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Scientists find connection between brain freeze and migraines

Scientists find connection between brain freeze and migraines | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Most people have likely experienced brain freeze — the debilitating, instantaneous pain in the temples after eating something frozen — but researchers didn't really understand what causes it, until now...
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Airline passenger complains to police about attendant waking him

A 37-year-old Arizona man filed a police complaint against a flight attendant who tapped him on the knee with a magazine to wake him up.

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‘Hunger Games’ Fever Makes Archery Cool for Kids

‘Hunger Games’ Fever Makes Archery Cool for Kids | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
In schools and backyards, for their birthdays and out with their dads, kids are gaga for archery four weeks into the box office run of The Hunger Games and less than 100 days before the London Olympics.
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Text messages boost happiness - Telegraph

Text messages boost happiness - Telegraph | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
People enjoy boost in happiness every time they receive text from friend or family member, an academic study has shown.

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Have you seen the Should I Quit test?

Have you seen the Should I Quit test? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A free 5-min test to see if you should leave your job. Very eye-opening! (Pretty cool test.

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From Bagels to Balloon Rides: The Weirdest State Taxes | NewsFeed | TIME.com

From Bagels to Balloon Rides: The Weirdest State Taxes | NewsFeed | TIME.com | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it

As the federal deadline looms, let us briefly revel in the more lighthearted side of government taxation by taking a look at some of the weirdest state tax policies. Cause its TAX DAY!

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A Bride's Best Friend Is Her Nasal Feeding Tube

A Bride's Best Friend Is Her Nasal Feeding Tube | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something eww.
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Parents think fairy tales ‘too scary for kids’

Parents think fairy tales ‘too scary for kids’ | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Many parents admit that they refuse to read fairy tales to their children because they consider classics are too scary for them, according to a new study. The study, commissioned by television...

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It’s Not A Buggy Whip, It’s An HD Propulsion Device by Perry Michael Simon

It’s Not A Buggy Whip, It’s An HD Propulsion Device by Perry Michael Simon | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it

And the lesson is that good content will find its audience. Great read

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Nathan Ripperger, Dad, Makes Posters Out Of The Crazy Things He Says To His Kids

Nathan Ripperger, Dad, Makes Posters Out Of The Crazy Things He Says To His Kids | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Kids get credit for saying the darndest things -- when really, it's what parents say to their children that's hilarious.

 

What funny things do you say to your kids?


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Titanic Bath Plug Maker Icy Toward Offended Relatives Of Titanic Victims

Titanic Bath Plug Maker Icy Toward Offended Relatives Of Titanic Victims | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Paladone, makers of the controversial bath plug Tubtanic, have issued a rather glib non-apology to relatives of Titanic victims who found the toy "distateful." "We're sorry if anyone is offended," said spokeswoman Fiona Parkinson.

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Coke Machine Takes Hugs Instead Of Money (VIDEO)

Coke Machine Takes Hugs Instead Of Money (VIDEO) | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
A great hug can mean warmth, safety, comfort and a bunch of other mushy feelings. The only thing that could possible make it better?
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Where Are the World's Rudest Countries?

Where Are the World's Rudest Countries? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Ever travel to another country only to feel unwelcome, uncivilized or constantly in the way? You're not alone.
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Why the end of the $60 video game is near

A boxed copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, the world's top-selling console game, costs $60. Angry Birds, the world's biggest mobile game franchise, costs $1 for software that you can download in under a minute. The pricing gap between what's traditionally considered the highest-tier premium games and the fast-evolving mobile, tablet, and social gaming market is widening, and it's spelling disaster for countless game makers caught in the middle.

Psychologically, $60 just sounds expensive. This isn't anecdotal, this is common sense. Unless you're financially independent, $60 outright repels a vast slice of the entertainment consumer populace that the games industry desperately needs to convert to grow and survive.
- People are having fun playing more affordable games. The choice and product quality at the bottom end of the pricing scale -- anything under $15 or so -- has grown tremendously in a relatively short period of time. Games like Draw Something, Angry Birds, and Infinity Blade aren't only played by 'casual' gamers.

http://games.yahoo.com/blogs/plugged-in/why-end-60-video-game-near-181412574.html

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The Kindle Index: What City Buys the Most E-Readers?

The Kindle Index: What City Buys the Most E-Readers? | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Judging by sales and resales, Lexington, Kentucky is the most e-literate city in America. Congratulations, nerds!
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Aquafina Changes Label to Identify Water Source

Aquafina Changes Label to Identify Water Source | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Aquafina announced it is changing its labels to spell out that the water comes from the same source as tap water.
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10 Things You Should Never Buy at Garage Sales

10 Things You Should Never Buy at Garage Sales | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it

Helmets - swimsuits, mattresses and tires...and more!

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U.S. teens to spend $1,078 each for prom

U.S. teens to spend $1,078 each for prom | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
The U.S. economy may appear sluggish, but a survey indicated each teen will spend an average of $1,078 on the prom, a 34 percent boost from $807 spent in 2011.
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Four-Year-Old Girl With Sky-High IQ Joins Mensa

Four-Year-Old Girl With Sky-High IQ Joins Mensa | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Meet a 4-year-old girl whose IQ is just one point shy of Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. Legos first, the theory of relativity next.
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Dork spends his 12-hour marriage proposal tweeting

Dork spends his 12-hour marriage proposal tweeting | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
The way you propose to the one you love says a lot about you and your relationship.

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Media multi-tasking 'of benefit'

Media multi-tasking 'of benefit' | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Watching the television, browsing the internet and sending texts all at the same time may improve people's ability to deal with some tasks, according to researchers.

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7 Random Things You Won't Believe Are Shortening Your Life

7 Random Things You Won't Believe Are Shortening Your Life | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Most “tips” for living longer are pretty obvious stuff: eat healthy, don't work too much, stay fit, go on lots of vacations.

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Goofing Off on Your Work PC Not a Crime: Court

Goofing Off on Your Work PC Not a Crime: Court | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it

Good news, slackers: It's not illegal to use your work computer to shop on Amazon, set your fantasy roster, or, well, read Newser. 

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Philips ErgoSensor Monitor scolds you for slouching

Philips ErgoSensor Monitor scolds you for slouching | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it

Philips has launched a new display that tracks user-attention and can make posture suggestions - It will scold you for slouching. Nice.

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Burger King Bacon Sundae Pops Up In Test Run At Nashville Location

Burger King Bacon Sundae Pops Up In Test Run At Nashville Location | It's Show Prep for Radio | Scoop.it
Burger King made waves last week when it revealed a big slate of new menu items, which some said brought the chain's menu a lot closer to rival McDonald's.
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