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Tim Phillips Show Notes
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

Fox News claims a Raising Cane restaurant employee from Kansas City, Missouri was fired for stirring a giant pot of iced tea with her forearm. A video of the employee smiling while churning the tea was posted on Facebook. Raising Cane terminated the employees responsible. Raising Cane plans to retrain their employees
6:18 a.m. Story

6:18 a.m.

6:30 a.m. Music Quiz

Friday Flashback - DREAMS FLEETWOOD MAC 1977
GOT TO GIVE IT UP
LUCILLE
FEELS LIKE THE FIRST TIME

Star Wars opens in cinemas, first Apple II computers go on sale, TV Mini Series "Roots" is aired, First commercial flight Concord, Elvis Presley Dies at the age of 42, NASA space shuttle first test flight, UK Jubilee celebrations, Roman Polanski is arrested and Charged, Alaskan Oil Pipeline completed, New York City Blackout lasts for 25 hours Quebec adopts French as the official language. Jimmy Carter is elected as the President of United States . The precursor to the GPS system in use today is started by US Department of defense. Elvis Presley Dies from a heart attack aged 42.

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BMW 320i $7990.00
Barbie Road Trip with Motor Home, Dune Buggy and a Bicycle $72.95
Wrist Worn AM Radio $7.95
5 inch Portable TV $147.00
New Stereo System $247.95

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

6:55 a.m. Health Story

You may think that your toilet is the grossest thing in your home, but that’s actually something in your kitchen. According to a new study, kitchen towels hold dangerous amounts of bacteria and germs, making them one of the germiest household items. The bacteria on them can cause food poisoning and skin and soft tissue infections and factors like the size of your family, diet, and what the towels are used to wipe can affect how much bacteria is on a kitchen towel. And these are some of the other disgusting things in your home.

Coffee maker - According to a National Sanitation Foundation germ study, coffee reservoirs are the fifth germiest place in your home. They advise washing removable parts after each use, wiping outer surfaces every day, and cleaning inside parts every 40 to 60 brew cycles or once a month.

Plastic water bottles - Plastic can crack, get scratched and harbor bacteria, but stainless steel water bottles are naturally anti-bacterial.

Handbags - A 2015 study found that purses commonly have bacteria like Staph on them from setting them on the floor in restaurants, public restrooms, and trains. And when was the last time you cleaned the outside of your purse? Exactly, so the study advises regularly wiping them down inside and out.

Shoes - If you don’t take your shoes off inside your house, you’re probably contaminating your floors with all kinds of nasties you pick up walking around. According to a 2017 University of Houston study, more than a quarter of shoes carry C.diff, a dangerous bacterial strain that can cause everything from diarrhea to deadly infections.

Toothbrushes - Toothbrushes can harbor bacteria, especially if you put your damp one in a closed container or store it near a toilet. The American Dental Association recommends rinsing the toothbrush after each use and letting it air dry, plus you should change it every three to four months.
Source: Moneyish

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

7:15 a.m. Story

A new survey by Hyundai reveals that the average person expects to own their dream car by the age of 42. Other findings:

- 37% of people believe they won't ever own their dream car

- the average person says their dream car would include such features as a panoramic sunroof, heated seats and GPS.

- 40% of people say a cup holder is the most important thing to them in a car

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

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

Today Is Take Your Dog To Work Day. A survey by Purina reveals that employees, who are allowed to bring their pets to work have lower stress levels by the end of the day.
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Mashable claims online shopping is about to get more expensive because the Supreme Court has ruled that states can charge online retailers sales tax even if they don't have a brick-and-mortar store in the state. Wayfair, Overstock.com and Newegg are among the retailers that may be affected. Amazon and eBay stock prices fell yesterday following the ruling
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Evanston Now claims an Evanston, Illinois man destroyed several cars yesterday while in a Starbucks drive-thru. The man lost control of his car as he was rounding a curve. He struck a light pole in a nearby McDonald's parking lot before the pole tipped over and smashed several other cars. No one was injured.
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A former superhero on TV is now a hero in real life.
After being sworn in as a member of the St. Anthony Police Department, the actor said "This is a wonderful opportunity. It's great to be here with the guys and to put on this uniform. I love the small town feel. Everybody's been extremely friendly and warm."

Following the ceremony he greeted fans.
Source: UPI
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The Watertown Public Opinion newspaper claims a Hancock, New York man recently received the shock of his life when he found a venomous timber rattlesnake in his engine. The man opened his hood to jumpstart his car when he spotted the serpent curled up on his battery. State environmental conservation police officers removed the reptile.
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A rat in India recently ate $18,000 in cash after getting stuck inside a bank's ATM machine. Bank officials discovered the rat while trying to figure out why the ATM had not been working. Branch manager Chandan Sharma says; "When our technicians opened the kiosk, we were shocked to find shredded notes and a dead rat. We have started an investigation into this rare incident and will take measures to prevent a recurrence."
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Sky News claims the Algerian government recently shut down Internet access for the entire country during high school final exams. Students were using phones and tablets to cheat. Internet blackouts are scheduled to continue throughout the rest of Algeria's exam season.
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USA Today claims the Bossier City, Louisiana police recently arrested Terrance Roquemore after he got drunk and then ran naked through a local casino. Terrence refused to stop running so cops pepper sprayed him. The spray had no effect on Terrence as he threw chairs at officers. Cops shot Terrence with a bean bag gun before charging him with obstructing justice, assault, battery and obscenity.
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ABC claims two crooks recently stole a pool from the backyard of an Omaha, Nebraska home. Brandon Turner's security cameras caught the men stealing his family's large inflatable pool. It took both thieves to carry the pool from the backyard. Turner has no plans to replace the pool and says his family will have to swim at the community watering hole
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The NY Post claims Brandon Tidwell was arrested earlier this week after he stripped naked and began singing in downtown Aspen, Colorado. Brandon was crooning gospel songs when cops took him into custody. When they asked why he was naked, Brandon said because he felt comfortable in his own skin.
The News & Observer claims the Morrisville, North Carolina police recently arrested Jorge Perez for stealing a motorized shopping cart fromn Walmart. The 24 year-old placed two bottles of white wine, spicy chicken and cigarettes in the cart before taking off. The cart is meant for disabled customers. Cops easily caught Perez, who was drinking his wine at the time of his arrest. He was charged with felony shoplifting.
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The Westerly Sun claims the Westerly, Rhode Island police recently arrested a 28 year-old man for calling 911 from the back of a police car to complain about an officer. Cops were called to a home to break up an argument between a man and a woman. The man was drunk so cops told him to find a ride home. When he couldn't, officers drove the man to the police station. During the ride, the man called 911 to complain about an officer. He was charged with making a false 911 call.
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For the third time in two weeks, someone tried to blow up an ATM with explosives.

Philadelphia police say a woman tried to rob an ATM with a stick of dynamite. Video shows a woman planting a quarter stick of dynamite into an ATM machine at a corner store. Witnesses say they were surprised by the “boom.”

Police say the ATM was significantly damaged, but the cash was still inside. Experts say it’s incredibly difficult to breach the safe inside the machines and explosives won’t so the job.
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WCMH claims the Columbus, Ohio police had no problem in tracking down bank robber Dave Menser because he gave his driver's license to a teller. Menser said he had a gun before giving the teller a note demanding money. When he asked for more cash, the teller told him that a driver's license was required to open the cash drawer. Menser gave the teller his license before she swiped it into an ID machine. Officers quickly arrested Menser following the robbery.

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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