Show Notes for Thursday, May 28, 2020


Dear John,

I'm trying to decide if it makes sense for me to home school my children in the future. I know everyone kind of became a home schooler this year, but I think it may be a good idea for my family moving forward too. My husband disagrees. He thinks it makes more sense for our children to be with other children. I have just had so many thoughts about what the future of what public schools will look like. Am I being paranoid? Should I calm down like my husband says? Looking for other opinions on this topic.

Signed - PotentialHomeSchooler

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A Florida Highway Patrol K-9 has scored his second drug bust this month – this time, sniffing out cocaine hidden in a taco dinner kit. According to the FHP, it was just before noon Wednesday when they pulled over a Nissan sedan. The driver was nervous, they said, and it didn’t take them long to figure out why. K-9 Titan checked out the car and alerted on an Old El Paso taco kit box. But instead of “bold” nacho cheese shells and taco sauce inside, troopers say there was a half-pound of cocaine. They also found $20,000 in cash. The driver, identified by FHP as 41-year-old Leon Robert King of Brooksville, was arrested on charges including drug possession and trafficking. Back on May 4th, troopers say Titan helped them nab two men driving with 25 pounds of marijuana crammed into trash bags in the back of their car during a Pasco County traffic stop. (


Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli plead guilty in the college admissions scandal last Thursday. (

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2.4 million Americans filed unemployment claims this week, bringing the total Coronavirus job losses to thirty-eight million. (

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A survey by “Dr. Beach” named Florida’s Grayton Beach as the number one beach in the world. The beach is along the Florida Panhandle and it’s said to have the whitest sand and clearest water in the country. (

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The Iowa State Fair holds quirky competitions like a beard-growing contest and a husband-calling contest. If you've ever been to the Iowa State Fair, you've experienced the sort of carnival-based fun that it's been providing since 1886. And if you've never been to the annual event, then you should know that you're missing out on quite a few quirky competitions, including cow-chip and rubber-chicken throwing contests, a husband-calling contest, and a beard-growing contest.


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A small town Mayor in Peru was caught hiding in a coffin by police after he broke quarantine to go drinking with his friends. (

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A Roseville, California man was arrested after a bizarre home invasion. Police say 28-year-old James Nunley II is suspected of sneaking into a family’s home and bathing himself before being discovered and later arrested. Although police are not releasing exactly which neighborhood it happened in, the Placer County Sheriff’s Office says the incident took place early Wednesday morning. At the time, the victims — a family — were putting their child to sleep. That’s when deputies believe Nunley entered the home through an unlocked door. Nunley then hid in the home for some time and, according to deputies, he used the family’s bathroom to bathe himself. Later, as he left that bathroom, he was caught by one of the victims and ran out of the house. But a short time later, he was caught by deputies and arrested for burglary and booked at the South Placer County Jail on a $110,000 bail. (
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An Avon Park, Florida man was arrested on Wednesday, May 13th, after he was caught exposing himself to a woman, according to a news release from the Polk County Sheriff's Office. According to deputies, 32-year-old Justin Mosser has been charged with three counts of indecent exposure in public and two counts of committing a lewd act. The charges stem from two different incidents. On Monday, a woman reported to authorities that a man in a gray Mazda was trying to get her attention as she was driving on highway 60 around 8:00 a.m. When she looked over, she told deputies that the man's waist was completely exposed. Investigators used the description and photo evidence to identify the man as Mosser. Mosser told deputies that he does the lewd behavior often because he gets hot and “airs it out.” He admitted to detectives that he's done this sort of thing about four or five times to random women driving down the road. (


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