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-Bob Waliszewski, our movie guy from Focus on the Family, gave Cars 2 a 4 out of 5 for family-friendliness. You can read his review at http://www.pluggedin.com/.
-John is still working on his plan to teach Cleve to ride a bike. A listener has offered a tandem bike for us to use. We plan to video the whole thing so you can be a part of it too.
-Coming up Monday: You could win ticket's to Monday night's Augusta Greenjackets game with the Monday Morning Mindbender at 6:10 and the Cheapie of the Week at 7:40. Also, we'll surprise the grand prize winner of Gas, Groceries and Getaway live in the 8:00 hour.
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-The USA Cycling National Championships are in Augusta this week, and John thought it would be a good time to teach Cleve how to ride a bike. We asked this morning for your ideas on how to teach a grown man to ride a bike. You can join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page. Cleve is afraid of pain, so we're looking for ways to keep him from falling!
-Coming up Friday: The summer heat has caused Cleve's family to create a new title for him, other than "dad." He'll tell us about it at 6:10. Also, Bob Waliszewski from Focus on the Family has the Plugged In Movie Review at 7:10.
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http://www.courageousthemovie.com/. Also, Casting Crowns has written a song for the movie and produced a video that you can watch at http://www.castingcrowns.com/.
-Pam Tucker from Columbia County's Emergency Management Agency joined us this morning to talk about how to deal with the oppressive heat and the severe thunderstorms that can arise from it. Listen: Part 1 Part 2
-Parents should be aware of online predators and the tactics they use to prey on children. There's a forum tonight addressing this subject at Wesley United Methodist Church in Evans. Read more
-Coming up Thursday: The big cycling championship is in town this week, and John wants to teach Cleve how to ride a bike. What's the best way to teach a grown man a new trick? Also, we'll tell you what Georgia Football Coach Mark Richt is doing in Honduras.
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1 c. milk (or soy milk)
2 c. frozen fruit, your choice (Aldi is cheapest)
1/2 c. yogurt (I've been using vanilla Greek yogurt for the protein)
1 packet vanilla instant breakfast if desired or protein powder
Add more milk if the smoothie is too thick. All amounts are estimates. Each smoothie will give you 2 servings each of fruit and dairy...and they are amazing!
Submitted by Diane Day of Aiken. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to email@example.com and include a daytime phone number. You'll receive a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.
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http://top100.relocateamerica.com/. We talked this morning about the reasons why you love living here. Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-Joshua Walden was inducted into Cleve's Coffee Club this morning. He said he needs coffee while chasing wild animals. Listen
-John talked about the website he used to find a hotel for his vacation last week. It is along the lines of Priceline and Hotwire where you don't know the name of the place, but you get an excellent price, and they do show you pictures before you buy it. John saved 50% off the rate that was being offered directly from the hotel. The website is http://www.lastminutetravel.com/.
-Coming up Wednesday: Pam Tucker from Columbia County's EMA join us to talk about dealing with the oppressive heat. Diane Day of Aiken shares a quick and easy recipe for fruit smoothies in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve at 8:10 AM.
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Q: Be careful eating this food because trace amounts of cyanide are found in it's seeds. Which food is it?
-John and his family spent their vacation in Orlando last week. He found some handy smartphone apps that helped them navigate Disney World. One of them is Disney Parks Mobile Magic available for $1.99. It includes park maps, character greeting times, attraction listings, restaurant reservations and more. Another one is called Disney World Lines. You have to buy an $11 membership at http://www.touringplans.com/ to use it, but it is well worth the money. This app gives you ride wait times and suggested park itineraries to make the best use of your time there.
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