Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Today Is The Start Of Summer

Grillin and Chillin SEASON

172nd day of the year.

There are 193 days remaining until the end of the year

Today is Baby Boomers Recognition Day, Cuckoo Warning Day, Go Skateboarding Day, International Day of Yoga, International Surfing Day, National Daylight Appreciation Day, National Peaches and Cream Day, National Seashell Day, National Selfie Day, The First Day of Summer, The Longest Day, World Giraffe Day, World Handshake Day, World Music Day and World Peace and Prayer Day

Trending ...

- Today is National Selfie Day. OR PARIS HILTON DAY!!!


  • A Colorado group wants to ban the sale of smartphones to kids under 13.


  • The extreme heat in Phoenix this week has forced American Airlines to cancel dozens of flights over the past few days. Their jets can only operate safely up to 118-degrees.


- Tropical Storm Cindy has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to dump heavy rain on the Louisiana and Texas coastline

- The Daily Mirror claims Simon Cowell has donated $125,000 to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.

- claims The Mummy may lose as much as $95 million due to inflated production and marketing costs. The film's production and advertising costs total $345 million while its projected total revenue is $250 million.

- The NY Daily News claims Conor McGregor is training in front of a mural that shows him knocking Floyd Mayweather out

- Footwear News claims Tom Brady has taken up Tai Chi


Beyonce and Jay-Z's twins were born prematurely and are currently being treated for jaundice. The Daily Mail claims the twins are undergoing a phototherapy treatment, which is designed to eliminate high levels of bilirubin in their blood. (THEIR LITTLE UNDERDEVELOPED PANCREASES)


- The Impulsive Buy website claims limited edition Key Lime Pie Oreo cookies have hit store shelves again

- The Washington Post claims travelers left a record $867,800 in loose change at TSA checkpoints last year


SOMETHING TO RECORD TONIGHT:  Rihanna & Chris Brown Revealed On Reelz (Destined for super stardom, singers Rihanna and Chris Brown become star-crossed lovers whose romance ends in tragedy after Brown assaults Rihanna on the way home from a pre-Grammy party on Feb. 7, 2009.

  • Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are back on again.


  • The Minnesota Timberwolves announced a jersey patch deal with Fitbit, the first team to take advantage of the NBA's relaxed rules.


  • A Pennsylvania man was awarded $870,000 by a jury after doctors removed the wrong testicle


Selfie Trending...

- 40% of married women say their first wedding pic was a selfie (Wakefield Research)

- Cosmo magazine says some wedding planners are now selling bridal selfie sticks. The stick is covered in a shiny, silver metallic material while the grip features a plastic white flower

- The Business Report claims Nissan is developing a new car that will feature a selfie camera


Paris Hilton tells W magazine that she invented the selfie. HER 3RD BIGGEST CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD!!!! 


Three Types Of Selfie Takers

Scientists at Brigham Young University have identified the three main types of selfie takers.

Communicators take selfies to get their friends, family and followers talking.

Autobiographers take selfies to document the events in their lives.

Self-publicists take selfies to present themselves in a positive light.



Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski recently rang up a $100,000 tab at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Connecticut. He and 20 friends ordered 18 bottles of Ace of Spades champagne, 15 bottles of Dom, 16 bottles of Grey Goose, 24 shots of Jim Beam, 45 orders of Maker's Mark and 3 bottles of Don Julio


BroBible claims Rob Gronkowski gave a $100,000 check to the Boston Children's Hospital yesterday. He referenced his wild night out by captioning a hospital photo with: “This is where 100k + would go to before that. Don't always believe what you read. This is where 100k + would go to before that.'




Ice Cream Makeup: claims Ice Cream Makeup is trending. Women are allowing ice cream to melt on their face before shaping it into creative designs. They are also placing sprinkles on their eyebrows. Bits of cone and candy are being used as facial accessories. Some women are wearing waffle cones as hats.


Apple's First-Ever Computer Sells: Apple's first-ever personal computer, the Apple 1, was recently auctioned off for $355,000. The computer was built in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Today, the Apple brand is worth $170 billion



New Ken Dolls Released: People magazine claims Mattel has launched 15 new Ken dolls that feature different skin tones, body types and hair colors. The new Ken's have three body types - slim, broad and original. The dolls also have different skin tones ranging from light to dark, eight different hair colors, nine different hairstyles and scores of different fashion looks.



Summer Lovin'

A survey by, the dating site for married people, reveals that people, who marry in the Summer are more likely to cheat.

People, who marry in the Winter are the least likely to cheat.

“by looking at the data, it’s clear that wedding months have something to do with the predisposition to have an affair. June, July and August are the most expensive months for weddings and couples starting out their marriages with financial worries may be more apt to cheat down the road.”



Oprah Winfrey Talks National Selfie Day...

·        she is annoyed by fake holidays like "National Selfie Day."

·        doesn't like that selfies have replaced autograph.

·        a woman once asked to take a selfie with her while she was getting a mammogram


the world could face a coffee shortage because of how much java people drink.

Coffee expert Aaron Davis tells the network; “In Ethiopia and all over the world really, if we do nothing there will be less coffee, it will probably taste worse and will cost more."



Sick Day

The Globe and Mail newspaper reports that each summer, 39% of workers are stricken with Seasonal Absence Syndrome (SAS), i.e., calling in sick to enjoy a day off. Other findings:

- 55% of women have used company time to go tanning

- 20% of salespeople have ignored a call from their boss because they were swimming or tanning




a Mount Dora, Florida shoplifter recently got caught after running into a set of automatic sliding doors. A Mount Dora police officer was in Harbor Freight when clerks told him that a man had just placed a hammer down the front of his pants. The officer confronted the man before he removed the hammer and ran towards the front doors. Shannon Dugan faceplanted into the doors before they could open. He was charged with theft and arresting arrest.



Tight jeans may boost your confidence, but they can also make you lose your nerve literally. Hip-huggers can cause meralgia paresthetica, a serious affliction that triggers tingling, numbness and pain in the upper legs and if you continue to wear them, you might end up with permanent nerve damage. "It's a disorder that occurs when one of the nerves that runs down the other part of the thigh gets compressed,




A new study found that fluid loss for men in a 102-mile cycling event ranged from 1.3 to 3.3 gallons. So there's no blanket hydration advice. Instead, look for these signs of chronic dehydration, says Rob Pickels of the CU Sports Medicine and Performance Center:

Elevated pulse
If it's 15 to 20 beats per minute higher than usual, your heart is compensating for reduced blood volume by beating faster.

Swimming head
If you get dizzy standing up, blood isn't reaching your brain fast enough. Low blood volume is to blame.

Saggy skin
Pinch the skin on the back of your hand for a few seconds. If you're hydrated, it'll snap back immediately. If you're not, it'll be slower.



"Whole Foods Changing Name to PRIME Foods!"
Trash! The only thing they'd even consider is Whole Paycheck

"Fisherman Catch Two-Headed Porpoise and Throw it Back!"
Truth! Dutch fishermen discovered a two-headed harbor porpoise among their catch. However, believing it would be illegal to keep the deceased specimen, and much to the horror of scientists everywhere, they took four pictures of the creature then threw it back into the ocean. In all of recorded history there have been just nine recorded sightings of conjoined aquatic mammals.

"Steve Jobs Never Wanted the iPhone!"
Truth! A new book reveals that Jobs thought smartphones would only be popular with the "pocket protector crowd." After increasing pressure from employees, he finally gave in.



Today's Mindbender: "20% of cheaters hide their infidelity with this. What is it?"

Extra Clue: they have two of them

Extra Clue: phone or computer

Final Clue: small

Answer: sim card