Show Notes for Thursday, February 08, 2024


THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!

Dear John,

What do I do with my son? My sweet little four-year-old has turned into a dumpster-diving scavenger and he just won't stop. Well, not dumpsters exactly. But it's bad. He scrapes gum from under tables in restaurants - and chews it. He looks for half-empty bottles of juice in the street - and drinks it. He goes through trash cans looking for anything he can eat. It's not like he's hungry. He eats well. It's just that he's disgusting. Why is he attracted to this garbage? My husband says to not worry about it and he'll pass through this "phase". But isn't there something I should do about it?

Signed

Mortified Momma

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TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to ListOfNationalDays.com)

February 8th

Laugh And Get Rich Day

Molasses Bar Day

National Boy Scouts Day

National Kite Flying Day

Propose Day

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It seems these days, companies are not only pushing employees back into the office — they’re getting rid of those who won’t. New stats show that full-time remote workers were 35% more likely to be laid off than their in-office peers in 2023. Live Data Technologies found that 10% of remote employees were laid off last year, compared to just 7% of in-office or hybrid colleagues. Experts attribute this to a lack of personal connection with managers, who tend to cut remote workers first when payrolls are trimmed. The results also show that remote workers are more likely to quit.

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You might think kids just use TikTok to waste time watching cat videos and doing silly dances. But they’re actually using it to learn about the world and form opinions, because for Gen Z, TikTok is the new Google. According to a report from Search Engine Journal, 64% of those 27 and under are using TikTok as a search tool. Rather than Googling – or (gasp!) using a book to ask a question or look for a recommendation, TikTok’ers users are seeking out influencers and video creators for answers on everything from medical advice to the Israel-Palestine conflict.

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Game of Thrones” actress Sophie Turner has gone Instagram official with her new partner after her breakup with husband Joe Jonas. She posted a series of photos from a recent skiing trip, which included snaps of her and British aristocrat Peregrine Pearson on the slopes and on a ski lift. There were also pictures of Turner at an indoor pool and partying with pals. Turner, who played ‘Sansa Stark’ in Game of Thrones, captioned the post: “J├Ągerbomb anyone?” Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: “Queen of the North.” LINK: http://tinyurl.com/26ajvbmk

If there’s something strange in your neighborhood, who you gonna call? Bill Murray, of course, who suits back up as ‘Peter Venkman’ in the first trailer for “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” out March 22. Also returning for the sequel, which sees the Big Apple covered in ice after an ancient artifact unleashes an evil force, are Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson and Annie Potts – plus ‘Slimer’, aka “The Mean Green Ghost.” According to the sequel’s logline, “Ghostbusters new and old must join forces to protect their home and save the world from a second Ice Age.” LINK: http://tinyurl.com/4ethmp9t

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Adam Sandler’s next film will be about outer space.

A 100-year-old British World War II vet has walked hundreds of miles around his garden to raise money for charity—every day, rain or shine. Strolling behind his walker, Lance Corporal Harold Jones circles his back garden 30 times each day, and has been doing so since 2020. He was inspired by the media frenzy surrounding the late ‘Captain Tom’, who did the same thing during the worst of the pandemic, and raised big money for hospitals. Corporal Jones has so far taken his walker over 661 miles (1,064km), a total of 41,550 laps around his garden, or about the same distance as his home in Birmingham to the border of Germany. Oh, and by the way, Corporal Jones says his ankles, knees and hips are “perfect”, but he does get experience a bit of back pain, possibly because at one point he “broke it in 3 places.” LINK: https://youtu.be/RqJBvm_WqoU

FUN FACT FOR YOU:
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27,000 trees are cut down every day to supply the world’s toilet paper.

White-faced capuchin monkeys greet each other by sticking their fingers up each others’ noses.

The human brain has enough memory to hold 3 million hours of television.

The word “February” comes from a Latin word meaning “to cleanse”.

In a feeding frenzy, sharks sometimes eat parts of their own body.

THE MINT MOBILE QUESTION OF THE DAY: Mintervention.com

Question: If this is an average day, you’ll do THIS more than 20 times.

Answer: Complain.

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If there’s one thing you need to know about Montrealers, it’s this: Don’t mess with their bagels. But someone has done exactly that. Beloved baker maker St-Viateur Bagel is offering them up without a hole these days, igniting something of a ‘holey war’ in the city. Manager Saul Restrepo isn’t sure what the fuss is about. After all, he said, “It’s the same thing, (same) hand-made same process that we do but… no hole!” The “bagelution” is actually a promotion with Philadelphia Cream Cheese, being conducted in 5 North American cities. The idea is that a bagel with no hole provides more surface for you to spread your favourite schmear. But the idea has proven to be so controversial that some people won’t accept one, even when offered as a free sample.

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THE BEST TV COMEDIES OF ALL TIME:

According to 10 “expert” websites…

1. “The Office” (2005-2013)

2. “Friends” (1994-2004)

3. “Ted Lasso” (2020-present)

4. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (2013-2021)

5. “Arrested Development” (2003-2019)

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If dogs could talk, it would take a lot of fun out of owning one.” —Andrew A. Rooney

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Sanitation Crew Dumps Entire Truck On Ground To Find Woman's Diamond Ring
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