Show Notes for Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Today we visit with two-time Emmy-nominated trial attorneys Dana and Keith Cutler, the only married judges to preside over a TV court show, hear a range of relationship disputes from real litigants. When the disagreement comes to a boiling point, the Cutlers bring their three decades worth of experience as trial attorneys to render the final decision on whether the relationship should continue or if the couple should call it quits.

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October 25th

National Greasy Food Day

International Artist Day

National Fine Art Appreciation Day

National I Care About You Day

National Merri Music Day

Punk For A Day Day

World Pasta Day

World Pizza Makers Day

Sourest Day

Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day

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If you’re looking to improve your sleep, there are plenty of suggestions out there, including a regular bedtime, using blackout curtains, and avoiding electronics as you wind down. But rarely do people mention this one: Warm up your feet. Some studies have shown that people who wear socks to bed (or warm them up in another way) fall asleep faster and sleep longer. And Dr Biquan Luo, a biomedical scientist in San Francisco, agrees. According to her: “Warming the feet can have a positive impact on sleep for many people, primarily because of its effect in promoting lower core body temperature and relaxation.” It seems that not only can the sensation of warmth on the feet be soothing and relaxing, making it easier to unwind, but it also can dilate the blood vessels in the feet, causing them to expand and hold more blood. This has the effect of decreasing the core body temperature, helping you fall — and stay — asleep, according to Luo.

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Netflix has plans to open two permanent retail locations in 2025 – allowing fans to eat, shop, and drink, while enjoying the streamer’s offerings. Not a lot of details so far, but we do know that the “In Real Life” venues will be called “Netflix House” and will feature rotating installations, live shows, and a menu featuring both scripted and unscripted shows. Each “Netflix House” location will sell physical merchandise and offer dining and entertainment experiences, like the “Squid Game” obstacle course planned for both US spots.

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Captain America” actor Chris Evans just broke a lot of hearts. He confirmed he’s married … and trotted out the hardware to prove it. The “Avengers” actor hit the stage Saturday during New York Comic Con — where he sat for a Q&A, and explicitly said he was hitched and enjoying the husband life. In the same breath, he also flashed his wedding band. He elaborated a bit on the ceremonies he and his wife, Alba Baptista, shared. The had one wedding on the east coast (reports are that it was at his Boston-area home), and another in Baptista’s native Portugal.

If you thought a “Seinfeld” reunion is coming — get out! Julia Louis-Dreyfus put a damper on the rumors sparked by Jerry Seinfeld’s recent cryptic comments. At a stand-up gig last week, Seinfeld told the crowd: “Something is going to happen that has to do with that ending.” But if a reunion is happening, Louis-Dreyfus, who starred as ‘Elaine Benes’, says she hasn’t heard about it. She told The Guardian: “I just saw [that news] …And I don’t know what the hell he’s talking about.” While she could, of course, be faking ignorance, Seinfeld himself has said in the past that a “Seinfeld” reunion would never happen.

Two-time Oscar winner Michael Caine says he will retire from acting, at age 90, following the release of his latest film. He said to BBC: “I keep saying I’m going to retire. Well, I am now.” Caine stars in “The Great Escaper” opposite Glenda Jackson, who died in June, shortly after completing her part. He told an interviewer: “I’ve had a picture where I’ve played the lead and had incredible reviews… What am I going to do that will beat this? The only parts I’m liable to get now are 90-year-old men. Or maybe 85.”

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The new iPhone 15 looks similar to previous models, but it is lighter, thinner, and has more cameras.

A dog fittingly named “Cinderella” will get to live out her “happily ever after” with her new family after spending more than 3 years in a Los Angeles animal shelter. In total, the pit bull spent 1,139 days at the SPCA LA PD Pitchford Companion Animal Village & Education Center in Long Beach. The organization said: “News of her adoption was a gift to the staff and volunteers.” Cinderella was moved to the facility from Long Beach Animal Care Services in August 2020. Since she arrived, she’s spent hundreds of hours in behavioral training as she waited for Prince Charming to take her away. She now lives with a family of 3 dogs and 4 cats.

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✓ ‘Google Images’ was created as a response to the millions of searches resulting from Jennifer Lopez wearing that infamous dress at the 2000 Grammys.

You can light a Bic lighter about 3,000 times before it runs out of fluid.

A trip around a baseball diamond is 20 yards longer than a goal-to-goal run on a football field.

The volume of the Earth’s moon is the same as the volume of the Pacific Ocean.


Question: The average person spends an hour and 12 minutes per week doing THIS. What is it?

Answer: Laundry

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So much for comfortable footwear. A woman claims that wearing Crocs caused her feet to grow. The Irish woman, who goes by “Leahsickofthis” on TikTok, posted a video about her experience with the shoes that has snagged over 300,000 views. In it, she claims that after wearing the shoes all summer in America, she “came home, and none of my shoes fit me, I went from a size 5 to a size 6.” And now? Leah says she doesn’t wear Crocs much anymore, “and I’ve stayed a size 6. So, use that information for whatever purpose you want.” LINK:

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Google searches for “Gen Z slang” are up 123%, and curiosity about “Gen Z words” has increased by 86%, according to communication and growth firm Movchan Agency. With that in mind, a class in communicating with those born between 1997-2012 is now in session…

Slay: Commonly used to describe someone’s appearance or accomplishment, as in, “Your outfit slays.”

Dupe: Short for “duplicate”, typically used to describe a more affordable version of cosmetics or clothing. Example: “This Target purse is a Gucci dupe.”

Rizz: Short for “charisma”. Example: “Pete Davidson dates beautiful women — he must have rizz.”

Menty b: A flippant nickname for a mental breakdown. Example: “I’ve had three menty b’s this month.”

Sus: Short for “suspicious.” Example: “That milk smells sus, throw it out.”

Side eye: A way to vocalize judgment, for something someone said or a decision they made. Example: “You don’t like Taylor Swift? Side eye.”

Slap: Something that is good, especially food or music. Example: “This pizza slaps.”

It’s sending me: Something is laugh-out-loud hilarious. Example: “This photo of my dog in a Halloween costume is sending me.”

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