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!
According to a survey from AskMen.com, guys are more concerned about grooming their skin than anything else.
Here’s a full rundown of the survey results:
Bill Hader is leaving Saturday Night Live after eight years.
The comedian, best known for playing Weekend Update city correspondent Stefon, tells the New York Times, "It was a hard decision, but it has to happen at some point. It got to a point where I said, 'Maybe it’s just time to go.'"
Hader, who's appeared in Superbad, Tropic Thunder and Forgetting Sarah Marshall, will do his last episode on the season finale Saturday.
This comes on the heels of Seth Meyers's being named the new host of Late Night. He'll depart next year. And Fred Armisen and Jason Sudeikis are also reportedly mulling their own exits. Producer Lorne Michaels says, "They’re making their decisions and we’ll know soon enough."
Disney World attractions are notorious for having long lines, but some clever and wealthy people have figured out a way to beat the lines while showing everyone else just how despicable and shameful people can be.
The New York Post reports that some parents visiting Disney World with their kids have been hiring disabled people to pose as their family members. The parks allow for people with disabilities to skip the lines and let them bring up to six people with them. These parents are paying a group called Dream Tours Florida around $130 an hour for their disabled tour guide. One of these parents tells the Post, "My daughter waited one minute to get on 'It's a Small World.' The other kids had to wait two-and-a-half hours." She adds, "You can't go to Disney without a tour concierge. This is how the one-percent does Disney." (NY Post)