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On this date in 1968, Mick Jagger and his girlfriend Marianne Faithfull are arrested in England for illegal drug possession.  *When is any member of the Rolling Stones NOT in possession of illegal drugs?  (Rick Fancy)

Matoaca High School in Virginia held its graduation ceremony  but the school's name was misspelled on the diplomas.  Some of the graduates were upset.  What do they expect?  *These are the same people who say the three R's are reading, writing and arithmetic. (Paul Dudley)

Portland, Oregon Police arrested a man for allegedly carrying weapons in a guitar case. They found a pump-action shotgun, a handgun, a machete, a hatchet and a pocket knife.  *He’s been charged with impersonating Ted Nugent.  (Rick Fancy)

Best-selling author Mitch Albom turns 66 today. He is the author of "The Five People You Meet in Heaven."  *If there is a god...they will not be TikTok influencers.  (Paul Dudley)

Walmart Wellness Day was held at nearly 4,600 Walmart pharmacies across the country last weekend. Customers received free glucose and cholesterol testing. *No surprise, most Walmart customers tested positive for gravy and Marlboro Reds.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 2006, members of Led Zeppelin met the King of Sweden at the Stockholm Concert Hall to receive the Polar Music Prize.  *They brought down the house with a blazing rendition of Stairway to Ikea.  (Paul Dudley)

Analysts say Americans are delaying the purchase of costly-big-ticket items that are traditionally financed, as inflation and interest rates remain high.  I can relate.  *The other day I went to the grocery store and asked if I could see something in a Rib Eye Roast.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 1927, Charles Lindbergh arrived in Paris, France, in his plane "The Spirit of St. Louis."  It marked the first time a person had flown across the Atlantic Ocean.  *Lindbergh was just glad there wasn’t a crying baby in the seat next to him.  (Paul Dudley)

A 19-year-old woman from London is charged with trafficking 70 pounds of marijuana on an overseas flight following her arrest Sunday at Boston's Logan Airport. *The crew became suspicious when the woman ate her 4th bag of peanuts and her 3rd in-flight meal.  (Paul Dudley)

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has signed a bill limiting the time people suffering from mental health issues spend in jail while awaiting treatment.  *I guess we know where Kanye is going to move.  (Paul Dudley)

A bill requiring a Ten Commandments display in every state-funded classroom in Louisiana heads to the Governor's desk.   *The same rules apply at schools in Hollywood...although they call them the 10 suggestions.  (Paul Dudley)

Police are looking for thieves who stole over 800-thousand-dollars worth of gold, diamonds and cash in a Glendora, California jewelry heist. The owner of the store hired a detective and they have solid leads.  *They’re looking for a guy in Los Angeles dripping in jewelry, cash and flashy watches...who’s not a rapper or a player in the NFL.  (Paul Dudley)

On this date in 1844, Samuel Morse demonstrated the telegraph with what is now known as Morse Code.  The telegraph was kind of like an early version of texting.  *As a matter of fact it’s rumored the first message Samuel Morse sent was...”you up?”  (Rick Fancy)

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