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Chris & Rosie
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|Boy we sure are lucky! We get to have a ball every day laughing, telling funny stories, talking to the greatest group of people on earth, our Q102 listeners, and we actually get paid for it!!! When I say that we have the best listeners ever here at Q102, I mean it! I’ve had the chance to work in a lot of places, but here in what we call Shenandoah Country, folks welcome you no
matter who you are, and extend such wonderful, honest friendship. You all have become a real part of my “family”, and that’s for real. It’s awful hard to roll out of bed every day and have fun, unless there’s someone like you to share the morning with! So thanks for getting us started while we help get you started!!
Chris is test-driving the all new Cadillac ATS Check this baby out:
Q102 supports Celebrating Patsy Cline!
It's celebrating our Heritage in the valley, and your family's name can be placed right in front of her Historic House!
Let thousands of yearly visitors see your family's pride!
Click HERE to find out how!!
It's never a bad time to start losing weight!!
Chris lost 70lbs!!
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Help us feed the HUNGRY living here in Shenandaoh Country.
Lord Fairfax Area Food Bank
1802 Roberts Street
Winchester, VA 22604
Click HERE for their website!
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FIVE GREAT TV SHOWS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD (Reader's Digest):
1) The Simpsons transformed how we talk. ~there's a Milhouse or Bart quote for every occasion. Even the gatekeeper of language, the Oxford English Dictionary, has found a spot for Homer Simpson's trademark "D'oh!"
2) Glee helped boost the record industry. As most of the record industry flailed, the Glee recordings found staggering success on iTunes. By the end of 2011, the cast had sold more than 11 million albums and another 36 million single tracks. Meanwhile, the 2011 concert tour grossed more than $40 million. Lea Michele and her Glee castmates are the fastest act to earn 20 top-40 hits, surpassing even Elvis.
3) America's Most Wanted cleaned up our streets. The show has helped capture over 1,100 fugitives since its debut in 1988.
4) Sex and the City encouraged teens to communicate. A 2011 Ohio State University study found that undergraduates who viewed an episode of Sex and the City were more than twice as likely to talk to their partners about sexual-health issues. This is especially important considering that, in 2008, a Rand Institute study reported that girls between 12 and 17 who watched the show and other shows with "high sexual content" were more than twice as likely to become pregnant - a ringing endorsement for enforcing the Mature Audience rating.
5) ER made us healthier. ER did more than make George Clooney a superstar. It also changed the way America ate. In three 2004 episodes, the show focused on the doctors' orders for a teenager with high blood pressure: exercise, and eat more fruits and vegetables. While the plot sounds humdrum, it scared viewers straight. In 2007, researchers found that viewers who caught these episodes had started walking or exercising more, eating more fruits and vegetables, or getting their blood pressure checked.