Happy Tuesday.. Glad to see we all made it through another Monday..  Here's what you missed on today's show.

 

The Morning Brain Buster:

Q: The average one of these costs 4 times as much as it did 25 years ago - but is half the size. What is it?

A: A bikini

 

 

Bonehead Of The Day:

Polk County deputies were called to the home of Rodney and Jackie Brown on Saturday after getting reports of a domestic disturbance.

Jackie Brown, 33, told authorities that he was arguing with Rodney, 31. In the course of the fight, Rodney allegedly uprooted several cannabis plants and hit Jackie in the face with them, ActionNewsJax.com reports.

Some of the plants were up to three feet in length, according to WTSP TV.

Deputies searched the home and found several marijuana plants as well as drug paraphanalia, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

Rodney Brown was taken into custody and charged with domestic battery, cultivation of marijuana, and possession of marijuana over 20 grams.

He was taken to the Polk County Jail and later released on bond.

http://richthedj.blogspot.com/

 

 

Bonehead #2

PERTH, Australia, June 9 (UPI) --Australian police arrested a man and charged him with drunk driving after he was found riding a motorized beer cooler while under the influence of alcohol.

The 22-year-old was driving the cart down the middle of a quiet street in the suburbs on Friday night. The motorized cooler – known in Australia as an esky – did contain alcohol at the time.

"This motor vehicle would only be able to travel at very low speeds, the lighting devices on said vehicle would be negligible and make it very difficult for other motorists to see," police said in a statement, according to the Telegraph.

Other Australians have been arrested for operating eskys while intoxicated in the past.

A 38-year-old was arrested for drunk driving his motorized cooler back in March and a 23-year-old lost his license for nine months following a 2011 esky incident.

In the 2011 case, the young man took his "extreme cooler" for a "test drive" on a main road.

Scientists Searching For Mystery Sea Monster That Ate A 9 Ft Shark
SYDNEY, June 9 (UPI) --Australian scientists are searching for a "mystery sea monster" that likely devoured a nine-foot-long great white shark they'd been tracking.

The shark disappeared and then its tracking device washed up on a beach four months later.

According to data on the device, the shark's temperature rose rapidly and then quickly plunged, indicating that the shark may have ended up in another animal's digestive system.

Based on that assumption, it has been theorized that the shark was eaten by a "colossal cannibal great white shark."

The mystery is documented in the Smithsonian Institute's Hunt for the Super Predator, which is based on the Australian documentary The Search for the Ocean's Super Predator and will air June 25.

"When I was first told about the data that came back from the tag that was on the shark, I was absolutely blown away," filmmaker Dave Riggs reportedly says in the documentary.

"The question that not only came to my mind but everyone's mind who was involved was, 'what did that?' It was obviously eaten. What's gonna eat a shark that big? What could kill a [9-foot] great white?"

Woman Sued Over Cover Band

Pink is at the center of a $10-million lawsuit...sort of. Charles Bonfante had dreams of starting a Pink cover band but says the lack of talent and looks of his lead singer ruined his plans...and he's suing.

Collette McLafferty, a 40-year-old singer, was hired to front Funhouse, named after Pink's fifth album, but her performance did not satisfy Bonfante's needs. “McLafferty was a mediocre vocalist at best ," the lawsuit reads according to the "New York Post." "She had pitch problems, oftentimes singing flat for extended periods of time." He didn't stop at her talent. “She didn’t look the part, or at least contribute to the overall aesthetics of the band," he added in the suit.

To make matters worse, McLafferty was only paid $75 for the gig, and now is facing mounting legal bills. “I get to fight this for the next two years, according to my lawyer,” she said. “I’m going to be broke, and he’s going to have a hobby.” While Pink hasn't commented, McLafferty doesn't think she'd be happy about all this. “I think her advice would be to stay strong, not to slink back and not let anyone bully you," the singer said. Get 'em, girl!

Source: "New York Post"

www.drdavesultimateprep.com

 

 

Birthdays:

Actors:

  • Jonathan Bennett (“Mean Girls”) – 33
  • Frankie Faison (“Silence of the Lambs,” “Hannibal,” “Red Dragon,” HBO’s “The Wire”) – 65
  • Kate Flannery (Plays Meredith on NBC’s “The Office”) – 50 
  • Gina Gershon (“Showgirls” “Five Minarets in New York” “Killer Joe” “PS I Love You”) – 52
  • Carolyn Hennesy (“General Hospital,” “Cougar Town,” “True Blood,”) – 52
  • Elizabeth Hurley (“Austin Powers”) – 49
  • DJ Qualls (“The Big Bang Theory” “Supernatural” “Memphis Beat”) – 36
  • Leelee Sobieski (“Jungle 2 Jungle” “Deep Impact” “Joan of Arc” “Eyes Wide Shut”) – 31
  • Jeanne Tripplehorn (“Basic Instinct” “Big Love”) – 51
  • Shane West ("A Walk to Remember") – 36   
  • The late Judy Garland (1922-1969) …she would have been 92
  • The late Hattie McDaniel (Played Mammy in “Gone with the Wind.”) (FAST FACT: She was the first African American to win an academy award, but couldn’t attend the films premiere or sit with her colleagues at the academy awards because of segregation laws.) (1895-1952)

 

 

Musicians:

  • Smashing Pumpkin’s Jimmy Chamberlain – 50
  • Kim Deal – 53
  • Faith Evans – 41
  • K-Ci & Jojo’s Jojo – 43
  • Tonic’s Dan Lavery – 45
  • The Shirelles’ Shirley Owens – 73
  • Alexandra Stan – 25

 

Plus:

  • Famed lawyer F. Lee Bailey (He has represented such infamous clients as O.J. Simpson, "Boston Strangler" Albert DeSalvo, and Patty Hearst. He also defended Captain Ernest Medina, a United States Army officer blamed for the My Lai Massacre of the Vietnam War) – 81
  • Comedian Bill Burr – 46
  • Former Senator John Edwards (2004 Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee whose political career was shattered after it came to light that he had fathered a child with another woman. You don’t come back after cheating on your cancer stricken wife…what’s he up to now? In 2013, Edwards announced the formation of Edwards Kirby Attorneys at Law. The firm reunited Edwards with his former law partner David Kirby. Edwards’ daughter, Cate, and her law partner, Sharon Eubanks, operate the Washington, DC office of the firm.)  – 61
  • NFL Hall of Famer Dan Fouts (Quarterback who played all 15 of his NFL seasons with the San Diego Chargers, then went on to become a color commentator for NFL games on CBS) – 63
  • Olympic gold medalist Tara Lipinsky (FAST FACT: At Nagano in 1988, she set the record for the youngest gold medalist at the Winter Olympics at the age of just 15) – 32
  • Sasha Obama (daughter of Barrack Obama) –  (FAST FACT: youngest person to live in the white house since John F. Kennedy) 13
  • Danielle Peazer (Professional dancer – has worked Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Robin Thicke, Elton John, and many more) – 26
  • Reality star Lauri Peterson (“Real Housewives of Orange County”) – 55
  • Britain’s Prince Philip – 93
  • Former three time MLB All-Star Ken Singleton – 67
  • Former Governor Eliot Spitzer (Governor of New York from 2007 to 2008 who resigned in disgrace after it was revealed that he frequented high-end prostitutes. In 2013 he lost the Democratic primary for New York City Comptroller.) – 55
  • Kate Upton (actress and model known for appearances in Sports Illustrated) – 22

www.drdavesultimateprep.com

 

 

Video Of The Day:

Volkswagen found a brilliant way to communicate how risky it is to use cell phones while driving.