Wednesday, September 28, 2016

272nd day of the year.

There are 33 days left until Halloween

Today is National Ask a Stupid Question Day, National Drink Beer Day, National Good Neighbor Day, National Strawberry Cream Pie Day, National Women's Health and Fitness Day, World Rabies Day and World School Milk Day

 

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

 

THERE IS A COMANY WORKING TO GET US TO MARS.  SAY WITHING 50 YEARS WE WILL BE LIVING THERE.....

 

 Friday night, we've got the seemingly new phenomenon of a black moon

 

The last "Twilight" movie was 5 years ago, but the studio says it's not outside the realm of possibility that another sequel could be happening in the near future.

 

The Marines are looking to replace their long-time slogan, "The few. The proud. The Marines." They've been using that since 1977 and hope to have a new one in place next year.

 

Doctors are looking at using roller coasters as a way to treat kidney stones.

 

A new study claims that 90% of U.S. teens don't get enough exercise.

 

A British insurance company says 2.5 million Lego bricks have been flushed down English toilets.

 

The average man tells three lies a day, which amounts to 1,092 lies a year.

 

the Green Bay, Wisconsin police will be wearing pink badges throughout the month of October. They are doing it in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

 

F.Y.I  October IS ALSO Zombie Preparedness Month.

 

Selena Gomez is the most popular celebrity on Instagram with over 100 million followers

 

Ariana Grande may record a country CD

 

A Blake Shelton look-a-like, named Andrew Dahlen, allegedly snuck backstage during Blake's recent show at the Fargodome. Fans took pics with Andrew thinking it was Blake

 

Tom Brady has been spending his four-game suspension in Italy with his wife Gisele Bundchen. He was photographed sunbathing naked

 

Charlize Theron has gained 35 pounds to play a mother of three for a new movie called 'Tully'.

 

- Baskin-Robbins in Japan is selling a new Halloween sundae that features spicy habanero ice cream that glows in the dark. The scoops are garnished with an RIP cookie headstone, chocolate brownie coffins and a zombie hand

 

- National Coffee Day 2016 (tomorrow) Deals ... http://www.foods4betterhealth.com/national-coffee-day-2016-dunkin-donuts-starbucks-dairy-queen-offer-special-deals-19548

 

Politics Trending ...

- 80.9 million people watched the Presidential debate across 12 networks on Monday night

 

- CNN claims Monday's Presidential debate was the most tweeted debate ever. Twitter says more than 10.3 million messages were sent during the debate.

 

- Vox.com claims Donald Trump interrupted Hillary Clinton 51 times during their debate on Monday. She interrupted him 17 times.

 

PRESIDENTIAL FACT OF THE DAY

 

President George H.W. Bush kept two items on his desk for his entire presidency: a hand-written note of encouragement from outgoing President Reagan, and a photo of Robin Bush, the 3-year-old daughter that George and Barbara lost to leukemia.

 

When Lyndon Johnson was a boy, he was extraordinarily close to his mother, who praised him frequently and often let him sleep in her bed. But when he got a poor report card his mother would completely stop speaking to him, addressing the other children at dinner while treating Lyndon as invisible.

 

Today Is National Drink Beer Day

- 14% of people say their father introduced them to beer (Not Your Father's Root Beer)

- 17% of men would give up beer for a full head of hair. (the hair care company Jamie Stevens)

- 10% of women like the smell of beer breath. (Lion Bar Ice Cream)

 

Donut Beer: Grumpy's Donuts, in Sydney, Australia, has launched two new donut-inspired beers. Fans lined up to taste the chocolate cookie crumble donut beer and the pink lemonade-glazed donut beer. Both have an ABV of of 6%

 

Drinking Beer Could Prevent Breast Cancer

 

Fried Beer: Mark Zable has invented a way to deep fry beer. The Texan says the suds are placed inside a pretzel-like dough before being dunked in oil for 20 seconds at 375 degrees. Mark's deep-fried beer will be officially unveiled at the Texas state fair later this month. Five pieces will sell for $5. The Texas Alcoholic Commission has already ruled that people must be over 21 to try the fried beer.

 

Beer = Better Memory

A study by Oregon State University reveals that beer can improve your memory because of a compound found in hops called xanthohumol

 

ONE WAY TO COLLECT $

Man Gets Name In Lights: River Park Flooring, in Winnipeg, Canada, recently got a man to pay his overdue bill by flashing his name and his balance due on an electronic sign outside of their business.

Owner Curtis Rossow tells the Toronto Sun: “We’ve taken many phone calls this week over it. Some people are open to it and understand it, and some people don’t think it is the right thing to do.”

 

Can't Sleep? ALL YOU NEED US SOME COOL SUNGLASSES!!!

Having trouble sleeping? Put on your sunglasses! That's the advice of sleep expert Glenn Landry-and he should know because that's exactly what he does. Landry says he puts on his shades at 8:00pm - two hours before he goes to bed. By doing so he says, "I'm trying to tell my clock that this is the end of the day." He claims that in an age where we watch TV, check our phones and play video games in the evening and at night, the exposure to artificial light interferes with the body's circadian clock. So next time you're lying awake and staring at the ceiling, forget counting sheep and reach for your shades. Besides, think how cool you'll look sleeping. (Metro)

 

FACT OR BULLCRAP

"Woman Stopped From Bringing Her Husband's Intestines on the Plane!"

Truth! Customs officers at an Austrian airport stopped the woman. She claimed they were from her dead husband and she wished to have a toxicology analysis of his tissue carried out because she believed he had been murdered.

 

"Alaska Wants Leash Laws for Cats!"

Truth! We don't know why. It's Alaska for crying out loud.

 

"New Study Says Selfies Are Good For You!"

Truth! Reporting in the journal Psychology of Well-Being the research team said those who took selfies and shared them with others had improved moods and increased confidence.

 

 Here are the four keys to creating a happy workplace, according to Halbesleben:

·         Meaningful work that contributes to the company's goals

·         Co-workers who enjoy working together

·         Real opportunities for growth

·         Time away from work

 

 

Today is National Good Neighbor Day

Survey: Ask your audience to call with their neighbor horror stories

Survey: Fill in the phrase: "I was shocked to learn that my neighbor __________________________.''

 

 

THE SURPRISING PROS AND CONS OF MARRYING EACH ZODIAC SIGN

 

(Self.com) Our favorite love astrologers tell all. Before you say "I do," it's good to know exactly what you're getting yourself into! So will the stars align for you and your hubby-to-be? For better or worse, here are the pros and cons of marrying each zodiac sign, according to two of our favorite love astrologers.

 

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Lucky for you, with an Aries, there will never be a dull moment, as they're fun loving, wild and exciting to be around, notes astrologer and psychic medium Suzie Kerr Wright. On the contrary, they tend to be set in their own ways and can also be a bit selfish and bossy too, points out astrologer Joan Porte.

 

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

The good news? He's loyal, hardworking and will be home every night at the same time, says Wright. "He's a solid upstanding guy that people can count on." Oh, and don't be surprised if he enjoys life's little luxuries as well. The downside? "He'll expect you to be just as devoted and reliable so free spirits need not apply." In other words, he can be a bit boring.

 

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This guy was born with the gift of gab, which can be both a good thing and a bad thing, according to Porte. "He's a great conversationalist, interesting and smart. However, he's always talking and may have a tough time listening to you in return." He likes variety and can be a commitment-phoebe.

 

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Everyone loves a big teddy bear and this guy is quite the nurturer! He's cuddly, loves his mother (well, in most cases... some of them hate their moms) and he understands your feelings too, tells Wright. As for cons, he has high expectations and wants you to be just like his mom. "He can also be moodier than you when you're PMS-ing!"

 

Leo (July 23-August 22)

There's never a dull moment with a Leo! He's a master entertainer, sparkling, dynamic and the life of the party always, says Porte. He's a blast to be around. But, as Wright points out, he can get pouty when he's not the center of attention and can be hot headed and extremely vain. "Make sure you have a double mirror in your bathroom when you live with a Leo or you'll never get to use it."

 

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

If you're into organization, especially when it comes to finances, then Virgo is definitely your man. He's dedicated, put together and really has his feet on the ground, notes Porte. Nevertheless, he can become a bit OCD about the whole organizing thing and be too ruled by routine. "He's extremely picky and may lack self-confidence." He is health-conscious and intelligent though, adds Wright.

 

Libra (September 23-October 22)

He's sociable, pleasant to be around, romantic and sweet, not just to you but to everyone he encounters, reveals Wright. On the flipside, Libras often can't make up their mind and are notorious players! "Be ready to fight off other women even if he's not an out and out cheater; he charms everyone."

 

Scorpio (October 23-November 21)

According to Wright, Scorpios are loyal, deeply passionate, straightforward and determined too. They're also amazing in bed, but you probably knew this already! Their downfalls? "They always seem to have a hidden agenda and can keep secrets almost too well. Their words can cut like a knife."

 

Sagittarius (November 22-December 21)

They're always up for adventure and are world travelers by nature, notes Porte. Sagittarius also has a lot going on upstairs and are intelligent dudes. Unfortunately, sometimes you just can't win with them, as they hate to lose arguments. "They can be know-it-alls and kind of tactless too."

 

Capricorn (December 22-January 19)

He's hard working and determined to succeed, making him a great provider at home, says Wright. "He's a very loyal sign, strong willed and independent as well." But he can be extremely stubborn, sometimes controlling and a bit detached emotionally so watch out for that.

 

Aquarius (January 20-February 18)

He's young at heart, always up for a good time (both in the bedroom and out of it), very innovative and always seeks out the special aspects of life, according to Porte. The cons? He's not all that dependable and can be somewhat rebellious. "He likes to shake things up just for the fun of it."

 

Pisces (February 19-March 20)

Pisces are sweet, excellent listeners, romantic and passionate. They give their hearts and souls, says Wright. However, this isn't always a great thing, as they can get taken advantage of. "They can also go extremely hot and cold in a heartbeat. You never know which 'fish' you'll get from day to day."

 

SOUNDS

Michael Jackson Covered By Computer ... Jackson's song 'Black and White' was played on 'The Floppotron', a collection of computer floppy drives.

 

Man Fumbles Proposal ... A New York Yankees fan botched his proposal last night at Yankee Stadium. The man was about to propose on the Jumbotron when he lost his engagement ring. Fans began looking for the ring. Someone found the ring and held it in the air before the man grabbed it, got down on one knee, and proposed. His girlfriend said YES

 

Today's Mindbender: "13% of college freshman have never done this. What is it?"

Answer: their own ironing.

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