Pancakes or burgers? (poll)… A pit bull saved a family from a fire (pic)… 20 best comedies of the 21st century… Domino’s is now driving around the country fixing potholes…
Contests on the show…
Imagine Dragons Tickets (register)
6:20am Wake Up Call (Pump & Pantry coffee and donut)
7:20am Story Problem Tuesday (Amigos)
8:20am Survey Says (Raising Canes + Kearney Cinema 8)
9:30am Club KQ (Nebraska Danger Tickets)
Poll of the day…
A pit bull saved a family from a fire, and tired to drag a baby out by its diaper…
This dog gets to pee on every carpet for the rest of its life. Its owners can’t get mad about anything after this…
Earlier this month, a mom in Stockton, California named Nana Chai left her eight-month-old pit bull Sasha in the backyard overnight. Then around midnight, it started barking like crazy and scratching on the door.
It turned out a neighbor’s apartment had caught FIRE while they weren’t home. And nobody in the apartment complex realized it. But when Nana got up to check on Sasha, she saw the fire.
So at that point, she ran back to her bedroom to get her 7-month-old BABY. But Sasha was way ahead of her… and was already there trying to drag the kid out by her DIAPER.
Nana took over and carried the kid the rest of the way. And in the end, everyone in the apartment complex made it out safely, including the dog.
The 20 best comedies of the 21st century…
“Rolling Stone” and 19 of their writers put together a list of ‘The 50 Greatest Comedies of the 21st Century,’ which includes a “cross-section” of funny movies, featuring everything from romantic comedies to heavier, darker satires.
Here’s the Top 20:
- “Best in Show”, 2000
- The political satire “In the Loop”, 2009
- “Bridesmaids”, 2011
- “Step Brothers”, 2008
- “Idiocracy”, 2006
- “Punch Drunk Love”, 2002
- The German movie “Toni Erdmann”, 2016
- “Shaun of the Dead”, 2004
- “The 40 Year Old Virgin”, 2005
- “State and Main”, 2000
- “In Bruges”, 2008
- “Anchorman”, 2004
- The political satire “The Death of Stalin”, 2017
- “Everybody Wants Some!!”, 2016. It was director Richard Linklater’s “spiritual sequel” to “Dazed and Confused”.
- “A Serious Man”, 2009
- “Lady Bird”, 2017
- “What We Do in the Shadows”, 2014
- “Tropic Thunder”, 2008
- “Mean Girls”, 2004
- “The Grand Budapest Hotel”, 2014
Elsewhere on the list they’ve got… “Borat” at #21, “The LEGO Movie” at #22, “School of Rock” at #25, “Team America: World Police” at #29, “Sideways” at #39, “Jackass” at #43, “Legally Blonde” at #45, and “Harold & Kumar” at #47.
Domino’s is now driving around the country fixing potholes…
So it’s come to this: Government on every level in this country is SO ineffective that FAST FOOD CHAINS are our best hope for infrastructure improvements.
Domino’s just announced a new plan to drive around the country and fix POTHOLES.
They’re framing it as a way to, quote, “save pizza” by giving a smoother ride to delivery drivers and people driving home with carryout… but really, it’s just a smart marketing campaign that’s promoting their pizza while simultaneously doing some real good.
They’ve already started fixing potholes in Bartonville, Texas… Milford, Delaware… Athens, Georgia… and Burbank, California.
And they’re taking nominations on their website for other towns to help at PavingForPizza.com.
But not every town will get the Domino’s paving crew, though… in some cases, they’ll just be sending the city some money.
Survey Says… Win Raising Canes + Kearney Cinema 8!
According to a new survey, the average person doesn’t think they’re grown up until age 33. THIS is the top sign you’re an “adult child.”
- Binge watching an entire season of a TV show in a weekend.
- Getting a tattoo.
- Being in group text chats with your friends.
- Using Snapchat’s selfie filters.
- Buying a pair of limited edition sneakers.
- Listening to pop music.
- Voting for someone on a reality singing show.
- Going to a music festival.
- Regularly raiding your cupboards for cookies.
- Using a “funny” phone case.
The Moore Yoou Knooow!
Random facts to feed your brain…
- Jeff Bezos’ biological father was a unicycle rider with the Ringling Brothers circus.
- Hello Kitty was created in Japan… but she’s British. Because when Hello Kitty was created in the 1960s, British culture was trendy in Japan.
- The yellow “Support Our Troops” ribbon is trademarked… by the Canadian government. It can only be used legally with their permission.
- Abraham Lincoln didn’t meet his first vice president, Hannibal Hamlin, until after they were elected. Lincoln picked him because Hamlin was from Maine, to help get votes from the northeast.
- The first time the “New York Times” mentioned Adolf Hitler was on November 21st, 1922. The article said, quote, “Hitler’s anti-Semitism was not so violent or genuine as it sounded.”