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Staying in is apparently the new going out! According to a new survey of adults, apparently, we don’t feel like doing anything on the weekend. 71% of us say we like it when plans are canceled so we can just stay in. 3 in 4 of those surveyed agree there’s nothing better than having no plans for the weekend. While the large majority (69%) of the 2,000 Americans surveyed prefer to stay home on weeknights, 38% percent say they also like to be homebodies on Saturdays and Sundays. According to the OnePoll study, 80% would prefer to have a night in with friends on the weekend, rather than go out on the town. And what is the perfect night-in on a weeknight? Binge-watching TV is best (53%), followed by reading a book (32%), and going for a nice walk (30%).
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For many, any movie that lasts more than 2 hours is TOO LONG. Those people should definitely not check out “Logistics”. Clocking in at a total of 35 days and 17 hours, the 2012 Swedish experimental film is by far the longest movie ever made. It started with the question posed by filmmakers Erika Magnusson and Daniel Andersson: Where do all the gadgets come from? They attempted to answer that question by following the life cycle of a pedometer. The story begins at a store in Stockholm, where the item is sold, then moves backwards to chronicle its journey to consumers. Logistics takes viewers on a truck, a freight train, a massive container ship, and finally to a factory in China. The trip unfolds in real time. And yes, at 857 hours, it’s the longest film ever made. It has a solid 6.2/10 rating on IMDb.
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Michael Cera has become a dad – but we might never have heard about it if not for Amy Schumer. The baby news was accidentally revealed on Friday when “Life & Beth” co-stars Cera and Schumer conducted a joint interview with Entertainment Tonight. She spoke about passing down lessons to her 2-year-old son Gene, and said: “Michael has a baby, too. Is that public knowledge?…I just outed him, I just outed his baby.” Cera did not reveal additional details about his child, including the mother’s identity.
As the final episodes of the miniseries based on her marriage to Tommy Lee, “Pam & Tommy”, air this month, Pamela Anderson is taking control of how her story is told — thanks to an upcoming documentary on Netflix. She announced the project on social media by posting a picture of a note — handwritten on Netflix letterhead and sealed with a lipstick kiss, saying: “My life/ A thousand imperfections/ A million misperceptions/ Wicked, wild and lost/ Nothing to live up to /I can only surprise you /Not a victim, but a survivor /And alive to tell the real story.” While the doc has been in the works for a few years, the announcement is well-timed as the Hulu series draws to a close. No release date yet.
Pete Davidson could be taking a journey to the final frontier. People reports the “Saturday Night Live” star is in talks to visit space with Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin company. There are only a handful of celebs who have flown with the spaceflight company. “Star Trek” legend William Shatner made the journey in October, and “Good Morning America” anchor and former NFL star Michael Strahan flew in December.
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According to a team of economists, your credit score isn’t just a good indicator of how stable you are as a borrower — it can also predict how long you’ll live. Researchers from the Universities of California and Geneva analyzed the credit data for of more than 2 million people. Next, they created a computer algorithm to delve into other elements of their credit report — like whether a sudden, significant change in credit score — is linked to mortality. They found that it absolutely is – in 2 main ways. The first is in how people spend money near the end of their lives. Someone who just received a terminal diagnosis, for example, will spend in very different ways than a few months previous. He might rack up medical debt or, max out his credit cards on exotic vacations or experiences. The second connection is less direct. People who experience economic strains, like a sudden job loss, are more likely to take on debt, lose access to health care resources, and experience mental health crises. This leads to financial problems that can shorten a person’s life in the long run. And that shows up in their credit data. The good news? Having a low credit score doesn’t necessarily mean you’re more likely to die young. The researchers say this data could help a company develop services that flag certain people as a candidate for targeted financial help, or a subsidized health insurance plan.
FACT FOR YOU:
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Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made of stone.
The first Fords had engines made by Dodge.
Studies show that when people fall in love, they lose an average of 2 close friends.
A London company replants your live Christmas tree each year and returns that same tree the next season. When it hits 7 feet it “retires” and gets planted in a forest.
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Question: The top 2 foods that even the pickiest eaters will eat are WHAT?
Answer: French fries and mac n’ cheese
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A California company has unveiled a vending machine that uses robotics to have a pizza hot n’ ready for you in just 3 minutes. Piestro’s pizza machine builds pies to the specifications of customers, who are able to select their favorite crust, sauce, cheese and toppings. The machine has a large window so customers can watch their pizza being built, before it is transferred into a special oven that cooks it in 2 minutes. The entire process takes about 3 minutes. While the company has no plans to make its own pizzas, several pizza brands are now placing pre-orders for the $100,000 machine, in order to sell their products in more places.
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THINGS MY CHILDHOOD TAUGHT ME:
• When parents say “maybe,” they absolutely mean “no”.
• Mom knows everything. All of it. She sees it. She knows it. Mom knows.
• No one from any boy band will ever marry you. Ever. No matter how many posters of them you have on your wall.
• Pants aren’t always necessary.
• There’s no such thing as too much eyeliner.
• MTV is for music. (Hmmm…)
• Some of us eventually grow out of our weirdness.
• To a 7-year-old, Saturday morning cartoons are as close to heaven as you can get.
• Never mess with a big sister.
• Haircuts are temporary, but pictures are forever.
• Only I can prevent forest fires. And that’s a whole lot of pressure to put on a kid.
really should have enjoyed naps a whole lot more!
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