Show Notes for Thursday, November 18, 2021


Dear John,

I have a super talented friend who had planned to take an opportunity to advance his career in a different city. He just told me he is planning to stay here now because he started dating someone here. I think he's making a huge mistake. The opportunity he's giving up may never come along again. This girl that he is dating has a track record of date them and dump them, that's according to her best friend. I'm pretty sure she's gonna break his heart and the opportunity may have passed. How do I convince him to move on? I will miss him when he's gone, but I also know this could he his one shot at getting his “big break” in his career. Meanwhile, his girlfriend is flirting with other guys every single time we go out. Is there anything I can do to help?

Signed – Friend and #1 Fan

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A terminally ill man from Worcestershire, England, claimed that police shoved him to the ground during a "frightening" arrest last week after he mooned a speed camera in his town. 55-year-old Darrell Meekcom was diagnosed with multiple system atrophy last month and said mooning a speed camera was on his "bucket list," according to the Kidderminster Shuttle newspaper in his hometown. (

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