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Thursday, March 5, 2015
64th day of the year.
There are 12 days remaining until St Patty's Day

Today is Multiple Personality Day, National Cheese Doodle Day, National Absinthe Day and Nametag Day


THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW



80 today!!!!  SLEET ALL DAY TOMORROW????



Oldie, But A Goodie: The world's oldest woman celebrated her 117th birthday yesterday. Misao Okawa lives at a nursing home in Japan. She was given a bouquet of flowers and credits her longevity to eating well, getting eight hours of sleep a night and knowing how and when to relax.



Ford is planning to produce a $400,000 GT supercar. Only 250 will be made  (I READ HENRY FORD WAS FRIENDS WITH ADOLF HITLER...INFACT, HITLER HAD A PICTURE OF FORD IN HIS OFFICE.)  



Taylor Swift still obssesses over Harry Styles.


 They say Robert Pattinson and his girlfriend, Twigs, are on a fast-track.


 "Independence Day 2" is in full motion, with the story this time following the son of Will Smith's character.



NEW STUDY:  YOUNG GIRLS WATCH 5% MORE (ADULT MATERIAL) ONLINE THAN MEN NOW?



Kanye West revealed on Twitter that his upcoming album will be named "So Help Me God."



Google says it is planning to offer wireless cellphone service.



IT'S OFFIC...TOATS MAGOATAS...56% of people have ended a relationship with a text message.  TRENDY WAY TO DO IT!!!



Green Backs: With marijuana now being legal in Washington DC, residents are asking the police for their weed back.



- India has banned 'Fifty Shades of Grey' because of its content



Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg says his secret to hiring is: 'I will only hire someone to work directly for me if I would work for that person.



LOVE BASEBALL SEASON:   Arizona Diamondbacks will be offering a Churro Dog this season. The dessert is a churro sandwiched in a hot dog bun and covered in 3 scoops of ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate and caramel sauce



Snow Drift: New York state troopers recently rescued a drunk man who got stuck in a Nor'easter. The man wandered away from his daughter's home before she called 911. Cops reached the man on his phone and then found him in the woods leaning against a tree in thigh-deep snow. His body temp was 80 degrees. The man was treated for hypothermia and frostbite. The booze may have saved his life



Santa FM: Albany, New York radio station WQSH-FM has dumped their top 40 format in favor of Christmas music. A station manager tells the Times Union: “This might strike some as being risky in this environment of new media, but I’ve looked at the numbers and they don’t lie. There’s literally a clamoring for Christmas music 24/7/365/52.''

The station is now called Santa-FM




Pillow Talk: Japanese developer Koichi Uchimura has created a talking pillow. He tells RocketNews24.com that the female pillow is for men. "When we'd sleep in the same bed, I'd start to think, ‘I wish she could talk,' so I wanted to make that a reality. If you don't rub her, she won't make any sounds. You have to rub her."

The pillow can say "No, not there," Hey, that hurts!" or "Hey, hands off!"




I Got Your Facial Recognition Right Here!
Best known as a freeware Internet security and personal protection software developer, Czech Republic-based AVG has announced a new product designed to help prevent facial recognition technology from determining a person's identity. The weird thing is they look just like Clark Kent's glasses! Called "invisibility glasses," the new eyewear utilizes a set of infrared LEDs located around the eyes and nose that can only be seen by a digital camera to keep facial recognition software from getting a lock on your facial features. AVG unveiled the new identity-protecting specs at the Pepcom event in Barcelona, Spain prior to the Mobile World Congress. In a statement the company said the glasses will help "protect your visual identity in the digital age."




You'll Never Guess What's Destroying Mount Everest
You'll never guess what's destroying Mount Everest -- human poop! No kidding. Human waste left by climbers on the world's highest peak has become a problem that is causing pollution and threatening to spread disease. The more than 700 climbers and guides who spend nearly two months on Everest's slopes each climbing season spend weeks acclimatizing around the four camps set up between the base camp at 17,380 feet and the 29,035-foot-high summit. The camps have tents and some essential equipment and supplies, but do not have toilets. Climbers usually dig holes in the snow and leave the human waste there, but it's been piling up for years and is becoming a real problem. More than 4,000 climbers have scaled Mount Everest since 1953, when it was first conquered by New Zealand climber Edmund Hillary and his Sherpa guide, Tenzing Norgay. Hundreds of others have died in the attempt, while many have succeeded only with help from oxygen tanks, equipment porters and Sherpa guides.




What the What?
Now here's a great job for somebody. If you can prove you're good at finding easily accessible restrooms for Seattle-area bus drivers, they'll pay you almost six figures for your services! No kidding! Bus service provider King County Metro Transit is looking to hire a "comfort station coordinator," which comes with an annual salary as high as $97,000, depending on experience. Metro Transit spokesman Jeff Switzer said that the agency has a legal obligation to find access to bathrooms for the 2,600 drivers who keep the community moving. The state Department of Labor and Industries cited Metro Transit last November after an audit found drivers were not provided unrestricted access to restrooms and some wore diapers.




John Sylvan, the man who brought us K-Cups and the many joys that come along with them, doesn’t even use them. Sylvan told the Atlantic:
    “I feel bad sometimes that I ever did it. I don’t have [a Keurig]. They’re kind of expensive to use. his real concern is the impact they have on the environment, as the multi-layered plastic they’re made of is not recyclable or biodegradable.

He sold his share of Keurig Green Mountain for just $50,000 back in 1997, assuming the machines would only be used in offices.
BY 2020,  ALL K CUPS WILL BE biodegradable.




Spring Break has begun for many colleges Time for Drink or Not?

Naked Girl Scout (Drink ... Godiva Chocolate Liqueur and Rumple Minze Peppermint Liqueur)

Turkey Trot (NOT)

Morning Breath (NOT)

Pickleback (Drink .... A pickle juice chaser that follows a shot of whiskey)

Duck Fart (Drink ... Jack Daniel's Whiskey, Amaretto Almond Liqueur and Bailey's Irish cream)




Today's Question: "This has happened at 12% of weddings. What is it?"

Extra Clue: bride or groom

Extra Clue: embarrassing

Final Clue: wedding guest

Bonus Clue: the past

Answer: bride or groom has asked a wedding guest to stay silent about a past conquest





SOUNDS:

Pitbull Talks About How He Got His Name .. he is the only legal Pitbull in Miami


Lion Opens Car Door ... an American family was visiting a drive-through safari park in South Africa when a lion approached their car and opened the door
Click Link for Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeaztQK9If0


14-Year-Old Covers Whitney Houston ... a 14-year-old from St. Louis is being called "the new Whitney Houston"
Click Link for Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyYw-vmv_8E

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