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By: Dave Palmer


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There’s a guy named Carlos Silver in the Dominican Republic, and he just sang for 106 consecutive hours to try to break the Guinness World Record of 105 hours.

BUT . . . when his almost five days of singing were done, he learned he’d come up short.

Why?  The rules allowed him to take breaks of up to 30 seconds between songs . . . but the video footage showed he took a few breaks that were two minutes.

So yeah, he wasted 106 hours because of just a couple of minutes.



People in Jackson Mississippi are on alert, because someone is leaving random bowls of mashed potatoes in people’s front yards.  People have found it on their porches, mailboxes, and cars.  No one knows why, and some people are worried that the mashed potatoes are poisoned.




TIM WILLIAMS is the guy in the commercials for that hotel booking site Trivago.  But on Wednesday, he found himself in less than ideal accommodations . . . when he got busted for DUI in Houston.

Tim was found passed out at the wheel, ON THE ROAD, with his foot on the brake.  After failing a field sobriety test, he was arrested, booked, and then released on bond.  There’s no word what his blood-alcohol content was.

Tim has been doing the Trivago ads since 2014.  He’s also had minor parts on “The Sopranos”, and in several movies, including “Beyond the Sea” and “Valkyrie”.  He’s 52.



  • “Hellboy” (R-Rated, Action/Adventure):  Hellboy, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge. (David Harbour, Milla Jovovich)
  • “Missing Link” (PG, Animation/Comedy):  Mr. Link recruits explorer Sir Lionel Frost to help find his long-lost relatives in the fabled valley of Shangri-La. Along with adventurer Adelina Fortnight, they travel the world and learn that sometimes you can find a family in the places you least expect. (Hugh Jackman, Zach Galifianakis, Zoe Saldana)
  • “After” (PG-13, Drama/Romance):  A young woman falls for a guy with a dark secret and the two embark on a rocky relationship. Based on the novel by Anna Todd. (Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Selma Blair)




TODAY IS……………….

  • “Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day”. Almost anyone can make one, but almost everyone does it a bit differently.


  • “Licorice Day”. A recent UK study says licorice is good for dental health.

1961The Soviet Union successfully launches the first man into space. Yuri Gagarin , a 27-year-old air force major, orbits the Earth in 1 hr 40 minutes.


1980 Terry Fox begins his “Marathon of Hope” at St. John’s, Newfoundland





APRIL 10TH, 1989         Garth Brooks’s self-titled debut album was released





  1. Women’s flatulence generally smells worse than men’s because women’s bodies have higher concentrations of sulfur.


  1. The NBA All-Star Game this year had a final score of 178-164.  The last time a team scored UNDER 100 points in the All-Star game was 1973.


  1. Between 75% and 90% of the dust in your house is from you and your family’s dead skin cells.


  1. The movie “Frozen”is based off Hans Christian Andersen’s story “The Snow Queen” . . . and Disney had been trying to adapt it into a movie on and off since the 1930s.




No one actually reads the fine print for things like iTunes user agreements, right?  Well, a travel insurance company in Florida called SquareMouth recently decided to test that theory with a secret $10,000 contest.


The only place they mentioned the contest was in the fine print of one of their travel insurance forms.  They buried the instructions way down in the middle of page seven, and didn’t tell anyone about it.


The instructions said that the first person who mentioned the contest would get the $10,000 prize.  And if no one noticed within a year, they were planning to give the money to charity.  They actually thought that’s what would happen.


But it turns out there ARE people out there who read these things.  59-year-old Donelan Andrews teaches at a high school about 60 miles south of Atlanta.  She always reads EVERY user agreement and contract she signs.  And she spotted it on DAY ONE.


She thinks that reading contracts is really important, and even hides secret questions in her students’ tests.  So if they pay attention and read carefully, they can get extra credit.


She bought an insurance policy from the company . . . read the whole contract . . . and got in touch with them about 23 HOURS after they launched the contest.  So they gave her a check for $10,000 last week, plus an extra 10 grand to help out her school district.





[73] Ed O’Neill, actor (‘Jay Pritchett’ on “Modern Family”, “Married With Children”)

[72] David Letterman, TV host

[62] Vince Gill, country singer

[59] Ron MacLean, TV sportscaster (“Coach’s Corner with Don Cherry” host since 1986, “Hockey Night in Canada” host 1986-present, except for those regrettable 2 years…)

[48] Shannon Doherty, actress (“Beverly Hills 90210” 1990-1994, “Charmed” 1998-2001)





An online poll of over 2,400 people reveals how many nights a week they say they cook dinner at home (on average):

26% seven days a week……………………19% six …………………..18% five





Things You Should Be Cleaning More Than Once a Year

Spring cleaning is about stuff you only need to clean once a year, like your gutters or maybe your garage.  But here are six things you should be cleaning a lot more often than that . . .


  1. Your microwave.  You might think using it kills all the bacteria in there, but it doesn’t.  So ideally, you should wipe it down once a week, and deep clean it every two weeks.


  1. Your bathtub, also once a week.  Not everyone has time for that, but here’s some motivation.  A recent study looked in different places for the type of bacteria that causes staph infections.  Only 6% of garbage cans had it . . . compared to 26% of tubs.


  1. The inside of your fridge, once a month.  Salad and meat drawers can have 750 times more bacteria than what’s considered safe.


  1. Your computer and your desk, once a week.  70% of Americans eat lunch at their desk . . . but 10% admit they almost NEVER clean their computer.


  1. Your mattress, every two months.  Most people just flip it once a year, which you should also do.  But cleaning it is pretty easy.  Just sprinkle some baking soda on there . . . vacuum it up . . . and spray it with Lysol to kill any bacteria.





FRIDAY APRIL 12TH                                         



[73] Ed O’Neill, actor (‘Jay Pritchett’ on “Modern Family”, “Married With Children”)

[72] David Letterman, TV host

[62] Vince Gill, country singer

[59] Ron MacLean, TV sportscaster (“Coach’s Corner with Don Cherry” host since 1986, “Hockey Night in Canada” host 1986-present, except for those regrettable 2 years…)

[48] Shannon Doherty, actress (“Beverly Hills 90210” 1990-1994, “Charmed” 1998-2001)



  1. NHL

Toronto                4              Boston                  1

Washington        4              Carolina                2

Calgary                 4              Colorado              0



Boston                  7              Toronto                6

Cleveland            4              Detroit                  0


  1. The “Hellboy”remake is out this week.  It’s up against the body swapping comedy “Little” and the animated bigfoot movie “Missing Link”.


  1. Quaker’s MIKEY LIKES IT” ad for Life cereal was one of the longest-running ads in history.  It’s the one where a kid who hates everything tries Life cereal and LIKES it.  It came out in 1972 . . . ran for more than 12 years . . . and is one of the most famous ads ever.

Now Quaker is apparently planning some sort of REBOOT of it.  And YOUR kid could be the next Mikey.  They’re looking for kids between 4 and 8 years old . . . boys AND girls.  And they posted a four-line script to audition with.

If you want your kid to audition, you have to submit their video through the website LifeCastingContest.com by April 27th.


  1. A list of “Game of Thrones”facts includes:  The show has used 12,137 wigs . . . 4,000 gallons of fake blood . . . 20,907 candles . . . and 25 miles of rope.  Also, there are (just) 432 minutes left in the series.


  1. Jimmy Fallon read a bunch of “If I Had the Throne” Tweets from viewers last night.  (From “The Tonight Show” on Thursday, April 11, 2019)





Brooks & Dunn will return to the stage of the ACM Awards for the first time in a few years.

Until last year, the duo were the the most-awarded act in ACM history with 29 until Miranda Lambert took home her 30th trophy in 2018. Kix told reporters that their good friend and the show’s host, Reba McEntire, took pleasure in rubbing that in. [“Reba just had such a big time telling the world that Miranda last year had surpassed us in awards at the ACMs. She was so giddy about that. What is wrong with her? ‘Oh, and I got some news, yeah. Miranda just passed Brooks & Dunn. I bet they hate that ha ha ha ha.’ (Reporters laugh). It’s not funny.”]



An Adorable St. Jude’s Patient Interviews Jake Owen, and Cracks Him Up

JAKE OWEN did a different kind of interview last weekend at the ACMs.  He answered questions from a young girl named Londyn, who’s a patient at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.

She asked if he had a superpower of his choice, what would it be?  He said, quote, “My superpower would be that we could all feel really, really good.  That we could feel good all the time and [be] healthy.”

And then Londyn cracked him up with what her superpower would be.  Quote, “I would want to be invisible and steal all people’s money.  Or either snap my fingers, and [they] would come up to me.”





A spinoff of The Voice, called Songland, will focus on finding the next big songwriter. The reality competition will be hosted by The Voice‘s Adam Levine, who will also exective produce, and will feature Nashville hit songwriter and producer Shane McAnally, OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder and Ester Dean as judges.

Aspiring songwriters will compete against one another on the reality show to have proven hit makers including Kelsea Ballerini and Old Dominion record their songs. Other artists featured in the show’s trailer include John Legend, the Jonas Brothers, Charlie Puth, Meghan Trainor, Macklemore, and Will.i.am.

Songland premieres on May 28th on NBC.




Jason Aldean will release the video for his new single, “Rearview Town,” today (Friday, April 12th) at 5:20 p.m. ET on Facebook’s Music page and Jason’s own Facebook page. Just before headlining the first night of Rock The Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, FL and before sharing the clip, Jason will go live on Facebook at 5:10 p.m. ET to discuss the moments that made him who his is today along with what he’s looking forward to in the future.







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