In the wake of the deadly tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma Monday May 20th, it is important that you know the signs of a tornado and you know how to seek safety in any of the situations in which you may find yourself.
We have provided you with a link to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminsitration to help you prepare and practice your plans. ( http://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/safety.html)
And we remind you to have a battery operated am/fm radio on hand in order to listen for important weather information on WNCO-FM 101.3 or listen on you computer at www.wncofm.com or use the I-Heart Radio App that is available free at www.wncofm.com .
Doesn't it seem like every time you fly there's a crying baby sitting near you? That's because there is. And doesn't it seem like every time you fly there's a smelly adult sitting near you? That's because there is. It's really just something airline passengers have come to expect.
But if you had your choice, which would you rather have sitting next to you? That's one of the questions posed in a recent Harris poll to more than 2,000 airline travelers. 63 percent of people say they would rather sit next to the crying baby. Perhaps that makes the most sense. If a crying baby falls asleep, you get to enjoy some peace and quiet. But if a smelly adult falls asleep, they still smell. (Harris Interactive)
Here are some rules to follow as you turn a ladyfriend into a regular booty call:
The above gentleman appears to have an acceptable amount of hair on his feet. Others aren't so lucky and they are going to great lengths to fix their problem.
Dermatologists say that more and more guys are getting laser hair removal treatments to cure their hairy “hobbit” feet. They say fashion trends like flip-flops and sandals have made men increasingly self-conscious about the look of their feet and lower legs. So, they’re spending eight hours in doctors’ offices – and up to $1,000 – to have that hair removed.
We don't swim in your toilet, so don't pee in our pool!
Each summer, millions of Americans seek relief from the heat at the public pool ... despite the fact that the Centers for Disease Control release a report each year warning about all the bacteria that also goes for a swim in these pools.
A brand-new report from the CDC found that more than half the water samples they took from public pools contain E. Coli bacteria from fecal matter. It turns out that swimmers see water and assume it's just a big toilet.
The CDC says there are two ways the fecal matter makes it into the pool. First, it comes from swimmers who have, what the CDC calls, a "fecal incident." Second, it comes from people who don't shower before entering the pool, something that 70 percent of people say they don't do. So have fun this summer, but maybe keep your head out of the water. (CDC.gov)
If you’re desperately trying to avoid mosquitoes, the secret could be right at your feet.
Researchers have found that mosquitoes – especially those infected with malaria – are attracted to stinky socks.
On the other hand, mosquitoes are actually repelled by clean socks that smell like detergent. (Los Angeles Times)
According to a survey from AskMen.com, guys are more concerned about grooming their skin than anything else.
Here’s a full rundown of the survey results:
Bill Hader is leaving Saturday Night Live after eight years.
The comedian, best known for playing Weekend Update city correspondent Stefon, tells the New York Times, "It was a hard decision, but it has to happen at some point. It got to a point where I said, 'Maybe it’s just time to go.'"
Hader, who's appeared in Superbad, Tropic Thunder and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, will do his last episode on the season finale Saturday.
This comes on the heels of Seth Meyers's being named the new host of Late Night. He'll depart next year. And Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis are also reportedly mulling their own exits. Producer Lorne Michaels says, "They’re making their decisions and we’ll know soon enough."