OLD WIVES’ TALES…

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o A dog’s mouth is cleaner than a human’s — False. A canine mouth contains 53 types of bacteria while a human mouth breeds only 37. So think twice before giving Spot a kiss on the mouth. o Reading in dim light will ruin your eyes — False. According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, you can’t wear out your eyes by […]

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Darren’s Daily Dose of Weird News – August 20, 2009

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Do you like the idea of skydiving, but not the idea of jumping out of an airplane?  Entrepreneur Kent Sessions is building a skydiving simulator.  It’ll be just the thing for those who want the thrill but are afraid of heights.  He says two minutes in the simulator will cost 50 bucks.  Four 250-horsepower electric fans will be capable of […]

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I’m now unemployed… yet I’m happy about it!

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For my good friends listening to me on WWIL, Life 90.5FM in Wilmington, North Carolina – this message will make no sense whatsoever to you.  It’s not that I’ll be speaking in a different language, it’s just that you’re new friends that haven’t been following the ongoing soap opera the last three months that some radio folks in Rockford, Illinois have been […]

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Darren’s Daily Dose of Weird News – August 19, 2009

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A Detroit-area lawyer is suing Procter & Gamble, saying his teeth have brown stains after he used Crest Pro-Health mouthwash. Mark Rossman’s law partners filed the lawsuit in federal court in Detroit. He says P&G should put a warning on the bottle. P&G spokeswoman Laura Brinker declined to comment on the lawsuit but says “99.9 percent” of users have not […]

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Today’s Weird Holidays – August 19, 2009

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o Today is AVIATION DAY, always on Orville Wright’s birthday. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, August 19, 1871.  ***MARLAR: And for the uneducated, no – Aviation Day has nothing to do with birds. o Today is PENGUIN AWARENESS DAY.  ***MARLAR: One of the few birds that won’t be celebrating Aviation Day. o Today is ZELLA DAY, honoring all ladies named Zella.  ***MARLAR: […]

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Talking With Your Teens

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You can have the best intentions, but if you’re sending the wrong signals, kids will clam up, says Michele Borba, Ed.D., author of “12 Simple Secrets Real Moms Know.” Watch for these: Body language — Avoid gestures like shrugging your shoulders or leaning back with arms folded, which a kid is likely to read as, “I don’t accept you.” And […]

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Ways to Deal With A Noisy Office

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CareerBuilder.com offers these tips to eliminate excess noise at work when you don’t have an office door to close. White Noise — If colleague conversations and ringing phones have you reading the same sentence over and over, try purchasing a white noise CD to play in your computer. Radio/CDs — If your company allows it, download a media player onto […]

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Darren’s Daily Dose of Weird News – August 18, 2009

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iPhone users have found thousands of uses for the now-ubiquitous device. Need to send a quick Twitter? There’s an app for that. Want to see if that picture on the wall is level? There’s an app for that. Need an air horn for tonight’s game? There’s an app for that, too … you can even use it to make calls.  […]

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It’s BAD POETRY DAY

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Today is BAD POETRY DAY.  So here’s my first attempt… Roses are red, violets are blue. I hated your class, and so did everybody else. Okay, here’s another attempt: Two roads diverged in a black forest cake, Split, as a woman’s locks – murdered by a Sears hair-dryer (not be used while sleeping). In the vast cold, darkness of my […]

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