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We update Tim's show notes each day at 7:35 a.m. Mountain time.
5:55 a.m. Northern Broadcasting Montana News/ABC World News

6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

If you are going to pretend to be a cop, it's probably best if you don't pull someone over who is a cop. Two men impersonating police officers tried to pull over a South Florida commissioner who is a former officer and now they're in jail. Miami-Dade Commissioner Joe Martinez grew suspicious last week when he saw the sports utility vehicle with flashing lights that came up behind him on the Florida Turnpike. Martinez says the vehicle was too spiffy to be a police vehicle and he noticed a temporary tag. Martinez refused to pull over and was able to flag down an officer in a squad car who was on the roadside. The officer radioed for help. Franklin Dixon-Lozano, 27, was arrested and faces charges of falsely impersonating an officer and possessing a firearm while committing an offense. Another man who was questioned was released and not charged.
6:18 a.m. Story

A new survey found that 1 in 3 workers feel their managers have absolutely no idea what they do every day, and one-third of employees feel their hard work goes unnoticed and unappreciated. More survey findings: 41 percent think their boss wouldn’t be able to do one day of work in their jobs and 33 percent believe their boss is way overpaid for the work they do. (Unilad)

Speaking of work … Here’s more proof that meetings are a waste of time … A new study found that the average employee wastes 13 working days a year in “unproductive” meetings. The study found that the typical employee spends 187 hours -- roughly of 23 days a year -- in meetings. According to employees, 56 percent of those meetings are a waste of time. 66 percent of respondents admitted that they make excuses -- even calling in sick -- in order to avoid meetings. (SWNS Digital)Brushing our teeth is a healthy habit we’re willing to dedicate time to every day because we know how important it is. So we spend a couple minutes in the morning and again at night banishing plaque and tartar and caring for our gums. Self-love is another habit we should all be practicing to get rid of the negative thought patterns that shake our confidence and we could actually do it in just the amount of time it takes to brush our teeth.

6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz

Monday Morning Mystery - SUGAR SUGAR - THE ARCHIES
#1 in 1969 ARCHIES, CUFF LINKS, ANDY KIM

Studio group created by Don Kirshner; based on the Saturday morning cartoon television series. Lead vocalist Ron Dante (born Carmine Granito on 8/22/1945 in Staten Island, New York) was also the voice of The Cuff Links and co-producer of many of Barry Manilow ‘s hits. All tunes written and produced by Jeff Barry, who was half of a prolific hit-writing partnership with his then-wife Ellie Greenwich . Other vocalists included Greenwich, Toni Wine , Tony Passalacqua and Andy Kim (who co-wrote four of their six hits). The cartoon characters’ names are Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead and Reggie.

6:40 a.m. Weather Wakeup/Northern Broadcasting Weather

6:55 a.m. Health Story

If you can hardly keep your eyes open today, we feel you. But instead of reaching for that fourth cup of coffee, we’ve got an energy-boosting alternative for you to try: chewing peppermint gum.

The trick comes from “5-Minute Energy,” a book by Isadora Baum that offers suggestions of more than 200 activities to help put some pep in your step. And one of them is chewing gum. Sounds strange, but science backs it up. A study at Coventry University in the U.K. finds that chewing gum stimulates the autonomic nervous system and that boosts alertness. Chewing increases blood flow to the brain as well and that can help wake you up, too.

But if you’re reaching for a pack of gum at the store, put down the Juicy Fruit and stick to peppermint. It turns out it’s especially effective because the scent of peppermint can “uplift mood and energy as well as bring a sense of mental clarity and focus,” according to Baum’s book. So next time the afternoon slump hits, try this pick-me-up and freshen your breath at the same time.

Source: PureWow

6:56 a.m. Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m. Story

Presidents Day is Monday. YouGov recently asked people to name their favorite movie or TV President

1 Harrison Ford from Air Force One (23%)

2 Morgan Freeman from Deep Impact (19%)

3 Bill Pullman from Independence Day (18%)

4 Michael Douglas from American President (14%)

5 Martin Sheen from The West Wing (12%)

18% of people say they would vote for Freeman's character while 16% would vote for Ford's

7:15 a.m. Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

Here are this past weekend's box office results.

1. Alita: Battle Angel — $27.8 million (CINEMA SCOOP .. Wikipedia claims the movie cost $170 million to produce)

2. Lego Movie 2: The Second Part — $21.2 million

3. Isn’t It Romantic— $14.2 million

4. What Men Want— $10.9 million

5. Happy Death Day 2U— $9.8 million

6. Cold Pursuit — $6 million

7. The Upside— $5.8 million

8. Glass— $3.9 million

9. The Prodigy— $3.2 million

10. Green Book — $2.8 million
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Fast Company claims Doritos has created a new terry cloth packaging. The reusable green bag was created so people would have a place to wipe their nacho-stained fingers. The packaging is only available for a limited time.
Have you ever slept next to someone who simply hogs all the covers or even worse, the whole bed? Well, we have the next great invention for you.

Ford just invented a bed that stops one person from hogging too much space. The bed has sensors in it that detect where both people are sleeping. If one person crosses their side of the mattress, the bed gently moves on a conveyer belt that will give the other person more space back on their side. Sounds awesome, right?

Unfortunately, they just made the bed as part of a promotion for the lane assist feature in their cars. But maybe if enough people hit social media and demand this from a bed, it can become a real thing sooner rather than later.
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They came covered in blue paint, donning red and white hats, nearly 3,000 in all. Their goal was simple: To break the world record for the largest group of people dressed as Smurfs. The group Dä Traditionsverein organized the event in Lauchringen, Germany on Saturday near the border with Switzerland. They had strict rules: in order to be counted, participants couldn't show any non-blue skin. They could dress as Papa Smurf, with his trademark red cap and a white beard, or Smurfette, with blonde hair and a white skirt or dress. Normal smurfs were okay, too, but some characters, like the evil wizard Gargamel, were strictly off limits. The group posted on Facebook that 2,762 Smurfs showed up and the Record Institute for Germany verified that number on its website. They've even provided a certificate for participants. Guinness World Records has yet to confirm the record. The current standing record is held by a group of 2,510 people in the United Kingdom in 2009. Dä Traditionsverein first attempted to break that record in 2016.
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Brobible says no one has claimed the $1.5 billion Mega Millions lottery jackpot that was drawn in October. The ticket was sold in South Carolina. The winner beat odds of 1 in 306 million. The winner will take home a lump sum cash payout of $878 million after taxes. The state of South Carolina is hoping a winner will come forward so they can collect $61 million in state taxes.
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In Melbourne, Australia, a Beagle named Molly was having a rough time after losing her litter of puppies at birth.

But things turned around for Molly just a few days later when she connected with a baby possum, who jumped on Molly’s back and made herself at home.

Since then Molly and the possum -- named Poss -- have been inseparable. Molly plays with and watches over Poss, as if she were its mother. And because the possum is nocturnal, and sleeps in trees during the day, Molly stays close, making sure everything is safe.

Poss is certainly enjoying the protection and companionship. And, the relationship has been great for Molly, who has been in a good mood ever since Poss entered her life. (Daily Mail)
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NBC claims Allan Harris, of Hartford, Kentucky, recently got his wife of 11 years, Nina, turnups instead of tulips for Valentine's Day. He misunderstood what she wanted and bought the vegetables instead. Allan went back to the store and got tulips and balloons in order to make up for his mistake
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The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette claims the Little Rock Police recently arrested Lamar Hamilton for walking down a street while naked. When cops asked the 30-year-old what he was doing, he said he was going to get a burger. He was charged with disorderly conduct.
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The NY Post claims the New Jersey Transit Police recently booted a woman from a train after she refused to move her Louis Vuitton purse from a seat. The woman told cops that the expensive purse needed its own space. She then told a fellow passenger, ''I don’t want your bedbugs. I don’t want your smell. You’re disgusting.''
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Last month, a California man named Roberto Arroyo made headlines when he was caught on a home's surveillance camera licking the doorbell. It appears he may have started a bizarre new trend.

Last week across the country, in Lake Worth, Florida, a homeowner captured a man repeatedly licking the video doorbell. He's then seen picking up what appears to be a newspaper and showing it to the camera. He eventually walked away, but only after taking a few more licks of the camera. No one knows who the man is or what he was trying to do at the house. (Fox News)
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Police in Houston were called to a vacant house to rescue a woman who had somehow gotten trapped inside an air vent.

A neighbor told cops he heard screaming coming from inside the house around 4:30 in the morning and shouted back from outside. She told him she was stuck inside an air vent, and he asked if she was trying to break in. Her only response was to ask for water.

Firefighters spent 20 minutes cutting her free. She was questioned about why she was there and she told them she couldn't remember. She suffered minor leg injuries and was transported to the hospital.

The owner of the property has been notified and it's unclear if the intruder is facing any criminal charges. (KTRK-TV)
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The NY Post claims a Maywood, New Jersey burglar was recently arrested after he mistook an unmarked police car for his Lyft ride. Nicholas Maziot walked up to the car and asked the officer if he was his Lyft driver. When Nicholas realized he was talking to a police officer he attempted to walk away. Cops charged the 28 year-old with burglary and criminal mischief after victims identified him as the person that broke into their homes.


7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

7:50 a.m. Montana Trivia/Science Faction/Local Sports

8:10 a.m. Story

8:12 a.m. ABC News/Northern Broadcasting Montana News/Obituaries/Pressing On

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:50 a.m. Job Hunt

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

Extras

6:10 a.m. Boneheads In The News

6:18 a.m. Story

A new survey by Mastercard reveals that 35% of people sing in the shower. 42% of singers say singing makes them happy and puts them in a good mood
6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz

Two For Tuesday - WHO CAN IT BE NOW - MEN AT WORK - RICK SPRINGFIELD
6:40 a.m. Weather Wakeup/Northern Broadcasting Weather

6:55 a.m. Health Story

New research from the University of Arizona found that choosing a high-calorie dessert – vs. something healthy like fruit – could actually cause you to eat fewer calories overall. How? Researchers put either a healthy dessert like fresh fruit or a less healthy dessert like cheesecake at the beginning or end of a cafeteria line. They found that when people picked the cheesecake at the beginning of the line, they chose a lower calorie entrée and would up eating 30 percent fewer calories than the people who chose the healthy dessert. BUT … this didn’t happen when the desserts were put at the end of the line.

“We believe diners who chose the indulgent dessert first then picked healthier main and side dishes to make up for their high-calorie dessert,” said study author Martin Reimann. “Diners who picked the healthier dessert may have thought they already had done a good deed for their bodies so they deserved higher-calorie food further down the cafeteria line.” So … maybe ask for the dessert menu first when you’re eating out? (Market Watch)

6:56 a.m. Hospital Happenings/ABC World News/Local News

7:15 a.m. Story

Do you have pet peeves when it comes to money? A survey found that the biggest pet peeves people have when it comes to finances are taking too long to pay someone back, someone not paying their fair share of the bill and bragging about how much money you make.

Here Are the Top 10:

1. Taking too long to pay someone back.
2. Not paying a fair share of a bill.
3. Bragging about salary.
4. Bragging about how much you spend.
5. Asking someone else about their salary.
6. Posting an image on social media to show off their wealth.
7. Looking down on someone for not buying expensive items.
8. Piggybacking on someone else's music or TV subscription without permission.
9. Talking about how much you paid for an expensive item.
10. Asking how much someone paid for something. (SWNS)

7:15 a.m. Lunch Menus/Valley Happenings

7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

7:45 a.m. Birthday Show

7:50 a.m. Montana Trivia/Science Faction/Local Sports

8:10 a.m. Story

8:12 a.m. ABC News/Northern Broadcasting Montana News/Obituaries/Pressing On

8:40 a.m. Tradeo

9:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

9:30 a.m. Doggone Show

9:50 a.m. Job Hunt

10:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

10:50 a.m. Hi-Line Highlights

11:00 a.m. ABC News/Weather

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