Show Notes for Monday, June 03, 2024

This #MovieStarMonday we visit
Nick Stahl (Man Without A Face, Terminator 3) We will talk about his NEW FILM in theaters now “What You Wish For”

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to

June 3rd

Chimborazo Day

Impersonate Authority Day

Love Conquers All Day

National Chocolate Macaroon Day

National Egg Day

National Insect Repellant Awareness Day

National Itch Day

National Repeat Day

National Simp Day

Opium Suppression Movement Day

The Big Lunch

World Bicycle Day

World Cider Day

World Clubfoot Day

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You should not hug your dog, according to new research by a team of investigators for the Cork Pet Behaviour Centre, in Ireland. They determined that while humans view the act of hugging as a sign of affection, dogs interpret them as restraint. A study of photographs of people hugging their dogs found that 82% showed at least one sign of stress. Why? In times of stress or threat, a dog’s first line of defense is not his teeth, but to run away. Behaviorists believe that depriving a dog of that course of action by immobilizing him with a hug can increase his stress level, and if the dog’s anxiety becomes significantly intense, he may even be driven to bite.

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Even though Froot Loops are different colors, they all have exactly the same flavor.


Demi Moore said that Channing Tatum has not contacted her about the “Ghost” remake he’s working on – but she is interested in what he has planned. Moore, Whoopi Goldberg and the late Patrick Swayze starred in the original Oscar-winning movie almost 35 years ago. And recently, Moore told EW that although she hasn’t heard from Tatum, she feels he is “super talented”, and she’s “curious to see what he decides to do.”

Federal investigators are preparing to bring accusers of Sean “Diddy” Combs before a federal grand jury, sources say. CNN reports this is a signal that the US Justice Department is moving toward potentially seeking an indictment of Combs. Possible witnesses have been notified that they could be brought in to testify, according to one source. This would mark a significant escalation in the government’s ongoing investigation involving Combs. He has been named in 8 civil lawsuits since November – 7 directly accusing him of sexual assault.

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25% of people say the last time they panicked was when their cell phone battery died.

20% of adults say they have faked talking on the phone in order to avoid someone.

Is there nothing Ozempic CAN’T do? A new study by Novo Nordisk found that semaglutide, the compound that has taken the world by storm as a weight loss drug in Ozempic and Wegovy, also slows the progression of chronic kidney disease. It was also found to reduce the risk of kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, and death in Type 2 diabetes patients. The long-term study yielded such good results that the company ended it early, and the findings may one day revolutionize how doctors approach kidney disease.

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Soy sauce has 10 times more antioxidants than red wine.

There are more bacteria in a human mouth than there are people in the world.

Most people spend 60% of their conversation time talking about themselves. That jumps to 80% while conversing on social media.

A 2013 study showed that the average kid asks 300 questions per day. Girls aged 4? About 390.

Dolphins recognize and admire themselves in mirrors.


Even though this is considered risky, 75% of us will do it this month. What is it?

Answer: Put a cotton swab in your ear

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Japanese beverage company Kirin has unveiled its “Electric Salt Spoon.” Its what? The Electric Salt Spoon is an offshoot of a type of chopsticks it came up with a few years ago, which uses a small, imperceptible electric charge into the mouth, causing the diner perceive the food as salted, when in fact it is not. The electric charge aligns and concentrates sodium molecules to amplify their taste by 1.5, thereby helping alleviate the public health crisis of sodium over-consumption in Japan. Well, now comes the Electric Salt Spoon, with the aim of doing the same thing for those of us who don’t use chopsticks. So far, Kiran has only made 200 of the heart-saving implements available, but a much-larger release is planned. Experts say the spoon is a potential life-saver — and at the very least will add flavor to the palates of those who are relegated to a low-sodium diet.

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I’ll take the best TV game show hosts for $500, according to a consultation with 10 “expert” websites…

1. Bob Barker on “The Price is Right”: The gold standard. He hosted from 1972-2007, and won 14 Emmy Awards along the way.

2. Alex Trebek on “Jeopardy”: Hosted the show from its 1984 revival until his death in 2020. He received the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host 7 times for his work on Jeopardy!

3. Richard Dawson on “Family Feud”: Besides being known as the original host of the show, he was also known as ‘The Kissing Bandit’ for always kissing female contestants for ‘good luck.’ That wouldn’t be politically correct in 2024, but it served him well from 1976-85 and 1994-95.

4. Gene Rayburn on “The Match Game”: He hosted various editions of the popular game show for over 2 decades. From his trademark skinny microphone to the way he said the word “blank” out of the side of his mouth, Rayburn is considered game show royalty.

5. Pat Sajak on “Wheel of Fortune”: With his genuine and natural personality, Sajak helped make ‘Wheel of Fortune’ the longest-running American game show ever, hosting the show since 1981…although co-host Vanna White certainly hasn’t hurt. In 2023, he announced he would retire following the conclusion of the show’s current 41st season.

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'You Need A Hug?': Deputy Reunites Lost Little Girl with Her Mother