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Big Jim and Anna Show Cliff Notes: Thursday, 6/19/14

Miss any of The Big Jim and Anna Show today?  You can catch up with our Cliff Notes! The abbreviated version of the show! 

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Miley Cyrus sent a video message to a young girl on her deathbed the other day, and the girl got to see it only an hour before she passed away. 



Jersey Shore’s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino got into a fistfight with his brother a couple days ago inside the tanning salon they own together in Jersey.  There’s audio from the 911 call-   



Is Scott Disick for real?  He auditioned to be the new host of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous- Here’s a clip from that audition: Nick Cannon ended up getting the job but the show was never picked up because the Style Network went out of business.





All this week we have tickets to see Fitz and the Tantrums! Wanna win?! You have to follow us on Twitter for your chance! Follow us at @BigJimandAnna





Big Jim thinks these are the three biggest stories of the day:

1.   FACEBOOK Back Up

2.  Entrepreneur Barbie

3.  Sprayable Sunscreen



Stacy called because she thinks her husband is being unreasonable because he wants to approve the guest list.  He says he doesn’t want any punk kids and thinks that he needs to protect their neighborhood from any of the riff raff kids.  Although it was close, the audience agreed that Jason was being overprotective and not fair.  Their daughter is allowed to invite anyone she wants.




Five types of Newborn Cries

According to Wikipedia Dunstan Baby Language is a claim about infantile vocal reflexes as signals, in humans. The claim is that across cultures and linguistic groups there are five sounds, each with a meaning, that are used by infants before the language acquisition period.

According to Dunstan, the five universal words (or sound reflexes) used by infants are:


Neh (I'm hungry) - An infant uses the sound reflex "Neh" to communicate its hunger. The sound is produced when the sucking reflex is triggered, and the tongue is pushed up on the roof of the mouth.

Owh (I'm sleepy) - An infant uses the sound reflex "Owh" to communicate that they are tired. The sound is produced much like an audible yawn.

Heh (I'm experiencing discomfort) - An infant uses the sound reflex "Heh" to communicate stress, discomfort, or perhaps that it needs a fresh diaper. The sound is produced by a response to a skin reflex, such as feeling sweat or itchiness in the bum.

Eairh (I have lower gas) - An infant uses the sound reflex "Eairh" to communicate they have flatulence or an upset stomach. The sound is produced when trapped air from a belch is unable to release and travels to the stomach where the muscles of the intestines tighten to force the air bubble out. Often, this sound will indicate that a bowel movement is in progress, and the infant will bend its knees, bringing the legs toward the torso.This leg movement assists in the ongoing process.

Eh (I need to be burped) - An infant uses the sound reflex "Eh" to communicate that it needs to be burped. The sound is produced when a large bubble of trapped air is caught in the chest, and the reflex is trying to release this out of the mouth.




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