A new survey by Buzzfeed tried to figure out exactly what the average person does in the shower: 1. 79% of people stand . . . but 6% shower sitting down. The other 15% stand most of the time, but sit to shave their legs. 2. 68% face away from the shower head . . . 32% stand toward it. 3. 55% make the water as hot as possible, and 45% keep it warm but not hot. 4. Only 31% wash their hair with shampoo every day. 54% do it a few times a week . . . 12% do it once a week or less . . . and 1% NEVER do. 5. 81% of people always wash their hair first, then their body. 6. 76% always use conditioner after they shampoo. And 8% never use it. 7. And finally, believe it or not, 72% of people say they pee in the shower.
This was so funny to me last night. As we approached this fine young gentleman sitting at the end of his driveway, my kids (and the entire group they were with) pulled an about face and headed the other direction. I HAD to walk up and take this picture.
Halloween makes you think about the spirits that are around us. In honor of that, Tad & Melissa brought in Psychic and Medium Yvonne O’Brien, who conducted a separate reading for each member of the show. How accurate was she? Hear the different reactions! Jeremy’s reading: http://od-cmg.streamguys1.com/atlanta/atl985/u2016102706135514512.mp3 Tad’s reading: http://od-cmg.streamguys1.com/atlanta/atl985/u2016102809411514556.mp3 Melissa’s reading: http://od-cmg.streamguys1.com/atlanta/atl985/u2016110105071314650.mp3 To find out more about Yvonne and schedule a reading, click here.
The Soup Nazi of Seinfeld fame returns to Atlanta this month. Actor Larry Thomas who popularized the phrase “No soup for you” is in town October 21 and 22 serving up soup to fans. Thomas drew crowds at local Kroger stores during his last visit in January. In the years since the actor embodied the Soup Nazi role, he has become something of a real life soupman. In 2014 he released the autobiography, “Confessions of a Soup Nazi: An Adventure in Acting and Cooking.” Recently, the actor has appeared in several live theater productions while also making appearances nationwide as the Soup Nazi. He took chicken noodle soup to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. And last month, he made a special appearance at Bally in Las Vegas for the debut of the Seinfeld Slot Machine which naturally features the Soup Nazi. This month, Thomas is helping Original Soupman soups kick off soup season by serving the new Original Soupman Shrimp Bisque (as well as other flavors like Jambalaya, Crab Corn Chowder, Chicken Noodle, Lobster Bisque and more) at store demos as follows (dates/times subject to change): October 21: 12 – 3 p.m., Publix, 536-2452 Cumberland Parkway SE, Atlanta October 22: 12 – 3 p.m., Kroger, 800 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta The Seinfeld character was based on Al Yeganeh, who began serving his soups with a side of sourpuss, in 1984 at a storefront on West 55th Street in New York. (Source: MyAJC)
Charles Conley is a Kennesaw State University student and does Cosplay at DragonCon. This year an encounter with a young boy inspired an important conversation about representation: http://www.wsbtv.com/news/national/hot-topics/why-this-batman-from-atlantas-dragon-con-meant-the-world-to-one-little-boy/458127908