Friday, August 3, 2007

AUGUST 3, 2007

We're off next week Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday... but we'll still have the most music in the morning to get you going!

Thursday, listen in at 7:10 AM to find out how you can win tickets to see Michael Buble in concert in L.A. on August 21!

Join 97-7 The Breeze at our final Kids Camp 2007 activity, a child safety fair Saturday from 10 AM-2 PM at Barber Honda in the Auto Mall (4500 Wible Road)! Get a child ID, have your child safety seat checked, explore a fire truck, get balloon animals from (Mom’s Choice Award Winner) BoBo the Millenium Clown, and more!

Visit with Kids Country Preschool and Michelle Monji-Carter from Karpe Real Estate! Plus, special thanks to Walker Lewis-Rents!

For more details, log on to! Thanks to all our Kids Camp sponsors (Pepsi, Little Caesar's Pizza, Geico, Dulcinea Farms, Barber Honda, KHSD Trustee Bob Hampton, and Uncle Sam's Camping Store)... and thank you for spending your summer with 97.7 The Breeze!

The SPICE GIRLS are running a poll on their website, asking fans to pick a city for them to add to their reunion tour. You go to their site, type in a city somewhere in the world, and yes, the girls WILL play whatever city gets the most votes. Right now, the city that holds that distinction is. . . BAGHDAD!!! Whoever thought of this idea is fired.

This is going to be REALLY depressing to think about when you're on your deathbed. According to a new survey out of England, men spend almost a FULL YEAR of their lives waiting for their wives or girlfriends.

Men spend 168 hours of your life... that's a full week... sitting in the car, waiting to pick women up for a night out.

Men spend a full 3,696 hours... that's 22 weeks of your life... waiting outside of dressing rooms while women tries on clothes.

And men spend 4,536 hours... that's 27 more weeks... waiting for women to finish getting ready... fixing their hair, putting on makeup, trying on different outfits... so we can both go out.

That adds up to a whole year.

No word on how much time women spend cleaning up all the messes men make, though.