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A family buys a new jar of mustard every 50 days.Women do take photos three times as much as men do, but 50 years ago, it was the opposite.In a poll of expectant moms, Nachos ranked as the most-craved.52% of women say that eating chocolate makes them happy.According to Travel Magazine, 21% of Americans would like to take their family on a vacation to the moon.72% of women say if a guy smokes, it's a huge turn off if he does it on a first date.On the list of words that are the same in ten different languages, "Taxi" is number one and "Amen" is number two.Almost 70% of us think college basketball coaches are overpaid.20% of parents say they are one of these? A stay-at-home parent.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

Saturday night at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, a very special night when Sir Paul McCartney performed and not only brought Joe Walsh along, but also introduced Ringo Starr for a couple of tunes together.
They figure that with Chick-fil-A being closed on Sundays, they lose 1 billion of business a year.
Pottery Barn is going to start selling a "Friends" furniture collection, featuring looks from the TV show.
Luxury retailer Barneys may be getting close to filing for bankruptcy.
A study says eating 300 fewer calories a day brings a health benefit.
Diane Keaton says she hasn't had a date in 35 years.
LeBron James will keep his number for another year because Nike has made too much merchandise featuring his 23.
Boxing legend Pernell Whitaker was killed Sunday night after he was hit by a car in Virginia Beach.
There is now a "Stranger Things" version of Monopoly.
22% of U.S. consumers have used a self-diagnosis app in past 12 months
Dwight "Doc" Gooden was arrested…

Music Calendar

In 1959 The Coasters record "Poison Ivy" in New York.
In 1963 The Beach Boys record "In My Room" and "Catch A Wave."
In 1966 Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker form Cream.
In 1966 "Summer in the City" by the Lovin' Spoonful enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1966 "Hanky Panky" by Tommy James & The Shondells hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks.
In 1969 Janis Joplin appears on TV's "The Dick Cavett Show."
In 1971 The Hollies begin recording "Long Cool Woman (In A Black Dress)" at the Air Studios in London.
In 1972 Smokey Robinson appears with the Miracles for the last time during a show in Washington, DC.
In 1973 Bob Dylan releases the soundtrack to "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid" which contained "Knockin' On Heaven's Door." Dylan also starred in the film with Kris Kristofferson.
In 1973 A David Bowie TV special airs on NBC.
In 1976 After 6 years, Loggins …

Today In History...

In 1212 The Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa ends Moslem power in Spain.
In 1439 The British government tries to stop an epidemic by passing a law against kissing.
In 1769 Father Serra founds Mission San Diego, the first mission in California.
In 1790 Congress establishes the District of Columbia as the seat of the U.S. government.
In 1861 The first major battle of the Civil War, Bull Run, is fought.
In 1862 David Farragut becomes the first rear admiral in the U.S. Navy.
In 1894 Black miners in Alabama are killed by striking white miners.
In 1918 Russia's Czar Nicholas II, his empress and their five children are executed by the Bolsheviks.
In 1927 Augusto Sandino declares war against U.S. occupation of Nicaragua.
In 1935 The first automatic parking meter is installed in Oklahoma City, OK.
In 1945 The U.S. explodes its first atomic bomb in the desert of Alamogordo, New Mexico.
In 1951 J.D. Salinger's "Catcher In The Rye" is published.
In 1956 The Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bai…

Born On This Day...

In 1723 English painter, Joshua Reynolds
In 1746 Astronomer, Giuseppe Piazzi (discovered the first asteroid-Ceres)
In 1821 Religious leader, Mary Baker Eddy (founded Christian Science)
In 1872 Norwegian explorer, Roald Amundsen (discovered of South Pole)
In 1887 Baseball player, "Shoeless" Joe Jackson (Cleveland, Chicago)
In 1888 Actor, Percy Kilbride (Pa Kettle-Ma & Pa Kettle movies)
In 1888 Physicist, Frits Zernike (phase-contrast microscope)
In 1896 Trygve Lie, first secretary-general of the U.N. (1946-52)
In 1903 Actress, Mary Philbin (Christine-Phantom of the Opera) [d: 5-7-93]
In 1907 Popcorn king, Orville Redenbacher [d: 9-19-95]
In 1907 Actress, Barbara Stanwyck (The Big Valley, Thorn Birds) [d: 1-21-90]
In 1911 Dancer/actress, Ginger Rogers (Kitty Foyle) [d: 4-25-95]
In 1915 Actor, Barnard Hughes (Mr. Merlin, Doc Hollywood, Blossom) [d: 7-11-06]
In 1917 Actor, William Bishop (Steve-It's a Great Life) [d: 10-3-59]
In 1920 Baseball player, Larry Jansen (New York Giants) [d:…

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