Show Notes for Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Scott Evans about his new TV show “America's Big Deal” on USA Network Thursday night.

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November 17

National Butter Day

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A new study is warning of a new school system phenomenon called "educational gag orders." (

There are more breakups over the holidays than any other season of the year. A dating website asked users share the worst breakup lines they’ve been handed:

You earlobes distract me.

My mother says you look shifty.

My old girlfriend just came back from Italy, so this will be our last date.

Dancing is how I express myself, and you have no rhythm.

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A man is facing several drug charges after a traffic stop in Twiggs County last week. According to a news release, it happened around 4:45 p.m. Thursday. It says deputies stopped a green Honda CRV on I-16 near mile marker 19 after the driver couldn’t stay in his lane. Deputies reported a strong smell of marijuana coming from inside the SUV. During a search, they found a 45-quart Yeti cooler with eight Yeti tumblers full of marijuana. It was about a pound of marijuana in total. The driver, identified as Shawn Mock, was arrested and searched. During that search, deputies found 81 hydrocodone pills and 22 oxycodone pills in plastic bags in his pockets. Mock is charged with failure to maintain lane, trafficking, and three counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance. (


Dr. Oz is considering running for Senate in Pennsylvania. (

Joe Pesci was a clear winner during the Jersey Shore real estate boom. Now that New Yorkers are flooding the New Jersey real estate market and snapping up everything in sight, Joe Pesci’s waterfront home sold for his original 2019 asking price of $6.5 million, making it the highest-priced sale in the area. A native of Newark, Pesci purchased the home in 1994 for $850,000. Located on the seven-mile-long barrier island in the Lavallette section of the Jersey Shore, the 7,200-square-foot home has a waterfront pool and spa on the expansive deck overlooking the water and its private pier. For more celebrity home news and home video tours, visit

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More than a dozen New York City Cops have relocated to Lakeland, Florida because of the vaccine mandate and are now on the force down there. (

Michigan’s attorney general apologized and said she drank too much booze before last month’s Michigan-Michigan State football game. Dana Nessel said she had two Bloody Mary’s on an empty stomach while attending a tailgate party. (

A new business called “City Climb” allows tourists to climb up the sides of New York City Skyscrapers. (

Five Inmates, including two accused murderers, escaped from a Georgia Jail on Friday. (

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The United Kingdom has launched a new Television Channel for dogs. The new “Dog-TV” has been scientifically designed to please dogs.

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A Texas woman has been charged with murder after she shot and killed her neighbor during a dispute over the alleged theft of a “bouncy house.” 30-year-old Nora Lee Lopez turned herself in to the Austin Police Department for the murder of her 52-year-old neighbor James Traylor, who she allegedly shot multiple times after she accused him of stealing the inflatable party attraction. Police responded to a call of shots fired in East Austin just after 8:00 a.m. on November 1st. When police arrived, they discovered Traylor with several gunshot wounds. He was transported to Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas, where he was pronounced dead an hour later. Police canvassed the area and spoke to witnesses, who described the bouncy house argument. A warrant was then issued for Lopez. (

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The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is investigating an officer-involved shooting after Largo Police said officers shot at a man who was armed with a rifle Saturday night. The incident took place after officers responded at 9:50 p.m. to a domestic disturbance. A man was reportedly at the location, on the property of his ex-girlfriend’s residency. According to a police department release, the man was damaging the woman’s vehicle and had gotten into an altercation with neighbors. Police said that upon arriving at the scene, officers made contact with the armed man, and three officers were involved in the shooting as a result of the encounter. The man who was shot was transported to a local hospital, where he is being treated for what are believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. In addition, two Largo officers were involved in a vehicle crash while responding to the scene. The officers were transported to a local hospital for precautionary measures. No names are being released while the investigation is underway. (

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