Category archives: Lifestyle

 

 

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Honey, Lets Stay Home And Watch Netflix.

Abra­ham Lin­coln( Feb­ru­ary 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the 16th U.S Pres­i­dent, serv­ing from March 1861 until his shoot­ing. Lin­coln led the United States through its Civil War—its blood­i­est war and its great­est moral, con­sti­tu­tional and polit­i­cal cri­sis. In doing so, he pre­served the Union, abol­ished slav­ery, strength­ened the fed­eral gov­ern­ment, and mod­ern­ized the economy .   […]

 

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How Much Freedom Do You Give Your Kids

  How much free­dom do you give your kids?  This Mary­land cou­ple has been accused of neglect for let­ting their chil­dren, ages 6 & 10, walk home alone from a park.  The chil­dren were taken into cus­tody by police offi­cers and held for hours by police and Child Pro­tec­tive Ser­vices. How much free­dom do you […]

 

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National Scrabble Day Today !

It’s time to scan through the dic­tio­nary and brush up on obscure words, because today is National Scrab­ble Day. Alfred Mosher Butts invented the board game where play­ers use let­tered squares to make words in a criss­cross puz­zle fash­ion in 1933. The game is sold in 121 coun­tries with 29 dif­fer­ent lan­guage ver­sions.  Each year National […]

 

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Letting The Weather Choose The Menu

  Do you let the weather decide the menu?  Today it’s sunny and 70.  A lot of burg­ers will go on the grill.  Tomor­row, stormy with a high of 56, and Mike’s wife is already plan­ning to make split pea soup with ham. Do you let the weather dic­tate what you eat?  Tell us here […]

 

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What Food Are You Addicted To

What food are you addicted to?  If you said Dorito’s, you’re not alone, and it’s not entirely your fault. Read this about the 8 most addic­tive foods, and find out why you can’t stop eat­ing them.  Then tell us what food you’re addicted to here, and 6:45 Mon­day morn­ing. 1 DORITOS Every­one knows that when you buy […]

 

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First Female NFL Referee Takes The Field

The National Foot­ball League made it offi­cial Wednes­day. Mis­sis­sippi res­i­dent Sarah Thomas is the first full-time female offi­cial. Thomas joined eight other ref­er­ees granted first-time employ­ment for league games. “Our incom­ing offi­cials have all demon­strated that they are among the best in col­lege foot­ball,” NFL vice pres­i­dent of offi­ci­at­ing Dean Blandino said in a statement. […]

 

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"We Always Wanted A _________"

Did you keep hav­ing babies until you got a par­tic­u­lar gen­der?  We know lots of fam­i­lies with 5 boys…hoping for that 1 lit­tle girl.  Or 4  girls in a row…and all Dad wants is a boy.  Did that hap­pen to you?  How many babies did it take?  Tell us here and 6:45 tomor­row morning.

 

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What Do You Give Him For His Birthday?

Buddha’s Birth­day is observed on April 08, 2015. Buddha’s Birth­day, the birth­day of the Prince Sid­dhartha Gau­tama, is a hol­i­day tra­di­tion­ally cel­e­brated in Mahayana Bud­dhism. The day is an offi­cial hol­i­day in Hong Kong, Macau, and South Korea. Among the many prac­tic­ing Bud­dhists in the United States, Buddha’s Birth­day (Hana-Matsuri) is widely cel­e­brated on April […]

 

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Mike & Liza's Family Feud: Who Is "The Boss Of Food"

  Dear Mike & Liza, Our 7 year old son has real­ized where meat comes from and he’s turned into a veg­e­tar­ian.  In fact, he’s kind of mil­i­tant about it. He gets very upset when other peo­ple eat meat and he has no prob­lem telling them why they shouldn’t. The prob­lem is, we also have […]

 

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Lady Day Would Have Turned 100

Jazz vocal­ist Bil­lie Hol­i­day was born April 7, 1915, in Philadel­phia, Penn­syl­va­nia. Con­sid­ered one of the best jazz vocal­ists of all time, Hol­i­day had a thriv­ing career as a jazz singer for many years before she lost her bat­tle with sub­stance abuse. Her auto­bi­og­ra­phy was made into the 1972 film Lady Sings the Blues. In […]