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