Sue's Daily Scoop (39)

Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:00

Daily Scoop for Week of January 19th

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Thursday January 22nd and Women's Healthy Weight Day

Happy Birthday to Steve Perry of the band Journey who is 66. It is National Southern Food Day, what is your favorite Southern Food

The Indianapolis Colts say that when the played the Patriots in November, they had concerns about the under inflated footballs.

NBC has announced that it will launch a free digital video stream on Super Bowl Sunday. 11 hours of coverage including all four quarters and the halftime show.

Cavs won last night..now 4 in a row

A new decaffeinated coffee has been developed by a company that actually helps you fall asleep. Counting Sheep Coffee's new 40 Winks contains an herb called valerian root, which makes you feel drowsy.

Sunday, 11 January 2015 19:00

Daily Scoop for Week of January 12th

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Scoop for  Thursday January 15th Get to Know Your Customers Day, it is also National Hat Day and  National Strawberry Ice Cream Day

This Sunday is the championship games to determine the super bowl….but it was on this day in 1967 First Super Bowl was played:  The Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs (35-10) in Los Angeles.

In other sports news: the Cavs have lost 9 of 11 and they are at the Lakers Tonight 

 Nominations are out for the worst movies of the year. The Razzies. Transformers, Saving Christmas, and Left Behind lead the list.

A Greasy Spoon In England is offering an 8,000 calorie breakfast, that you must sign a waiver first before you eat! LOL

A new study shows kids will eat healthier and better if they have recess BEFORE lunch at school!

Match.com found that if you want to make an instant connection with your date, just say his or her name at least twice in the course of the conversation.

The service this tax season from the IRS may be the worst ever. Less than half of calls will be answered. “devastating erosion of taxpayer service.”

Sunday, 04 January 2015 19:00

Daily Scoop week of January 5th

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Today is Monday 1/5/2015 and Blue Monday (First Monday of the Year) Nikelodean has Proclaimed this day of positivity Today Begins - National Lose Weight/Feel Great Week

Is the busiest week of the year for all the online dating sights. There is no shortage of singles. 120 million people are single in America. Conversely More petitions for divorce are filed today than any other day of the year! First Monday of the year.

About 80 percent of employers gave their employees some type of holiday bonus at the end of the year, up from 53 percent just a year ago. 

The Hobbit is number one at the movies  three weeks in a row..

Cavs – Mavericks in town last night  (lost) - Next game Wednesday at home – Hawks

One Week From Tonight – Ohio State plays Oregon for the National Title. The Ohio State/ Alabama game last week was the hightest rated and most watched TV show in cable TV history, 30 million watched

Autumn Rain Stover in Cleveland born January 1....so were both of her parents. The odds against that are 48 million to one!

Taylor Swifts new album (1989) was the biggest selling album of 2014, edging out Frozen

Sad News -Long time ESPN Anchor and pop culture legend Stuart Scott died this weekend of cancer, he was 49

Wednesday, 31 December 2014 06:20

New Year Eve Scoop

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Daily Scoop for New Year's Eve December 31st

Lady A, FGL, Blake and more country artists are performing New Year's Eve in various places:

Lady Antebellum headlines Nashville's New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway. Their performance will be beamed live as part of Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2015, which airs on ABC. 

Taylor Swiftand Florida Georgia Line will perform also on the show from New York's Times Square at 8 p.m. ET.

Blake Shelton joins two of his buddies from The Voice, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams, on New Year's Eve With Carson Daly at 10 p.m. ET. on NBC.

The Band Perry will perform on Pitbull's New Year's Revolution starting at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.Keith Urban is the headliner for Canada’s biggest New Year’s Eve party at Queen Victoria Park in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

Monday, 29 December 2014 06:17

Daily Scoop New Years Week

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Daily Scoop for Monday December 29th

The Christmas season begins at sundown on December 24th and lasts through sundown on January 5th. For that reason, this season is also known as the “Twelve Days of Christmas.”

Over the holiday weekend …Chris Rock: The comedian's wife has confirmed they're divorcing about almost 20 years of marriage.

Monday, 22 December 2014 08:16

Christmas Week Scoop 2014

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Merry Christmas!

Wednesday  – Christmas Eve BTW – Egg Nog Day & National Bake Day. It has been determined that Santa would make about 140 Grand a year if he were an employee

The Christmas season begins at sundown on December 24th and lasts through sundown on January 5th. For that reason, this season is also known as the “Twelve Days of Christmas.”

National Chocolate Day.....- It's a Wonderful Life - airs on NBC tonight. Christmas story marathon running today too! 

Monday, 15 December 2014 08:22

Daily Scoop For week of December 15th

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Thursday is Answer “The Telephone Like Buddy The Elf Day”, National “I Love Honey” Day, And on this day in 1966 Doctor Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas made its debut on CBS. Free Shipping Day / National Re-gifting Day

New report says Ohio IS The ninth most popular state for beer! Pennsylvania is number one.

Yoga Is GREAT for your heart. In fact, it's about as good a traditional exercise. Pilates is great for you too.

This year, chocolate, bourbon and coffee are going to go through big price hikes! Yikes!

One in every 8 Americans got a Starbucks gift card last year. And this year, they will sell 2 million on Christmas Eve alone!

Tuesday, 09 December 2014 06:37

Daily Scoop for Dec 8th

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Thursday Scoop:-  National “Have a Bagel” Day. Cavs play tonight in Oklahoma City (8th straight)

Happy anniversary to Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks, 9 years today! His album also is number one again, 3 weeks!

TIME magazine has chosen "The Ebola Fighters" as its 2014 "Persons of the Year."

Someone stole over 100 school bus batteries from the Atlanta School system last night. Right out of the busses

Two nice stories: a widow In Boston – Dropped her wedding ring(s) of her and her late husband in a Salvation Army Kettle in honor of her late husband. Worth a few grand.

Waitress – At a Branson Missouri Cracker Barrel got a tip of a 2008 Ford Fusion and Car insurance for a year from a customer. Her car was horrible, and the patron said it needed to be replaced.

Monday, 24 November 2014 06:22

Daily Scoop for Thanksgiving Week

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Wednesday—it is November 26th and the day before Thanksgiving. It is Shopping Reminder Day. National Cake Day.  It's National Flossing Day.

Garth has cancelled his TV appearances this week, in response the unrest in Missouri. Said it just didn't feel right to promote his album, with more important things going on

There is a big storm system on the East Coast, that is going to heavily impact Thanksgiving travel for about 3 days

Researchers say the scent combo that men absolutely love is pumpkin pie and lavender.

DWTS the Winner is …..Alphonso Robierio

Monday, 17 November 2014 08:23

Daily Scoop for week of November 17

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Friday is  - World Hello Day and  World Television Day –also it is National Gingerbread Day

As sad as it is, more and more women keep coming out and accusing Bill Cosby of the same thing. 3 more new accusations yesterday

Due to the heavy snow in Buffalo this week, Sunday's Bills-New York Jets game will be played Monday night in Detroit. There are 300,000 TONS of snow to be removed from Buffalo's Wilson Stadium

Ever notice that your deodorant, soap, and razors cost more than your guy’s? In fact, women pay up to $1,300 a year more than men for the exact same products.

Since the release of the movie a year ago, there have been 3 million Elsa or Anna dresses sold in North America alone. That's about how many four-year-old girls there are on this continent.

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