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Every Day at 5 PM JC plays all your favorite songs from the 80's to put you in a good mood during the ride home. Wanna hear your favorite 80's song? E-mail JC@Star1037.com
 
 

Posts from June 2014


10 Random Facts about the 80's

80s Trivia Facts

The time has come to delve into the domain of random ’80s trivia facts. Being quite a fascinating time, the flashy decade helped define the modern world in a vast array of ways. Fact is, even today’s kids recognize some of the classic stuff from those cool 80′s movie t-shirts you see on the street. So buckle up, ’cause here we go.

80′s computers typically had 64 KB (yes, that’s kilobytes) of memory

80s Computer

The super-fast guitar solo in Michael Jackson’s ‘Beat It’ was played by Eddie Van Halen

Michael Jackson Van Halen

’80s saw the rise of PMRC, a Tipper Gore-led group responsible for those parental advisory stickers on music albums

Parental Advisory PMRC

MTV kicked off in 1981, the first video ever played was ‘Video Killed the Radio Star.’ Quite appropriate, don’t you think?

MTV Original Logo

McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets were introduced in 1981

Chicken McNuggets 80s

Early ’80s cell phones weighted as much as 20 pounds and were truly huge

80s Cell Phone

Eight ‘Friday the 13th’ movies saw their release during the ’80s. Talk about scariness galore

Friday 13 Movie 80s

Flock of Seagulls lead singer Mike Score was a hairdresser before joining the music world

Flock of Seagulls Hair 80s

Red Bull was originally introduced in 1987

Red Bull 80s

Coca-Cola changed it’s iconic formula once during the ’80s, causing a consumer uproar that led to the return of classic formula

Coca Cola Classic 80s




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What would happen if you stood up for an entire month?
Have you heard that sitting is the new smoking? With some studies suggesting that those who sit 11 hours per day are 40 percent more likely to die within three years, more and more sedentary office-worker types have taken to "standing desks" and other gizmos that encourage them to spend more hours on their feet. But what would actually happen if you tried standing up for an entire month? New York writer Dan Kois embarked on such an experiment, allowing himself only to sit when driving or using the toilet (plus lying down to sleep). Here are some of his observations and findings:
 
  • His calves and heels ached like never before, but he lost five pounds in a month.
  • He no longer felt the need for a mid-afternoon nap, but felt wiped out by early evening.
  • He started taking short walks when he wanted a break from work, instead of sitting at his computer and surfing the Internet.
  • He found it more difficult to socialize and interact with his kids at meals, storytimes, etc.
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