Mugshots of the day: People who look like Santa
Here is today’s 20 Minute Trivia:
Q... One third of the commercial pilots in this survey say they have done this with their co-pilot… what is it?
A… Sleep while flying the plane.
According to a survey by a British hotel chain called Premier Inn, one in four employees admit that they've fallen asleep at their desk.
Desks are the SECOND most popular place to nap while on the job. The most-popular way to sleep at work is to sneak out to the parking lot to take a nap in your car.
17% of people . . . or about one in six . . . have snuck into an empty conference room to sleep at work.
While we may not think it's a big deal for all of us to take a nap while on the clock . . . ANOTHER survey found that airline pilots do the SAME THING.
Four out of 10 commercial airline pilots say that they've fallen asleep in the middle of a flight . . . not while they were taking a break and letting someone else fly . . . while they were FLYING the plane.
Not only that, but one in three of the pilots that fell asleep said that when they woke up, they saw that their CO-PILOT was sleeping too.
Q… one fourth of the people in this survey say it is more important to have money than it is to have this…. What is it?
According to a new survey, people don't need to make six figures to live well.
An online payment company in the U.K. called Skrill found that people think they need about $33,000 a year before taxes to survive.
If they made just $4,000 more than that . . . about $37,000 a year . . . they'd be able to live comfortably.
And if they wanted to live WELL, then they'd need to make $85,000 a year . . . after taxes.
But even though people SAY they don't need millions, they still think money is important. Check this out: Three in 10 people said money was more important to them than friends . . . and one in four said it was more important than family.