Back in 2013, there was a new business attempting to open in Madison called “The Snuggle House“. At first, Brian was only interested in the “extra services” offered, then he found out how much a professional snuggler makes and decided he wanted to become one! Nice little shout-out to the PS3 in there, as well!

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Much like everything else, Covid is having an impact on how people are spending money this upcoming holiday season. But not as much as you might think. Wife & I don’t really buy stuff for each other anymore. Maybe a gift or two, but that’s about it. Nothing extravagant. We’ll buy a tree, put up…

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This week, we started out with a baseball edition of “Fact or Bullcrap” as the World Series got underway on Tuesday. Plus, we talked to Heather from the Coulee Region Humane Society about our recent “Rounds for Rescues” golf outing & how you can still help the CRHS! We also talked to Wade from Rock…

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The weather is MUCH cooler than we’d like, but thankfully, there’s PLENTY of events happening this weekend that don’t require you to leave the warmth & comfort of your vehicle! First up, there’s a drive-in movie night at the Pearl St. Brewery courtesy of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the 7 Rivers Region later tonight! They’re…

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I don’t know if there was a specific moment when I realized I was “old”, but I can toss out a few instances when I definitely felt like an old person. First off, waking up in pain. When you’re young, you go to bed, sleep in a screwed up position, wake up and life’s back…

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As of right now, our normal Thanksgiving plans are not happening. In a normal year, we have a big potluck gathering at my wife’s cousin’s house, but it’s highly unlikely this year. We might have her parents over for a small get-together with just the four of us, but that’ll be about it. According to…

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There’s NO shortage of lists about the “Scariest movies of all time”….many say “The Exorcist” is tops, and it’s hard to argue. The scenes in that movie linger many, many years after it’s release. Nowadays, when you watch a horror movie produced in the 70’s, the soundtrack & score seem mismatched and many of the…

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If there’s one thing that I’ve learned this year, it’s that not many people wash their hands regularly. I can’t tell you the number of guys I’ve seen come into the bathroom while I’m in there, use the toilet or urinal, and then walk right out. Seriously? Even before a pandemic, that’s just nasty. But…

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Autumn Vorwald was diagnosed with lymphoma in 2003, and went through twelve weeks of chemo and twenty-eight days of radiation. Sadly, Autumn was then diagnosed with breast cancer on June 21, 2018. After which, she underwent six more chemo treatments. Autumn continued to get infusions every three weeks until August 2019, and then had bilateral…

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Anybody who knows me is aware that I’m terrified of sharks. It’s by far my biggest fear. I saw the movie “Jaws” when I was a small child and it kinda ruined me. Luckily, I can avoid sharks easily by staying out of the ocean & living in the northern part of the hemisphere. As…

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