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Q: 40% of people admit to doing this when they go to someone else’s house
A: Snoop through their bathroom cabinets & drawers
Q: Can you name the thing that 39% of one-year-olds have
A: A Facebook Profile
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The Queen Mary
Jim Jordan – Fauci Lied and he can Prove it
In a stunning display of duplicity using a string of frantic e-mails to and from Dr, Fauci over a 13 hour period (including an E-mail written by Dr. Fauci at 3:00 AM) Representative Jim Jordan exposes the lies and false claims (and the attempted cover-up) made by Dr. Fauci with regard to the origins of the Coronavirus and the role NIH had in funding the gain of function research that took place at the Wuhan lab in China.
John breaks down the video listen to his comments here. Mobile users begin at 16:07
With American Liberty Mortgage talked about the reverse mortgage. Interview here. Mobile users begin at 46:10
How Could Something so Simple and Obvious be Such a Game Changer?
Randy’s low-tech favorites
The Potato Chip
One of North America’s favorite snack foods, the potato chip was created in 1853 by George Crum, chef of the Moon Lake Lodge Resort in Saratoga Lake, New York.
Los Angeles building inspector Walter Frederick Morrison and his partner Warren Franscioni invented the plastic version of the Frisbee in 1948. The disk has sold over two hundred million units to date.
Dental floss was introduced in 1815 by Levi Spear Parmly, a dentist from New Orleans. It was originally made from silk, unlike today’s floss, which is made of nylon or plastic,
The Chocolate Chip Cookie
Accidentally created in 1938 by Ruth Wakefield at the Toll House Inn in Whitman, Massachusetts when she ran out of baker’s chocolate and instead substituted bits of a semi-sweet Nestle chocolate bar.
In 1893 Whitcomb L. Judson invented a “clasp locker” to simplify the process of buttoning boots. In 1913 his design was modified to become the iconic “zipper”.
In 1928, the pink-colored Double Bubble bubble gum was invented by Walter Diemer, an employee of the Frank H. Fleer Company. The gum was stretchable and non-sticky.
Hearing how a female associate used a folded sponge to absorb menstrual flow, Dr. Earl Haas substituted a cotton cylinder with a string and tube applicator in 1929.
From the 3/13/21 Show:
While You Weren’t Looking, Big Tech Destroyed Your Rights
Bunch O’ Balloons creator Josh Malone explains the challenges facing inventors in America and answers the question, “Is the US Patent Office in league with Big Business?” Find out more about the staggering cost of getting a patent and at UsInventor.org. Listen to the interview here. Follow Josh on Twitter.
Sports with Richard Rush
Will the NFL Will Fine Unvaccinated Players $14K For Each COVID-19 Safety Violation? Article here.
The #Colts announce that coach Frank Reich, who is fully vaccinated, tested positive for COVID-19 and is quarantined. He has no symptoms.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 26, 2021
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Toyota 4Runner Review. Listen here. Mobile users begin at 44:53