Happy Friday! Here's what you missed on today's show.
The Morning Brain Buster:
Q: A new survey says that 7% of husbands and 6% of wives would not do this for their spouse?
A: Take a bullet for their spouse
Bonehead Of The Day:
Florida man Donald Royce wanted to get down and dirty with his wife, but when the 76-year-old was rebuffed, he got his gun. Royce fired two shots at his wife, who's 62-years-old, hitting her in the butt. Royce told authorities he was arguing with his wife about their sleeping arrangements when he decided to fire into the bed to scare her. Royce admitted he missed his intended target and hit the victim in the hip and buttocks instead. He's now facing a felony domestic violence charge. Source: The Smoking Gun
Another Person Has Cockroach Removed From His Head
Don't panic, but it seems like cockroaches are getting way too comfortable with humans. Days after a woman had a cockroach removed from inside her skull, a man had one removed from his ear canal.
This time around a 60-year-old man in China had been trying to kill and remove the bug for three days before going to the doctor. He put pesticide in his ear until it stopped moving, then used tweezers and toothpicks to try and remove it.
When he went to the doctor, they had to perform surgery to remove it.
A Man Is Trying To Sell A Giant Piece Of Cereal For $1,250
A man may have lucked into $1,250 thanks to his cereal choice. Englishman Steven Marriott was pouring his son a bowl of Kellogg's Bran Flakes when a massive 5.5-inch by 4-inch flake came out."It's definitely bran flake material but I didn't fancy eating it," Marriott says. "It is being kept in the cupboard at the moment but I am not sure what we are going to do with it."It turns out another person sold a massive piece of cereal and made over $1-thousand, so he's considering putting it on eBay. In the meantime, Marriott sent a photo to Kellogg's and is waiting to see if they give him a free box of cereal. The company did release a statement congratulating Marriott on finding a "super Bran Flake" and asked to be kept in the loop if it ends up being a world record breaker.Source: Mirror
Today is National Cream Cheese Brownie Day
February 10th is National Cream Cheese Brownie Day! And for those who’ve just celebrated Fettuccine Alfredo Day, Molasses Bar Day, and Bagels and Lox Day, get ready to celebrate a stomachache.But don’t worry – it’s totally worth it. Cream cheese brownies combine a delicious rich chocolate swirl with a touch of tangy cream cheese in a totally irresistible combination. Which means – you might as well stop resisting and eat one.
Uzo Aduba (“Orange Is The New Black,” “The Wiz Live!”) – 36
Elizabeth Banks (“The Hunger Games,” “40-Year Old Virgin,” “Magic Mike XXL,” “Pitch Perfect” series) – 43
Laura Dern (“Rambling Rose,” “Mask,” “Blue Velvet,” “The Fault In Our Stars,” “Wild,” “Enlightened”) – 50
Chloe Grace Moretz (“Hugo,” “Let Me In,” “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” “If I Stay,”) “The Equalizer,” and “The 5th Wave” – 20
Emma Roberts (“Aquamarine,” “Unfabulous,” “Scream Queens,” “American Horror Story”) – 26
Makenzie Vega (“Saw,” “Sin City,” “The Good Wife”) – 23
Robert Wagner (“It Takes A Thief,” “Hart to Hart,” “Austin Powers” series, “Two and a Half Men”) – 87
Roberta Flack – 80
TV/Radio personality Glenn Beck – 53
Golfer Greg Norman (FAST FACTS: he spent 331 weeks as the world's number one ranked golfer in the 1980s and 1990s. He has won over 85 international tournaments in his career, including two majors: The Open Championship in 1986 and 1993. He is nicknamed The Great White Shark or sometimes simply The Shark – a reference to his blond hair, his size, his aggressive golf style, and the native animal of his home country, Australia.) – 62
ABC newsman/commentator George Stephanopoulos (He was a Senior Advisor to Bill Clinton from 1993 - 1996) – 56
Video OF The Day:
The most excited puppy rips open his gift in a minute.