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Gator (Page) 01-24-17Gator decided it was time to stop waking up at stupid-thirty every morning, and made the switch to afternoons. So now Gator’s riding shotgun with you all week long while you pick the kids off of school, or get off of work. Just don’t rely on him for directions…

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Gator Bytes: Are You Guilty Of Food Smuggling Into Movie Theaters?

A ticket taker at Cinépolis in Chelsea — where a large popcorn costs a wallet-shrinking $8.25 — went full-prison guard, searching customers’ bags with a flashlight to find outside food last Monday. Moviegoers who try to smuggle in snacks are forced to shame-eat before they are allowed inside theaters at the multiplex. A guard busted one woman and banished her ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: It’s The Pets That Always Get Hurt…Not Anymore

This month, Alaska became the first state in which judges are required to consider animal welfare in cases where divorcing couples have a pet. Generally, animals are considered property under the law. But Alaska’s new amendments mean that a judge cannot simply regard a pet in a divorce case the same way they would a table or a chair, and ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: Is It Better To Be A Night Owl?

Can’t sleep? It could be a sign of intelligence… Night Owls are smarter than those who go to bed and wake up early. Researchers found a link between ‘nocturnal’ sleeping habits and intelligence. It shows you have been able to adapt to a modern lifestyle and sleep patterns. By comparison, our ancestors were more likely to go to bed and wake ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: Want To Stop Fighting With Your Wife?

Sick of arguing with your other half? Hit the gym: Couples who burn 587 calories a day are less likely to fight….. Cycling, swimming, jogging plus a good night’s sleep will prevent home squabbles. Scientists found a link for those who took more than 10,000 steps each day. They claim the extra activity helps neutralize workplace stress from manifesting A ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: People Are Judging You On Whole New Level

We all love our phones. But if you’re trying to find an actual person to love, your ancient Android or scratched up iPhone could be hurting your chances. New survey data shows that your device of choice and how you use it can speak volumes about you. Though you may not have to buy a new phone just yet. It ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: It’s Okay To Cry

More men cry at work than women: 1 in 4 male employees say they’ve shed a tear after a performance review. Adobe surveyed 1,500 US office workers on their thoughts about work reviews Men had stronger reactions than women, with 25% saying they’ve cried, and 28% saying they have quit after a performance review. Think you’re the only one who’s ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: Don’t Do These Things Or You Might Be Single

We all know someone who posts way too much about their personal life and their relationships on social media. While most of us don’t have millions of followers like many celebrities, we do have an audience on our own social media feeds. So we checked in to find out what exactly constitutes over-sharing about your relationship online. Here’s what experts say ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: Negative Nancies

Judging by the news, you’d think today is our last day on earth, that it’s the end of the world, that everyone is dying and that nothing is OK. In truth, the facts prove the opposite. In the last two decades, global poverty has declined by half, according to The Economist. Also in the last two decades, the infant mortality ... Read More »

Gator Bytes: Interesting Coffee Take

It’s easy to get burnt out on a dating app, swiping through people’s profiles day in and day out. But what if you could sip those same profiles and still potentially get a date out of it? That’s exactly what happens when you order from Espresso Yourself, a pop-up coffee truck in London. The company got Match‘s assistance to transpose users’ photos onto its ... Read More »