Today we visit with Kathy Kleiner Rubin, a victim and a survivor of Ted Bundy. In January 1978, as she slept in her bed at the Chi Omega sorority house at Florida State University, Ted Bundy grabbed an oak log from a stack of firewood, slipped through a back door with a broken padlock, and headed upstairs. He killed several of Kathy's friends and attempted to kill her as well. Her new book shares the details and shines a light on the many victims. Women with stories that need to be told. The book is called “A Light in the Dark: Surviving More than Ted Bundy” AVAILABLE NOW: https://amzn.to/3StLIcz
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People who like to read action/adventure books are the most generous tippers, according to a new survey. A poll of 2,000 Americans who are frequent readers looked at the personality differences between lovers of different genres. It was determined that adventure readers are the likeliest to tip over 20%. Maybe it’s not a surprise, but romance readers daydream the most, but are also the likeliest to say they worry often. Those who enjoy reading biographies were found to be the least likely to have worries regularly.
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It’s time to swipe right on — LinkedIn? The world’s largest professional networking site is apparently becoming much more than just a place to find jobs. A new survey has found that people are turning to LinkedIn – to find love. A survey of 505 single adults between the ages of 20-40 found that 52% of participants used LinkedIn as a dating site. For those in the age group 35-40, a whopping 61% had found a date on the professional networking platform.
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Reba McEntire, Post Malone and Andra Day will kick off this year’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas with pre-game performances, the NFL has announced. McEntire will sing the national anthem, Malone will perform ‘America the Beautiful’, and Day will take on ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’. This year’s big game will be played at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 11, airing on CBS. Usher headlines the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show, as previously announced.
Fitness guru Richard Simmons is perturbed enough at the unauthorized movie about his life that he’s broken his silence for only the second time in 10 years. He posted on Facebook: “You may have heard they may be doing a movie about me with Pauly Shore. I have never given my permission for this movie. So don’t believe everything you read.” Earlier, Shore had indicated that he hoped that Simmons would be involved. But obviously, Shore’s project — which just recently got the green light — isn’t authorized. To further complicate matters, Shore also portraying Simmons in a short film called “The Court Jester,” which is premiering today at The Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
One name comes to mind when Lorne Michaels thinks about his “Saturday Night Live” successor. The executive producer feels that Tina Fey could “easily” replace him once he retires. Michaels went on to call Fey, who was on the variety series from 1997-06, “brilliant” and “great at everything,” noting she is “a very important person” in his life. Michaels plans helm the show for at least one more year, as the series hits its 50th anniversary next February, “and sometime before that we’ll figure out what we’re gonna do”, in regards to moving forward.
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If you’re one of those people who is always worrying about whether you remembered to lock the front door when you left, then this new product is for you. Created by Japanese lock manufacturer Miwa, the “ChecKEY” is a sleeve-like accessory that goes over the top part of your key and features a small window that indicates whether you locked your door or not. The ChecKEY comes with a built-in mechanism that detects when you turn the key clockwise or counterclockwise — and changes color accordingly. When you turn the key clockwise, the little window on the ChecKEY turns white, and when you turn it counterclockwise, it turns orange. The mechanism is entirely mechanical, so it doesn’t require a battery. And any time you want to check to see if you locked your home, you simply look at your key. LINK: http://tinyurl.com/yffksdhc
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✓ Cheerios cereal was originally called “Cheerioats”.
✓ Sponges can hold more cold water than hot.
✓ There was no punctuation until the 15th century.
✓ Elvis Presley made only 1 television commercial.
✓ To help speed up the solving-time for Rubik’s Cubes, lubricants can be used to grease the joints. These include “Cubicle Lubicle”, “Cosmic Lube” and “Lubix Cube”.
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A startup in Greenland has begun harvesting arctic ice and shipping it to the United Arab Emirates so exclusive bars can serve it in high-priced cocktails. Using glacial ice in drinks is a common practice in Greenland, and several entrepreneurs have unsuccessfully attempted to export it. The Arctic Ice company says the ice, which has been compressed over millennia, is completely without bubbles and melts more slowly than regular ice. By the way, the shortest shipping route from Greenland to Dubai? 19 days and 9,000 nautical miles (14,500km).
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THE MOST IMPACTFUL TV MOMENTS EVER: (TOP 10 TOMORROW)
According to the Television Academy’s new list of the 75 most impactful moments in TV history…
11. “The Ed Sullivan Show” – Elvis Presley performs ‘Hound Dog’, 1956
12. CNN’s coverage of Space Shuttle Challenger explosion, 1986
13. Ellen DeGeneres comes out on “The Oprah Winfrey Show”, 1997
14. “Charlie Brown Christmas” – Linus shares with Charlie Brown the true meaning of Christmas, 1965
15. “The Carol Burnett Show” airs a “Gone with the Wind” parody, 1976
16. The O.J. Simpson Ford Bronco car chase, 1994
17. ‘Lucy’ gets drunk shooting commercials for a liquor-filled vitamin on “I Love Lucy”, 1952
18. The first Kennedy-Nixon presidential debate, 1960
19. On “All in the Family”, Sammy Davis, Jr. kisses ‘Archie’ on the cheek, 1972
20. Footage of George Floyd’s murder, 2020
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