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Some twisters:

She sells seashells down by the seashore.Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick.She sifted thistles through her thistle-sifter.Moses supposes his toeses are roses, but Moses supposes erroneously. For Moses, he knowses his toeses aren't roses, as Moses supposes his toeses to be.While we were walking, we were watching window washers wash Washington's windows with warm washing water.Red leather, yellow leather.Rubber baby buggy bumpers.Freshly fried fresh flesh.Six twin screwed steel steam cruisers.The crow flew over the river with a lump of raw liver.Preshrunk silk shirts.A bloke's bike back brake block broke.She sells sea shells on the sea shore and the shells she sells are seashells I'm sure.Tim, the thin twin tinsmith.The sixth sheik's sixth sheep's sick.Does your shirt shop stock short socks with spots?Black bug's blood, black bug's blood.The sweetest girl I ever saw sat sipping cider through a s…

YOUR PET PEEVE?

What drives you crazy every day. The stuff that just pushes your buttons and burns you up inside. We took an informal poll and got this from listeners:People smokingPoliticsPeople texting and drivingCongressHigh price of medications and healthcareFood that gets wasted (by spoiling)Finding out you overpaidClueless workers in storesHard-to-open packages

SIDE EFFECTS OF BITING YOUR NAILS

It's a nasty habit, but did you know that biting your nails can make you sick? Researchers at Texas A&M University Health Science Center explain five scary side effects of biting your nails -- from illness to bad breath.1. You're eating germs
Your nails pack a lot of dirt, which means there are germs there. And even if you wash your hands frequently, it's difficult to wash away all those germs. When you put your fingers in your mouth and chew on the nails, you are transferring those germs inside your body. And that significantly increases your chance of becoming ill.2. You can get painful nail infections
You can also spread those germs from nail to nail, which increases your risk of paronychia, an infection of the nail. Symptoms of paronychia include a painful, red, swollen area around the nail, often at the cuticle or at the site of a hangnail or other injury. If the infection is bacterial, there may be pus-filled blisters at the site. Also, if you chew on nails that ha…

Time to Play YES OR B.S.

You think walking is easy? Well it actually takes 200 muscles just to lift your leg and move it forward. (B.S., it actually takes only about 40 to do that)The state of Oregon actually has a law that dishes must "drip dry." (Yes)Ostriches can run faster than horses! (Yes)There are more than 15 thousand different varieties of rice. (Yes)The largest Great White Shark ever caught measured over 50 feet long and weighed just over 20 tons! (B.S.! The largest on record was 37 feet long and weighed 12 tons! It was captured off the shores of New Brunswick in 1930)Contrary to popular belief, dogs do not sweat by salivating. They sweat through the pads of their feet. (Yes)Wanna know how big somebody's feet are? Check out their forearm. For most people, the length of their forearm is the same as the length of their feet. (Yes)The sun isn't round. It's flat on the top and bottom. (Yes! Who knew?)Tony Danza had originally been tapped to host "American Idol" but he tur…

National Pumpkin Day -- How about a little pumpkin trivia:

Pumpkins were once recommended for?Cleaning horsesTreating acneRemoving freckles and curing snakebites ***Curing impotenceSome Indians used pumpkins as?Doormats ***MasksBirthing aidsSkin creamIndians used pumpkin seeds for?Medicine ***Facial masksBirth controlFalse teethPumpkins originated in?CubaCentral America ***EcuadorSan Pedro

Top 10 most grating people in the office.

The Perfume Polluter -- She comes to work wearing half a bottle of perfume.
The Neat Freak -- This person wouldn't have a hair out of place in a tornado and cleans off his desk with ammonia-based spay every day.
Sloppy Sam -- He's the opposite of the neat freak. It's impossible to see his desk under all the clutter.
The Coffee Culprit -- This creep drinks the last cup of coffee and never makes another pot. (Most sales people meet this description.)
Loudmouth Larry -- Even if he's talking on the phone, you can hear him a half block away.
The Belcher -- He rattles windows with his burps and never says "Excuse Me."
The Gossip -- This person knows more about your life than you do and makes sure everyone else does too.
The Nutrition Cop -- This person peers at your lunch, then grimaces and says: "Don't you know that stuff will kill you."
The Junk Food Junkie -- The opposite of the Nutrition Cop. He sticks a candy bar under your nose and tempts you to eat it.

Music Calendar...

In 1934 Cole Porter records his own composition "You're The Top" from the show "Anything Goes."
In 1936 Roy Acuff begins his first recording sessions.
In 1958 Bill Haley plays the first German Rock concert in West Berlin.
In 1961 Bob Dylan signs with Columbia Records.
In 1963 Bob Dylan plays a sell-out concert at New York's Carnegie Hall.
In 1965 After reportedly smoking pot in the Buckingham Palace bathroom, the Beatles line up to receive the prestigious MBE (Member of British Empire) award.
In 1966 Liberace plays the dual roles of good and evil pianists on TV's "Batman."
In 1968 Janis Joplin with Big Brother & the Holding Company perform on TV's "Hollywood Palace."
In 1968 The Beatles appear on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
In 1968 "Who's Making Love" by Johnnie Taylor and "Stormy" by the Classic IV both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1969 Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter get married.
In 1971 "Tire…