Show Notes for Thursday, June 11, 2020


Dear John,

I'm tying to convince my wife that we do not need to move. We love the house and have also loved our neighborhood until last week. We had a political sign in our yard and someone stole the sign and knocked over some lawn decorations. We don't have cameras or any way of knowing who it was. She thinks we need to move, but I told her, we don't even know if it was someone from the neighborhood. It could have been anyone driving by. My wife is already talking to a realtor and wants to list our home. This seems like a huge overreaction to me. What do you think? Should we move over something like this? Where? There will be some people we disagree with anywhere we go. Please help!

Signed – I Don't Want To Move

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National Making Life Beautiful Day
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Considering how many things in the film industry have been disrupted, postponed or delayed as a result of coronavirus, it’s refreshing to hear news which bucks the trend. Production on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 is underway.

Amazon has set a date for a Summer Sale event that’s designed to provide a boost for sellers feeling the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and the delay of the company’s annual Prime Day event. The company sent a notice to sellers early Tuesday informing them that it’s hosting a “Fashion Summer Sale Event” on June 22. It’s expected to run anywhere from seven to 10 days long.

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What do almost half of dads want more than anything else for Father’s Day? Here’s a clue: it costs nothing other than a few minutes of your time. The answer: a phone call. In a survey of dads, 47 percent said what they want most on dad’s special day is a call. Next (41 percent) is a “big juicy steak”; then “peace and quiet” (38 percent); taking in a ball game with the family (38 percent); an ice cold beer or two (35%); and a cheaper, practical gift like socks or a tie (35 percent).

Police in Poland responding to a call for a slumper in a car came across a man who turned out to be very much alive. He was, however, very drunk. When police woke him up the man didn’t beat around the bush when asked if he had been drinking. The man said, “Yes. A lot.”

Apple is watching the looters who have pillaged its stores during the protests. Thieves who made off with iPhones from Apple stores quickly learned that the gadgets were loaded with special security software. It displays a special message for looters: “This device has been disabled and is being tracked. Local authorities will be alerted.” The on-screen message has popped up on social media posts by disappointed thieves.

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A guy in China was detained for making a false police report as part of an elaborate excuse to quit his job. The man said in the false police report that he was a drug dealer operating out of his workplace so that he would be arrested. Police later learned the man made up the story so he could get out of the job because he hated it.

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Talk about quick thinking. A Ukrainian woman wasn’t about to be denied service at a Post Office for not wearing a mask, as has been mandated in her country since April. The woman was caught on camera taking off her panties and then wearing them as a makeshift mask. Not surprisingly, the footage recorded at the Nova Posha post office in Kiev went viral. The woman clearly wasn’t pleased when told she wouldn’t be allowed to take care of her postal requirements and angrily removed her pants in front of other customers and put the white panties over her face. According to U.K.’s The Sun, the woman is a mother of two who doesn’t like the restrictions imposed in Ukraine during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents have had to wear a mask in public and carry identification since April. Even though it was a special delivery, apparently a post-office employee is in hot water for releasing the video. (
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An 18-year-old took to the streets of Buffalo at 2 in the morning with a broom in hand to clean up any trash left from the protests. And after 10 straight hours of sweeping up the debris, Antonio Gwynn’s neighborhood was back to tip top shape. And now, other members of the community have rallied to reward him with a new car, a year’s worth of auto insurance, and full scholarship to a Buffalo-area college. The 2004 Mustang came from Matt Block who was looking to sell it, but opted to just give it away instead.