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|Boy we sure are lucky! We get to have a ball every day laughing, telling funny stories, talking to the greatest group of people on earth, our Q102 listeners, and we actually get paid for it!!! When I say that we have the best listeners ever here at Q102, I mean it! I’ve had the chance to work in a lot of places, but here in what we call Shenandoah Country, folks welcome you no
matter who you are, and extend such wonderful, honest friendship. You all have become a real part of my “family”, and that’s for real. It’s awful hard to roll out of bed every day and have fun, unless there’s someone like you to share the morning with! So thanks for getting us started while we help get you started!!
Rosie is test-driving this new 2013 Camaro RS from Jim Stutzman Chevrolet-Cadillac!
It's one sexy, muscle-car beast!!...Check this sweet baby out:
Q102 supports Celebrating Patsy Cline!
It's celebrating our Heritage in the valley, and your family's name can be placed right in front of her Historic House!
Let thousands of yearly visitors see your family's pride!
Click HERE to find out how!!
It's never a bad time to start losing weight!!
Chris lost 70lbs!!
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Help us feed the HUNGRY living here in Shenandaoh Country.
Lord Fairfax Area Food Bank
1802 Roberts Street
Winchester, VA 22604
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One divorce lawyer is saying that people who pour money into lavish weddings are more likely to get divorced down the line.
Amanda McAlister, a divorce lawyer, says that 8 in 10couples who divorce within 5 years cite spending too much on the wedding as a reason.
She explains that young people frequently spend nearly $50 thousand on their weddings and that after the honeymoon the relationship gets strained as the couples tries to pay for all the costs.
McAlister says, "As unromantic as the concept may seem, keeping spending on wedding ceremonies reasonable will build solid foundations for couples and allow the greater financial security that is imperative in today's economic climate."
PEOPLE WITH DEEP VOICES MAKE MORE MONEY:
New research has discovered that men with lower voices make more money than their peers with higher-pitched voices.
Here's how they figured it out:
Researchers studied 792 male chief executives of American companies.
They found that executives with deeper voices earned on average 187-thousand-dollars more in pay per year than those with higher pitched voices.
The research comes from Duke University, and one specialist says that deeper voices are linked to dominant behavior... because deeper-pitched voices are related to high testosterone levels.
After yesterday's story about the Tweetpee...here comes more diaper news:
FARMER SELLS FASHIONABLE CHICKEN DIAPERS
A farmer in Claremont, New Hampshire has invented this special diaper just for chickens. Julie Baker has been highly involved in the poultry show community and wanted to find a way to keep her birds from messing themselves up.
Her business, Pampered Poultry, sells these diapers that fasten over the chicken's tail feathers and, with the help of a paper town, keeps everything clean.
She may get rich from this: she says the orders have been rolling in. Baker says, "I have a lot of customers that keep their chickens in the house full-time and they love the diapers." They come in colors like Ocean Blue, Parrot Green (better hurry, only 2 left!) and Purple Rust.
A Hollywood production complany has also caled, interested in producing a reality series about people who are really into chickens!
Wanna shop for some Chicken Diapers? See all the colors?
NEW HUGGIES TWEETPEE DEVICE SENDS A TWEET WHEN BABY WETS DIAPER:
Maybe the days of parents sniffing their kid's diaper to see if it needs changing are over. Huggies has introduced a device called TweetPee, and it's only being tested in Brazil for now.
You can see the device is small, and looks like a bird, with a sesor that clips to a diaper. When the diaper gets wet, it alerts parents by sending a tweet.
The device works with a TweetPee app that allows parents to monitor diaper moisture, inventory, and keeps count of the average amount of diapers their baby uses. (CBS)
Here's a pic from Twitter of Jennifer and the little guy! Cute!