Wynn and Wilson weekday mornings.
Nationally recognized with 3 ACM nominations and 1 CRS Country Aircheck Award for Personality of the Year
Course: Cossett Creek (Formerly Brunswick Hills)
Location: On Rt. 303, West of Rt. 42 - Brunswick - Medina County
Directions: Easy access from I-71, and I-271 about 4 miles west - 20 minutes from Akron/Cleveland
Dewsweeper Tee Time Was: 618 AM
Meet Vivian ... this is now a very sad situation. Our usual pattern when we report to SCAC is to walk the kennels and determine which dogs are new residents and need a photograph to be posted to the SCAC site. As we walked the kennels last week before photographing the dogs we, once again, p [ ... ]
This week there are finally some movies that you may remember from a few months ago available for you to rent, buy or stream. There are movies for the adults, and the family alike.
A year or two ago the original, The Purge kind of came out of nowhere and had some good success. This is the second installment of this series. But this is more like a movement, than an installment.
According to Redbook, here are some foods that skinny people eat every day Chocolate – A study found that people who eat chocolate regularly are actually slimmer than people who didn’t enjoy it as often. This is because depriving yourself of something you enjoy causes you to overeat later [ ... ]
HOW TO ANNOY YOUR TWITTER AND FACEBOOK FRIENDS
Fitness and diet posts are the 'worst thing' about social media, with people posting photos of their meals a close second. In fact, a new survey by sweatband.com found that bragging about health and fitness are the posts that made 52% of people use social media less
Also on the list are people who constantly invite you to play Farmville, or any other game they happen to be into at the time, and parents who brag to much about every single thing their child does or says.
Here are the top 10 most annoying social media posts:
1. Diet and exercise (53%)
2. Sharing every meal (pictures) (45%)
3. Cryptic status writers (43%)
4. Game inviters (37%)
5. Proud parents (36%)
6. Oversharers (32%)
7. Checker-inners (share every single place they go to) (26%)
8. Event spammers (25%)
9. Constant engagers (like and comment on everything) (22%)
10. Self-promoters (19%)