Monday, August 31, 2009

Totally TUBE-ya-luhr!


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X-Factor is very 'stimulating'

So, I agree with Perez Hilton that THIS video is about to go viral.

* WARNING * While it aired in the UK in prime time, it may not be appropriate for sensitive viewers or certain work environments. There is no profanity or nudity, but the content is suggestive.

ps. I would be mortified to be one of this guy's daughters.. yIkeS!!!!

Saturday, August 29, 2009


That poo contraption posted below is beyond ridiculous. As a person who spends everyday with a variety of dogs I can tell you, it won't work and will end up being messier than stated.

In other pet stuff: I was initially a little horrified by the photos I was seeing online of 'Creative Grooming'. Though many dogs get very fatigued standing for hours at a time during a regular grooming, I expect these astounding looks are worked on incrementally to minimize the stress upon the dogs (or cats-CRAZY!) Plus, the dogs are apparently shaved after the look is displayed at competitions.

Pretty outrageous looks....see for yourself below

Extreme Poodle Grooming click HERE

Plus, more extreme Creative Pet Grooming HERE

Thursday, August 27, 2009


It's Brad here. A couple weeks from nowI'll be heading up a tribe to help raise money for Children's Wish Foundation. They help grant wishes for kids with life threatening illnesses. You can help out by making a secure online donation for me here.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009


There's a product out there called "PooTrap." Basically, it fits around any dog's butt and holds a detachable plastic bag that catches the poop so you don't have to pick it up off the ground.
Would you actually use this ridiculous product for your dog?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


Good Morning Brad,Peter and Moya I found this posted on a friends FB page and thought I would share this with you.Have a great day!


WARNING: This is very graphic, but certainly hits home for teens (and adults too) who take their eyes off the road while driving.
You may want to screen it first before letting your teens see it.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Turn Food Into An Art to Get Your Kids To Eat

Many parents have trouble getting their kids to eat their food.

One dad in Britain solved this problem by turning food into cartoons.

Mark Northeast's has been able to get his 6-year-old daughter and 4-year-old son to eat things they never otherwise would by creating food art, like a space rocket sandwich with stars made of cheese and a SpongeBob SquarePants sandwich made from sausage, bread and tomatoes.

"Some people think I'm a bit mad, especially with the effort that goes into some of them, but I believe even the simplest ones will have a positive effect on a child not wanting to eat, so why not try?" Northeast said.

Northeast has posted photos of his creations on his Website at and plans to publish a book.

Check It Out:

Thursday, August 20, 2009


Olive oil can be used for much more than just a salad topping. For instance ...
• Remove paint from hair. Moisten a cotton ball with some oil and gently rub it in.
• Make your own furniture polish. Combine 2 parts olive oil and 1 part lemon juice.
• Use as hair conditioner. Liberally apply a half-cup of warmed olive, let set for 45 minutes, then shampoo and thoroughly rinse.
• Clear up acne. Make a paste of 4 tablespoons salt with 3 tablespoons olive oil. Leave it on for a minute or two, then rinse off with warm, soapy water.
• Substitute for shaving cream. Not only makes for a smoother shave but also moisturizes.
• Clean greasy hands. Pour 1 teaspoon olive oil and 1 teaspoon salt or sugar into your palms. Vigorously rub, then wash it off with soap and water. Also removes paint.
• Recondition an old baseball mitt. Just work the oil into dry areas with a soft cloth, let it set for 30 minutes, then wipe off any excess.
– “Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things”

How do you walk

The way you walk, actually says a lot about your personality. Whether you're on a job interview, a first date, or you're just walking down the street, here are ten different types of walks and what they mean . . .

1.) IF YOU'RE A FAST-WALKER . . . You might also be a fast WORKER . . . which is a good signal to send out in a job interview. But it also might mean you tend to overlook things.

2.) IF YOU STRUT . . . You look confident and capable, but you also look like you have a big ego, which is a turn-off on a date. Strut around the office if you want, but make sure you also smile and show an interest in your co-workers.

--If you don't, they'll think you're an egomaniac.

3.) IF YOU MAKE A LOT OF NOISE . . . You're not afraid of being noticed. When you take heavy steps or wear shoes that click against the ground, people tend to assume you're important. But if you work in a quiet office, you might just be annoying them.

4.) IF YOU'RE A SILENT WALKER . . . You probably DON'T like being noticed. And you might also be the type of person who lets their hard work go unnoticed.

5.) IF YOU LAG BEHIND . . . It sends a signal that you either can't keep up, or you're not interested in other people, which is a problem in the workplace. And when you're out with a group of friends, it looks like you're being antisocial.

6.) IF YOU WALK WITH YOUR SHOULDERS SLUMPED . . . You look like you have no confidence. It can make potential bosses think you're incompetent, and on a DATE, it can make you come across as a loser.

7.) IF YOU WALK WITH YOUR EYES STRAIGHT AHEAD . . . People will think you're confident and focused. Good salesmen tend to do it.

8.) IF YOU WALK REALLY SLOW . . . It might annoy people you're walking with. But a slow walker is usually thoughtful and detail oriented. Slow strolls are good for dates, but pick up the pace if you're walking down the hallway with your boss.

9.) IF YOU ZIG-ZAG . . . You're probably not the most-efficient person in the world. If it takes you twice as long as it should to get from point A to point B, your boss will assume you waste a lot of time in general.

10.) IF YOU STARE AT THE GOURND . . . You're focused on the "here and now" instead of thinking about the future. You probably tend to over-think things, which isn't necessarily bad. But be sure to at least make eye contact.


Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Britney on Letterman

Take a look at Britney Spears on Letterman last night. She helped him out with his Top 10 List in a bikini!

Britney on Letterman



The Lark: A morning bird, your basic get-up-and-go type. Larks tend to be go getters but they're not gregarious. They tend to be introverted, and are overall more conscientious and disciplined.
The Late to Bed, Late to Rise Sleeper: If you are an owl, in the morning you are best left undisturbed before you've had your cup of joe. In contrast to larks, your lowest moods occur upon awakening, although you are most creative mid-morning and late evening. Owls seem to be more outgoing and social. They also tend to be risk-takers.
The Long Sleeper: People who were more reliant on others for good feelings about themselves tend to sleep significantly longer. Long sleepers do have a tendency towards depression, a condition that is also very sensitive to the amount of social support people have in their lives. Staying in close touch with family and friends improves health for virtually everyone -- but long sleepers should keep these ties strong and active.
The Necessity Sleeper: Many individuals who sleep fewer than eight hours a day have a tendency to be highly self-critical. This could because you're having having harsh thoughts about yourself when you wake up during the night and when you attempt to fall asleep.
The Peaceful Sleeper: If you sleep like a log, you probably have an attitude of gratitude. A study of 161 people published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research found that those who focus on what they have -- not what they lack---fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. Grateful people are also less tired and more functional during the day.
The Restless Sleeper: If you find yourself counting sheep, watching late night TV, swinging from branch to branch in your thoughts, or working into the night because you can't sleep, consider your need for perfection or control. While a perfectionist may be successful in many situations, this trait isn't useful in the realm of sleep and relaxation. A controlling nature may also set the stage for long struggles when it comes to difficulties sleeping.
The Dreaming Sleeper: Can you vividly recall your dreams each morning? Your sleep style indicates that you are likely highly creative in your waking life. Such people tend to be odd and quirky -- and although most are perfectly normal, they are at higher risk than others for schizophrenia.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

New Dancing with the Stars lineup

The cast of the upcoming season of Dancing with the Stars was announced on Monday (August 17th). The show returns with a three-night season premiere beginning on September 21st.

The competitors are as follows:

Tom DeLay: Former House Majority Leader known as "The Hammer"
Donny Osmond: Singer, brother of DWTS Season 5 contestant Marie Osmond, and choreographer of his own freestyle moves in "Weird Al" Yankovic's "White & Nerdy" video
Macy Gray: Baby-voiced singer and performer on DWTS Season 4 (who famously commented on Apolo Anton Ohno's "huge bulge" to reporters)
Kelly Osbourne: Reality star/"singer"
Debi Mazar: Actress (Entourage) and friend of Madonna
Mya: Singer best known for the "Lady Marmalade" cover also featuring DWTS Season 8 contestant Lil' Kim and appearing in the film Chicago
Melissa Joan Hart: actress (Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Clarissa Explains it All, Drive Me Crazy) and candy store owner
Michael Irvin: NFL Hall of Famer and former Dallas Cowboys teammate of DWTS Season 3 winner Emmitt Smith
Ashley Hamilton: Comedian/actor best known for being the son of DWTS Season 2 contestant George Hamilton and the ex-husband of Shannen Doherty
Aaron Carter: Singer and brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter
Kathy Ireland: Model/entrepreneur featured in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue for 13 consecutive years
Natalie Coughlin: U.S. swimmer with 11 Olympic medals, became the first female athlete to win six medals in a single Games at Beijing
Louie Vito: Pro snowboarder
Chuck Liddell: UFC Hall of Fame fighter known as The Iceman
Mark Dacascos: Actor and martial artist best known as the Chairman of Iron Chef America's Kitchen Stadium
Joanna Krupa: Swimsuit model most recently partnered with Terrell Owens on ABC's The Superstars

Dave Carroll - The Sequel

Dave Carroll's follow up to "United Breaks Guitars".

"United Breaks Guitars" was a huge You Tube hit for Dave, with almost 5 million views.
Dave decided to do a follow up, click on the link below to see it.

Dave Carroll's latest video

Monday, August 17, 2009

How to remember names....


Look them in their eye and say their name over and over in conversation, even if you are not directly talking to them. "Stacy has a good point about the consequences of run-away government." Bill Clinton uses this technique to remember people's names from years back.
Use a mnemonic device. When learning the person's name, try using rhyming, alliteration or another reference to recall the name. If his name is Leonard and he has a chinstrap beard, he can be Lincoln Lenny or Penny Lenny.
Write it down. One of the best ways to remember anything is to write it down. Chances are you'll have a mobile phone or a pen and paper handy. This is sort of a weak move but way better than brain fading when it's go-time.
Association. If you can think of a character, celebrity or person in your life with the same first name, use it. Transpose a mental image of them standing together. Be careful not use a celebrity and then confuse a character he/ she plays, for example, if his name is Leonard, think of Leonardo but not of Jack, Danny Archer, Gilbert Grape, William Costigan or Howard Hughes, per se.
Technology. Facebook this person as fast as you can. Many handhelds allow you to hit Facebook remotely. If that fails, take a pic on the downlow and label it with that person's name (if you've the technological capacity).
Last-ditch efforts, nicknames. Using someone's most attractive feature as nickname will work for a little while. Be prepared to dig through someone's wallet as soon as they leave for the bathroom (I kid).
Really last-ditch effort, ask. If you really like this person, but not enough to remember his/ her name obviously, ask them. But take an angle on your query. Maybe ask if he/ she was named after anyone of what they think of the name.

Friday, August 14, 2009

What Your Kids Were Looking at On The Internet This Summer

Summer vacation is almost over, but that begs the question: Do you know what your KIDS were doing at home this summer while you were away at work?

--With that in mind, here are the top ten Internet searches performed this summer by households that have installed Symantec's family safety program, Norton Online Family:

#10.) eBay

#9.) Fred (--a fictional character with a You Tube channel that's popular with kids)


#7.) Yahoo

#6.) Porn

#5.) MySpace

#4.) Sex

#3.) Facebook

#2.) Google (???)

#1.) You Tube

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

What is beauty?

Moya here, as a person who has had a poor body image for as long as I can remember, I have a problem with the photoshopped job of Kelly Clarkson on the cover of Self Magazine. You can see it on the previous post. Take a look at this link, it is just over one minute see how a girl becomes a model.

Dove evolution commercial

Kelly Clarkson Photoshopped?

Kelly Clarkson opens up about weighty issues in her dramatically retouched September issue of Self magazine.

Here are some HIGHlights:

On the haters:
"When people talk about my weight, I'm like, 'You seem to have a problem with it; I don't. I'm fine!' My happy weight changes. Sometimes I eat more; sometimes I play more."

On her exercise motivation:
"I do it totally for my psyche. I'm much better when those endorphins are going. It's a release. And I also love food, so there's a payoff!"

On her Crossfit workouts:
"It's like bootcamp! You never work out more than 35 minutes, but it's so intense … It makes me feel like G.I. Jane. It's very empowering. I feel like I can whup ass!"

On her diet:
"I love healthy stuff and junk an equal amount. Whatever I'm craving, I go for it."

On her secret weight loss:
"For me, it's the times when I'm not paying attention that I end up losing weight. But I'm never trying to lose weight – or gain it. I'm just being!"

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Too Presh!!!

You know I love me some funny video....and I do love dogs ALOT. I have to say, that I am pretty convinced that the dog in this video is not only enjoying the swing but near the end, is actually sorta pushing itself along!

See it for yourself HERE!


Should My Wife Go On Our Dream Vacation Without Me?

Dear Brad, Peter and Moya,

I'm struggling with something and I need to get a few more opininions. My wife and I agree that your listeners give some of the best advice we've heard.

Here it goes. My wife and I have always dreamed about traveling to Italy together . . . but I get almost no vacation at my job, so we haven't had a chance to do it yet.

--My wife gets a lot more vacation time than I do . . . and since she never takes any of it, she has a TON of days built up.

--Now one of her girlfriends is planning a trip to Italy, and asked my wife to go with her. My wife's tempted, because SHE has the vacation time to do it.

--She's said she won't go if I don't want her too, but I really don't have the heart to say no.

--Do I just have to man up and let her go on our dream vacation without me?

--David, 38

Four Colours That Look Good on Every Woman

We found this at Yahoo Shopping:

--According to fashion experts, there are FOUR COLOURS which look good on every woman, regardless of her skin tone or hair colour. So what are they?

#1.) Eggplant . . . which is a dark shade of purple

#2.) True Red . . . which is, well, yeah, RED

#3.) Indian Teal . . . which is a shade of blue

#4.) And Mellow Rose . . . which is somewhere between light pink and peach

(--Check out some examples of each of these colors . . .)

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Monday, August 10, 2009

Your Favourite Sandwich


Yes, it’s true. Researchers have found a correlation between certain sandwiches and certain personalities.

THE CLUB: Individuals who prefer the Club sandwich are often agreeable and unselfish. Club sandwich eaters are reliable and strongly devoted to work as well as relationships.

HAM AND CHEESE: Ham and cheese sandwich lovers are curious and have a wide range of interests. They are most productive and creative when working alone without direct supervision.

TURKEY: Those who prefer the turkey sandwich are free-thinkers. They function best when given space at work and relationships.

TUNA SALAD: Tuna salad sandwich eaters are generally aggressive and achievement-oriented. They are natural leaders and driven to succeed in both work and personal relationships.

EGG SALAD: Egg salad enthusiasts are often the center of attention. They are entertaining and crave adventure.

CHICKEN SALAD: Individuals that prefer the chicken salad sandwich are well-adjusted and empathic.

SEAFOOD SALAD: Similar to those who prefer a Club, seafood salad sandwich fans are described as agreeable and unselfish. They seek comfort in close, secure relationships.

BACON, LETTUCE & TOMATO: BLT lovers are conscientious perfectionists. They are devoted in all areas of their lives: work, home and relationships.

Bald Eagle rescue

Moya here, our family had a great day boating the Bras d'Or Lakes yesterday, while we were out we came across a water logged Bald Eagle who couldn't make flight. We tried to get him aboard our boat but he'd have no part of that so we nudged him to shore where he could dry his wings enough to take off. It was quite exciting to know we rescued this great bird and pretty cool to think we got so close and such a good look at "Finn". We named him Finn because it was almost as if he swam to shore.
Thanks to Susan our photographer for such great shots of the excitement.

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Recharge and REWIND

Get your Retro Request Sunday track played at 451-1313 or email:

Saturday, August 8, 2009


I am IN LOVE with GLEE!! Watched the pilot episode earlier this Spring and cannot wait til it hits this fall....

Watch a trailer HERE.

fyi: Jane Lynch should be feared by every actor, 'cause girlfriend steals EVERY SCENE she is in!!!

Here is the official Fox TV page for Glee.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Watch the Sydney Crosby Parade Live

Thanks to Angie who just tweeted us with a web address where you can watch the Sydney Crosby parade live: Syd's Parade

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Seat Belts on School Busses

The girl in this video was not hurt. It appears to be a good example of why seat belts should be part of the required equipment on school busses.

Click on the link below and have a look.

Girl On A Bus

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Quinoa & Prince of Darkness

Here is a link to director David Lynch showing you how to cook crazy and man, the darkest kitchen ever! (Quinoa commonly pronounced 'keen-wah' is a superfantastic grain with the highest and most complete protein of all grains, high in magnesium and boasts balanced amino acids) ps. LOVE the suspenseful and incongruent soundtrack to the video. If you join me loving David Lynch, then you may find this video Hil-ayre!

While his entertainment clan have garnered good and bad buzz for their ,er, forthright manners and language, Ozzy Osbourne's new documentary looks promising, compelling even......

Monday, August 3, 2009

You GO, Ga Ga!!!!

Even though she gets a little out there with her references to monsters and playgirls, Lady GaGa is on point when she brilliantly defends sexuality in her videos. I am often disappointed with the use of sexuality in videos as it seems to convey degradation or exploitation, even when a female performer is the willing star of it. Buuuuuttttttt, GaGa's championing of it is deliciously exciting to debate. LOVE HER! And ALL of her weirdness! Intelligent, wacky, sweet and fierce!

Watch a clip of her position of sexuality in her videos here......

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