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Dave’s Diary: How Old Is Too Old For Bright Red Lipstick

 

I suppose I am showing my age but to me, the essence of hot-sexy-beauty is an image of a pretty woman in bright red lipstick…think Marilyn Monroe.  Now not everybody can pull off the blood red lip look and some of those who can are tempted to hold on too long to the look. 

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Dave’s Diary:Bert & Ernie Are Ernest But Late on Info About Divorce

Today’s show is brought to you by the letter “D”…as in Divorce.  Tammy Wynette sang about it on Country Music radio 40 years ago but 20 years later it was still a taboo topic for the Muppets in their happy two parent homes on Sesame Street and it remained that way for another 20 years …all the while society was knee deep in the debris of divorce.

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Dave’s Diary: A Little More TV Triggers A Lot More Teen Depression

 

You never hear surveys like this about listening to the radio.  You never hear how radio rots your brain or destroys the fabric of society.  Unless it’s the critics of conservative talk radio!  I’m just sayin’. 

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Dave’s Diary: Smartest Cities List Includes Seattle & Vancouver

 

I get to Seattle maybe every other month so I can’t say I claim Ito be an expert on the Emerald City but I must say I never get the sense that as I coming through the tunnel I am entering the presence of brilliance…and yet, that’s what a new survey would seem to indicate. 

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Dave’s Dietary Diary: Tomatoes Can Prevent Depression

 

 I love a fresh, ripe cold tomato…sliced with a little salt and pepper.  Not one of those little cherry imposters but the big red beefsteak kind. Which then begs the question -- Is a tomato a vegetable or a fruit?  Better still, is a tomato a cure for depression?

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Dave’s Diary: Beer Drinking Down – Say it Ain’t So

I read the other day that  Molson Coors, a beer maker, was planning to sue the National Hockey League over reduced beer sales due to the lock out and shutdown of the season.  That I get. I sense their loss, I feel their pain.  But what’s up …or should I say down with beer sales in general? 

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Dave’s Diary: Hey Boss! You’re Blowing It! Time for a Change!

 

Ok, show of hands…how many of you would keep working if you won the 550 million dollar Powerball?  Believe it or not, some people would…people with meaningful work, who love their job, their co-workers and the sense of satisfaction their work provides. 

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Dave’s Diary: Family Values Win Again-Married With Kids Happiest

Here is an interesting observation for you. Married people who have  kids are happier than married couples without kids and the more kids the merrier according to researchers from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. The research seems to indicate marriage is key. Couples who aren't married, even if they are in a committed relationship and live together, don't find greater happiness through children.

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Dave’s Diary: Posture Predicts Poker Player Possibilities

I love playing cards. I grew up watching my relatives play pinochle and whist, gin and cribbage and I was always amazed at how they always seemed to know what everybody else had in their hand.  Uncle Albert Bjorge was the best…but you don’t have to have 70 years of card playing experience to tell if your opponent has a good hand.

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Dave’s Diary: Mess With Your Mind for a Sharper Memory

 

I got out of the movie theater the other day and I couldn’t remember where I parked my truck. It was embarrassing but also a little concerning…my “absentmindedness” is becoming a little too frequent.  Turns out I went right when I should have gone left…only 180 degrees off course! Sheesh!  As a result I’m always on the lookout for articles or stories on memory loss and memory improvement.  

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