COUNT YOUR TOILET PAPER DAY
Ernest Rutherford 1871
Ernest Rutherford (1871 – 1937) was a New Zealand-born British physicist and recipient of the 1908 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He is often called the “father of nuclear physics.”
*Learn nuclear physics in a nutshell from dummies.com to celebrate the birthday of the “father of nuclear physics”.
Ted Williams 1918 – eye exam
He did in fact have 20/10 acuity, meaning he could see from 20 feet away what normal-sighted people could see from 10 feet away.
*Get your eyes checked today. Do it every year on Ted Williams’ birthday. Go to the batting cages and bat at least .400.
Lewis Black 1948
“I find a lot of similarities between comedy and religion.”
“They both take place on the weekends, and both of them have a certain call and response. And I think laughter, in the end, provides a comfort for people,”
*If you can’t use religion today, use laughter to soothe your soul. Lewis Black can help.
Warren Buffett 1930
He once acquired a company whose owner counted the sheets in rolls of 500-sheet toilet paper to see if he was being cheated (he was).
*Exercise vigilance over every expense today. Check on your toilet paper too. This was really a smart move during the coronavirus pandemic of 2020.
Cameron Diaz 1972 – watch There’s Something About Mary
*Watch There’s Something About Mary and get your hair styled afterwards.
Bebe Rexha 1989
“I always order a chicken soup, a salad with chicken on it, French fries, and usually a sparkling water or an Arnold Palmer (laughs). I’ve become obsessed with Arnold Palmers and I’ve made everyone around me obsessed with them too.”
*Eat like you are Bebe Rexha ordering room service.
SNUB – Huey Long 1893
- Lear about nuclear physics
- Get your eyes checked
- Use laughter to soothe your soul
- Exercise vigilance with every expense
- Watch There’s Something About Mary
- Eat like Bebe Rexha