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Brad's afternoon edition. Click here to read his morning jokes.
* The Omaha forecast has been "updated." This is based on info from the groundhog.
* We're expecting between three and six inches of snow. Or, as the Channel Seven weather team calls it, "Run for your lives, it's a new Ice Age!"
* Facebook turns 10 years old Tuesday. Just think: Before Facebook, gullible Americans actually met their friends.
* Mitt Romney appeared on Jimmy Fallon's show. Romney does know he lost the election, right? He's acting like he's the president.
* A man claims he was lost at sea for 13 months and had to drink his own urine. It could have been worse. He could have taken a "luxury" cruise.
* Iran is touting itself as a tourist destination. Finally, a place for Americans to travel where we're more welcome than in France.
* A record 111.5 million viewers tuned in to the Super Bowl. That includes the seven people in Denver still watching at the end of the game.
* A man rushed the microphone during a post-game press conference, shouting a nonsensical rant. At least in college football when we hear a nonsensical rant, we know it's Brent Musburger doing play-by-play.
* Husker spring game tickets go on sale Wednesday. Around here, that makes Wednesday bigger than Super Sunday.
* A recent survey finds Ohio residents curse more than people in any other state. However, Ohio cursing is down 50 percent since Bo and Carl Pelini left.
* Some allege Lolo Jones was selected for the U.S. Olympic bobsled team at least partly for publicity. There may be something to it because the other members of the bobsled team include Donald Trump and Beyonce.
* Former Husker football player Curt Tomasevicz is a member of the U.S. bobsled team that's trying to win another gold medal. Remember when we took more pride in this kind of thing rather than a guy from Denver shouting "OMAHA!"?