Show Notes for Tuesday, June 11, 2024

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June 11th

Cousteau Day

King Kamehameha Day

National Corn On The Cob Day

National German Chocolate Cake Day

National Making Life Beautiful Day

Say Hi Day

Yarn Bombing Day

National Call Your Doctor Day

National Forklift Safety Day

World Pet Memorial Day

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Spending too much time on social media could lead to disturbing nightmares. A study published in the journal BMC Psychology, introduced the concept of “social media-related nightmares,” a new type of bad dream that stems from the stresses and anxieties of our online experiences. These nightmares often revolve around themes of helplessness, loss of control, and victimization — in the context of social media interactions. Social media-related nightmares could function as stressors, disrupting your sleep cycle and causing awakenings during the night.

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Crystal – the monkey from The Hangover 2 and Night at the Museum, has her own IMDB page!


Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is getting candid about his struggle with addiction. On Kaitlyn Bristowe’s podcast “Off the Vine,” the “Jersey Shore” star shared that at one point, he was spending $600,000 a year on opioids and cocaine. After dealing with substance abuse in his early 20s, Sorrentino cleaned up and began his career in reality TV, and rebuilt his life, remaining clean and sober “year after year”. But despite his efforts, the 41-year-old said things “took a turn for the worse”, and there were a few “rock bottom” moments between 2010 and 2015, when he began using heroin. He eventually sought help, and says he is 9 years clean and sober.

Martin Lawrence says he’s OK. The 59-year-old actor appeared on a radio show to allay fans’ concerns about his health. Chatter began to circulate last month when the actor and his “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” co-star, Will Smith, attended the film’s LA premiere. In a viral clip, Smith appeared to help Lawrence stand as they addressed the crowd, with the Lawrence looking around in what appeared to be a confused manner. In the new interview, he said: “I’m fine. I’m in God’s hands. I’m blessed….No need for people to be concerned.” Then, he quipped: “And I’m healthy as hell! Stop, stop, stop the rumors!”

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Would your spouse consider a “sleep divorce” if they just couldn’t stand the sound of your snoring any longer? The American Academy of Sleep Medicine says that an estimated one in 3 people regularly sleep in a separate bed from their partner – described as “sleep divorce” – due to snoring and sleep disorders. But the organization says it has a potential answer, that doesn’t involve bunking out on the couch or the guest bedroom. The AASM says a new study shows that the use of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines is linked with higher levels of relationship satisfaction — and lower levels of relationship conflict. The lead author of the study explained that, as you no doubt know, no one is at their best when they don’t get sufficient sleep. So, by recognizing that if one partner has sleep apnea, it can affect the sleep quality of both, we may be able to actually save marriages by promoting the fact that CPAP machines might be the answer. Sleep apnea is a chronic disease that involves the repeated collapse of the upper airway during sleep, causing stops and gags in airflow – including snoring. CPAP machines help alleviate this by sending air pressure through a mask to keep the throat open during sleep.

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Sterling silver contains 7.5% copper.

The only number whose letters are in alphabetical order is 40 (f-o-r-t-y).

After OutKast sang “Shake it like a Polaroid picture,” Polaroid released this statement: “Shaking or waving can actually damage the image.”

Americans use enough toilet paper each year to stretch to the sun and back.
✓ Spending money on experiences, as opposed to material possessions, leads to greater happiness.


10-12% of us share this trait — but it is about twice as high among Major League Baseball players. What is it?

Answer: Left-handedness

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A new male birth control gel could soon be a reality. It uses the synthetic hormone Nesterone, an ingredient of the birth control ring (used by women). The UK researchers believe the use of Nesterone makes the new gel work quickly and require less testosterone than previous experimental gels. It is designed to keep men from producing sperm without impacting their sex drive or causing other side effects. The hormonal gel used daily by rubbing it on…the shoulder blades.

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Billboard has compiled its “100 Greatest Karaoke Duets of All Time” list. Here is the top 10…

1. Brandy & Monica – ‘The Boy Is Mine’ (1998): This is the crown jewel of karaoke duets: a dramatic story and plenty of opportunity for show-stopping harmonies.

2. Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga – ‘Shallow’ (2018): Be sure to commit to Gaga’s primal scream in the middle!

3. Elton John & Kiki Dee – ‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ (1976): It’s a couples-karaoke cliché by this point, but for good reason. 

4. Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg – ‘Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang’ (1992): It is so immediately infectious that it permanently changed the course of rap — and it remains a joy to recreate 3 decades later.

5. Lady Antebellum – ‘Need You Now’ (2009): Space for vocal takes that are restrained yet powerful, with a chorus made for karaoke singalongs.

6. Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell – ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ (1967): It’s the kind of ‘unruinable’ song that makes whoever’s performing it seem more likeable. (Challenge accepted!)

7. Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton – ‘Islands in the Stream’ (1983): It allows each singer time to shine, but it is truly an equal share, like real love.

8. The B-52’s – ‘Love Shack’ (1989): If you’re looking to bring fun vibes, this song is the ticket.

9. Aladdin (Soundtrack) — ‘A Whole New World’ (1992): 

10. John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John – ‘You’re the One That I Want’ (1978): 


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A laugh can be a very powerful thing. Why, sometimes in life, it’s the only weapon we have.” —Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

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Young Adventurers Uncover Rare T. Rex Fossil In North Dakota Badlands