1) Name? Ash Lee D
2)Got any nicknames? Ash
3)When were you born? Back in the old days of 1984
4)Hometown? Corpus Born, Harlingen raised, H-Town home of the Hawks
5)Still live there? I do not, I live in the master bedroon of my parents house. I made them trade me.
6)Got a ball and chain? Depends on whose asking, and if my baby Marion is Hanging around.
7)Do you have kids? If so how many? none that I know of...
8)So why did you get in radio and not professional scooter racer? I got injured updating facebook and apparently a finger injury puts you out of the race for scooters..
9)Favorite thing you like about radio? The variety of genres, lyrics and beats
10)Spill the beans on your most embarrassing radio experience? I wished a happy birthday to "Mike Hunt" and realized it after the words left my mouth :/ lol.
11)Favorite movies? Anything with Johnny Depp, Kate Hudson, or Hannah Montana
12)Favorite artists? Love Pink, Beyonce, and my girl Shakira
13)So you're on a deserted island...you can take three people with you, who would that be? Ellen Degeneres, Snookie from Jersey Shore (if i get mad i can punch her lol jk) and the Richest Single man in the world..
14)Person you'd most like to meet? any of the Kardashians
15)Who is the celebrity you'd like to run away with if you could? Marion Barber
16)Are you scared of anything? Bugs, Snakes, Clowns, and the Freddy Krueger Song!
17)What would you like to accomplish in 5 years? become a Federal Lawyer for the US. Stay there until till they find out I don't know what I'm doing or have a Law Degree..
18)And finally, what would you like to be most remembered for? My amazing basketball skills. LOL for being an amazing sweet down to earth girl..
This is just one columnist's opinion . . . not the results of a survey or anything . . . but supposedly these are the seven worst break-up lines. And it's hard to argue with the choices . . .
#1.) "It's not you . . . It's me."
#2.) "I'm moving . . . so we should break up."
#3.) "This was incredible . . . but I'm not ready for a relationship yet."
#4.) "I'm not attracted to you anymore."
#5.) "I need my own space."
#6.) "I can't see you anymore, because I think your sister is hotter." (???)
#7.) "I can't do this anymore."
According to a survey by MSN, if you spend a lot of money on dinner, you can guilt some women into sleeping with you.
--The cutoff is $150. One in five guys say that if they spend that much on dinner, they "expect" their date to sleep with them.
--And it WORKS. One in 14 women admit that if a guy spent that much on dinner, they would feel "obliged" to have sex with him.
--In other words, if you have $2,100 to spare . . . which is enough to take 14 women out for an expensive dinner . . . you have a good chance of getting some. (???)
--Or, if you can't afford to spend that much on dinner, you can take the same girl out five times: That's how many dates the average woman says she waits before having sex for the first time. The average guy is ready after three.
--The average date costs a guy $71 . . . so five dates with a girl will cost you $355.
If you find out your husband's cheating on you, there are two ways you can react. You can curl up into a ball, and cry about how your life is ruined . . . or you can figure out the best way to PUBLICLY HUMILIATE HIM.
--A woman named Jennifer in Greensboro, North Carolina just went with Option B.
--She suspected her husband was cheating, and thanks to a GPS tracker, she was able to take photos of him in the act with a woman named Jessica.
--And her response was . . . to use their joint investment account to BUY A GIANT BILLBOARD, and call him out.
--The billboard says, quote, "Michael. GPS tracker, $250. Nikon Camera with zoom lens, $1,600. Catching my LYING HUSBAND and buying this billboard with our investment account, priceless. Tell Jessica you're moving in! Jennifer."
--Sure, the MasterCard "Priceless" thing has been played out for YEARS . . . but it's still some high quality revenge. There's no word how much the billboard cost.
A lot of people think 'Rock Paper Scissors' is a game of chance . . . but it isn't. They actually have world championships in it, and certain people win a lot more often than others. And Slate.com has four good tips for becoming a winning player.
#1.) Control the tempo. It's easy to force people into predictable patterns when you don't give them time to think. So if you insist on a fast pace, the other person will often just default to "rock."
--You can also get people frustrated by setting a really SLOW pace, and they'll tend to fall into other kinds of patterns. Either way, make them react to the pace YOU set.
#2.) Exploit other people's lack of strategy. People THINK it's a game of chance . . . but they don't play randomly. Mainly because it's hard to force yourself to be random. So most beginners change their throw every time.
--But ironically, that's the biggest advantage you have in predicting someone's next throw.
#3.) Do research. You could read books on game theory and Rock Paper Scissors . . . yes, they exist . . . but we'll make it simple: Just extend the game. Like by making it a 'best of five' or something.
--That gives you more time for the tempo and strategy stuff. Also, men throw Rock most. Then Paper, then Scissors. Women go Rock . . . Scissors . . . Paper.
#4.) Cheat. One shady technique is to throw the "turkey claw," where your hand is halfway between Paper and Scissors. Then finish the throw according to what the other person threw. Then you're always guaranteed at least a tie.
Let's confirm what you already knew: You never REALLY leave work behind . . . even when you're out getting hammered.
-- According to a new survey, four out of five people say they've checked their work email while they were out at a bar. And the people who do send an average of 25 work emails a week while they're out drinking.
--One out of five people say they've sent their boss an email from a bar to try to trick them into thinking they were still working.
--And one in SIX people claim that they've even participated in a video conference call from a bar.
--The survey's from by a British WiFi provider called The Cloud, and theysay it's because work has become more high-pressure, and people need to be available all the time . . . or that they just need to take a break from the office and get a drink.