Monthly Archives: November 2009

Zhu Zhu Galore

If you’re a parent like me, then at least two things are true: 1. You have kids. 2. They have certain ideas about what they want for Christmas, and it’s going to cost you. Emily and I have three kids, … Continue reading

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There is hope for the Detroit Lions

I just caught this video that shows how Matt Stafford pretty much brought the Lions to victory over the Browns last Sunday, even with an injury that should have pulled him out of the game. I’m not a huge football … Continue reading

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New Home.FM WebSite

Jammin’ Jamin’ Bradley made a video of Ben Barnes and I acting all Tim and Eric-y for a new video at http://www.home.fm. I promise you that none of those holograms were there when we filmed this.

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Thanks For Books

The one thing about Kindle & Sony’s Nook Reader is that, well, you don’t get to hold a paper book anymore. The great thing, though, is that you can carry thousands of books without hurting yourself now, which I guess … Continue reading

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Deep Fried Turkey

Yesterday on Mornings at Home, we did a listener poll to discover the truth about one of the more recent inventions in culinary arts. It’s a combination of delicious and dangerous and is really good for you — if you’re … Continue reading

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80’s Trivia: Who is This?

Children of the 80’s, especially those who grew up watching TV Ontario, will know exactly who/what this is. While I didn’t grow up in Canada, I most certainly watched enough Canadian TV to at least be considered for analog dual … Continue reading

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Excellent Choral Sound

I recently stumbled across Choral arranger/composer Eric Whitacre and his outstanding work, including tunes like Cloudburst, I Thank You God For Most this Amazing Day and others. I really like to conduct a Choral ensemble. Conducting is an amalgam of … Continue reading

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