Here's Bailey with the Niners' Who's Got It Better? song
Check out sneak previews of this year's Superbowl commercials
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Ken meets Barbie and it does NOT go well...
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We promised ideas for your own Snackadium...
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Check out the Budweiser page on Facebook and help name the newest member of the Clydesdale family!
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Here's a preview of the Johnny Cash stamp that comes out later this year.
The Job Fair is Wednesday, January 30, from 8am-4pm at the new Veterans Home on Knighton Road in Redding.
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Jon Miller, the Hall of Fame broadcaster and voice of the San Francisco Giants, is coming to Simpson University Sunday February 10th. We spoke with Roger Janus from Simpson this morning and got the following info for you.
Tickets: $30.00 individual, $300.00 for a table of ten. Sponsor table $500.00 (includes photo op with Jon Miller for your group and acknowlegement in event program)
You'll enjoy baseball themed stadium food
Silent and Live auctions
Stories from the legendary Giants announcer
For questions contact:
Advancement Event Office
buy tickets online at simpson.edu/jonmiller
8 Words That Will Instantly Make You Sound Smarter from collegecandy.com
1. Sequacious - Lacking independence or originality of thought. Great insult for hipsters.
2. Scaramouch - A rascal, a scamp.
3. Obsequious - Attentive to a fawning excessiveness. You know, like that creeper at the bar who won't stop buying you drinks.
4. Chachinnate - To laugh loudly or immoderately
5. Cockalorum - Nothing dirty! Cockalorum means a boastful or self-important person.
6. Calaboose - A local jail. Stay out of the calaboose kids!
7. Nugatory - Of little or no consequence. Next time someone tries to make you angry, just tell them their actions are nugatory.
8. Perfidious - Deceitful and untrustworthy, for when you've run out of words to describe your ex boyfriend.
Tim Tebow REALLY does have his own headphones!
He says, "I was so interested in having something comfortable I could practice on the field in before games. So many headphones can feel good and sound great, but when you're warming up, they fall off and that is a big distraction. We came up with these Combat models to help you keep that focus."
This is NOT an ad! Remember, you get a FREE credit report each year. Here's a friendly reminder to get yours, review it, and challenge any inaccuracies. Good credit is the backbone to your financial success!
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Our Oscar Poll is up and running...Who do you think will win Best Picture at this year's Oscars?
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A new survey by Virgin Active Health Clubs reveals that 64% of women train harder when they exercise with a partner.
- 31% of women use their friends as inspiration to stay in shape
- during the average workout session, women, who exercise with friends burn 17% more calories, compared to those who go it alone
- top reasons for exercise for women who workout with friends include gossiping, long term health, to tone up and to get out of the house
A new survey by Dove Men+Care reveals that the average man only washes his face six times a week.
- men spend just five minutes a week on face care
- men worry more about being overweight (42%) than about their face (32%)
- during their lives, men spend $12,389 on face products compared to women who spend $61,362
Who wants a Dunkin' Donuts?
Dunkin' Donuts plans to open stores in California in 2015. CEO Nigel Travis says, "Some big-name celebrities have even made pleas on national TV for us to bring our famous coffee to Hollywood. We are now actively seeking franchisees to open Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, San Bernadino, Ventura and Orange Counties in California. We expect the first new Dunkin' Donuts.''
What about Northern California?
Oregon's Boneyard Brewery makes Dawg Grog, an alcohol free beer made just for canines.
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Believe it or not, the world's population of frogs are dying in record numbers from athlete's foot! Most of the frogs in Pnama are already dead.
Yahoo! Movies asked, and the people have spoken: the most-anticipated movies of 2013 are mostly sequels.
Yahoo polled readers to determine the top 10 most anticipated films of the New Year and seven of the 10 entries are sequels or installments of a series, with Iron Man 3 getting 22% of the popular vote. Other films on the list include Man of Steel; The Hunger Games: Catching Fire; Star Trek Into Darkness; The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
The only new movies that made the cut are Man of Steel, Pacific Rim and The World’s End.
Here’s the full ranking:
Iron Man 3 – 22%
Man of Steel – 21%
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – 13%
Star Trek Into Darkness – 12%
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – 11%
Fast & Furious 6 – 7%
Anchorman: The Legend Continues – 7%
Pacific Rim – 3%
Monsters University – 2%
The World’s End – 1%
The touted Oprah/Lance Armstrong interview will air over 2 nights - Thursday and Friday, January 17th and 18th at 6:00pm PST. It will air on the OWN network - DISH channel 189, DirecTV channel 279, and Charter Digital channel 741.
Cort Jones-Botta has been missing since August - The reward for information on his whereabouts is now $7500. His mother Sandra has issued a plea to the community - If anyone has ANY information on the case, please contact Redding Police at 225-4214.
Learn more, or view/download poster HERE
This $100,000 backhoe was stolen from the new roundabout/offramp project in Anderson sometime Sunday afternoon and Monday morning. It is from Eddie Axner Construction and had a white concrete hammer/spike device on the back. If you saw/have seen the backhoe, contact local police in Anderson or call 221-2103. There is a $5000 reward for information leading to it's return.
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After disappearing during a thunderstorm, Dierks Bentley's dog Jake was rescued and returned..
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The Girl Scouts have a new cookie for 2013...Introducing Mango Cremes, available starting in February during cookie sales.
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By the Numbers: The Golden Globe Awards from Time magazine
$78,000: Typical cost for female attendees to get “Golden Globes ready” (not including the cost of borrowed jewelry)
93: Number of voting members of the HFPA as of December 2012
$17,500: Price per person of the 2011 Globes package at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, including two-night accommodations, breakfast, lunch, seats at the gala itself, and one A-list after-party of the buyer’s choice
$5 million: Value of the most expensive jewelry ever worn at the event (a record shared by J. Lo and Sofia Vergara)
AT THE EVENT
$1,800: Cost of the dessert served at last year’s ceremony
39: Number of consecutive years the event has been held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
1: Number of on-stage moonings (by Jack Nicholson, in 1990)
1: Number of times the ceremony was cancelled, due to the 2007-8 writer’s strike
9,000: Glasses of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Brut 2002 served throughout the night (at a typical retail price of $84.95 a bottle, that’s about $84,950 worth of champagne)
THOSE GOLDEN MEN
$800: Cost of manufacturing a Golden Globe statue
5.5: Weight, in pounds, of the iconic statuettes, which were first introduced in 1946
25: Number of awards bestowed each year
3: Most nominations for a single person in a single year; by Jamie Foxx in 2005, when he was up for Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, for “Ray”; Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture – Drama, for “Collateral;” and Best Actor in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television, for “Redemption.”
8: Number of awards bestowed over the years on Meryl Streep, winner of the most individual performance-based Globes
9: Age of the youngest Globe recipient, Ricky Schroeder, when he took the 1980 Best New Star of the Year award for his role in “The Champ”
80: Age of the oldest award winner, Jessica Tandy, when she took Best Actress for “Driving Miss Daisy” in 1990
Seriously! This woman is a nitwit!
Monopoly is getting rid of one gamepiece/token and adding a new one. YOU get to vote on the outcome!
Man in India commissions a shirt made of solid gold to impress the ladies!
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See the full list of Oscar nominees, plus clips and trailers from nominated movies...
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Sony is going to begin selling a waterproof Android phone called the Xperia Z.
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Willie McCoy sang Chili's famous Baby Back Ribs jingle. His Funeral was televised on TLC's Best Funeral Ever. Willie's casket resembled a smoker while pallbearers dressed as chefs sang his jingle. Mourners were asked to dip a rib in a barbecue sauce fountain in his honor.
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From Huffington Post:
Imagine it: a life in which you never, ever have to run out and buy "feminine hygiene" products again.
A company called Le Parcel now offers to deliver tampons and pads to you each month, along with some chocolate and a handy mystery gift. Users simply select which brands and products they prefer, enter their cycle's expected start date, and wait for the goods to be delivered right to their front doors incognito!
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Most and Least Stressful Jobs from CareerCast.com
THE MOST STRESSFUL JOBS
1. Enlisted Military Personnel
Median salary: $45,528 (W-1, 8 years experience)
2. Military General
Median salary: $196,300
Median salary: $42,250
4. Commercial Airline Pilot
Median salary: $92,060
5. Public Relations Executive
Median salary: $57,550
6. Senior Corporate Executive
Median salary: $101,250
Median salary: $29,130
8. Newspaper Reporter
Median salary: $36,000
9. Taxi Driver
Median salary: $22,440
10. Police Officer
Median salary: $55,010
THE LEAST STRESSFUL JOBS
1. University Professor
Median salary: $62,050
Median salary: $25,850
3. Medical Records Technician
Median salary: $32,350
Median salary: $35,170
5. Medical Laboratory Technician
Median salary: $46,680
Median salary: $66,660
Median salary: $53,250
8. Hair Stylist
Median salary: $22,500
Median salary: $54,500
10. Drill Press Operator
Median salary: $31,910
8 Words That Most Liars Use from cosmopolitan.com
Odds are, you and your guy have a great relationship, and the only lies he tells are little fibs. But it's good to know how to spot the signs he could be telling a whopper. Lie detection expert Janine Driver, author of the book, You Can't Lie to Me, fills us in on the words that give away a liar:
"Left" Sure, sometimes 'left' is the only word you can use in a situation, but there's some kind of drama involved when he uses it in place of another word that will do (think: "I left the bar at six" vs. "I went home at six"). It could be due to his desire to "leave" the lie behind.
"Never" The big thing to look out for is when he says "never" when "no" will do. It's a sign he's overcompensating. For example, if you ask, "Did you just look at that girl's butt?" and he says, "Never!"
"That" Like never, it depends on how he uses it. If he puts "that" in front of a noun, like "that woman" or "that money," it's a subconscious attempt for him to distance himself
from the word. This is a common trick of manipulators.
"Would" If he skips "no" and goes straight to "I would never do something like that!" when talking about a past event, be wary. For example, "Are you still talking to your ex?" "I would never do that to you!" "Would never" suggests that he plans to do it in the future.
"Yes, ma'am" If your guy is a Southern gentleman, then this doesn't apply. But if he suddenly says "ma'am" to you out of nowhere, be cautious. It's a sign that he feels like he's feeling stressed and knows he's in trouble.
"By the way…" Liars use phrases like this to try to minimize what they say next-but usually it's what's most important to the story. Pay extra attention to what he says afterward.
"But" Liars usually try to downplay what they say with this word, so pay attention when he says something like, "I know this is going to sound strange, but…" or "I know you think I'm lying, but…"
"Why would I do that?" It's a favorite stalling line of liars, so they can buy a little time to work out what to say next. These phrases also fit the bill: "What kind of person do you think I am?", "Are you calling me a liar?", and "I knew this was going to happen to me!"
Men's Health is out with the list of the Hottest Women of 2013...Pay special attention to numbers 12, 24, 28, and 59
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For those who may not know...we lost DJ Jose Ochoa, a member of our Results Radio family, last Friday. We are continuing to do what we can to help Jose's family, including his wife Monica and four children. Here are the latest details on how you can help Jose's family or attend his service.
You may donate to the Jose Ochoa Legacy Fund at any US Bank Branch in the Northstate. You can also contact Jose's family via the Jose Ochoa Legacy Page on Facebook.
A public memorial service for Jose is set for Saturday at 11am at the Redding Civic Auditorium. A large crowd is expected, so you may want to arrive early.
DRINKS REAL MEN NEVER ORDER (AskMen)
Sometimes the manliest of men can be emasculated simply by ordering the wrong kind of drink at the bar. Ask the bartender for a "sex on the beach" and the stories you just told your lady friend of your days playing high school football or the time you wrestled a bear will be forgotten faster than you can say, "Can you put a little umbrella in my drink?"
Here are 10 drinks that "real men" never order.
10. A drink with a name you can't pronounce.
9. Malibu and Diet Coke.
8. Fuzzy Navel.
7. Anything that ends in "tini" that's not a martini.
6. "What she's having."
5. Anything that you find very sweet and tasty.
4. Sex on the Beach.
3. Any fruit-flavored malt beverage.
According to a new sleeping survey, most adults sleep on their sides, wear pajamas to bed, and share a bed with someone who snores.
Here are some results from the survey, commissioned by Anna's Linens to coincide with National Sleep Day on Thursday (January 3rd).
74 percent of U.S. adults wear pajamas to bed; 8 percent said they slept naked.
74 percent said they didn’t remember their dreams in the morning.
74 percent sleep on their sides, 6 percent sleep on their stomach, and 10 percent snooze on their back.
47 percent said they shared a bed with someone who snored.
65 percent said they get a "restful night's sleep" only three nights or less per week; 10 percent said they get a restful night sleep every night; 25 percent said they get a good night’s sleep five to six nights per week.
The night providing the least restful sleep was Sunday, followed by Monday. Friday night provided the most restful sleep, followed closely by Saturday.
Out of those who shared a bed with someone, 63 percent said they probably wouldn't get a better night's sleep if they slept alone. (PRNewswire.com)
156 seconds to grab whatever he wants!
In her book, 1,001 More Ways To Reveal Your Personality, Elayne J. Kahn reveals how your favorite month reveals your personality
January: You like challenges, you are constantly trying to get rid of bad habits and you enjoy starting new things.
February: You are romantic, good with managing your money and sometimes get yourself in debt when you shouldn't.
March: You have a hectic work schedule, wish you had more time to snuggle with your mate and are sometimes moody.
April: You like the outdoors, especially the rain, you don't mind paying taxes and you like to "go with the flow."
May: You are energetic, like the Spring season and seem to be constantly dieting.
June: You love outdoor parties, salads and you are young at heart.
July: You love to sunbathe, read books and drink Pina Coladas. Your friends say you are laid-back.
August: You love sports, argue frequently with your mate and love taking vacations.
September: You like the Fall, like being on a set schedule and use the colorful season to pursue new interests.
October: You like driving and seeing the colors of the leaves change. You love Halloween because of the costumes and you enjoy decorating your home.
November: You like the theater, movies, concerts and other social events. You often check your answering machine and love to pig out on Thanksgiving.
December: Christmas time is your favorite time of the year because you like to give rather than receive. You enjoy the snow and cold weather and like to ski at every opportunity you get. You also like to shop, even when you shouldn't.
10 Craziest Words of 2012 from msn.com
Amazeballs - /uh-mayz-bahlz/ a newfangled way to say amazing; usually used ironically OMG, the chocolate fountain at that party last night was amazeballs.
Babylag - /bey-bee-lag/ the constant state of exhaustion and near delirium experienced by new parents We haven't seen Alice since she gave birth. Blame it on baby-lag.
Boyf - /boif/ a boyfriend; popular in the 1990s but only officially recognized by Oxford English Dictionaries in 2012 This is our fifth date, which means he might be my boyf.
Brain Cramp - /brain-kramp/ a temporary state of mental confusion and/or pain; usually used by students and writers This 30-pager on neurotransmitters is giving me the biggest brain cramp ever
First World Problem - /furst wurld prob-luhm/ trivial annoyances that are exclusively the domain of the privileged; a popular Twitter hashtag since 2009 She's going to spend six weeks on Maui, but all the bungalows at the hotel were booked, so she had to take a suite. Total #FirstWorldProblem.
Floordrobe - /flore-jrohb/ a storage solution for clothing that requires no drawers, hangers or effort; to create, simply drop clothing on the floor I so need to clean my room—it has become a total floordrobe.
Frankenstorm - /frank-in-stawrm/ used by news media to describe the convergence of multiple weather systems resulting in one massive storm; associated with Hurricane Sandy With global warming, there could be more Frankenstorms in our future.
Glamping - (see Picture above) /glamping/ like camping, but way fancier, usually involving lavish vintage-inspired trailers and mahogany-trimmed canvas tents I won't go glamping without my wine and cheese, Egyptian cotton sheets, goose-down duvet and a hand-tufted rug.
Guyliner - /gahy-lahy-ner/ like eyeliner, but for dudes Can somebody please explain to me why Jared Leto feels the need to wear guyliner?
Hangry - /han-gree/ a portmanteau of hungry and angry; so in need of sustenance you begin to feel intense outrage WHERE IS THAT PIZZA WE ORDERED AN HOUR AGO… I AM SO HANGRY!!!!!
9 Ways To Keep Your New Year's Resolutions from bankrate.com
1. Make it something you really want. Don't make it a resolution that you "should" want or what other people tell you to want. It has to fit with your own values.
2. Limit your list to a number you can handle. It's probably best to make two or three resolutions that you intend to keep. That way, you're focusing your efforts on the goals you truly want.
3. Be specific. To be effective, resolutions and goals need to be pretty specific. Jettison the amorphous "exercise more," in favor of "I'm working out at the gym Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 5:30 p.m."
4. Automate. Automating financial goals can maximize your odds for success without you having to do anything. If your goal is to save $3,000 this year, calculate the amount out of each check, then arrange to have it automatically deposited into your savings account each time you get paid.
5. Make a plan. Rather than stating one daunting goal, create a series of smaller steps to reach it. Have an action plan. Figure out exactly what you want to do.
6. Be prepared to change some habits. One reason that resolutions fail is people don't change the habits that sabotage them. One potent approach is to realize that all you ever have is the present moment. So ask what you can do now that will get you closer to your goal. It could mean trade-offs such as sacrificing an hour of couch time for your new goals. That's how you get resolutions implemented.
7. Write down the goal and visualize it regularly. Writing and visualizing are effective tools for fulfilling a goal because they fix it firmly in the subconscious. And if you write down your goals, put them in a prominent place where you'll view them frequently, such as on the fridge or on your desk. Glickman keeps her important life goals and priorities on her computer's screen saver.
8. To tell or not to tell? Having someone hold you accountable can be a powerful tool. In general, making a public commitment adds motivation.
9. Forgive yourself. If you fall off the wagon, jump back on. Many people fall into the trap of believing that if they stumble, they should give up. The truth is you don't have to wait for next year or for some magic moment. Instead, realize that "slipping is part of the process.
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