchasing and possessing meth, a felony. She was still being held in Clay County Jail with an arraignment set for next month. (

Harrison Ford’s film adaptation of “The Call Of The Wild” hits theaters this weekend. (

The Katie Holmes film, “Brahms The Boy,” hit theaters Thursday. It’s about a young boy who becomes friends with a talking doll after his family moves into a new home. (

The new James Bond film “No Time To Die” has scrapped its Chinese premier because of the coronavirus. (

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Nick Cannon says he doesn’t believe in marriage after his divorce from Mariah Carey. (

A Utah man was arrested for releasing rodents in hotel rooms in order to get free stays from the management. (

A Rhode Island man was charged with two different DUI’s on Valentine’s Day.
Over 5,000 people attended Japans’s annual naked festival. They were expecting 10,000. (

Hong Kong police are looking for a group of armed robbers who stole hundreds of rolls of toilet paper from a store. (

A growing number of singles are signing up for speed dating events because they’re tired of online dating apps. (

An Indiana man with the words “Crime Pays” tattooed on his face has been arrested twice since December for drug possession and resisting arrest.

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Riding a roller coaster could help you pass a kidney stone. After multiple people reported they had passed a kidney stone while riding Walt Disney World's Big Thunder Mountain Railroad ride, a research team from Michigan State University decided to investigate the phenomena in 2016. They conducted tests with a model kidney and found that there was a 64 percent kidney stone pass rate for those seated in the rear of the Thunder Mountain ride. That number was just 16 percent for those seated in the front.


A restaurant owner in China was trying to figure out who was stealing his supplies installed video cameras. He caught his landlord eating food in the place after hours — in the nude.

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Police in Florida are investigating the gruesome discovery of jars of human tongues in a home’s crawlspace. The preserved organs were found during an inspection of the foundation in the Gainesville house, which was previously owned by Ronald Baughman, a former University of Florida researcher. Some of the jars date back to the 1960s. Investigators are looking into the possibility that Baughman, who published studies in the following two decades, may have brought the tongues home as part of his work. Baughman currently is a professor emeritus at the university, it added. A 1988 abstract in the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery posted on medical research site ScienceDirect lists a Ronald A. Baughman as a dentist involved in a case of oral squamous cell carcinoma in twins. (
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And you thought your worst first date story was bad. A Massachusetts woman became an unexpected getaway driver after a man she met on a dating app robbed a bank on their first date. Christopher Castillo, the unnamed woman's would-be Robin Hood, plead guilty this week to armed robbery and three counts of assault and battery on a police officer — all committed on their first date on December 5, 2016th — according to the Bristol County District Attorney's Office. Castillo was sentenced to three years in state prison for the robbery, plus two years in the Bristol County House of Corrections for violently struggling against and spitting on police who tried to subdue him. The woman wasn't charged — the “worst date ever” story was enough punishment. (


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 Tampa Man filed a false tax report and was busted after the IRS sent him a $980,000 refund ….. FLORIDA (

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