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by Jay Farley posted Jul 25 2014 5:11PM

$9 hairclip contains a screwdriver, ruler, wrench and even a knife

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by Builder posted Jul 25 2014 7:13AM

There's a beautiful three-story condo for sale in Austin, Texas. It's got five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and costs $389,500. But that's not why we're telling you about it.

In the real estate listing, there's a photo of one of the bathrooms where you can see the reflection of the guy taking the picture in the mirror. Unprofessional, but no big deal, right? Except that the guy was NAKED at the time!

Unfortunately the listing's been pulled down since the Internet noticed. So if you buy the place, there's no word on whether it comes with a sexy naked middle-aged man!

Here's the pic - (don't worry we made it safe):

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by Builder posted Jul 24 2014 12:19PM

If you are anything like me there are many times where you meet someone new and within a few minutes of talking with them you realize you already can't remember their name! So frustrating right, but now how do you find out what it is again. Thank you Business Insider for giving us all some ideas!

1. Ask them to put their number in your phone. Usually they'll enter their first and last name. And they'll probably be flattered, because it makes them think you want to keep in touch.

2. Ask for their email address. Most people have their name in it somewhere, or at least a first initial. Hopefully enough to jog your memory.

3. Introduce them to a friend. If they're polite, they'll introduce THEMSELVES to your friend, and you'll get the name a second time for free.

4. Ask them how to spell their name. If you try it with a Tom or a Mary, they'll see right through it. But most names have at least a few alternate spellings, so it won't seem weird if you ask.

5. Get their business card. People love to give them out, and they'll be thrilled if you ask for it. Plus, if you forget the name again, you'll always have the card to remind you.

6. Ask about the meaning behind their name. Again, only try this one if you're pretty sure the name isn't something really common.

7. Get creative. Compare driver's license photos, or get people talking about the different ways kids used to make fun of their names back in school.

8. End a conversation by reminding them of YOUR name. Usually they'll give theirs right back . . . unless they don't care enough about YOU, in which case you shouldn't feel bad that you forgot.

9. Wait until they leave and ask a friend. A little risky sometimes, because the longer you talk to someone, the bigger the chance that a situation will come up where you're supposed to use their name.

10. Just be honest and apologize. If nothing else works, you can ask someone a second time. If you're nice about it, it's not a big deal, because it happens to everyone sooner or later.

(Business Insider)

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by Builder posted Jul 24 2014 9:27AM
BOB 95 FM welcomes...




Tickets go on sale Friday July 25th!

BOB 95 PRESALE 7/24 10a-10p only. Use PASSWORD: PARDI


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by Builder posted Jul 24 2014 8:44AM
Here it is! The first official trailer for 50 SHADES OF GREY!

by Megan Z posted Jul 24 2014 6:40AM
CMT has put together the 12 Best Country Road Trip Songs. Surprisingly a mix of old and new songs! Hmmm, I may need to test these out on my next road trip!

12 Best Road Trip Songs

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by Jay Farley posted Jul 23 2014 2:00PM

Terrifying Danish theme-park ride drops riders 100ft INTO SMALL NET

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by Megan Z posted Jul 23 2014 9:17AM
Manscaping is happening more and more. Is this a trend this is just going to continue to grow?
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