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Ring My Belle
Daily musings from Rachel Belle of the Ron and Don Show.
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Sunday, August 17, 2014
Ring My Belle Weekends: The Seahawks DJ, "I Believe You - It's Not Your Fault" and Talking Sports for Business
Rachel Belle introduces you to the Seahawks personal DJ before sharing a new tool to help you survive a conversation about sports.
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Thursday, August 14, 2014
Dining Hall Hacks: A Guide To Cooking in a College Dining Hall
"Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks" was written by a recent Dartmouth graduate who grew tired of eating the prepared meals in her school's dining hall. The book teaches you how to create your own meals using the ingredients found in the dining hall, plus a microwave and a toaster oven.
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Ring My Belle: Beefcake yoga designed by a professional WWE wrestler
1. Seattle has lost so many of it's beautiful trees, and the poorer neighborhoods suffer most. 2. The top 10 lowest paying fields to major in in college. 3. A new form of yoga, nicknamed Beefcake Yoga, was started by WWE performer Diamond Dallas Page.
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Doug Baldwin & The Seahawks DJ On What Music Amps Up the Team
A huge music fan, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll likes practices and pre-games to be filled with music, funk music if he had it his way. DJ Toby Fresh has been spinning music for the team for the past 10 years, and gives an inside look into the player's favorite songs.
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Ring My Belle: Safeco Field sells better beer than any other MLB stadium
1. Over the last decade, Robin Williams has quietly given more than $50,000 to the West Seattle Food Bank. 2. Safeco sells better beer than any other MLB stadium. 3. The reason shows/movies set in Seattle are rarely filmed here.
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Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Ring My Belle: Suicide Isn't Selfish or Cowardly
1. Is it cowardly or selfish to commit suicide? We don't think so. Also, did Robin Williams commit suicide or did he die of depression? 2. Do you say "um" or "uh?" - apparently it depends on your gender.
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Monday, August 11, 2014
I Believe You | It's Not Your Fault
A few weeks ago, Seattle writer, Lindy West, started the blog "I Believe You | It's Not Your Fault." The blog posts anonymous letters from people who have experienced abuse, but may not have been taken seriously or even believed.
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Ring My Belle: All Americans Deserve Paid Vacation
1. Jenise Wright: We talk to a Seattle family lawyer about the legality of letting a six year old child wander the neighborhood on her own. 2. Hotel.com has started a petition to get all Americans paid vacation time. 3. A Calgary radio station edits all of the songs it plays, down to about two minutes long, so they can play 25 songs an hour.
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Sunday, August 10, 2014
Ring My Belle Weekends: Cohosted with Whitney! A woman finds out she's married to her brother!
Rachel is joined by her new friend Whitney to tackle a number of outrageous stories and later Rachel tells you all about Nibs, the nibberhood cat.
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Friday, August 8, 2014
Ring My Belle: When A Married Couple Discovers They're Brother and Sister
1. An update on Jenise Wright, the 6 year old whose body was found in Bremerton. Can parents have their children taken away if they leave them unsupervised all day? 2. A husband and wife in Brazil learn that they're also brother and sister. 3. To spite an obnoxious, foul mouthed, pie wanting child in a Burger King, a man buys up all the pies so the kid can't have one. 4. A man is arrested for running around a cemetery making "ooooooohh!" ghost noises in mourner's faces.
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Wednesday, August 6, 2014
A Day of Digging Up Clams and Oysters with a Foraging Expert
Seattle forager Langdon Cook, in collaboration with Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation, leads daylong shellfish foraging events on a private beach belonging to clam and oyster farmers Amy and John Adams. There's learning, foraging and lots of eating and drinking.
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Ring My Belle: The Scrabble Dictionary Adds "Selfie" & "Frenemy" & I Die Inside
1. Seattle city council is petitioning the FDA to allow gay men to give blood. 2. The Scrabble dictionary added 5,000 new words, including "selfie" and " frenemy" and boy am I uptight about it! 3. A male CEO is stepping into a lesser position to spend more time with his family. 4. A new report shows that teens prefer youtube starts to Hollywood celebs.
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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Nibs, the Nibberhood Cat, Has Brought Nibbers in Fremont Together
Seattle's Carl Sander says his five year old orange cat, Nibs, has always been a wanderer. Thanks to a Facebook page, he's learned that Nibs has hung out with hundreds of people in the neighborhood (or as they call it, the nibberhood), often entering homes and businesses to sleep and play. So in honor of National Night Out, Carl created Nibsfest 500, a community party in Nibs honor with a fundraiser to benefit The Retired Seattle Police Canine Fund.
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Ring My Belle: How WWI Influenced the Bra!
1. One of the women murderers, associated with Charles Manson, speaks publicly for the first time in 20 years. 2. The interim president of Kentucky State University has given more than $90,000 from his yearly salary to raise wages for minimum wage campus employees. 3. History lesson! How WWI helped women move from corsets to bras.
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Monday, August 4, 2014
Ring My Belle Weekends: Should Naughty Music Play in Nice Restaurants?
1. A Seattle businessman has been sentenced to 8 years in prison for selling crack, even though he argued that he gives a ton to the community. 2. A NY hotel will charge guests $500 if they post a negative review on Yelp. 3. A Texas woman had a million dollars worth of purses, watches and jewelry taken from her three story, 3,000 square foot luxury CLOSET. 4. A Seattle food critic argues that restaurants shouldn't be playing music with curse words and sexist/racist lyrics.
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