6:15 Eww. Last week, I covered the germiest places in the house. Now, I'm back and talking about the Germiest items in the kitchen and how to clean them.
Refrigerator meat compartment: Salmonella, E.coli, yeast and mold
Blender gasket: Salmonella, E. coli, yeast and mold (this is the one I'm most mindful of and clean often—taking the entire thing apart to clean it).
Can opener: Salmonella, E. coli, yeast and mold
Rubber spatula: E. coli, yeast and mold
Food storage container with rubber seal: Salmonella, yeast and mold
How to clean them: http://www.nsf.org/consumer-resources/health-and-safety-tips/home-cleaning-tips-germ-hot-spots/clean-kitchen-items
6:45 This guy is kinda amazing! Rob Cantor posted a video of his song "Perfect" to promote his new album "NOT A TRAMPOLINE" and in it, he does almost 30 celebrity impressions.
Cantor says it's 29 impressions, but by count it's 28 and he does one of himself that is "spot on."
He does voices like Kermit the Frog, Louis Armstrong, Shakira, Gwen Stefani, and Britney Spears and transitions between them effortlessly. It's pretty fascinating to see how he switches from a guy's voice to a woman's and nails it perfectly. Even though he's already had over 6 million hits, you'll want to check it out. My fave by the way, is Shakira. Here's the story and the video below the link.
7:15 TV and movie Cliches. When you're watching TV you have to suspend a certain amount of disbelief. For instance:
- movie bad guys always have a hankie full of chloroform to knock out an unsuspecting female.
people get groceries and they always have an unwrapped baguette coming out from the top of the bag
People make dinner plans but never say what restaurant or what time. (argh).
After a major car chase, cars fall over cliff, or burst into flames on roads that are completely unoccupied. Really?
This one might be a little NSFW: http://www.cracked.com/funny-6391-annoying-clichC3A9s-that-will-never-die/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Atlant/List_of_film_and_television_clich%C3%A9s (this one covers every type of cliché you can think of on tv/movies/reality shows etc)
8:15 I gave away tickets to Shenandoah Summer Music Theater's “The King and I”. If you'd like tickets: http://shenandoahsummermusictheatre.com/