Show Notes for Saturday, February 27 and Sunday, February 28, 2021

This weekend we chat 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 27

Anosmia Awareness Day

National Kahlua Day

National Retro Day

National Strawberry Day

National Polar Bear Day

Skip the Straw Day

February 28

National Chocolate Souffle Day

National Floral Design Day

National Public Sleeping Day

National Tooth Fairy Day

Rare Disease Day USA

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Researchers from the University of Basel in Switzerland say regular caffeine consumption does not disrupt sleep quality, but it can alter the structure of the brain connected to memory. Whether it’s coffee, cola, or energy drinks, study authors also say that caffeine is the world’s most consumed psychoactive substance. (

A survey of 2,000 American dog owners shows that more than seven in ten people (72%) said they would gladly put themselves in harm’s way to save their dog. Of those respondents married or in a relationship (79%), over half (53%) admit to kissing their hound more than their partner. (

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A former Florida lawyer who made headlines when his pants caught on fire during an arson trial in 2017 was recently charged with cocaine possession. 32-year-old Stephen Gutierrez was arrested on Monday night after being pulled over for driving with a broken headlight. During the traffic stop, a Miami-Dade police officer noticed a bulge in Gutierrez’s pocket, which he thought was a knife. It turned out to be a cylinder container with a bag of white powder inside. As the cop inspected the substance, Gutierrez blurted out, “That’s cocaine,” the report alleged. Gutierrez’s arrest came after his license to practice law was revoked in October, Florida Bar records show. The ex-attorney gained nationwide notoriety four years ago when he represented a man accused of torching his own car for the insurance money. During the March 2017 trial, Gutierrez was arguing that the blaze may have been caused by spontaneous combustion — when his own pants erupted in flames. (


Disney has unveiled the first trailer for “Cruella,” its latest live-action offering starring Emma Stone as the iconic 101 Dalmatians villainess. (

The internet continues to buzz after “Jersey Shore” star Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi tested positive for coronavirus. (

Gwyneth Paltrow revealed that she contracted COVID-19 “early on” in the pandemic. Paltrow said, “A little background: I had COVID-19 early on, and it left me with some long-tail fatigue and brain fog.” The fatigue sucks, but the brain fog isn’t a big deal. (

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Buckingham Palace Insiders say Prince William is “saddened and shocked” by Harry’s behavior towards the Queen. (

Germany is tightening its border lockdowns to keep out variant strains of the Coronavirus. (

New reports say that any traveler who visits England from a “red list” country faces steep fines a possible ten-year prison sentence. There are 33 countries, including South Africa, Portugal, and all of South America, from where travel to England is effectively banned largely because of concerns over new variants of the coronavirus. (

A 12-year-old British Boy's life was saved with surgery after he swallowed 54 magnets. (

A high-speed police chase in Germany when the driver lost control, ran off the road, and flipped his car. At times the driver was traveling more than 110 mph. Police noted after the car flipped that the man wasn’t wearing any pants.

A Florida man who was arrested for indecent exposure told police he was protesting for Civil Rights. This story happened last week, but we’re bringing it up now because the Judge sentenced him to zero time in jail.(

A Russian college student who was outed by the media as President Vladimir Putin’s “secret daughter” says she’s loving the “limelight” after being named his alleged love child. After news of the alleged love child broke, Putin’s spokesman said the claims were “not very convincing.” (

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Researchers are experimenting with bricks made of mushrooms.


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A Famous Russian Instagram Model is still under fire for posing naked on top of an endangered elephant. (

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Emirati police have arrested a man for allegedly stealing a highly valuable newborn camel to give to his girlfriend for her birthday. The owners of the baby camel reported the theft from their farm earlier this month, prompting Dubai police to fruitlessly search the area. Several days later, an Emirati man called authorities to say a stray camel had wandered onto his farm some 3 kilometers (almost 2 miles) away. According to police in Dubai, when interrogated, the man’s story fell apart. He soon admitted to trespassing on his neighbor’s farm to steal a rare breed of camel for his girlfriend, settling for the newborn after failing to wrangle an adult. The man reported the stray beast when he grew worried about being caught. The police returned the camel to its owners and arrested the suspect and his girlfriend on charges of theft and making a false statement.(

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If you encounter a particularly rough patch of ice or snow while shoveling this winter, don’t reach for a can of gasoline like a Midland Park man did. Police and firefighters responded to the man’s home where he had set a small fire to try to melt the snow and ice. Once the fire department arrived, they called in the Bergen County Hazmat Unit, who used the Speedy Dry to sop up the gas. The man, whom police would not name, had poured about a half-gallon of gasoline on a gravelly 2-foot by 2-foot square section of his backyard. “He thought a good idea would be to dump some gasoline on and light it on fire,” police Lt. John Gibbons told NJ Advance Media. A neighbor called the police after smelling something burning around 7:35 p.m. “I don’t recall ever being dispatched to something like that,” Gibbons said. “It’s not very common, let’s put it that way.” (

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