Friday, November 15, 2013

Show Notes 11/10/2013

Sunday Show 11/10/13

Special Guest; B. Davis Campbell Author of "A Place I Didn't Want To Go: My Victory Over Cancer"
Davis became a registered nurse in 1983 and later a nurse practitioner in 2001. In 2004, at age 43, he was shocked to discover he had Stage III bladder cancer. He subsequently underwent total removal of his bladder and creation of a new bladder, a "neobladder", out of twenty inches of his small intestine.

Out of fuel GOCE satellite to crash on earth Sunday afternoon
A 2,000-pound European satellite has run out of fuel and will plunge back to Earth sometime between 5:30 P.M. EST and 7:30 P.M., a spokesman for Europe's Space Debris Office told

Unemployment among black youth 393% higher than national rate
The black youth unemployment rate for ages 16-19 is 393% higher than the national unemployment rate, according to data released today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Melissa Joan Hart: These days there are more Republicans in Hollywood
FOX411: We love the story of you proudly announcing on the “Sabrina” set that you voted for [Bob] Dole and your co-stars being horrified.

Government pays 112,346 to develop strawberry harvest aiding robots
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has given an award of $1,123,463 to the University of California, Davis to develop “relatively small, inexpensive robots" to aid in harvesting strawberries.
The announcement was made in late October as part of a series of USDA awards “to spur the development and use of robots in American agriculture production,” according to a USDA press release.

United States Marines
Leading up to the American Revolution, a committee of the Continental Congress met to draft a resolution calling for two battalions of Marines able to fight for independence at sea and on shore. The resolution was approved on November 10, 1775, officially forming the Continental Marines.

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