Show Notes for Saturday, May 13 & Sunday, May 14, 2023

Today we visit with two very funny MOM comedians Kaela Crawford and Selina Ringel. They have a new comedy special 2 MOMS COMEDY SPECIAL that launches this Mother's Day!


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May 13

National Dog Mom’s Day

National Crouton Day

National Archery Day

National Train Day

National Miniature Golf Day

National Babysitter’s Day

Cornelia De Lange Syndrome Awareness Day

Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Day

National Fruit Cocktail Day

National Apple Pie Day

National Frog Jumping Day

May 14

National Decency Day

Mother’s Day

National Birth Mother’s Day

National Buttermilk Biscuit Day

National Underground America Day

National Dance Like A Chicken Day

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If you’re feeling stressed out – Hang in there – it gets better as you get older. While perhaps the 20s should be the best years of your life, according to a new study, it’s actually the most stressful decade of many people’s lives. But the National Study of Daily Experiences found in a 20-year study that over time, adults experienced an 11% reduction in the occurrence of “stressor days”, and young adults – participants under the age of 30 – experienced a much steeper reduction of 47% in their levels of stress reactivity over time. The researchers say their study shows that not only does life get less stressful as we advance through adulthood, for most people, it becomes easier to handle stressful events.

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A New Orleans high school senior is believed to have broken a record by receiving more than $9 million in scholarship offers. Dennis Barnes, a senior at International High School, received acceptance letters from 125 colleges and universities, after applying to about 200. Barnes is hoping to total $10 million in scholarship offers by the end of the month. The student, who has a cumulative grade point average of 4.98, said he plans to pursue a dual undergraduate degree in computer science and criminal justice. He’ll announce his college decision on Tuesday.

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Reality TV’s all-stars are facing off to see who is the greatest contestant of all time in the brand-new series “The GOAT” from Amazon Freevee. Standout personalities from hit shows including “Love Is Blind”, “The Bachelor”, “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “The Challenge” star in the epic new competition, which is hosted by comedian Daniel Tosh. The GOAT began filming at GOAT Manor in Atlanta last month, with the cast facing “a series of mental, physical and social challenges”.

Hang on for some truly nail-biting news: Sylvester Stallone will reprise his role as ‘Gabe Walker’ in a reboot of his 1993 mountain-climbing thriller “Cliffhanger.” In the original, Stallone starred as a ranger in the Colorado Rockies suffering from trauma following a fatal accident, who soon gets embroiled in a scheme involving a sinister former Military Intelligence officer. Taking over for director Renny Harlin is Ric Roman Waugh, who is behind the upcoming “Kandahar”.

Dancing With the Stars” is returning to ABC, and fans are freaking out over the surprising news. Tuesday, Vulture reported that sources said the reality competition series will be going back to its old network while still airing live on Disney+. No official announcement has been made. The show initially aired on ABC, starting in 2005, but was moved to Disney+ in 2022.

Former NFL QB Peyton Manning is exec-producing a comedy about sports gambling. NBC is developing “What Are the Odds?”, a Las Vegas sports book workplace sitcom. The plan is to use the backdrop of gambling to look at all the other bets people make in their lives – choosing friends, jobs and relationships. The series will explore how all of our most meaningful decisions are really just big bets with hugely uncertain outcomes.

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There’s an App that lets you rate prostitutes.

Since its launch late last year, ChatGPT has been used to generate student essays, write wedding vows, and even compose rousing sermons. Now, a Japanese city has revealed plans to use the AI chatbot . . . to help run the government. Yokosuka City announced last week that it will begin using ChatGPT to help with administrative tasks. A news release (no doubt written by AI) said all employees will be authorized to use the chatbot to “summarize sentences, check spelling errors, and create ideas.” The move was made in part as a response to the country’s dwindling population crisis. The release says that with ChatGPT handling administrative tasks, “staff can focus on work that can only be done by people, pushing forward an approach that brings happiness for our citizens.”

Are you ready for really persuasive AI-generated spam emails? Because they’re coming. John Licato, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Director of AMHR Lab at the University of South Florida, says the use of AI could allow spammers “to target individuals and make their messages more persuasive based on easily accessible information, such as social media posts.” He believes that both spammers and legit marketers could benefit from being able to predict more about individuals, quickly learning about your political leanings, marital status or life priorities. That also means spammers might find it easier to sneak past your email filters, and, with the right approach and choice of words, entice you to actually open and read it.

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A blind chameleon can still adjust to the colors of its environment.

Twins are more common now than ever before.

A well-thrown curveball can dive as much as 17 inches (43cm) as it approaches the batter.

In order to overcome gravity and hurl us all into space, Earth would have to spin 800 times faster.

Only a quarter of the Sahara Desert is sandy.

Over the last 150 years, the average height of people in industrialized nations increased by 10 cm (4 inches).


Question: A survey of divorced people found THIS was the #1 thing that annoyed them about their ex. What was it?

Answer: Selective hearing

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In the Philippines, a man fed up with people teasing him about his bad haircut went back to the barber and stabbed him. The man said he was especially enraged because it was the second time he was given a bad haircut.

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An NYC dentist has revealed what he calls the 4 mistakes people make that are ruining their teeth. Dr. Gerry Curatola, the founder of Rejuvenation Dentistry, says you should avoid these at all costs…

Mouthwash: Curatola calls it “another manmade creation by the consumer products industry.” He says experts warn against frequent usage due to potential teeth staining from dyes, removal of the mouth’s healthy microbiome and even a potential cancer risk.

Root Canals: This treatment involves removing bacteria and decay from the tooth, disinfecting the area, filling the roots, and sealing them to prevent further decay. The good dentists says “It’s the only procedure we do where we keep human dead tissue inside you.” According to him, “These are bacteria and bacterial byproducts that can dysregulate your immune system.”

Charcoal toothpaste: Activated charcoal has surged in popularity with promises of whitening teeth and providing fresh breath. But Curatola warns it can be abrasive: “It’s the equivalent of using Ajax on your teeth. If you’re brushing with it every day, you’re going to wave your enamel away, and your teeth are going to get more sensitive.”

Metal Fillings: While not widespread anymore, the dentist warns that mercury content in the fillings has the potential to release mercury vapor into the mouth, which could be inhaled by the lungs.

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