Hey everybody! I'm glad to be back visiting with you on a daily basis. If you've ever listened to Mid Ohio's Country WNCO, then we're probably already friends. If not , let me introduce myself. I'm Matt Appleby, a Lexington native and Ashland High School graduate who's been on the air in mid Ohio since the winter of 1980. And yes that is my real name (who'd make that up?) My wife Kelly and I make our home in Mansfield and our daughter Sara is out on her own working as a case manager RN for a home health care agency. And while this is my first opportunity to DJ on Y105, I have been a fan of this station for a long time and I love the music. I'd be glad to have you as a Facebook friend, too. Thanks for tuning in weeknights on Y105!
The latest James Bond movie Skyfall hits theaters this weekend. Sure, it will be fun to watch, but it also could be educational as it will teach you how to fight and score hot women. Other movies can also be educational, of course.
Here’s a rundown of things we’ve learned from watching movies:
1. The ventilation system of any building is the perfect hiding place. No one will ever think of looking for you in there, and you can travel to any other part of the building you want without difficulty.
2. A man will show no pain while taking the most ferocious beating but will wince when a woman tries to clean his wounds. And, the wound-cleaning usually leads to sex.
3. All bombs are fitted with electronic timing devices with large red readouts so you know exactly when they’re going to go off.
4. Detectives can only solve cases once they have been suspended from duty.
5. Women can never find their car keys while being pursued by a killer. Once they do find them, they’ll fumble the keys, giving the killer enough time to reach the car and pound on the window.
6. When someone puts a baby down to bed, that baby coos and smiles, and then just goes right off to sleep. It’s amazing.
7. Most police investigations will require at least one visit to a strip club. (CavemanCircus.com)