Show Notes for Friday, March 17, 2023

Today we visit with TWO of the Women Of Wrestling (WOW) We have Foxxy Fierce and Kandi Krush joining us to visit about two new Docuseries that premier this month on Pluto TV. 

WOW - Women Of Wrestling airs in weekend syndication and on Pluto TV

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March 17

National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day

St. Patrick’s Day

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If current trends continue, half of the world’s population will be overweight or obese by 2035, according to a new report by the World Obesity Federation. The findings, published in the World Obesity Atlas 2023, suggest the global obesity epidemic will continue to snowball if prevention and treatment measures do not improve. The report projects that 51% of the world’s population — over 4 billion people — will be considered overweight or obese in 12 years. Additionally, 1 in 4 people are predicted to be obese — a staggering jump from the 1 in 7 living with obesity now. People with a body mass index of more than 25 are considered overweight, while obesity is defined as a BMI of over 30.

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Academy Award winner Sandra Bullock tops the list of actors in Oscar-worthy movies in terms of her worth per second to these films. According to a study commissioned by, Bullock is worth nearly $95,000 for every second she’s on the screen in recent Oscar-nominated films. Sir Ian McKellen came in second, followed, in order, by Kate Winslet, Whoopi Goldberg and Dustin Hoffman. At the opposite end of the scale, Robert De Niro and Tom Cruise rank 48th and 49th, with just over $26,000 of box office worth per second.


Jenny Ortega is living the dream with the title role in Netflix’s smash hit “Wednesday”, but she has revealed she very nearly turned down the role. Ortega – who enjoyed a separate triumph with her comedic turn on “SNL” on the weekend – initially wasn’t interested in the role, saying when she “got the email”, she “passed on it”, because she had already done a lot of TV, and wanted to concentrate on a film career. It was only the lure of director and exec producer Tim Burton that persuaded her reconsider. Ortega said even though he is “such a legend”, he still had to ask her “a few more times” before she eventually relented — going on to star in what has become the second-most watched English-language show in Netflix’s history.

CBS is set to air a primetime special titled “A Salute to ‘NCIS: Los Angeles’” immediately after the 2-part conclusion of the long-running crime show on May 21. Capping off 14 seasons, the first part of the series finale will air May 14, and the second May 21, followed by the one-hour farewell special at 10pm. Hosted by “Entertainment Tonight’s” Kevin Frazier, A Salute to NCIS: Los Angeles will feature interviews with cast members from the past 14 years, along with behind-the-scenes footage.

Millie Bobby Brown is ready to leave Hawkins in the rearview. The 19-year-old said she’s “very ready” to say goodbye to “Stranger Things”, as she prepares to film the 5th and final season of Netflix’s sci-fi series, which premiered in 2016. Although she is “really grateful” for the show, Brown said she is “definitely ready to wrap up” as “a lot of the story that’s been told now”, and she is now focusing on the bigger picture of her career. Brown is set to star in the upcoming films “Damsel” and “The Electric State”.

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A study claims you waste $75 in gas a year by messing up and going the wrong way.

What are sports? If that question was posed to the contestants in a recent episode of “Jeopardy!”, we’re pretty sure they would have managed to get that wrong, too. On the game show last Thursday, the young trivia whizzes bombed every single clue in a category called “In the Sport.” Here are the answers that they were tasked with coming up with the “questions” for. Try them, and see how you do…

The $1,000 clue: “Chunker, gag bit, mallet, a lot of money.” Two of the contestants offered up roulette (is that even a sport?) and horseracing. The third didn’t even try. The Answer: Polo.

The $800 clue: “Penalty killing, plus-minus, the five-hole, ‘the biscuit’ (that’s what everyone’s chasing).” No one guessed. The Answer: Hockey.

The $600 clue: “Eight-count, accidental butt, cutman (for said accidental butt).” Silence. The Answer: Boxing.

The $400 clue: “Best ball, casual water, closed face, and – the absolute worst – shank” One player said: “What is water polo?” The Answer: Golf.

The $200 clue: “Inherited runners, appeal play, pickoff.” Crickets from the contestants. The Answer: Baseball.


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Roses cut in the afternoon will last longer than ones cut in the morning.

The chess term “checkmate” is from the 14th-century Arabic phrase, “shah mat,” meaning “the king is helpless.”

Technically speaking, brides don’t walk down the aisle – they walk down the ‘nave’.

Soybeans produce more flatulence than any other bean.

It would take less than 6 months to get to the Moon by car at 60mph (95km/h).

Mickey Mouse’s dog “Pluto” was named after the planet, not the other way around.


Question: If you’re average, you do THIS 3 times a day. What is it?

Answer: Tie your shoes

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Automaker Ford has filed a patent application for a device that could lock owners out of their cars if they miss payments. The patent describes how the internet operates, the network connected to your car, and according to Vice, potential scenarios – including how a lending bank or institution could use an app or infotainment system to bring up your late payments. From there, the car could start having features disabled like the radio, or GPS, until payment is brought up to date. The car could “escalate” to shutting down the A/C, automatic locks, or even not operating during times of the day that the vehicle is not needed for work. The car could make a loud buzz or other noise that would make driving the vehicle unpleasant, all before finally just locking you out of the car. From there, the car could end up helping in its own repossession, possibly even moving autonomously to an area where it would be easier to tow. LINK:

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Recently a Redditor asked: “What’s something ancient that only an internet veteran would remember?” Here are some of the awesome answers:

➢ “Having a ‘computer room.'”

➢ “The (Oogachaka) Dancing Baby” LINK:

➢ “Netscape”

➢ “Getting booted off the internet when someone in the other room picked up the phone.”

➢ “Ask Jeeves”

➢ “Discussion boards for specific topics. I met a lot of cool people, some of which I’m still in contact with a good decade and a half later.”

➢ “An internet that didn’t have any advertising.”

➢ “I remember when Amazon was just an online bookstore.”

➢ “The hit counter on the bottom of webpages that told you how many people had visited the page.”

➢ “The Napster and Lars Ulrich (Metallica) drama.”

➢ “How about: the sound of dialup??”

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