Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Interesting New Year's resoltuions statistics

According to

· 35% percent break their New Year’s resolutions by the end of January

· 23% percent don’t ever break them.

· 40% Percent attribute breaking their resolutions to having too many other things to do.

· 33% percent say they are not committed to the resolutions they set.

· 45% percent of Americans usually set New Year’s Resolutions.

· 17% percent infrequently set resolutions.

· 38% percent absolutely never set resolutions.

Those Who Do Set Resolutions

· 34% percent set resolutions related to money.

· 38% percent set resolutions related to weight.

· 47% percent set resolutions related to self-improvement.

· 31% percent set resolutions related to relationships.

· 39% percent of those in their twenties achieve their resolutions every year.

Top 10 New Year’s Resolutions Ranked as Follows according to

What's your opinion about New Year's Resolutions?

1. Get out of debt or save money.

2. Lose weight.

3. Develop a healthy habit. (e.g., exercise or healthy eating)

4. Get organized.

5. Develop a new skill or talent.

6. Spend more time with family and friends.

7. Other.

8. Work less, play more.

9. Break an unhealthy habit.(e.g., smoking, alcohol, overeating)

10. Change employment.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Do you like your significant other's family?

Since Christmas is just days away, I'm sure most of you in relationships will be putting in some quality time with each other's families. So do you genuinely like your significant other's family? Is not liking your significant other's family a relationship deal breaker? C'mon, get it off your chest one way or another.

Friday, December 19, 2008

Is she a greedy girlfriend?

We received this e-mail from Marcus this morning.....what do you think then answer our Question of the Day.

Morning people! What’s up? I am loving you guys this morning! So check this out. My girl has just informed me that I better have spent at least $500.00 dollars on her this Christmas or she is returning all my gifts! She is out of her mind! I mean come on? That’s not what Christmas is about! I told her she is being selfish and inconsiderate, but she said that she deserves to be treated like a princess. I love her, but what should I do?


Tuesday, December 16, 2008

What does it take to be truly happy?


What does it take to be truly happy? A panel of experts (including a psychologist, a psychotherapist, an entrepreneur, an economist, and 2 workplace specialists) have worked together to come up with a 10-point plan. Do all of these things regularly and they promise you'll soon be smiling ...Fairly obvious stuff but always good to be reminded.

• Plant something and nurture it.• Count your blessings – at least 5 – at the end of each day.• Take time to talk. Have an hour-long conversation with a loved one each week.• Phone a friend with whom you have not spoken for a while and arrange to meet up.• Give yourself a treat every day and take the time to really enjoy it.• Have a good laugh at least once a day.• Get physical. Exercise for an half-an-hour 3 times a week.• Smile at and/or say hello to a stranger at least once each day.• Cut your TV viewing by half.• Spread kindness. Do a good turn for someone every day.– BBC News

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked the ladies, what gift would impress you the most this Christmas and 90% of respondents said an item they'd mentioned in passing that he'd remembered.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you'll be spending less this Christmas, 62% of respondents said no.

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Friday, December 5, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you to vote for the worst movie of 2008. 42% of respondents said, The Love Guru, followed by 24% for You Don't Mess With The Zohan, Beverley Hill Chihuahua received 21% of the votes, Rambo received 8% and Mad Money 2%. We also had What Happens in Vegas on the list but noone voted for it as a bad movie.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you were in favour of a coalition government in Ottawa. 68% of respondents said No.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

A personal message from Santa

Something really neat for the parents to try...
My 4 year old freaked at how Santa sent him a video. It's easy and only takes a few minutes to make the little ones day!
According to speech therapists, this is the worlds hardest tounge twister in the English language........The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick! you try it 5 times fast!!!!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked what was at the top of your wish list for 2009. 46% of respondents would like to have more money, fewer pounds and less stress, tied at 22%, followed by more free time.
No one wanted more sleep! We'll sleep when we're dead right?

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Tipping for the holiday season.

Tis the season for holiday tipping, but how much should you give the hired help? Thank goodness for this handy little guide to how much you should hand out to hired hands ...
• Babysitter ... 1 evening's pay plus small gift from the child.
• Child's Teacher ... Gift (but check school's policy to see if it's allowed).
• Courier ...$15-$25 (if you get regular deliveries).
• Daycare Providers ... $25-$70 each plus small gift from the child.
• Dog Walker ... Cost of 1 session.• Gardener ... $20-$50.
• Hairdresser ... Cost of 1 cut (or $20-$100) if you go frequently, plus a small gift.
• Housekeeper ... 1 week's pay or more (depending on length of service).
• Mail Carrier ... Gifts under $20 (normally not allowed to accept cash).
• Manicurist ... Cost of 1 session (or $10-$50), plus a small gift.
• Nanny ... 1 week's to 1 month's pay plus a small gift from the child.
• Newspaper Carrier ... $15-$25 for daily delivery ($5-$15 for weekend delivery).
• Personal Trainer ... $25 or cost of 1 session.
• Trash Collector ... $15-$20 each.
That’s a whole lot of loot spread around to a lot of people. Do they all deserve it? What professions that normally aren’t tipped should be?

– CNN/”Money”NET:

Monday, December 1, 2008

Innappropriate Christmas Gifts

Check out the email we received on the weekend and tell us about the innapropriate Christmas gift you received.

Dear Breakfast Club,

My boyfriend and I have been dating for two years now. Last Christmas I made no secret of the fact that I wanted a watch for Christmas. He got me a hamster. I hate the hamster. It’s a wonder it’s not dead. Do you want it? How do I make sure I don’t get another completely inappropriate Christmas gift this year?

We received this e-mail from Denise.

I thought you might like this home grown talent Local guys (Scott from Dartmouth & Mark from Sackville) are in the running to win a national video contest. Laugh your butt off and VOTE for the best Christmas video called TALKING BABY WISH LIST at the following link: THANKS & don't forget to VOTE ! (they can only win with votes and community support)

When you get to the link scroll down to Talking Baby Wish List, it is the one done by the local guys, it's the one they'd like you to vote for.

Thanks for your support!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Growing Op movie trailer

Take a look at the trailer for Growing Op. Growing Op is currently showing at Empire Theatre in Bayers lake and was written and directed by Michael Melski, from Halifax. The film was shot in New Brunswick.

Crop for Cancer

Crop for Cancer.

Crop '8am 'til midnight, Saturday November, 29th in the Westphal Room, Cole Harbour Place.

$25 with proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Foundation.

Enjoy a day of scrapbooking, cardmaking or craftmaking of your choice.
There will be raffles, contests and prizes.
Refreshments and snacks provided.
For more information regarding
Registration or crop details
please email
or on Facebook at Crop for Cancer
Space is limited so sign up now!

Special event

The Prescott Group, who build independence for adults who are intellectually challenged through the development of work skills and the opportunities to use them, are holding their 7th Annual Tea and Sale on Saturday, November 29th 10am 'til 2pm, 3430 Prescott Street, Halifax.
Available for sale, crafts, Prescott products, baked goods, seafood chowder, chili, coffee, tea and dessert.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

The Thrill of the Hunt

This one could take a team of psyhchologists years to answer. Maybe you could help in a much shorter time-span. This is an email that was in our in-box this morning. Can you help her out?

Dear Brad, Peter and Moya,

My gal pals and I have a motto about men: Treat 'em mean, keep 'em keen. Ok, so we're not mean exactly, but guys do seem to love the challenge of the hunt, and if we ladies give in too easily, too soon, they're turned off. Why is this so? And why do men lose interest once they "win" the game?

The Hunted?

Monday, November 24, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked if you needed credit to get through the holidays. 61% of respondents said no.

Friday, November 21, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

People Magazine has chosen Hugh Jackman as this years sexiest man alive. Yesterday we asked who you thought People Magazine's Should have chosen, 51% of respondents said Hugh Jackman, 24% said Brad Pitt followed by 20% for Barack Obama, and 2% each for Daniel Craig and Chris Brown.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Ways to SAVE During the Holidays !?

Not only do 'things' seem to be getting more expensive, but the holiday season takes budgeting, saving, and cutting corners. How are you going to make ends meet this year? What are some of your ideas to help spend less? .... (or use less credit! eeeek!) THIS holiday season.

Check your list, and check it twice. If your gift list keeps getting longer and pricier, it’s time for creative rethinking. At the office, suggest a cookie swap instead of a gift swap. Give family group gifts instead of individual ones. And make a list before you shop - and stick to it.

Decorate with what you have. Instead of impulse buys, check your holiday stash before you head to the store for decorations. Reuse what you have in different ways - you might not have to buy new lights after all.

Keep a holiday cash stash. This year, resolve to pay for gifts using paper money instead of credit cards. Using a credit card makes you prone to spending up to 50% more.

Do it yourself. Homemade gifts are huge money savers - and are always a hit.

Be a smart shipper. If you mail gifts to relatives, buy all the items for one household through a site offering free shipping, as many retailers do during November, and ship them direct.

Don’t throw away money on wrapping paper. Even if your craft-phobic, it’s painless to make your own gift wrap. Buy a cheap roll of "Brown Paper", tie on a ribbon and write your holiday message with a sharpie on the wrapping.

Buy hostess gifts in bulk. If you have a lot of parties to attend, early in the season order a case of wine. Leave the box in the garage so you always have a perfect hostess gift on hand - and you’ll save a couple of bucks a bottle.

Streamline your card routine. Update, organize, and number your address list so you know exactly how many boxes of holiday cards to buy. Guesswork often leads to surplus cards you’ll never use.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if your household could survive without a television. 63% of respondents said no they couldn't.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if your winter tires were installed on your car. 43% of respondents said yes, 30% said not yet and 26% said they don't use winter tires.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Great commercial for Guitar Hero

I saw this commercial and I want you to see it as well. Here is Heidi Klum for Guitar Hero check it out.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we were telling you that Entertainment Weekly had named it's Entertainers of the year. Their top 5 were Twilight author, Stephanie Meyer, the cast of Gossip Girl, the cast of The Dark Knight, Tina Fey and Robert Downey Jr. as the top entertainer of the year according to Entertainment Weekly. Here is how you rated their top 5....the cast of Gossip Girl got 9% of vote, followed by Robert Downey Jr. with 14%, then Twilight author, Stephanie Meyer with 20%. The cast of The Dark Knight got 26% of the votes and Tina Fey got the most votes with31%. You can see the entire top 25 at

Monday, November 17, 2008

Justin Timberlake back up dancer for Beyonce on SNL

Justin Timberlake was a surprise backup dancer for Beyonce, Saturday night on Saturday Night Live this weekend, this is quite funny, take a look.

Listener email: Needs Help

I met a guy I really like two weeks ago, and since then he's called me a few times, and we've been texting each other a lot.
--The other day he finally asked me out. But there was one problem: He did it in a TEXT MESSAGE.
--He said that he wanted to hang out sometime this week. I told him I was all for it . . . and that he could call me later.
--Is it lame that he basically asked me out in a text message? Was it because he was nervous? Or is that an acceptable way to do things these days?
--Kristen, 24

Friday, November 14, 2008

Who will Barbara Walters #1 most facinating person be this year?

Tina Fey, Miley Cyrus, and Michael Phelps are among the celebrities Barbara Walters has chosen for her annual 10 Most Fascinating People special. Will Smith, Tom Cruise, Frank Langella, and Rush Limbaugh are also interesting enough to be featured, but Walter's number one choice won't be revealed until her December 4th broadcast. Last year's most fascinating person was Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, who do you think it will be this year?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if your company is having an office Christmas Party? 67% of respondents said yes.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you which movie was your favourite comedy of the past year. We gave you three choices, Mama Mia received 44% of the votes, followed by 27 Dresses with 32% of the votes and Get Smart had 24% of the votes.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Titz 'n Glitz is happening Thursday Nov. 13th!

This is a fun night out in support of men and women dealing with Breast Cancer, who are in financial need.


Titz’n Glitz 2008

Date: Thursday, November 13th
Location: Halifax Marriott Harbourfront Hotel
Price: $50
Doors Open: 7 PM
Ticket Options:
1) Buy Online (available Now) -
2) Buy In Person (until Nov. 8) - any Kara's Urban Day Spa Location
5980 Spring Garden Rd, Halifax (902-422-3900)
940 Cole harbour Rd., Dartmouth (902-462-6556)
650 Portland St, Dartmouth (902-444-4247) 3) Or buy your tickets at the door.


Thursday, November 6, 2008

There Are Monsters

Check out this ten minute clip from Halifax filmmaker Jay Dahl.

The movie is called There Are Monsters. It comes out next year and it is scary.

Here come the warnings:

Some people may be frightened by this ten minute clip and there is foul language including the "F" word.

If you still think you can watch it, here's the link.

Can't wait to see the rest of the movie.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you which chivalrous act is most important for a man to do for you. 38% of respondents said opening doors for you, 30% said warming up the car for you, 12% said make the first move sexually, 9% said walking on the side closest to the street and 7% said pay for everything.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Dartmouth Crossing Shops

We're giving away gift certificates and a shopping spree from Dartmouth Crossing. You may want to click on the link below to make yourself a little more familiar with the shops of Dartmouth Crossing. Good luck!

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you sneak your kids halloween treats. 91% of you said Yes!

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked adults if you'd be going to or have already gone to a halloween party. 78% of respondents said no.

What Your Favourite Dessert Says About your Personality

No cheating. Pick your dessert (only one), then look to see what psychiatrists think about you!

If all of the desserts listed below were sitting in front of you, which would you choose?

- Angel Food
- Brownies
- Lemon Meringue
- Vanilla Cake/Chocolate Icing
- Strawberry Short Cake
- Chocolate Cake/Chocolate Icing
- Ice Cream
- CarrotCake

OK - Now that you've made your choice, this is what Research says about you. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Angel food - Sweet, loving, cuddly. You love all warm and fuzzy items. A little nutty at times. Sometimes you need an ice cream cone at the end of the day. Others perceive you as being childlike and immature at times.

Brownies - You are adventurous, love new ideas, are a champion of underdogs and slayer of dragons. When tempers flare up, you whip out your saber. You are always the oddball with a unique sense of humor and direction. You tend to be very loyal.

Lemon Meringue -Smooth, sexy, & amp; articulate with your hands, you are an excellent after-dinner speaker and a good teacher. But don't try to walk and chew gum at the same time. A bit of a diva at times, but you have many friends.

Vanilla Cake/Chocolate Icing - Fun-loving, sassy, humorous. Not very grounded in life; very indecisive and lack motivation. Everyone enjoys being around you, but you are a practical joker. Others should be cautious in making you mad. However, you are a friend for life.

Strawberry Short Cake - Romantic, warm, loving. You care about other people and can be counted on in a pinch. You tend to melt. You can be overly emotional and annoying at times.

Chocolate Cake/Chocolate Icing - Sexy, always ready to give and receive. Very creative, adventurous, ambitious, and passionate. You have a cold exterior but are warm on the inside. Not afraid to take chances. Will not settle for anything average in life. Love to laugh.

Ice Cream - You like sports, whether it be baseball, football, basketball, or soccer. If you could, you would like to participate, but you enjoy watching sports. You don't like to give up the remote control. You tend to be self-centered and high maintenance.

Carrot Cake -You are a very fun loving person, who likes to laugh. You are fun to be with. People like to hang out with you. You are a very warm hearted person and a little quirky at times. You have many loyal friends.

Let us know if the results are accurate.

Restaurant Inspections

Want to know how your favourite restaurant is doing when it comes to passsing government inspections. Start by clicking on the following link:

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Howlin' Good Tips for Your Companion Animal

Halloween is coming up and we have prepared some tips for kids, parents and dog owners to help keep kids and dogs safe this Halloween. Changes in routine and the strange sights and sounds associated with Halloween can cause stress in a normally placid family dog. Keep dogs out of the fray by securing them away from door and providing a long-lasting chew treat. Teach kids to Be a Tree and stand still if any dogs come near them on Halloween. Halloween is lots of fun for kids, but many dogs will be confused or upset by kids in strange costumes and by lots of people coming to the door, but never being invited in. Doggone Safe offers the following tips for dog owners, kids and parents:

1. Secure your dog behind a closed door or in a crate in a room away from the front door or the party if children are meeting at your house.
2. Give him a juicy bone from the butcher, a sterilized bone or Kong stuffed with hotdog, Rollover or other soft dog treats or a pre-stuffed bone from the pet store.
3. Play music or leave a TV or radio playing in the dog's room to help mask the sounds of the activity at the front door.
4. Close drapes so that the dog does not see people coming and going through the window.
5. If you have a dog that barks at the sound of the doorbell, disconnect it or watch for trick-or-treaters so that they do not have to ring or knock.
6. Puppies and dogs that like to chase can get overly excited by costumes with dangly bits or streaming material. Supervise very carefully if you have a dog that may try to play with your children's costumes while they are wearing them. Teach kids to Be a Tree and stand still if the dog does start nipping at their costume since the more they move, the more exited the dog will get.
Keep your dogs (and cats) indoors around Halloween time. Pets have been stolen, injured or poisoned as part of Halloween pranks or other rituals.
(excerpt from Trainer Sue at

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked what age you think children should stop trick or treating. The results were pretty close, 28% siad 14 years old, 26% said 13 years old, 23% siad 16 years old 18% said 12 years old and 5% said 15 years old.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Pink in the Rink!

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked you if you could read all your children's text messages, would you?
57% said no.

Friday, October 24, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked what you were least likely to give up while penny pinching in these hard economic times. 28% said they weren't willing to give up their cable/sattelite, 20% said home phone, 20% said internet, 17% said cell phone and 15% said DVD rentals.

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Least Favourite Halloween Treats

Terrible Halloween Treats

1) ToothbrushesDentists and orthodontists should not be allowed to celebrate Halloween if they're going to get all tooth doctory on us. Do not bring your work home with you, folks!

2) RaisinsLittle boxes of stuck-together shriveled globs are not what little kids schlep around the neighborhood for all night. When they say trick-or-treat, they want candy that will rot their teeth, not wrinkled grapes.

3) Candy CornThe most polarizing candy of all. The fruitcake of Halloween; it just never goes away.

4) ApplesThis disappointing "treat" is the main reason to avoid unwrapped food while trick-or-treating.

5) Tootsie RollsIt looks like chocolate and sort of smells like chocolate, but the mini brown tubes are not real chocolate.

What was you least favourite treat to get when you were a kid?

Lean and Mean Household Budgets

If your household budget hasn't been adjusted for the worldwide economic meltdown it will be. A survey of 800 Canadians produced this list when asked what we're willing to give up to make ends meet. The story is in today's Globe and Mail.

On the chopping block
Ranking consumer targets
for cuts:
1. Big-ticket events (eg. concerts, sports)
2. Movie-going
3. DVD buying
4. Magazine subscription renewals/newsstand
5. Cable/satellite TV extras
6. Video game buying
7. Home phone
8. Mobile/wireless phone
9. DVD Rentals
10. Home Internet

Answer our Question of the Day and tell us what your family is doing to tighten the budget belt.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Crock Pot Recipes

Do you use a crock pot and have a recipe that you'd like to share? Crock pots are hit and miss with me, mostly miss, I'd love to hear about something tested and tasty!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if seeing holiday season displays in stores this early is ticking you off. 52% of respondents said yes, the other 49% don't mind at all.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Compared to other countries we don't spend so much time text messaging. It led us to ask you if you are text messaging. 51% of respondents said they never text, 23% said occasionally, 14% said they text very frequently and 12% said they text daily.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked if you would be voting in the Municipal Election.
76% of C100 listeners said they would be voting, that number is much higher than the actual number of people who went to the polls in the HRM. Only 37% of eligible voters in the HRM went to the polls to cast a vote.

What your eggs reveal about you.....

According to psychologists Dr Beryl West, how you like your eggs reveals a lot about you ...
• Hard-boiled ... You're a no-nonsense type, quick to form opinions.
• Omelets ... You enjoy taking risks.
• Over Easy ... You are very precise and know exactly what you want out of life.
• Poached ... You are very orderly and don't like to see anything out of its place.
• Scrambled ... You're agreeable and steady; you go with the flow.
• Soft-Boiled ... You're gentle, sensitive and neat, but not always easy to please.
• Sunny-Side Up ... You are optimistic and easygoing.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Haunted Hallow for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Prepare yourself for a very scary 30 minute walk throught the surrounding woods at 1561 Hammonds Plains Road. Over 6000 survivors have made it through over the last 4 years, and more than $28,000 has been donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Tickets are $7 and go on sale at 6:30pm, the walk begins at 7:30 and will continue until 9pm or 1200 visitors, whichever comes first. Visitors are requested to wear stury shoes as you'll be walking through the woods, dress warmly and please no pets.

For more information go to

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we named 5 Pop Culture Hits and asked which one you'd say we couldn't pay you to see? 37% of respondents said they'd never watch High School Musical if you paid them. Followed by 23% for Harry Potter, 17% any Oprah Book Club Pick, 13% any reality TV show and 10% said Lord of the Rings.

Today is Bosses Day. Do they really nead their own day?

“Bosses Day”, an observance since 1958 in which employees are encouraged to ‘honour the boss with a small gift or greeting card’ (aka ‘Brown Nosers Day’). What makes a good boss? Attributes most people select in a recent poll: fair, honest, understanding, approachable, a good communicator.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you the maximum you'd spend in vet bills if your pet was ill? 47% said they'd spend up to $500, 35% said no more than $1000 and 18% said there would be no limit.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the long weekend we asked who initiate's LOVE in your household? 71% said him and only 29% said her.

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Living On A Mean Street

Here's an article from today's Chronicle Herald regarding a by-law complaint against a family in Clayton Park. Have a look and let's talk about it..

He’s fighting pirates off the coast of Somalia; she’s walking the plank on a cul-de-sac in Clayton Park.

At least one of Christine Dickin­son’s neighbours on Trillium Terrace has complained to the city’s bylaw en­forcement department about where Ms. Dickinson leaves her green cart and the length of the grass on her front lawn.

“They called and basically com­plained that my premises were un­sightly," said Ms. Dickinson, whose husband, Chris, is the captain of HMCS Ville de Quebec.

The Halifax­based frigate is protecting food ship­ments destined for Somalia.

“I’d move tomorrow if I could. Am I supposed to be run out of this neigh­bourhood because my yard is not maintained to the standards to which my neighbours think it should be?" Ms. Dickinson said, describing the neighbourhood as “snotty."

“Maybe I should start hanging my underwear across the front of the house and see what happens."

Ms. Dickinson describes her lawn as “a little uncared for, but the grass isn’t waist-high.

I refuse to spray my lawn illegally, so yeah, I have weeds . . . which makes me wonder about how their weed-free lawn is being main­tained."

A bylaw officer left a note telling her there was no violation, but to keep the lawn maintained and remove the green cart from the bottom of the dri­veway.

“My green bin wasn’t illegally on city property. It was just at the bottom of my driveway. My driveway’s verti­cal. It was just a lot easier to access there."

Ms. Dickinson doesn’t know which neighbour dropped a dime on her.

“There are quite a few of them who are very well-off, they are retired, they have their landscaping company, their lawns are impeccable," she said. “But I know that they know that my hus­band’s in the military. . . . They know he’s gone all the time."

Cmdr. Chris Dickinson’s ship left Halifax in July for a six-month deploy­ment, leaving his wife holding the, well, lawnmower. The front lawn is too steep for her 16-year-old son to mow, she said.

“It’s a hill with a retaining wall at the bottom," Ms. Dickinson said. The Quebec native is feel­ing overwhelmed with her hus­band at sea.

“I have no family. I’m all on my own. It’s not like he’s just off do­ing some little tour somewhere. He’s actually in the most danger­ous shipping lanes in the world. I’ve got two teenagers. I work. I travel some for my work. I’m not very big. I do not have big mus­cles and I am just finding it really tough to try to maintain this big, huge house without really any help."

It was “insulting" for a neigh­bour to complain to the city, “as if I’m just being lazy," said Ms. Dickinson, who misses the fam­ily’s former neighbourhood in Dartmouth, where she said peo­ple lent a hand when her hus­band was deployed.

She’s called a landscaping company for an estimate on how much a fall cleanup would cost. But the French translator re­sents the potential expense.

“I work freelance, so cash flow is irregular, shall we say."

Coun. Debbie Hum (Rocking­ham- Wentworth) said she wished the city’s bylaw officers would be as diligent in address­ing some of the more serious con­cerns in her district.

“I’ve got a few properties that are derelict, with garbage and household goods left (outside)," Ms. Hum said.

“It’s unfortunate that perhaps her neighbours aren’t speaking to her directly to just express their concer ns, rath­er than call the bylaw offices. Sometimes that’s all you need."

The city’s 10 bylaw officers are sometimes forced to deal with situations in which neighbours don’t communicate, said Tanya Phillips, manager of bylaw ser­vices.

“That’s, unfortunately, (one) of the things that we end up dealing with," Ms. Phillips said.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked which occupation has the sexiest uniform, 36% of respondents said the military, 33% said cowboys, followed by firefighters with 16%, police officers with 10% and doctors got 5% of the vote.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we told you that starting next year, Ford Motor Company will allow parents to limit the speed your children drive. We asked you if you thought this was a good idea or not. 93% of respondents said it was a good idea, 7% thought it wasn't.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you could trade your job, would you? 53% of respondents said yes, 47% said no.

Monday, October 6, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

On Friday we asked you which daytime talk show do you enjoy the most. 49% of respondents said Ellen Degeneres, 21% said Live with Regis and Kelly, 17% said Oprah and it was a tie for The View and Dr. Phill with 4% each.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you'd be watching any of the political debates on television.
11% of respondents said they'd watch the Canadian Leaders Debate, 5% said they'd be watching the Vice Presidential Debate and 84% said they'd be watching anything but the debates!

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked what your favourite cookie is and 47% of respondents said Chocolate Chip followed by 24% for shortbread, 21% said peanut butter and only 7% said oatmeal raisin.

Message in a Bottle

The first Message in a Bottle has been solved. The lucky winner was Andrea Colbourne of Halifax. She's headed to the Dominican Republic courtesy of Sunquest Vacations andMaritime Travel.

Stay tuned, a new Message in a Bottle is coming soon.

If you were playing along, here are the songs that made up message number one.

Message # 1 The Breakfast Club Wake You Up On C100.

The - Linkin Park - Shadow Of The day
Breakfast - Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffany’s
Club - Beyonce - In Da Club
Wake - Wham - Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
You - Sarah McLachlan - Blackbird ..”you were only waiting for this moment to arrive”…
Up - Shania Twain - Up!
On - Leona Lewis - Better In Time …”how could I turn on the tv”…
C - KT Tunstall - Suddenly I See
One - U2 - One
Hundred - Toto - Africa …”there’s nothin’ that a hundred men or more could ever do”…

Good luck with message number two.

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if it is possible to be friends with your ex! 59% of respondents said yes.

Cookie Recipes

It's Homemade Cookie Day!!!!

Do you have a favourite cookie recipe you can share with the rest of the Breakfast Club listeners?

If so, this is the place to put it.

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Can You Be Friends With Your Ex

This topic came up with the C100 Breakfast Club this morning. Can you be friends with your ex?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you to describe your own personal appearance. 68% of respondents said they are just plain average followed by above average, below average, gorgeous and butt ugly!!

National Do Not Call registration

On line registration for the National Do Not Call list begins today. Here's the link if you want to register your number The number to call if you'd prefer is 1-866-580-3625.

Friday, September 26, 2008

Do women speed more often than men?

Here's an e-mail from Christine....

Driving on the 103 to work every day I have noticed something that seems odd to me. I have noticed most of the people exceeding the speed limit are women. Is this the norm??

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

We were wondering about leisure time yesterday and asked how much leisure time do you have in the run of a day. 39% of respondents said 2 hours, 33% said less than an hour, 16% said 3 hours, 8% four hours, and 4% have 5 hours or more of leisure time every day. Lucky them!!!

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you consider yourself a shopaholic. 78% said no, 22% admitted they were.

Impulse Buying!

Lets continue the discussion we started this morning on the Breakfast Club. What's the biggest item you ever bought on an impulse? Answers we had on the air this morning included a time share, a car and a puppy.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you how much T.V. you watch in a day. 35% of respondents said 2 hours, 25% watch television for 3 hours a day, 20% 1 hour a day, 16% watch 4 hours a day and only 4% of respondents don't watch T.V. at all.

Are You A Shopaholic? Take the Test

Results of the new test found that nearly 9 percent of those polled, mostly women, would be considered compulsive buyers.

Where do you fit in? Take the test below and then answer our Question of the Day.

The new test includes six statements, for which individuals answer on a 7-point scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree:

(Strongly Agree =7, Agree=6, Somewhat Agree=5, Neutral=4, Somewhat Disagree= 3, Disagree=2, Strongly Disagree=1)

My closet has unopened shopping bags in it.
Others might consider me a "shopaholic."
Much of my life centers around buying things.
I buy things I don’t need.
I buy things I did not plan to buy.
I consider myself an impulse purchaser.

Respondents who score 25 or higher would be considered compulsive buyers.

Now that you know your results, answer our Question of the Day.


Monday, September 22, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked which item in your wardrobe you'd be lost without. 74% said the perfect bra, followed by a little black dress with 14%, followed by a white blouse, a snug fitting blazer and a slim fitting skirt.

Best TV Shows

Seinfeld, M*A*S*H, Friends; they're all shows that have stood the test of time. Even though they've been off the air for years, we're still watching them. Here's the there a TV show on the air right now that we're going to be watching ten or twenty years from now? Which current TV show will stand the test of time?

Friday, September 19, 2008

Better Homes Moving Day!

Congratulations to Wendy Pike of Cole Harbour who won over $10,000 of furniture from Gallery One this morning!!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you thought Stephen Harper is hot or not. 87% of respondents said not.

Thursday, September 18, 2008


This Friday on George's Island; My tribemates and I are raising money for Children's Wish Foundation, who grant wishes for kids with life threatening illnesses.
Just click on the link on my name....and click on DONATE NOW to make a secure online donation.
Whatever you can give to help these amazing kids is greatly appreciated.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked how you release frustration, 42% of respondents said they eat, followed by exercising, shopping, smoking, arguing with spouse and drinking.

I've Got A Crush On Harper

Have you heard the latest youtube sensation? It's called "I've Got a Crush On Harper." It's almost a direct rip-off of a song that emerged this summer for Barack Obama. Have a listen and tell us what you think.


Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if your children drink energy drinks. 85% of respondents said no.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you have a tattoo, 65% of respondents said no.

Monday, September 15, 2008

What would you do for Elton John tickets?

Congrats to Joanne Harpell, who won our first pair of tickets for WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR ELTON JOHN TICKETS. She got a tattoo of Elton John with the C100 logo on her leg live on the air this morning, courtesy of Merle from Island Rose Tattoo.
Send your entries to us for next week. Go the contests page at

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked, of the top 5 overpaid actors in Hollywood who you thought should be number one. 45% of respondents said Tom Cruise, followed by Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Kidman, Cameron Diaz and Jennifer Garner.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked who you were more comfortable sharing something personal about yourself with. 57% of our respondents said their hairdresser.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked which character best describes you boss. 38% of respondents said Donald Trump, followed by Michael Scott from The Office with 23% of the vote. Miranda Bailey from Grey's Anatomy and Tony Soprano tied with 15%, and holding up the rear with just 8% of the vote was Mr. Burns from The Simpson's.

Is butting out littering?

Here is a question, sent to our e-mail, from one of our listeners.

Take a look and let us know what you think?

I take Exit 2 into work every day and am amazed at the number of cigarette butts lying on the roadside. I don't understand why smoker's don't find it acceptable to butt them in their vehicle ashtray, but appear to think it's perfectly fine to toss them out the window for all to see, and for someone else to clean up (IE: Community Service / Public Works).

My question(s) do other people find this as mind boggling and offensive as me? Is tossing cigarette butts out the window littering? If yes, should offenders be fined?


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Hands up the Honesty Test!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you would trade your pet for a million dollars. 53% of respondents said no they wouldn't.

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Freshman 15 tips

College freshmen have a special notoriety: A full 15 pounds named for them.

The Freshman 15 refers to weight gained during the first year away from home. But the extra pounds can be avoided if you follow these tips from Brook Benten Jimenez. She's a certified group fitness instructor, personal trainer and nutritionist.

Her tips will work for everyone, even if your freshman year was so long ago that you scarcely remember how many pieces of pizza you ate to win a nightly dorm contest.

1. Ix-nay on late-night acking-snay: Pizza can be delivered at all hours. And having just a slice – well, maybe just two – when everyone else is noshing is more than tempting. But if you must stay up late and are hungry, reach for fruit or something healthy. Which leads us to ...

2. Get enough sleep. "Sleep loss is associated with an increase in appetite," Ms. Jimenez says. "Without adequate amounts of sleep, your metabolism slows down and you tend to move slower and be less active."

3. Make exercise part of your juggling routine. You have lots of balls in the air: Classes, study, socializing. Exercise needs to go on the calendar, too. Even if it is just 20 minutes a day.

4. Be on portion patrol. Lots of dorms offer all-you-can-eat, help-yourself buffets. Don't get carried away; there will be more food at the next meal. Allow yourself one reasonable plate of food.

5. Be mindful. "Remember: Everything you eat has to go somewhere," Ms. Jimenez says. "Every morsel of food has calories, and those calories don't disappear after melting in your mouth." The food may be used as energy or released as bile or used for cell function or stored as fat. "But it does not disappear."

Monday, September 8, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

We asked what your favourite movie was of the top 6 movies of the summer of 2008, here's how they lined up according to your votes. Mamma Mia 30% of the votes, Dark Knight 25%, Sex and the City 18%, Iron Man 13%, Indianna Jones 10% and Wall E 5%.

A Complaint Free World!

Here's an email we received recently. We're giving it a try. If you decide to do the same, let us know how it goes.

Good morning!

I just wanted to let you guys know about this fantastic idea a man in the States had. He has started a complaint-free movement. It is a very simple idea with a very simple solution. You wear a bracelet and every time you catch yourself complaining, gossiping, or criticizing, you switch it to the other wrist. This includes talking, emailing, muttering under your breath, etc. The only thing that is 'free' is thinking the complaint, gossip, and critism. The goal is to go 21 days IN A ROW without complaining, gossiping, or criticizing. He says it takes an average of 4-8 months to go the 21 days. I've been doing it now for two weeks and it is amazing how it has started to change my thinking. I rarely try to 'one-up' people with my complaints, and I tend to catch myself before the complaint comes out of my mouth. I haven't made it one complete day yet without complaining, but I complain a lot less than I used to.

Check out his website (I've included it at the top of this email) for more info on it. You don't have to buy the book or the bracelets, just watch the videos about it and find something that you can move from wrist to wrist, or pocket to pocket, or whatever. He is hoping to have the day before Thanksgiving designated as a national complaint-free day in the States, and I think it would be fitting if we could try to get that going here.

An avid listener - love you guys! You make my mornings.

Friday, September 5, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you live pay cheque to pay cheque. 70% of respondents said yes.

New Music Friday

Today's New Music Friday song was from Brandy, Right Here. Did you hear it? What did you think? If you missed it take a listen by clicking on the link.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you'd prefer it if your children wore uniforms to school?
59% of respondents said yes.

Atlantic Canadian Wealth

The following news story offers some food for thought. Feel free to leave a comment.

HALIFAX - A new study on debt, financial security and the wealth gap in Atlantic Canada suggests things have grown worse for the region's poor over the past decade.The GPI Atlantic report says there is a very uneven distribution with the richest 10 per cent of Atlantic households owning about half the region's wealth while the poorest 40 per cent together own only 3.6 per cent.
The authors say one-quarter of Atlantic Canadian households have no wealth at all, since their debts, on average, are at least as great as their assets.
The region has at least 11,000 millionaire households.The study says there's also an ongoing shift of wealth out of the region with households in Atlantic Canada experiencing the fastest growth in debt in Canada during the six-year period between 1999 and 2005. Consumer bankruptcies have also risen sharply in the region to levels much higher than in the rest of the country.
(The Canadian Press)

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Uniforms or not.

What do you think of uniforms for school? We wonder if it would make your life easier if your children had to wear a uniform to school? You wouldn't need to get all that new back to school clothing. You wouldn't have to feel the pressure of buying brand name items so you child fits in. What's your opinion.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you were glad to see the kids go back to school today and 57% of respondents said yes.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Just Stand Up

We debuted a new song this morning called Just Stand Up. They're calling the group Artists Stand Up To Cancer. It features 15 of the biggest female singing stars in the world right now, people like Leona Lewis, Beyonce, Mariah Carey and Rihanna. If you heard it, tell us what you think. If you didn't hear it, keep listening over the weekend and then come back and tell us what you think of Just Stand Up.

Yesterday's poll results

42% of yesterday's Question of the Day respondents said cleaning the bathroom was their least favourite household chore. 29% said dusting.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Swap a Chore

Take a minute to answer our question of the day, "What is your least favourite household chore?" Then, after you've done that, tell us what chore you would like to swap with your spouse. What chore would you be willing to pick up in return?

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The Most Overrated Movies

According to the website, these are the top 5 overrated movies of all time. We want your opinion. Feel free to add to the list. What you name as the most overrated movie of all time. In the meantime, here's what the website has to day.

#1.) "Apocalypse Now" (1979): "Terribly acted, stilted, and somehow managed to be ludicrously over dramatic without any drama. Yet this movie is widely considered one of the 100 best of all time and is lauded for its star power."
#2.) "Clerks" (1994): "There were sections of this film that were hilarious, but there were twice as many that weren't funny at all. This was an impressive independent film, but nothing that should have achieved the near epic status it enjoys."
#3.) "Titanic" (1997): "A long and boring soap opera without good acting. Flat cardboard characters, and the all time cliché of a tragic love story between two star-crossed lovers."
#4.) "Chicago" (2002): "This was an entertaining picture, but Best Picture? Really? . . . This film was fun if you like a musical, but it's hardly a best picture."
#5.) "Shakespeare in Love" (1998): "Keep in mind that this was the movie that kicked the butt of 'Saving Private Ryan', 'Dark City', 'American History X', and 'The Big Lebowski' all around the awards shows.


Friday, August 22, 2008

New Music Friday

Our New Music Friday song today was Katy Perry's new one called Hot and Cold. What did you think of it? Did you like it?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you what's your ultimate favourite snack. The majority of respondents said nachos, followed by pizza, wings, donairs and poutine came in last.

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Is affordable air travel a thing of the past?

Today is National Aviation Day, celebrating the birth of Orville Wright, who piloted the first self-powered flight in history
According to a new poll, 80% of us believe the days of ‘affordable air travel’ are over. An online survey by website asks what we’d be willing to put up with in order to get cheaper airfare. 41% say they’d give up use of an airplane’s restroom in return for a half-price ticket on a cross-country flight. And over 25% claim they’d be willing to stand up for the entire journey in order to save 50%. Of course, the questions are hypothetical. (Let's hope the airlines don't get any bright ideas!)

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if had ever played hookie from work. 74% of respondents said absolutely Yes!

Monday, August 18, 2008

Dumbest Olympic Sports

With the Summer Olympics in it's second week we are wondering what you think? Are there some sports you think are dumb and don't belong in the Olympics? What are your thoughts?
We'd like to hear you opinion.

Friday, August 15, 2008

New Music Friday

We played the latest song from Pink called "So What" this morning for our New Music Friday. What did you think? Do you like it, or do you dislike it? Her new album is call "Got Attitude" and it comes out on Sept. 15th.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you work with a rude, obnoxious co-worker? It was a tie, 50% said yes and 50% said no. Wow, the yes side is much higher than I thought it would be. If you answered yes, why not tell us some of the things your co-worker does. Remember your posts are anonymous.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Seinfeld Tickets for Sale?

We read in the Herald this morning about Seinfeld tickets for sale to the general public. They're expensive, but it is Jerry...and it goes for a great cause!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you had ever gone skinny dipping. 42% of respondents said yes.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if your parents kislike your partner or spouse. 89% of repondents said "yes", their parents like their spouse.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you'd rather date someone who is shorter than you or skinnier than you.
The results were pretty close. 53% of respondents said skinnier.

Uses for Potatoes.

Clean Silverware – Soak it for an hour in water that you have boiled potatoes in.
Face Mask – Mashed potato with lemon juice & a teaspoon of milk makes a great face mask which you can put on, leave for 20 minutes, and then rinse off.
Remove Berry Stains – Use a piece of raw tater to scrub stained fingers.
Remove Salt from Soups – Add a cut-up potato to soups or stews that have been over-salted.
Soothe Burns – Gently touching a minor burn with a cut potato will take out the sting.
Treat Warts – Rub with raw potato. Its potassium & vitamin C promote healing.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

Over the weekend we asked you if you'd be watching the Summer Olympics. 56% of respondents said no.

Friday, August 8, 2008


The Summer Olympics get going today, what is your favourite sport to watch? Do you plan to watch? Do you care about the Olympics? We are curious what you think, let us know.

New Music Friday

Our New Music Friday song was the latest from Whitney Houston featuring Akon called "Like I Never Left." What did you think?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you had ever tried to pass off store bought food as something you cooked? 70% of respondents said no.


Thursday, August 7, 2008

What's do you think looks sexier?

A recent magazine poll shows that more married men think their wives look hot in jeans than they do naked. 38% say jeans & a T-shirt is the sexiest look their woman can have, compared to 34% who pick skimpy lingerie. Amazingly, being stark naked comes in 3rd at just 20%.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you to vote for the worst song ever as announced by Spinner dot com. We gave 5 choices. "Who Let the Dogs Out" by Baha Men and "Barbie Girl" by Aqua each received 31% of the vote, followed by "Ice Ice Baby" by Vanilla Ice, "MACarena" by Los Del Rio and "I'm too Sexy" by Right Said Fred received the least amout of votes.

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Worst songs ever!

Our question of the day today has 5 of the songs that made it to Spinner dot com's list of the worst songs ever. Do you think there are other songs worthy of making it to the list? Let us know.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday, we asked you if you had ever fallen asleep at work. We were split down the middle half of our respondents had fallen asleep at work and the other half had not.

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

The weekend Question of the Day results.

On the weekend we asked if you find Katy Perry's song, I Kissed a Girl offensive. 75% of respondents said no.

Friday, August 1, 2008

Rex Goudie-Hands Up: The Honesty Test

We had a ball with Rex Goudie of Canadian Idol fame this morning with something new called Hands Up: The Honesty Test. The answers were never revealed on the air. The only way you can find out if we answered in the affirmative is by watching the link below. Hope you have fun too.

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Fashion Do's and Dont's


Muffin Tops
Thongs on the beach
Braided hair
Bra-less women

Socks and Sandals
Handkerchief on head
Fanny packs
Football jerseys
Cycling shorts

What stuff do you see men or women wearing this time of year that drives you nuts?

Wednesday, July 30, 2008

What's the least amount of money you would accept to come to work naked?

That was our question of the day on Tuesday. For the record, 51% said they wouldn't do it for any price. 32% said they would show up naked for a million bucks. For $100,000, 13% of Breakfast Club listeners would come to work naked.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

A listener looks for advice from you

We received this email from Tracey this morning. She needs your help.

Hey guys,

Where's Moya? I have a question. I just finished my undergrad degre at Dalhousie and am going to grad school in the fall. I need a place to live near campus. My guy friend and his friend need a third roommate to lower their costs. I will have my own room, of course. I want to live with them, but I'm engaged. My fiancé will be leaving for UNB and is 4 and 1/2 hours away. He says it's out of the question to live with guys. What do you and your listeners think?


Confused (Tracey)

Fireworks Sale Ban

The city councillor for Fairview Clayton Park wants to see a ban on the sale of fireworks in the HRM. Russel Walker plans to ask council to have staff draw up a bylaw proposal that would ban the sale of fireworks within city limits. Walker says it's a safety issue and he says he has received many calls from people complaining about fireworks being set off at all hours of the day and night. And, although fireworks can't be legally sold to people under the age of 18, Walker says young people are getting their hands on them.

Care to comment? Is a ban going to far? Are you tired of hearing fireworks in your neighbourhood?

Yesterday's Batman Poll

Breakfast Club listeners couldn't agree on an appropriate age that a child should see the new Batman movie. 44% of poll respondents said a child should be at least 12 before seeing the movie. 42 % thought 16 was a more appropriate age.

Monday, July 28, 2008

Too Young For Batman

Here's an email we received on the weekend. Care to comment?

"Consider this. You've paid $10 for the ticket to see The Dark Knight, $10 for the popcorn and you've threaded your way to the seat your friends have been fighting to save for you. You get settled to enjoy the movie, one you've been dying to see. Then it happens -- the crying baby, the kid asking their parents questions, the foot kicking your chair.
Isn't this a PG rated movie? Isn't it past their bedtime? It seems like no curfew is necessary when parents are bringing their kids to adult movies.
Where are the boundaries? There are adults' films and kids' films. I never consider having a drink and going to see Hannah Montana with a theater full of tween-age girls because that would be inappropriate. It is equally inappropriate to bring a small child and expect that they will understand or appreciate the film they are seeing.
So what does a parent do when they want to see The Dark Knight? You consider that not every moviegoer is interested in being your babysitter. Leave the kids at home -- and, for that matter, think before you let your preteens go on their own.

Friday, July 25, 2008

New Music Friday

Our New Music Friday song was the latest from Mariah Carey, I'll be Lovin' U Long Time. What did you think of it?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday question was....Most people leave a tip at Tim Horton's . Should you tip for take out?
91% of the people who responded said no.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if for your vacation this summer you are travelling to a family or friends house to save money on expenses. 61% of respondents said no.

World's Worst Tourists

Congratulations Americans! You are no longer the world’s most obnoxious tourists. Not even close. A survey of employees at some 4,000 European hotels reveals that the Chinese have taken over the #1 spot in this category, followed closely by Indians and French. They are all stereotyped as loud, argumentative, and cheap. The French are also reprimanded for unwillingness to attempt local languages and outright refusal to tip. On the other hand, the Japanese take top honors as most quiet, polite, and tidy tourists; followed by Germans, Brits, and Canadians.

This is a question for hotel employees and waiters and waitresses, past and present What's the rudest thing a guest/customer has ever done on your shift?

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Travel Mooching

Nearly 60% of Breakfast Club listeners admit they've cut back on summer vacation plans due to outrageous gas prices.

‘Travel Mooching’ is when you crash for free with family members who live in desirable destinations. Are you a travel moocher? Are there travel moochers in your family, do they help out with things when they come to visit or do they lay around like they're on vacation?

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Your Favourite Movie Vilain

Callers this morning were telling us about their favourite movie villain. Some of the movie baddies that made the cut included Glenn Close's character from Fatal Attraction, Malcom MacDowell in A Clockwork Orange and Cathy Bates in Misery. Why don't you tell us about your favourite villain.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you'd pay more than face value for Elton John tickets? 83% of respondents said no.

Hi-tech Toys

Today's Question of the Day concerns mobile phones. Of course, not everyone has one. What piece of technology are you still living without? (Ipod, mobile phone, DVR, computer)

Monday, July 21, 2008

Elton John Tickets

So, how much would you be willing to pay for Elton John Tickets? We're hearing about people paying $900 to $1000 for a pair. Sound off here.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Are You A 'Shlumpadinka?'...From The Oprah Winfrey Show
Do you run errands in your pajamas? Are your husband's sweats a staple in your wardrobe? If the answer is yes, you may be a shlumpadinka.

Oprah says: "I made this word up a long time ago," she says. "It represents, for me, a woman who dresses like she has completely given up…and it shows."

· Does every mom go thru a Shlumpadinka faze?

· What's the male version of a Shlumpadinka?

· Is there anything wrong with being a Shlumpadinka?

Reason for today's Question of the Day

We received this e-mail from Gina and it intriques us as well so it's our Question of the Day and we need you to respond.

Good morning breakfast club
A friend and I were having a conversation and are needing help. We heard a rumour that men desire women that have tan lines compared to women that have tanned all over. Don't know if this can be a question of the day but would like hear your thoughts on the matter tan lines or no tan lines???? Gina

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Greatest inventions of all time, according to women

The current issue of Women's Health has a readers' poll of what women thought were the greatest inventions of all time. Some responses may be a little tounge-in-cheek humour but it's always good to get a fresh perspective

34.6% - The Pill
27.4% - The wheel
10.5% - The microwave
10.5% - The iPod
5.1% - DVR
4.2% - Post-it Notes
4.2% - Lasik
3.4% - Stilettos
1% - Viagra.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Will you spend $150,00 to see Elton John at the Halifax Metro Centre? 61% of respondents said no they would not.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Weekend Question of The Day results.

The HRM announced this week that Halifax beaches will be open soon. Would you swim in the harbour when the beaches are open? 77% of respondents said no way!

Elton John coming to town.

What song do you need to hear at the Elton John Show at the Halifax Metro Centre to make your concert going experience complete.

Friday, July 11, 2008

New Music Friday

Today we featured the lastest single to be released from Natasha Bedingfield's album "Pocketful of Sunshine". It is called "Angel". Take a listen at the following link,

Halifax Highland Games

The Halifax Highland Games are on tomorrow on the Dartmouth Common. Check out their website at:

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Bills You Hate To Pay

We all have one. Of all the bills you have to pay each month, we bet there's one that drives you crazy. Is it the power bill, the cell phone bill? Or maybe it's that cheque you cut to your ex each month. C'mon, you can tell us.

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we were asking, with the cost of living, are you following a family budge? 51% of respondents said yes.

Question of the Day Follow-Up

If you stock money away without your partner's knowledge:

What do you do with the money in your stash?

Do you wind up spending money from your stash on your spouse or family?

Monday, July 7, 2008

Cell Phones/Driving

Are you still driving and talking on the cell phone? A Dalhouse researcher says hands free is no safer. The cost of talking on a cell phone while driving is $164.50 for a first offence and $222 the second time you get caught.

Friday's Question of the Day results

On Friday and over the weekend we asked you how much you spend each month on beauty products, 59% of respondents said $50 or less.

Family Budget

Our question of the day is all about the Family Budget. If your family tries to stay within a budget, how's that goin' for you? Are you carrying a lot of debt. How are the next few months/year looking for you?

Friday, July 4, 2008

Happiness Poll

Yesterday, we asked you to rate your happiness on a scale of 1 to 10. Thirty-three percent gave themselves a rating of 8. Twenty percent said they were a 7 on the happiness scale. Seven percent said they rated a 10.

Beauty Secrets

What beauty product could you not live without? Spill. Stylist to the stars, Ted Gibson, joins us this morning on the C100 Breakfast Club.

Thursday, July 3, 2008

Restaurant Survey

Yesterday, we asked you what you looked for in a restaurant. Fifty-one percent of C100 listeners say "good food" is first and foremost when they dine out. Cleanliness is number one for 24% of listeners. Fourteen percent cited "good value" over all other qualities.

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Hidden Gem Restaurants

Tell us about your favourite restaurant. Maybe it has been around for years or maybe it's brand new. Tell us about your favourite place to eat in metro Halifax.

Monday, June 30, 2008

Would You Hire Your Husband/Wife?

Yesterday's New York Times had an article titled "Would You Hire Your Husband"? Well, would ya? If you had a business, would you hire your husband/wife? Maybe he/she already works for you. If so, how's that working our for you?

When Should Kids Start Working?

On Friday and over the weekend we asked you when kids should get their first summer job. The majority (53%) said teens should be 16 before they start working. Twenty-one percent said 15 years of age while 13% of you said the first summer job should happen at age 14. Care to comment further?

Friday, June 27, 2008

New Music Friday

New Music Friday was from Great Big Sea, they have a new album out called Fortune's Favour we played their first single "Walk on the Moon". Here's a fan video for you to check it out.

Tim McGraw toss's fan.

We spoke with Marcus Nershall this morning, he's the guy being pulled up onto the stage by Tim McGraw in this fan video. Tim McGraw says Marcus was hitting a woman in the front row.
Marcus told us that's not the way it happened.

Worst Summer Job

We've all them...a bad summer job. What's the worst summer job you ever had?

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Five Things Never to Say to Your Boyfriend

According to Chatelaine, These are five things never to say to your boyfriend:
1. "Your friends are idiots."
2. "We never do anything fun anymore."
3. "If you loved me, you would..."
4. "Your family is pretty dysfunctional, huh?"
5. "We can't afford that!"

What do you think? Agree/disagree? Do you have anything to ad to the list?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you could press a restart button to your High School Graduation, would you? 58% of respondents said no, that means 42% would like to try again.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you have any body piercings other than your ears. 86% of respondents said No.

To the Graduating Class of 2008

What one piece of advice would you give to a member of the high school graduating class of 2008?

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Do You Have a Tattoo?

Do you have a tattoo? Are you happy with your "Tatt"? Would you do it over again?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you would secretly be happy if your slimmest friend gained 30 pounds and 58% of respondents said yes.

Monday, June 23, 2008

One in Three IT Staff Snoops on Colleagues

According to a survey done by a U.S information security company, one in three information technology professionals abuses administrative passwords to access confidential data such as colleagues' salary details, personal e-mails or board-meeting minutes.

Here's the starting point for our conversation. Do you believe your work email and voice-mail are confidential? Care to comment?

Weekend Question of The Day results.

We asked you over the weekend if you'd turn your car into a rolling billboard for your company if they paid for your gas. 88% of respondents said yes! Give us free gas please!

Sunday, June 22, 2008

LIMITED TIME OFFER: High School Grads Only!!!

We are about to reveal the 2008 Edition of 'The Graduation Song' by Vitamin C.

YOU can still be part of it!

It's WAAAAAY easy. You call a number and leave your message....we take care of the rest!

Your voicemail needs three things:
1. Your Name (first only)
2. Your School
3. A thought/feeling about graduation, your friends, your future. (one sentence)

SEE? Way easy, right?

You have until Midnight TONIGHT Sunday June 22/08.

Call 453-2530
extension 2939

Thanks for being part of this highly-requested annual favorite and GOOD LUCK with Graduation!!!


Friday, June 20, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked how often you workout, 36% said they work out several times a week, followed by 31% who say they workout sporadically, 21% never workout and 11% do it everyday.

Billboard Cars

Company’s like Yahoo are making commuting easier for their employees with programs that allow them free gas to drive their car around as an advertising billboard. What would you NOT advertise on your car for free gas?

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Bad Habits

Come on, we know your partner is not perfect, get it off your chest!
If you could eliminate one of the bad habits your partner has, what would it be?

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we were asking about neighbours and how you'd describe yours, we're very lucky that so many of us like our neighbours, 61% of respondents said they have perfect neighbours, followed by nosey neighbours and jerks! There were just a couple of votes for slobs.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Good Neighbours/Bad Neighbours

If you would like to expand upon our "Question of the Day" here's your chance. What kind of neighbours do you have? If they've done something amazing for you, tell us. If they're unbearably evil, vent!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you flirt, 58% of respondents said occasionally, 22% said always, and the remaining 20% said never.

Have You Changed Your Lifestyle?

Everything costs more these days; food, fuel, housing. Have you made any changes in your life to reflect the higher cost of living? You may have some helpful hints to pass along to other C100 Listeners.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

10 Funny Flirting Fact from Magazine

1. Flirting is good for you
Studies show that people who flirt have higher white blood-

2. Think it ends at a little eye batting?
Hardly—all told, scientists say there are 52 “flirting signals” used by humans. Of these, the hair flip is the most common.

3. In some places, flirting is illegal
In Little Rock, AR, an antiquated law is still on the books warning that engaging in playful banter may result in a 30-day jail term. In New York City, another outdated law mandates that men may be fined $25 for gazing lasciviously at a female; a second conviction stipulates the offender wear a pair of blinders whenever he goes out for a walk.

4. Why wait for Happy Hour?
Lots of people get their flirt on during their morning commute. A full 62 percent of drivers have flirted with someone in a different vehicle while on the go, and 31 percent of those flirtations, it turns out, resulted in a date.

5. Flirting need not occur face to face
According to Pew Research, 40 percent of people who look for love online say they can easily flirt with someone via email or IM.

6. In the Victorian era, fans were the ultimate playful prop that could communicate all sorts of messages
A fan placed near the heart meant, You have won my love. A half-opened fan pressed to the lips suggested, You may kiss me. Hiding the eyes behind an open fan meant, I love you, while opening and closing the fan several times warned, You are cruel. Given how much a fan could come in handy, it’s a shame they ever invented air conditioning.

7. These days, cell phones do the flirting
In one survey, half of all mobile phone users have texted suggestive messages to keep things interesting while away from his or her amour.

8. Watch out, you can overdo it
According to the Social Issues Research Centre, the most common mistake people make when flirting is maintaining too much eye contact.

9. Sometimes, flirty gestures aren’t what they seem
Research has shown that men tend to routinely mistake friendly behavior for flirting.

10. Flirting is universal
A woman living in New York City and one in rural Cambodia may not have much in common, but when it comes to attracting a little attention, they both employ the very same move: smiling, arching their eyebrows, then averting their gaze and giggling. Animals flirt, too: Birds, reptiles, and even fish have their own ways of strutting their stuff. Moral of the story: If the simple sea bass can act cute to enhance a romantic agenda, you can, too—so give it a go!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you think Pre Nups are necessary for the "Average Joe" who is planning a wedding. 70% of our respondents said no.

Monday, June 16, 2008

The Fires

We're you affected by the fires on the weekend? If your neighbourhood was evacuated, what was it like not knowing whether your home and belongings would survive? Is there anything you would like the world to know about the weekend?

Friday, June 13, 2008

Double the Hits with Two Top 9 at 9's

We're welcoming back the Top 9 and 9 to the evenings again. The Breakfast Club will continue to countdown your favorite requests of the day on the morning edition of the Top 9 at 9. Nicolle Bellefontaine and Zach Bedford will handle all your favorite requests on the evening edition and they'll do it LIVE. Does your 'musical mood' change from day to night? Are you a Colbie Caillat by day and a Flo Rida by night? You can vote on one or both of the countdowns online at

New Music Friday

What do you think of the new Coldplay song (our New Music Friday song)...VIVA LA VIDA. Are you a Coldplay fan?

Friday the 13th

It's Friday the 13th. "So what? ", you ask. Well, a lot of people take this sort of thing very seriously. Consider this, More than 80% of hotels and high-rise buildings do not have a 13th floor. You hardly ever see the number 13 in an elevator. Athletes, who are notoriously superstitious, often ask for another number other than 13 on their jerseys. Many airports do not have a Gate 13. Hospitals regularly avoid having a Room 13. In Italy, they omit the number 13 from their national lottery. Many cities do not have a 13th Street or a 13th Avenue. In France, socialites known as “quatorziens” (or “fourteeners”) once made themselves available to keep a dinner party from having 13 guests. The ill-fated Apollo 13 mission to the moon was launched on April 13th at 13:13 local time.

Here's the bottom line. What superstitions, if any, do you believe in.

Gas prices#!**#@#$

Gas prices are $1.44 a litre this morning, we may see it come down to $1.42 a little later today.
With gas prices so high, can you live without a car?

Thursday, June 12, 2008

Got A Great Dad Story?

Share your "Dad" story with C100 listeners.

Lets Chat

Don't forget, if you want to get a conversation about absolutely anything started on our blog you can do that. Start right here. Post a comment and see what happens.

Shortest Marriage

We heard a story this morning about a British woman who was getting married in Cuba but fell in love with the bartender at her resort. She got married anyway but the marriage only lasted a couple of days. Now she and the bartender are making plans together.

Now we're looking for the HRM's shortest marriage. Was it yours? Do you know someone who got married one month and called the whole thing off the next? Tell us all about it.

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you ever call in sick when your not. 63% said yes but very rarely, 35% said no they had never done it and 2% said they do it regularily. They musn't like their job!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


Hey folks, it's Deb..just wanted to say hi.
Sorry I don't have any crazy break-up stories to send your way, (I suppose that's a good thing really..boring but good:) and I haven't been a faker and called in sick..can we do that??
I would however like to join in on Moya's "bucket list" and travel to Australia.

Bad Break Ups

George Clooney broke up with his latest flame in the media and not in person. Ouch! Have you ever been the victim of an inappropriate break-up? Maybe you did the breaking up in an inappropriate way and need to get it off your chest. It's okay. You can tell us everything. Blog now!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked if you actively seek out gas stations that give you pennies off per litre?
56% of respondents said yes.

What's On Your Bucket List?

Now out on DVD is "The Bucket List", starring Jack Nicholson & Morgan Freeman. In the movie, the 2 men make a list of things they must do before they die. What is on your bucket list?

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Always Late!

Do you have a co-worker (heaven forbid, not you) who is always late for work. Fifteen percent of workers are late at least one day each week. Does it tick you off? What excuse do your co-workers use.

Thirty-two percent of workers attribute their late arrivals to bad traffic.

One in four employees make up fake excuse rather than reveal why they're late

Hockey Night in Canada News.

The rights to the Hockey Night in Canada theme have traded hands and are now owned by CTV.
CTV says they are going to use the song for NHL games broadcast on TSN and for the 2010 Winter Olympics. CBC has a contest to find a new song and there is talk that The Hockey Song by Stompin' Tom Connors could be a replacement. Is the Classic Hockey Night in Canada Song replaceable?

Monday, June 9, 2008

Favourite Wines

Do you have a favourite wine variety? Tell us about it.

Tips to help students get through end-of-year exams

Ten tips to help students learn:
1. Encourage students to master the material rather than "learn the material" or aim for a specific grade.
2. Do not focus on "passing the exam"; focus on the challenge of doing the exam well.
3. Do not focus on how your grade will make you look; focus on the material.
4. Do not focus on aspects of intelligence, smarts or stupidity; attend to how to do the task well.
5. Be realistic: if you do not like or understand the material, do not expect exceptional grades.
6. Try to avoid last-minute cramming; do a little every day to avoid the stress of mass studying.
7. Relaxation techniques other than diaphragmatic deep breathing will not work to settle a student down in an exam unless the student has been practising them for a long time.
8. Students with high anxiety should build in relaxation time the evening before an exam.
9. It's OK to be a perfectionist - but only if you're striving to improve yourself, not if you are striving to impress others or obtain a reward.
10. You cannot learn a difficult subject without proper self care, and that includes regular sleep.
Source: University of Alberta Academic Support Centre

We're talking body parts today.

We all have at least one!! What is your least favourite body part?

Results for the Question of the Day

Over the weekend we asked if you are comfortable wearing a bathing suit in public. 58% of respondents said No!!

Friday, June 6, 2008

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday we asked you if you give your children grading presents. 59% of respondents said yes.

Hidden Nova Scotia Gems

We were giving C100 Breakfast Club listeners a chance to visit George's Island this week. It's a place few of us have had a chance to visit. Do you know about a hidden gem in Nova Scotia, a favourite getaway that only a few people know about? Tell us about it.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

What Body Parts Do You Want Him to Shave?

Just asking...Ladies: What body parts do you want to see a guy shave? What body parts would you rather he not trim at all?

Grading Presents

Here is a question from a C100 listener, we made it our Question of the Day today. What do you think of grading presents? We'd like to hear your opinion.

I have a good Question of the day for you....

Can you find out if:"You give your kids grading presents?"I have been asking several of my co-workers about this subject, and it's a very mixed bag. I'm interested in knowing how many people give grading presents and how extravagant some of them are...

C100 listener

Start Your Own C100 Discussion

Is there something you would like to know that we might be able to answer? Would you like to start a discussion about something C100 related. This is the place to do it. Come on! Get Blogging!

Results for Yesterday's Question of the Day.

Yesterday we asked you if a stop at Tim Horton's for coffee is a part of your morning ritual.
67% of respondents said no! I guess all the other people who go to Tim Horton's were too busy gettting their coffee to respond to our Question of the Day! We found the results very surprising because Tim Horton's stores are always so busy.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Start Your Own C100 Discussion

Is there something you would like to know that we might be able to answer? Would you like to start a discussion about something C100 related. This is the place to do it. Come on! Get Blogging!

Yesterday's Question of the Day results.

Yesterday, we asked if you dress your man in the morning. 76% of respondents said no. I guess I am in the minority because my husband can't put an outfit together for the life of him!!

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Dressing your man

My husband probably won't be happy that I am telling you this, but he couldn't put an outfit together if his life depended on it. He is continually asking "...does this match? Can I wear this together?" He is always trying to mix and match outfits, but unsuccessfully. Do you have the same thing going on at your house? Answer our question of the day. Are you the one who has trouble putting outfits together? Let us know.

What's On Your Mind Today?

Do you have something you want to talk about? Have you seen or heard something the rest of us just have to know about? Tell us about it and we'll put it up for discussion.

What Made You Realize You Were In Love?

Breakfast Club here. Just asking, what moment made you realize you were in love with your now husband or wife? How did you know you wanted to spend the rest of your life with him or her?

Monday, June 2, 2008

Creepy Creatures

We gave you a few creepy creatures to choose from in our Question of the Day. Did we miss any? What Creepy Creature do you hate to be near? Let us know

Not Handy, Won't Kill Bugs

Dear C100 Breakfast Club

I've got a problem, or maybe it isn't a problem, I don't know.

My boyfriend isn't a man's man. And that's ok. I don't want him to be. He can't fix my car. He can barely hang a painting. But I just realized, he won't even kill a bug for me.

We had a big spider in our apartment the other day and he had me kill it.

Is that the line? I don't believe all men should be handy but shouldn't all men kill bugs for their girlfriends?


What's On Your Mind Today?

Do you have something you want to talk about? Have you seen or heard something the rest of us just have to know about? Tell us about it and we'll put it up for discussion.

Friday, May 30, 2008

New Music Friday

What did you think of the new Fergie song, "Labels Or Love"? It's featured on the new Sex & The City Soundtrack, and was our New Music Friday song at 7:40 am.

How Do I Get Him To See “Sex and the City” with Me?

We just received this letter this morning. Got any good ideas for her?

Good morning guys, hope you can help me with this boyfriend problem. The problem is that I never get to pick the movie we go to see. I always end up watching some guy flick with a lot of explosions or bathroom humor which I don’t mind but sometimes I’d like to see a chick flick.

So this weekend the “Sex and the City” movie is being released and I want to go see it with him but he refuses. I think the main reason I want him to go with me is to see if he’ll do something I don’t want to do just to make me happy. Almost like a love test.

Shouldn’t he go if he loves me? How can I make him come see this movie with me? Is there an appropriate bribe out there?


Sex and the City Fan

Record High Gas Prices

Gas prices have never higher in Nova Scotia. We're paying $1.40.3 a litre right now. Have you changed your driving habits because of high gas prices?

Movies Guys Dont Want to See

Moya went to see Sex and the City last night. The audience was 99% women. What movies do guys definitely Not want to see. Help us make a list.

What's On Your Mind Today?

Do you have something you want to talk about? Have you seen or heard something the rest of us just have to know about? Tell us about it and we'll put it up for discussion.

Results for Yesterday's Question of the Day.

Yesterday we told you that the Mayor says the harbour will soon be clean enough to swim in.
Would you swim in it? 97% of you said no!

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Yesterday's results for Question of the Day.

33% of people surveyed admit they've accidently dropped barbecued food and served it to guests. Have you?
36% of respondents said yes.

What's On Your Mind?

Do you have something you want to talk about? Have you seen or heard something the rest of us just have to know about? Tell us about it and we'll put it up for discussion.

Sex and the City

Are you going to go see Sex and the City? What are you expecting? Are you going with a group? Are men going to go see this movie? Tell us everything.

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Time in Front of the Computer

Earlier in the show, we told you about a report that found the average child in the 10-16 age group typically spends six hours a day in front of some type of screen, either video, tv or computer. If there are kids in your home, how long do they spend each day in front of a screen?

Yesterday's Question of the Day Results

68% said they were not keeping a big secret from their spouse. That means 32% of Breakfast Club listeners are keeping a big secret. If you answered "yes" to yesterday's Question of the Day, feel free to get it off your us...anonymously.


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Are you keeping a big secret from your spouse?

If you answered yes to our question of the day, would you care to tell us about your big secret. What is the big secret you're keeping from your spouse? All answers are anonymous.

Things a woman should never do in front of a man

We got into this subject earlier this morning on the C100 Breakfast Club. Some of the things that came up: shave her armpits, wear "grannie panties". What do you think? Tell us some things a woman should never do around a man.

Backstreet Boys

So what do you think about the Backstreet Boys coming back to town? Kevin isn't with them anymore. It's been 15 years since they were "boys". Is this a nostalgia show or are the Backstreet Boys still relevant? Do you love'em? Do you remember their amazing show on Citadel Hill? Come on! Tell us what you really think.

Sidney is in trouble

Forgive me for talking sports but, come on, it's Sidney Crosby were talking about here. Sidney is in trouble. His Penguins lost 3-nothing last night and the Penguins are down 2 games to nothing. The Penguins are hoping to become the first team in 37 years to come back after losing the first two games of the N-H-L championship series on the road. Montreal last did it in 1971.

Those are some pretty big odds and the Penguins have shown no signs in games 1 or 2 that they're up to the task. The Penguins will likely win a few Stanley Cups in the years to come...but not this year. Don't get me wrong. If they do manage to come back, no one will be cheering louder than us but Detroit looks too good to beat.

What do you think?

Monday, May 26, 2008

Welcome Back

Welcome back, Moya. It's great to have you with us again...
Looking forward to tomorrow's show and to chat about things a woman should never do in front of a man!