The curse of the mother’s father may have met its match!
My dad’s dad had a great full head of white hair. Dad had a full head of dark hair up to the day he passed at 84. Me, not so much and me, none too happy about it. I joke about being in radio because hair loss drove me from my television career! They say the mother’s father will determine the son’s hair follicular future! Thanks for nuthin’ Grandpa Bud!
The digital age is here and we all need to come to grips with it! My brother and sister are missing out on a lot of family fun and connection by not being on Facebook and chances are you all know people who refuse to get on board.
I just got back from a tour of Bend, Medford and Portland, Oregon in search of downtown revitalization ideas, plaza possibilities and more. It was a great trip; we shot a lot of video, collected a number of interviews and the city hopes to make it all available to you in the very near future. I think you’ll be impressed.
KIT wants news & information to be where you are when you are on the go-so-we are picking up the pace of our involvement in Twitter. We may be a little late to the Twitter party but at least now we know we’ll be tweeting some of the smartest folks in the country.
As we approach Father’s Day I think back about my dad who passed away in 2008 and what I remember most was how much he loved farming. He had hay fever, asthma and allergies so the grains, hay and cattle he loved were killing him! Still I couldn’t imagine him doing anything else.
I was listening to an air check of our radio show the other day looking for ways to improve what we do and I was a little frustrated by my use of filler words like “um” and “you know”.
I was a little embarrassed by listening to what I thought was less than A-1 broadcaster delivery and then I saw this article from Elite Daily and then I was comforted to know that my struggle was just a reflection of my complexity! (nice spin)
"A new study indicates that people throw in filler words in an attempt to pause for a moment to collect their thoughts, or to prevent the listener from starting to speak. For example, people throw
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