There's a MISTER ROGERS video on YouTube where they took a bunch of his quotes and Auto-Tuned them into a song called "Garden of Your Mind". It's pretty awesome . . . and the best part is that it was put together by PBS.
1 in 7 emails sent at work are gossip...and they are negative
Researchers at Georgia Tech looked at more than 600,000 work emails, and found that one out of every seven were gossip. But they used a broad definition of gossip. If the email mentioned a person other than the sender or receiver, it was considered gossip. And three out of every four gossip emails were NEGATIVE. (Counsel & Heal)
Men cry more tears of joy over sports than the birth of their first child
According to a new survey, the average male sports fan says he cried more tears of joy over his team winning a championship than he did over the BIRTH OF HIS FIRST CHILD. And 10% say that seeing their team win a championship is a more important day in their life than their wedding day. (Newstrack India)
WATCH: Charlie Sheen freaks out at the LA Kings' game
On Wednesday night, CHARLIE SHEEN hit the Staples Center in Los Angeles to watch Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals between the L.A. Kings and the New Jersey Devils. There are designated smoking areas INSIDE so people don't run into that problem. But apparently Charlie didn't know that. Because when he tried to go back in, a female security guard wouldn't let him. And he got mad. He got into a heated back-and-forth with the woman, in which he dropped a few F-bombs and suggested that she perform a certain act on his genitalia. But she held her own. As he was getting ready to leave, Charlie told the photographer, quote, "Have common sense and common courtesy gone in society? That was what I was trying to impress upon her."
In a separate paparazzi video that was recorded as Charlie was making his way INTO the Staples Center, someone asks Charlie if he does BATH SALTS. He tells the guy to "[Eff] off." Then someone else tells Charlie to, quote, "[Eff] all the hos tonight." And Charlie replies, quote, "I thought your mother and sister weren't available." Classic. (TMZ)