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FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015:
The Top Signs You’re at a Bad Grocery Store
Needles were found in apples in a Southern California grocery store. So needles in apples would definitely make the list of The Top Signs You’re at a Bad Grocery Store.
1) If you forget your club card an employee kicks you in the groin.
2) The Redbox only carries Johnny Depp movies.
3) You hear barking from behind the deli counter.
4) The photo on the “employee of the month” plaque looks suspiciously like Robert Durst.
5) The guy running the pharmacy is Bill Cosby.
6) There’s a shoe floating in the canister of clam chowder.
7) The meat department is always cordoned off with yellow crime scene tape.
MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2015:
The Top Things You Didn’t Know About Twitter
In honor of Twitter turning nine over the weekend, please enjoy this list of The Top Things You Didn’t Know About Twitter.
1) Nearly a third of Americans use Twitter. The rest of us can communicate in complete sentences.
2) The only thing with 140 characters that makes less sense is “The Walking Dead”.
3) If you want to know how many real friends you have, take the number of Twitter followers you have and subtract the number of Twitter followers you have.
4) There are over 500 million Tweets a day. SEVEN of which are actually interesting or amusing.
5) Twitter’s founder aspires to be the mayor of New York City one day. He wants to give the shortest inauguration speech in history.
6) The majority of people using it right now are at a desk trying hard to look like they’re working to their boss.
FRIDAY, MARCH 20 2015:
The Top Things You Didn’t Know About March Madness
In honor of March Madness, please enjoy this list of The Top Things You Didn’t Know About March Madness
1) Most of those “amateurs” make more money than you do.
2) Charlie Sheen is against the idea of confining madness to a single month.
3) The first tournament was held in 1936. There were eight teams. The MVP was Brian Williams.
4) No matter how much time you spend filling out your bracket, the old lady in Accounting who picks teams based on uniform color will still win the pool.
5) It’s the one time of the year it’s good to be from Kentucky.
6) No matter what anyone says, betting your retirement fund on a bunch of terrified, 18-year-old junior college transfers coming through in the clutch is ALWAYS a great idea!