Good Morning! Happy Monday.. Yeah righ ha ha ha.. Well hope you have a good day even tho it is Monday.. Here's what you missed on today's show.
The Morning Brain Buster:
Q. This Hall of Fame opened in 1998, and currently there are 53 members. What Hall of Fame?
A. The Toy Hall of Fame!
Bonehead Of The Day:
A mailman in Oregon sent three of his co-workers to the hospital after his bear spray accidentally went off in the post office.
Bear spray is a heavy-duty version of pepper spray the man used to fend off attacking dogs.
One eployee called 911 to report a chemical contamination. The fire department showed up wearing masks and using sensors to determine if there were any chemical hazards.
How the spray got set off is still being determined.
A Farmer Is Adding Beer To His Turkey's Diets.. For A Better Flavor
A farmer in New Hampshire is raising about 50 Thanksgiving turkeys-- and has been giving his birds beer.
In fact, he's been doing it since 1993, when he and his workers popped open a few cans after work. A turkey knocked one over and started drinking and they've been doing it ever since.
The farmer prefers serving the turkeys lager and claims the beer makes birds fatter, more flavorful and juicier.
Animal rights group PETA said turkeys shouldn't be fed beer and that "farmers across the country use questionable practices to keep costs down or to alter the taste of animal flesh because their priority is profit, not the animals' welfare."
But the national director of Humane Heartland, which oversees the treatment of farm animals, said that standards from the American Humane Association don't prohibit serving beer to animals.
** This farmer's turkeys are not the first animals to consume alcohol. Japanese farmers have been said to feed cattle beer to stimulate their appetites. And a winemaker and farmer in the south of France have experimented with feeding cows the remainders of pressed grapes to produce meat they've called "Vinbovin."
Mo Money Mo Problems.. Man Wins Powerball.. Ex Girlfriend Wants Half!
A New Jersey man who won a $338 million Powerball jackpot is in a court fight with his former girlfriend over the money.
The man was the sole winner of the Powerball drawing last spring, which was worth about $152 million after taxes. His lawyer claims his ex has no claim to the money because the couple were never married.
But attorneys for the woman claim the man bought the ticket based on the couple's shared earnings. They lived together for 10 years, have a child together and shared ownership of a grocery store.
A judge refused to dismiss the lawsuit and denied a request from the woman to freeze the man's lottery winnings. The judge said that the couple's relationship was long-term and the woman contributed to the household, but the court didn't have any reason to freeze the funds.
The woman's attorney says that a large chunk of the lottery winnings is already gone after $57 million was sent to the man's native Dominican Republic, $5 million was given away, $300,000 was spent on a home and $20 million can't be found.
The woman recently moved out of the home the man bought and filed a domestic violence claim against him.
For What It's Worth.. Denmark Is Still The Happiest Nation
People in Denmark are the most indebted people in the world, live through long, dark winters and have a shorter life expectancy than other Mediterranean countries. But for the past four decades, the Danes have rated themselves as the happiest people on earth.
Theories as to why the population is so happy range from its egalitarian policies to its history to idea that some people are just easier to satisfy than others.
Denmark first topped the happiness table in 1973, when a European Union survey found that people there were more satisfied with life than in any other member state.
This year, it held on to the top spot in the United Nations' annual World Happiness Report even as it suffered through the worst economic crisis of its post-World War II history. In the study, people were asked to evaluate the current state of their lives using a scale of zero to 10, where a top rating signified the best possible life for them, and zero the worst.
Denmark scored an average of 7.7. One of the most important things making the Danes happy is the security in Danish society. There is a high degree of financial security. If they lose their jobs, they get support, when they get sick they can go to the hospital. Denmark also has the highest taxes in the world as a percentage of the overall economy, but many Danes value the social security they get in return, including subsidized childcare and unemployment insurance that guarantees 80-percent wages for two years if they lose their jobs.
Introducing The Worlds First Nutritionally Balanced Pizza
Scientists claim they've created the world's first nutritionally balanced pizza that actually good for you to eat.
This healthy pizza apparently contains the proper ratio of salt, fat, carbohydrates, and vitamins.
The scientists say they felt inspired to create it because they refuse to believe that pizza was never supposed to be junk food.
~~Leonardo DiCaprio is 39 (Romeo + Juliet; Titanic; Catch Me If You Can; The Aviator; The Departed; Body of Lies; Blood Diamond; Shutter Island; Inception; J.Edgar; Django Unchained; The Great Gatsby)
~~Actress, Demi Moore is 51 (General Hospital's Jackie Templeton, About Last Night, St. Elmo's Fire, One Crazy Summer, 7th Sign, Nothing But Trouble, Ghost, Mortal Thoughts, Butcher's Wife, A Few Good Men, Indecent Proposal, Now and Then, Scarlett Letter, Striptease, G.I. Jane, Deconstructing Harry, Passion of Mind, Charlie's Angels Full Throttle, Mr. Brooks; Bruce Willis' ex-wife, Ashton Kutcher's ex-wife)
~~Actress, Calista Flockhart is 49 (Ally McBeal star, Brothers & Sisters; married to Harrison Ford)
~~Actor, Stanley Tucci is 53 (A Midsummer Night's Dream, America's Sweethearts, Road to Perdition, Prizzi's Honor, Space Chimps; The Terminal; The Devil Wears Prada; The Lovely Bones; The Hunger Games movies; The Fifth Estate; Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters)
~~TV Fashion guru, Carson Kressley is 44 (Queer Eye)
~~Socialite, Brittny Gastineau is 31 (no-talent reality star)
~~Actress, Christa B. Allen is 22 (13 Going on 30; Youth in Revolt; Revenge)
~~Soap star, John Reilly is 77 (Dallas' Roy Ralston, Melrose Place's Mac McBride, Days of Our Lives' Marquis LaCienega, Passions' Allistair Crane)
~~Actress Alison Doody is 47 (the hot blonde in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade)
~~Actor, Adam Beach is 41 (Flags of Our Fathers; Windtalkers; Cowboys & Aliens)
~~Soap star, Tyler Christopher is 41 (General Hospital)
~~Actor, David Deluise is 42 (Wizards of Waverly Place's Jerry Russo)
~~NY Jets QB, Mark Sanchez is 27
~~Producer, Robert John "Mutt" Lange is 65 (Shania Twain's ex-hubby)
~~Singer/songwriter, Marshall Crenshaw is 60
~~R&B singer, Jon B. is 39
~~Keyboardist, Mic Michaeli (of Europe) is 51
~~Drummer, Scott Mercado (Candlebox) is 49
~~Rock Musician, Vince Martell (Vanilla Fudge) is 68
~~Country music legend, Narvel Felts is 75
~~Musician, Andy Partridge (XTC) is 60
~~Guitarist, Jim Peterik (of Survivor) is 63
~~Musician, Paul Cowsill (the Cowsills) is 62
~~Musician, Ian Craig-Marsh (founding member of the electronic band The Human League) is 57
Hunger Games Theme Park?
Fans of the fantasy book and movie series "The Hunger Games" are going to love this news: the fictional nation of Panem could become a reality.
Following suit of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Lionsgate has teased that a Hunger Games theme park may be opening soon.
Though plans are not set in stone they have been approached by two different locations and are moving forward towards making them a possible reality.
What You Went To See This Weekend:
"Thor: The Dark World" was the biggest movie in the country over the weekend and it wasn't even close.
The sequel to "Thor" took in $86.1 million to open in first place… taking in almost $75 million more than the second place movie.
"Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa" remained in second place with $11.3 million and last weekend's number four movie "Free Birds" moved up to third with $11.2 million.
Top 10 Movies
1. Thor: The Dark World: $86.1 million
2. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa: $11.3 million
3. Free Birds: $11.2 million
4. Last Vegas: $11.1 million
5. Ender's Game: $10.25 million
6. Gravity: $8.4 million
7. 12 Years a Slave: $6.6 million
8. Captain Phillips: $5.8 million
9. About Time: $5.2 million
10. Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2: $2.8 million
Bill Cosby Wants To Be Back On Prime Time
Bill Cosby is re-teaming with one of "The Cosby Show" producers to develop a new family comedy.
Cosby says that he wants to develop a show that "would [satisfy] the people who have come to me in public places and said, 'Can't you put something on that I can watch?'"
Cosby says the new series wouldn't be a remake of The Cosby Show, but instead would feature older children and their relationships with their parents.
Cosby is also working on a reboot of his animated series, "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids," and says that he just wants a shot because the networks "haven't seen anything like it."
Would You Rather Give Up Sex Or Me Time?
In a new survey of 500 people (by Celestial Seasonings teas), 76 percent of people said they would give up sex instead of having to give up their "me" time.
And where do women like to spend their quality time with themselves?
In bed (44 percent), in the bathroom (37 percent), and even the garage (6 percent).
35 Things You Must Agree On Before You Get Married
. Does the toilet paper go over or under the roll?
2. Cats? Dogs? Both?
3. Can you eat breakfast for dinner?
4. Cold pizza: yes or no?
5. Is it acceptable to open presents as they arrive or do you have to wait for the actual birthday or holiday?
6. Should the dirty forks and knives go in the dishwasher with the handle sticking out of the utensil tray or down in the utensil tray?
7. Is it acceptable to leave dishes in the sink to "soak" overnight, or do they need to be cleaned before bed?
8. Toothpaste: cap on or cap off?
9. Again on the toothpaste: roll it from the bottom or just squeeze really hard?
10. Are towels a one-time use item or do you use the same towel until laundry day?
11. How about washcloths?
12. Road trip or flying?
13. What's the right thread count for sheets?
14. What brand of toilet paper?
15. Mayo or Miracle Whip?
16. Pepsi or Coke?
17. Can you eat the holiday candy out in the display bowl or must it be left there for display?
18. What is YOUR definition of camping?
19. Turn the thermostat down when you go out or leave it alone?
20. At what point is a garbage bag too full to stuff more trash in it?
21. How many times is it acceptable to hit the snooze button?
22. Thrift store shopping: great deals or gross?
23. How far in advance is it OK to plan a vacation?
24. Restaurant reservations: necessary or too restrictive?
25. Roller coasters: love 'em or hate 'em?
26. More chocolate chips, less cookie or more cookie, less chips?
27. How much orange juice must be left in the container for it to be returned to the fridge?
28. Chip clips or just roll the bag up?
29. Call the doctor or just take some medicine at home?
30. Where is the prime location for the TV remote to stay?
31. Is it OK to have a TV in the bedroom?
32. Should folded clothes be put away, or is it OK to just pull as needed from the basket of clean laundry?
33. Do you need to write a grocery list or just wait until you're walking around the store to figure out what you need?
34. Making the bed: must-do or waste of time because you're just going to get back in it?
35. Is it OK to shave/clip toenails in the living room?
Video Of The Day:
Ok, so here are 30 things that you don't need anymore.. thanks to smartphones.