I celebrated 22 years in radio just this past May and I do mean celebrate because it has been one the most rewarding things I have ever done in my life. In that 22 years I have worked with some of the most amazing talent, made lasting friendships, met my wife Donna and received so much more than I could ever give back.
One of the biggest blessings I have been given in my years is meeting and interacting with listeners. I truly enjoy trying to inform and entertain people. I know that I need music and laughter in my life and try to provide it for you as well.
All of my career has been spent in two places, the first being North Carolina, my home state, and my second home of Florida. First in Melbourne and now Orlando.
When I am not working I am watching television (man I need to find a hobby) I enjoy working out, going to the movies, spending time with the dogs Jack and JD (this is starting to sound like a personal ad) and long walks on the beach (not really)!
Junk foods that are high in refined sugars and saturated fats cause all sorts of problems in your brain. These sugary, fatty foods slow down the production of brain cells, which impacts your memory and learning ability – and could lead to Alzheimer’s.
Junk food also messes with the parts of your brain that control food intake and regulate your weight. So eating junk leads to – you guessed it – eating more junk.
But you can kick the habit. Hi I'm David and I love junk food...admitting is the first step!
A new study has shown that fish oil can slow down those junk food effects.
So next time you want to inhale an entire package of Oreos, consider popping a fish oil pill first.
How about after the Oreos??
We all want to be remembered for something but this is a stretch. I'm afraid of heights, so I would have made it to the top once and then screamed to be let down, unless you gave me a slice and a funnel cake to draw my attention away from impending doom!
A little late for Easter but I just had to post this. Leno was never this good. Can't wait for Fallon to take over The Tonight Show.
It's easy to be cynical but after reading this story you might find yourself softening a bit. Children have a way of looking at things, a way we can all learn from and hopefully remember, because we were children once. They don't deal with the same divides that we adults do they just love. What a lesson we can learn from them and this story!
BOY DONATES GAME WINNINGS TO SICK TODDLER: An 8-year-old boy in Edwardsville, Illinois who won $1,000 in a scavenger hunt has donated the winnings to his 2-year-old neighbor who has leukemia. The 2-year-old's mother, Trish Kielty, said Wyatt Erber told her that if he won the hunt he'd give the money to her daughter Cara. When the 8-year-old called to tell her that he won, she said she was floored. Kielty explained, "He said: 'How much chemo will $1,000 buy Cara?' I'm completely floored by him. To step up and donate his winnings... is crazy." Wyatt said, "I wanted to give it to them. I didn't know what to do with it." A spokeswoman for First Clover Leaf Bank -- the organization that conducted the scavenger hunt -- said, "It's just the sweetest thing that he's been playing all summer for her. We got goose bumps when we heard. I don't know any 8-year-olds who would do this."
It was the song you couldn't get out of your head and the number guys called...just in case it was real (not that I know anything about that), now it's the one you use to save money. Use Jenny's digits to get those discounts without giving out personal information.
For the entire story that will leave you asking, "Why didn't I think of that"? Click HERE!