Tuesday, February 20, 2018
51st day of the year.
There are 314 days remaining until the end of the year
There are 25 days remaining until St Patrick's Day
Today is Love Your Pet Day, National Cherry Pie Day, National Handcuff Day, National Student Volunteer Day and World Day of Social Justice
Today is National Handcuff Day
Tuesday's Birthday Cake
Kurt Cobain would have been 51
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber flew to Jamaica yesterdaybecause Justin's father Jeremy is getting married there.
Camila Cabello's headlining tour sold out in one day
- The NY Post claims Sly Stallone was the victim of a death hoax yesterday. He dispelled the rumors by tweeting: “Please ignore the stupidity. Alive and well and happy and healthy…Still punching!”
- People magazine claims Justin Theroux has canceled his appearance on ''The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'' tonight. No reason was given, but many assume it is because of his breakup with Jennifer Aniston
- The Wrap claims Kathy Griffin has offered to host the White House Correspondents Dinner for free if Donald Trump attends
- ABC claims General Mills is going to include a new marshmallow in its Lucky Charms cereal. The Magical Unicorn marshmallow will be featured on cereal boxes and is the first new marshmallow in 10 years
- WHAT DID YOU DO AT WORK? Yahoo News claims U.S. and Thailand Marines drank snake blood and ate scorpions yesterday as part of a military exercise in Asia. Troops from both countries will spend the next 10 days doing field training and other drills.
ESPN claims Austin Dillon and his crew celebrated their win at the Daytona 500 by getting butt tattoos that read ''champ.'
Charlie Puth Got Bullied In School Because He Didn't Fit In ... Charlie says he didn't play sports so the cool kids didn't like him. They thought he was a geek
SOUNDS: WHY DOES EERYONE WAKE UP FROM THE DENTIST THINKING DEY GANGSTAS!!
Woman Has Wisdom Teeth Removed; Thinks She Is In "Gangster's Paradise" ... Hayley recently had her wisdom teeth extracted as an adult. During recovery, she said she felt like she was in "Gangster's Paradise" with gold teeth.
$75K Margarita: Thursday is National Margarita Day. Cantina Laredo in London, England is celebrating the day with a $75,000 Margarita. The drink features two $3,500 tequilas and a $60,000 diamond floating on a flower. Security guards will escort buyers of the drink home.
Woman Impersonates Federal Agent In Order To Get Free Chick-fil-A: Law & Crime, citing the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, claims the Cobb County, Georgia police arrested Tara Solem for impersonating an officer. She went through a Chick-fil-A drive-thru and attempted to get free food by telling workers she was a federal agent. Tara argued and cursed at managers after they refused her request.
Tara's arrest warrant reads: “She stated that she was undercover and that for them asking her to be in uniform would blow her cover and possible get her killed.
88 Year-Old Takes On Five Thugs And Wins: Metro UK claims 88 year-old John Nixon recently fended off five knife-wielding thugs. The Londoner tells the paper that the men were accosting a young woman when he stepped in. ''My training kicked in. I landed a blow to his neck which rendered him semi-conscious. I disabled one but another one pulled out a knife so I had to try and deal with him too. I tried to disarm him and in the process I got stab wounds here, there and everywhere. There was a lot of blood. He wasn’t trained and it was more of a pocket knife. Luckily my wounds were shallow. I’ve been shot in the leg and even bitten by a snake, the venom lay dormant in my spine for years. I’ve been near death so many times that situation just doesn’t worry me. The woman ran off screaming but I hope she is okay.
HOW COPS HANDLE THE “LUNCHROOM FOOD THEFT”
Police Officer Busted For Stealing Cookies: Sky News claims Kingston, England police officer Thomas Hooper is in trouble for stealing a tin of cookies from a co-worker. The tin was in the police department kitchen when Hooper snatched it. He then lied about taking the cookies. Hooper said he intended to share the cookies with others.
His superiors reprimanded him and said the following during a hearing yesterday: "The appropriate authority's perspective is that it is not the value of what was taken, it is what was done. It shows clear evidence of misappropriation of property. The officer was aware it belonged to someone else and the officer has taken it."
Hooper may be charged with breaching professional standards
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Cow Facing Slaughter Makes a Swim for It!
Faced with her own imminent doom as slaughterhouse workers tried to load her on a truck at the Polish farm where she was raised, one precocious cow decided to make a run for it - or in this case, a swim for it. Reportedly, once she got away from the farmers, she ran into the nearby Lake Nysa in south Poland and appeared to dive underwater, before swimming over to an island, which has become her new home. Her farmer's weeklong efforts to get her back failed, and she even dodged local firefighters, swimming away to a peninsula. Her efforts have impressed many, including one local politician who says, "If all citizens could show such determination as this cow then Poland would be a much more prosperous country." He's promising to get her to "a safe place and, as a reward for her attitude, guarantee her a long-term retirement and natural death."
DOES 'BRAVO' MAKE STARS SIGN STD CLAUSES? - (02/20/2018)
Bravo has participants in its reality TV shows sign an “STD clause” promising not to sue the network if they get one of the many infections they list in the contract while filming, Page Six reports.
Insiders tell the paper that such provisions are actually the norm across all major networks, especially on dating shows.
AUDIO: PARIS NEW SONG
PARIS HILTON CHANNELS ‘AMERICAN BEAUTY’ IN TEASER FOR NEW SINGLE - (02/20/2018)
Paris Hilton channels American Beauty in a teaser for her first new single in nearly three years. The 36-year-old socialite promoted her song “I Need You” by posing nude in a bed of roses à la Mena Suvari in American Beauty, which opened in theaters in 1999.
AMAZ VID: Runaway horses sprint down middle of busy road https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2018/02/16/Runaway-horses-sprint-down-middle-of-busy-road/1991518812073/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter …
Two Kids Tried The "Tall-Man In A Trenchcoat" Trick To Get Into Black Panther:
SCHOOL SHOOTING SURVIVORS GOING TO FLORIDA CAPITAL TODAY: One hundred students from Florida's Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and teachers were killed in a school shooting last week, are going to the state capital in Tallahassee today (February 20th) for a rally to urge lawmakers to take action to prevent more of these massacres from taking place. They're hoping to put pressure on the Republican-controlled state Legislature to pass a package of gun control laws, which some of the GOP lawmakers said they'd consider.
TO LIVE INTO YOUR 90s DRINK SOME WINE OR BEER EACH NIGHT, GAIN A FEW POUNDS: Turns out the secret to a long life involves consuming more than just fruits, veggies, and water. University of California researchers tracked data on around 1,700 people who were in their nineties in 2003. They found modest drinking (two glasses of wine or beer per day) and carrying a few extra pounds (gaining five to ten pounds per decade) were both associated with longevity. Other findings: those who spent at least two hours per day on a hobby had a 21 percent lower risk of premature death, those who did between 15 and 45 minutes of moderate exercise a day had an 11 percent lower risk, and those who drank about two cups of coffee a day had a ten percent lower risk of premature death
STUDY: HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS CONTRIBUTE AS MUCH AIR POLLUTION AS CARS: It turns out products you use in your day-to-day life at home are really contributing to air pollution. These products include perfume, skin lotion, hair spray, deodorant, household cleaners, and lawn pesticides. Any product containing compounds refined from petroleum all release small amounts of smog-producing particles, called volatile organic compounds (VOCs), into the air. Combined, those VOCs equate to as much junk in the air as vehicle emissions create. Researcher Christopher Cappa with the University of California, Davis adds, “We can confidently say that emissions of these nontraditional sources will negatively impact urban air quality pretty much anywhere they are used in large quantities—that is pretty much any city around the U.S., Europe, or the world.”
Today's Mindbender: ''The average one of these is 60% shorter today than it was 10 years ago.. What is it?"
Extra Clue: two people
Extra Clue: not lovemaking
Final Clue: communication
Answer: phone call