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WEIRD NEWS

Now That's a Tough Decision
In Jamestown, North Dakota, it took 69-year-old Myron Schlafman just moments to make what had to be the toughest decision of his life. Schlafman was using an electric meat mixer to make homemade sausage in his garage. As he removed a chunk of meat from the machine he accidentally stepped on the pedal that powered it, pulling his left arm into the device. He says the bone was severed but the hand remained attached via skin, nerves, and tissue-and that he believed he'd bleed to death if he didn't remove the hand above his wrist immediately. So he did! Schlafman said, "When I cut off my arm, I could feel my nerves jumping. If I would have hesitated, I would have stood right there and bled to death." He says a tourniquet applied by two responding officers further enabled him to survive. Doctors weren't able to reattach the hand so he'll ultimately be outfitted with a prosthetic one. His take on the situation is an amazingly optimist…

DID YOU KNOW?

25% of men get tired after 26 minutes of shopping.

Every year 2 million people in the U.S. are caught shoplifting.
33% of women would change their laugh.
The average couple only spends seven minutes a day being romantic. That can mean anything from saying nice things to each other or cuddling on the couch.
One out of three people has had a date ruined by talking politics.
67% of women have dumped a guy because he complained too much.
In a travel survey, 38% of adults (mostly women) say swimsuit shopping is the most stressful thing about going on vacation.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

A Colorado pot shop learned their lesson. So, when the latest smash-and-grab took place, all the thieves got away with was Oregano.

Rihanna's Hollywood Hills home has been broken into for the second time in the past couple of months.

The next season of "Jersey Shore" just got real interesting as JWoww is divorcing her husband, Roger Mathews TMZ has confirmed.

There's talk that Papa John is in talks to buy back his pizza chain.

Amazon opened a brick and mortar store in New York City yesterday.

Well, along with October come rumors of a stock market crash. One thing fueling that-executives selling their stocks at a record pace.

Katie Perry and Orlando Bloom seem to be back together.

Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum seem to be dating again, too.

The foot injury that forced Childish Gambino to cancel a show last weekend is now forcing him to postpone his tour for a while.

Bill Cosby will have access to a TV and tablet in prison.

Your risk for hearing loss can drop 30% if you eat a di…

TODAY IS

Hilary Duff is 31 and remains the only actress ever named after a beer on the Simpsons. Seems like she's been around so long, she should be 41. Did someone quit counting for a while?

Naomi Watts turns the big 5-0 today. It's an even bigger number when you're an actress. I believe that's 245 in actress years. Mira Sorvino turns 51 today. I've got a picture of her hanging up, just so I can wake up every morning and say, "Mira, Mira, on the wall."

Moon Unit Zappa turns 51 today. Wouldn't you think by this age, you might consider changing your name to... oh... anything else? Her big time was back in the days of the "Valley Girl." Totally, for sure.

Janeane Garofalo celebrates her 54th birthday today. She's so far to the left, when she makes a movie, they have to put her on the far right side of the camera just get her in the middle.

Former NFL player and congressman Steve Largent turns 64 today. During his hay day, he caught more passes than a g…

ON THIS DAY

On this date in 1066, William The Conqueror invaded England to claim the English throne. Up until that day, he was known as William the Wanna Be. But you already know by his name how the invasion went. Otherwise he would be known as William the Almost Pulled It Off.

In 1850, flogging was officially abolished as a form of punishment in the U.S. Navy.
We really need to talk with our boss about one of those bans.
Oh, so that's why the boss always says "This ain't the Navy" before our weekly floggings.
Some day, I hope our company will adopt that standard.
That was the inspiration for the old cliche, "If you can't beat 'em, don't."

On this date in 1858 Donati's comet became the first comet to be photographed. Some said it would become famous, while others wrote it off as just a passing star...

In 1892, the very first nighttime football game takes place, in Mansfield, PA, between Mansfield University and Wyoming Seminary. If only they had lights. They t…

Music Calendar...

In 1928 In Nashville's first commercial recording session, the Binkley
           Brothers record "Dixie Clodhoppers" for Victor Records.
   In 1963 New York disc jockey Murray The K plays "She Loves You" by the
           Beatles. It is believed to be the first time a Beatles' song was
           ever played in the U.S.
   In 1968 Jeannie C. Reily sings "Harper Valley PTA" on TV's "Hollywood
           Palace."
   In 1968 Janis Joplin announces plans to leave Big Brother & The Holding
           Company.
   In 1968 Pete Townshend of the Who appears on the cover of Rolling Stone.
   In 1968 The Moody Blues' LP "Days Of Future Past" debuts on the U.S. albums
           chart.
   In 1968 "Hey Jude" by the Beatles hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and
           stayed there for 9 weeks.
   In 1972 David Bowie sells out his first U.S. show at New York's Carnegie
           Hall.
   In 1973 The Rolling S…

Today In History...

In 1066 William The Conquerer invades England to claim the English throne. In 1542 Portuguese navigator Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo discovers California at what is now San Diego. In 1781 American forces in the Revolutionary War, backed by a French fleet, begin their siege of Yorktown Heights, Virginia. In 1787 Congress votes to send the just-completed Constitution of the United States to state legislatures for their approval. In 1850 Flogging is abolished as a form of punishment in the U.S. Navy. In 1858 Donati's comet is the first to be photographed. In 1892 The first nighttime football game takes place, in Mansfield, PA, between Mansfield University and Wyoming Seminary. In 1920 Eight members of the Chicago White Sox are indicted for allegedly throwing the 1919 World Series against the Cincinnati Reds in what becomes known as the "Black Sox" scandal. In 1924 Two U.S. Army planes la…

Born On This Day...

In 1807 Geologist/geographer, Arnold Henry Guyot
   In 1839 Frances Willard, founded Women's Christian Temperance Union
   In 1841 French statesman, Georges Clemenceau (Treaty of Versailles)
   In 1852 French chemist, Henri Moissan (isolated fluorine)
   In 1856 Author, Kate Douglas Wiggins (founded free kindergarten)
   In 1888 Author, Herman McNeile (created English detective Bull-Dog Drummond)
   In 1889 Country singer, D.P. "Dad" Carter (Chuck Wagon Gang)
   In 1895 Architect, Wallace K. Harrison (Lincoln Center)
   In 1901 CBS Founder, William S. Paley [d: 10-26-90]
   In 1902 Variety show host/columnist, Ed Sullivan [d: 10-13-74]
   In 1905 Heavyweight boxing champ, Max Schmeling (1930-32) [d: 2-2-05]
   In 1907 Animator, Arthur Babbitt (Goofy, Snow White, Mr. Magoo) [d: 3-4-92]
   In 1907 Football player, Glen "Turk" Edwards (Redskins) [d: 1-12-73]
   In 1909 Cartoonist, Al Capp ("Li'l Abner") [d: 11-5-79]
   In 1911 Tennis player/golfer…

Music Calendar...

In 1855 George F. Bristow's "Rip Van Winkle," the second American grand opera, opens at Niblo's Garden in New York City. In 1942 Glenn Miller and his Orchestra performed together for the last time at the Central Theatre in Passaic, NJ, prior to Miller's entry into the U.S. Army. In 1943 The Andrew Sisters and the Vic Schoen Orchestra record "Pistol Packin' Mama" and "Jingle Bells." In 1962 Then a Detroit secretary, Martha Reeves records "I'll Have to Let Him Go" with The Vandellas. In 1964 The Beach Boys make their first appearance on the "Ed Sullivan Show," singing "I Get Around." In 1966 Tommy Roe appears on TV's "Where The Action Is." In 1968 The Jackson Five opens for Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight at a concert in Gary, Indiana. In 1969 "Wedding Bell Blues" by the Fifth Dimensio…

Today In History...

In 1777 General George Washington is defeated by the British in the Battle of Germantown. In 1779 John Adams is named to negotiate the Revolutionary War's peace terms with Britain. In 1825 The first locomotive to haul a passenger train is operated by George Stephenson in England. In 1854 The first great disaster involving an Atlantic Ocean liner occurs In 1892 Book matches are patented. In 1919 The Democratic National Committee votes to admit women. In 1923 Yankee great Lou Gehrig hits his first homerun. In 1928 The U.S. announces that it will recognize the Nationalist Chinese government. In 1938 The ocean liner "Queen Elizabeth" is launched at Glasgow. In 1939 Warsaw, Poland, surrenders after weeks of resistance to invading forces from Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union during World War II. In 1954 "Tonight!" (The Tonight Show) with Steve Allen premieres on NBC-TV. In 195…

Born On This Day...

In 1601 Louis XIII, king of France (1610-43) In 1722 Statesman, Samuel Adams (signed the Declaration of Independence) In 1792 English illustrator, George Cruikshank (for Charles Dickens) In 1840 Political cartoonist, Thomas Nast In 1842 Businessman, Henry Alden Sherwin (Sherwin-Williams paint) In 1875 Italian novelist, Grazia Deledda In 1885 Magician/illusionist, Harry Blackstone Sr. In 1887 Businessman, James Dole (first Hawaiian pineapple canner) In 1896 Senator, Sam Ervin (Watergate Committee chairman) In 1898 Composer, Vincent Youmans (Tea For Two) In 1920 Actor, William Conrad (Cannon, Jake and the Fatman) [d: 2-11-94] In 1922 Singer, Raymond Edwards (The Silhouettes) [d: 1997] In 1922 Film director, Arthur Penn (Miracle Worker, Bonnie & Clyde) [d: 9-28-10] In 1923 Actress/singer, Mary McCarty (Starch-Trapper John, MD) [d: 4-3-80] In 1924 Jazz pianist, Earl "Bud" Powell [d: 8-1-66] In 1926 Actress, Jayne Meadows (I'…

WEIRD NEWS

Ouch!

Over in Delhi, India, a husband has been left unable to speak after his enraged eight-month pregnant wife bit off his tongue when he tried kissing her during an argument. The 22-year-old man had to be rushed to the hospital and treated for heavy bleeding. The wife was subsequently arrested after telling police that she was unhappy with her married life as well as her husband's unattractive looks, so she couldn't control her rage anymore. The victim's mother claims they couple had been fighting for the last year. They had been married for two years, during which time they often quarreled, pretty much over everything. It's not clear who called the police, as the young man is still unable to speak due to his injury. In fact, he had to give the police a written statement. As for the eight-month pregnant woman, she remains in police custody and stands accused of "causing grievous hurt by dangerous weapons or means". (Oddity Central)

The President's Ride

DID YOU KNOW?

A new survey found 47% of women say they struggle with picking out what to wear to work most days.
63% of people who like to vacation in the winter, said the boss calling would absolutely ruin their vacation.
A recent survey says the best time to interview for a job is between 9-11am.
25% of people spend more time sitting in the sauna or hot tub at the gym than exercising.
47% of men have accidentally said "I love you" with a new girlfriend.
It's twice as likely that you'll complain in the afternoon at work, than it is in the morning.
Women pride themselves in the unique skill of having a sixth sense.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

A new study claims that one in nine people are living in the U.S. illegally.

"NBC Nightly News" declined in ratings during the 2017-18 TV season, suffering its lowest-rated September-to-September year ever. However, it still beat ABC's "World News Tonight with David Muir."
A new survey says that Rhode Island is the most "sex crazed" state in the union.
Actress Ellen Pompeo hinted that two years from now she may leave "Grey's Anatomy."
Rosie O'Donnell may take over for Julie Chen on "The Talk."
New research shows more than one-fourth, or 28%, of U.S. broadband households own a smart speaker with voice assistant.
Paul John Vasquez from "Sons of Anarchy" has died of an apparent heart attack at age 48.
Britney Spears and Kevin Federline have reached a child support agreement. He was asking her for $60,000 a month in child support.
Shia LaBeouf and Mia Goth have filed for divorce. They made it two years.
Rapper Lil Xan…

TODAY IS

Less than 90 days until Christmas. 34 until Halloween.

Avril Lavigne is 34. 0-for-2 in the marriage department.

Lil' Wayne is a big 36. And still Lil'... Once again, he'll get mad at his party, because his friends all get him the same thing: Lil' gifts. He plans to party tonight at the Lil Chucky Cheese down the street. His real name: Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr.

Gwyneth Paltrow turns 46 today. It's been two years since she and Chris Martin "uncoupled." Lately, she's been seen in the company of millionaire playboy Tony Stark.

Shaun Cassidy turns the big 6-0 today. There was a time he was a teen heart throb. Now, he keeps getting checked for a throbbing heart.

Former 'Entertainment Tonight' host Robb Weller turns 69 today. He's one of the people claiming he invented "the wave." You know, when the crowd cheers in a rolling pattern at a game. Says he got it going at the University of Washington. Go to "Wave (audience)" for t…

ON THIS DAY

On this date in 1777, General George Washington is defeated by the British in the Battle of Germantown. Ironically, on that very same day, General George British was defeated by the Germans in Washington.

In 1871, a patent was granted for cement, one of the more concrete ideas of its time. The inventor was later convicted of first-degree mortar. Okay, I'm done.

On this date in 1892, a patent was granted for book matches.
Although, some preferred to wait until the movie came out. That is, once movies were invented.
Back then, a Kindle was what you did to a fire which you started with book matches.
Perfect for anyone who wanted to burn their books.
The critics called the book, "striking."
Ironically, the guy who invented matches was quite a hot head.

On this date in 1919, the Democratic National Committee voted to admit women. Actually, Democrats had allowed them in before, but only through the back door.

In 1928, the U.S. announced it would recognize the Nationalist Chinese govern…

WEIRD NEWS

Most Terrifying Statistic of the Day
Get ready to have your mind blown by the latest FBI statistic: If you murder someone in America, there's a nearly 40 percent chance you'll get away with it. Yep - and f you severely assault someone, there's a 50 percent chance. And if you commit any other crime, there's a good chance you'll get away with that, too. A new report by the Federal Bureu of Investigation shows the clearance rate for cases the FBI is trying to solve and the numbers are bad across the board. For murder, the clearance rate is 61.6 percent. For aggravated assault, it's 53.3 percent. For rape, 34.5 percent. For property crimes, it drops below 20 percent. In short, police aren't making arrests for the majority of crimes in this country. It gets worse. In some communities, the clearance rates are even lower. In some of the worst-off communities the clearance rate for murders and nonfatal shootings can fall all the way down to single digits. At least t…

DID YOU KNOW?

A study found that you spend 377 hours a year preparing meals by making breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. (62 hours making breakfast. 94 hours making lunch. 213 hours making dinner. And eight hours making snacks.)

When it comes to driving, women are better at using turn signals than men.
40% of people consider pizza the top "cheat" meal while trying to lose weight.
30% of people in a survey said they would give up dessert for a year to have a nice smile.
20% of women in a recent survey said if they're being honest, they will admit, they have prayed before stepping on a scale.
56% of brides won't book a wedding venue unless it has good Wi-Fi.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Automakers are said to be getting closer to the point where you'll be starting your car with your fingerprint.

Bill Cosby was sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual assault.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce said Bill Cosby's star won't be removed because it "does not remove stars from the Walk of Fame" because they "are intended to be permanent."

An 897-square-foot home is for sale in Palo Alto, California, for $2.59 million.

Starting in January, Dunkin' Donuts is dropping the word Donuts from its name.

A new study by researchers with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and several universities and science centers has pinpointed the causes of Earth's imperfect spin, or wobbling called "polar motion," and they found that humans are contributing to it.

Johnny Galecki will appear on "The Conners" and Juliette Lewis will play his girlfriend.

And Weight Watchers is changing their name to....WW!

The divorce rate has actually gon…

TODAY IS

Three months from today, we'll be hitting the After Christmas sales. Just sayin'...

Serena Williams turns 37 today and is arguing with the line judge about it.
She's a tennis legend. In fact, she's scored more Grand Slams than John Goodman on Denny's All-You-Can-Eat Wednesdays.
She's part of one of the most amazing sister acts since "White Christmas!"
They try to keep her away from the cake after she's blown out the candles.
One year she served it and there was cake everywhere.

Shawn Stockman of Boys to Men is 46 and definitely more closer to men, than boys. Wait, that didn't sound right.

Jim Caviezel ("Person of Interest") turns the big 5-0 today. He's the one in the song: "All around the mulberry bush, the monkey chased Caviezel..."

Linda Hamilton, from "Terminator" and "Terminator 2," will be back in the next "Terminator" movie with Arnold. Oh, and she's 62 today with most of her original pa…

ON THIS DAY

Johnny Appleseed was born on this date in 1774. Johnny, of course, gained his fame by traveling all over the country, scattering his seed. Born John Chapman, Appleseed was considered an American pioneer and legend who planted apple seeds in the Ohio River valley area (Ohio, Indiana, Illinois). Perfect day to give away an Apple iPhone.

On this date in 1777, British troops began occupying Philadelphia during the American Revolution. They eventually left because the home town fans were so rude. The Eagles later beat the Old England Patriots in a close one, 21-20.

In 1789, Thomas Jefferson was named our country's first Secretary of State and said he couldn't wait for his first "Secretary's Day." He was the John Kerry of his time.

On this date in 1871, David O. Saylor patented cement for concrete.
You'd think concrete would be strong enough that it wouldn't need cement.
Needless to say, it was a concrete idea.
The inventor wrote his name on the patent with his finge…

WEIRD NEWS

Of Course Abe Lincoln Owned This Hat! Sure He Did! 
It could be a $6.5 million hat- or not. It seems the crown jewel of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library, Lincoln's stovepipe hat, one of just three thought to still exist, may just be an old hat. Two reports found insufficient evidence to tie it to Lincoln. One was a 2013 report penned by top curators with the Smithsonian National Museum of American History and Chicago History Museum who sought to establish its historical provenance: The Springfield, Ill., museum had maintained that Lincoln gave the hat to an Illinois farmer in 1858, though a century later a descendant said the hat was given in 1861 during a visit to DC. The report found "the current documentation is insufficient" to support either story and suggested the museum "soften its claims" or even try to return the hat. That may be tough to do. It was acquired in 2007 as part of a mammoth $25 million purchase of Lincoln items by the Abraham Lincol…

DID YOU KNOW?

LinkedIn has found that the average person changes jobs four times before they turn 32.In a Parenting.com survey, 66% of parents say 13 years old is a good age to start staying home alone.People are turing grey five years sooner than 40 years ago.Less than 2% of guys know how to properly fold a dinner napkin.Retail studies show that people who are born leaders are the biggest buyers of athletic shoes.According to a recent study, you'll argue less with your partner if you dim the lights.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

A deluxe 50th-anniversary edition of The Beatles 1968 self-titled double-album known as "The White Album" will be released on November 9. The set features the record's original 30 tracks, newly mixed by producer Giles Martin and mix engineer Sam Okell in stereo and in 5.1 surround audio, as well as an additional 27-seven early acoustic demos and 50 session outtakes, most of which have never been released.

Hollywood producer Gary Kurtz has died following a year-long battle with cancer. Kurtz was a key collaborator with George Lucas in his early filmmaking career, with Kurtz producing American Graffiti, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back. Kurtz was 78.

It was nice to see Tiger Woods win on Sunday at the PGA Tour Championship.

Carrie Underwood is the first female country artist to have four number one albums at the top of the all-genre charts with "Cry "Pretty, according to Billboard.

Several major Game of Thrones sets in…

One Hit Wonder Day --

"In the Year 2525" - Zager & Evans (1969)"Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" - Steam (1969)"Venus" - Shocking Blue (1970)"The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" - Vicki Lawrence (1973)"Brother Louie" - Stories (1973)"Seasons in the Sun" - Terry Jacks (1974)"TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)" - MFSB (1974)"The Night Chicago Died" - Paper Lace (1974)"I Can Help" - Billy Swan (1974)"Kung Fu Fighting" - Carl Douglas (1974)"Loving You" - Minnie Riperton (1975)"The Hustle" - Van McCoy (1975)"Welcome Back" - John Sebastian (1976)"Afternoon Delight" - Starland Vocal Band (1976)"Play that Funky Music" - Wild Cherry (1976)"A Fifth of Beethoven" - Walter Murphy & The Big Apple Band (1976)"Disco Duck" - Rick Dees & his Cast of Idiots (1976)"Don't Give Up on Us" - David Soul (1977)"Gonna Fly Now (Them…

TODAY IS

Christmas is three months from today. Just sayin'...

Donald Glover turns 35 today. So does Childish Gambino. What a coincidence!

Catherine Zeta-Jones turns 49 today. Does it matter? Her husband, Michael Douglas, also has a birthday today -- he's 74. A 25-year difference. We're willing to wait for her.

Will Smith turns the big 5-0 today. He's still a prince, just not as fresh. Everyone please look at the memory eraser. (flash) Thank you. Hey, isn't Will Smith's birthday coming up?

Scottie Pippen celebrates birthday number 53 from the 3-point range. Still hittin' 'em. He was part of that magical Chicago Bulls era with Michael Jordan and Dennis Rodman. He was vice-Michael Jordan.

Heather Locklear's birthday is today. She turns 57. With any luck, she won't get arrested. Her ex's include Richie Sambora and Tommy Lee. Those are the only ones... so far as we know.

Mark Hamill turns 67 today. Don't remind him how old he is. It really makes him C…

ON THIS DAY

On this date in 1493, Christopher Columbus set sail from Cadiz, Spain, with a flotilla of 17 ships on his second voyage to the Western Hemisphere.

The second time around, it wasn't as exciting. And they also didn't write a poem about it.
His mission -- to hopefully track down what happened to his luggage on the first trip.
This time, he made sure he got a cabin with a balcony.
It wasn't nearly as good as the first. Columbus blamed the director.
In 1513, Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean. When you discover anything that big, is it really a big deal? It's not like the next person that came along wouldn't have seen it.

On this date in 1690, one of the earliest American newspapers, Publick Occurrences, published its only issue in Boston. Why just one issue? Their newspaper boy delivered all 34 copies of the paper on the roofs of the subscribers.

On this date in 1882, the very first major league baseball double header was played between Providence and Worcester.

Provi…

LOVE IN A DIGITAL WORLD

How soon in a relationship a couple has sex is a very personal decision, but 80% of women and 58% of men say Facebook, texting and other social media tools that help people stay connected lead to earlier first-time sex. That's the word from a survey by Shape and Men's Fitness magazines.

Texting is the number one way lovers keep in touch with one another.

Men text their lover 39% more frequently than phone, while women text 150% more often.

Before the first date, 70% of women and 63% of men use Google and other online search tools for background screening.

65% said they have been asked out on a date via text.

49% said they have been asked out on a date through a Facebook message.

Once a couple clicks, 72% of women say they have looked up their boyfriend's ex-girlfriends on Facebook.

When a couple is having sex and a call or text message is received, 5% of respondents say they glance to see who it is and 1% stop to answer.

Call it digital dumping. 43% of women and 27% of men say the…

MAKE A KICK-ASS FIRST IMPRESSION

You'll stand out from the crowd with Cosmopolitan's smart moves.

Shake hands like a pro.

"Many women wait for the other person to extend his or her hand, but reaching out first puts you in control immediately, says Marjorie Brody, founder of Brody Communications, an executive coaching and training firm in Philadelphia.

Groom these key spots.

"Your shoes, hair, and nails are the things people notice first," says Brody. It may not seem like a big deal to have a chipped nail or worn-out pumps, but these things suggest that you're sloppy and not detail-oriented.

Establish eye contact.

"Introductions make many people nervous, and looking away or down is a common reaction," Brody explains. "But eye contact demonstrates that you're comfortable, interested, and engaged."

Show you're prepared.

"Do some research on the person's company," suggests Brody. Mentioning a tidbit like their new CEO in the first five minutes lets them know yo…

WOULD YOU RATHER?

Would you rather never be able to drink sodas like Dr. Pepper again or only be able to drink sodas and nothing else?

Would you rather have amazingly fast typing/texting speed or be able to read ridiculously fast?

Would you rather know the history of every object you touched or be able to talk to animals?

Would you rather have constantly dry eyes or a constant runny nose?

Would you rather be a famous director or a famous actor?

Would you rather not be able to open any closed doors (locked or unlocked) or not be able to close any open doors?

Would you rather give up all drinks except for water or give up eating anything that was cooked in an oven?

Would you rather take amazing selfies but all of your other pictures are horrible or take breathtaking photographs of anything but yourself?

Would you rather use a push lawn mower with a bar that is far too high or far too low?

Would you rather be able to dodge anything no matter how fast it's moving or be able ask any three questions and have them…

YES OR B.S.

Canada is an Indian word meaning "Big Village." (Yes)

You are more likely to be a target for mosquitoes to bite after eating bananas. (Yes)

12 inches of snow equals one inch of rain. (B.S., ten inches of snow equals one inch of rain)

Coca Cola is the most popular beverage in the world. (B.S., it's coffee with over 400 billion cups being consumed each year)

Clinophobia is the fear of Hilary Clinton. (B.S., It's the fear of beds)

In poker, a Dead Man's Hand is two pairs of aces and eights. (Yes, it's what Wild Bill Hickok was holding when he was killed while playing poker)

Europe is the only continent without a desert. (Yes)

The Osmonds made their debut at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in 1961. (B.S., it was at Disneyland)

The ZIP code for Newton Falls, Ohio, is the only ZIP code using only one digit. (Yes, it's 44444)

The most watched film in history is "Gone With the Wind." (B.S., it's "The Wizard of Oz." So far, over a billion have seen…

WEIRD NEWS

Yes We Have No Bananas... Hey Wait a Minute!

A Facebook post from the Texas Department of Justice reads: "Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Sometimes, it gives you bananas. And sometimes, it gives you something you'd never expect!" They would be referencing an unexpected "treasure" found in the middle of a donation of 45 boxes of bananas that were given to the department on account of being already ripe. However, the officers who picked up the shipment noticed something odd and began inspecting the two pallets. That's when they found 540 packages of a "white powdery substance" tucked amid the bananas; that substance was later confirmed to be about $18 million worth of cocaine. The boxes came from Ports of America in Freeport. If it's yours, you should be hearing from the Drug Enforcement Administration and US Customs and Border Protection anytime now as they are both investigating. (Newser)

Selfie Death... Again!

How many times is this going to h…