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IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to NationalDayCalendar.com)
National Cream-Filled Chocolates Day
National Ferris Wheel Day
National Organ Donor Day
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Are you a ‘saver’ or a ‘spender’? New research shows men are more likely than women to rate their money-saving abilities as higher than average (55% vs. 39%). The survey of 2,000 American adults found that the average employed person saves about a quarter of their paycheck. One in 5 rates their ability to save money as “fair” or “poor.” Most hold their savings in a savings account (66%) or checking account (54%), while the least popular options include certificates of deposit (CDs) (38%) or an investment account that holds stocks and bonds (32%). The average person started saving money at around age 24…and say they would advise others to start even earlier.
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St. Valentine wasn't just one person. You may already know that Valentine's Day was named after its patron saint, St. Valentine — but there's actually some confusion surrounding which St. Valentine the holiday technically honors. It is said that, there are at least two men named Valentine that could've inspired the holiday, including one Valentine who was a priest in third century Rome. As the story goes, this Valentine defied Emperor Claudius II's ban on marriage (he thought it distracted young soldiers), illegally marrying couples in the spirit of love until he was caught and sentenced to death. Another legend suggests that Valentine was killed for attempting to help Christians escape prison in Rome, and that he actually sent the first "valentine" message himself while imprisoned, writing a letter signed "From your Valentine."
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The third installment in the “Magic Mike” series danced its way to the top of the box office over the weekend with a James Cameron double header, “Avatar: The Way of Water” and “Titanic” (yes that “Titanic”), close behind. “Magic Mike’s Last Dance” earned $8.2 million in its first weekend in North American theaters, according to studio estimates. Cameron’s “Avatar” sequel brought in an additional $6.9 million while the 25th anniversary re-release of “Titanic” took in $6.4 million.
Alec Baldwin is hitting back after being formally charged in the case of “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins’ fatal shooting. In a motion filed on Friday, he accuses the New Mexico District Attorney’s Office of making the “basic legal error” of charging him with a 5-year gun enhancement that did not apply at the time of the incident. Furthermore, Baldwin’s attorneys claimed that the current statute does not apply to his case because it requires “intent to intimidate or injure a person.”
“Uncoupled,” the romantic dramedy starring Neil Patrick Harris, has been revived by Showtime for Season 2 after being axed by Netflix last month. News of the move comes after it was announced Friday that “Ripley,” the highly anticipated drama starring Andrew Scott, is in the final stages of moving to Netflix. Also recently, the completed first season of “Three Women,” with Shailene Woodley, was being eyed for a pickup at Starz after Showtime pulled the plug.
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As result of Sunday’s Super Bowl 57, there were hundreds of winners who never even took to the field at State Farm Stadium. And we’re not talking about those who put down a successful bet on the game. Thanks to The Food Recovery Network, volunteers collected and donated a portion of the estimated 140,000 pounds of food and beverages that became available at various Super Bowl events. Using refrigerated trucks, FRN and other groups accumulated and stored some of the surplus food in an effort at addressing food waste at the big game. The project was born 3 years ago out of increasing levels of food insecurity across the US, exacerbated by the pandemic. The nonprofit estimated it would collect 3,000 pounds of food, the equivalent of 2,500 individual meals for the needy.
Some Waffle Houses will feature a special menu for Valentine’s Day, plus alcohol-free champagne, and cloth napkins.
An overdue book was returned to a Virginia library after nearly 43 years.
The 2023 list of “Cities with the Most Attractive Women”, has come out, and Manhattan came in first.
FACT FOR YOU:
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✓ 85% of Valentine’s Day Cards are bought by women.
✓ In 8 out of 10 music genres studied, “love” is the most commonly-used word. The exceptions: rap and heavy metal
✓ The famous aphrodisiac “Spanish Fly” is made from dried beetle remains.
✓ 85% of people tend to walk around in circles while talking on the phone.
✓ Almost all varieties of breakfast cereals are made of grass.
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Question: Perhaps surprisingly, 60% of people agree that couples should do THIS when out celebrating Valentine’s Day. What is it?
Answer: Split the bill
Question: 21% of couples say they’ll do THIS on Valentine’s Day. What is it? (Not the obvious…)
Answer: Watch a romantic movie
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A man in Singapore is suing a woman who refused to date him — claiming she caused him “emotional trauma” by telling him she wanted to be “just friends”. The man — identified as K. Kawshigan — threatened to sue Nora Tan when she rejected him, but put the lawsuit on hold after she agreed to attend counseling sessions with him, which she did for a year and a half. But she continued to reject his romantic advances and eventually cut contact with him, so he filed 2 lawsuits. One is asking for $2.3 million for allegedly causing “damage to his stellar reputation” and “trauma, depression and impacts” to his life. The second asks for $16,700 in damages for breaching an agreement to improve their relationship after she stopped attending counseling sessions.
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FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO NEVER MARRIED:
(Because today is also “Single Awareness Day” …)
☞ Oprah Winfrey: Though she and her partner, Stedman Graham, go back to 1986, she has said, “If we had married, we would not be together”.
☞ Jon Hamm: Even during his 18-year relationship with Jennifer Westfeldt, he said: “I don’t have the marriage chip.” They broke up in 2015.
☞ Ludwig van Beethoven: He was known for being shy and lonely, as well as short-tempered, greedy, and paranoid.
☞ Mindy Kaling: She has 2 kids, and neither of her children’s fathers’ identities have been revealed. Quote: “I don’t need anyone to take care of all my needs and desires. I can take care of them myself.”
☞ Ricky Gervais: He’s been in a relationship with his partner, Jane Fallon, since 1982, but the pair has no plans to marry. Quote: “We are married for all intents and purposes, everything’s shared, and actually our fake marriage has lasted longer than a real one.”
☞ Diane Keaton: She said: “I’m aware of the fact that I’m unusual in that regard, and maybe I did miss out on something—but then, nobody can have everything, right? I’m not unhappy.”
☞ The Wright Brothers: Neither of the notoriously shy pioneers of flight ever married. Wilbur Wright once said that he didn’t have time for a wife and an airplane.
☞ Leonardo DiCaprio: That’s probably for the best…
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