Jon And Chantel

Choose the News | January 8th

More People Will Die This Week Than Any Other Time of Year. 

If you’re still really depressed about going back to work, here’s something to put it in perspective:  At least you ain’t dead.

Apparently, more people will die THIS WEEK than any other week of the year.

A study found that during the second week of January about 40% more people die than other weeks of the year.

And the main reasons are the cold weather . . . and a lot of illnesses going around.

On the bright side, I guess that means as long as you can survive this week, you’re good?



Fugitive Identifies Himself As ‘Your Mama’: The Independent Florida Alligator newspaper claims the Gainesville, Florida police recently arrested Travis Hale after he identified himself as “Your Mama”. Officers questioned Hale because he was standing next to a car in the middle of the street. He told cops that he didn’t have to identify himself because he was standing on his grandmother’s property. Hale then fled before cops caught him a block away. When they asked for his name he said; “Your Mama.” Hale was arrested because he had an active warrant.




You Should Stop Showering So Much

 Maybe you should stop showering so much.  Sure, it’s not going to make you popular with your coworkers, family, and friends, but at least you’ll have better skin or something.

There’s a pretty strong consensus among dermatologists that you don’t need to shower every day . . . and in fact, it’s better for your skin if you don’t.  But . . . three-quarters of us do it anyway.

According to a new survey, 49% of people shower once a day . . . 20% take one almost every day . . . and 6% take MORE than one a day.

And they’re all worse off than the 18% of people who shower two or three times a week . . . the 3% who only take one shower a week . . . and the very self-confident 1% of people who only take one a MONTH.



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