Show Notes for Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Today we talk 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” -

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July 8th

National Freezer Pop Day

National Chocolate with Almonds Day

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A study by Lafayette University found that people who constantly nitpick their partners can send them to an early grave. (

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An Eagle River, Alaska Man stole a fire truck from the King Salmon Fire Station on Saturday night and drove fifteen miles with lights flashing to a bar where he was arrested. The Bristol Bay Borough Police Department said in an online statement 22-year-old Dawson Cody Porter used a piece of lumber to break a window of the fire station and made his way inside the building around 9:00 p.m. Once inside, Porter started a fire truck and drove it through the station’s closed bay doors. Police Chief John Rhyshek said no one was in the building when Porter broke in. Porter is being held at the Bristol Bay Detention Facility on charges of burglary, vehicle theft, criminal mischief, and violating conditions of release on a previous arrest. (


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Americans eat one billion hot dogs in July.

Downloads of Couch to 5K fitness apps have soared as people attempt to shed weight gained in lockdown. Most of the apps are designed for beginners and encourages them to incrementally increase the amount they run each week. From March to the end of June Couch to 5K app downloads have nearly doubled.

In Spain two men were arrested for burglary by officers responding to an emergency call. The suspects’ getaway ended abruptly when, as they leaped off of a low balcony, the 17-year-old landed on top of the 22-year-old and suffered a badly sprained ankle, while leaving his colleague with a fractured skull, broken ribs, a broken collarbone, and a collapsed lung.

Temperature checks for airline passengers could become a federal order.

An ice cream shop in Berea, Ohio, is asking customers to lay off employees after a few guests have yelled at them for wearing masks. Mootown Creamery said guests have cussed at the teenage employees and have made a few of them cry. The shop said in a Facebook post: “Our lives are flipped upside down. Businesses are closing. Some of us are still out of work. We are stressed out, worried, and frustrated. However that is no excuse to take out your frustrations on teenage kids serving ice cream.”

Finger on the App is an app in which players must keep their finger on their smartphone screen (and occasionally move it to a new spot indicated by the app, to prevent cheating). The last person to keep their finger on the app wins a prize of up to $25,000. Over two days later, 15 players are still vying for the prize. The game started with 1.3 million players.


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The term UFO for Unidentified Flying Object was coined by US Air Force officer Edward Ruppelt in 1952.



Brazil’s Senate has passed a bill that will make it illegal to broadcast Fake Information. (

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The city of Philadelphia is asking people to refrain from swimming in dumpsters after a block party rented trash bin and turned it into a makeshift swimming pool over the weekend. Online news site Billy Penn first reported that a group of people rented a dumpster, filled it with water from a fire hydrant, and created their own pool. Justyn Myers, who is part of a group that organizes the block party every year, said they decided to turn the dumpster into a pool while brainstorming party ideas. Myers said he power washed the trash bin and they put plywood and pool noodles in the bottom of the bin and covered it with tarps. Unfortunately, the city was not amused. The city “will not issue permits for block party dumpster pools,” Karen Guss, communications director for the Department of Licenses and Inspections, said in a statement. Myers said they apologized to the city. (

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An Ohio couple ordered a pizza and was horrified to open the box to find its pepperoni arranged as a swastika. Jason Laska said he had picked up the pie Saturday night from a Little Caesars shop in Brook Park and brought it home. “My wife turned and asked me ‘Babe, did you order this, did they make it for you?’ And I turned around and looked at it and I could see the shock on her face and then my jaw just dropped,” Laska told the outlet. The couple called the pizza joint to complain. “The manager said the employees told him that it was supposed to be an internal joke that they were playing on each other and the other employee, and the pizza was never intended to go out,” Laska said. The manager told them that employees involved were let go, but the couple said they never plan to return. “We are the type of people that support the diversity in our country, we embrace and love it. We just want to see this hate stop,” Laska’s wife said. (


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A Largo Man was busted after asking police to help him start a scooter he had just stolen ….. FLORIDA (

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