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TMC Show Highlights… Wednesday, December 4

TMC Show Highlights… Wednesday, December 4

“Baby, It’s Cold Outside” poll question … Predictions for the 10 trendy foods of 2020 … The 10 most downloaded iPhone apps of the year … A guy tired to return a phone and forgot he left his meth pipe in the box …

Contests on the show…

Should we play “Baby, It’s Cold Outside”?

Your opinion matters!


Here are predictions for the 10 trendy foods of 2020… including squid ink, collagen, and bone broth…

Ready to find out you’re NOT the trendy eater you think you are just because you ate a salad with quinoa three times in the past two years?

Uber Eats just released its predictions for the 10 trendy foods of 2020 based on people’s ordering trends.  And they are . . . um . . . well . . .

  1. Star fruit.
  2. Squid ink.
  3. Collagen.
  4. Reishi, which is an Asian mushroom.
  5. Keto diet foods.
  6. Brussels sprouts. Hey!  How did these make the list?
  7. Farro, which is a whole grain.
  8. Harissa, which is a chili pepper paste used in North African cooking.
  9. Pho, which is a Vietnamese soup.
  10. Bone broth.

Go here for more.

Here are the 10 most downloaded iPhone apps of the year…

Apple just released its list of the most downloaded iPhone apps of 2019.  And the biggest surprise is . . . that there are still THIS many people who DIDN’T already have things like YouTube and Google Maps.

Here are the 10 apps that got the most downloads this year.

  1. YouTube.
  2. Instagram.
  3. Snapchat.
  4. TikTok. This is the biggest jump on the list . . . it was 16th in 2018.
  5. Facebook Messenger.
  6. Gmail.
  7. Netflix.
  8. Facebook.
  9. Google Maps.
  10. Amazon.

Go here for more.

A guy tired to return a phone and forgot he left his meth pipe in the box…

Here’s another reminder that if you do a bunch of drugs, your cognitive skills WILL decline . . .

A 50-year-old guy named Marvin Cumberworth tried to return a cell phone to a store in North Vernon, Indiana on Friday.  (About 50 miles southeast of Indianapolis.)

But he forgot he was storing his METH PIPE in the box instead of the phone.  And when employees found it, they called the cops.

Cops tracked Marvin down and found a small amount of meth on him.  Then they found a bunch more at his house, along with about six ounces of pot.

He eventually admitted he sells drugs to supplement his income.  So he’s facing charges for dealing.

And he accidentally got his FRIEND arrested too.

40-year-old James Earl was at Marvin’s house when the cops showed up, and also had meth on him.  He’s facing multiple charges for possession and paraphernalia.

Go here for Marvin’s mugshot and go here for his friend’s mugshot.
Go here for more on this story.

Whatchamacallit Wednesday… Win Amigos!

I describe a person, place, or a thing. If you guess correctly, you win!

Whatchamacall a garment that covers the lower part of the leg? It is typically knitted from wool, cotton, or nylon.    

Whatchamacallit?
A.  Sock
B.  Ear warmers
C.  Jeffrey Epstein

Answer:  A. Sock  |  Today is National Sock Day!  |  Go here for more.

Survey Says?! Win Kearney Cinema 8!

According to a recent survey, the average American will spend $28,766 on THIS in their life. 


Answer:  Snacks. And sweet snacks are slightly more popular than salty.  |  Go here for more.

More results . . .

Researchers found the average American spends $9.22 a week on snacks, which seems like a pretty conservative estimate to us.

That adds up to $479.44 a year . . . or $28,766 over the course of your entire adult life.

The survey also looked at our snacking preferences, and found sweet snacks are slightly more popular than salty.  37% of people said they prefer sweet stuff, compared to 34% who said salty.  Apparently the other 29% were split.

The survey also asked people about weird food PAIRINGS they’d like to try.  And the #1 vote-getter was French fries with mayo . . . 48% would try it.  (Wow, real risky, America.  You can pretty much try that at ANY fast food place.)

The top strange food pairings we’d like to try also include steak with ketchup, 36% . . . cheddar cheese on apple pie, 21% . . . tuna salad with hot sauce, 15% . . . and chocolate on pizza, 14%.

The Moore Yoou Knoow! 

Random facts to feed your brain…

  1. Around 25% of the words we use every day are the 10 most common words in English: The, be, to, of, and, a, in, that, have, and I.

  1. John Elway didn’t just play football. He pitched and played right field when he was at Stanford.  The New York Yankees drafted him in the second round of the 1981 draft.  That was five spots AHEAD of Tony Gwynn, and he’s in the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    Elway got $150,000 for playing for a Yankees minor league team, but then he decided to go to the NFL.

  2. There are only two countries in South America that are totally landlocked: Bolivia and Paraguay.  Every other country touches an ocean. 

  1. Erik Estrada didn’t have a motorcycle license when he was on “CHiPs”.

  1. Dick Cheney’s Labrador was banned from Camp David . . . for attacking George W. Bush’s Scottish terrier.