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Jadium – February 18

Wed, 2/18/2015 6:00 AM

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Categories: Entertainment

Depending on the Internet

Wed, 2/18/2015 5:00 AM

Samantha Sakers in Centreville, Virginia, writes:

Do you think our country–and the world in general–is overly dependent on the electronic transfer of information? I keep hearing about hackers breaking into various computer systems and stealing credit-card information, emails, and other personal information. Occasionally I hear about outages of several hours or a day or two at major Internet companies, causing grief for their customers. I wonder how much longer it will be before we have attackers bringing down the entire Internet–or large portions of it–for days or weeks. What do you think?

Marilyn responds:

I’m sure that significant problems lie ahead, but as we become accustomed to electronic dependence, organizations, institutions, and governments all over the world are busily constructing safeguards and fallback measures. The growth of civilization has fostered all sorts of dependencies, such as our reliance on water systems, food transportation, electricity grids, and much more. Scary, yes. But too scary? No

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Categories: Entertainment

Numbrix 9 – February 18

Tue, 2/17/2015 7:00 PM
Categories: Entertainment

Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day! Celebrate with 31 Easy Acts of Kindness

Tue, 2/17/2015 1:46 PM

“Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you.” —Diana, Princess of Wales

One of the most beloved members of the royal family, Princess Diana stood as a shining example of kindness. Always in the spotlight, she used her status as British royalty to show the world how and why kindness is important in life. Use your situation, no matter the position, to spread sincere thoughtfulness and encourage others to do the same.

Each year on Feb. 17, Americans celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day. From a simple “Good morning!” greeting to a supersized tip for your hardworking waiter, random acts of kindness come in many forms and sizes. Here’s a list of 31 easy-to-do ideas to spread kindness today and throughout the year:

  1. Buy the person’s coffee behind you in the Starbucks drive-thru line or pick up an extra cup of Joe for a co-worker.
  2. Pick up the tab for a couple’s dinner when you dine at a restaurant.
  3. Put a few extra coins in someone else’s parking meter or leave your change in the vending machine for the next person to find.
  4. Send a “just because” handwritten note via snail mail to an old friend.
  5. Leave a generous tip for your waiter/waitress or drop your change in the tip jar at your favorite café.
  6. Bring a treat to work. (For example, donuts for a busy morning or cookies for after lunch)
  7. Offer to buy a meal for a homeless person.
  8. Let someone merge into your lane on the highway during your morning commute.
  9. Donate your old eyeglasses to a charity such as the Lions Club that will provide them to those less fortunate.
  10. Volunteer at an animal shelter.
  11. Leave a treat in your mailbox for the mailman.
  12. Cook and deliver dinner to a new family or busy parents.
  13. Purge your closets and donate old clothes and shoes to Goodwill or a local homeless shelter.
  14. Compliment someone.
  15. Bake a surprise cake, cupcakes or cookies to celebrate a co-worker’s birthday or give a “just because” treat to a neighbor.
  16. Strike up a pleasant conversation with the stranger next to you on public transportation.
  17. Send a package of recent photos to your parents and/or grandparents. They will appreciate the update and photos to share with their friends.
  18. Greet public service workers and say “thank you.”
  19. Give up your seat on public transportation.
  20. Write a letter to someone who has influenced your life in a positive way and thank him or her (For example, a former teacher, boss, coworker, friend).
  21. Donate towels, newspaper or basic cleaning supplies to your local animal shelter. Check local websites for lists of their most-needed items.
  22. Organize a food drive at your workplace to benefit a local food bank.
  23. Compliment a good server or retail clerk to their manager.
  24. Give an anonymous gift card to someone in need.
  25. Leave flowers on a neighbor’s doorstep.
  26. Fill a backpack with toiletries like deodorant, toothpaste and toothbrush and give it to a homeless person.
  27. Pay the toll for the person behind you.
  28. Visit senior citizens at a local nursing home.
  29. Donate $1 or more when the cashier asks you to help a cause.
  30. Buy a sweet treat from a kid’s bake sale.
  31. Create a kit of fun stationary, pens and stamps to deliver to someone with a long hospital stay.
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Categories: Entertainment

Celebrating One Year of NBC’s Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Tue, 2/17/2015 1:38 PM

It’s hard to believe that it’s been an entire year since Jimmy Fallon took over hosting duties at The Tonight Show. The show and host fit together perfectly.

Fallon previously hosted Late Night which followed at 12:30 a.m., and it was there that he developed his style and built a huge–and loyal–following.

When he came to Tonight, he brought a fresh approach to the show. While he still does a standard monologue and has guest interviews, he also brought the show into the 21st century by using the comedy skills he honed at Saturday Night Live, by utilizing social media (Twitter in particular), and by making viral videos.

There have been so many great moments on the show that it was difficult to pick just a few.

So, sit back and enjoy these highlights from the past year with Jimmy Fallon and his celebrity guests.

Happy anniversary, Jimmy! It’s been a great year. Here’s to many, many more years of fun and laughs!


The $100 Bet

A classic from the first show. Jimmy collects on a bet.




Jimmy stars in Saved By the Bell

The cast from the Saturday morning classic Saved By the Bell appears in an updated version of their show.




“Wheel Of Impressions”

The great actor Kevin Spacey stops by and he and Jimmy play a game. These two are incredible together.




The Evolution of Hip-Hop Dancing

Will Smith appears (in “Fresh Prince” attire) and he and Jimmy have a “dance-off.”




Hashtags: #MomTexts

Jimmy loves hashtags, and in this clip he reads some texts, submitted by viewers, of #MomTexts.




Jimmy Remakes the Fresh Prince Opening

I love this. I just love this! It’s especially great that some former cast members appear




Lip-Sync Battle with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart

Snort! I can’t stop laughing. Watch. You will too!





It’s time to play the classic game show “Password,” with guest Ellen DeGeneres, Steve Carell, and Reese Witherspoon. (I guess Betty White was busy that day.)




The Evolution of End-Zone Dancing

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy demonstrate their version of the “End-Zone” Dance.




We Are the Champions

Jimmy, The Roots, and a host of musical guest stars perform an a-cappella version of the Queen hit “We Are the Champions.”




Celebrity photo-bomb

Jimmy and Jon Hamm (Mad Men) photo-bomb people who are having their souvenir photos taken on the roof of the studio building (Top of the Rock).




Kevin Bacon’s entrance

Dancing was “banned” on The Tonight Show, and Kevin Bacon recreated his dance sequence for the ’80s classic Footloose. He still has the moves!





The one-and-only Carol Burnett visits and demonstrates why she is a comic legend. Join Carol and Jimmy for “Tensions.”



Michele Wojciechowski is the award-winning author of the humor book Next Time I Move, They’ll Carry Me Out in a Box, writer of the award-winning humor column, Wojo’s World®, and a not-yet award-winning stand-up comic. Like Fallon, Wojo loves photo-bombing and lip-syncing. Instead of millions of viewers, though, she has her family and her dogs. They are not amused. For more Wojo and lots of funny stuff, check out her website at www.wojosworld.com.

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Categories: Entertainment

The Daily Cute: Orca, Orca, Orca!

Tue, 2/17/2015 1:32 PM

Orca whales are a fairly rare sight, both in nature and on the internet, so I’ve gathered several photos here for you to enjoy. It’s tough to call them “killer whales” when they look this adorable playing with their kids or swimming by themselves.

Click here to see “Funny Pets Live: A Retrospective” and check back every weekday for a new Daily Cute!

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