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National Tire Safety Week

It's National Tire Safety Week which is a good reminder to make sure you're being safe out there on the roads. Here are five things you're supposed to do this week... 1. Check your tire pressure. It fluctuates with the weather and can drop about one PSI per month. You can usually find your optimum...
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National Eat What You Want Day

Since Saturday is National Eat what you Want Day, If you could eat ANY food every day without suffering the consequences, what would it be? Here are the ten most common answers people gave in a new survey... 1. Pizza. 2. Burgers. 3. Ice cream. 4. Mexican food. 5. Chocolate. 6. Carb-heavy stuff,...
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National Paranormal Day

Today is National Paranormal Day, so here are some results from a new survey. It turns out that this country is WAY more into ghosts than you might guess... 1. Four out of five people believe in ghosts. 45% say they believe even though they've never seen one . . . and 35% say they believe BECAUSE...
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National Honesty Day

Today is National Honesty Day. Apparently it's been a holiday since the early '90s. You're supposed to go all day without telling a single lie. And according to a new survey, a lot of us should have NO problem doing it . . . because over a quarter of people claim they NEVER lie. Another 18% said...
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Watch: Gavin DeGraw Falls On Ice After National Anthem

Gavin DeGraw sang the national anthem at the Nashville Predators/Dallas Stars game over the weekend... Then wiped out. DOWN GOES GAVIN DEGRAW pic.twitter.com/aAcmhKGHxj — Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) April 20, 2019
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National Garlic Day

Today is National Garlic Day, and here are five new stats from a survey about garlic in honor of this prestigious and very real holiday... 1. Only 12% of people say it's okay to have GARLIC BREATH. 2. But if they're really attracted to you, they'll deal with it . . . because only 5% of people say...
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National Siblings Day

Today is National Siblings Day. According to a new survey, 8% of people have had a fight with their siblings that either drew BLOOD or left marks. Here are some more results from the survey, all of which are more peaceful than that one . . . 1. 89% of Americans have a sibling . . . and one out of...
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National Beer Day

Sunday is National Beer Day. And the date actually isn't random. On April 7th, 1933, FDR took the first major step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law that would allow people to brew and distribute beer in the U.S. A survey in honor of the holiday asked people who drink beer how many they...
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National Burrito Day

It's National Burrito Day, and a few national chains have deals going on. Here are the five best deals we've seen... 1. Baja Fresh has $5 burritos. You have to hit their Facebook page for the coupon. 2. Moe's Southwest Grill is also selling burritos for five bucks. 3. Chipotle has free delivery if...
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National Respect Your Cat Day

Today is National Respect Your Cat Day, and according to a new survey of cat owners, we might just respect them a little TOO MUCH already. Check this out... 1. 64% say they'd rather spend a quiet night alone with their cat than their significant other. 2. 37% say their cat "gets them" better than...
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