The Center for Disease Control says the flu is widespread in 36 states. Doctors say steamy lovemaking sessions, rather than chicken soup, is the best remedy for the common cold and flu. Swiss researcher Manfred Schedlovski conducted a study where he found that lovemaking helps one’s immune system because of the Phagocytes that are released. During lovemaking, the number of phagocytes sometimes double. These cells detect and destroy antibodies, which are the number one cause of the common cold.

Survey: “What are your homemade cold and flu remedies?”

On Monday, we wrote that Kelly Clarkson told CBS that she is not afraid to spank her daughter. She said; “I don’t mean hitting her hard. I just mean a spanking, But that’s a tricky thing when you’re out in public. I’m from the South, ‘ya’ll, so we get spankings. My mom would call the principal if I ever ended up in the principal’s office and give permission for her to spank me . . . I’m a well-rounded individual with a lot of character, so I think it’s fine. She’s (River Rose) been crying in public and I’ve totally carried her out (of a public place) going ‘enjoy your day’. People obviously recognize me.”

Kelly has spent the week under fire. Internet reacts …

“Wish she would do some research making public ignorant comments. Spanking teaches violence”

“I never spanked my kids. I think it’s lazy parenting.”

“a B.S. lazy way to parent”

Survey: “Do you spank your children? Is spanking still a good way to discipline in 2018? Do you think spanking teaches violence? Are timeouts better than spanking? Should spanking be illegal?”


The 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards

List of Movie Winners:

Best Picture: The Shape of Water
Best Director: Guillermo del Toro
Best Actor:
Gary Oldman
Best Actress: Frances McDormand
Best Supporting Actor: Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Best Supporting Actress: Allison Janney – I, Tonya
Best Acting Ensemble: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Cinematography: Blade Runner 2049
Best Costume Design: Phantom Thread
Best Hair and Makeup: Darkest Hour

Best Visual Effects:  War for the Planet of the Apes
Best Animated Feature: Coco
Best Animated Series: Rick And Morty  
Best Action Movie: Wonder Woman

List of TV Winners:

Best Drama Series: The Handmaid’s Tale
Best Limited Series: Big Little Lies
Best Sci-Fi/Horror Movie: Get Out
Best Comedy: The Big Sick
Best Comedy Series:
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Best Reality Show Host: RuPaul, “RuPaul’s Drag Race
Best Reality Competition Series:The Voice
Best Structured Reality Series:Shark Tank
Best Unstructured Reality Series: Born This Way
Best Talk Show: Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Best Actor in a Comedy: James Franco, The Disaster Artist
Best Actress in a Comedy: Margot Robbie, I, Tonya
Best Actor in a Comedy Series: Ted Danson, The Good Place
Best Actress in a Comedy Series: Rachel Brosnahan, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
Best Actor in a Drama Series: Sterling K. Brown, This is Us
Best Actress in a Drama Series: Elizabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale
Best Actor in a Movie Made for TV Or Limited Series: Ewan McGregor, Fargo
Best Actress in a Movie Made for TV Or Limited Series: Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies
#SeeHer Award:
Gal Gadot

Trending …
– NBC is charging $5 million for a 30-second Super Bowl commercial. The network expects to make $500 million in ad revenue from the Big Game. There are less than 10 commercial avails remaining
– Business Insider claims 20th Century Fox has moved up the release date of ”Deadpool 2” from June 1st to May 18th.
– E! News claims Sheryl Crow ripped Fox’s new singing show The Four. She posted; “Seriously!! Who the heck is Charlie Walk? An artist is not a brand, Charlie. That is what is wrong with the music industry. Bogus pretentious TV talent show.”
– TV Guide claims Will Ferrell is going to host SNL on January 27th

– Bernie Sanders tells CNN that Oprah would make a good presidential candidate.
“Clearly, this is a very talented, intelligent woman and if she chooses to run for President, I think she would be a very good candidate.”


Warm and Fuzzy

Man Uses Message In Snow To Propose: Time Magazine claims Gavin Becker recently used a winter storm to propose to his girlfriend. The Nevis, Minnesota college student wrote ‘Marry Me’ in the snow on a lake before renting a plane and taking his high school sweetheart over the proposal. Olivia Toft accepted the proposal. Gavin used a snow blower to create the message.


Dear Fonseca:

My son is in 7th grade. His class president is vacating his position because his family is relocating. My son is thinking about running for class president against a more popular student, who also happens to be a jock and a bully. My son is also popular and would do well against the other boy. My son recently got some ‘dirt’ on his potential opponent and wants to use it to embarrass him and win the election. I am not sure if that’s the right thing to do. The bully deserves to be put in his place. If my son spills the dirt it may not make him any better than the bully. The election reminds me of Trump vs Clinton. If you were me, would you allow your son to spill the dirt?

Winter Blues Survey

A new survey by Accountemps reveals that 56% of people experience the ‘Winter Blues’ in January. Other findings:

– 26% of people say January is the least happy month of the year

– 20% of people say they are least happy in the Summer

Top Reasons People Cheat according to a new report published in the Journal of Sex Research

1. 77% … lack of lovemaing and romance

2. 74% … need more variety

3. 70% … feel neglected

4. 70% … drunk

5. 57% … boost own self esteem

6. 43% … out of anger

7. 41% .. feel little commitment to their partner

8. 32% … for physical pleasure

ob Interview Survey

A new survey by Careerbuilder reveals that 49% of bosses know if a job candidate is a good fit or not within the first five minutes of their interview.

Top 10 interview blunders …

Failing to make eye contact: 65%

Failing to smile: 36%

Playing with something on the table: 33%

Having bad posture: 30%

Fidgeting too much in their seat: 29%

Crossing their arms over their chest: 26%

Playing with their hair or touching their face: 25%

Having a weak handshake: 22%

Using too many hand gestures: 11%

Having a handshake that is too strong: 7%

Dining Out Survey

A new survey by Zagat reveals that 43% of people are in favor of getting rid of tipping when dining out. Other findings:

– the average person eats out 4.9 times per week

– the average restaurant meal costs $36.40 per person

– 24% of people say excessive noise has ruined one of their meals.

– 13% of people would take a plane ride to get their favorite meal

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