Episode 34

The bigger the booty, the bigger the brains?

The bigger the booty, the bigger the brains?

Naughty Gossip, citing a new study by the University of Oxford, reveals that women with large booties are smarter and produce smarter children than women with smaller booties. Scientists studied, what they called, “big bottomed women” and found that they have lower cholesterol levels, lower glucose levels and less illness than women with smaller butts, and their kids do better in school than children from smaller ladies.

Queensland claims that Emoji license plates will soon be available in Australia. The vanity plates will contain the Emoji symbols for “laugh out loud,” “heart,” “smile,” “wink,” and “sunglasses.” Law enforcement officials are concerned that the new plates may make it more difficult to identify vehicles. ¬†One police office said, ” “How do you write down the Emoji in your plate number after an accident?.”

And finally,

The Daily Mail claims Jake Woodruff, of Wayne, New Jersey, recently proposed to Kara Crampton…at a shooting range! The couple was firing when a target came down with a message that read; ‘Will you marry me?’ The target had a YES and NO at the bottom. Cara picked up a gun and shot out the YES target. Jade then dropped to one knee and placed a ring on her finger.

Crooks save the day!

Crooks save the day!

NBC claims a Highlands Ranch, Colorado Girl Scout is attempting to boost cookie sales by placing pictures of Jason Momoa on the front of her Samoa cookie boxes. Charlotte Holmberg has renamed her cookies Momoa’s. The front of her boxes feature a topless picture of Jason along with a description of the cookies. He was in Game of Thrones and Aquaman.

News18 claims New York professor John Pfaff recently found a 1983 Apple 2 computer in his parents’ attic. The computer works and is allowing John to play several games including Millionware, Neuromancer and Olympic Decathlon. John’s floppy disks are also working as he found copies of his high school homework. We tried to email him but his modem won’t pick up.

And finally,

The Daily Mail says five inmates from New Port Richey, Florida are being hailed as heroes for rescuing a baby from an SUV. The prisoners were on work duty when Joe Lantry locked his keys in his car. His daughter Dallas was in the backseat. The inmates used a wire coat hanger to unlock the SUV. It took them less than two minutes to get inside the car. (Cause you know, some of them had lots of experience in that area.)