The National Weather Service is thinking of changing the wording on watches and warnings. What do you think?
I played this on the Monday Afternoon Show.. found out it is fake, done by a comedian named Cara Hartman. But so many people asked about it, I thought I would post the link.
I know we've posted this before, but here is where you can sign up for gas price alerts via text message from Thorntons.
We talked about this Monday on the Afternoon Game Show.
My wife and daughter are sick, Diane’s had the creeping crud for a couple of weeks. I don’t have a prayer staying healthy. Or do I? Here’s some tips we discussed on the WIKY Morning Show from iVilliage.com -
#1.) Keep Your Feet Warm. Researchers think cold feet might cause the blood vessels in your SINUSES to tighten up. Which makes it harder for white blood cells to get to your mucus membranes. And that's where most viruses sneak in.
#2.) After You Wash Your Hands, Don't Dry Them
NOTE: As he was to most people of my generation, John Lennon was an influential and inspirational person in my life. His death hit us all. Hard. This is an article I wrote for our partner station WABX two years ago today on the thirtieth anniversary of John's death. If you enjoy it, I hope you'll click the "LIKE" button underneath the headline and pass it on. Thanks, Rick
December 8, 1980.
I know all too well what that date signifies. I don't have to depend on news reports and tributes to remember John Lennon's life and death.
Here's the Chocolate Egg Nog Pie recipe Delilah read on the air tonight.
On the WIKY Morning Show we had a discussion on home remedies. It started with the old belief that an onion will absorb all the evils in the air including cold and flu viruses. That's been around since the 1500s. Yes, that long even though there's no evidence that it works. Actually, it doesn't even make sense to me. An onion? Really? However, one that appears to have some benefit is the consumption of gin soaked golden raisins for arthritis relief. Our pal Charlie has done it for a while and he says he feels a difference. Lot of listene
I believe the "Happy Holidays rather than Merry Christmas" politically correct thing is a completely manufactured problem. For years I was blissfully unaware that saying Merry Christmas was offending anyone. Why? Because I've never encountered anyone who was offended by it. And what's wrong the phrase "Happy Holidays?" It's always been a nice way to give blanket greetings at the end of the year for all the goodwill the big three - Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day - have come to represent.