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James Blunt stops by the Peak studios for a chat with Jackie, Tony & Donnie, some breakfast and to perform a private acoustic set for some of our listeners!
Here are the pics from Acoustic Christmas featuring Sara Bareilles, Plain White T's, Big Head Todd, Ryan Star, Christina Perri, Hope and Hedley!
Thoughts? Advice? Email it to email@example.com
The other day my wife took me to her Hot Yoga class. She goes 7 days a week and I got really uncomfortable with how little clothing she wears during the class. She was basically in a bikini top sweating and positioning herself in some revealing positions and there were a ton of guys in the class. I know I’m being insecure but I’m pretty sure she wouldn’t want me in a Speedo with a room full of women. I don't think anyone should be showing off that much of their body except at home. How do I talk to her about this?
Try to say this one five times fast.
Researchers at MIT have found that the phrase "pad kid poured curd pulled cold" is one if the most impossible phrases to say without getting your tongue tied.
When a test group was asked to say "pad kid poured curd pulled cold" ten times fast, they couldn't make it very far without clamming up.
The phrase may not make a lot of sense but it took a meeting of the minds in San Francisco to come up with it.
We still have gift cards to give away from Coronado Center! CLICK HERE to enter your name, and listen weekdays at 7am, 8am and 9am. If we call your name, call us back within 10 minutes at 299-7325 and you win!
7am: Stephanie Pierce did not call us back. $200 coming up at 8am
8am: Michelle Durante
So, I'm a candle snob. I admit it. I usually buy those soy, frilly natural candles. BUT....when I walked into my friends house and it was filled with this incredible holiday fragrance, all my snobbery went out the window!! This candle smells amazing and it's a limited edition for the Holiday Season. I am hording these! They fill your house with the most wonderful frangrance, but it's not overwhelming at all! Best part ? It's only $5 !!
And we have some to give away. 3 four packs of candles for you to win. Just email your name, phone number and date of birth to firstname.lastname@example.org . Must be 18 or older. One entry per person please. We will post the name of the winners later today
Usually it's mommies seeking the advice of other moms. Today, we have someone looking for advice from guys. Feel free to send your advice to email@example.com
I have a dilema that needs a man's answer:
My husband has soooo many shirts. HE takes up 2/3s of our closet and the bar is starting to sag. Every gift giving occasion, somebody gives him a new clothes, which he just adds to the mess. He wears the same 10 (probably being generous) items every week. I have asked, begged, bribed, nagged, threatened him numerous to give some of the shirts away. He says he just doesn't have time. So my question to the men of the 6: Can I go through his shirts and find some to give to charity? Or would that be terrible and a bad thing for a wife to do?
We still have gift cards to give away, courtesy of Coronado Center. CLICK HERE to enter to win. And listen for your name at 7am, 8am and 9am. When you hear it, call us back at 299-7325 and you win!
7am: Daniel Gomez did not call us back. $200 worth of gift cards coming up at 8am
8am: Sonia Zubia did not call us back. $300 worth of gift cards coming up at 9am
9am: Kathleen Donlin called back and won $300 worth of gift cards from Coronado Center!
We're back to $100 tomorrow morning at 7am. Good luck!
Merriam-Webster dictionary’s word of the year is… science.
They looked at which words people looked up on their website, and they found a 176% increase in the number of times people looked up the word science.
So they went with science for the word of the year. They think it makes sense, since many of the things we’re dealing with, whether it be climate change, or environmental regulation… it’s all science related.
Rounding out the top five are cognitive, rapport, communication, and niche.
Not many people read the calorie information at restaurants. Researchers looked at responses from 4,363 people.
About 36% of people who saw calorie information at chain restaurants read it. Of them 95% reported using the information at least sometimes.