Show Notes for Wednesday, March 31, 2021


Today we have a #ComedyCall with very funny comedian Jo Koy. We will talk about his new BOOK... his new COMEDY SPECIAL... and his new MOVIE “Easter Sunday” which is in the works NOW with Steven Spielberg. 

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March 31

National Bunsen Burner Day

National Clams on the Half Shell Day

National Crayon Day

National Prom Day

National Tater Day

National Little Red Wagon Day

Manatee Appreciation Day


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A survey of 2,000 Americans currently working remotely reveals 50 percent have stopped sending as many emails since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fifty-one percent claim it “crushes their soul” every time they get another email, with 43 percent saying their biggest complaint is that emails are a very formal and constraining way to communicate. (https://bit.ly/2PsU3ze)

A new study finds that adding seaweed to cattle feed can reduce their methane emissions. (https://bit.ly/3lLurcN)

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More than half a ton of marijuana with a street value upwards of $8 million was discovered by a sharp-nosed police dog during a routine traffic stop in northwest Indiana. Authorities said that a “conservative” estimated street value of their discovery is approximately $5.7 to 8.5 million. (https://abcn.ws/3vCBXuX)

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Prince Harry has started a new job as a tech executive. (https://cnn.it/3cejEoh)

Prince Harry has reportedly taken on a new job as an executive of a Silicon Valley startup. The recently outspoken royal confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that he will become “chief impact officer” of BetterUp Inc., an online coaching and mental health firm. (https://pge.sx/3lHAYoQ)

A new report claims that Prince William still misses Prince Harry a year after Megxit. (https://bit.ly/3r8RZt0)

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A 25-Year-old father was caught on cell phone video taking his 2-year-old daughter into an elephant enclosure at the San Diego Zoo, dropping her, and running as the elephant charged. (https://cbsloc.al/3vYToWL)

A generous woman who ate breakfast at a Florida Keys restaurant left a $10,000 tip on top of her $193 bill. Castaway Waterfront Restaurant & Sushi Bar in Marathon, Florida, shared a photo of the receipt with the eye-popping tip on its Facebook page, congratulating the staffers who are splitting the windfall. (https://fxn.ws/3r0otWz)

A man in Bakersfield, California was seen hitching a ride by hanging on to the back of a semi-truck on a highway. (https://bit.ly/3qTfOFi)

A very small percentage of the population can safely drive while talking on their phones, but chances are high that you are not one of them. In a study, psychologists identified a group of people who can successfully do two things at once. These people are called “super-taskers” — and you’re probably not one of them. The researchers (from the University of Utah) said super-taskers make up about 2.5 percent of the general population.

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Marie Curie is the only person to earn a Nobel prize in two different sciences. The pioneering researcher won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903 (shared with her husband) for her study of spontaneous radiation, and then won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911 for her work in radioactivity. That makes her one of just six recipients to receive multiple Nobel prizes, and the only person to receive it in two different sciences. (Chemical engineer Linus Paulding earned a Nobel Chemistry Prize and Nobel Peace Prize, but all other multiple winners received theirs in the same category).

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A Volcano has erupted twenty miles south of Iceland's Capitol city. It last erupted 800 years ago. (https://cnet.co/31aiJ1R)

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A couple was caught allegedly stealing lamb and a variety of seafood from a Naples Costco by shoving it in their pants and purse. 71-year-old Lucrezia Gentile and 76-year-old Vito Gentile, part-time Florida residents from Brooklyn, New York, were arrested. A witness told Collier County deputies she saw the couple conceal multiple items and leave the store without paying for them. She said she saw Vito fold a halibut package in half it place it in Lucrezia’s purse. Crab legs and clams also were allegedly placed into Lucrezia’s purse. Vito was reportedly seen placing lamb down his pants. The couple walked through the Costco, paid for several items, and left. Deputies reported finding the seafood and lamb in Vito’s pants and Lucrezia’s purse. The total amount of the items that were stolen was $146.97. Costco wishes to press charges. The couple is facing charges of retail petit theft. (https://bit.ly/3tQDUlI)

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A 23-year-old woman accused of assaulting her girlfriend after an argument over chicken nuggets bit the Bedford County deputy who took her to jail. Lillian Barnett was booked into the Bedford County jail on multiple charges, including aggravated assault on an officer, domestic assault, and disorderly conduct. A warrant alleges she assaulted her girlfriend on March 18th during an argument, which she told detectives “started over chicken nuggets.” When Barnett was placed in the back of a deputy’s patrol car, the deputy said she screamed and attempted to kick out the window of the patrol car, while continuously hitting the window with her head. The warrant states Barnett bit a deputy on the right arm, as he walked her to a cell at the Bedford County jail. In the past, Barnett had previously said she was positive for Hepatitis C. Barnett is scheduled for an initial court appearance on the morning of March 31st. (https://bit.ly/3f8Y7PM)

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Kindergarten Teacher Takes Students On Virtual Field Trip To The Zoo
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Show Notes for Tuesday, March 30, 2021


John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE
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March 30

National Take a Walk in the Park Day

National Doctors Day

National I Am in Control Day

National Pencil Day

National Turkey Neck Soup Day

National Virtual Vacation Day


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A new poll claims romantic relationships got stronger during the pandemic.(https://bit.ly/30ZaqWo)

Psychologists at the University of Miami say the longer negative emotions linger in the human brain, the worse it is for your mental health. The study finds those holding on to negativity longer in their amygdala may impact their long-term psychological well-being. The amygdala is the almond-shaped structure on both sides of the brain’s cerebrum which evaluates stimuli and supports memory.(https://bit.ly/39bFJlA)


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Spanish police announced Friday that they seized a homemade narco-submarine able to carry up to 2 metric tons (2.2 tons) of cargo. Police came across the 9-meter-long (30-feet-long) craft last month while it was being built in M├ílaga, on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, during a broader international drug operation involving five other countries and the European Union crime agency Europol. They sit low in the water to escape detection and rarely are able to fully submerge. The wider police operation against the alleged international smuggling ring netted hundreds of kilos of cocaine, hashish and marijuana in various places in Spain, with 52 people arrested. Spanish police said in a statement that police in Colombia, the United States, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Portugal also were involved in the operation. (http://bit.ly/3vqpWbS)

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Sources say that Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are attempting to clear up their troubles and are back together thanks to a frank, heart-to-heart talk last Friday night and a weekend spent together in the Dominican Republic.(https://pge.sx/30Ts51I)

Angelina Jolie says she has proof of Brad Pitt committing domestic violence. (https://yhoo.it/3qTgJWg)

Gwyneth Paltrow recently opened up about her former marriage to Coldplay singer Chris Martin, as she stated “I never wanted to get divorced.” (https://pge.sx/3faJBHh)

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A New York man was busted for stealing $1.4 million dollars in unemployment benefits by submitting applications under his dog’s name. (https://bit.ly/3eYONxJ)

The board game Monopoly is updating its community chest cards because they say the ways that players currently get paid in the game are outdated.(https://cnn.it/393UU07)

Dunkin’ Donuts has opened its first-ever “bike-thru lane” for cyclists.(https://fxn.ws/2QECSvb)

A California man was arrested for trashing a Wing Stop restaurant after they screwed up his order. (https://cbsloc.al/3vJa2ts)

A SWAT team was called in to Miami Beach to stop spring breakers from partying past curfew. (https://fxn.ws/3c9mueg)

A Pennsylvania man is divorcing his wife after seeing videos of her at the Capitol Hill riots with another man. (https://bit.ly/2OS8IUJ)

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) outlined a proposed 10-year strategic plan that would slow current first-class delivery standards and raise some prices to stem $160 billion in forecasted red ink over the next decade. (https://bit.ly/3rm2R74)

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Cotton candy was invented by a dentist. It is not known whether William Morrison had an ulterior motive for inventing the soft confection, but the dentist no doubt helped ensure others in his profession continued drawing in plenty of customers. In 1897, he partnered with candy-maker John C. Wharton to develop the cotton candy machine (which at the time was known as "Fairy Floss"), and it's been bringing kids cavities ever since.

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A North Korean citizen has been extradited to the United States -- a first with the isolated communist nation -- to face money laundering charges as part of a scheme to evade sanctions and provide luxury items to the rogue nation. Mun Chol Myong, 55, appeared in federal court this week in Washington D.C. While the U.S has no extradition agreement with North Korea, Mun had been detained in Malaysia since 2019. (https://fxn.ws/398SgWL)

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A Jacksonville mother is facing charges of child abuse after she allegedly fought a student at her daughter’s school while wearing a boxing glove. 34-year-old Edith Riddle was arrested by Duval School Board Police. A school safety officer reportedly heard a “frantic” announcement over the school’s radio about a fight happening outside of the cafeteria just after noon. The officer allegedly found Riddle had been in a fight with the victim. Riddle had just exited the school with her own daughter following a meeting with the vice principal, and rather than exiting the campus directly, Riddle’s daughter walked out of her way through the cafeteria to fight the victim. Riddle’s daughter allegedly pushed the victim to the ground and started throwing punches before Riddle joined in on punching the victim, who was lying on the ground, witnesses said. A witness also said Riddle had a boxing glove attached to her left hand. Riddle is facing a charge of one count of child abuse with personal/special weapon. (https://bit.ly/3cf4383)

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Shocking surveillance footage shows an irate phone store customer crash his car into a Virginia Verizon shop earlier this week after workers there refused his demands. The suspect narrowly missed employees at the Alexandria store when he plowed his Chevy Cruz through the front windows on Monday. A female store employee told the news station that the man twice demanded workers disconnect his cell phone before he flew into a rage. When the store employees told him that she couldn’t help him, he told her he was going to run her over. She followed the man outside, snapping photos of his vehicle. Shortly after, he crashed his car through the front of the store in a wild, caught-on-camera wreck that nearly injured several people inside. The footage shows the car bursting into the store, before reversing out and leaving the parking lot. Alexandria police told Fox 5 DC they are investigating the incident. No arrests were immediately made. (https://bit.ly/3vT4qwN)

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Show Notes for Monday, March 29, 2021


This #MovieStarMonday we visit with John Schneider again (Dukes of Hazzard, Smallville, Dr Quinn Medicine Woman and MANY MORE) We will visit about his new movie “One Month Out” exclusively at
www.Cineflixdod.com.

This film is based on a TRUE STORY. The film was actually recorded several years ago, then it was damaged in the big flood at John Schneider Studios in Louisiana in 2016. It's through lots of restoration work that it has been released four years later. That's a story all on its own.

We will also talk about a few other fun things John's working on!
Bo's Extravaganza April 10th and 11th at John Schneider Studios in Holden, LA. Get your tickets at https://bosextravaganza.com

At Bo's they'll be filming the sequel to STAND ON IT, the tribute film to Smokey and the Band It. The sequel is called Poker Run. Lots of stunts!

John's new album Truck On https://live.johnschneiderstudios.com/products/truck-on-album

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March 29

National Lemon Chiffon Cake Day

National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day

National Nevada Day

National Vietnam War Veterans Day


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Researchers at Children’s Hospital Colorado say tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive component of marijuana, remains in a woman’s breast milk for at least six weeks. The revelation is creating a widespread push by health organizations to get mothers to abstain from using pot, even as more states legalize its use. (https://bit.ly/2PLkIXW)

A new survey shows that most bosses are open to workers bringing pets to the office after COVID-19. 72 percent of C-suite executives expect more workplaces will be pet-friendly after the COVID-19 pandemic. (https://bit.ly/2P9aArB)

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An Amazon truck driver in Ohio was arrested on suspicion of DUI at a McDonald’s. 34-year-old Jesse Lefforge of Oakwood faces a single count of DUI, his first offense. Police responded to the restaurant after receiving a report around noon of a driver in an Amazon truck possibly intoxicated going through the drive-thru of the restaurant. Amazon is looking into the matter and all packages were delivered with no delays to customers, a spokesperson for Amazon said. The company has not provided an update on Lefforge’s status with the company. Cruiser camera footage obtained by News Center 7 showed the truck was full of packages and officers asked for Amazon to be contacted. The footage also shows Lefforge doing a field sobriety test on the sidewalk. The video showed Lefforge unable to keep his balance through most of the tests and within about ten minutes police put him in handcuffs. A bottle of Montebello also was recovered during the police department’s investigation. (https://bit.ly/3qAPHTc)

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MSNBC ratings continue to suffer and Joy Reid's “The ReidOut” had its worst week ever, setting weekly lows in both total viewers and the key demo. Joy Reid’s ratings are down 50%. (https://fxn.ws/3ri0YbA)

CNN’s viewership has tanked with new data showing the network lost nearly half of its prime-time audience in a key demographic since January. An average of 2.5 million primetime viewers tuned into CNN from November 4th through January 20th. But the network has only averaged 1.6 million primetime viewers from January 21st through March 15th. (https://bit.ly/3vG6cRG)

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California theme parks are asking visitors not to scream on their roller coasters and thrill rides to prevent the spread of COVID-19. (https://bit.ly/3s3UvlC)

Kermit the Frog has been added to the Library of Congress's National Recording Registry. (https://n.pr/3lUyzr6)

The Pentagon says new UFO files are like nothing we’ve ever seen before. (https://bit.ly/3r7Jbnq)

The Utah legislature is proposing a bill that would require all cell phones sold in the state to automatically block pornography. (https://engt.co/2OJn09O)

An Amazon Warehouse Worker has testified to the Senate that her job in the shipping department feels like a grueling gym workout each day.(https://cnn.it/2QdNMrf)

An Indiana man was arrested for trying to kill people and eat them on the GRINDR dating app. (https://bit.ly/3cXjp07)

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Copper door knobs are self-disinfecting. Copper and its alloys, such as brass, have long been popular materials for manufacturing door knobs. It turns out, this may not just because the metal's hue makes it look nice. In fact, the material has been found to kill bacteria. According to one study from the National College of Kathmandu in Nepal, "the metal ions denature protein of the target cells by binding to reactive groups resulting in their precipitation and inactivation. The high affinity of cellular proteins for the metallic ions results in the death of the cells due to cumulative effects of the ion within the cells." In other words, brass sterilizes the bacteria that can build up from all those (potentially unwashed) hands that grip it.

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The British Columbia government has allocated $645,000 to buy and install a single public toilet in Vancouver’s Cooper’s Park, and the high price is reportedly irritating residents. (https://bit.ly/397xdUr)

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A McDonalds manager discussed a customer who recently attacked her, seemingly out of nowhere. 21-year-old Daniel Suarez-Tellez bonded out of the Broward County Jail Wednesday after Davie police said he was seen on surveillance video assaulting a restaurant employee. It happened at a Davie McDonald’s just before 11:00 p.m. Monday. According to the restaurant manager, the suspect ordered six burgers that needed to be cooked, so she told him to pull around the restaurant so she could bring out the order. That’s when she said the suspect began to attack her. “He went to arguing and yelling at me, he went to pushing the door on me as I am giving the bag to his friend,” said Sara Allen, who is the manager at the McDonalds. “I’m like, ‘Sir, why are you doing this?’ And he is like, ‘Y’all took too long with my food.’” Suarez-Tellez was arrested on charges of aggravated assault and battery. (https://bit.ly/3c0JD2B)

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Workers at two popular restaurant chains in China have been caught on undercover video reusing leftover food scraps and handling meals with filthy hands. Man Ling restaurant, which has 1,000-plus locations throughout China and markets itself as “healthy,” issued an apology to the public after the scandalous video emerged. Staff were filmed using leftover food to cook congee – a classic Chinese rice porridge – as well as other revolting practices, the South China Morning Post reported. They were also nabbed placing their unwashed hands on the grub. One employee even pulled out pork ribs from a pot of leftover soup and used them to cook Chinese yam and meat congee for other diners. “Yeah, it’s leftover,” a Man Ling worker told the undercover reporter from Fujian Television when asked if there was any food safety issue. “It’s OK to cook again.” Man Ling, renowned for its cut-price offerings, sells more than 180 million bowls of congee each year, according to one food ordering data analysis app. (https://bit.ly/2OKAOB2)

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Man Loses $1 Million Lottery Ticket, Then Finds It Hours Later In A Parking Lot
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Show Notes for Saturday, March 27 and Sunday, March 28, 2021


Harold Schechter, Amazon Charts bestselling author of Hell’s Princess and the cinematic history, Ripped From The Headlines!, unearths a nearly forgotten true-crime of obsession and revenge, and one of the first—and worst—mass murders in American history. All it took was one final trigger, and in 1927 Bath, Michigan, would become a wasteland. MANIAC is Harold Schechter’s gripping, definitive, exhaustively researched chronicle of a town forced to comprehend unprecedented carnage, and the triggering of a “human time bomb” whose act of apocalyptic violence would foreshadow the terrors of the current age. 
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March 27

International Medical Science Liaison Day

National Joe Day

National Scribble Day

National Spanish Paella Day


March 28

National Black Forest Cake Day

National Something on a Stick Day

National Triglycerides Day

National Weed Appreciation Day


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Is it time to opt for the “early bird special” when it comes to dinner? A new survey finds 6 in 10 Americans regularly wake up with “food hangovers” or stomach cramps. A poll of 2,000 people finds, on average, Americans will have nine of these morning stomach cramps every month due to late-night meals. (https://bit.ly/2OG6wz6)

A team from the University of Waterloo finds those who regularly try to impress or influence others using misleading, impressive-sounding misinformation frequently buy in to the same junk they sell to others. (https://bit.ly/3t8Muwa)

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A Florida man who nearly hit a gas pump pulled out a package of “Dank Gummies” instead of his driver’s license to show a deputy who was trying to help him. Deputies said they were called to a gas station in Naples shortly before midnight on March 1st because witnesses said a suspicious man had nearly hit a gas pump and appeared to be under the influence. Records show Demecio Lopez saw the deputy and immediately asked for help calling AAA because his car wouldn’t start, even though the keys were not in the ignition at the time. Lopez said he didn’t have the keys to the vehicle but then rummaged through his pockets and pulled out the keys. The deputy then asked Lopez for his driver’s license so he started rifling through his pockets again and this time pulled out a small green package labeled “Dank Gummies” with “cannabis-infused” written on it as well. The deputy asked if Lopez just pulled out THC gummies and Lopez claimed it was normal candy but when he was asked to hand over the package, the deputy saw that it was labeled as containing 500 mg of THC. Deputies said Lopez also had a package of “Medicated Nerds ropes” that contained 400 mg of THC per rope. Lopez was taken into custody and a small baggie of cocaine was found on his person in addition to the THC-infused candies. (https://bit.ly/3eDSR6H)

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CBS extended “The Talk’s” hiatus for a second time amid an investigation into Sharon Osbourne’s comments. The whole staff reportedly hates each other.(https://pge.sx/3r5e2B6)

Vin Diesel's son is joining the fast and the furious franchise. (https://bit.ly/3f10hks)

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The next time your spouse hides out in front of the TV instead of helping with chores, you might want to share this with him or her. Researchers (University of Missouri, Brigham Young University, Utah State University) found that married couples are happier if they share household responsibilities. The researchers surveyed 160 couples married for an average of five years with at least one child under age five. The more wives perceived that their husbands were participating in family work tasks, the better the relationships were for both spouses. Couples’ relationships also improved when wives felt that their husbands were close with their children. Couples don’t need to divide chores exactly equally in order to see benefits.

Tana Douglas, the first female roadie in Rock History, has a new book out about the time she spent touring with Ozzy Osbourne, Elton John, White Snake, INXS, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. (https://bit.ly/2PhuZuA)

Two zoos in the Czech Republic have taught their chimpanzees to video chat with each other via Zoom. (https://bit.ly/3cVx9IK)

General Mills is under fire after a family claims they found shrimp tails and dental floss in their boxes of cinnamon toast crunch. (https://bit.ly/399ciR8)

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The human body literally glows. It might be hard to see with your naked eye, but everyone you pass by every day is literally glowing. The human body emits a small quantity of visible light ("visible" in the technical sense—the illumination is about 1,000 times less intense than levels of light that we would actually be able to see). Researchers in Japan used a special camera to track this glow and found that it fluctuates throughout the day, with the body emitting its lowest levels of light around 10 a.m. and highest at around 4 p.m., a rhythm the scientists attribute to the changes in one's metabolism.


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An accountant witnessed meetings between Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernández and a drug trafficker in which they planned the trafficking of cocaine to the U.S., federal prosecutors in New York said this week. (https://fxn.ws/3l4sV4Y)

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Police say they have recovered a 400-pound playground slide that was stolen from a playground in Washington state. In mid-December, police say someone stolen a massive slide from the playground at Tierra Vida Park in Pasco. Detectives came face-to-face with a 400-pound playground slide inside a child's bedroom in a mobile home in Burbank. Pasco police say they made the discovery while investigating recent catalytic converter thefts, where thieves cut up your car’s exhaust system so they can sell your catalytic converter to a scrap metal dealer for the value of the heavy metals inside it. While investigating the recent thefts, police located a potential suspect and obtained a search warrant for a property in Burbank. Detectives said not only did they find the catalytic converters, they found the large slide. Police arrested 30-year-old Dustin Allen Bushnell on investigative hold for possession of stolen property for the slide.(https://bit.ly/2Og8tm2)

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Three people floating on Lake Michigan Tuesday afternoon were rescued - although they didn’t initially want assistance - from what could have become a deadly situation. The adults were in a small inflatable raft, floating about 100 yards from shore at Grant Park Beach in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Around 4:30 p.m., the fire department responded to a report that those in the raft were possibly in distress. Authorities deployed an inflatable rescue raft and made contact with the boaters. None of them were wearing life jackets, authorities said. Initially, they didn’t want the fire department’s assistance. They agreed to be escorted back to shore after they were educated on the dangers of being out on Lake Michigan in a small, inflatable raft without a personal floatation device. At the time of the incident, the air temperature was 55 degrees and the water temperature was 34 degrees. In those temperatures, a person in the water can suffer from exhaustion and become unconscious in 15 to 30 minutes.(https://bit.ly/3rDjdcD)

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5-Year-Old Boy Battling Cancer Is Sworn In As North Miami Police Officer
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Show Notes for Friday, March 26, 2021


Today we have a #ComedyCall with very funny comedian Nate Bargatze. We'll talk about his highly anticipated 2nd Netflix special, The Greatest Average American which came out on March 18th. This follows the success of his first Netflix special, The Tennessee Kid (2019), which premiered to rave reviews and sold-out venues across the country.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VPJcztktXSw

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March 26

Epilepsy Awareness Day

National Nougat Day

National Spinach Day

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A new study shows wounds could heal more quickly by stimulating blood vessels with electricity to carry white blood cells and oxygen to wound sites. The study done at Ohio State University found that steady electrical stimulation generates increased permeability across blood vessels, providing new insight into the ways new blood vessels might grow. (https://bit.ly/38BE9ZZ)

A new study shows the pandemic slowed the reading progress of younger children. (https://bayareane.ws/3erCQR6)

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A Florida man is accused of sitting naked in a chair outside an apartment complex, authorities said. Irving Edward Howard, 71, of Fort Myers, also known as “Babycakes,” was arrested by the Fort Myers Police Department on Thursday. He was charged with four counts of lewd and lascivious behavior, one count of indecent exposure and one count of disorderly intoxication, according to Lee County online booking records. This is not the first time Howard has been arrested. According to a 2019 investigation by WBBH, taxpayers had spent $300,000 for Howard to spend more than 6,000 nights in jail. From April 2019 through August 2019, Howard spent 134 nights in jail, WBBH reported. According to Lee County booking records, Howard has been arrested 12 times since August 2019, including two times for indecent exposure and three times for trespassing. Howard’s record of arrests in Lee County stretch back to 1988, according to booking records. Howard remains in the Lee County Jail, according to booking records. He is scheduled to appear in court on April 12. (http://bit.ly/2OPA79o)

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Beyonce's daughter has won a Grammy for appearing in her mother's music video. (https://bit.ly/3vs0Idu)

Alex Rodriguez is denying reports that he and Jennifer Lopez broke up on Friday. The couple shares a $35 million dollar Miami mansion. (http://fxn.ws/3ldpHfR)

Kourtney Kardashian has revealed she froze her eggs in case she wanted to have another baby. (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9348039/Kourtney-Kardashian-41-reveals-froze-eggs-age-39-case-wants-kids.html)

An ESPN Broadcaster in Colombia is okay after an entire wall came crashing down on him during the soccer show “ESPNFC Radio.” (https://fxn.ws/3v9jPsB)

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April 15 is not the most dreaded day of the year. That’s according to a survey of 1,000 people, which finds more people — 33 percent — dread visiting the dentist or doctor more than tax day. Only 15 percent said they hated April 15. Once again the IRS has pushed back the filing deadline. In 2021 it will be May 17.

When your mind draws a blank it probably means you’re under stress, according to a study of why we forget. Seems that stress plays an important role in how well our powers of observation and recall interact. Stressful situations like exams, courtroom testimony and job interviews can all affect our memory.

It really is one of the great debates: What is the right way to hang a toilet paper roll? Research shows you use less paper when you drape the end over the top of the roll, simply because it’s easier to see. You also don’t have to reach as far to grab the paper. Also, it’s more sanitary to pull from the front since you’re not touching the wall and leaving germs as you would when pulling from the back. And finally — and this is the biggie — hotels can’t be wrong.

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Fingernails don't grow after you die. Despite what you may have seen on other lists of random trivia, your fingernails and hair do not, in fact, continue to grow after you die. To grow, these must have a steady supply of glucose, which is cut off after the heart stops beating, preventing any further growth. In fact, the skin around the hair follicles and nails dehydrates after death and partly retracts, which can make them appear longer.


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Climate protesters blocked traffic in South Australia after supergluing themselves to the road. (https://yhoo.it/3bEQy0U)

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German police say they have solved a nine-year-old burglary after DNA found on a half-eaten piece of sausage matched that of a man detained in France over an unrelated crime. Police in the western town of Schwelm said Thursday that the sausage belonged to the victim, and the suspect — a 30-year-old Albanian citizen — appeared to have helped himself to a bite during the March 2012 break-in. (http://bit.ly/3thGTU7)

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An accused murderer was mistakenly released from Rikers Island this week because of a clerical error. 26-year-old Christopher Buggs was awaiting trial in a 2018 Brooklyn murder when he was released on an unrelated criminal contempt case — for which the judge sentenced him to time served. The city’s Department of Correction confirmed that an inmate was prematurely released for the Otis Bantum Correctional Center on Monday. “We are aware of this incident and a full investigation into how this happened is underway,” the department’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information Peter Thorne said in a statement. “Right now we are working with our law enforcement partners to return this‎ individual to custody.” Cops say that Buggs is about 5-foot-5 and 160 pounds. He is shown in a photo released by police with a scar on his cheek and a dollar-sign tattoo on his neck. He was arrested on February 3rd, 2018, in connection to the slaying of Ernest Brownlee, 55. (https://bit.ly/3t5m2mN)

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