Tune in weekday afternoons around 4:15pm to play Julie Jones' Nearly Impossible Question. Be the first caller to correctly answer her question and win some great prizes... A Cut Above Home, Ye Olde Butcher Shoppe and McDonalds. If you missed it, Here is this week's questions and answers:
MONDAY: 87% of men said they never go here? hmmm not the Dr. or the grocery store but a strip club.
WEDNESDAY: 53% of office workers say woman are more likely to do this? Break the dress code.
There's a new trend with Christmas trees this year -- skinny is in! Tall and skinny trees are all the rage this year --
both real and fake. We're talkin' trees up to 15 feet high, but half as wide. There are even the more extreme
"pencil" trees which are as narrow as 18 inches across.
If you're thinking of heading in the "skinny tree" direction this year, take this advice from a professional
Christmas tree decorator (from the Wall St Journal online):
Start at the top with small ornaments and work down using medium-size ornaments, reserving large
ornaments for the trunk area and near the bottom. He suggests maintaining an overall sleek, simple
presentation for the slim tree but using plenty of flashy gift-wrap for the presents underneath.