The goal of this blog is to provide you with the most important discussions of the most serious topics. I enjoy the occasional mental chess game while discussing "Baby Monkey Riding on a Pig", how my friend just made a super cool Lego rendition of a current event, or sharing the latest breaking news photo of my encounter with a squirrel who eats french fries.
I promise to keep my promise, of providing your fresh, hard hitting, super serious topics and insightful commentary day in and day out. Unless of course, my ADHD takes over. Then, you might have to wait a day or two. Sorry in advance, but at least I know my weaknesses, right?
I am probably the most important person on this radio station because I am the "weekend warrior". I make sure that Madison, Keith, Prolifik, and Ace and TJ get enough rest so that they can do the heavy lifting Monday - Friday.
Being "placeholder" has it's benefits. I get to act like I'm a part of the station at concerts (I almost met J Biebs!), have full access to the radio station's fridge (usually full of leftovers that are a minimum of two days old), and every once in a while someone from promotions will give me the latest CD (usually 3-5 years old). My parents are upset I don't get a real job, like at McDonald's or Chic Fil A, but I keep telling them someday I'll be a superstar!
And they don't believe me.
So I appreciate you supporting my weekend career. Please keep listening, it makes me smile.
So you're office party is coming up, eh? Well here's a very good reason to "sit on your hands" and watch your alcohol consumption!
About 10% of office party romances end in someone either getting disciplined . . . or FIRED.
--And yeah, 10% isn't very high . . . but you're still taking a one-in-10 shot at losing your job.
--And if you don't get fired, you'll at least end up DREADING going to work . . . about 64% of people who have gotten-it-on with a coworker at the company party say it made things awkward at work afterwards.
--One more note: A separate survey found that 72% of women and 60% of men who've had office affairs say those affairs started at the company Christmas party. And yes, those numbers are VERY high.