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It’s Monday and we have to work every day this week! Ouch!
First thing.  How many grooves are there on the edge of a quarter?
A: 119.
Trivia hounds listen up.
Sign-up for Team Trivia sponsored by Lake Hits 95 at Port 104
Friday, Feb 1st registration starts at 6:15pm, trivia to start at 7pm.
$50 per team. Cash Prizes for top 3 teams.
Email me bjohnson@q-mediagroup.com

 

 10 seconds of fame
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is adding a new section to his LinkedIn page.  He made a brief cameo in Sunday night’s episode of The Simpsons.  The animated family went on a road trip during the episode and it included a stop in the Big Apple.  A yellow Mayor de Blasio puts “Grampa” Simpson on his shoulders and makes a joke about being tall.  The cameo was less than 10 seconds long.  De Blasio has said he’s a huge fan of The Simpsons.

Source: NY Times

Someone need a razor?

 A woman in England has launched a campaign that encourages women to grow out their body hair for the month of January.
Women from all over the world are taking part in the Januhairy campaign – with money being raised for Body Gossip, a charity that educates young people about body image.

Source (BBC)

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