Show Notes for Tuesday, March 15, 2022

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March 15

National Everything You Think is Wrong Day

National Kansas Day

National Pears Helene Day

National Shoe the World Day

World Social Work Day

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According to a recent survey conducted by, 49 percent of Americans say their finances could use some spring cleaning. The survey polled a cross-section of 3,103 adults, aged 18 and over.

What are your main reasons for spring cleaning?
(choose 3 maximum) [top five responses]

To declutter (80 percent)

To avoid allergies/feel healthier (48 percent)

To feel happy (42 percent)

To reduce stress (39 percent)

To increase productivity (19 percent)

What are your biggest spring cleaning challenges?
(select all that apply) [top five responses]

Finding the time to clean (54 percent)

The physical effort needed to clean (48 percent)

Lack of personal motivation to clean (45 percent)

I don’t know where to start! (37 percent)

Getting everyone in my household to help clean (29 percent)

How much will you spend on cleaning/organizing necessities this year?

$11 to $50 (38 percent)

$51 to $100 (32 percent)

$101 to $200 (13 percent)

More than $201 (Nine percent)

Less than $10 (Eight percent)

Who is responsible for making the most mess in the home?
[top five responses]

Myself (31 percent)

My children (28 percent)

My spouse/significant other (20 percent)

My pet (10 percent)

My extended family/guests (Six percent)

Aside from your home, which other areas of your life could use some spring cleaning? (Select all that apply) [top five responses]

Finances (49 percent)

Social media accounts (36 percent)

Career (26 percent)

Family (25 percent)

Friendships (25 percent)

Do you use spring cleaning as a time to hit the reset button on your finances and start fresh (ex: budgeting, saving, etc.)?

No (64 percent)
Yes (36 percent)

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An 18-year-old in Minnesota is $1,800 richer thanks to an agreement he made with his mom, promising to stay off social media until he was an adult. Sivert Klefsaas was 12 when he made the deal with his mother, which she called the “18 for 18 Challenge”. On Facebook, Lorna Klefsaas shared a picture of her son, along with the phone and the check he earned, with the caption: “He turns 18 tomorrow. He will have $1800 in his pocket and new accounts on Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter!” Sivert said it wasn’t too hard growing up without social media, and his friends kept him up to date on any info or trends he might be missing. But once he turned 18, he immediately created new accounts. Quote: “It’s hilarious. I feel like I’m 80. I can’t seem to figure out social media. It’s pretty embarrassing.”


A third “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie is being developed, while a live-action series centering on the Idris Elba-voiced ‘Knuckles’ character is set for streaming service Paramount+. The first Sonic film came out in 2020 and earned $320 million at the box office, while the sequel introducing Elba’s Knuckles is set for release on April 8. Ben Schwartz will return as the voice of the iconic Sega videogame character, along with a supporting cast that includes Jim Carrey and James Marsden.

Seven-time Super Bowl Champion and recently retired football pro Tom Brady is making the leap from the gridiron to the silver screen. Brady is set to act in and produce “80 For Brady,” a road trip comedy for Paramount. 80 for Brady is inspired by the true story of 4 New England Patriots fans who take a lifechanging trip to the 2017 Super Bowl to see their hero Tom Brady play, and the chaos that ensues as they navigate the wilds of the biggest sporting event in the country. The film will also star Lily Tomlin, Jane Fonda, Rita Moreno and Sally Field.

Charlize Theron and costar Tom Hardy clashed bigtime while filming 2015’s “Mad Max: Fury Road”. Journalist Kyle Buchanan’s new book “Blood, Sweat & Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road” details the strained relationship between Theron and Hardy, which got so bad at one point that Theron requested “protection” from Hardy. Theron, who played ‘Imperator Furiosa’ in the film, claimed in the book that her costar was often late to set, including one day when he arrived over 3 hours after his 8 a.m. call time, sparking a discussion between the two that another person working on the movie says made it “clear that those two people hated each other.”

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You may have done some research into your family’s genealogy, but these people came up with a family FOREST! Researchers at the University of Oxford’s Big Data Institute have created the largest-ever family tree, linking more than 27 million people — both living and long dead – around the world. They say it is a major milestone in the journey toward mapping the entirety of human genetic relationships. They say they’ve come up with a genealogy for all of humanity, which allows them to see how every person’s genetic sequence relates to every other person’s. In simpler terms, the comprehensive tree, which is in the forms of both a research paper and a video, depicts how people around the world are interrelated, like an all-encompassing 23andMe. The family tree provides info about where and when our human ancestors lived – specifically Africa – and may even help predict who might be more susceptible to diseases such as COVID-19.

Disney announced plans last week to create numerous residential neighborhoods across the US, the first of which will break ground in Rancho Mirage, California this year. Featuring both condominiums and single-family homes, Disney plans to have a mixed-use district open to the public, with shopping, dining, entertainment, a hotel and a beach park. Some neighborhoods will be designated for residents 55 and older. Disney employees, called “cast members” by the company, will manage the properties and curate programming and experiences for residents. While Mickey Mouse won’t be found here, residents will find water recreation, cooking classes, and seminars on wellness and philanthropic projects. Residents would pay a homeowners association fee, as well as a voluntary club membership fee. Prices haven’t yet been announced.

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Bubble gum is pink because that was the only food dye available in the factory where it was first made.

Amazon’s largest warehouse is the size of 17 football fields.

Huh?” is understood in all languages.

Research has shown that dogs actually like the silly, high-pitched voice their owners use to talk to them.

Godzilla is an official citizen of Japan.

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Question: The majority of men say they hate shopping for THIS the most. What it is?

Answer: Furniture

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An Ohio teacher has been suspended after her alleged sex tape was AirDropped to 200 of her high school students. The raunchy footage — reportedly involving the unidentified teacher and her boyfriend — was stored on her cellphone and sent out to students at Ginn Academy in Cleveland on Feb. 7. A police report was subsequently filed by the school’s principal. The teacher reportedly admitted that she had the X-rated video stored on her personal cellphone, but said she did not AirDrop it to anyone. A cybersecurity expert told a local news outlet that it is possible the educator’s phone was hacked.

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These are the conditions that, according to the UK’s National Health Service, rank as “pain so disabling” that they can prevent you from performing daily tasks . . . (no particular order)

Frozen shoulder

Endometriosis (uterus affliction)


Cluster headaches/migrane

Broken bones

Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS – chronic arm or leg pain)

Heart attack

Slipped disc

Sickle cell disease (blood condition)



Kidney stones


Trigeminal neuralgia (a form of facial pain)

Acute pancreatitis


Stomach ulcer

Fibromyalgia (causes pain all over the body)

Pain after surgery

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Francois: “Do you know what kind of a bomb it was?”

Clouseau: “The exploding kind.”

Francois (André Maranne) and Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers), The Pink Panther Strikes Again

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