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Kevin has been with South 107 for the past 17 years. Radio has always been his passion but the Military did make a combat nurse out of him. Countless hours spent hanging around the car auctions with his dad as a kid contributed to Kevin becoming a licensed Auctioneer for the state of Georgia! Kevin is married to his lovely wife Kim and has 3 daughters, 2 grandsons and 1 grandaughter. Kevin definitely keeps busy with the grandkids as well as all of the many community activities that he is involved in!!
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The only thing that's weird about this business is that no one thought of it sooner.
There's a new toy company called Cuddle Clones that will make you a stuffed animal replica of your PET. You send them some photos and information, and they send you back a stuffed animal that looks as similar to your pet as possible.
They do dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, pigs, horses . . . you name it. And based on the photos we've seen, they're actually pretty accurate.
You can do it to get a stuffed version of a pet that's still alive . . . maybe to take on vacation, or send to college with your emotionally-stilted child.
Or you can do it to get a stuffed version of a DEAD pet . . . which is creepy, but still way less creepy than going to a taxidermist.
You can order yours at CuddleClones.com. It starts at $199 for dogs and cats, and they've already got so many orders that people who get in now will probably have to wait until July to get their stuffed animals.
David Goldberg, of Bethesda, Maryland, turned his motorized toilet into a snow plow.
He tells WUSA: “This is Loo-cy. Our motorized toilet that we did this summer for the pride parade. We just added a snow plow and [we’re] ready for … snow. I have not had to start the engine yet, but it is there after a long day if needed. I do have dual exhaust mounted for show. It’s all about the looks and fun.?”
WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM FRIDAY TO 1 PM EST
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN PEACHTREE CITY HAS ISSUED A
WINTER STORM WARNING FOR SNOW...SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN...WHICH
IS IN EFFECT FROM 1 PM FRIDAY TO 1 PM EST SATURDAY. THE WINTER
STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT.
* ACCUMULATIONS...2 TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW AND 0.10 TO 0.25 INCHES
* LOCATIONS...FAR NORTH GEORGIA OUTSIDE OF THE NORTHEAST GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS BUT NORTH OF A LINE FROM SUMMERVILLE TO JASPER TO
* HAZARD TYPES...SIGNIFICANT SNOW AND ICE ACCUMULATIONS POSSIBLE
FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SATURDAY.
* TIMING...SNOW BEGINNING FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND
EVENING...TRANSITIONING TO SLEET AND FREEZING RAIN OVERNIGHT
THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING.
* IMPACTS...UP TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW AND UP TO ONE QUARTER INCH OF
ICE ARE POSSIBLE FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
THESE ACCUMULATIONS WILL MAKE TRAVEL DIFFICULT. ICE
ACCUMULATIONS ON TREES AND POWER LINES IS LIKELY. SOME TREES
AND POWER LINES COULD COME DOWN CAUSING POWER OUTAGES.
A WINTER STORM WARNING MEANS SIGNIFICANT AMOUNTS OF SNOW...
SLEET...AND ICE ARE EXPECTED OR OCCURRING. THIS WILL MAKE TRAVEL
VERY HAZARDOUS OR IMPOSSIBLE.
Bodybuilders are known for their constant pursuit of protein, but how far is too far? Some bodybuilders are now seeking out breast milk as a dietary supplement, and many are buying it directly from lactating women. DailyMail reports a search on a bodybuilding forum turns up discussions of breast milk's ability to build music and eliminate fat. Many write that human milk is packed with Human Growth Hormone (HGH), high in protein, or call it "the ultimate anabolic food." Dr. Jacques Mortiz says these claims simply aren't true, adding, "There is nothing specific in breast milk that will cause adults to gain muscle mass." Pediatrician Dr. Lana Gagin discourages anyone from buying breast milk online noting that the way the milk is stored and processed is not always safe.(Daily Mail)