Show Notes for Tuesday, September 07, 2021

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September 7

National Beer Lover’s Day

National Neither Snow Nor Rain Day

National Grandma Moses Day

National Acorn Squash Day

National Salami Day

National Grateful Patient Day

National New Hampshire Day

National Another Look Unlimited Day

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A new survey of 2,000 Americans finds that most people don’t want the summer to end and just 1 in 5 people consider the Autumnal Equinox the end of the season. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Chinet, researchers find that half of Americans even admit they feel sad just at the thought of summer ending – which is no surprise since it’s the season people look forward to the most (40%).(

In a new poll, 60% of Americans say the U.S. has “seriously gone off on the wrong track.” (

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Chief Wiggum would not approve. Two “Simpsons” fans are facing narcotics charges after a traffic stop Saturday afternoon in Florida yielded an assortment of drugs from inside the duo’s vehicle. Police say that 36-year-old Milton Gardner was behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Equinox that was pulled over on an Orlando street by sheriff’s deputies who reported that the vehicle smelled of marijuana. Seated next to Gardner was 22-year-old Destiny Jackson. After the occupants exited the car at the direction of police, a search of the auto turned up three baggies of pot “where Milton and Destiny were seated,” a baggie with cocaine residue, and a plastic pipe. Gardner and Jackson were each arrested for possession of cocaine, pot, and drug paraphernalia. Jackson was also charged with possessing fentanyl and eutylone, a designer stimulant. When the pair was busted, they were wearing identical shirts featuring “Simpsons” family members Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. Gardner and Jackson were collared about a mile from Universal Studios, which features “Simpsons”-themed rides and recreations of Springfield landmarks like Moe’s Tavern and Kwik-E-Mart. (


Jason Momoa is doing his best to guard the oceans — not just in the “Aquaman” movies, but in real life too. In 2019, he founded a water company called Mananalu, which provides recyclable aluminum water bottles to replace single-use plastic ones. This summer, Mananalu landed a huge deal to distribute those bottles more widely than before. The company partnered with a food service company called Earth Angel, which provides food, water and refreshments to TV and film sets all over the world. That means that many of the biggest jobs in Hollywood will now run entirely on Momoa’s environmentally-friendly water bottles, which can be recycled or re-used many times over.

Netflix has announced the popular series “Manifest” will return for a fourth and final season, after it was canceled by NBC in June. The news of its revival came at the end of August, in a nod at the show’s plot, which centers around the mysterious Montego Air Flight 828. In a statement, executive producer Jeff Rake said: “Never in my wildest dreams could I have envisioned the worldwide outpouring of love and support for this story…That we will be able to reward the fans with the ending they deserve moves me to no end.” The streaming platform has similarly rescued canceled shows like “You,” which originally aired on Lifetime and “Lucifer,” which first aired on Fox.

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Tiger Woods' backup putter from the historic 2002 Season sold for $393,000 at auction. (

A murder hornets’ nest has been found and eradicated in Washington State. (

The pharmacy chain CVS is planning to offer talk-therapy at its stores. (

An 80-pound cougar was removed from an apartment building in New York City.(

A stunning new lawsuit charges that an accused gold-digger tricked a wealthy Manhattan businessman into changing his will so she’d receive his multi-million-dollar fortune — then whisked him off to Paris where he died “suddenly” from an “unexpected” illness. (

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Wearing headphones for an hour can increase the bacteria in your ear by 700%. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

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The European Union formally recommend stopping nonessential travel from the U.S. because of the surge in COVID-19 infections. The 27-nation bloc had in May recommended its member states lift restrictions on such trips, but announced that the U.S. will again be removed from a “safe list” of countries whose residents can travel for nonessential reasons by showing proof of vaccination or a negative test. (

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A freighter narrowly missed colliding with a sailboat carrying at least four people on Sunday on the St. Clair River in Port Huron. The Cuyahoga, 604-foot Canadian bulk carrier blasted its whistle five times as it turned when it became apparent the sailboat would be in its way. Five short blasts indicate that a vessel, the freighter in this case, does not understand the intentions of another nearby vessel, according to the Amalgamated International & U.S. Inland Navigational Rules. The vessel may also be "in doubt whether sufficient action is being taken by the other to avoid collision." The video shows the sailboat crew working quickly to try and avoid the vessel, which continues to issue short warning sounds from its horn until the two narrowly avoid a collision. Petty Officer Greg Schell of the U.S. Coast Guard Ninth District said that it is usually the smaller vessel, like a motorboat or a sailboat, that is expected to change course when a collision is imminent. (

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37-year-old Della Marie Gibson pleaded guilty before United States Magistrate Judge H. Bruce Guyton to two counts of sending biohazardous materials through the United States mail. After receiving her guilty pleas, the Court imposed a two-year sentence of probation. According to documents filed with the Court, on or about April 5, 2021, Gibson mailed and had delivered, using the United States Postal Service (USPS), a package containing feces to her husband’s ex-wife. On or about April 9th, 2021, Gibson obtained human blood from a patient during her regular duties as a registered nurse and placed the patient’s blood on a feminine napkin, which Gibson then mailed to the same victim using the USPS. While on probation, Gibson will be supervised by the United States Probation Office and must undergo mental health treatment, anger management treatment, and have no contact with the victim or her minor children. In addition, Gibson is prohibited from obtaining or seeking a position in the healthcare field involving direct contact with patients.(

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