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Ring My Belle
Daily musings from Rachel Belle of the Ron and Don Show.
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Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Ring My Belle: Are you a bedtime procrastinator?
1. A 14 year old girl's service dog gets his photo in the yearbook, right next to hers. 2. Actress Mila Kunis wants men to stop saying "we're pregnant" when their partner is the one actually pregnant with the baby. 3. There's a phenomenon called "bedtime procrastination" and you're probably guilty of it. 4. A new survey says people actually don't mind a bit of chitchat on an airplane.
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Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Is the Sharing Economy Forcing Americans To Trust Each Other Again? Airbnb, Lyft & Relay Ride Users Say: Yes
With services like Airbnb, Lyft and Relay Rides in the mainstream, Americans are welcoming strangers into their homes and cars, and making a profit off of it. These options are often a cheaper way to travel, and in the process they might be teaching us to trust strangers again.
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Ring My Belle: Don't Buy Shrimp Farmed in Thailand!
1. A Seattle doctor has had his licensed suspended for sexting during surgery. Like, 45 sexts in a single surgery. 2. Farmed shrimp from Thailand have a human trafficking element to them. The men involved with the farming are actually slaves. 3. A woman named Amelia Earhart (really!) is getting ready to fly a plane around the world to get girls interested in flying.
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Sunday, June 8, 2014
Ring My Belle Weekends: Communes, drive-in theaters and the return of board games
Rachel gets nostalgic talking communes, drive-in theaters and board games, before looking at the search for America's best burrito.
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Friday, June 6, 2014
Save the Wheel-In Motor Movie Drive-In in Port Townsend
The Wheel-In is the last of the remaining Washington state drive-ins that needs to switch over to a digital format. If they don't, they can no longer operate. They're hoping to raise $35,000 through their Kickstarter campaign (ends Sunday morning) so they can keep the 61 year old iconic theater open!
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Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Ring My Belle: Opera Singers Are Being Fat shamed
1. The Secret Service is looking for software so that they can better monitor social media...and that includes a program that can detect sarcasm. 2. Whatever happened to "It ain't over til the fat lady sings?" In the UK, opera singers are being fat shamed by critics. 3. A Longview, WA man has created a cold brew coffee that contains THC. 4. New gossip about JFK and Jackie O's marriage is revealed in a new book. It says she was ready to file for divorce when he was assassinated. (cc images: dr_tr)
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Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Board Games Are Back, And Seattle's Techies Are Fueling the Movement
Poor cardboard board games were clobbered when the video game came on the scene, stealing the attention of kids and teens everywhere. But now the board game is making a comeback, and many of them are being produced by, and with the help of, the tech industry. Meet the inventor of Robot Turtles and the woman who founded Lady Plainswalkers Society, a Magic the Gathering gaming group for women.
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Ring My Belle: Turn Off Your Lights Remotely with Your iPhone
1. Apple had a conference, that revealed two new plans: “HealthKit” and “HomeKit.” One will keep track of your medical records on your iPhone, the other will control appliances in your home remotely. 2. Ryan Lewis has all the fortune and fame of being attached to Macklemore, but none of the physical recognition. 3. Kids these days (get off my lawn!) don't have to focus much on writing in school, and neuroscientists and psychologists say this is bad for their little brains. 4. Google glass may have finally found a non-lame home: on the faces of surgeons.
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Monday, June 2, 2014
Beth's Cafe: Seattle's Favorite 24/7 Greasy Spoon Turns 60
Beth's Cafe, famous for their gut busting 12-egg omelets (the Southwestern is filled with two bowls of chili!), is celebrating 60 years of around-the-clock greasy spoon dining.
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Ring My Belle: The Pope Says Have a kid, Not a Pet
1. The latest on the Casey Kasem family feud involves raw meat, Kitsap County and a trip to the hospital. 2. A man is sentenced to 5 years for excessive dine and ditching. 3. The Pope tells childless couples to have kids, not pets, otherwise they will be lonely.
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Sunday, June 1, 2014
Ring My Belle Weekends: Emotional eating, humus purists and urban beekeeping
Rachel is joined by good friend Sean DeTore to share their own experiences with emotional eating and much, much more.
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Friday, May 30, 2014
Ring My Belle: Joys from the 2014 Scripps National Spelling Bee!
1. For the first time in more than 50 years, a tie at the National spelling Bee + some other high jinx. 2. South Korea has installed pink painted parking spots just for ladies. 3. Southwest lied about having $59 fares. 4. The Weed Fairy is in Seattle, handing out free pot to make people happy.
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Thursday, May 29, 2014
Ring My Belle: Emotional Eating Doesn't Actually Make Us Feel Better?
1. A tacky cheese plate has been removed from the 9/11 memorial museum in NYC. 2. In Utah, girls are upset that they're photos have been altered in the school yearbook. Girls in tanktops were photoshopped to have sleeves and tattoos were digitally removed. 3. A new study says emotional eating doesn't actually make you feel better when you're sad. 4. A Reading Rainbow kickstarter raised $2 million dollars in a single day.
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Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Urban Beekeeping on the Rooftop of a Seattle Hotel
Twelve floors up, on the roof of downtown Seattle's Fairmont Olympic Hotel, are five beehives maintained by Gavin Stephenson, the hotel's executive chef and beekeeper. Gavin says the Fairmont was the first place in the city to do rooftop beekeeping and the incentive was purely environmental."Doing the right thing. They're very delicate. You know, the Colony Collapse Disorder and just bee health and pollination is so important to people that I kind of feel responsible. I have five hives here now. I've got seven or eight at home."
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Ring My Belle: The Tickle Bandit Strikes Again
1. At Seattle's Folklife Festival, a company was trying to recruit porn stars & many of the girls they solicited were minors. 2. Near Boston College, at least 10 men have called police, saying their feet were tickled while they slept. The Tickle Bandit is still on the loose. 3. Psychology Today says there actually is a difference between cat and dog people. 4. Sabra, the company that makes hummus, wants hummus regulated by the FDA.
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