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It’s a — it’s a real shame that when they start playing the techno, that we don’t see whit. I can’t imitate it. You have to let the music fill your soul. I admire you for doing it. You control your body. We have a colorful group here today. Today? Always. Always. Let’s start with “Pop news” because I only have a few minutes. Shut up, Harris. I got to talk. Some people here watch super bowls for the commercials. That’s me. Pepsi is giving up a sneak peek. It shows lil John doing a long pour on a Pepsi in a diner staring into the camera before finally uttering his line. Okay. That’s all I got. I was waiting for that. He captivates the camera though really. Yesterday we told you that cardi B. Will be featured in the commercial as well or in a commercial. We’ll have to wait and see. I don’t know that they’re in the commercial together. We have very few details. When you watch the super bowl just for the commercials, is that, like, reading “Playboy” just for the articles? No, no, no, no. In fact, I was just kidding when I talked about that. Harris, your time. No more talking. Next, Justin Timberlake, more than just a man of the woods. He is a man of the people. Just like Dan Harris. He surprised young patients at the methodist children’s hospital in San Antonio, Texas with a visit and the kids were over the moon. They said he really brightened their mood. They commented about how wonderful he was. They posted a video dancing to his song “Can’t stop the feeling,” requesting he stop by ahead of his concert in the city. Who could say no to these faces? What a wonderful day. Maybe their best day ever. Love it. Love that. Yes. He seems like a terrific human being. Well, that is video proof. Yes. You have to take your time out and give back and he did it. So thank you, Justin. Well, there may be something in the water in Michigan. 11 nurses in the labor and delivery department are expecting their own bundles of joy. They are due from February to August. They say they enjoy sharing their experiences and empathizing with each other, including their cravings. Red Red vine? Red vines. The only craving. Who doesn’t like red vines? What are those? Licorice. See, there’s a big difference between Twizzlers and red vine. Similar shapes. I’m, like, let’s talk about the debate of what is truly red licorice. Let me just give you one more note about this, and moms. Of course, those moms are going to be spending a lot of time at home making sure they take care of their little baby. We found out how much a stay at home mom is worth. Salary.com estimates they work more than 90 hours a week and if they were to be compensated, that works out to be $162,000 a year, up 5 grand from the year before, and of course, you can’t put a price tag on being a mommy. We want to thank you and stay at home dads and single parents and why don’t we just say thank you to all the moms and dads out there. Right. Best job in the world. Triple that number. Thank you, Adrienne. Really appreciate it. Stay tuned for Martha and thanks
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