Rob's Screwy News - Thursday
Mar 16th, 2012
Back in 1949, a 19-year-old fell in love with a girl his identical twin had just started dating . . . so he pulled the old "twin-switch" move and went on a date with her. They fell in love, got married three years later . . . and THEN he told her he'd switched with his twin. Amazingly, the relationship survived . . . and now they're celebrating their 60th anniversary.
This seems like an AWFUL lot of effort to figure out that Americans like cars and junk food. A company analyzed 2.7 BILLION social media messages looking for the phrase "I want." And they found it's most commonly followed by PIZZA, ICE CREAM, or a CAR. Eight of the top 10 wants for both genders are food.
70% of employees are Facebook friends with their boss and coworkers worldwide . . . but only 25% are the in U.S. (
Google is considering a plan to replace the sound of the phone ringing when you're making a call . . . with paid advertisements.
According to a new study, the two times of day when pedestrians are most likely to get HIT BY CARS are 8:38 A.M. and 6:22 P.M. Both of those are in the middle of major commuting times . . . and when both drivers and pedestrians are bored and messing around with their phones.