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Aaron Rodgers Will Serve As A Guest Host On ‘Jeopardy!’

I think the Green Bay quarterback will do very well as a guest host. He’s mellow enough to keep the proper demeanor the show is so well-known for, but he also has the wit to make it entertaining.

Chad Johnson Claims He Never Got Injured During His NFL Career Because He Ate McDonald’s Everyday

“I’ve been able to survive on McDonald’s still to this day. Nothing has changed about my eating habits. They say breakfast of champions, lunch, and dinner of champions. My pre-game meal. Don’t let them tell you that McDonald’s is bad for you. Eat what you wanna eat and you work out the way you’re supposed to. It’s not gonna bother you.”

Man Has Just 2 More Guesses At Lost Password To Unlock Bitcoin Account Worth $220 Million

“I would just lay in bed and think about it,” Thomas told the New York Times. “Then I would go to the computer with some new strategy, and it wouldn’t work, and I would be desperate again.”

Stefan Thomas lost his password to a hard drive called IronKey that contains keys to 7,002 bitcoin worth $220 million. Thomas only has 10 guesses as to what his password is and he’s already gone 0-for-8. He wrote down the password on a now lost piece of paper and Bitcoin doesn’t have a company that stores passwords, so if you lose your password, you’re simply out of luck.

According to the Times report, around $140 billion, or 20% of the existing 18.5 million bitcoin, appear to be in lost digital wallets.

Ken Jennings Used This Memento From Alex Trebek’s Career For Good Luck While Hosting ‘Jeopardy!’

A friend gave me this piece of quiz show history: an audience ticket to Alex’s very first Jeopardy! pilot from 1983. (“ALEX TREBEK! DOOR PRIZES!”) I kept it in my pocket while guest-hosting Jeopardy! this week, as a good luck charm.

New Movie Every Week In 2021 On Netflix

Netflix will make good on its high-profile promise to release high-profile new movies every week of 2021. Teased last October in national commercial spots, the streaming giant is guaranteeing its 193 million subscribers unseen features consisting of original productions as well as some splashy acquisitions. The slate has 71 titles across genres — from musicals and action to romantic comedies and family animation.