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More Iowa Exploring – Palisades-Kepler State Park

More Iowa Exploring – Palisades-Kepler State Park

Luckily, my man loves to go exploring, therefore I get to go with and discover tons of cool places.  I’ve found out that there’s so much to do that doesn’t cost anything!  Palisades-Kepler State Park is one of them. Located at:  700 Kepler Dr, Mt Vernon, IA 52314, this park is HUGE!  Coming from Seattle, I…Read more »

My Iowa Exploring Takes Me To Iowa’s Largest Frying Pan

My Iowa Exploring Takes Me To Iowa’s Largest Frying Pan

I’ve been in Iowa now for 2 months, and I can’t get enough of all the cool crap we have here!  I’m a big fan of cheesy, over-the-top stuff, so when Ned’s wife, Katie told me that Iowa has a huge frying pan, I HAD to go check it out! Not the world’s largest, but…Read more »

Danzig Released Their Debut Self-Titled Album 31 Years Ago Today!

Danzig Released Their Debut Self-Titled Album 31 Years Ago Today!

Danzig’s first self-titled album released 31 years ago on August, 1988. It went certified Gold in the U.S. in 1994 and since then it has been certified Platinum. Their song, “Mother” is the most well known song off the album. I was 10-years-old when the album came out.  My Dad had rad taste in music,…Read more »

Heated Debate:  Ketchup All Over Your Food, OR On The Side?

Heated Debate: Ketchup All Over Your Food, OR On The Side?

Are you a ketchup all over your food type of human, or ketchup on the side type of human?  We talked about this exact debate on my show this morning, and had a lot of calls and messages. The ketchup debate was trending on Twitter today. Here are some of the tweets: Comment a 🍅…Read more »

My TWIZZLERS Addiction Documented Throughout My Radio Career In Photos

My TWIZZLERS Addiction Documented Throughout My Radio Career In Photos

Over my 5 1/2 year radio career, I’ve noticed that my TWIZZLERS addiction has become somewhat part of my identity. I talk about them on-air frequently, and also post random TWIZZLERS photos to social media, etc. Listeners and coworkers have surprised me many times with bags and tubs of them over the years.  I decided…Read more »