Quite possibly the best voice you will hear all day, that’s because when you hear Chris Malone weekdays from 3pm to 7pm, your workday should be about done. Chris keeps your favorite music going strong as you head down the home stretch. Keep 98.5 KTK with you in the car, as hitting the rush hour adds stress; Chris keeps you cool with an hour of commercial-free music starting just before 5pm!
Well it's happened. Time has gone by, your kids have grown up and now (as your parents said about you), kids today do some strange things! Take a look at things kids do today that parents just don't understand, like never listening to voicemails, wearing drop crotch pants and why they don't want to hang out with you anymore!
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There’s no need to go searching all over the Internet for recipes to make party food fro Sunday's last football game of teh season. There are plenty of crowd-pleasing recipes right here that you can make with ingredients that you trust. Thanks to MotherNatureNetwork.com
Best Buffalo Wings – One of the event’s most popular foods can be brought in, cold and soggy, from a local pizzeria. Or, you can make amazing Buffalo Chicken Wings at home, including the blue cheese dressing.
Jalapeno Poppers – For those how like some heat without the meat, these three-cheese, cumin and shallot filled poppers do the trick.
Spicy Toasted Nuts – What is it about the Super Bowl and spicy, hot treats? Maybe it’s because spicy foods go well beer. This quick and easy mixture of nuts and spices takes five minutes to throw together and 20 minutes in the oven with a few stirs.
The Better Business Bureau has put out a national alert to consumers to be on the lookout for any recent charge for $9.84 on their credit or debit card, warning that it could be fraud. A worldwide scam has been discovered in which stolen cards are being used to make small charges in that amount that could easily be missed, attributed to websites with names like EETsac.com, CEWcs.com and EduAcc.in that claim to support customer services. It's not yet clear how widespread the scam is and when the credit card numbers were stolen.
The iPhone’s secret Undo Button. This function isn’t meant to be a secret, but most iPhone users don’t know about it—and it can save a lot of headaches. If you ever make a mistake typing, deleting, cutting, or pasting, here’s what to do. Just shake your phone like you’re furious. (This will not be hard.) An undo option will pop up on screen. Click undo, and your text will be restored.
You may be wise to the many tricks and secrets grocery stores use to get the most coin from your pocket. But some of them are truer and some are not. For instance, notice the check out lane has gotten narrower? That's because supermarkets don't want you to change you mind at the last minute and not buy items. SO there is limited space for you to dump it! Ever notice the music played is slower during the day and weekends? On average, you will spend 29% more time in the store when the songs are slower tempo ( buy more). These and other tricks of the trade are leaked to Reader's Digest.
Advocates of Bulletproof Coffee trend, a cup of black coffee with grass fed butter and medium-chained triglycerides (MCT) oil mixed in, created by Dave Aprey, owner of Bulletproof Executive, are saying that adding the butter to your coffee can help kick your day into overdrive. Kerry Bajaj, a Health Coach at Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York says, "Bulletproof Coffee is a great way to get healthy fats first thing in the morning." It is thought that starting your day with healthy fats is good for cognitive function. Bajaj says that if you're not into butter in your coffee, try having black coffee with scrambled eggs cooked in MCT or coconut oil.
According to gastroenterologist Dr. John Kuemmerle, dermatologist Dr. Maryann Mikhail and chiropractor Dr. Karen Erickson, Spanx can lead to health issues. The shapewear compresses your stomach, intestine and colon which can worsen acid reflux and heartburn as well as provoke erosive esophagitis. It can also cause blot clots due to decreased circulation or numbness, tingling and pain in your legs when sitting because it compresses a nerve in your thigh. This can come and go but it could become constant. Dr. Erickson noted that posture can also be affected because instead of using your muscles to hold yourself up, the Spanx can become a crutch to avoid using those muscles.
Who has time to relive stress? I've got a million things to do and to quote Sweet Brown, "Ain't Nobody Got Time For That!" And thinking about the million things that have to be done stresses me out even more! It's this vicious circle of stress! But now it's time to relax and check out these 40 ways to relieve stress in 5 minutes of less. From chewing gum to counting backwards, any help in reducing stress is always welcome.
Looking to make your selfies better? AskMen.com has some suggestiosn for you! 1. Forget your reflection. 2. Check what's going on behind you. 3. Your face should be naturally lit, but avoid direct sunlight. 4. Keep it clean. 5. Find your best angle. 6. Don't do the mouth pout. 7. Smile. Without actually smiling. 8. Take as many as you can and choose the best one. 9. Relax the muscles in your neck and stick your head out. 10. Be confident.
If you got an email from Target last week about the store's recent mega security breach, be careful. Target did indeed send out emails offering customers one year of free credit monitoring, but scammers are also on the prowl and are sending out similar emails. Target says it has identified and stopped at least 12 scams preying on customers via email, Facebook and other ways. To make sure the email you received from Target is legitimate, check out what it should look like here: http://tgt.biz/1hfzkTl . If your email doesn't match you should not click any links on it or give any personal information. Security experts warn that if your data was compromised in the data breach it's not just Target that customers needs to worry about, but also scammers posing as other retailers or even the IRS.
Do you have a good password? SplashData, a company that makes programs to manage passwords, has revealed that "123456" is the worst password of 2013. The worst password of 2012 was "password" which now falls into second place. The other worst passwords, in order were: "12345678," "qwerty," and "abc123." SplashData's CEO says "Seeing passwords like 'adobe123' and 'photoshop' on this list offers a good reminder not to base your passwords on the name of the website or application you are accessing." (Fox)