Show Notes for Tuesday, May 09, 2023

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May 09

National Home Front Heroes Day

National Alphabet Magnet Day

Europe Day

National Sleepover Day

National Butterscotch Brownie Day

National Moscato Day

National Lost Sock Memorial Day

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Recent stats show that Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers.

The bad news is this: new research has confirmed that stress actually ages the body. The good news: It only takes a few days to recover. Scientists at Duke University School of Medicine found that the biological age of humans and mice rapidly increases in response to various forms of stress, such as surgery, major illness, childbirth and severe COVID-19. The researchers used “DNA methylation clocks” to measure changes in biological age in humans and mice in response to various stressful stimuli. Their results revealed that biological age may increase over relatively short time periods in response to stress but trends back towards its original level following stress recovery. The researchers feel that “reducing biological age and the ability to recover from stress may be crucial determinants of successful aging and longevity.”

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Giving table scraps to your puppy might be good for its tummy, says a new report. Chronic enteropathy (CE), the name for gastrointestinal disorders lasting 3 weeks or longer, is a common problem in older dogs. But a study published in Scientific Reports has found that diet at a younger age may play a role in these problems in later life. The team concluded that “giving the dog human meal leftovers and table scraps during puppyhood (2–6 months) and adolescence (6–18 months) were protective against CE later in life.”

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Kim Kardashian has spent years doing reality TV, but she’d be willing to give it all up to work as a lawyer. The SKIMS founder has been studying to become a lawyer, with her journey being filmed on camera for “Keeping Up With the Kardashians”. Speaking at the TIME100 Summit in New York, Kardashian said when asked if she’d ever want to take a step back and live life not in front of a camera: “I would be just as happy being an attorney full time.” Kardashian, who has worked to get those in prison for nonviolent drug charges and other minor crimes released, told moderator Poppy Harlow that she hopes her legal efforts will be “her life’s most meaningful work.”

Ryan Gosling says he wasn’t sure he had the “Ken-ergy” required for his role in “Barbie”. He and co-star Margot Robbie got together in Las Vegas for CinemaCon, and during their onstage appearance to promote the upcoming film, Gosling was asked how he went about tackling the role. His response: “I have to be honest…up until this point, I only knew Ken from afar. I didn’t know Ken from within.” Despite his apprehension, Gosling said: “Margot and (director) Greta (Gerwig)…conjured this out of me somewhere.” “Barbie” premieres July 21.

Don’t ask Bill Hader to sign a piece of “Star Wars” memorabilia — because he won’t. He served as “voice consultant” in creating the sounds of droid BB-8 in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and its sequels. During a recent podcast, the “Barry” star explained that there was a time when he would happily sign whatever was presented, but recalled the moment he had a change of heart. Quote: “One time I saw somebody and they had their kid come up to me to sign a BB-8 thing and it was 3 in the morning…we went to an after-party thing and it was super late and this guy kept his kid up all night. [He was like], ‘Go over there so he’ll sign it so I can sell it online’”. Now, Hader says he “not signing any of this (stuff).”

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A study shows that men most desire sex at 7:54am.

A survey found that women desire sex the most at 11:21 P.M.

We all seem to bring our phones with us everywhere – but EVERY where? I mean, yes, it can be handy and even a little bit fun to close the bathroom door, and scroll away the minutes while you…uh…attend to business. But this habit could actually really quite harmful, says Primrose Freestone, a senior lecturer in Clinical Microbiology at the University of Leicester. He’s urging mobile phone users to think more about “mobile phone hygiene”. Most people wash their hands numerous times throughout the day. But he says if you’re not cleaning your phone regularly, you could still be putting your health at risk, especially if you use it in the bathroom. He also says we should consider how often we hand our phones to our children, and place them on unclean surfaces throughout the day, adding that these can “transfer microbes onto your phone along with food deposits for those microbes to eat.” He offers a 10-point plan for good mobile phone hygiene, and here’s #1:

Use alcohol-based wipes or sprays. They need to be at least 70% alcohol to effectively disinfect phone casings and touch screens, and this should be done daily. LINK:

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Teflon is the only known material to which geckos are unable to stick.

When being photographed, instead of “cheese”, people in the Victorian era said “prunes.”

The first jukeboxes came with earphones – only one person could listen at a time.

There are 550 hairs in the average eyebrow.

Melting an ice cube in your mouth burns about 2.3 calories.

Women are attracted to the scent of Good & Plenty licorice candy and cucumber.


Question: 20% of us will leave the house with one of THESE today – but they won’t use it. What is it?

Answer: A gym bag

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If it’s something you’re into, the king’s subjects now have the chance to suck on his infamous “sausage fingers”. But it’s not what you think. By now, you’ve no doubt heard of the royal kerfuffle regarding the thickness of King Charles’ chunky claws. Well, just ahead of Saturday’s big ceremony, an e-cigarette company debuted its “coronation collection” of vapes that actually look like King Charles III’s meaty mitts. For $63, the set of 10 from Riot E-Liquid is modeled after “the shape and size of the king’s own fingers” — one even bears a signet pinky ring. The e-cigs are available in the specialty flavors: English Breakfast Tea, Strawberry Jam, Victoria Sponge, Tea & Scone, Sausage Roll, Scotch Egg, Coronation Chicken, Champagne, Prawn Cocktail, and English Trifle. Riot Labs’ CEO Ben Johnson said: “It’s a bit of coronation fun, but the collection could make you more than ‘10-digits’ richer in 50 years time.”

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According to fans…

1. “Looney Tunes” (1930): Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and Co. have an enduring appeal that has made their slapstick antics pop-culture mainstays.

2. “Batman The Animated Series” (1992): Started a new era of dramatic action storytelling in cartoon series.

3. “The Simpsons” (1989): Not just the longest-running cartoon series to date, it’s TV’s longest-running scripted primetime series.

4. “Bojack Horseman” (2014): An often-searing portrait of depression, failure, addiction, and more. It just happens to focus on a talking horse.

5. Avatar The Last Airbender” (2005): Through its original storytelling and respectful representation of fictional eastern culture, it has become a beloved classic.

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