Show Notes for Thursday, June 06, 2024


Dear John

There’s been a woman in a white Honda parked across the street from my house off and on for the last 24 hours. Last night she watched me as I did yard work and it made me uneasy. The license plates are not from here. She comes and goes throughout the day but I noticed she was there overnight last night and I see she is back again tonight. She's just sitting in her car. I've not seen her get out at all and she's not really causing a problem, but it seems odd. Any advice for this?


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Sometimes it’s hard to believe that people were even able to survive without a microwave oven in the kitchen. But have you ever wondered if the microwave “zaps” the nutrients right out of your food, while cooking it? A recent report in Study Finds makes the point that any type of cooking, whether it’s frying, boiling, or stir-frying, will affect nutrient composition in some way. This even includes cutting veggies too much prior to boiling. The conclusion of the study said that since microwaves typically cook using lower temperatures and require less time to cook food than other methods, this helps prevent excessive nutrient loss. While there are some shifts in nutrient content and enzyme status, this isn’t unique to just microwaves, and you should be confident that you aren’t not losing much, if any, nutritional value by microwaving your food.

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The collars on men’s dress shirts used to be detachable. This was to save on laundry costs as the collar was the part that needed cleaning the most frequently.


Netflix’s move to live sports has hit a speed bump. The scheduled July 20 fight between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul has been postponed. Tyson is recovering after becoming ill with an ulcer flare-up last week while aboard a plane. Most Valuable Promotions said in a statement: “During a follow up consultation…with medical professionals…the recommendation is for Mike Tyson to do minimal to light training over the next few weeks and then return to full training with no limitations.” Tyson promised in a statement of his own; “My body is in better overall shape than it has been since the 1990s and I will be back to my full training schedule soon.” The match will be rescheduled for later this year.

The end may be near for ‘Eddie Brock’ and ‘Venom’s’ relationship. The first trailer for “Venom: The Last Dance” is out, and it reveals the new threat facing the duo — Venom’s home planet. The Last Dance trailer opens with Eddie and Venom easily disposing of goons before learning that not only are they up against a massive, symbiote alien from Venom’s home planet, they are also being hunted by government agents, forcing them to become fugitives. A voice ominously says: “As long as Venom lives, Everyone… Everything… Will end.” The gravity of the situation is not lost on Eddie, who admits, “We may not make it out of this alive, buddy.” Venom: The Last Dance hits theaters Oct. 25. LINK:

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42% of adults wake up in the morning thinking about their job.

Imagine an entire summer of carefree driving – where you NEVER run into traffic jams due to road construction. Switzerland’s road maintenance authority has developed an ingenious mobile bridge that allows the paving of public roads without the need to stop traffic on the affected lanes. The Astra Bridge is a 257-meter-long mobile bridge that allows traffic to pass over sections of road while infrastructure is being repaired below. After years of development, the finished product it easy to drive on at 60 km/h. And as a bonus, the Astra Bridge also shields workers from the sun and rain — and eliminates the need for them to work at night when traffic is lighter.

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T-shirts were originally made for unmarried men who didn’t know how to sew buttons on collared shirts.

If you’re feeling nervous, chew gum. Your brain will reason that you’re not in danger because you wouldn’t be eating if you were.

Only a quarter of the Sahara Desert is sandy.

Before the 1800s, people would sleep in the evening for 3-4 hours, wake for 2-3 hours to do some activities, then go back to sleep until morning. These were known as “first” and “second” sleeps.


53% of married women can’t get their husbands to do THIS. What is it?

Answer: Watch a chick flick

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When Corey Harris joined a court Zoom call, the judge had an immediate question for him: “Are you driving?” The Michigan man replied: “Actually, I’m pulling into my doctor’s office … give me one second. I’m parking right now.” That was a bit of a problem. Video of the May 15 court appearance shows that public defenders “looked disappointed and just as bewildered as the judge”. Why? Well, as the judge put it: “Maybe I don’t understand something. This is a driving while license suspended (case), and he was just driving, and he didn’t have a license.” His public defender responded: “That is correct, your honor.” The judge ordered Harris to report to the county jail by 6pm. You’ll also note that the guy was not only breaking the law by driving with a suspended license, he was holding his cell phone while driving, which is illegal in Michigan.

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As you know, trying to keep up with today’s slang can be difficult. Terms like “rizz”, “bussin,” and “do it for the plot” could sound like a bunch of made-up words to someone outside a certain demographic. So, in an effort at pranking his students, a teacher made up a bunch of slang words and shared them with his Gen Z students – and now, some of them are catching on. Sam Salem, a millennial high school teacher, started a series on his Instagram page called “Gaslighting my students with made up slang words.” So far, he has posted 7 videos, introducing invented words like “pebbles,” “parked,” and “Getty.” His first vid got over 765,000 likes, 9,000 comments, and 383,000 shares. And although it began as a joke, some of his “new vernacular” is becoming popular outside the Los Angeles schools where he teaches. Even NBA star Bradley Beal used “pebbles” — which means “easy” — during a press conference. Here’s the full list of Salem’s fake slang – coming to a Gen Z mouth near you soon…

Comma: Tell me more, I need more details

Dairy: Basic

Clip/Clipped: Positive thing/connotation

Mute: Lowkey or ‘in the low’

Feta: Negative connotation, falls apart easily

Parked: Boring, done, over

Pebbles: Easy

Terk: Bestie/best friends

Sparse: Not cool

Getty: Work of art/beautiful

Oozing: Doing too much

Swirled: Mixed up/hot and cold

Nabs: Not AnyBody’s Somebody

Remy: It shouldn’t go together, but it does

Rug: You don’t believe it. Derived from the word struggling

Costco: Built differently or has everything

Jar: If someone is saying something embarrassing or a secret

Scroll: If someone is talking about something you are uninterested in or don’t want to talk about

Fluttered: When someone is so excited about something constantly and it makes you annoyed and hate that thing

iPad: Someone who is socially awkward


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