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Christian Peterson, Getty Images

Air Force Says No to New Camo Design

The U.S. Army will adopt a new camouflage pattern next year replacing the current pixilated patterned that came out in 2004. While the Army will have the new camouflage the U.S. Air Force will not. The fly boys decided to keep their tiger-striped pattern.

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Mike Ehmann, Getty Images

Rudy Giuliani Wants to Make Golf Easier

Ex New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani has a solution as to how to make gold easier, make it a 12 hole game instead of 18. He compares it to pro tennis saying he has played tennis for over 20 years but never has played 5 sets like the pros do.

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WPA Pool, Getty Images

Queen of England Says No to Selfies

The Queen of England has weighed in on selfies; she finds them disconcerting and strange. She believes that selfies take away from the value of human contact and thinks they are an example of bad manners. She was basically saying she misses eye contact.

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Me n Joe

Sarah’s Throwback Thursday

I enjoy sharing the little things with y'all.  I want you to know ME.  So here it is, this week's edition of Throwback Thursday in a picture. 

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Category: Family, Morning Buzz, Photos
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Three Lions, Getty Images

Bloodhounds, Born Trackers

Bloodhounds are the only animal whose evidence is admissible in a court of law. This amazing dog has 230 million scent receptors making it a tracking machine.  One of the most famous bloodhounds was from Kentucky, Nick Carter.

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Hulton Archive, Getty Images

Superman Comic Sells For $3.2 Million

A rare copy, and in excellent condition, of Superman’s first appearance in a comic book recently sold for $3.2 million. It was Action Comics No.1 from 1938 that sold on eBay for the record price. The same type of high quality comic book was sold in 2011 for $2.1 million.

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Spencer Platt, Getty Images

Record Number Renounce U.S. Citizenship, Fees Go Up

When U.S. citizens denounce their country it currently costs them $450.00. With a record number of citizens living abroad and opting out of being a U.S. citizen the U.S. State Department announced it’s going to cost them more.

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Justin Sullivan - Getty Images

Come See Me At The Litchfield Fair!

I'm having so much fun being on-air and talking with listeners on the phone.  But, I'm very excited about the Litchfield Fair because I will be there with B98.5 this Saturday at 10am.  I look forward meeting the listeners that will be there. 

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Category: Events, Morning Buzz
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Handout, Getty Images

Attractions No Longer at Disney Parks

If you visited Disney World or Disneyland in the early days of the parks and you visit Disney today, you will see quite a few changes in the park. Some of the early rides and attractions are gone forever. There was a day on the monorail you could sit up front with the driver simply by asking, but that is no longer allowed.

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Ronald Martinez, Getty Images

Randy’s College Football Wrap Up

Week one of college football had some big match ups, match ups that could determine a team’s season and their chance to play in the four team playoff at the end of the year.  Here’s a look at the first week and the top 25.

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