Daily Grind :: Jon Stewart and 20 Questions

It's finally Friday. I stayed up way too late last night watching one of the scariest things I've ever seen on tv. But then later, I turned on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and was treated to a nice surprise that felt like a cooling lotion on a third-degree burn. Oh how I've missed thee:

Today's Daily Grind is a game of 20 questions...or more like cleaning out your cabinets in your kitchen and fixing your family a hodgepodge of a dinner from your collection of canned goods from the past 6 months. It's an eclectic mix, but I promise if you eat it all...you'll feel full and might learn a thing or two...or twenty. Enjoy your weekend folks and see you back here Monday.

  1. Who owns the moon?
  2. Do you want to know every time your social security number is used?
  3. How are scientists saving ferrets with peanut butter?
  4. Holy crap, are smart stitches that send healing data a real thing?
  5. Would you buy a Smart Typewriter?
  6. Why are Brits more likely to believe in ghosts than God?
  7. I've been wondering about these two things since I was a kid: How are tennis balls made? and Who was the first person to come up with the Slurpee?
  8. Which industry will be most affected by Virtual Reality in the future?
  9. Want to be liked more? Ask people to finish their stories.
  10. What does listening to music while you work do to your brain?
  11. Did you know Dwayne Johnson and Drew Barrymore are just a few of the A-List Stars who love to play Dungeons and Dragons?
  12. Which Ghostbusters star is obsessed with Physics?
  13. How reliable are internet movie ratings?
  14. Why does jet lag feel worse when you travel from West to East?
  15. What can we learn from visiting a nursing home?
  16. Did you know your brain is on auto-pilot most of the time?
  17. How can Night Owls thrive in a 9-to-5 world?
  18. If you travel overseas, are you prepared for these culture shocks?
  19. Do people really like music that much? Why are there headphones everywhere?
  20. Where are the best and worst cities in the U.S. for music fans?