March 27th is the 87th day of the year. There are 279 days remaining until the end of the year
There are 16 days remaining until Easter
There are 178 days remaining until Fall begins (Sept 22)
Today is National Cleavage Day, Viagra Day, International Scribble Day, National Joe Day, National Spanish Paella Day, Quirky Country Music Song Titles Day and World Theatre Day
— On this date in 1866, the urinal was invented
A Dunkin Donuts in Tucson, Arizona held a pajama party yesterday in their drive-thru. People were given free donuts when they ordered in their pajamas from their car. Dunkin wanted to reward customers for social distancing
Canada Dry just rolled out a new flavor called Canada Dry Bold that has a stronger, SPICIER ginger flavor. And according to one review, quote, “It’s strong. Burns at the end. But you get used to it.”
McDonald’s is cutting all-day breakfast during the coronavirus pandemic to simplify operations. The president of McDonald’s says it WILL be back eventually . . . but no one knows when.
TV TODAY: SEASON PREMIERE: OZARK – Jason Bateman and Laura Linney return for season 3, which is set six months after the events of the previous season. (Netflix)
One of the few positive effects of the coronavirus has been the early home video release of movies caught in the no man’s land of coming out in the weeks prior to pandemic’s disruption. One of those unlucky pictures was Harrison Ford’s The Call of the Wild. The film was released in theaters on February 21. The Call of the Wild is out today (March 27) in digital download format.
The Powerball lotto game just announced that during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s going to be cutting its minimum jackpots in HALF, from $40 million to $20 million . . . and they’ll grow slower too when no one wins. It’s because lottery ticket sales are way down right now.
Only one in three people say they’re working in a career or a field that they dreamed about as a kid, according to a new survey. And the five most common childhood dream jobs are: Teacher . . . pro athlete . . . doctor . . . veterinarian . . . and nurse. Bar owner Patrick Berger recently completed his own version of Lent by surviving on nothing, but beer, coffee, and vitamins for 40 days. The challenge was inspired by 17th century monks. Patrick drank between three and four beers per day and lost 34 pounds. He ended his fast by eating garlic soup after his doctor told him to slowly ease back into solid