This weekend we visit with Jordan Goodman…. America’s Money Answers Man! Jordan's website - www.MoneyAnswers.com
of Jordan's books
“The Ultimate Guide To Student Loans” - https://amzn.to/2NYaf8Q
“Master Your Debt” - https://amzn.to/2OIguKT
“Fast Profits In Hard Times” - https://goo.gl/1xwv6b
TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to NationalDayCalendar.com)
National V-J Day
National Creamsicle Day
National Code Talkers Day
National Bowling Day
National Garage Sale Day
National Leathercraft Day
National Relaxation Day
National Lemon Meringue Pie Day
World Honey Bee Day
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A new survey of 2,000 Americans finds 56% of those who spend their entire day glued to a screen try to limit using their digital devices as much as possible at night. The survey also finds that 3 in 5 people sleep better after taking a break from digital devices. (https://bit.ly/37xHkks)
A new study shows that an upcoming corporate tax hike will largely hit the middle class. (https://rb.gy/5h3bps)
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A man who hid in a Middle Tennessee Walgreens until closing and tunneled through the dry wall to steal opioids was arrested in Jacksboro on Tuesday. The suspect, Austin Cornett, 27, was taken into custody without incident at 130 Pat Place, thanks to a tip from the Franklin Police Department, according to Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. He was taken to the Campbell County Jail and is awaiting transport to Franklin. The robbery Cornett was wanted for took place on May 18 in Middle Tennessee. Police said it happened at the Walgreens on Murfreesboro Road. According to a release from police, the man hid inside the store until after closing time. He waited until all employees left and tunneled into the pharmacy through the drywall and stole a large amount of opioid pain killers.
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A growing number of Hollywood stars are moving to Austin, Texas during the pandemic. Home prices have gone up 43% in Austin. (https://bit.ly/3CDqfEb)
A Yankees-Orioles game had to be put on hold after a cat got into Yankee stadium and ran wild on the field. (https://atmlb.com/3yowyZu)
Director Kevin Smith has said that his new film “Clerks 3” will be in both color and black and white. This is a total throwback, as the original film was in black and white as well. (https://bit.ly/3Al7mng)
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A KFC themed hotel has opened in the United Kingdom. (https://bit.ly/3xtcDHC)
Pepsi has announced that they’re releasing an alcoholic Mountain Dew. (https://bit.ly/3AwOGB8)
In a new comic book, Batman’s sidekick Robin comes out as bisexual. https://bit.ly/3iCSESu
The iconic “Barbie penthouse” once owned by Mattel founders Ruth and Elliot Handler will hit the market for just under $10 million. The real-life Barbie and Ken (Barbara and Kenneth), daughter and son of Ruth and Elliot Handle, grew up in the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom Los Angeles condominium. (https://bit.ly/3lNffxJ)
Elon Musk has developed a plan to build a billboard in space. https://rb.gy/t2hlkn
FUN FACT FOR YOU:
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Kool-Aid was originally marketed as “Fruit Smack.”
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A herd of wild elephants that captivated the world with their yearlong trek through China — raiding farms and even a retirement home for food along the way — may finally be heading back home. The fourteen Asian elephants, including three calves, were spotted heading across a bridge in China’s southwestern Yunnan province. (https://bit.ly/3iyS5Jq)
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A Brooklyn driver turned himself in weeks after he was caught on video shoving an elderly man who had complained about his honking. The 76-year-old victim told 33-year-old Harry Ricks to stop honking his horn at the corner of Broadway and Sumner Place in Bushwick around 10:30 a.m. July 14, police said. Ricks snarled, “Mind your f–king business” before shoving the senior to the ground, causing a leg injury. Ricks walked into the 83rd Precinct, where he surrendered to authorities on Tuesday. He was charged with assault. The victim was treated at Woodhull Medical Center. (https://bit.ly/3rVI1gF)
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33-year-old Davie man was arrested for impersonating a law
enforcement officer on Sunday, August 1. Sean Haynes allegedly caused
a disturbance at a Publix supermarket on Palm Beach Boulevard and
left on a moped, witnesses told deputies with the Lee County
Sheriff’s Office. Haynes was pulled over shortly after the
disturbance and claimed to be an agent with the Federal Bureau of
Investigation. He even provided deputies with a false badge during
the stop. Turns out, Haynes was not an FBI agent, but rather a man
with a warrant out of Broward County for trespassing.
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