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  • Look at this purrty car!

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    An elderly couple in Wasilla, Alaska turned their pickup truck into a giant red Radio Flyer.

    (They got the idea after visiting a car show where they saw another Radio Flyer car.)

    The couple worked on the car for 11 months. They used the base of a 1976 Mazda B1600 pickup truck.

    The 68-year-old husband had the construction skills needed to do the work. His hobby is building home aircraft, so this wasn't too different.

    Lots of components from the Mazda are still in the flyer, including the instrument panel, steering column, levels, frame and engine. The man added smaller wheels, hubcaps painted white and used old laundry detergent caps for the hubs.

    He also made the 8-foot tall handle from PVC piping wrapped in fiberglass. It rises from the front bumper high over the windshield.

    There's no storage space on the wagon, so the man made an especially big glove compartment.


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  • Pure Country 2...what do you think?

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    One of my all-time favorite movies of all time is Pure Country w. George Strait! The story of Dusty...Well, they have done another one..George Strait makes a cameo and it's directed by the same guy who directed the original...I am not sure what to think of this..



  • Presley Dinah

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    She is 18 months old and we are working on it..She always wants her feet in the actual toilet..hope she gets over that quick:)


  • This is why Johnny Depp is my favorite actor EVER!

    Posted by Charli McKenzie


    Johnny Depp, aka Captain Jack Sparrow, surprised students at a school in London.

    A student wrote to Captain Sparrow asking him to come visit as he is filming the 4th installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. The letter said, 'Captain Jack Sparrow, At Meridian Primary School, we are a bunch of budding young pirates and we were having a bit of trouble mutiny-ing against the teachers, and we'd love if you could come and help."

    Sure enough: Depp arrived, in full costume.

    He asked the young girl who wrote the letter to make herself known. He gave her a big hug and said no mutiny today because the police are outside.

    The school only knew of Depp's visit 10 minutes before he arrived.

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  • Kieth Urban needs your help!!

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Keiths new cd cover is being decided right now and he needs our help!!


    I personally like the first looks creepy w. the chick in the background. I am assuming that is suppose to be Nicole!

    CLICK HERE to vote for it

  • 'Awkward Family Phots' the TV series coming to ABC

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    ABC is developing a TV series based on the book, and internet blog "Awkward Family Photos".

    The blog features funny, embarrassing and awkward family portraits that have been submitted by readers.

    No detais on how the concept will translate to TV.

    CBS has converted the Twitter feed "$#*! My Dad Says" into a TV show this fall, and also last week made a development deal for another Twitter feed, "Shh ... Don't Tell Steve."



  • Top 10 way employees waste time at work

    Posted by Charli McKenzie


    Website 24/7 Wall St. looked at a number of workplace studies on how people spend time online, and found that most say employees with PCs spend 20-plus hours a week on the Web while at work—and about a quarter of that is for personal use.

    Here are the top 10 "time wasters":

    1. Social Networks: 1 hr, 14 min/week; apparently, 77% of employees who have access to Facebook from work check it at least once a day.

    2. Online Games: 34 min/week

    3. Email: 27 min/week

    4. Portals like AOL, Yahoo!: 14 min/week

    5. Instant Messaging: 13 min/week

    6. Fantasy Football – 0.12 hr/week (during season).  According to some reports, fantasy football caused $9 billion in lost productivity in 2009 alone.

    7. Pornography – 0.13 hr/week; 29% of workers have looked at pornography while at work.   70% of all pornography traffic occurs between 9am and 5pm.  What is the average amount of time each of these workers spends on adult websites per session? 12 minutes and 38 seconds.

    8. Videos/Movies – 0.21 hr/week; more than 161 million people watched an average of 157 videos in August.  The average online viewer watched 9.7 hours during that time.  The average duration of videos was 3.7 minutes.

    9. Search – 0.19 hr/week; According to a study by RescueTime, when Google replaced its home page logo with Pac-Man – the playable version of the classic game – earlier this year, it cost the economy a total of 4,819,352 hours of productivity, which researchers estimated was worth over $120 billion in potential productivity.

    10. Online Shopping – 0.15 hr/week; In 2009, IT information association ISACA estimated that the average employee would spend 14.4 hours shopping from the office around the holidays.


  • Reba's new cd drops Nov. 9th and features Beyonce' cover of "If I Were A Boy"

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    ~~ Reba McEntire's upcoming album is entitled 'All the Women I Am,' and it features a cover of Beyoncé's 'If I Were a Boy.' Reba's countrified version of the hit song will appear on her new CD, due in stores November 9.


    This isn't the first time a Beyoncé-penned tune has become a country crossover. Sugarland covered her infectious hit, 'Irreplaceable,' on their 'Live on the Inside' album, and Beyoncé even performed the song with the duo on the 2007 American Music Awards. I hope Reba releases this to us in radio so we can play it...LOVE IT ~Charli

  • Ryan wants this to be Presley in 15 years

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    A 17-year-old girl from Battle Creek, Michigan got her first big game kill… a 448-pound black bear. 

    The teenager killed the bear with a bow and arrow from 16 yards away.

    She shot the bear during a hunting trip in Oba, Ontario.

    It was the first animal she killed with her new bow. 



  • R.I.P Gloria Stuart...Who?

    Posted by Charli McKenzie

    Gloria Stuart, the actress played the older version of Kate Winslet's character in "Titanic," has died at the age of 100.
    Stuart passed away on Sunday at her Los Angeles home.
    Her daughter, writer Sylvia Thompson, says Stuart was diagnosed with lung cancer several years ago and had also previously battled breast cancer.
    The actress began working in Hollywood in the 1930s and starred in over 40 films during her career, including The Invisible Man, Here Comes the Navy and Poor Little Rich Girl.
    After a nearly a decade away from the spotlight, she returned to the big screen in 1997, as the 101-year-old version of Kate Winslet's character Rose in James Cameron's Titanic.
    She became the the oldest actress ever to be nominated for an Oscar for her supporting role in the film.
    Stuart published her autobiography, "I Just Kept Hoping," in 1999, and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2000.
    She last appeared on the big screen in Wim Wenders' "Land of Plenty" in 2004.

    Leonardo DiCaprio said in a statement:

    "Gloria Stuart was a force both on and off screen. An amazingly sweet person, a fantastic actress, and someone who always fought for what she believed in."

    "She was one of the last great actresses from the Golden era of Hollywood. I was honored to have worked along side her. She will be missed."

    Did you know there was an alternate ending???