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Everything costs a bit more these days and Little Caesars is not immune. In fact, their “Hot-N-Ready Pizza” which cost $ 5 also costs a little more. The “new and improved” version of this popular pizza is now $ 5.55. And before you get upset, know that this is the first price increase in 25 years and it comes with 33% more pepperoni.
United Van Lines has compiled a list of the states most people move to… and those they leave.
The hottest destination states last year were Vermont, South Dakota, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Florida. These states that see the greatest exodus? New Jersey (at the top of the list for the fourth consecutive year), Illinois, New York, Connecticut… and California.
Learn more about Madden… It was common knowledge that Madden couldn’t stand flying, which is why he took that bus for every game he aired during his career. On that bus, there was a permanent rule that wasn’t negotiable… no one was allowed to take a shit in the bathroom. According to former NFL player and executive Matt Millen, only three people have ever dared to break Madden’s “poo rule”. They were: Millen, producer Fox Richie zyontz, and hockey legend Wayne gretzky. Millen says that, for some reason, Gretzky still has “a pass.”
Today is National Spaghetti Day AND National Fun Facts Day. So here are some spaghetti trivia: A single strand of spaghetti is called a “spaghetto”. McDonald’s used to offer “McSpaghetti” on their menu. And only 3% of Americans never eat spaghetti.
Our favorite sauce not made by Mama Silona is the real Sicilian Mids. Find it at your favorite grocer.
YES or NO: Is spaghetti the MOST popular Italian dish in the United States? According to a recent poll. . .
NO, this is the THIRD. Garlic bread is the first. Lasagna is second. Then spaghetti, macaroni and cheese and ravioli.
Two random facts on Tuesday:
- that of Dr Seuss his real name is Theodor Geisel. He coined the pseudonym “Seuss” when he was caught drinking in college and banned from extracurricular activities. . . but I wanted to continue writing for the humorous journal.
- Elvis’s the best-selling album of all time was “Elvis Christmas Album”. It is also the best-selling Christmas album. . . globally. It has sold over 10 million copies.
LeBron James says he wants to see his son in the NBA
Quote: “I want him to reach the NBA. I’m not even going to lie. I want to be in the field with him. I think it would be an amazing time. . . he might get closer, but we’ll see.
Bronny is a high school student and already considered a top prospect. He will graduate in 2023, and NBA rules state that a season must pass after a prospect graduates before they can make the draft. This would make Bronny eligible in 2024.
LeBron Sr. is 37 years old and is in his 19th season in the NBA. . . but he’s still playing at a level high enough to last at least a few more seasons. If all of this happens, he and Bronny could either be the first father-son teammates, or the first father-son opponents, in NBA history.
Have you ever wondered which movie was the most popular the year you were born? MentalFloss put together a list based on the movies that made the most money, starting in 1950. Here are a few random years:
JT 1963 – Cleopatra
Kenny 1964 – Mary poppins
Brian – A Space Odyssey
To see which movie was leading the year you were born, mentalfloss.com
The Cavaliers take on the Memphis Grizzlies tonight from Rocket Mortgage Field House at 6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. before the game on 1480 WHBC
On television tonight’s premiere “Judge Steve Harvey” at 8:00 p.m. on ABC. An unscripted audience comedy where Steve harvey develops its own “common sense” rules for presiding over legal affairs
The series premiere of the sitcom “American car” at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. The pilot aired last month. It is from the creator of “Hypermarket” and stars Ana Gasteyer as the new CEO of an auto company in Detroit who knows nothing about cars.
The series premiere of the sitcom “Large crew” at 8:30 p.m. on NBC. The pilot aired last month. This is a group of young black professionals in LA
The sixth and final season of “It’s us” at 9:00 p.m. on NBC.
The eighth and final season of “Blackish” at 9:30 p.m. on ABC.
Today is Tuesday, January 4, 2022
Today in the history of sport
1957 – The Dodgers bought a twin-engine, 44-passenger plane for $ 775,000. They were the first team to own their own aircraft.
1976 – The Dallas Cowboys became the first wild-card team to qualify for the Super Bowl. They beat the Los Angeles Ram 37-7 in the NFC title game.
1983 – The USFL (United States Football League) held their first player draft.
1996 – Don Shula has announced his retirement from the coach of the Miami Dolphins after 26 seasons. Ended his career with 328 victories. # 2 George Halas 318, # 3 Bill Belichick 290, # 4 Tom Landry 250. # 5 Andy Reid 232.
Don Shula would have been 92 today. Passed away in 2020.