Show Notes for Thursday, June 27, 2024


Dear John

I recently got a much-deserved, and long overdue promotion. It was between me and one other girl in the office and I won. This made her upset, of course, but check this out. The next day she told me that she put a curse on me. She said, "Enjoy the position while you have it because the rest of your life will be bad. And the job isn't going to work out and I will have the promotion I deserve." Since that time, my boyfriend broke up with me. Someone broke into my car. Then came back two days later and stole my whole car. I've had a ton of unexpected expenses. I don't think I believe in curses, but this has me thinking. So yesterday, I asked her to lunch, told her what was happening and she said she wasn't surprised. She said she told me what to expect. I asked her to lift the curse and she laughed. I was thinking about telling my boss what's happening but does that make me sound crazy? I'm legit scared and don't know what to do. Any ideas? Is this as crazy as I think it sounds?


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Industrial Workers Of The World Day

Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises Day

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National Ice Cream Cake Day

National Onion Day

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National PTSD Awareness Day

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Sure, moving can be a nerve-wracking experience, but is it really more stressful than landing a plane in an emergency situation? One in 4 of us thinks so. A survey of 2,000 people in the US, who have moved in the past 5 years also found these less-than-fun facts about moving:

27% rated moving as more overwhelming than losing a job.

23% said moving is more stressful than switching careers.

21% felt moving is even more stressful than running for president.

Anxiety was the most-commonly-felt emotion during the moving process, reported by 53% of respondents. That was followed by excitement (52%), joy (35%), hope (32%), and dread (21%).

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Banks have therapists known as “wealth psychologists” who help ultra-rich clients who cannot mentally cope with their immense wealth.


After a remake of the 1980s “Little Shop of Horrors” fell through, a new reboot has been announced. Director Roger Corman was working on a reimagining titled “Little Shop of Halloween Horrors” before he died on May 9. The reimagining is aiming to jumpstart a new franchise and will be directed by Joe Dante, who was to work with Corman originally. Released in 1960, “Little Shop of Horrors” starred Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph and Jack Nicholson. A stage adaptation was produced in 1986 that is still entertaining audiences on Broadway. That musical was adapted to cinema in 1986.

Justin Timberlake was arrested on DWI charges Monday night in Sag Harbor, NY, police have confirmed. He was detained overnight, and arraigned and released without bail yesterday. He has been charged with 1 count of DWI and cited for running a stop sign and failure to keep in his lane. His next court date is July 26. Sources told TMZ that cops pulled over the former *NSYNC member almost immediately after he got behind the wheel of his car following a night out with friends at a hotel in the Hamptons. He is currently in the midst of his “Forget Tomorrow World Tour”.

Justin Timberlake is vowing to fight his drunk driving charge. His attorney released a statement saying: “[We] look forward to vigorously defending Mr. Timberlake against these allegations. We will have a lot to say at the appropriate time. He is currently awaiting full discovery from the DA’s office.” Timberlake was charged with one count of driving while intoxicated and 2 other traffic violations, and released without bail with a hearing set for July 26. He has 2 scheduled concerts in Chicago this weekend.

Modern Family” ended in 2020, but cellular connection is the tie that binds the Dunphy-Pritchett families together — sort of — in a new commercial for WhatsApp, featuring the sitcom’s stars. Unveiled yesterday, it features Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Eric Stonestreet, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson reprising their roles. In it, Ferguson’s ‘Mitchell’ character realizes the family has left him out of a group chat. Bowen’s ‘Claire’ tells her younger brother that they didn’t include him because of the “blurry photos” and “weird likes” they receive from him, because his phone isn’t the same brand as theirs. Later, his spouse ‘Cameron’ tells him: “We may have cut you out from here,” pointing to his phone, before moving his hand to his chest, and saying: “Never from here!” LINK:

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A 60-year-old Argentinian woman just missed-out on becoming a Miss Universe contestant after losing to a 28-year-old.

Bugatti has unveiled its new model, the “Tourbillon”, a massively powerful hybrid with an equally impressive price tag. And while you might have expected Bugatti’s new model to be all-electric, considering not only is the industry headed in that direction, but the company was recently merged with Rimac, the Croatian company that makes the all-electric Rimac Nevera supercar. But the Bugatti Tourbillon will have a huge, 16-cylinder gas engine, which was designed in cooperation with the British race car engineering firm Cosworth. Those 16 cylinders will be assisted by 3 powerful electric motors – each capable of producing 800 horsepower (plus) on their own. That means the Tourbillon will be able to put out a total of at least 1,800 horsepower. List price: $4 million.

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On average, football (soccer) players run as far as 9.5 miles (15.2km) in a single match.

In Italy, Darth Vader’s name was changed to ‘Lord Fener’ because ‘Vader’ sounds too similar to the word ‘toilet’ in Italian.
✓ The first stroller, invented in 1733, was engineered to be pulled by a goat.

Electronic dance music has been shown to ward off mosquitos.

Sharks are the only fish that can blink with both eyes.


Question: In a survey, 78% of people agreed that THIS makes them feel like they have their life together. What is it?

Answer: A clean car

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In what might be a sign of the times, Costco is now selling driveway security bollards, aimed at preventing auto theft. The TikTok account “CostcoFindsCanada” recently shared a video that shows a set of manual retractable bollards, for sale for $569.99. The bollards, which are vertical steel posts, are branded with the logo of “Ontario Bollards”. The video prompted a mixed reaction on social media, with some commenters questioning how the bollards would perform in the winter, and others noting that it’s “crazy that we need this now.” LINK:

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Alvin & The Chipmunks: The sped-up voices of David Saville had a number of hit singles in the 1960s, including ‘Ragtime Cowboy Joe’ and a version of ‘Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer’. Their lone #1 hit was their 1958 debut ‘The Chipmunk Song’.

The Archies: The fictional group from “The Archie Show” cartoon charted 6 songs from 1968-70, including what would have been their concert encore . . . if they ever played a concert: the 1969 #1 ‘Sugar, Sugar’.

The Partridge Family: The 1970s sitcom family included Shirley Jones, Danny Bonaduce and later real-life pop star David Cassidy. Among their 9 charting songs was the 1970 #1 ‘I Think I’m in Love’.

The Blues Brothers: Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi premiered in a 1978 “SNL” sketch, and hit the chart with their version of ‘Soul Man’, even before their 1980 movie premiered.

The Muppets (and offshoots): spawned a number of hit singles, including Kermit’s classic ‘Rainbow Connection’ from “The Muppet Movie”, and a holiday collab with John Denver, which hit #13 on the Country Albums chart.

Spinal Tap: The classic mockumentary subjects’ hilariously-titled ‘Break Like the Wind’ reached #61 in 1992. And get set for more. The film’s sequel is filming now, with cameos from Elton John and Garth Brooks.

The Wonders: The Beatles-esque act from the 1996 Tom Hanks film “That Thing You Do!” hit #41 with the title track, which was written by the late Fountains of Wayne bassist Adam Schlesinger.

The Soggy Bottom Boys: The fictional country-bluegrass band from the 2000 Coen Brothers film “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” hit #35 on the Hot Country Songs chart with ‘I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow’.

Hannah Montana: Before Miley was Miley, her “Hannah Montana” character charted 20 songs on the Hot 100, including the #10 hit ‘He Could Be the One’ in 2009.

4*Town: The pop heartthrobs from the 2022 Pixar film “Turning Red” reached #49 on Billboard’s Hot 100 with their single ‘Nobody Like U’.

Daisy Jones & The Six: The fictional soft-rock band from the Prime Video miniseries of the same name became an actual charting band in 2023. Not only did the soundtrack spend 5 weeks at #1 on the Soundtracks chart, the series’ breakout song ‘Look at Us Now (Honeycomb)’ peaked at #23 on the Rock Songs chart.

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