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From the show:

Tuesday Show Features

Rich's Joke Of The Day:

A tightwad was looking for a gift to give a friend. Everything was too expensive except for a glass vase that had been broken and he could purchase it for almost nothing. He asked the store to send it hoping his friend would think it had been broken in transit.

In due time he received a note: “thanks for the vase,” it read. “It was so thoughtful Of you to wrap each piece separately.”

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Rich's Crazy News Story Of The Day:
A scorned dentist in London is facing jail time after surgically removing all of her ex-boyfriend's teeth after he dumped her. The boyfriend made the mistake of scheduling an appointment with his ex for a toothache. So the angry dentist allegedly pulled out all his teeth, and wrapped his head with bandages so he wouldn't notice until he left her office.

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The Wacky World of Crime With Officer Hancock's police blotter:

A Florida moonshiner has been arrested for selling fruit-flavored booze. Undercover Flagler County Sheriff Deputies said they purchased moonshine flavored with apple, blackberry and strawberry as well as the unflavored stuff. The suspect, who allegedly sold the booze out of his truck, provided a choice of 130- and 150-proof.

This is Officer Hancock. Be careful. There are a lot of wackos out there!

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Rich's thought to ponder:
When French people swear do they say pardon my English?

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The latest news from the Hancock News Service - odd news fair and balanced!
A postcard mailed from Chicago in 1958 has finally reached its intended recipient. A postcard depicting Shedd Aquarium recently arrived at Scott McMurry's Virginia home, more than five decades after his mother mailed it. The 71-year-old says he immediately recognized his mother's handwriting. The postcard was addressed to Clairmont Lane in Decatur, Ga., where McMurry grew up. But it recently arrived in Elizabeth Fulcher's mailbox on Clairmont Lane in South Daytona, Fla. Elizabeth posted a picture of the postcard on Facebook and her friends helped track down McMurry. The half-century mail delay remains a mystery.