Show Notes for Saturday, June 01 and Sunday, June 02, 2024

Today we have a #ComedyCall with the very funny Matt Matthews. He has skyrocketed into the social media stratosphere through his hilariously raw social posts and side-splitting short-form videos–earning him over 4.4 million followers on TikTok and over 1.9 million followers on Instagram. He went viral for his videos showing him do farm chores with his chicken named Fluffy”

Widely known and celebrated for his relatability and situational humor, Matt discusses a variety of topics and personal experiences in his stand-up, including his daily life of living on a farm, growing up as a gay man in Alabama, his career as a boudoir photographer, relationships, and taboo sexual encounters. Matt also brings his ever-popular “Confessions with Matt'' video series to the live stage, where he provides a real-time comedic take on audience members who voluntarily spill their deepest, darkest secrets.

In July, Matt will tape his first stand-up special in his hometown of Birmingham. The special will be produced by 800 Pound Gorilla. For tickets go to

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June 1st

Dare Day

Dinosaur Day

Don’t Give Up The Ship Day

Fishermen’s Day

Global Day Of Parents

Intergenerational Day

International Children’s Day

National Billboard Day

National Go Barefoot Day

National Hazelnut Cake Day

National Heimlich Maneuver Day

National Nail Polish Day

National Olive Day

National Penpal Day

National Say Something Nice Day

National Skincare Education Day

New Year’s Resolution Recommitment Day

Oscar The Grouch Day

Stand For Children Day

Surf With Your Buddy Day

Wear A Dress Day

World Milk Day

World Narcissistic Abuse Day

World Outlander Day

World Reef Awareness Day

International Tabletop Day

National Black Bear Day

National Bubbly Day

National Cheer Coach Day

National Family Recreation Day

National Learn To Row Day

National Prairie Day

National Trails Day

Turtle Races Day

Kentucky State Day

Tennessee State Day

June 2nd

American Indian Citizenship Day

Hug An Atheist Day

I Love My Dentist Day

National Bubba Day

National Gun Violence Awareness Day

National Leave The Office Early Day

National Rocky Road Day

National Rotisserie Chicken Day

Yell “Fudge” At The Cobras In North America Day

Children’s Awareness Memorial Day

National Cancer Survivor’s Day

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Sometimes, first-born children think they’re smarter than their siblings – and a 2020 study backs them up. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh and University of Sydney found that eldest children tend to have higher IQs than their younger brothers and sisters, perform better in school, and even earn more income. Why? Not because first-born children receive greater emotional support at home, but because their parents pay special attention to developing their thinking skills. It was determined that latter-born children receive comparatively less encouragement in this area from their parents.

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Japanese square watermelons are ornamental plants and are not edible.


Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s daughter Vivienne appears to have dropped the “Pitt” from her last name. In the Playbill for the new musical “The Outsiders”, which Vivienne helped her mom Jolie produce, the 15-year-old is listed as “Vivienne Jolie” instead of “Vivienne Jolie-Pitt.” It is not immediately clear if Vivienne has legally changed her name. Reps for both Jolie and Pitt could not be reached for comment.

The iconic house featured in the classic 1990 classic Christmas film “Home Alone” is up for sale – for $5.25 million. The 9,100 square foot home, in Winnetka, Illinois, is listed on Zillow, and its current owners say it has been “reimagined for modern-day luxury”, while “maintaining the architectural detail and integrity of the home’s most memorable and recognizable spaces.” But since most interior shots for the movie were actually shot at a school, much of the home is hardly recognizable anyway. The house was rented out on Airbnb over the holidays in 2021 for $25 a stay.

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Research shows that teens’ interest in Facebook is dwindling.

Watermelon has health benefits for dogs.

It’s good news for anyone who has been awakened early on a Sunday morning by an over-conscientious neighbor, who feels the need to clear his lawn of every scrap of debris EVERY WEEKEND MORNING before 8am. A group of Johns Hopkins University engineering students were given the assignment of taking a leaf-blower — and making it quiet. Not just that, it had to work as powerfully as ever, but without emitting the ear-piercing racket that has gotten the units banned in some communities. And they did it. What they came up with is an improved leaf blower that drops the overall noise level by nearly 40% — and almost entirely erases the most obnoxious frequencies. So not only is it a quieter machine, what you do hear sounds more pleasant. The design is patent-pending and Stanley Black & Decker expects to be selling them in 2 years. And even better, the students say their solution could be adapted to quiet other loud and irritating appliances, like vacuums and hairdryers.


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Disregarding the present-day scenes and credits, The “Titanic” movie is 2hrs and 45 minutes long – the same length of time it took the real ship to sink after striking an iceberg.

The Incredible Hulk was supposed to be grey, but due to ink problems where the comic was printed, he turned out green.

When you correct for weight difference, men are proportionately stronger than horses.

Martha Stewart became a billionaire while in prison.

Albert Einstein never wore socks.


If money were no object, 15% of us say we would want to go HERE for vacation. Where?

Answer: Space

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A robot in Japan has set a new world record for speed-solving a Rubik’s Cube. Guinness recognized a time of 0.305 seconds for the Mitsubishi Electric machine, breaking the previous record by 0.075 seconds. The robot’s time was more than 10 times faster than the best-ever human, set last year at a Rubik’s Cube event in California, when Max Park took just 3.13 seconds to solve the rotating puzzle cube. The time of 0.305 seconds achieved by the robot is roughly the same amount of time that it takes for a human to blink. LINK (Don’t blink!):

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The guitar of the noisy teenager at the next campsite makes excellent kindling.

You can duplicate the warmth of a down-filled bedroll by climbing into a plastic garbage bag with several Canada geese.

You can compress the diameter of your rolled up sleeping bag by running over it with car…repeatedly.

A potato baked in the coals for 1 hour makes an excellent meal. A potato baked in the coals for 3 hours makes an excellent hockey puck.

You’ll never be lost if you remember that moss always grows on north side of your compass.

A lot of hostility can be released by using newspaper photos of politicians for toilet paper.

In an emergency, a drawstring from a parka hood can be used to “quiet” snoring tent-mate.

• ‘Sleeping under the stars’ has absolutely nothing to do with a TV competition.

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Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” —Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

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Texas Teenagers Win Prestigious Award For Inventing Device That Filters Microplastics From Water