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MORGAN FREEMAN and MICHAEL CAINE were being interviewed by a Seattle TV station Wednesday morning about their upcoming movie "Now You See Me".
And it must have been too early for Morgan, because the whole time Michael was talking, he was nodding off.
The video went viral yesterday, and Morgan joked, quote, "I wasn't actually sleeping. I'm a beta tester for Google Eyelids. I was merely updating my Facebook page."
If you celebrate Memorial Day -- and the unofficial arrival of summer -- with a big cookout or picnic, you're going to need something to drink with all that grilled deliciousness. Aside from a pitcher of iced tea or lemonade, you could just pick up any old beer or box of wine and be done with it. But with just a little bit more effort, and a few guidelines for finding a suitable match, you can make that brisket you've been lovingly tending for the last 12 hours taste even better. Without getting too detailed (it's summer -- who wants complicated?): - Delicate foods are natural partners with lighter style beers and wines; the opposite is true as well. - Bubbles are great palate cleansers and are terrific with fatty foods. - Beverages with a hint of sweetness tend to go well with spicier foods. - Bitterness can be refreshing and is a good foil for rich foods.
With salads and light seafood dishes (like our Grilled Shrimp Salad) Beer: Lightweight, citrusy wheat beers (e.g., Sam Adams White Lantern, Anchor Summer Beer) Wine: Refreshing whites with some acidity, like sauvignon blancs or dry rieslings (e.g., Leitz Dragonstone Riesling)
With fried chicken, grilled sausage, potato chips Beer: Moderately bitter amber lagers, with a hint of caramel flavor, or crisp, yeasty, bracing European pilsners (e.g., Brooklyn Lager or Pilsner Urquell) Wine: Crisp, dry sparkling whites, like Spanish cavas or Italian proseccos (e.g. Jaume Serra Cristalino Brut Cava or Nino Franco Rustico Prosecco)
With burgers, grilled chicken, grilled salmon Beer: Moderately bitter and fruity pale ale. Pale ale also goes great with guacamole (e.g. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale) Wine: Dry, fruity rosés or lightweight, juicy red
With BBQ ribs (like our Kansas City Style Ribs) or brisket, or grilled steaks Beer: Rich, caramel-y, moderately bitter amber ales (e.g. Sixpoint Brownstone) Wine: (If the sauce isn't very sweet) Full-flavored syrah, or spicy red zinfandels for any of the above, Argentinian malbecs with the steak
If you want to hang out at JUSTIN BIEBER'S house, you have to sign a WAIVER. It's an actual legal document that absolves Justin of wrongdoing if you happen to DIE.
Seriously . . . it warns of activities that are, quote, "potentially hazardous and you should not participate unless you are medically able and properly trained."
And it states that the risks of those activities include, quote, "minor injuries to catastrophic injuries, including death."
You also can't talk, Tweet, blog or Instagram about what goes on at Justin's crib . . . or you're on the hook for $5 MILLION in damages.
(Check out the waiver below)
Did you know the average work commute has only gone up about three minutes in the past 50 years? In 1960, the average commute took 22.4 minutes. And in 2010, it was 25.5 minutes.
But the average DISTANCE travelled has gone up. In the '60s, about 10% of people could walk to work. Now only about 3% can. Check out seven more ways the average American's life has changed in the past 50 years.
1. We Watch a Lot More TV. Which you probably assumed already, but here are the numbers . . .
In 1962, the average household watched a total of 5 hours and 6 minutes of TV each day. And by 2012, it was 8 hours and 31 minutes. So in 50 years, it went up about 67% percent.
2. We're More Likely to Live with Our Parents After We Turn 18. In 1960, 13% of young adults were still living at home. Today, it's up to 24%.
3. We Spend More Years of Our Life Single. Or in other words, people wait longer to get married, which you probably knew. In 1960, 72% of all adults were hitched. But by 2010, it had fallen to 51%.
4. We're Less Likely to Smoke Cigarettes, but More Likely to Smoke Pot. Today, 23% of men over the age of 18 smoke cigarettes, compared to a whopping 54% in the mid-60's. But in 1969, only 4% of adults said they'd tried marijuana, compared to 48% now.
5. Men Are Doing More Housework, and Women Are Doing Less. In 1965, women averaged 28 hours of housework per week, and men only averaged FOUR. Today, the average woman does 15, and the average guy does nine.
So, housework for men has more than doubled, and housework for women has almost been cut in half. But women STILL do more.
6. Men Work Ten Fewer Hours Per Week, and Women Work Ten More. In 1965, the average guy worked 45 hours a week, and women worked 15 hours. Today, it's dropped to 35 hours for men, and increased to 25 hours for women.
Congrats to Levi's Stadium! They won a bid to host the 50th Super Bowl! It will be heldin 2016!
NFL owners voted for the 49ers' new stadium in
JAKE OWEN had a serious wardrobe malfunction at his show last Friday in
Jake picked a bad time to go commando because the audience got a clear look at his bare butt cheeks. (Here's the video. He leaps at the mark and you get a good look at his fleshy buns at .)
Jake left the stage and came back later wearing NO shirt . . . because he used it to cover up his bum.
After the show, Jake joked about it in a Tweet. He wrote, "
Jake Post Pant Rip
I didn't realize that nobody was supposed to think about ANYTHING on Monday except the tornado in
Because he blasted
Kim Tweeted, quote, "Love that I can gradually build the perfect bronzed glow I want with #Kardashian Sun Kissed Tan Extenders."
And Nikki replied, quote, "Pick your priority or pick your poison . . . Isn't your 15 minutes up yet?"
Kim later tweeted, "Praying for those in Oklahoma."
Carrie Underwood Tweet of the Day: ''Growing up in tornado alley, you always know what could happen...it doesn't change how devastating it is when something does happen. I'm thinking about and praying for my beautiful home state and the people in it tonight."
Dierks Bentley: "heart goes out to the folks in
Sara Evans: "Oh Dear Lord! My heart is broken for
Darius Rucker: "Everybody pray for and do what u can for the folks in
Ronnie Dunn: "We got out just before it hit. Those poor people. We will help when and where we can."
Martina McBride: "Watching this
Joe Don Rooney: "My thoughts & prayers are with my home state of