Show Notes for Tuesday, October 26, 2021


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October 26

National Financial Crime Fighter Day

National Tennessee Day

National Day of the Deployed

National Mule Day

National Pumpkin Day

National Mincemeat Day


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According to a new survey, 43% of credit card holders only pay the minimum amount owed each month. Nearly three in five people say that one of the toughest parts of becoming an adult was learning about how credit works (58%).(https://bit.ly/3BXVA3B)

A new study finds men with high testosterone are more likely to cheat on their partners. (https://bit.ly/3BYFwhR)

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Authorities say when they arrived to four-feet high flames in a Brevard County roadway, they found a man holding a sword and drinking alcohol. Deputies say they were on active patrol when they spotted the flames in Titusville around 2:12 a.m. on Thursday. According to police, the fire was in front of a man’s home who they visited around five times in the past six months for illegal burns. Officials say the fires ranged from being on the sidewalk to taking up the entire street. Officials say when they went to speak with suspect Scott Taylor he was sitting in his front yard holding a sword in his hand and had a knife in his waistband. Police say he was also actively drinking in front of them then began chugging from a half-gallon-sized Captain Morgan spiced rum. Authorities say he dropped the knife and sword when asked but could not provide an answer as to why he started a fire in the roadway. He was arrested and taken to the Titusville Police Department. Police say while the man was in a holding cell he intentionally broke a fire sprinkler head, causing water to flood the cell and booking room. The man was eventually transferred to the Brevard County Jail. He faces charges of intentional or reckless burning of lands and felony criminal mischief. (https://bit.ly/3lCl1lD)

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Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian are engaged after dating for nine months. (https://pge.sx/3penBAo)

A judge has approved Kanye West's name change to “Ye.” (https://cbsn.ws/2Z8uQyU)

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Greta Thunberg “Rickrolled” a climate concert in Sweden — belting out Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” in front of a screaming crowd of teenagers.(https://bit.ly/30zX5qF)

Elon Musk has pioneered almost self-driving cars driven by Artificial Intelligence, as well as a computer interface controlled by the human brain, but Mercedes has gone one better and combined both of those ideas into a revolutionary new concept car. The Mercedes Vision AVTR is a demonstration platform for some wildly futuristic ideas that you might see cropping up in the German car manufacturer’s next-gen vehicles in a few years' time. Instead of getting distracted by dashboard controls, Mercedes' designers envision a future where drivers can adjust the radio, AC, and maybe even one day the navigation by just thinking about them. To pull off this high-tech magic, the driver needs to wear a helmet with electrodes that detect brain activity and translate it into impulses that relate to different aspects of the car’s control system.

Residents of San Francisco are complaining that a fleet of self-driving cars has been mysteriously pulling into the same dead-end road for no reason at all hours of the day. (https://bit.ly/3G2gL6T)

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A study found that orcas can learn to speak dolphin.

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A new wax figure of Queen Elizabeth was brought into Madam Tussaud's to replace an old one from 2012. The artist says it's remarkable how Elizabeth looks exactly the same today as she did back then. (https://bit.ly/3vq6lcA)

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First comes the trial, then comes marriage. A Pennsylvania man facing trial for murder made an unusual request by asking his judge to also officiate his wedding. Kashawn Flowers’ attorney asked York County Judge Harry Ness on Tuesday whether he would be willing to marry the defendant and his girlfriend. Prosecutors did not object and neither did the judge — but he said that the wedding would need to be on hold until after the trial. “We’ll take care of it next week,” Ness said. Flowers’ attorney Brian Perry said it was the first time he had ever made such a request. Flowers, who is believed to be a member of the South Side gang, faces charges for allegedly gunning down a rival in York in August 2014. “Flowers advised that he saw the victim walking alone and asked him what side he was from and the victim eventually said he (was) from out west,” authorities wrote in a criminal complaint. “The associate knew about the beef between the South Side and the West Side. Flowers admitted to shooting the victim in the head and said he was happy about it.” Flowers remains held in the county jail without bail. (https://bit.ly/2XdBIub)

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A 23-year-old Idaho Falls man was arrested Thursday when he called the police department in an attempt to retrieve the handgun he is suspected of using to shoot someone in August. On the night of August 13th, witnesses told police they saw someone pull out a gun and shoot someone during an argument in a group of people. Witnesses believed it was Christian Sanchez that did the shooting. When Sanchez was questioned, he denied involvement in the incident. Sanchez as brought into custody on a felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge. Police obtained a video posted to social media in which 23-year-old Nikolaus Garcia took credit for the shooting. When questioned, Sanchez confirmed he was with Garcia but Garcia had not shot anyone. Through further investigation, police were able to determine that Garcia was in fact the prime suspect and likely the shooter. On Thursday, the Idaho Falls Police Department answered a call from Garcia who wanted to come to the station and pick up his firearm that had been seized as evidence. Police invited him to come to the station. Detectives patrolled the walkway they believed Garcia would take, arresting him without incident. He was taken to Bonneville County Jail on felony aggravated battery with use of a deadly weapon. Sanchez had his charges amended to felony accessory to aggravated battery. The victim of the shooting received treatment and was released from the hospital.(https://bit.ly/3p5WS9d)

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Show Notes for Monday, October 25, 2021


This #MovieStarMonday we visit with Anne Heche. We'll visit about her new film 13 Minutes. This is a TORNADO MOVIE, but there's a lot more going on! Also features Trace Adkins, Amy Smart and many more!

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October 25

National Greasy Food Day

Sourest Day

Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day

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According to a new survey, the average American admits to using five different “cleaning shortcuts” while tidying up their home. The survey of 2,000 people delved into some of these dubious shortcuts and found the most common one to be misting the room with air freshener (40%) — instead of actually cleaning dirty or stinky surfaces. (https://bit.ly/3BRTQZu)

A new study shows the best way to stop an asteroid is to pulverize it. (https://bit.ly/3lUtT6d)

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A man was arrested for scaring children at a library in Naples while drunk. Officers with the Naples Police Department arrested 38-year-old, Joshua Daniel Moss, at Naples Regional Library on Monday evening. The manager of the library told officers that Moss was causing a major disturbance and was staring at children that were in daycare. When officers arrived at the scene, Moss was howling at the computer, making loud noises, and they noticed a strong smell of alcohol on his breath. Moss was arrested for disorderly intoxication. He was taken to Naples Jail center for further processing. (https://bit.ly/3BFDeUH)

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Robert Pattinson says the new Batman he portrays is going through an identity crisis. (https://bit.ly/3AMI4yd)

A trailer for the new Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson has been released. (https://cnet.co/3piq78M)

A new report claims that Netflix's Squid Game is worth $900 million. (https://cnb.cx/3AQzpL5)

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A Phish fan has died after falling from the upper-level of the band's concert in San Francisco. (https://fxn.ws/2Z87t8Q)

According to a data visualization account on Instagram, ticket prices for Walt Disney World have risen more than rent and gas costs since the 1970s. (https://bit.ly/3BWp6Xw)

A Los Angeles Realtor is advertising homes by posting full frontal nude photos of himself inside them. (https://bit.ly/3jdLSm8)

Coldplay says their upcoming eco-friendly concert will be powered by electricity generated from the movement of their fans dancing to their music. (https://bit.ly/3DOXFPK)

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A former Australian soldier accused of storming an animal shelter to retrieve his cat pleaded guilty this week to charges from the offense. (https://fxn.ws/3DKzrpZ)

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A Florida man is facing charges after he allegedly locked his neighbor and his neighbor’s 5-year-old daughter in a tennis facility at an apartment complex in Kendall. Deputies said the man was upset after seeing a father watching over his 5-year-old daughter while she was riding a scooter on the tennis courts. 63-year-old James Olsen is now facing charges of false imprisonment after allegedly telling the father-daughter duo that scooter riding was not allowed there before locking them in. According to the Miami-Dade Police Department, the victim refused to leave saying he wasn’t breaking any rules before Olsen responded by using a padlock to lock the two inside. Olsen allegedly said he was the president of the building which investigators quickly determined was not true after speaking to a security guard. NBC News reports Olsen was once the president but is not anymore. However, the 63-year-old still had the keys to the tennis court. A security guard let the dad and daughter out of the tennis courts before the victim called the police. He’s facing two charges including false imprisonment and false imprisonment of a child under age 13.(https://bit.ly/2YJwver)

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A police force in Ontario has released 9-1-1 audio after a man called the emergency line to report he had to go pee while stuck in traffic. Peel Regional Police released the audio on Friday to remind people about the proper uses of dialing 9-1-1. When the 38-second call begins, the operator asks the man if he needs police, fire or ambulance. He first says he needs an ambulance, but then tells the operator he actually needs police. "The thing is I have to pee and these guys are not moving," the caller tells the operator. "This is your emergency?" the operator responds. "That you have to pee? And how are the police going to help you urinate?" The caller then repeats to the operator that he has to pee. "I have to pee, man," the caller says. "I'm not sure what you'd like me to do if you have to urinate, I can't help you with that," the operator says before disconnecting the call. Peel police said Friday that needing to use the bathroom and the car ahead of you isn't moving fast enough is "not for 9-1-1." The public being reminded that misusing 9-1-1 can potentially prevent someone with a life-threatening emergency from getting help on time. (https://bit.ly/3arHvz7)

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Show Notes for Saturday, October 23 and Sunday, October 24, 2021


Today we visit with Kate Siegel (The Haunting of Hill House, The Haunting Of Bly Manor) Kate stars in the new Netflix series “Midnight Mass” opposite Zach Gilford and Hamish Linklater. This seven-episode series tells the tale of a small, isolated island community whose existing divisions are amplified by the return of a disgraced young man and the arrival of a charismatic priest.
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October 23

National Boston Cream Pie Day

National Mole Day

National TV Talk Show Host Day (Johnny Carson’s birthday)

Swallows Depart from San Juan Capistrano Day

iPod Day

National Make A Difference Day


October 24

National Food Day

National Bologna Day

United Nations Day

National Mother-in-Law Day

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A new survey found that 1 in 5 Americans started Christmas shopping last month. People actually think the early shopping has to do with the supply chain issues. (https://bit.ly/2XkfuGO)

While no country has a definite plan for a manned mission to Mars, some people think we’ve already been there. A survey found 7 percent of adults think man has already stepped foot on Mars.

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The Lincoln Police Department says a man who huffed gasoline crashed into a home and caused the porch to collapse. On Sunday around 5:00 p.m., police officers were at a crash scene near 20th and A Streets when they requested assistance from Lincoln Fire and Rescue. According to police, a driver going down A Street crashed into a home which caused the porch to collapse. First responders said they worked to make contact with the homeowner and the driver of the car got out with no injuries. Police said the driver was huffing gas and then crashed into the house. According to police, the driver, a 20-year-old man, was cited and released for willful reckless driving and DUI.(https://bit.ly/3lC7hqX)

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Halloween Kill's finished tops at the Box Office with a $50 million dollar take despite the fact it's also available On Demand. (https://bit.ly/3DOo0xj)

A stuntman was nearly killed during a rehearsal for "America's Got Talent" after two flying cars collided and exploded as he hung in between them in midair. (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10100075/Terrifying-footage-moment-Jonathan-Goodwin-America-Got-Talent-stuntman-died-hit-cars.html)

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Adele's comeback single broke the record for most streams in one day on Spotify. The song was streamed 24 million times in 24 hours. (https://bit.ly/3BP8fG0)

Motley Crue’s Vince Neil cracked his ribs after falling off the stage during a concert. (https://bit.ly/3BRSXQP)

Bill and Melinda Gates walked their daughter, Jennifer, down the aisle Saturday Night in her second wedding ceremony of the weekend. (https://bit.ly/30unG8B)

A Seattle Elementary School has banned its annual Halloween Celebration because the school board claims it's racist. The board claims that poor students can't afford a costume. (https://bit.ly/3vmdaeQ)

United Airlines was fined $1.9 million dollars for keeping passengers trapped on planes for hours, which is a violation of Federal Law. (https://bit.ly/3AEhlER)

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The World's oldest drawing of a ghost was found inside the vault of a British Museum. They believe the ghost was drawn during this exact month of October 3,500 years ago. (https://bit.ly/3p8aL6H)

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A 20-year-old man is accused of siphoning cooking oil from storage tanks at two Luzerne County restaurants into tanks hidden inside his van. Caraballo Matos was taken into custody at his home near Allentown and will soon be brought to Luzerne County to face felony charges. But why cooking oil? That’s still a bit of a mystery that police are trying to solve. According to reports, the theft of cooking oil is becoming more common. Restaurant owners recycle it to get paid by companies that refine it into fuel, but it’s unclear why it has been the subject of some recent thefts. “It goes a lot deeper than just a theft of cooking oil,” West Pittston police Chief Michael Turner said. Matos is accused of siphoning cooking oil from the American Grill in Exeter and the B3Q Smokehouse in West Pittston Wednesday into tanks in his van. Police say surveillance video showed him doing so at the West Pittston restaurant, then ramming his van into the owner’s vehicle, reports indicate. Investigators have not yet found the van, the stolen cooking oil or his suspected accomplice. According to reports, Matos is facing charges of burglary, criminal trespass, theft, receiving stolen property, simple assault, reckless endangering, criminal mischief, and traffic violations.(https://bit.ly/3lzdpAg)

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The Lincoln Police Department arrested a man they say had a homemade explosive device in his pocket. On Friday around 8:30 p.m., police stopped a white 1999 Ford F-150. LPD said homeowners in the area had called to report the vehicle was seen driving erratically through the neighborhood. Police said the driver of the truck, 30-year-old Cody Ryan, was wanted for an outstanding felony warrant and was taken into custody. According to police, officers found an item in Ryan’s pocket that was identified by the fire inspector as an illegal explosive device. Police said the device was homemade and intended to explode upon impact with a hard surface. LPD said Ryan was also driving on a revoked license. He was arrested for his outstanding warrant, possession of a destructive device, and driving while revoked 2nd Offense. (https://bit.ly/3oVdkZN)

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Show Notes for Friday, October 22, 2021


Today we visit with Jessica Collins, you know her as Avery Bailey Clark' on "The Young and the Restless”. Her feature film credits include “Catch Me If You Can” and “Beautiful”.

Collins stars in the new AppleTV+ comedy series “Acapulco.” The first few episodes have been out since October 8th now there adding new episodes weekly. Collins plays ‘Diane,’ the joyful and feisty new owner of the hottest resort in Acapulco in 1984. The series shifts between 1984 and current day where we find Eugenio Derbez narrating the stories of working as a young man at the resort in the 1980’s. The series is based on and inspired by his 2017 hit film “How To Be A Latin Lover.”

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October 22

National Make a Dog’s Day

National Nut Day

National Color Day

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A new study finds that dirty money remains easy to hide. (https://econ.st/2YMLLat)

A new survey finds over 70 percent of us aren’t interested in an after-hours holiday gathering this year.

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A Pennsylvania mom admitted giving her teen daughter psychedelic mushrooms and marijuana during a “bonding experience.” 42-year-old Brandy Lee Betz was charged with felony child endangerment after she was reported to cops in June regarding her drug use earlier this year with her 14-year-old daughter. The referral indicated Betz gave the teen “shrooms” and marijuana while in her Middletown home. Dauphin County child welfare officials conducted a parallel probe and Betz confessed to smoking pot with the girl. A witness also told cops Betz went to their home and bragged about the “bonding experience” she had with her daughter, saying they had taken mushrooms and smoked pot together. Investigators met with the teen Tuesday and she confirmed that Betz had given her both drugs and that they took them while together. Betz also told investigators she didn’t want custody of her daughter, Tankersley wrote, but then decided she no longer wanted to discuss the matter with cops. She was later charged with felony child endangerment and misdemeanor corruption of minors after consultation with prosecutors. Betz, who was arrested Tuesday, was released from custody on $10,000 unsecured bail. (https://bit.ly/3lzXkdy)

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Serious football fans have been presented with a rather unique encouragement to buy a house: a dinner date with NFL Hall of Famer, longtime Dallas Cowboys player and Dancing with the Stars season-three winner, Emmitt Smith! And he has priced his home in honor of his former Cowboys # 22, listed at $2.2 million. In addition to dinner, the buyer of this Dallas home, built for Smith in 1995, will own a 10,806-square-foot home next door to a large wooded park and lake with private access. There are five bedrooms, nine baths. For potential buyers who admire Emmitt’s furnishings as well as the house, they’re negotiable. For more celebrity home news and home video tours, visit TopTenRealEstateDeals.com

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A Palo Alto woman was charged with arson for setting one of California's wildfires. Cops believe the arsonist may have had help from her boyfriend too. https://bit.ly/3i9fyQX

A Staten Island dad was busted for secretly filming nude videos of his live-in nanny. (https://bit.ly/3zNmc5b)

A Scottish woman was "mortified" when five concerned police officers turned up at her door because of a report of screaming. Hollie Hunter said she freaked out so badly when she saw a "massive spider" in her bedroom that a neighbor rang the police. When cops arrived they found that the 30-year-old woman was not being attacked but needed help with an eight-legged intruder. Officers found the spider underneath her mattress and removed it, but "not without laughing" at her. In a post on Facebook, Hunter said she had "never been so mortified" adding that "it’s time to seek help for my phobias".

A lost dog in England was reunited with his owner after climbing aboard a city bus, where passengers soon realized the canine was riding solo. Passengers said the dog followed a human passenger onto the vehicle, and it was a short time later when they discovered the human was not accompanying the canine. Concerned riders posted pictures of the dog to social media, and an administrator on the "Plymouth (UK) pets lost & found" group later confirmed the dog had been reunited with his family. Bus managers shared the story of the dog, named Patch, on its Facebook page.

I’m sure we have all had sore throats that feel like we swallowed a cactus. But can you imagine what it would feel like to have a 1.5-inch nail lodged in your esophagus? This is what a seven-year-old Istanbul, Turkey, girl had experienced when doctors discovered a large nail in her neck as doctors prepared to remove her tonsils. The girl reportedly began complaining of sharp throat pains around the age of two. Doctors believe that is when she swallowed the nail.

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An artist in Argentina used bombs to blow up his paintings, so that they only exist as Digital NFT's. (https://bit.ly/3mxszFj)

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First dates can be awkward, but a woman on TikTok shared a unique horror story that has since gone viral. Elyse Myers starts off by explaining that before meeting her husband, she had used dating apps to meet people. The story begins with this particular man inviting her out to dinner. They planned to meet first at his place. When Myers arrived, her date said he'd lost his keys and asked her to drive. He gave her directions and they ended up at a Taco Bell – in the drive-thru lane. It gets worse. He then ordered 100 hard-shell tacos. Moments later, the man told his date he couldn't find his wallet. Myers says she agreed to pay, and they returned to his house only to eat the tacos at his kitchen table in silence. The man’s father briefly joined them before Myers decided the date was over. She took the remaining tacos with her. The video, uploaded earlier this week, has been viewed over 12.3 million times. In a follow-up video, Myers confirmed that the tacos cost about $150. AND while they waited 15 minutes for the order, the guy spent the entire time talking about his ex-girlfriend. (https://fxn.ws/3AqALfC)

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A Huntingdon County man was arrested for burglary after he broke into a home and stole a bottle of Mtn Dew. Matthew Lane, 34, is facing felony burglary charges after breaking into the home on Thursday afternoon. Police were called just after 3 p.m. Oct. 7 when the victim told police that Lane entered his home without permission and took a bottle of Mtn Dew from the fridge. Lane was arrested for burglary and was placed in Huntingdon County Prison on $75,000 bail. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 20. (https://bit.ly/2WWvEpC)

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Two Men Lost At Sea For 29 Days Say It 'Was A Nice Break From Everything'
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