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I have been doing radio since the days of 45's and mullets! I grew up in Columbus and attended Saint Francis DeSales High School and THE Ohio State University.
My wife Ann is a Pre-School Teacher in the Marion City Schools and we have two teenaged sons.
As far as what we do when I'm not on the radio, we play! I am a cyclist, camper and we do Scouting! My teams are The Buckeyes, Browns, Reds & Indians. I also love rock music and it's production, computers, listening to baseball games on my deck. We are active in many community and church activities.
Paul and Ann
At least he sprung for the expensive outfield restaurant seats!
You may be tempted to celebrate this coming St. Patrick's Day with some green beers, but be careful. The green dye used in that St. Patty's Day pint may turn your teeth green.
The green dye that is added to beers will temporarily stain your teeth green (the same way red wine stains your teeth red). If you aren’t careful, the next day, your teeth may still be green!
According to dentists, the key to avoiding this problem is to brush your teeth immediately after drinking the green stuff. Don't fall asleep, or, more accurately, pass out without brushing.
If you’re a dog owner who cringes every time a stranger makes a mad dash toward your dog, knowing that they’ll be greeted with a snarl or a bite, we have the answer for you.
A Canadian dog trainer founded a new movement called the Yellow Dog Project, where owners tie a yellow ribbon around the collar of dogs that are better off not being approached.
The YDP has already attracted 12,000 followers worldwide in just a few months, so it has a pretty good chance of becoming the best way to interact (or not interact) with other people’s pets.
The Vex Robotics Competition is today at the Alber Student Center Gymnasium at the Marion Campus. It's FREE to watch from 9am until about 4pm.
Check this Robot out...