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People in North Korea believe hamburgers were invented by Kim Jong-il in 2009 and Mickey Mouse was created by China. They’re also taught that Lady Gaga is a man
Two boys in Utah exploded on the internet when they were secretly caught on video finding some loose change on the sidewalk. After they found the money, you can hear them having a conversation about their findings. One of the boys, Eli asked the other, “Do you want to do the right thing to do or keep it?” It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
The lead singer for Toto in the mid and late-1980s was Joseph Williams. His father is John Williams . . . the composer for “Star Wars”.
Leah’s husband is a HUGE Raiders ran, and is originally from the East Bay… and now the Raiders are moving to Las Vegas! Obviously Leah’s husband is excited, but the NFL team is now consuming his life! Leah has recently become pregnant and now her husband he wants to name the baby “Raider!”
Only one NFL player weighed over 300 pounds in 1970. By 2010, there were over 500 players at NFL training camps who weighed over 300.
Have you seen the viral video sweeping the internet of a bearded buff guy doing handstand push-ups on 9 stacked dumbbell weights and an old man draining hoops in the back? Well it just so happens that bearded guy is P1 Travis Horn, who visited the show in studio today!
Never let anything stand in your way… Matias Ferreira is a 28 years old veteran who lost both his legs from an explosion in Afghanistan in 2011. Matias, who has been discharged since, wanted to get back into the marine mindset, and decided he wanted to be a cop… He wasn’t sure if police academy would let him try out, and he only had one request… not to be treated any differently… It’s Today’s “Good Feeling Story of the Day”
Until kale salads became trendy a few years back, the biggest buyer of kale in the U.S. was . . . Pizza Hut. Not to feed to people, but to use as decoration on their salad bars.
Astronauts in space can’t do laundry, so dirty clothes from the International Space Station get sent out into space to burn up in Earth’s atmosphere.
The only place ever to turn down the Olympics was Colorado. They were originally awarded the 1976 Winter Olympics, but in 1972, the people of Colorado overwhelmingly voted not to spend tax dollars to have the Games there.
The 1976 Winter Olympics ended up in Innsbruck, Austria instead.