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Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • In case you haven't heard, the legendary Paul Newman died Friday at age 83, surrounded by family and close friends at his Westport, Connecticut, farmhouse following a long battle with cancer.
  • The new Fox show "Do Not Disturb" has become the first cancellation of the new season after only three episodes had aired.
  • ReliaStar Life Insurance Company is being sued by Heath Ledger's lawyers for trying to get out of paying the star's 2-year-old daughter, Matilda Rose, the sole beneficiary of the policy. According to TMZ, ReliaStar has claimed Ledger's death as "suspicious."
  • Archaeologists have found A 3,000-year-old, 30-inch high red granite head that once belonged to a immense statue of Ramses II at Tell Basta, about 50 miles northeast of Cairo. Regarded as Egypt's greatest and most powerful pharaoh, Ramses II is thought to be the pharaoh mentioned in the Bible's story of Moses in Exodus.
  • A judge has ruled that there's not enough evidence to charge Shia LaBeouf with drunk driving for the accident that badly injured his hand. However, His his license cound be suspended for refusing to take a breathalyzer test.
  • Anne Hathaway is hosting this weekend's edition of "Saturday Night Live," with musical guest, The Killers.
  • Heather Locklear was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of a controlled substance.
  • Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds were married at a resort outside of Vancouver, BC, over the weekend.
  • Dennis Quaid is pissed that Meg Ryuan won't shut up about their previous marriage. Ryan recently told In Style that it Quaid's infidelity caused her to have an affair with Russell Crowe. She also told ABC's Diane Sawyer she was putting these claims out there "to fill in the gaps."
  • No charges will be filed against Kanye West, after that camera-breaking incident at LAX.
  • According to a new survey, 88% of Japanese people consider themselves happy.
  • It's true: there really is a brand of wine named Palin that makes a syrah.
  • The real Erin Brockovich is now working for a Manhattan personal injury law firm that specializes in asbestos cases.
  • A New York judge has issued an injunction that will temporarily prevent Lifetime from airing any episodes of "Project Runway" after spending five seasons on Bravo. Bravo insists it had right of first refusal and would have matched Lifetime's offer.
  • Using radiocarbon dating, archaeologists say the construction of Britain's Stonehenge occurred in 2300 BC, which means the bluestones were erected 300 years later than previously thought.
  • The state of Washington is talking about banning the practice of washing your car in your own driveway... unless the runoff water stays away from the sewers, where it can kill fish.

Women looking for a one-night stand are attracted to a hot body....

above all else just as men are according to a study from the University of Texas. Runner-up: a good smile, which says you're outgoing, honest, and smart. Men and women listed up to four things they would find attractive in a good one-night stand partner:

Women:

  • 34% said body
  • 14% said smile
  • 9% said face
  • 9% said hair
  • 7% said height
  • 7% said eyes
  • 1% said skin

Men

  • 48% said body
  • 13% said face
  • 9% said hair
  • 7% said height
  • 6.5% said smile
  • 5% said eyes

It is Phychic Tuesday with John Kane!

To find out what is in your future give us a call on the Flagger line at 7 and 8 am 704-KFLG or Toll Free 888-339-KFLG! You can also check out his website www.johnkanepsychic.com FOR CONSULTATIONS AND ENQUIRIES: 859-648-0371

ON THIS DAY

William Wrigley Jr. -- The man who brought us "pure chewing satisfaction" -- was born way, way back in 1861. Modern chewing gum was invented when "chicle," a latex sap much like rubber, was brought to the U.S. In 1870, the first flavored gum, Black Jack, was manufactured. Wrigley was selling Spearmint and Juicy Fruit by 1893. Chiclets and gumballs came in the early 1900s -- and Walter Diemer invented Dubble Bubble bubble gum in 1928. After World War II, chemists learned how to make artificial gum bases to use instead of chicle.

  • A recent study shows a simple stick of gum can often fight heartburn just as well as over the counter medicines. Researchers at England's Kings College found that chewing gum half an hour after a meal can relieve symptoms of GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) -- commonly known as indigestion. Chewing gum stimulates saliva, which neutralizes acid in the esophagas.
  • According to a small study by Andrew Scholey of the University of Northumbria in England, people who chewed gum throughout tests for both long- and short-term memory scored better on both tests than people who did not chew gum. One theory suggests that the act of chewing ups the heart rate, which, in turn, improves oxygen delivery to the brain.
  • New research suggests chewing gum may not only help a woman conceive but may make her pregnancy safer and more successful. The study found that the act of chewing makes a woman's eggs more receptive to sperm and helps balance hormones.
  • Chewing gum could help you lose weight according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MI, have discovered that chewing gum raises your metabolic rate by about 20 percent, and an "all-day sugar-free gum chewer" burns off the equivalent of 11 pounds of extra weight per year.

Wrigley Juicy Fruit Jingle Julianne Hough

The chewing pleasure just gets better and better!!


Monday, September 29, 2008

Kirt and Kflag Kitty "Kid"


Kflag Kitty "Kid" was found in one of our station cruisers. I think Kid and Kirt make a great pair!

Blues Brothers trailer

Check out the Bluzmen below! Go see them at Harrah's this week! For ticket's call 702-298-4600


Water Cooler Talk

  • Sarah Michelle Gellar is heading back to television, with her own half-hour show on HBO.
  • No charges against Shia LaBeouf for that car accident he was in back in July.
  • "Heroes" star Hayden Panettiere's father, Alan Panettiere, has been charged with misdemeanor battery today, after allegedly assaulting his wife, Hayden's mother Leslie.
  • People reports that Mackenzie Phillips is doing well in rehab.
  • Johnny Depp has signed on for a fourth "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie, as well as Tonto in a remake of "The Lone Ranger" and the Mad Hatter in Tim Burton take of "Alice in Wonderland."
  • Fanning the flames of whether or not George Clooney is coming back to "E.R." during it's final season, George says he hasn't been asked to come back.
  • The make up artist who worked on John McCain for his appearance on Rick Warren's Faith Forum got over $5,000 for her efforts.
  • Former presidential candidate Mike Huckabee has gotten his own show on FOX News.
  • Tejano singer Emilio Navaira has been discharged from a hospital after another traffic accident. He's still recovering from injuries suffered in a bus wreck six months ago.
  • NBC News reporter Luke Russert said he did a "dumb" thing on the "Today" show last Wednesday when he suggested that smart people supported Barack Obama for president.
  • Reese Witherspoon and Jake Gyllenhaal are clicking. But after a year of dating, Reese's Bulldog and Jake's German Shepherd just don't get along.
  • Britney Spears' mom, Lynne, says she'd like to Brit to get back together with Kevin.
  • A corn farmer in Ohio has created a corn maze in the shape of Sarah Palin's face.
  • LL Cool J supposedly threatened to quit rapping when Jessica Simpson's latest CD outsold his.
  • Yves "Fusionman" Rossy, 49, of Switzerland made history last week when he became the first person to fly solo across the English Channel using a single jet-propelled wing. He flew 22 miles from Calais, France to Dover, England, traveling as fast as 122 miles an hour at 8,200 feet.
  • The ratings for "Saturday Night Live" the second week were down 32% from the debut weekend.
  • With last night's season premiere, The Simpsons have tied "Gunsmoke" for staying on the air for 20 years.
  • Maybe... just maybe... Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer are getting back together.

Pumpkin Day -- How about a little pumpkin trivia:

Pumpkins were once recommended for?

  1. Cleaning horses
  2. Treating acne
  3. Removing freckles and curing snakebites ***
  4. Curing impotence

Some Indians used pumpkins as?

  1. Doormats ***
  2. Masks
  3. Birthing aids
  4. Skin cream

Indians used pumpkin seeds for?

  1. Medicine ***
  2. Facial masks
  3. Birth control
  4. False teeth

Pumpkins originated in?

  1. Cuba
  2. Central America ***
  3. Ecuador
  4. San Pedro

Happy Goose Day --

Or Michaelmas to honor St. Michael and all angels. It's said that you if feast on goose on this say, you'll receive financial abundance in the coming year. Did somebody say Goose? How about a little Modern Mother Goose?

Jack and Jill went up the hill
To have a little fun
Stupid Jill forgot the pill
And now they have a son.

Mary had a little lamb
Her father shot it dead
Now it goes to school with her
Between two hunks of bread.

Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet,
Her clothes all tattered and torn
It wasn't the spider that crept up beside her
But Little Boy Blue and his horn.

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the kings horses and all the kings men
Had scrambled eggs on toast for breakfast.

Hickory dickory dock
Three mice ran up the clock
The clock struck one
And the others got away with minor injuries.

Mary had a little lamb
It walked into a pylon
10,000 volts went up its... well, you know
and turned its wool to nylon.

Today's Guest Dj's Eric and Carmen of The Bluzmen appearing this week Harrah's Laughlin

Ticket Price $20, $25 & $30. $5 off for locals. Show time 8pm and 8 & 10pm on Oct 4th. Call Harrah's for tickets 702-298-4600!Vist there website www.thebluzmen.com



Friday, September 26, 2008

PIGSKIN PHYSICS

"Football is full of myths that players hang onto out of superstition," says University of Nebraska professor Dr. Tim Gay, author of "Football Physics." "In my work, I try to explain various aspects of the game using facts." Here, the good doctor debunks some of the football's accepted "truths."

  • Myth: The laces must point straight out. "Kickers say that if the laces don't point straight, the additional weight of the laces on one side of the ball pulls it in that direction," Dr. Gay says. "it doesn't. Newton's second law says objects fall at the same speed regardless of mass. If you put 100 pounds on one end of a dumbbell and 10 pounds on the other and drop it, both sides hit the ground at the same time. Same with a football."
  • Myth: Humidity slows the ball down. "You hear commentators say, 'Punts aren't traveling far because it's muggy out there today,'" Dr. Gay says. "That's not true. Water molecules are lighter than air molecules. As a result, they get out of the football's way more easily, making it easier for players to punt it farther when it's humid."
  • Myth: Footballs have a sweetspot. "There's no sweet spot on a football," Dr. Gay says. "Sweet spots come from two forces acting on the same object in harmony. When a baseball is hit, it's not the ball that has a sweet spot, it's the bat. Since footballs are subject to only one force -- the kicker's foot -- they can't ever have a sweet spot."
  • Myth: Receivers run much faster on turf. Linemen maybe, receivers no. "Because linemen are heavier, they sink more deeply into grass surfaces and that slows them down," Dr. Gay says. "Lighter players, like receivers, aren't really affected by the sinking into grass. On turf, a receiver's speed difference is negligible at best."

Water Cooler Talk

  • Nick Hogan will get out of prison three months early for good behavior. He'll walk next month after serving five months for his felony reckless driving conviction.
  • Natalie Portman has broken up with her latest boyfriend, the folk singer, and is single again.
  • The next SpongeBob Squarepants special, October 13th, will feature none other than Ray Liotta.
  • When you're very hungry, your brain views food as tastier and you risk overeating.
  • Rapper Busta Rhymes was refused entry into Britain on Thursday for a Busta Rhymes charity concert.
  • January 22 is when the Oscar nominations will be announced.
  • Ricky Gervais is being talked about as the host for next year's Emmys.
  • The report about Sharon Stone losing custody of her kids wasn't exactly accurate. She still has shared custody, but her request to have her kid attend a school closer to her home was rejected.
  • Nicole Kidman is crediting her latest pregnancy to swimming in some fertility waterfalls in Australia.
  • Authorities say a fire destroyed a pool house at rapper Ludacris' home outside Atlanta.
  • 45% of young women say they feel stressed frequently, as opposed to 32% of men.
  • Now there's a push for energy drinks to carry a warning label about the amount of caffeine in 'em.
  • 23-year-old Kelly Osbourne is walking around, wearing an engagement ring these days. Her fiance appears to be 18-year-old Luke Worral, who she's been dating for four months.
  • A family has dropped a lawsuit that claimed a hospital caused distress to a dying woman by moving her to make room for Michael Jackson during his 2005 child-molestation trial, after thay said the message of fair treatment to patients had been made.
  • You'll soon see former Tonight Show sidekick, 85-year-old Ed McMahon, rapping in some freecreditreport.com commercials.

TODAY IS

Exactly three months from today, those "After Christmas" sales begin.

Tennis star Serena Williams turns 27 today. They try to keep her away from the cake after she's blown out the candles. One year she served it and there was cake everywhere!

"Terminator" movie star Linda Hamilton turns 52 today. Where's that friggin' time machine when you really need it?

Olivia Newton-John turns 60 today... 20 years for each name.

Oh my gosh: Donna Douglas, better known as Ellie Mae Clampett from "The Beverly Hillbillies," turns 75 today. I don't even want to think about that midriff showing.

GARY ALLAN LOSES HIS FATHER

Gary Allan and his family are mourning the death of the singer's father, Harley Herzberg, who died on Wednesday (September 24th). In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Harley Herzberg Memorial Fund, c/o Gifts Processing, VU Station B #357727, Nashville, Tennessee 37235.

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Clay Aiken appears on the cover of the latest People magazine holding his newborn son with the headline: "Yes, I'm Gay." Well, duh.
  • Some guys have all the luck. But in this case it's some girls. Lindsay Lohan has confirmed that she's been dating Samantha Ronson "a very long time."
  • Sharon Stone has lost custody of her 8-year-old son to ex-husband Phil Bronstein.
  • Scientists argued that the rings of planet Saturn were formed as little as 100 million years ago. Now they say they were actually formed billions of years ago. What other "science facts" are wrong?
  • Joan Winson has died at age 77. She was such a die-hard "Star Trek" fan, she organized the very first Trekie convention.
  • Britney Spears' Studio City, California, home is for sale. Yours for just $7.9 million.
  • Nicole Kidman says swimming in Australian Outback waterfalls may promote fertility and might have contributed to her unexpected pregnancy. She and six other women who swam in the waters during production of the epic romance "Australia" became pregnant.
  • According to a University of British Columbia and Harvard Business School study people who spend money on others report greater happiness than do those who devote more to themselves.
  • In Maine, a TV news anchor is getting flack for looking like Republican vice-presidential nominee, Sarah Palin.
  • Former adult film star Jenna Jameson has confirmed reports she is expecting twins with partner Tito Ortiz.
  • The New York Yankees won't be in baseball's post-season for the first time since 1995.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow is hyping her new web site, goop.com, that will promote better living.

Want to look 10 years younger?? Have Sex!

A British study of 1000 men found that who had sex at least twice a week had half the death rate of those who indulged less than once a month. According to neuropsychologist David Weeks, who found that men and women reported having sex an average of four times per week looked 10 years younger than they really were.

What makes men cheat?

Marriage counselor M. Gary Neuman dug through past research on male infidelity and found that most answers came from the wife's point of view. 'Wouldn't it make more sense to ask the guy?' he thought. So for his new book, "The Truth About Cheating," Neuman surveyed 200 cheating and noncheating husbands to get at the real reasons behind men's infidelity including what cheating men say could have prevented them from straying. Here are some reasons he cheated:

  • 48% of men rated emotional dissatisfaction as the primary reason they cheated.
  • 8% of men said sexual dissatisfaction was the man factor for their infidelity.
  • 66% of cheating men report feeling guilt during the affair.
  • 68% of cheaters never dreamed they'd be unfaithful, and almost all of them wished they hadn't done it.
  • 77% of cheating men have a good friend who cheated.
  • 40% of cheating men met the other woman at work.
  • 12% of cheating men said their mistress was more physically attractive than their wife.
  • 6% of cheating men had sex with a woman after meeting her that same day or night.
  • 73% of men got to know the other woman for more than a month before they cheated.

One Hit Wonder Day

Congratulations to Barbara of Mohave Valley who identified our montage of one hit wonders and one a 4 pack of tickets to the movies and a Morning Jolt Tee Shirt and Key Chain!

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

MOM'S DICTIONARY OF MEANINGS

  • Dumbwaiter -- One who asks if the kids would care to order dessert.
  • Feedback -- The inevitable result when the baby doesn't appreciate the strained carrots.
  • Full Name -- What you call your child when you're mad at him.
  • Grandparents -- The people who think your children are wonderful even though they're sure you're not raising them right.
  • Hearsay -- What toddlers do when anyone mutters a dirty word.
  • Independent -- How we want our children to be for as long as they do everything we say.
  • Puddle -- A small body of water that draws other small bodies wearing dry shoes into it.
  • Show Off -- A child who is more talented than yours.
  • Sterilize -- What you do to your first baby's pacifier by boiling it, and to your last baby's pacifier by blowing on it and wiping it with saliva.
  • Top Bunk -- Where you should never put a child wearing Superman jammies.
  • Two-Minute Warning -- When the baby's face turns red and she begins to make those familiar-grunting noises.
  • Whodunit -- None of the kids that live in your house.

Water Cooler Talk

  • The town of Olema, California, has officially changed it's name... to Obama.
  • Hootie and the Blowfish front guy, Darius Rucker, has landed on the top of the country music charts with his new song, "Don't Think I Don't Think About It."
  • A recent Glamour.com poll found that 35% of women admit to having feelings for a friend, but never reveal these feelings.
  • A new song from Taylor Swift will be featured in the season premiere of "Grey's Anatomy" Thursday night. It's called "White Horse."
  • The U.S. Mint will roll out four new designs for the one-cent coin that honors the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth and the 100th anniversary of the production of the Lincoln cent. The tails side will not display four stages of Lincoln's life, while the heads side remains the same.
  • Matt Lauer is going to take everyone's best shots at the next Friar's roast on October 24th. Among the roasters: Katie Couric, Meredith Viera and Brian Williams.
  • Officials with the National Transportation Safety Board investigating the plane crash involving former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and celebrity disc jockey DJ AM said the cockpit voice recorder revealed that the crew thought a tire blew and tried to abort the takeoff but couldn't stop.
  • For the first time in the history of James Bond movies, agent 007 will not be saying the famous line, "Bond, James Bond" when the next one comes out. You also won't be hearing, "Shaken, not stirred" when "Quantum of Solace" hits theaters in November.
  • Lindsay Lohan has turned down a lucrative offer to pose nude for Playboy magazine's 55th anniversary issue.
  • David Blaine is hanging upside down in Central Park for 60 consecutive hours. His latest stunt will end with a "Dive of Death" tonight on a two-hour special.
  • George Clooney says no thanks to "ER" and will not return for the show's upcoming final season.
  • The new non-Seinfeld Microsoft ads are out and feature people saying "I'm a PC," including Eva Longoria.
  • In his new memoir "Pieces of My Heart," Robert Wagner says he had a four-year love affair with Barbara Stanwyck.
  • Mariah Carey is working on a Christmas movie to go along with her Christmas album.
  • 'Lost' spoiler: Claire won't be around for season #5, but will return for the 6th and final season.

Those Nutty Kids Today!

Police in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania arrested a male suspect they charged with 27 traffic violations, endangering another person's life, resisting arrest and fleeing an officer after he was caught in a high-speed chase! We'd tell you the suspect's name only we're not allowed to -- because he's an 11-year-old boy! The boy's foster parents alerted police after he stole their station wagon. When police spotted him on Route 917, he drove away and a hot pursuit ensued reaching speeds of 85 miles per hour! Did we mention he was 11? A chasing police car hit the rear of the boy's car causing it to spin out of control and crash into a utility pole, thus ending the car chase. The boy was not injured and was promptly arrested. He's 11 -- you got that right? (AHN News)

This is a joke right?

Wrong. Chocolate covered bacon is the latest fair food fad and it's winning rave reviews. "It's not just for breakfast anymore," exclaims Joseph Marini III, a fourth generation candy maker in Santa Cruz, CA. The bacon bonbons are a big hit at the Minnesota State Fair, where the chocolate covered bacon pieces are called Pig Lickers. (Sun)

Women dig Alpha Males!

(Cosmopolitan) The football quarterback. The high stakes attorney. The hedge fund entrepreneur. What do they all possess? Alpha male traits that women are conditioned to desire: uberconfidence, aggressiveness, and status. But, says Tina Tessina, Ph.D., author of "The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again," "while these types of guys can be great supporters financially, they may not lend as much emotionally because they are focused on themselves and their own achievements." The counterparts on the machismo spectrum, of course, are the beta males. "Personality wise, they tend to be laid back, even tempered, and gently assertive," says psychologist Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. "They're comfortable with a teamwork approach instead of having to be in control all the time." And while they may never rise to be the CEO of a company, these sensitive dudes are more inclined to put friends, family and significant others before career ladder climbing. For this reason, they complement powerful women well. They're not threatened by your intelligence or how much money you make, which is often the root of trouble when an alpha female is in a relationship with an alpha male. So how do you tell the difference?

  • On your first day, he takes you: Alpha male, paintballing. Beta male, pumpkin picking.
  • He never fails to give you: Alpha male, butterflies. Beta male, support.
  • After playing mini golf, he: Alpha male, snarls at you for winning. Beta male, high-fives you for winning.
  • His favorite Wii game is: Alpha male, Resident Evil. Beta male, Mario Kart.
  • His favorite superhero is: Alpha male, Batman. Beta male, Superman.

Women dig Alpha Males!

(Cosmopolitan) The football quarterback. The high stakes attorney. The hedge fund entrepreneur. What do they all possess? Alpha male traits that women are conditioned to desire: uberconfidence, aggressiveness, and status. But, says Tina Tessina, Ph.D., author of "The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again," "while these types of guys can be great supporters financially, they may not lend as much emotionally because they are focused on themselves and their own achievements." The counterparts on the machismo spectrum, of course, are the beta males. "Personality wise, they tend to be laid back, even tempered, and gently assertive," says psychologist Yvonne Thomas, Ph.D. "They're comfortable with a teamwork approach instead of having to be in control all the time." And while they may never rise to be the CEO of a company, these sensitive dudes are more inclined to put friends, family and significant others before career ladder climbing. For this reason, they complement powerful women well. They're not threatened by your intelligence or how much money you make, which is often the root of trouble when an alpha female is in a relationship with an alpha male. So how do you tell the difference?

  • On your first day, he takes you: Alpha male, paintballing. Beta male, pumpkin picking.
  • He never fails to give you: Alpha male, butterflies. Beta male, support.
  • After playing mini golf, he: Alpha male, snarls at you for winning. Beta male, high-fives you for winning.
  • His favorite Wii game is: Alpha male, Resident Evil. Beta male, Mario Kart.
  • His favorite superhero is: Alpha male, Batman. Beta male, Superman.

There's a good reason why men and women often get their wires crossed their brains are poles apart.

Researchers say that female brains have larger areas devoted to emotions, decision making and spatial navigation than men while, big surprise, the male brain has much more of an area devoted to sex. The result is that men and women wind up processing information differently. Scientists at Harvard Medical School found that women have larger problem solving and short term memory sections in their frontal lobes than men. And at the University of California, researchers discovered that women process emotions on the interpretive right side of the brain while men do it on the analytical left side. (National Examiner)

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • George Michael has been caught with drugs again: this time, crack cocaine and pot while in a public restroom. He's sorry, again, too.
  • Nielsen says only 12.24 million people watched Sunday's Emmy Awards, less than the 2007 and 1990 shows, which were both slightly under 13 million.
  • 37% of guys say they can forgive a girl for cheating.
  • Spider-Man could become a musical on Broadway next year, according to Marvel Studios Chairman David Maisel.
  • Vice-Presidential hopeful Sarah Palin drew a campaign crowd of 60,000 the other day in Florida.
  • Miners in South Africa have found a nearly-flawless, 600-carat diamond.
  • Rumors says that Keanu Reeves and his girlfriend Parker Posey are expecting their first child together.
  • 20% of adults surveyed under 30 say being wealthy is a top priority
  • Isaac Hayes has left everything to his wife, Adjowa, his children and the Isaac Hayes Foundation, which promotes literacy, music and nutrition, according to his will.
  • Natalie Cole has been hospitalized in New York after suffering a setback in her battle against Hepatitis C.
  • Earl Palmer has died at age 84. It was Earl on the drums for Little Richard's "Tutti Frutti" and The Righteous Brothers' "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'."

It is Psychic Tuesday today on the Morning Jolt!

It's Psychic Tuesday today on the Morning Jolt! Call in on the Flagger Line 704-KFLG or Toll Free anywhere in the Tri State 888-339-KFLG to talk to our resident psychic John Kane. John will need your first name and one question pertaining to pretty much anything but health and the media. Check out John's Website www.johnkanepsychic.com or call him direct for a reading at 859-648-0371

The Jetsons -- the first ABC program to be broadcast in color -- premeired way back in 1962.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Former Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and DJ AM are expected to fully recover from burns they suffered in a South Carolina jet crash that killed the pilot other three people aboard.
  • Hong Kong comedian Stephen Chow will play Kato in the upcoming film, "The Green Hornet," the same role made famous by the late Bruce Lee in the 1966 TV series.
  • Donald Trump told Larry King that he switched from supporting Hillary Clinton for president to backing John McCain.
  • "Sopranos" actor Lillo Brancato is set to go to trial October 28 in the murder of an off-duty New York City police officer.
  • Spice Girl Victoria Beckham, wife of soccer player David Beckham, has cut her hair into a very short "pixie" cut, starting a craze in Great Britain with women getting their hair sheared the same way.
  • That video for Honey Honey's song, "Little Toy Gun," was directed by and features Kiefer Sutherland.
  • Two-time Oscar-winner Hilary Swank underwent surgery to remove a benign growth, and is recuperating from the procedure.
  • Microsoft is entering "Phase Two" of their Windows marketing, which is code for "they're done with the Seinfeld and Bill Gates ads." Two is all you're gonna get.
  • Anti-Scientology protesters showed up for Katie Holmes' debut on Broadway on Thursday night. The group of about 20 protesters, some masked, chanted "Scientology is a cult" and "Free Katie."
  • Heather Mills, Paul McCartney's ex-wife, is donating $1 million worth of soy hamburgers, soy hot dogs and soy chicken cutlets to one of the poorest neighbourhoods in the Bronx.
  • Naomi Campbell's billionaire boyfriend is hinting that he may propose soon.
  • Bernie Mac's last movie, "Soul Men," co-starring Jennifer Coolidge will hit screens in November.
  • The Jonas Brothers rented Dodger Stadium to celebrate Nick's 16th birthday last week by having some friends over to play baseball.
  • Britney Spears' trial for driving without a valid California license is all set for next month. Her lawyer is pissed, saying under normal circumstances, Spears should be allowed to pay a $10 fine, period.
  • In Russia, lawmakers want to ban two western holidays because of their bad influence on young people: Halloween and Valentine's Day.

NOT TONIGHT!

There's a reason we're not having sex with you other than "I don't feel like it," or "I have a headache." Relationship guru Laura Synder says women are always in the mood to have sex, they just don't know it. So if a girl tells you "no," it may be because of one of these reasons:

  • We're mad at you -- Most women can't have sex with a guy they'd like to kill. And unfortunately for you, we bottle up that resentment, instead of simply letting you know when you've done something that upsets us. Solution: Talk to us and calmly ask us if you've done anything that has upset us lately. If we quickly says "no," ask again and encourage us to be honest with you, because we all know when a girl says "nothing," it's always something.
  • We're overwhelmed -- Between work, workouts, night classes, family dinners, drinks with friends, cleaning the apartment, and cooking you dinner, it's a miracle that our head hasn't spun off. Solution: When we get home tonight, offer to help ease her load by cooking her dinner and doing the dishes. And tell her that she isn't allowed to do anything but sip a glass of wine and relax. This ought to do the trick, and if not -- abort -- abort -- you have a real witch on your hands!
  • We just don't like sex -- Some women just don't like sex. Such women have sex with a guy in the beginning of the relationship to "land him," but once they have him where they want him, they don't feel that they have to have sex with him anymore. Solution: Find out if she had bad sexual experiences in the past that have made her dislike sex. If she insists that she simply doesn't have the same appetite as you when it comes to sex, then it's up to you to decide how important sex is to you.
  • We feel un-sexy -- If we feel un-sexy, we won't want to. Maybe we havn't gotten around to doing our bikini line or we forgot to shave our legs, but it's not uncommon us women to judge ourselves harshly. We are emotional creatures, after all. Solution: Lay on the flattery -- and I mean good! Most of the time it's as simple as paying us a genuine compliment that can remind us how hot we are after all.
  • We're no longer attracted to you -- Despite what we may say to your face, we may never be in the mood for the simple reason that we're just no longer attracted to you. Solution: Perhaps the reason we no longer are attracted to you has little to do with you, per se, and more to do with someone else. Does she seem distant lately? Does she have a short fuse when it comes to you? Is she into doing things and going places that she never had an interest in before? If so, her attention may lie with another.

11 Festive Fall Sips

Great drink ideas for fall parties! Just cut and paste the url below into your browser.

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Speed Clean Your House

Must you spend an entire Saturday cleaning? The fast answer: No. Follow our minutes-a-day shortcuts and you'll never waste a weekend scrubbing and mopping again.

Given the choice between spending five hours scrubbing, mopping, vacuuming, and dusting on a Saturday or spending a few minutes a day keeping messes under control, we know what we'd choose - and we bet you'd choose the same. So we consulted with David Bowers, author of Dad's Own Housekeeping Book, and Laura Dellutri, author of Speed Cleaning 101, for a foolproof, free-up-your-time guide to getting -- and keeping -- the entire house clean in just minutes a day.

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Football 101

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America's Favorite Cities"

If you want to go where the beautiful people are, stay away from Philadelphia, Atlanta and New Orleans. According to the 2008 "America's Favorite Cities" survey by Travel + Leisure magazine, the least attractive people in the U.S. live there. Miami, San Diego and Austin were tops for good-looking people. Want more?

  • Most Friendly: Charleston, Least Friendly: Los Angeles
  • Most Stylish: New York City, Least Stylish: Orlando
  • Most Intelligent: Seattle, Least Intelligent: Los Angeles
  • Most Athletic/Active: Denver, Least Athletic/Active: New Orleans
  • Best Nightlife: Las Vegas, Worst Nightlife: Santa Fe
  • Best Skyline: New York City, Worst Skyline: Orlando
  • Best Food/Dining: New Orleans, Worst Food/Dining: Orlando
  • Best Culture: New York, Worst Culture: Orlando
  • Best Historical Sites: Washington, DC, Worst Historical Sites: Orlando
  • Most Diverse: New York, Least Diverse: Nashville

THIS WEEK IS National Dog Week

September 22-28. A celebration is to bring attention to man's best friend and to educate all dog owners. Part of man's education is to know the top dog breeds to help men attract women According to pet columnist Dr. Jeff Nichol of the Albuquerque Journal:

  • Mini pincher -- chicks love mini versions of big dogs. They are little so they don't cost a lot to feed, and they look really tough especially with a studded collar.
  • Beagle -- Charlie Brown was the sensitive underdog. You too can be the sensitive guy with a Beagle.
  • Dalmatian -- any dog who hangs out with firemen is a sure bet with the ladies. This dog is a born hero.
  • English Pointer -- Cute enough for a lady to swoon over; tough enough so you won't look like a wimp.
  • Dachshund -- This little guy is a wonder with the ladies. They are cute and are begging to be cared for.
  • Greyhound -- Sleek and aerodynamic plus many Greyhounds need rescuing so you'll score some serious points with the ladies. So, cook some linguini and introduce her to Vincenzo the Italian Greyhound.
  • Golden Retriever -- Goldens are easy to train and strong, but their most outstanding trait is character. They are outgoing and devoted companions to all sorts of people, happy and trusting. But they can also be protective. Every woman's dream.
  • Labrador Retriever -- Labs are playful, loving to people and hardworking. Put a bandanna on him and he's an instant chick magnet. The Lab can be counted on as a true friend anytime, anyplace.
  • Border Collie -- These dogs are brilliant, you can train them to do anything from catching Frisbees to delivering roses to lovely ladies on the street. They are clean, cute and wonderful herders. They are not too big to scare the lady off and their soft coat is irresistible to the touch. A woman just has to pet this dog.
  • Mutt -- Most mutts are found as strays, rescued from shelters. The Mutt is a natural conversation starter. "What kind of dog is that?" is the usual question the proud owner may hear. A guy with a mutt shows the world that substance matters. His dog may not have the cachet and price tag of a pure breed but, like a rare priceless work of art, the mutt owner knows the dog is unique and one of a kind.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • An Italian model is planning to sell her virginity for a million Euros.
  • Brad Pitt is donating $100,000 to fight California's Proposition 8, a November ballot initiative that would eliminate same-sex couples' right to marry.
  • Nick Jonas got a new puppy for his 16th birthday this week, which he named "Elvis."
  • Lindsay Lohan offered to make several appearances to help the Obama campaign and was given a polite, "Thanks, but no thanks." Not quite the image they'd like to convey.
  • Trivial Pursuit becomes a syndicated game show on TV beginning next week.
  • That Minnesota bridge that collapsed last year has officially reopened.
  • For whatever reason, Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood has gotten into collecting Russian dolls.
  • Norman Whitfield, who co-wrote a string of Motown classics including "War" and "I Heard It Through the Grapevine," has died at age 67.
  • The Bette Davis postage stamp comes out this week. It features her from the movie, "All About Eve."
  • Hillary Swank was hospitalized to have a "small benign growth" removed.
  • Gary Coleman was officially charged with reckless driving and disorderly conduct after an incident at a Utah bowling alley.
  • Ryan O'Neal and his son were both arrested on alleged drug possession charges. So sad...

Five tips to help you make the most of your first month on the job (from CareerBuilder.com):

You've just accepted a new job. The position is likely to be more challenging than your last one, and the people, policies and procedures will be unfamiliar to you. Because first impressions are lasting ones, here are five tips to help you make the most of your first month on the job (from CareerBuilder.com)

  • Start fresh - When preparing to leave your old position, you'll probably be busy tying up loose ends right up until you walk out the door on your last day. That's why it's important to unwind and clear your head before you begin a new job. Try to take at least a few days off between leaving your old position and starting your next one. * Assess the corporate culture - After starting your new job, spend some time studying the culture at the firm. Consider arriving 30 minutes early and leave half an hour late on your first day or two to get a sense of how many others in your group do the same.
  • Clarify expectations - It's important to be on the same page as your manager from the start, so within the first couple of days, meet with him or her to discuss your responsibilities and how your position fits into the grand scheme of things.
  • Get to know the team - While your boss will likely take you through the office to meet everyone on your first day, your introduction should go beyond, "Hi, I'm Rachel." Take the initiative to speak to colleagues for a longer period of time, whether it's over a coffee break, lunch or more formal one-on-one meeting.
  • Have a game plan - Think like an executive by developing a strategy to guide your first 30 days on the job. Not only will you remain on the right path, but your plan also will serve as a useful tool for your first review. Include goals you hope to accomplish and steps you must take to reach them.

Today's Guest DJ's Tood Hachmann and John Keneman with this year Cornfest

Thank you to Tood and John for dropping by today and telling us all about the cool and exciting events going on next weekend at Cornfest! Friday Sept 26th 3pm-10pm and Saturday Sept 27th 11am- 10pm. Come out for the food, drink, live entertainment, have a great time. All proceeds go right back into the community. There's NO place like Cornfest. Don't you miss it!! For more information www.thecornfest.com or call 928-704-corn!

Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day

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Today is Talk Like a Pirate Day

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Thursday, September 18, 2008

I-35w Opens In Minneapolis

http://www.startribune.com/local/28596159.html

A note from Mike Brown of the BLM


Kirt & Jessi - Here's a picture of 2 of the burros you helped us adopt.
The one with her head turned away from the camera is Zephyr - who is very pregnant and due any day. If we get a photo fo the baby, I'll send it as well. The burro munching hay is Morning Star who is Zephyr's son.
Thanks again for all your help.
Mike

No time for peace and quiet

The Internet. The TV. The BlackBerry. The iPod. We're so busy with "media noise" that there is no time left for peace and quiet. According to a study from media researchers at Britain's M-Lab, the average person gets only 63 minutes of peace and quiet each day. And that's on a good day. One in three adults don't even get an hour of rest from media noise while at home, and 22% get 30 minutes or less. About one-third of us wake up to the sound of a television or radio, and 71% listen to a TV, radio or use their computer just before going to sleep at night. The typical adult consumes more than 50 hours of media a week.

Water Cooler Talk

  • Kellie Pickler is going to join Ryan Seacrest and Dick Clark for their New Year's Special from Times Square.
  • Katie Couric is next in line to interview Sarah Palin.
  • By the way, if you're wondering what kind of makeup Sarah Palin wears, she used to wear Mary Kay. These days, it's MAC.
  • In just 90 minutes, a heated car seat can create a significant increase in men's scrotal temperature -- which can impair sperm quality and could negatively impact a man's fertility.
  • Barbara Walters says she has lost 15 pounds over the past year.
  • Now that's an endorsement: New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson says Val Kilmer should be the state's next governor.
  • Fox is developing a contemporary take on "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" called "Georgia and the Seven Associates," an hour-long comedy-drama about lawyers.
  • Amy Poehler will be leaving "Saturday Night Live" after the November election to go on maternity leave. And she won't be coming back. Instead, she will focus on her upcoming NBC series, a spin-off from "The Office."
  • The man that must have had more women's panties thrown at him than anyone else, Tom Jones, is going to release his first album of new material in 15 years in November.
  • Police arrested Ryan O'Neal and his son on suspicion of having drugs in their Malibu home. His son is on probation for drug possession.
  • A new study says that overweight kids are more likely to have headaches.
  • Stephen Colbert is going to host his own Christmas special this year on Comedy Central November 23, called "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!"
  • The mother of Britney and Jamie Lynn Spears says Jamie Lynn told her she was pregnant in a note.
  • Mariah Carey admits that the only book she has ever read is the Bible. They don't call it the Good Book for nothing.
  • According to a new survey, 97% of all American teens play video games -- that's 99% of boys and 94% of girls.

BAD HABITS CAN BE A GOOD THING

Sun) There's a good side to nearly all bad habits, say experts and this quiz reveals how your tiny faults can reveal some very positive aspects of your personality. Discover the upside of your naughty behavior:

  • You're a perfectionist -- You're a detail oriented person who strives for excellence in everything you do. You're also intuitive and generous, when family and friends need your time and talents the most.
  • You're a procrastinator -- You're an upbeat person who never loses faith that you'll eventually meet your goals according to your own timetable. You stake stress in stride and actually come alive with great ideas when a deadline is looming.
  • You're kind of sloppy -- You're living proof that a messy environment is a sign of a creative mind. A place for everything is a concept you run from, preferring to depend on your imagination and artistic prowess to solve any problems that come your way.
  • You're hardheaded -- You're a true blue person who can be counted on to stand up for family and friends without wavering. You're the same way about your beliefs, keeping the faith that your ideas are the best way to achieve success.
  • You're often late -- You're ruled by your emotions rather than the hands of a clock, enthusiastically embracing intriguing situations while dodging a set routine. Loved ones may be annoyed on occasion, but they also admire how you live in the moment.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • According to a new survey, 35% of Blackberry users would choose their service over their spouse.
  • MTV's video countdown show, "Total Request Live," will end its decade-long run in November.
  • Megan Fox is engaged to Brian Austin Green, but she says three years ago, she was madly in love with a female stripper in L.A. named Nikita.
  • Forces are trying to reunite Richard Gere and Debra Winger together on Broadway, to appear together in a production of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
  • Cosmopolitan says 37% of guys say they can forgive a girl for cheating.
  • Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have donated $2 million to create a center, named after their adopted daughter, Zahara, for Ethiopian children affected by AIDS and tuberculosis.
  • Turn about is fair play: Sarah Palin says that she once dressed up as Tina Fey for Halloween.
  • Britney's next album will come out December 2, on her 27th birthday.
  • Speaking of albums, David Cook's premiere album will come out November 18th, but there is a new official web site now: www.DavidCookOfficial.com
  • Tennis star Serena Williams will release her memoirs in 2009.
  • A Vault.com survey found 82% of people know of a romance between co-workers.
  • When Celine Dion sang at Madison Square Garden in New York on Monday night, she had 11 body guards watching over her.
  • Not surprising, "Saturday Night Live" enjoyed some of its best ratings in years last weekend.
  • Ellen Degeneres is the newest face for Cover Girl.
  • Porsche now has enough interest in Volkswagen that they say they're controlling it now.

Here are six true-life signs that you shouldn't stick around at your new job. (from Careerbuilder.com)

  1. You ask your new boss for supplies and she hands you a No. 2 pencil and legal pad -- and nothing else.
  2. You were shown to a cubicle your first day of work, given a company manual and haven't spoken to anyone since.
  3. You get the same reaction every time you tell someone about your new job and employer: Raised eyebrows and "Really? ... Good luck with that."
  4. After two weeks on the job, you are already halfway to becoming the employee with the most seniority.
  5. You answer the phone while the company's secretary is away from her desk and find that the voice at the other end is a collection agency calling for the third time that week.
  6. You notice that every day for the last week, at least one person has run crying from your boss's office.

The truth is, guys are right about plenty of things

And, if we listened, really listened, to some of their insights, we could have a happier, healthier love life. How? It turns out men have at least eight things Glamour Magazine says men are right about:

  1. When it comes to sex, what's done is done
  2. Abandon a sinking (relation)ship.
  3. More sex does lead to better sex
  4. You don't need to talk everything to death
  5. And sometimes it's fine to be completely quiet
  6. It's OK (and dare we say it, a good thing) to check out other people
  7. Video games can bring you closer
  8. It's sex, not the Psychic Network

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Pink Floyd founding member Richard Wright has died. He was 65. He died Monday after a battle with cancer at his home in Britain.
  • Best Buy plans to buy Napster for $121 million.
  • According to a new study, people who skip meat and eat only vegetables are six times more likely to suffer brain shrinkage.
  • George Takei and his longtime partner, Brad Altman, were married Sunday.
  • David Foster Wallace, author of "Infinite Jest" and "The Broom of the System" was found dead in his home Friday night, an apparent suicide by hanging. He was 46.
  • Jennifer Hudson is engaged to her boyfriend David Otunga. She got the ring on her 27th birthday.
  • Jennifer Lopez competed in her first-ever triathlon in Malibu on Sunday: the Nautica Malibu Triathlon, finishing the race in 2 hours, 23 minutes and 28 seconds.
  • The wind and water of Hurricane Ike were so strong that dozens of coffins were unearthed from grave sites in Orange, Texas, floating to the surface and bumping into each other as they moved about the flooded cemetery.
  • Lindsay Lohan's mother Dina says she supports her relationship with Samantha Ronson, whether they are lovers or not.
  • Eva Mendes has confessed a secret crush on Mick Jagger after she ran into the Rolling Stone in a hotel elevator in France four years ago.
  • "Kung Fu Panda" comes out November 9th on DVD.
  • What do the "Lost" actors do in the off-season? Daniel Dae Kim has pleaded no contest to a drunken driving charge from last October. He was ordered him to pay a $500 fine plus $212 in court costs, and to perform 72 hours of community service.

Fox News - Tina Fey Returns To SNL To Spoof Sarah Palin / Hillary Clinton

I love Sarah Palin but Tina Fey is just spot on and I had to post this!

It is Psychic Tuesday today on the Morning Jolt!

What does the future have in store for you? Get on the Flagger line and have your question ready and ask our resident psychic John Kane at 888-339-KFLG OR 704- KFLG. Check out John's website at www.johnkanepsychic.com

National Working Parents Day

Check out the "Working Parents Survival Guide" at http://www.heall.com/mind/parent.html

Monday, September 15, 2008

CRRYS 2nd Annual Poker Tournament Fundraiser at the AVI

Great fun for a great cause! It is all happening on September 27th at the Avi Resort and Casino. 3 sessions, 11am, 1:30pm and 4pm. $40 buy in with $20 add on. Seating is limited so sign up today 928-763-1945 or 928-768-1500.

50% of all buy in will be donated to the crrys shelter and 50% will be paid to the top ten finalists.

Water Cooler Talk

  • Lindsay Lohan's wearing an engagement ring and says that she and her partner, Samantha Ronson, will get married later this year.
  • "House" star Hugh Laurie is poised to become one of the highest-paid actors on TV with a new deal of $400,000 an episode, or more than $9 million a year, to continue on Fox's "House."
  • Cosmopolitan says the average breast size has increased from 34B to 36C over the past 15 years, thanks to augmentations, birth control pills, and increased obesity.
  • A comedian in Italy is facing charges after hurling insults at the pope during her comedy routine. In Italy, that's against the law.
  • Russian Prime Minister Vladmir Putin says that he likes George Bush; it's the people around him he can't stand.
  • Kanye West was arrested at the LA airport last Thursday, after smashing the $10,000 camera of a paparazzi.
  • Michael Douglas is set to play Liberace in a biopic of the flamboyant Polish-Italian pianist directed by Steven Soderbergh.
  • Britain's Prince Harry reportedly sent a naughty action man figure of himself to girlfriend Chelsy Davy last week before he left for Canada.
  • Laila Ali and her husband, retired NFL star Curtis Conway, welcomed their first child into the world together last week... a son: Curtis Muhammad Conway!
  • The Catholic priest that was stalking Conan O'Brien has checked himself out of a treatment center. It could get interesting again.
  • Fox has signed up Gordon Ramsey for two more seasons of his show.
  • To fan the Oscar flames, "The Dark Knight" is going to be re-released in theaters in January.
  • A new study published in the Journal of Consumer Research says that crime shows -- Law & Order, CSI, Cold Case, etc. -- could actually inspire viewers to overeat and spend more money on groceries.
  • Hey guys, Mischa Barton is available. A spokesman confirms she has broken up with her rocker boyfriend.

So why do women cheat?

(Lifescript.com) These days when a woman feels dissatisfied in her relationship, she gets a private e-mail account, posts a profile on a web site and starts looking for hookups herself. "Affairs are not uncommon," says clinical psychologist Nancy O'Reilly (aka Dr. Nancy). "Women tend to keep these things to themselves, but there are signs that they're catching up with the guys." So why do women cheat?

  • Familiarity has bred indifference
  • You're leading parallel lives
  • The passion has fizzled
  • The fantasy has fizzled
  • Your ego needs a boost
  • It's payback time

Men should avoid these 10 biggies:

Relationships are about communication and compromise, but they're also about choosing your battles says AskMen.com. Since men and women think differently, act differently and even argue differently, things can get lost in translation. Men should avoid these 10 biggies:

  1. Her style
  2. Her cooking
  3. Her exes
  4. Gender generalizations
  5. Her finances
  6. Her friends
  7. Solutions to her problems
  8. Her appearance
  9. Her family
  10. PMS

Men's Health asked "Which food is hardest to resist?"

  • Sweets like candy or cakes -- Men, 23%; Women, 41%
  • Fast food -- Men, 19%; Women, 7%
  • Dairy foods like ice cream -- Men, 13%; Women, 16%
  • Snack foods like potato chips -- Men, 13%; Women, 13%
  • Fried foods -- Men, 13%; Women, 10%
  • Alcohol -- Men, 8%; Women, 3%

Friday, September 12, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Before Hurricane Ike even touched Texas soil, it cost 'em a football game. This Saturday's Arkansas-Texas football game has been bumped a couple of weeks to September 27.
  • Kanye West and one of his bodyguards were arrested Thursday at Los Angeles International Airport after the rapper allegedly smashed a paparazzi's $10,000 camera on the floor.
  • Boy George on reincarnation: "I want to come back as Matt Dillon's underwear." (Wait -- did we really need to know that?)
  • Rob Thomas says he spends more time primping than his wife, model Marisol. "She's the most stylish, but I take longer to get ready," he says.
  • Wanna see Larry King? He goes to Nate 'n Al's Jewish deli in Beverly Hills every morning without fail... except when he's out of town.
  • Sarah McLachlan is splitting from her husband of 11 years, and her next two songs, "U Want Me 2" and "Don't Give Up on Us," are reportedly about the subject.
  • The new tiger cub at the Pittsburgh Zoo has been named Billy Ray, after Billy Ray Cyrus.
  • Warner Bros. plans to re-release "The Dark Knight" in January to drum up Oscar support.
  • 17% of new doctors admit making fun of their patients.
  • Val Kilmer is said to be seriously considering a run for governor of New Mexico in 2010.

Men are unhappiest between the ages of 35 and 44

a time when they are most likely to have a mid-life crisis, reports London's Evening Standard of a study conducted by the British government. It's not until men reach age 65 that they start enjoying life like they did in their late teens and early 20s. Women say their unhappiest years were between the ages of 25 and 34 when they were coping with young children. But their happiness rose steadily as they got older, peaking when they passed their 65th birthday. The happiest time of life? Both men and women said their college years, followed by their retirement years.

Men may be unhappy, but it's the women who worry. Almost half of all women said they worry, compared with less than a third of men.

Nicole Kidman was named the most overpaid celebrity in Hollywood

In the second annual list of least bankable stars by Forbes. Kidman's films were estimated to only earn $1 for every dollar she was paid compared with $8 a year ago.

  • Nicole Kidman
  • Jennifer Garner
  • Tom Cruise
  • Cameron Diaz
  • Jim Carrey
  • Nicolas Cage
  • Drew Barrymore
  • Will Ferrell
  • Cate Blanchett

On this date in 1966 "The Monkees" premiered on NBC-TV. How about some Monkees trivia? Here we go:

  • Which Monkee appeared in the Broadway play "Grease!" (Davy Jones)
  • How many seasons was "The Monkees" on the air? (2)
  • Which Monkee wore a wool hat in almost every single episode? (Mike)
  • What brand of cereal sponsored "The Monkees" on TV? (Kelloggs)
  • What was the name of the dummy that lived in their apartment? (Mr. Schneider)
  • What did Frank Zappa do in his guest appearance on the show? (played a car)
  • What Monkees song included the lyrics "Cheer up sleepy Gene oh what can it mean?" ("Daydream Believer")
  • What did Davy want to be when he was living in England? (Jockey)

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Al Franken has become the Democratic candidate for Senator in Minnesota. It'll be Al against incumbent, Norm Coleman.
  • The ancient Incas measured time in potatoes instead of hours and minutes, they marked the time it took to boil a spud.
  • A worker at a restaurant in Lebanon cracked open an oyster and found 26 pearls inside. It's being submitted to the world record folks.
  • Chances are good that you can add a few years to your life if you take the stairs instead of the elevator. Doing this over a three-month period will dramatically increase your level of fitness, according to a Swiss study.
  • Oasis had to postpone its concert in London, Ontario, after a fan attacked and injured guitarist Noel Gallagher during their Toronto concert over the weekend.
  • The average Alaskan eats twice as much ice cream as residents in any other state.
  • Kenny Chesney dominated the CMA Award nominations on Wednesday with seven, including "Album of the Year" and "Entertainer of the Year."
  • A Wisconsin clothing boutique says that Oprah's mom owes them $156,000!
  • The new assistant football coach at Harvard-Westlake High School in Los Angeles? A guy by the name of Ashton Kutcher. He's a buddy of the head coach.
  • The smooth-talking Italian businessman, who once dated actress Anne Hathaway and claimed to have friends in high places at the Vatican, pleaded guilty Wednesday in a multimillion-dollar real estate fraud case.
  • Usher and his wife Tameka Foster are expecting another baby together.
  • This year's Halloween episode of the Simpsons will take on "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown."
  • Commerical bakeries are allowed to add 27 chemicals to bread without listing them on the label.
  • For the last time, William Shatner will NOT appear in the new Star Trek movie, opening this Christmas.
  • Pamela Anderson is denying the rumors that she is dating Michael Jackson. She says he wanted her to appear in a music video, that's all.

TODAY IS

National Boss/Employee Exchange Day -- Trade places with your boss for a day. Aimed at helping bosses and employees understand and appreciate each other's perspective. Now that you're going to be the boss, just remember:

* Smart boss + smart employee = profit
* Smart boss + dumb employee = production
* Dumb boss + smart employee = promotion
* Dumb boss + dumb employee = overtime

Here are the results to a recent office rage survey:

* Overwork, faulty computers and annoying workmates were the main cause women are more likely to snap than men.
* 51 percent of women had nearly punched a colleague, compared to 39 percent of the men questioned.
* Three quarters of workers felt they worked less productively in a bad mood.
* Some 15 percent said fear of making a mistake when their boss was angry made them work more slowly.
* Employees can cut tension by avoiding gossip, talking to managers and not disturbing colleagues.
* Bosses should defuse conflicts early, listen to staff complaints, avoid overcrowding and set realistic workloads and deadlines.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

KENNY CHESNEY LEADS LIST OF CMA NOMINEEs


Kenny Chesney received seven nominations at this year's CMA Awards, it was announced live on Good Morning America on Wednesday (September 10th) morning. George Strait and Sugarland trailed behind with five nominations each. Rascal Flatts and Taylor Swift announced part of the 2008 nominees on the ABC morning show, while Lady Antebellum and James Otto finished the list live on CMT from Nashville's Sommet Center. The winners will be announced on November 12th during ABC's live broadcast of the CMA Awards from the Sommet Center.

The nominees for the 42nd annual CMA Awards are as follows:

ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR
Kenny Chesney
Brad Paisley
George Strait
Sugarland
Keith Urban

FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
Alison Krauss
Miranda Lambert
Martina McBride
Taylor Swift
Carrie Underwood

MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
Kenny Chesney
Alan Jackson
Brad Paisley
George Strait
Keith Urban

ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Carrie Underwood -- Carnival Ride
Brooks & Dunn -- Cowboy Town
Alan Jackson -- Good Time
Kenny Chesney -- Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates
George Strait -- Troubadour

VOCAL DUO OF THE YEAR:
Big & Rich
Brooks & Dunn
Montgomery Gentry
Sugarland
The Wreckers

VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR
The Eagles
Emerson Drive
Lady Antebellum
Little Big Town
Rascal Flatts

SINGLE OF THE YEAR
Kenny Chesney -- "Don't Blink"
Miranda Lambert -- "Gunpowder & Lead"
George Strait -- "I Saw God Today"
Sugarland -- "Stay"
Trace Adkins -- "You're Gonna Miss This"

SONG OF THE YEAR
Alan Jackson -- "Good Time"
George Strait -- "I Saw God Today"
Brad Paisley -- "Letter To Me"
Sugarland -- "Stay"
Trace Adkins -- "You're Gonna Miss This"

MUSICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR
"Another Try" -- Josh Turner & Trisha Yearwood
"Every Other Weekend" -- Reba McEntire & Kenny Chesney
"Gone Gone Gone" -- Robert Plant & Alison Krauss
"Life In A Northern Town" -- Sugarland, Little Big Town & Jake Owen
"Shiftwork" -- Kenny Chesney & George Strait

MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR
Kenny Chesney -- "Don't Blink"
Alan Jackson -- "Good Time"
Sugarland -- "Stay"
Brad Paisley -- "Waitin' On A Woman"
Trace Adkins -- "You're Gonna Miss This"

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Jason Aldean
Rodney Atkins
Lady Antebellum
James Otto
Kellie Pickler

Hanging with the Moose at Ashley Home Furniture

Sarah Palin Action Dolls Are Here!

Sarah Palin Action Dolls Are Here!
Well it didn't take Hero-builders long to get out the Sarah Palin action figure dolls. The dolls will sell for about $32 and you can choose from two models -- Sarah Palin the Executive and Sarah Palin the Super Hero. Sarah Palin the Executive is dressed in a formal business suit while Sarah the Super Hero sports a long black coat, white mini-skirt and a revolver strapped to a thigh. Hero-builders founder Emil Vicale said, "I expect the the gun-toting doll will sell the better of the two. She's tough; she's a hunter, a real action hero." The 12-inch dolls are the latest in a line of American political candidates who have been immortalized by the company including Barack Obama, John McCain and Hillary Clinton. (Ananova)

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

It is Psychic Tuesday!

Call and ask our resident Psychic, John Kane at 7 & 8am to see what the future has in store for you! Get on the FLAGGER Line 704-KFLG or toll free 888-339-KFLG! To find out more about John check out his website www.johnkanepsychic.com

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Monday, September 08, 2008

Water Cooler Talk

  • Britney Spears opened the MTV Video Music Awards and picked up Best Female Video and Best Pop Video for "Piece of Me."
  • Anthony Edwards will reprise the role of Dr. Mark Greene in the November 13th episode of "E.R."
  • Michael Moore is going to take a cue from Radiohead and release his next film on-line for free! "Slacker Uprising" will be available for download beginning September 23.
  • Get this -- thinking makes us hungry. That's the word from researchers at Laval University in Quebec City, Canada, who concluded that just using our brains for intellectual activities makes our tummies growl. The harder the intellectual task, the hungrier we get, reports LiveScience.com.
  • Britney Spears had sex, drank alcohol and experimented with drugs well before her 16th birthday. That's what her mom, Lynne Spears, says in a book set to hit bookstores on September 16.
  • The Reverand Jesse Jackson is in the hospital due to stomach pains.
  • Turns out that rumor about Jamie Lynn Spears sending vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin's daughter a baby gift was wrong.
  • Vanity Fair priced the outfit Cindy McCain wore Tuesday night at the Republican Nation Convention. From pricey earrings to her Oscar de la Renta designer dress to her shoes and came up with the mind-blowing figure of $300,000.
  • Students who skip breakfast don't perform as well as students who eat it.
  • They're trying to round up the cast of "Ghostbusters" for one more movie. I don't think they're too busy.
  • According to financial affidavits filed in divorce court near Tampa, Hulk Hogan claims his net worth is $32 million and he's spending $38,000 a month on legal fees. His wife, Linda, spends $7,000 on clothing, $7,500 on maid service and about $1,700 on jewelry each month.
  • Chris Carter, the writer/director of the X-files TV show and movie has been hospitalized for "physical exhaustion and an acute sleeping disorder."
  • David Spade is the father of Playboy playmate Jillian Grace's newborn daughter. The baby girl was born August 26 in Missouri.
  • Beyonce is on a diet after just gaining 20 pounds to portray Etta James in a new movie, "Cadillac Records.
  • Two of the posters for Angelina Jolie's latest movie, "Wanted" have been banned in Britain for "glamorizing guns."
  • If you go to mymms.com, you can put your photo on M&M's.
  • "Family Guy" creator Seth McFarlane is coming out with a new series and it will debut on Google!
  • That new U2 album? It's being delayed.
  • The Toronto International Film Festival is underway. The big question: will the visiting Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston cross paths?
  • Sir Paul McCartney is buying an apartment in New York so that he can be near his girlfriend, Nancy Shevell.

IN 1966, the TV series "Star Trek" made it's debut. That seems like light years ago.

Star Trek - Where No Man Has Gone Before

Friday, September 05, 2008

Today in History

ON THIS DAY

On this date in 1698, The Czar of Russia imposed a tax on men's beards. The measure passed by a whisker.

In 1836, Sam Houston was elected President of Texas along with his vice-president, George W. Dallas.

On this date in 1882, thousands of people marched through the streets of New York in the very first-ever Labor Day parade. Yep, they gave up their day off to honor the days they don't have off, so they could work towards better conditions for workers and give them more days to be non-working workers. Yeah, we're confused, too.

So who is more likely to cheat?

Men:

  • Overall, men are 7% more likely to cheat than women, with the likelihood of having an affair increasing with age and peaking when a man is 55 years old. Then it decreases with age.
  • Men from all economic classes are equally likely to cheat, although those with a college education are 3% less likely to have an affair than are men who only have a high school education or less.
  • Unhappy men are 13% more likely to have an affair than happy men.
  • Religion has no impact on whether men decide to have an affair. "The result that religion does not affect male behavior toward infidelity is consistent with expectations based on biology. As with spousal education, men don't weigh the costs -- spousal quality or eternal damnation -- when deciding whether or not to have an affair," the researchers said.

Women:

  • The peak age to cheat is 45 years old, which is logical because the top benefits for women of being unfaithful are biological and socioeconomic.
  • Women seek out men -- even if it's all subconscious -- who would be good fathers and have the education and financial stability to provide for a family.
  • Upper-class women are 8% more likely to cheat than middle and lower-class women.
  • Educational attainment has no impact on the likelihood of cheating, but women who are married to a man who has a college or graduate degree are 3% less likely to have an affair. "If a couple divorces because of an extramarital affair, a woman married to a highly educated man will lose income and may not be able to find another partner of similar quality. Men act as if this consideration is not important," Elmslie said.
  • Unhappy women are 10% more likely to cheat when compared with very happy women.
  • Religious women are 4% less likely to have an affair than women who are not religious. What will stop both men and women from having an affair? Plain and simple: Getting caught. Men who live in rural areas are less likely to cheat than men in cities because of the decrease in anonymity in rural areas. And like men, women living in rural areas are less likely to cheat because they are more likely to get caught.

Water Cooler Talk

  • She won't be performing, but Britney Spears will be opening the MTV Video Music Video Awards on Sunday.
  • First Jennifer Aniston signed up to be a guest star on "30 Rock", now Oprah is going to pop in on the November 6th episode.
  • Research shows that 57% of home-cooked dinners in America have no vegetables!
  • Mackenzie Phillips is back in rehab again. If you're keeping score, this is visit #10.
  • Jamie Lynn Spears has sent a baby gift to Bristol Palin, the vice-presidential nominee's pregnant daughter.
  • LeAnn Rimes is the new spokesperson for a national campaign called "Stop Hiding from Psoriasis." She's been suffering in private for years, but she says it's time for people to speak up and get treatment.
  • Bill Melendez has died at age 91. He was the animator that brought the Peanuts gang to life in all those TV specials.
  • According to Allure, 25% of employees have taken a day off from work to cope with stress.
  • Christina Aguilera is the latest artist to go "Target." Her next album will be exclusively available there.
  • For those who can't wait: the pilot of HBO's new vampire drama, "True Blood," is actually available for rent in Blockbuster stores before the series premiere on Sunday.
  • The writer-producer of the "Wonder Years" is working on an 80s version of that show for NBC.
  • Confiding in your parents may help keep you healthy, according to a study in Psychosomatic Medicine.
  • The former Seattle Supersonics, now residing in Oklahoma City, are going to be called "The Thunder."
  • One rumor going around is that if elected, Barack Obama has promised Hillary Clinton that he appoint her to the Supreme Court.

Are you suffering from a "bad boss"?

In The Worst Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Work, authors Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht describe some of these bosses and how to deal with them.

  • The Control Freak micromanages every move you make. How to Deal: Bombard this person with emails, reports and meetings. This might overwhelm him and throw off his controlling behavior.
  • The Buddy tries to solicit personal information and seeks inclusion as though you are best of friends. How to Deal: Include this person but keep your distance. Invent a fictional hobby, extend invitations you know she can't accept, and avoid hugs.
  • The Workaholic has sacrificed his life for his job and expects the same from you. How to Deal: Let this person know there is life outside of work. Discuss family, friends and hobbies at every opportunity.
  • The Teller of Bad Jokes always has one for you and it's always bad. How to Deal: Be prepared for the painful punchline and feign amusement. Then change the subject.
  • The Supreme Delegator takes all of the credit and none of the blame and essentially is setting up others to take the fall. How to Deal: In writing, advise on all key decisions and plans, but be prepared for a denial of knowledge if anything goes wrong.
  • The Yes/No Manager could care less about useful information or discussions and simply wants every decision boiled down to "yes" or "no." How to Deal: Present summaries with several alternatives for action. If asked for a recommendation, give it orally.
  • The Passive-Aggressive Boss procrastinates, complains about not enough time, and then blames others for the bad job. How to Deal: Involve others in projects as much as necessary so that you have witnesses.
  • The Indecision Maker needs info from many different sources before making any sort of "independent" decision. How to Deal: Present any question as if you've taken an informational survey of any key employees who might have a stake in the problem.
  • The All-Business-is-Personal Manager can't separate business and personal life. How to Deal: Make your work time enjoyable, one bad incident could ruin your work relationship. In the long run, though, your nightmare could turn into a sweet dream. That toxic supervisor could be the motivating factor for you to make a change for the better.

Thursday, September 04, 2008

Let's all go to the fair!

It's the 62nd Annual Mohave County Fair happening September 11-14th. 10 am to 10 pm except for Sunday when the fair ends at 6pm. Google Mohave County Fair to get a complete list of events. Tickets are only $5.00 and parking $1.00. Keep listening to Kflag Country for your chance to win tickets!

A big thank you to James Guillot and Gerald Olson for being guest DJ's on the Morning Jolt and telling us all about the family fun you will find at this years fair!

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Five Ways to Ask For a Raise

Build your case.

Your desire to move into a new condo or goal of paying off student loans are not valid reasons for a higher salary. Instead, you must demonstrate a compelling business reason for being paid more. Document all your responsibilities to date, focusing specifically on how your efforts have helped the company achieve its objectives. For example, perhaps you helped redesign a website that increased traffic and sales by 15 percent or took on additional responsibilities to save others time. Gathering concrete data, and being able to present this information in an organized manner, is critical to positioning yourself as a valuable asset to your employer.

Research the going rate.

It's always a good idea to investigate what others in your area and with your qualifications are being paid before approaching your boss for a raise. Online services, such as CBsalary.com and the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook are excellent sources. Complimentary publications, like the Robert Half Salary Guides, also provide compensation figures for a variety of jobs in various industries. Estimating your worth on the open market will ensure you don't under- or oversell your services.

Build your case over time.

Despite his or her best intentions, your boss may not be aware of the many projects you're involved with. To prevent your achievements from being overlooked, consider providing your manager with a weekly status report that summarizes the assignments you're working on and have recently completed. A record of consistent performance can bolster your case for a raise.

Time it right.

While the most logical time to discuss a raise is during your performance review, it could be advantageous to speak with your supervisor about the issue before your next evaluation rolls around. For example, you might broach the subject with your boss after you've successfully completed a major project. Just be sure to schedule the meeting at a time when you know he or she won't be overwhelmed with deadlines.

Prepare a 'Plan B.'

If a pay raise is not in your employer's budget, consider negotiating other benefits, such as more vacation time, a flexible schedule or a larger performance-based bonus. If these requests are denied, ask your boss how to best position yourself for a future raise and arrange a date for a follow-up meeting to discuss your progress toward this goal.

Like any negotiation, securing a raise requires preparation and finesse. Taking the time and effort to craft a compelling case and make your value to the company clear will help you increase your chances of getting paid what you're worth.

America’s Fastest-Growing Salaries

Business operations specialists have job duties that vary depending on the industry. Typically, these folks oversee all business aspects of the company.
Salary growth rate: 7.4 percent
Salary: $38,648*

2. Survey researchers create and perform surveys for clients, collecting information used for various reasons.
Salary growth rate: 6.5 percent
Salary: $31,734

3. Industrial-organizational psychologists apply psychology principles to improve productivity and quality of work life in the workplace.
Salary growth rate: 6.4 percent
Salary: $106,844

4. Protective service managers monitor security staff protecting individuals; homes; and business, commercial and industrial organizations. They investigate crimes against clients and create plans to protect clients from theft, sabotage, violence or other situations that endanger the client’s well-being.
Salary growth rate: 6.4 percent
Salary: $75,848

5. Agents and business managers represent and promote clients to prospective employers and handle contract negotiations and other business matters.
Salary growth rate: 5.8 percent
Salary: $113,771

6. Agricultural inspectors make sure agricultural workers abide by laws and regulations surrounding the health, quality and safety of agricultural commodities.
Salary growth rate: 5.6 percent
Salary: $37,001

7. Music directors and composers lead musical groups and create original music.
Salary growth rate: 5.6 percent
Salary: $51,910

8. Film and video editors edit soundtracks, film and video for the movies, and cable and broadcast television.
Salary growth rate: 5.4 percent
Salary: $62,958

9. Aircraft assemblers put together and install parts of airplanes, space vehicles or missiles.
Salary growth rate: 5.3 percent
Salary: $49,824

10. Protective service workers guard individuals and industrial or commercial property against harm, fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry.
Salary growth rate: 5.3 percent
Salary: $25,727

11. Semiconductor processors are production workers who manufacture semiconductors into different-size disks.
Salary growth rate: 5.3 percent
Salary: $35,799

12. Public relations managers supervise public relations specialists, often specializing in specific industries, and create campaigns for targeted audiences.
Salary growth rate: 5.2 percent
Salary: $91,396

13. Geological and petroleum technicians measure and record physical and geologic conditions in oil or gas wells.
Salary growth rate: 7.4 percent
Salary: $53,004

14. Lodging managers oversee all aspects of hotel operations, like establishing room rates and making sure all standards are met within the hotel.
Salary growth rate: 5.1 percent
Salary: $39,517

15. Anthropologists study the origin, cultural development and behavior of humans, while archaeologists recover artifacts to gather information about humans.
Salary growth rate: 4.9 percent
Salary: $66,861

16. Derrick operators assemble equipment and control pumps to circulate mud through drill holes.
Salary growth rate: 4.8 percent
Salary: $42,363

17. Purchasing managers buy goods and services, like raw materials for manufacturing or office supplies, for companies/organizations.
Salary growth rate: 4.7 percent
Salary: $79,606

18. Set and exhibit designers design special exhibits and movie, television and theater sets.
Salary growth rate: 4.6 percent
Salary: $49,190

19. Biochemists study the chemical composition of living things and the chemical combinations and reactions involved in metabolism, reproduction, growth and heredity.
Salary growth rate: 4.5 percent
Salary: $87,408

20. Law clerks assist lawyers or judges by researching or preparing legal documents.
Salary growth rate: 4.4 percent
Salary: $42,754

*Salary is total national average compensation, including bonus and benefits.

http://www.wildhorseandburro.blm.gov/adoption

Wild Horse and Adoption Website


Today's Guest DJ Mike Brown From BLM

Thank you to Mike for joining the Morning Jolt and telling us all about the Wild Horse & Burro Adoption going on September 12-14 at the Mohave Country Fairgrounds. Special Offer for Successful Bidders! They may adopt a Buddy Horse for $25! For more information how you can adopt your very own horse or burro call 866-4-MUSTANGS

Meatball Grinders with a Yummy Sauce

"Sounds a bit odd, but it's fantastic.

INGREDIENTS

• 3 (14 ounce) cans pizza sauce
• 1 (10 ounce) jar apple jelly
• 1 teaspoon Italian seasoning
• 1 teaspoon salt
• 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
• 1 (16 ounce) package frozen meatballs
• 6 hoagie rolls, split lengthwise
• 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese

DIRECTIONS


1. In a large saucepan, mix pizza sauce, apple jelly, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Bring to a low boil over medium heat.
2. Place frozen meatballs into the sauce mixture. Cover and simmer over medium heat for 20 minutes, or until meatballs are done, stirring occasionally.
3. While the meatballs are cooking, preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Place the split hoagie rolls on a large baking sheet.
4. Place several meatballs and desired amount of sauce in each roll. Layer with mozzarella cheese. Place in the preheated oven for 2 to 3 minutes, or until cheese is melted.

Water Cooler Talk

  • Jerry Reed, best known for "When You're Hot You're Hot" and appearances in the "Smokey and the Bandit" has died from complications of emphysema. He was 71.
  • Sony is going to start selling the world's thinnest plasma TV this November. The 40-inch Bravia ZX1 is 28-millimeters at its thickest point and only 9.9-millimeters at its thinnest point.
  • Swedish researchers concluded that children born to fathers who are older than 30 are more likely to develop bipolar disorder.
  • It keeps going up. This year's Jerry Lewis Labor Day telethon for Muscular Dystrophy raised over $65 million in pledges.
  • How many folks were tuned in last week to watch Barack Obama's acceptance speech? Around 38 million, which is more people than those who watched the Olympics opening ceremony in Beijing, the final American Idol episode or the Academy Awards this year.
  • An amateur film of Marilyn Monroe on the set of "Some Like It Hot" has surfaced in Australia almost 50 years after it was shot and is being put up for auction. The 2.5-minute-long, 8mm film shows Monroe and co-star Tony Curtis on the set ahead of shooting a beach scene.
  • Jennifer Aniston is going to do a guest appearance on "30 Rock" this season.
  • Lindsay Lohan's uncle is in the news: he's going to jail for bilking people with 9-11 funds.
  • The famous movie preview voice of Don LaFontaine was silenced Monday when he died of complications relating to a collapsed lung. He was 68.
  • Experts say students who take off a "gap" year after high school may be more likely to complete college. 26 percent of freshmen don't return to their university for sophomore year.
  • John Mayer has already moved on from Jennifer Aniston and was seen in Miami partying with a waitress.
  • A woman claims that Lucille Ball and Desi Arnez were her grandparents. She says her mom was born illegitimately back in the late 40s to the celebrity couple and for the sake of avoiding scandal, gave the baby up for adoption.

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Tuesday, September 02, 2008

Today is Psychic Tuesday!

Kflag country's very own psychic John Kane joins us today at 7 & 8am. Get your question ready and give us a call 704-kflg or 888-339-kflg. Check of John's website at www.johnkanepsychic.com.


 
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