Wynn & Wilson Stories (352)

Friday, 17 April 2015 00:00

MOVIE REVIEW - Paul Blart Mall Cop 2

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Tough to go to a movie these days where there's not a number at the end. So here we go again, Kevin James is back as Paul Blart Mall Cop 2


Thursday, 16 April 2015 00:00

Beauty Blunders: Major First Date Turn-offs for Men!

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According to guys, these beauty blunders are major first-date turn-offs. 

Sure, it seems shallow – but at least these guys are honest.


Wearing too much makeup: Guys want you to wear makeup so it looks

 like you are barely wearing makeup. Makes sense. Studies have shown that 

guys prefer a more natural. 


Don't overdo the perfume either: Guys want to smell you when they lean in 

close, not from across the room.


Really long fake nails: Apparently, guys love a nice, clean manicure, but really 

hate fake nails. Sweet! Save your money.


Bad breath: This goes both ways! No one wants to lean in and 

get a face full of dragon breath.

Monday, 13 April 2015 00:00

Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 4/13/15

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Nashville News: Friday, 4/17

Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum escaped injury when a tire on her bus caught fire

 en route to the ACM Awards in Texas. 

Also on the bus were Hillary's husband Chris, their tour manager and the bus driver. 

Hillary wrote on Facebook, "Thanking God for our safety and the safety of all of those who

 helped put this fire out and keep us safe."

Lady Antebellum, who are up for Vocal Group of the Year, are slated to play on 

Sunday's show, which airs live on CBS. 

Monday, 13 April 2015 00:00

Daily Scoop for Week of 4/13/15

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Today is Friday, April 17th- It IS - National Cheeseball DayFord Mustang Day (1964 $2,368)

National Bat Appreciation Day


Birthdays – Jennifer Garner 43 / Rooney Mara 30

Tribe – In Minnesota this weekend


Cavs – Boston up next (playoffs) Sunday 3pm, Cavs heavy favorite 


ESPN reporter Britt McHenry has been suspended for berating a worker at a towing place. 

The rant is unreal. She looks horrible. More to come.

Saturday, 11 April 2015 00:00

MOVIE REVIEW - The Longest Ride

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The Longest Ride is new this weekend, and the latest Nicholas Sparks book to come to the big screen. 

Wednesday, 08 April 2015 00:00

MOVIE REVIEW - Furious 7

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This is the seventh installment of the Fast And Furious franchise and somehow these just keep getting bigger, and yes better.

Monday, 06 April 2015 00:00

Sarah Kay's Nashville News, Week of 4/6/15

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Nashville News: Friday, 4/10

Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown, Jennifer Nettles, Kacey Musgraves 

and Martina McBride appear on the DVD A MusiCares Tribute to Carole King. 

The show was filmed at the 2014 MusiCares Person of the Year gala in Los Angeles. 

Proceeds from sales of the DVD helps music professionals in times of financial, 

medical and personal need.

The DVD comes out on June 23rd. 

Monday, 06 April 2015 00:00

Daily Scoop for Week of 4/6/15

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Today is Friday, April 10th- It IS - ASPCA DayNational Sibling Day

National Cinnamon Crescent Day


Birthdays – Haley Joel Osmet 27 (kid actor)


Tribe – Home Opener! Tigers in Town!


Cavs – Boston in town tonight!

Saturday, 04 April 2015 00:00

My Small Easter Miracle

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It's Easter, and I would like to share this with you.  I always think of this day this time of year. I posted this a few years ago, but thought it may be worth sharing again. It's a small Easter miracle, but it's mine.

When I glance back to Easters in my rear view mirror, I see my most memorable one, Easter 1992, which I spent living and working in Jefferson City, Missouri at a great radio station, KLIK. I was doing the morning show there and having great success. - At work. But all was not good. – In life.

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In those days I had a worthy adversary. - Me. I was tired of living there and was sad thinking others had a much better life than me. I was spending way too much time in my condo alone weary, feeling I didn't have anyone to talk about it with. Truth is, some of my problems were of my own doing and I knew it of course, which didn’t help. Funny, it's all a blur now. And even though it was clearly out of focus for me at the time the loneliness hurt. And much my problem was self-inflicted, which to me is the worst kind.

Then two things happened that helped turned the tide. I met Dr. John. A great counselor that gave me time, a comfy chair, and a suggestion there was a different way of looking at things. And secondly, there was Easter morning 1992 when I decided to take just myself, complete with battered pride out to enjoy the holiday at the good Dr.’s suggestion. I drove to a great place called Tan- Tara Resort at the Lake Of The Ozarks to splurge on a fancy brunch. Behind the wheel during the hour drive, there was no way to know it was an important journey that would build a bridge over the wide crevasse, and start to connect the hurting parts of me that were out of focus at the time.

I asked for the best table overlooking the lake and marina. I bought a paper, a Bloody Mary (or two), and ordered the brunch. I sat there for a few hours, watching people and families come and go, feeling the power of a communal activity on such a special day. The sun reflected off the blue lake, with boats coming and going. I spoke with some casually but moreover, the day spoke to me directly.

I drove home at days end with much of the weight of many proceeding days off my shoulders. It was not a cure, but a turning point like Easter itself. I thought enough of myself to venture out on a trek of solitude on the perfect holiday to do so.  All the while the irony played out right in front of me. Learning that the watershed moment of beating being lonely, was - being alone - on that day, in that place, at that moment. It was Easter and though it was a small miracle, it was mine.

Shortly after that, positive things started to happen. I moved to Florida, and waves of new people started pouring into my life. That continues today, as I moved back home to Northeast Ohio in 2001 after being 20 years on the road. I knew many great people in Jefferson City then, but it was just a time in life when many things were changing for others, and seemingly not for me. I was wrong.

There is a certain level of spirituality within me, and in most I suspect. Spirituality to me feels like "a search,” for answers to an endless array of questions of life’s proposes. Dr. John taught me something about myself I didn't know at that time. That I am a curious person, and to strike out fearlessly and find answers to things I was wondering.  He was right. I am forever thankful for the good doctor, and for that Easter morning.

And for you, allowing me to share a small Easter miracle with you. Happy Easter.


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Monday, 30 March 2015 00:00

Scott Wynn' Window - Passing My Dad

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I am lucky.  I have been blessed with great health my entire life, and it's something I do not take for granted.

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