Show Notes for Tuesday, July 26, 2022

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July 26th

National All or Nothing Day

National Aunt and Uncle’s Day

National Bagelfest Day

National Coffee Milkshake Day

National Disability Independence Day

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A study (Ohio State University) found that boys are more afraid of snakes, monsters, and scary amusement park rides than girls, while girls are more afraid of thunderstorms and the dark.

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Quidditch, a sport created for the fictional world of Harry Potter before spreading to US college campuses, is changing its name to quadball. In December, 2 of the sport’s major governing bodies, US Quidditch and Major League Quidditch, said they were considering a name change due to “sponsorship and broadcast opportunities” that had been lost because Warner Bros, which produces the ‘Harry Potter’ film series, owns the copyright for the sport’s present name. But this week, another of the sport’s governing bodies, the International Quidditch Association, cited JK Rowling’s “anti-trans positions” as a reason for the change. The Harry Potter author has been accused of being transphobic, an allegation she denies.


The weekend’s big new movie, “Nope,” is hitting the low end of pre-release projections with an estimated $44.5 million opening through Sunday, enough to top the box office. Prior to the weekend, “Nope” was projected for a $45-50 million opening. That’s higher than the $33 million opening earned by director Jordan Peele’s debut film “Get Out” in 2017 but well below the $71 million earned by “Us” in 2019.

Dwayne Johnson, going back to his WWE days, always know how to make an entrance, and Saturday was no exception as the action star, fully clad as DC superhero ‘Black Adam’, was ‘elevated’ into Comic-Con’s Hall H as the speakers shook the room. Adorning attendees’ necks were Black Adam lightning lights which flicked on when he arrived. Johnson’s voiced boomed: “Hall H, you have been warned. The DC universe will never be the same again.” Johnson returned to stage in more relaxed summer wear after the rest of the movie’s cast was introduced, saying “I heard Black Adam was here”. Next, he premiered a new teaser revving up for the pic’s October 21 release date. LINK:

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“Late Night Talking” will soon turn into late-night studying for some college students. Texas State University in San Marcos is offering a class about Harry Styles beginning in the spring. The honors college course, titled “Harry Styles and the Cult of Celebrity: Identity, the Internet and European Pop Culture,” will focus on Styles’ music, plus “the cultural and political development of the modern celebrity as related to questions of gender and sexuality, race, class, nation and globalism, media, fashion, fan culture, internet culture, and consumerism,” according to the class flyer. Teacher Dr. Louie Dean Valencia says he wants “the class to get to really see how the world has changed in the last 12 years or so, but also how to put that into historical context, through the lens of Harry Styles.”

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Wild birds in Australia have been heard swearing, having learned the words from escaped pets.

You inhale about 700,000 of your own skin flakes daily.

The sound from a human yell would take 3½ hours to travel from New York to San Francisco.

That wonderful “new car smell” is actually a combination of the scents of 50+ chemicals.

The Loch Ness monster is protected by the 1912 Protection of Animals Acts of Scotland.


Question: 65% of women have made their partner do THIS before going out. What is it?

Answer: Change their shoes

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A Missouri man is suing Bass Pro Shops because he says it is refusing to honor its lifetime warranty on socks. Kent Slaughter of Springfield said that after almost a decade of exchanging his “Redhead Lifetime Guarantee All-Purpose Wool Socks” every time they wore out, the outdoor recreation equipment chain changed its policy in 2021. Instead of getting another 4 pairs with lifetime warranties, Slaughter says in his class-action suit that he given socks that only carried a 60-day warranty. The lawsuit said Bass Pro is misrepresenting the socks in its ads because it says they are “The last sock you’ll ever need to buy”.

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Pass out in the sun

Run with scissors

Do a eulogy

Get a tattoo

Laugh at the same time

Tell your family what you’ve kept bottled up inside for YEARS!


Order anything online

Accept a dare

Not invite Heidi

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A border collie named Saul definitely earned some extra treats, after helping a search and rescue team find his owner in California’s Tahoe National Forest. On July 12, Saul’s 53-year-old owner tumbled 70 feet while hiking, and broke a hip and several ribs. The next day, he finally got cell service and called for help. About 25 people with Search & Rescue made their way to the area, and “in true Lassie fashion,” Saul ran up to 2 members of the team and led them to his owner, who was under a camouflage tarp. According to a police Sgt., Saul was “jumping up and down and spinning around in circles,” then “He took them right to the victim.” The man was airlifted to hospital, and Saul was treated to a “well-deserved dinner.”