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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
Many people have the same resolution: Get fit.
If you want to be the person in your circle who actually follows through on this resolution, stick by some of these handy tips and watch the pounds melt off:
The old Britney Spears is back -- and it may get her booted from X Factor!
Insiders say the star has been for months showing signs of her old, crazy behavior.
A source tells the New York Daily News, "She shows up late, she wanders around aimlessly, and she is in her own world. She wasn't ready for this responsibility." The source adds that Brit has let down Simon Cowell, who expected her to bring in huge ratings for his show. That, of course, didn't happen. Now the singer, who earned $15 million for her first season as a judge, is rumored to be on the verge of losing the high-profile gig.
Brit's latest downward spiral allegedly began months ago on the set of her perfume ad, where she made a bunch of strange requests. The source says, "First, she wanted the producers to fly Vanilla Ice in to duet with her, which was just weird. They called him and he wanted $500,000, so that wasn't going to work. Then, she demanded that exotic animals be flown in to be in the video and they had to tell her that that wasn't going to work for legal reasons and insurance reasons. She wanted to do her own makeup, and when she would get it done, she would just mess it up on top of what they did."
Parents may tell you that kids take years off your life, but a new study shows that having kids can actually increase life expectancy. The Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health claims that couples who choose to have their own children or adopt live longer than couples who don’t have kids.
Researchers looked at Danish population data on births and deaths from 1994 to 2008. Findings showed that women who had children biologically were four times less likely to die prematurely from circulatory disease, cancers and accidents, and adoptive mothers were two times less likely to suffer from these ailments, compared to childless women.
Rates of death doubled for men who didn’t become fathers whether biologically or through adoption.
Anyone who has ever gone to the zoo with kids will totally appreciate this video of a little boy waving at a beaver and the animal waving back!
Last weekend, the Calgary Hitmen -- a junior Canadian team in the Western Hockey League, held their annual Teddy Bear Toss. For one game in December, 25-thousand fans bring a teddy bear to donate to a local children's charity. And when the home team scores its first goal, fans get to make it rain teddy bears.