If you are anything like me, you may have asked yourself recently, "Hey self, how can I help out a really great cause and get rid of all these Twisted Tea cans at the same time?" Well, fortunately for all of us, a listener named Ed recently contacted me with the perfect solution.
Ed is a longtime listener to WGNA and specifically to the morning show. He also loves horses. Recently Ed ask
Another great Capital Region school! (Sorry- that wasn't a complete sentence). Let me try that again. I had the chance to work with yet another great Capital Region school! There we go… This was a return appearance for me - the Bethlehem Children's School.
Schenectady County is taking a really strong approach to saving the earth. They have sent out a newsletter to fellow residents with all kinds of recycling resources. Here's just one of a SLEW of ideas - homemade gift boxes and gift wrap from "re-purposed" items. Check it out
We all are suckers for the latest and the greatest of everything. It's so easy to just put the new one on the Visa and put the old one on the shelf. This especially holds true for computers. Is it cheaper to just get a new one when the old one is on the fritz? Not necessarily
Yesterday was yet another Earth Day celebration. It's an important event to be sure. It's always important to be environmentally conscious. This was an attempt to do my part at a recent Key Bank remote broadcast in West Sand Lake
There is a definite disconnect between the male and female species--especially when it comes to the subject of "what stays and what goes". But sometimes a guy has to stand up for what's right despite the odds!
I love to hoard technology, for example
Recycling is an important part of modern life. To just throw things out of your car window to rot on the side of the road is an insult to the beauty of our landscape, don't you think? Old toasters, blenders, electric razors--the list is endless. Well, you know the saying..." one man's garbage is another man's.....MUSIC"