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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
Fake Internet Girlfriend is a service site that, for a mere $250 a month, will set you up with a fake Facebook girlfriend. You even get to be quote “In a Relationship.”
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When you were reading 50 Shades of Grey did you ever fantasize that you and your boyfriend, husband or crush were the main characters in the story? Well put your imagination to rest, because UStarNovels, an international erotic publishing company, offers personalized romance novels for adults. All you have to do is supply them with your name, your sweetie's name, and a few pieces of personal information, like favorite perfume or hobbies, and you are halfway to becoming the next Anastasia Steele!
Thursday, I was helping set up for our sister stations Kidzapalooza event at the state fairgrounds in Columbus. They have lots of cool indoor rides and inflatables for kids, including a Zipline! Yep, I asked them if I could test it out. Here it is...
If getting ink is on your list New Year's resolutions, the journal Science has six new studies that might make you reconsider getting a tattoo. The survey shows that people drastically underestimate how much their tastes will change in the future, meaning you're more likely than you think to regret decisions that have permanent consequences, like getting a tattoo. If you're considering some ink, ask yourself four questions:
We’re more than a week into the New Year, which means there’s a good chance you’ve already broken your New Year’s Resolutions – especially if it’s one of these resolutions that everyone seems to end up breaking:
Spend more time with family
Stop drinking so much
Learn something new