Show Notes for Thursday, June 01, 2023


Dear John,

My husband and I have been together for 6 years and have two young kids. We're happy. I think. I'm a collector. I keep things that bring back memories. I have boxes of photos, newspaper articles, tickets from big events, and stuff from the kids' activities. Well, it builds up. So I started getting rid of some of the junk to reduce the clutter. In the process, my husband came across a photo of me with the drummer of a pretty popular band from a concert I went to 15 years ago. Way before we even knew one another! He asked about it and I told him the story about how I met the band after the show and ended up having a one night stand with the drummer. Later that night, we were going to bed and he wanted to know why I never told him about this and was hiding this picture from him. I told him I was not hiding anything, it was in a box of stuff from my college years. I feel like he was being a baby. I told him to grow up, and to stop being jealous. This morning, he's not speaking to me and is obviously really upset. What do I do now?

Do I Throw Away The Photo?

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June 01

World Milk Day

Global Day Of Parents

World Reef Awareness Day

National Nail Polish Day

National Hazelnut Cake Day

National Pen Pal Day

National Say Something Nice Day

National Go Barefoot Day

National Heimlich Maneuver Day

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Spolier alert! Michael Keaton isn’t the only blast from DC’s past in the upcoming movie “The Flash.” During an interview, director Andy Muschietti revealed that none other than Nicolas Cage will make a cameo in the film as ‘Superman’. It’s a shocking and full circle moment for comic book movie fans, as Cage was cast in Tim Burton’s failed “Superman Lives” 25 years ago. Muschietti said that Cage, who is a known Superman fan, and a “massive comic book fan”, “was absolutely wonderful” in his performance. The Flash premieres June 16.

Just days after its record-breaking debut, “The Family Stallone” has been renewed for a second season, Paramount+ has announced. The Sylvester Stallone-centric reality show broke records during its debut, becoming the #1 original reality show to ever premiere on the streaming service. The Family Stallone follows the 3-time Oscar-nominated actor, his wife Jennifer Flavin Stallone and their daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet as he tackles “the greatest role of his lifetime: Dad.” The series premiered on May 17.

Star Wars” fans have a shot at an iconic piece of history. Carrie Fisher’s ‘Princess Leia’ dress is up sale. The one-of-a-kind costume has hit the auction block at Propstore Auction. It was worn by the late actress in the the original 1977 film, “Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope”, and the auction house estimates it will fetch $1-2 million. The 3-day auction starts June 28.

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Scientists say they can create an invisibility cloak with a 3-D printer.

There may be relief for women who suffer through hot flashes, night sweats, chills and other symptoms of menopause. The USFDA has approved Veozah, a one-of-a-kind treatment, suitable for women who cannot use hormone-replacement therapy for hot flashes. According to professor Waljit Dhillo, an endocrinologist at Imperial College London who was involved in early research into Veozah, “It’s like a switch. Within a day or two the flushes go away. It’s unbelievable how well these drugs work.”

Remember that Gmail address you created…the one you signed up for as a “burner” account so your main one doesn’t get jammed with spam? Or the one you made because you came up with a cool email address, but you never really got around to using it? Well, you’d better sign-in soon, because Google has announced that it will start deleting accounts that have been inactive for at least 2 years. But you do have a bit of wiggle room. Google said it will not begin deleting accounts until December. The company plans to send out multiple warning notifications to users. The first accounts on the chopping block will be those that were created and then never revisited by the user. And the new policy also will only impact personal accounts, leaving organizations like schools and businesses untouched. The move is intended to prevent security risks, after finding that older accounts are more likely to rely on recycled passwords and less likely to employ up-to-date security measures like 2-step-verification.

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

1. Alfred Hitchcock: The “master of suspense” quarterbacked a succession of classics, including “Rear Window” (1954), “Vertigo” (1958) and “North by Northwest” (1959). And don’t even get me started on “Psycho” (1960), which basically created the horror genre.

2. Stanley Kubrick: He wasn’t afraid to push boundaries and explore the extremes of the human condition. Among his most famous films are: “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968), “The Shining” (1980), and “Full Metal Jacket” (1987).

3. Martin Scorsese: A master storyteller whose iconic films include “Taxi Driver” (1976), “Goodfellas” (1990), “Casino” (1995), and “The Wolf of Wall Street” (2013).

4. Francis Ford Coppola: Often considered a visionary who raised the bar for artistic cinema. Best known for directing “The Godfather” trilogy (1972 and 1974, and 1990). He also handled “The Outsiders” (1983), “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” (1992), and “Apocalypse Now” (1979).

5. Steven Spielberg: The most commercially successful director ever. Some of his most famous films include “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial” (1982), “Jurassic Park” (1993), and “Saving Private Ryan” (1998).

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Americans are incredibly impatient. Someone once said that the shortest period of time in America is the time between when the light turns green and when you hear the first horn honk. - Jim Rohn

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