Show Notes for Friday, September 11, 2020

Today we have a special September 11th tribute

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to

September 11

National Make Your Bed Day

National Hot Cross Bun Day

Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance

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A study found no link between mental illness and having a love for cats.

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22-year-old Florida resident Bounty Cheramy was arrested for drunk driving early Sunday after allegedly slamming his Mazda into an electronic sign cautioning motorists to “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Cops found Cheramy outside his car around 12:30 am. on the state’s Gulf Coast. Cheramy’s car had sustained “heavy front-end damage,” reported a deputy who also noted that “the county sign board trailer had been struck.” He smelled of alcohol, was swaying back and forth, and could not focus on questions posed by a deputy. Cheramy, who performed poorly on a series of field sobriety tests, took two breath tests, both of which recorded his blood alcohol content at twice the .08 legal limit. He was charged with a pair of DUI counts and careless driving. He is scheduled for arraignment on September 16th. (


After months of delays, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet finally arrived in U.S. theaters and generated $20.2 million over Labor Day weekend. The espionage thriller is already nearing the $150 million mark globally, thanks to a stronger showing at the international box office. Tenet was able to play in about 2,800 cinemas across the country, a smaller release than normal. Currently, about 65 to 70 percent of theater complexes in the U.S. have reopened, though markets like New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco are still off limits.

Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” — the first blockbuster film to enter the theaters following widespread lockdown orders — brought in an estimated $20.2 million through the holiday weekend in U.S. and Canadian theaters.(

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Summer 2020 is over. It was the worst, right? Maybe not. It may not have been the best summer on record — between COVID-19, natural disasters, hardly any sports, social distancing, and a presidential election — but for most Americans, it actually wasn’t the “worst summer ever.” Just 16 percent of Americans describe their summer as a good one, while two-thirds either call 2020 a bad summer (41%) or the worst ever (26%). So, yeah, 67 percent of us don’t see Summer 2020 in the most favorable sunlight, but a third of us think it was at least OK or good.

A British study has measured the average number of times most couples have sex before becoming pregnant. That number: 104. The study found that for two-thirds of women it happened much faster than they expected. But for the rest, “trying” to have a baby was a six-month process full of ovulation testing and sex four times a week for a total of 104 times.

A group of California Doctors are being investigated for administering homemade vaccines against the Coronavirus. (

Research shows that plastic fibers are found in 83% of the world’s drinking water.

A study on napping found 1 in 3 adults naps in a typical day. But the study also found that napping is still bashed by society, even though some sleep experts think naps should have the status of exercise. The science geeks say naps make us feel stronger, happier, and able to perform better.


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75,000 Teddy bears are left behind in hotels around the world each year.


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An 82-year-old Frenchman was trying to swat a fly with an electric racket designed to kill insects, didn’t realize that a gas canister was leaking in his home, and created an explosion that destroyed his kitchen and part of his roof.


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In Ecuador a group of students and their professor were going about their online class when they noticed thieves robbing one of their classmates in the middle of the lesson. The girl was muted throughout the video. She turns around to face her bedroom door, likely hearing the intruders. She stands up and that’s when the intruders come in with what seems to be one of the girl’s family members, and the thieves push them both off-screen. At this point, several classmates unmute themselves to alert the professor that, “They are robbing Majo’s house.” One student says he’s going to call the police, and the professor urges others to do the same. For the rest of the video, the Majo’s computer camera was knocked over, and the robbers eventually took her laptop.

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Police in south Alabama say a woman has been arrested after allegedly leaving a baby alone inside a car outside a gentleman's club for six hours. Prichard police said Eva Rudolph turned herself in. Rudolph is accused of leaving her baby in a car outside of a Prichard gentleman's club. Lieutenant Robert Martin with Prichard Police said Rudolph went to the “Lotus” Gentleman's Club around 9:30 p.m. Friday until around 3:00 a.m. Saturday when people began to notice that a child was in the back seat of her car. Police said the baby was left in the car for approximately six hours. The child is believed to be no older than one-year-old. Martin says the baby is currently in the care of family members. Rudolph is charged with endangering the welfare of a child.(

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