Show Notes for Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Today we visit with Brandon Fugal, the owner of Skinwalker Ranch. We'll visit about his TV Shows "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" and "Beyond Skinwalker Ranch" on the History Channel

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May 31

World Parrot Day

World No Tobacco Day

National Utah Day

Necrotizing Fasciitis Awareness Day

National Smile Day

National Autonomous Vehicle Day

National Flip Flop Day

National Senior Health & Fitness Day

National Macaroon Day

National Speak In Complete Sentences Day

National Save Your Hearing Day

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New research says the reason it seems mosquitos are especially attracted to you could be your…smelly armpits. That’s why some people are so delicious to the annoying critters — while others get off scot-free, according to scientists. Mosquitos are drawn to body odor, also known as BO — and mosquitoes can find us from 350 feet away once they get a whiff. In the study, BO was a more attractive bait than CO2, which is a known cue for mosquitoes.

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Owners of new Ford vehicles will be able to tune in to AM radio in their cars, trucks and SUVs after all. CEO Jim Farley announced Tuesday that the automaker is reversing its plan to remove AM radio from vehicles, both electric and gasoline operated, in 2024. On social media, he wrote: “After speaking with policy leaders about the importance of AM broadcast radio as a part of the emergency alert system, we’ve decided to include it on all 2024 Ford & Lincoln vehicles. For any owners of Ford EVs without AM broadcast capability, we’ll offer a software update.” LINK:

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Big Brother’s motto has always been “expect the unexpected,” and there are 2 surprises coming for viewers of the show. CBS has announced there will be a completely new cast, and a delayed premiere date. Unlike the past 2 seasons of the show, which premiered the first week of July, season 25 will not premiere until almost a full month later, on August 2. CBS also revealed: “In a special 90-minute episode, Big Brother premieres its milestone 25th season as a group of all-new Houseguests moves into the Big Brother House.” Many had assumed that the landmark 25th season of the show would feature returning “all-stars”.

Vin Diesel says spinoffs of the “Fast & Furious” franchise are already in the works, including a female-led installment. Speaking at the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project Block Party, he revealed that he started developing the female spinoff “in 2017 with other spinoffs, and the sooner I deliver the finale, the sooner I can launch all the spinoffs.” “Fast X” is supposedly the first of a 2-part ending, but in a recent interview, he teased that the ending might be spread out over 3 films.

He’s back! Arnold Schwarzenegger has accepted the position of Netflix’s CAO — Chief Action Officer. A press release from the streamer says: “Arnold is working around the clock to bring you the most explosive series and films on earth! Get ready for a hard-hitting roller coaster ride as Netflix cranks its action slate into the next gear.” In a promo video, Arnold pulls up to the streaming service’s headquarters in an army tank, and says: “No one loves action as much as I do. That’s why I’ve accepted a big new job as Netflix’s Chief Action Officer.”

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An avocado truck spill in Pennsylvania shut down a highway.

Miracle drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy — which have recently exploded in popularity for their incredible weight loss side effects — may also quell be an “accidental” treatment for addiction, some experts say. Patients who have taken these type 2 diabetes treatments have reported that they compel them to better control their impulses — especially when it comes to buying and eating junk food. And Tulane University has also observed that for some, it makes “people want to drink less alcohol.” North Carolina researchers are now looking into whether drugs like these could be prescribed to suppress the urges to drink and smoke.

I may have just found a dream job for like, almost everyone I know. A company is offering to pay 3 people $100 per hour to watch TikTok – for 10 hours straight. Ubiquitous, an Influencer marketing agency, is hoping this will assist it in gauging emerging trends online. To apply for the TikTok Watching job, subscribe to the company’s YouTube channel, and send a message, telling them why you’re the best person for the job. Ubiquitous says it is looking for people 18 and older who are very familiar with how the platform works – particularly trends. After the watching session, participants will be asked to post their experience on any social media platform, and tag the company.

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Applesauce was the first food eaten in space by astronauts.

When you look at a bright sky and see white dots, you are looking at your white blood cells.

On average, a 150-pound (68kg) person burns 114 calories per hour while standing and doing nothing.

A wildlife technician once calculated that a woodchuck would chuck 700 pounds of wood if it “could chuck wood”.

Some fish cough. Really.


Question: 9% of workers admit their boss had to talk to them about THIS. What is it?

Answer: Their messy work space

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In China, thieves stopped a truck as it was leaving a tech factory. They threatened the driver and hijacked the truck, getting away with millions of dollars worth of phone parts. Unfortunately, they were parts for several different types of phones and didn’t all fit together. And, worst of all, it was a truckload of broken parts, which were being taken to a recycling facility.

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(According to a survey of 10 “expert” websites…)

1. “Field of Dreams” (1989): Starring Kevin Costner, the story of an Iowa farmer who hears a voice telling him to build a baseball field on his land, and the magical events that unfold when he does.

2. “Bull Durham” (1988): Yup. Costner again. This rom-com features Susan Sarandon as his love interest and is set in the minor leagues, exploring the relationships between players, coaches, and fans.

3. “Moneyball” (2011): Based on a true story, it stars Brad Pitt as Billy Beane, the GM of the Oakland Athletics, who uses data analysis to build a winning team on a budget.

4. “A League of Their Own” (1992): Starring Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, and Madonna, it tells the story of the first women’s pro baseball league, put together during WW II, when many male players were serving overseas.

5. “The Natural” (1984): Starring Robert Redford, it is based on a novel of the same name, telling the story of a talented but troubled baseball player who gets a second chance at greatness.

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The simple act of opening a bottle of wine has brought more happiness to the human race than all the collective governments in the history of earth. - Jim Harrison

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Eighth Grader's Act of Kindness Touches The Heart Of An Elderly Woman

Show Notes for Tuesday, May 30, 2023

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE OR HERE

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May 30

World Multiple Sclerosis Day

National Creativity Day

Loomis Day

National Mint Julep Day

National Hole In My Bucket Day

National Water A Flower Day

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A new study may give evidence that an area of the brain can experience a wave of activity for some people right before they die. The study from the University of Michigan recorded activity in the area of the brain associated with consciousness, in 4 comatose patients who died from cardiac arrest while in hospital and under EEG monitoring. After the patients were removed from life support (once it was determined they were beyond medical help), 2 of the 4 showed an increased heart rate and a surge of gamma wave activity, which is considered the fastest brain activity and associated with consciousness. What does this mean? When similar results were witnessed last year in the death of an 87-year-old man, researchers said the rhythmic brain activity could support the “life flashing before your eyes” theory.

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Owen Wilson needs a new pair of pajamas — because a homeless man got into his house, and put on his sleepwear. Police say the man ended up inside Wilson’s Santa Monica home, rummaging through the house before slipping into a pair of the actor’s pjs. Reportedly, Wilson’s assistant came home to discover the intruder, coming face-to-face with the man before they both fled in different directions. Owen’s assistant called police, who arrested a pajama-clad suspect. It’s believed nothing else was taken.


This Ken doll is a former WWE champion. John Cena revealed that a chance encounter with “Barbie” star and producer Margot Robbie landed him a role in the upcoming live-action film. On “Today”, Cena explained that the “happy accident” came about because he will again square off against the “Fast & Furious” family in the upcoming “Fast X”, and while filming, he pitched himself to Robbie, who was shooting Barbie right across the street. That resulted in his being cast as a merman.

John Cena admitted he was “shortsighted and selfish” for starting a feud with Dwayne Johnson a decade ago, when they faced off against one another as WWE stars. On the “Happy Sad Confused” podcast, Cena said the pair – who both have gone on to become huge Hollywood stars, sharing screen credits in this year’s “Fast X” – “always have been good, except for one little patch where I really messed up.” That’s in reference to the time in 2011 when Johnson – already a movie star — returned to WWE, and Cena took it as a provocation and opportunity to “call him out” for coming back, and challenge him to fight. The “Trainwreck” actor explained he “got selfish, and me…not having any concept of growth or someone else’s perspective” caused him to start the feud. He says their friendship “now is in a really good place.”

They can definitely pay their bills, bills, bills. Jay-Z and Beyoncé bought their enormous new Malibu CA compound entirely in cash, it has been reported. The power couple dropped $200 million on the estate, which officially made it the most expensive home ever purchased in the state. It is also said to be the second most expensive in the history of US real estate, after a NewYork City apartment that sold for $238 million. Beyoncé has a net worth of $450 million, according to Forbes, while Jay-Z has $2.5 billion to his name. And of course, Queen Bey also just kicked off her “Renaissance” tour, which is expected to rake in more than $1 billion.

You may have heard that Harrison Ford gets de-aged for a flashback sequence in the new “Indiana Jones” movie. Last week, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” officially premiered at Cannes, and though the resulting standing ovation moved its star to tears, some criticized Hollywood’s choice to use de-aging technology, rather than simply cast younger actors for flashback scenes. But Ford defended the flick’s use of it at a press conference, saying: “I know that that is my face. It’s not a kind of Photoshop magic — that’s what I looked like 35 years ago. Because Lucasfilm has every frame of film that we’ve made together over all of these years. He continued, “It’s just a trick unless it’s supported by a story, and it sticks out like a sore thumb if it’s not honest, it’s not real… I mean, emotionally real. And so, I think it was used very skillfully.”

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According to a study, American women have the biggest breasts.

With the “Barbie” movie set to become one of this summer’s blockbusters, people in New York are getting an early taste of ‘Barbie World’ with the opening of “Malibu Barbie Café”, and it’s as pink as you are imagining right now. The pop-up restaurant is decked out like a girly West Coast beach bungalow where there are pink palm trees, Instagram backgrounds and Madonna’s ‘Material Girl’ blasting on the speakers. Not a detail has been overlooked, with the original Malibu Barbie — first released in 1971 — there to greet you at the front door. Guests of the 2-story, 120-seat restaurant can build a sandcastle in a real sandpit, step into the life-sized Malibu Barbie box for an Instagram shot or jump on a surfboard and pretend to ride the waves. And the food isn’t plastic, it’s fantastic, by the sound of things. The menu includes the ‘Live Your Dream’ grilled cheese, and kids will love sampling the ‘Pacific Paradise Rainbow’ pancakes. Several menu items are a vibrant pink that’s perfectly on theme. Oh, and Barbie girls or boys who are old enough can sip on the ‘Think Pink Margarita’, the ‘French “71”’ (in honor of the year Malibu Barbie was first released) and the ‘Beach Mojito’, which has edible pink glitter. Malibu Barbie Café is open through Sept. 15. LINK:

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The sting from a killer bee contains less venom than the sting from a regular bee.

Dogs sneeze to show they’re play-fighting.

Goats have accents, depending on the region they grow up in.

Smiling can lower your heart rate – and your stress level.


Question: A survey found that THIS causes people to panic about 3 times a month. What is it?

Answer: The feeling that they have nothing to wear

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Starting later this year, you’ll be able to type out a friendly greeting…or your coffee order on an iPhone, and hear your own voice — or something close to it — speak it aloud. And it won’t require any additional apps or accounts…just a free software update. While it sounds like a fun feature, “Personal Voice” also has a very functional use. For those who can no longer speak with the clarity they once did, tools like this could help them interact with the world, and the people in it, more easily. Personal Voice is one of a handful of new assistive features that will arrive on Apple devices this year.

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You are always doing something marginal when the boss drops by your desk.

A pat on the back is only a few centimeters from a kick in the butt.

After any salary raise, you will have less money at the end of the month than you did before.

The more crap you put up with, the more crap you are going to get.

When the boss talks about improving productivity, he’s never talking about himself.

There will always be beer cans rolling on the floor of your car when the boss asks for a ride home from the office.

The people who get to go to conferences are the ones who shouldn’t.

To err is human, to forgive is not our policy.

If you’re good, you will be assigned all the work. If you’re really good, you’ll get out of it.

If it wasn’t for the last minute, nothing would get done.

Eat one live toad first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.

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Haters are just confused admirers because they can’t figure out the reason why everyone loves you. - Jeffree Star

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An Animal Shelter In Kansas Is Raising Money By Posting 'Sexy' Photos Of Their Animals' Paws

Show Notes for Monday, May 29, 2023

This #MilitaryStarMonday we visit with one of the greatest fighter pilots in Air Force history, Hasard Lee. He is also the author of the new book “THE ART OF CLEAR THINKING: A Stealth Fighter Pilot's Timeless Rules for Making Tough Decisions”

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May 29

National 529 Day

International Day Of UN Peacekeepers

National Coq Au Vin Day

National Paperclip Day

Memorial Day

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More than half of employees say they’re stressed at work every day, according to a poll. With that in mind, it’s good to know there is an effective, scientifically proven tool we can use in our daily lives to combat that feeling. And that is…Microbreaks! Research consistently shows that if we can build time to reset and recharge, we can interrupt the sort of cumulative stress that leads to burnout. A recent North Carolina State University study found that employees’ energy increased after just a 5-minute break. And so did the likelihood they would set and achieve work goals. Another study, in the Journal of Applied Psychology, found that call center workers who took micro-breaks experienced a mood boost that translated into better sales performance. And even short breaks between meetings have been found to help employees stay focused and energized, stopping cumulative stress from building up and giving workers’ brains a chance to “reset.”

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The average person spends more than an entire work week per year simply purchasing beverages such as coffee at the café during the workday, according to a new survey. The poll of on-site employees found it takes about 16 minutes to leave one’s desk, buy a drink and return. And with 3 such trips a week, employees end up losing about 50 working hours per year. And the money spent on beverages also adds up. At the work café, the average American buys about 2½ drinks, totaling about $16 per visit. That equals about $2,800 a year.


Don’t expect to see Arnold Schwarzenegger turn up in any future “Terminator” movies. In a new Hollywood Reporter profile, the strongman says that while the movie series is “largely responsible for” his success,” it has moved on without him. In the article, Schwarzenegger declares: “The franchise is not done. I’m done.” He said that he “got the message loud and clear that the world wants to move on with a different theme when it comes to The Terminator. (But) someone has to come up with a great idea.” On the positive side, when it comes to his future, the 75-yar-old said: “My plan is to live forever.”

General Hospital” star Haley Pullos was arrested for an alleged DUI in California following a major crash on a Pasadena highway. Pullos, who has starred on the long-running ABC soap opera as ‘Molly Lansing-Davis’ since 2009, was arrested for felony DUI while recovering in hospital following the April 29 crash, according to a police report. Cops say she suddenly swerved and flew over the barrier into oncoming traffic, eventually colliding head-on with another vehicle. Pullos had to be freed from her vehicle by firefighters and was then placed in an ambulance, where she became violent, striking a firefighter in the head and allegedly yelling, “this s a $400 (freaking) shirt.”

Kim Kardashian is looking ahead, with some good grades behind her. (No pun intended…) Kimmy K got straight A’s on her latest law school midterms. While promoting her latest shapewear popup in New York’s Rockefeller Center, Kardashian gave the “Today” show an update on her law school progress, saying: “I’m still studying. I’m actually in constitutional law 1 and 2 right now….I took a midterm yesterday. I got 100%, and then I got a 95% on my other midterm. What comes next? The bar exam, which she hopes to take in the next year, “and be done.”

Kim Kardashian admits that parenting is one of the “most challenging” things in her life, and sometimes she cries herself to sleep, because of the chaos inolved. In the “On Purpose with Jay Shetty” podcast, the reality star, who shares 2 daughters and 2 sons with ex-husband Kanye West, called the joys of parenting “full madness” at times. Quote: “Everyone says the days are long and the years are short, and that couldn’t be like a more true statement. When you’re in it, I mean, especially when they’re babies and you’re feeding, there’s madness going on. It’s like full madness. It’s the best chaos though.” The 42-year-old went on to note that “parenting is the thing that has taught me the most about myself.”

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If it’s your thing to sleep in on the weekend in an effort at making up for sleep lost during another hectic work-week, I’ve got bad news for you: It doesn’t work. Dr. Lindsay Browning, who is a neurologist, psychologist, and sleep expert, says being sleep-deprived and then relying on the weekend to recover, may help in the short term, but in the long run, the extra rest may create a false sense of recovery. And what’s more, trying to catch up on the weekend may make things worse. She says that research has shown that it can take up to 4 days to recover one hour of lost sleep and up to 9 days to fully recover from sleep deprivation.

Swapping that soda for a diet option, or adding sweetener to your coffee may not be the best choice for weight loss after all. The World Health Organization Has released new guidelines warning us not to use non-sugar sweeteners for weight loss, because it may do more harm than good. New findings showed that artificial sweeteners — like aspartame, a sugar substitute found in Diet Coke — don’t do much to reduce your waistline. And long-term use of these fake sugars could increase your risk for Type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and even death.

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Other names considered for the Seven Dwarfs: Snoopy, Dippy, Blabby, Woeful and Flabby.

In France, bees were found to make green and blue honey. The Beekeepers’ Association discovered it was a result of the bees eating the sugary waste from a nearly M&Ms factory.

All babies are color blind when they are born.

Apples are 25% air.


Question: 34 percent of U.S. households have one of these in the kitchen. Answer: Television

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Here’s the latest bizarre food mash-up: Velveeta – known for the melty goodness of its golden cheese – has gotten together with chocolate company Compartés Chocolatier to create the first-ever chocolate cheese truffle. Given the name “TruffVels,” these truffles combine cheese and chocolate, using Compartés sweet white chocolate, coupled with Velveeta cheese. The truffle takes on the iconic custom shell shape, and is infused with Velveeta molten cheese sauce.

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Watermelon: It can protect vascular function if you consume a lot of sugar, thanks to its amino acids.

Kale: Yup. It HAD to be kale. Leafy greens in general are good for you, but kale has an abundance of heart-friendly nutrients, including potassium, fiber, folate and calcium, and can lower bad cholesterol.

Oats: They also lower bad (LDL) cholesterol. Also rich in antioxidants, which helps protect from heart disease. (Until you cover it in sugar, that is…)

Avocado: Contains healthy fats which help protect the heart by maintaining levels of ‘good’ cholesterol and reducing levels of LDL cholesterol. Plus, avocados contain many nutrients which benefit the heart and cardiovascular system. (A ‘toast’ to avocados!)

Dark chocolate: You’ve heard this before. It is high in flavonoids – also found in tea, leafy vegetables and citrus fruits – which act as antioxidants and have powerful anti-inflammatory effects, and can improve blood vessel function and lower blood pressure.

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You can’t have everything. Where would you put it? – Steven Wright

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ICSO Deputies Use Life-Saving Efforts To Save Infant

Show Notes for Saturday, May 27 & Sunday, May 28, 2023

Today we visit with best-selling author and filmmaker Doris Kearns Goodwin about her latest project
FDR” – the three-night docu-series – premieres on Memorial Day, Monday 29th, at 8pm (7pm CT) on The History Channel. FDR on History Channel -


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May 27

National Grape Popsicle Day

National Cellophane Tape Day

May 28

National Beef Burger Day

National Hamburger Day

National Brisket Day

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I’m starting to wonder if anyone can be trusted. Why? According to a new survey, more than 4 in 5 people (82%) have, at some point, snooped through someone else’s digital device. And exactly whose device are we most likely to snoop through? A romantic partner or ex, of course. According to a poll of more than 1,000, commissioned by Secure Data Recovery Services, a perhaps shocking 53% say they’ve found something incriminating or concerning while going through someone else’s device. Most commonly, that is evidence their significant other is cheating or flirting with others. Women were more likely to do the snooping (88%) in comparison to men (77%). Only one in 10 respondents said they’ve never looked through someone else’s device.

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It’s a “Wienermobile” no more. For the first time in its nearly century-long existence, the famous hot-dog-shaped vehicle is changing its name. Oscar Mayer’s iconic Wienermobile is now known as … the “Frankmobile”. The company says the new Frankmobile name “pays homage” to the new recipe for its hot dogs, which is rolling out this summer. Despite the rechristening, the Frankmobile looks largely the same as its predecessor – other than a new decal on the side displaying the Frankmobile name. But is the change permanent? Oscar Mayer says that it’s “trying out to see if it ‘cuts the mustard’ with its fans.”


Even Nick Cannon gets confused when it comes to his “baby mamas.” He revealed on Monday’s episode of “The Daily Cannon” that he wrote “handwritten messages from the heart” for Mother’s Day to the 6 women with whom he shares 12 children. He said: “I tried my best, I really did…I thought it would be really, really good to (show them how I feel)…write it down.” But things didn’t work out as planned. He went on to detail how the cards bearing his heartfelt notes got mixed up, “So…one baby mama reads the card about how I feel about the other baby mama …” As his co-hosts groaned and laughed in the background, Cannon then added: “See if I would just got some generic (stuff like) everybody else got, that wouldn’t have happened.”

Martha Stewart has made history as Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s oldest cover model. The businesswoman has been chosen as one of 4 cover models to be featured on the cover of the magazine’s annual Swimsuit Issue, joining Megan Fox, Kim Petras, and Brooks Nader. Speaking to SI, Stewart said she doesn’t often think about age, but she “thought that this is kind of historic.”

Ready to dive back into “Avatar: The Way of Water?” The James Cameron-directed epic, currently the 3rd highest grossing movie of all-time, will make its streaming debut on Max and Disney+ on June 7. The long-awaited sequel to Cameron’s original “Avatar,” which was released in 2009, hit theaters this past Christmas and almost immediately became a runaway success. The next Avatar sequel is scheduled for Christmas 2024.

Watch out, King Charles — Sarah Ferguson has announced that she and her close friend, entrepreneur Sarah Jane Thomson, are launching a podcast called “Tea Talks with the Duchess and Sarah.” The Duchess of York and ex-wife of disgraced Prince Andrew wrote on Instagram: “It’s about time we spilled the tea.” Thompson said listeners can expect the 2 hosts to “spill the tea, chat about our weeks, and sometimes even set the record straight!” The podcast’s official description says they “promise to leave no stone unturned, and no biscuit un-dunked.”

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General Motors just recalled over a million vehicles due to serious safety concerns.

If you want a better night’s sleep, stop looking at the clock. If you’re one of the unfortunate souls who often find themselves lying awake at night, calculating how many hours of sleep you’ll get if you can just fall asleep RIGHT NOW, new research from Indiana University says this strategy may actually be making things worse. A sleep study of nearly 5,000 people found that watching the clock made participants more likely to have more trouble falling asleep and more likely to turn to sleep aids. The study author said: “One thing that people could do would be to turn around or cover up their clock, ditch the smart watch, get the phone away so they’re simply not checking the time (because doing so) exacerbates insomnia symptoms”.

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Martin Luther King Jr., who delivered the legendary “I Have a Dream” speech, twice received a ‘C’ in public speaking.

Sunglasses were originally designed for judges in China to hide their facial expressions in court.

Vikings often gave kittens as wedding presents.

Adult cats are lactose intolerant.

A cloud can weigh more than a million pounds (454,000kg).


Question: Around the world, more people die playing this sport each year than any other.
Answer: Golf. The leading causes are heart attacks and strokes.

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Because a new “flip-phone” is exactly what the world needs in 2023, Google has unveiled an early peek at its first foldable smartphone. In a video, the company teased a Pixel phone with a vertical hinge that can be opened to reveal a tablet-like display. The company didn’t reveal specs for the Pixel F. Despite great interest in foldable phones — and a resurgence in 90s-style flip phones among celebrities and influencers — the foldable market is relatively small. The company will host its annual developer conference this week. LINK:

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No matter how bad your last shot was, the worst is yet to come.

Your best round of golf will be followed almost immediately by your worst round ever.

Brand new golf balls are water-magnetic.

The higher a golfer’s handicap, the more qualified he deems himself as an instructor.

Every par-3 hole in the world has a secret desire to humiliate golfers.

Golf carts always run out of juice at the farthest point from the clubhouse.

All 3-woods are demon-possessed.

The person you would most hate to lose to will always be the one who beats you.

The last 3 holes of a round will automatically adjust your score to what it really should be.

Golf should be given up at least twice per month.

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Men are like shoes. Some fit better than others. And sometimes you go out shopping and there’s nothing you like. And then, as luck would have it, the next week you find two that are perfect, but you don’t have the money to buy both. - Janet Evanovich

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Grandma, 93, And Grandson Complete Goal Of Visiting All 63 U.S. National Parks