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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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Some Facebook statuses can haunt you for years down the line, but that threat may be disappearing. The social media giant is now allowing a select number of users to test out a new feature: disappearing posts. It allows users to schedule a status update to disappear forever, with users allegedly being able to choose a time between one hour and one week later. Would this feature lead you to put up more daring or opinionated statuses? (Newser)
An alleged screenshot of the feature:
A Los Angeles woman posted a sign pledging to "take a huge dump" on the doorstep and windshield of the next person who fails to scoop their dog's poop.
The sign, written on cardboard and taped to a sign near the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Sweetzer Avenue, is signed "Annie" and is addressed "to the person who lets their dog poop on our lawn and doesn't clean it up."
The author of the sign, posted Tuesday on website Reddit, wrote it's "beyond rude" for a dog owner to fail to clean up after their pet and threatened the pooping dog's owner that "we're watching you."
"The next time you let your dog poop on our lawn and don't pick it up, I will personally follow you back to your home, wait until you get inside, pull down my pants and take a huge dump on your doorstep and on the windshield of your car," the sign reads.
It's been a while since Mother's Day, which means you've completely forgotten how much moms do, and how little credit they get. So here's your reminder.
A new survey found the average mother does 42 jobs every single DAY . . . and half of them are before 9:00 A.M. Every mom's list of daily jobs is different, but there are 10 that made pretty much every mom's list. Check 'em out . . .
1. Getting the kids out of bed.
2. Getting breakfast ready.
3. Cleaning up after breakfast.
4. Doing laundry.
5. Folding and putting away laundry.
7. Planning out dinner.
8. Making dinner.
9. Cleaning up after dinner.
10. Helping the kids get cleaned up and ready for bed.