Show Notes for Friday, June 07, 2024

Today we have a #ComedyCall with the very funny Adam Carolla. He's a radio personality, comedian, actor and podcaster. Adam hosts The Adam Carolla Show, a talk show distributed as a podcast which set the record as the "most downloaded podcast" as judged by Guinness World Records in 2011.

We're going to talk about his new series “Mr. Birchum” starring Adam Carolla, Megyn Kelly, Alonzo Bodden, Jay Mohr, Tyler Fischer, Kyle Dunnigan, Brett Cooper, Patrick Warburton, Rob Riggle, Sage Steele, Danny Trejo, and Roseanne Barr. Airing weekly on Daily Wire+. Episodes dropping weekly on Sundays exclusively on DailyWire+.

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June 7th

Daniel Boone Day

Global Running Day

National Caphpach Day

National Chocolate Ice Cream Day

National VCR Day

Trial Technology Day

World Caring Day

World Food Safety Day

June Bug Day

First Day Of Summer

National Doughnut Day

National Fish And Chip Day

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By the time most kids start school, they already know that “please” is a magic word. But new research is telling us that people actually say “please” much less frequently than you might expect. UCLA sociologists found that when people do say “please”, they’re actually taking advantage of the “power of please” with a very specific social strategy. The researchers analyzed 17 hours of recorded video showing casual, everyday interactions between families, friends, and co-workers. Out of over a thousand requests, people only said “please” 69 times – that’s just 7% of the time. The study determined that people mainly say “please” when they think someone will probably refuse their request. Simply put, in modern society, people break out “please” when they expect a “no.” They’re using a little linguistic trick to try sweetening the deal. And while “please” definitely isn’t the surefire politeness hack that kids would like it to be, the study also found that using the word can definitely help you avoid hearing another “no” from family and friends.

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If you find that you feel sore and beat up after a rigorous workout, try almonds. Scientists found that “weekend warriors,” or people who do their most strenuous physical fitness on the weekends, experience a much easier recovery if they eat almonds every day.


The Real Housewives of New Jersey” is changing things up for season 14, due to friction on set. For the first time in the history of the reality series, there will not be a traditional reunion. It’s been a fractured season that saw longstanding rifts continue to fester. At the center is the feud between longstanding Housewives and sisters-in-law Teresa and Melissa. All season long, the 2 reportedly did not interact until the explosive finale that was teased in the premiere episode. A source said: “The network is figuring out a different concept to wrap up the season.”

King of Queens” star Kevin James will star in a limited series about pro golfer John Daly. Golf is becoming a hot topic on TV as of late. Will Ferrell and Ramy Youssef are set to star in the Netflix comedy “GOLF”, while Adam Sandler is heading back to the links for a “Happy Gilmore” sequel, and Owen Wilson will play a pro-golfer in an upcoming series for Apple TV+. Famous for coining the phrase “grip it and rip it,” John Daly has won 5 PGA Tour titles. The autobiographical series is not yet attached to a network or streaming service.

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55% of women admit they have changed the home thermostat when their partner isn’t looking.

A married couple have given birth to what’s being called a “miracle baby” – after suffering 6 heartbreaking miscarriages. Charlie and Lynette Bathgate had spent 10 years trying to bring a child into the world without success. They had almost given up on their dream of becoming parents when a doctor urged 42-year-old Lynette to try a medicine normally taken before to IVF treatment. She said she was “filled with anxiety” when she became pregnant for the 7th time – but their daughter arrived by emergency C- section, weighing in at a robust 8lb, 5oz (3.77kg). Of the moment when she first held her baby girl, Lynette said: “It was the most fantastic feeling in the world.” The baby was named, appropriately, Faith.

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Russians showed up 12 days late to the 1908 London Olympics because they used the Julian calendar, which is 2 weeks behind the Gregorian calendar used by the rest of the world.

Ben & Jerry’s founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield learned how to make ice cream by taking a $5 course at Penn State University.

Hershey’s chocolate syrup, Ritz Crackers, DumDums, and Oreos are all vegan.

The hour hand on a wristwatch travels at .00000275 mph.

In Japan, you can buy stick-on belly-button cleaners.


A survey found that 63% of people do THIS before they place a bet. What is it?

Answer: Say a prayer

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Serial record-breaker David Rush earned his 173rd Guinness World Records title by using his nose to inflate 28 balloons in 3 minutes. Rush, who is on a quest to hold the most concurrent Guinness World Records titles (180), already held the one-minute version of the record, but the 3-minute version took him 42 attempts to achieve. Meanwhile, last week, Vinod Chaudhary broke his own Guinness World Record by typing the alphabet in 25.66 seconds — using only a keyboard and his nose.

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OK, here it is, guys: The 3 things that women really want you to do on a date. The dating app Tinder surveyed 8,000 heterosexual men and women ages 18-34, in the US, UK, Australia, and Canada. Almost everyone — 91% of men and 94% of women — agreed that that dating has become more difficult in recent years. It was also found that that most singles (53% of men and 68% of women) are searching for a serious relationship. Now for the clincher: Women who participated in the survey revealed exactly what it is they’re searching for, when dating a potential partner….

1. “Make sure your date gets home safely.” 59% of women found this level of care to be chivalrous (versus 38% of men).

2. “Put your phone away during one-on-one time.” 55% of women prefer going screen-free on dates (versus 34% of men)

3. “Give sincere compliments.” 50% of women gave a thumbs-up to genuine affirmations (versus 35% of men).

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