Show Notes for Saturday, January 27 and Sunday, January 28, 2024

Today we visit with Matt Browning, a nationally recognized retired undercover law enforcement officer who spent considerable time assigned to the FBI - working both the Joint Terrorist Task Force and the Violent Crimes / Fugitive Task Force.

Matt Browning is on A&E's program, "Secrets of Polygamy," which exposes the shocking realities of life within the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS), the Kingston clan or The Order also known officially as the Davis County Cooperative Society, and the Apostolic United Brethren (AUB). Available now on A&E. WATCH THE TRAILER:

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January 27th

Do For Your Country Day

Earned Income Tax Credit Awareness Day

International Day Of Commemoration In Memory Of The Victims Of The Holocaust

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

National Activity Professionals Day

National Big Wig Day

National Chocolate Cake Day

National Geographic Day

National Preschool Health And Fitness Day

Punch The Clock Day

Thomas Crapper Day

Vietnam Peace Day

World Breast Pumping Day

January 28th

Daisy Day

Data Privacy Day

Global Community Engagement Day

International Lego Day

National Blueberry Pancake Day

National Gift Of The Ladybug Day

National Have Fun At Work Day

National Kazoo Day

Pop Art Day

Rattlesnake Roundup Day

Thank A Plugin Developer Day

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It has been long-reported that spending excessive amounts of time online or on your phone is linked to lower levels of mental health and dissatisfaction in relationships. But a new Canadian report says there is a “sweet spot” regarding how long you can use digital technology without causing much of an impact. StatsCan found that people who spend less than 10 hours weekly watching online content report having very good or excellent mental health at a rate of 16% higher than those who watch content for 20 or more hours per week. It was also found that those who take a “break” from the internet are much more likely to report very good mental heath.

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Last week, Kraft announced it will launch 3 new Kraft Singles flavors for the first time in nearly a decade: JalapeƱo, Garlic & Herb and Caramelized Onion. The company said “The tantalizing new flavors will elevate any ordinary sandwich into irresistible culinary delights.” The last time Kraft Singles launched new flavors was when Sharp Cheddar and Pepper Jack slices were introduced. The new flavors will be available by the end of the month.


Elle King’s tribute to Dolly Parton didn’t hit the right note with fans. The ‘Ex’s & Oh’s’ was criticized following her Friday performance at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry, where she was part of a concert held in honor of the country music star’s 78th birthday. The Opry has issued an apology to fans—writing on X: “we deeply regret and apologize for the language that was used during (the) second Opry performance.” During the event, King sang a rendition of Parton’s 2001 hit ‘Marry Me’.” But as seen in a video on TikTok, she forgot the words and started swearing on stage, and cautioned the audience: “Don’t tell Dolly.”

One of Disney’s signature comedies, “Wizards of Waverly Place”, is getting a sequel. Disney has ordered a pilot for the follow-up, which will be executive produced by original stars Selena Gomez and her small screen sibling David Henrie. Gomez will guest star in the pilot for Disney Channel as ‘Alex Russo’, the character that helped launch her career. David Henrie will reprise reprising the role of ‘Justin Russo’ as a series regular.

Sarah Jessica Parker’s character on “Sex and the City”, ‘Carrie Bradshaw’, often left us wondering how she could afford a closet full of designer duds on a writer’s salary. One item that did fit a modest budget, though, has just skyrocketed in value, selling at auction for a whopping 10,000 times its original price. The white tiered tutu worn in the opening segment of the show, which was originally purchased from a $5 bin in Manhattan’s garment district, received a winning bid of $52,000, according to Julien’s. It’s one of 5 used for the series opening credits. Parker herself has one of them in her own collection.

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Hyundai is fulfilling the dreams of every teenager who never quite learned how to parallel park in driving school. The carmaker has unveiled a car that can turn its wheels 90 degrees. Selecting a spot, drivers of the new Hyundai Mobion simply press a button, and an automated function sees that the electric 4-door “crab walk” into the spot. How? Rather than having one central electric motor, engineers created with one small individual motor for each wheel. This design also allowed them to incorporate suspension, braking, and turning hardware into each wheel. As a result, the Mobion can also drive diagonally. It can turn on a dime 180°, with a turning circle of zero centimeters beyond the front and back bumpers.

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Cheese was created over 4,000 years ago — by accident.

It takes 10 pounds of milk to make just one pound of cheese.

Of the more than 2,000 varieties of cheese available worldwide, mozzarella is the favorite.

If a cheese is named after a city, it’s capitalized. Examples include Asiago, Brie, Camembert, Gouda, and Parmesan.

Mice don’t particularly like cheese. They prefer sweets and carbs.

✓ “Tater Tots” originally failed because people thought the product was too cheap. Popularity rose after the price was raised.


Question: 19% of us will say THIS to someone this morning. What is it?

Answer: “I love you”

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An Indian man who had been pronounced dead “came back to life” when the ambulance transporting him home to his family hit a pothole. Darshan Singh Brar had not been feeling well, so his grandson took him to hospital. He was diagnosed with a severe chest infection which also took a toll on his pre-existing heart condition, and despite doctors’ best efforts, he was pronounced dead after 4 days on a ventilator. But as friends and relatives gathered to mourn, the ambulance transporting his body home hit a deep pothole. Moments later a grandson, who was with the body, saw the 80-year-old move his hand. He checked for a pulse and, sensing one, alerted the driver. Back at hospital, doctors confirmed that Brar was very much alive. He’s currently listed in critical condition.

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Paris has once again been named the world’s most attractive city destination, according to a report by global market research company Euromonitor International. It looked at leading cities from around the world and ranked them on criteria including tourism, sustainability, economic performance and health and safety. Here are the top 10…

1. Paris, France

2. Dubai, United Arab Emirates

3. Madrid, Spain

4. Tokyo, Japan

5. Amsterdam, the Netherlands

6. Berlin, Germany

7. Rome, Italy

8. New York, United States

9. Barcelona, Spain

10. London, United Kingdom

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