Sunday, October 28, 2012

Growing up quickly.........

Three of Brother Dino's four daughters display their District Championship Medals with their Grandfather after yesterday's game. Nothing is more exciting to watch than when all three are on the court at the same time!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Dave Hardy is wearing his Swims today...........

I am almost positive to think Dave Hardy of PNB is the only person at the bank to worry about shoe care and protection of his shoes with today's rain by wearing galoshes. Click here to check out Swim Galoshes, I own a pair of red so please do not make fun.

Where to purchase: Brooks Brothers, Allen Edmonds, Need Supply Co.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

In case of fire, Tweet.........

Thank you Kurt Harden for allowing me to share this!

Monday, October 15, 2012

23 mile, free-fall statistics....................


-90 degrees Fahrenheit: Minimum air temperature Baumgartner’s specially-designed pressurized spacesuit can withstand.

-10 degrees Fahrenheit: Air temperature predicted 23 miles up as Baumgartner steps out of his capsule.

Less than 1%: Air pressure at the altitude of Baumgartner’s jump, as a percentage of that at sea level.

55 stories: Height of the 30-million-cubic-foot helium balloon that will hoist Baumgartner and his 2,900-pound protective capsule into space.

2: Number of practice runs before Tuesday’s record-breaking attempt. His first practice fall was from 71,000 feet in March 2012, and his second was from 97,000 feet in July.

3: Number of cameras attached to Baumgartner’s suit to record his descent. He’ll have one on each thigh and one on his chest pack.

5: Number of records Baumgartner’s jump will break if successful. He’s aiming to be the first human to ever break the sound barrier in free-fall and to claim the records for highest free-fall altitude, highest manned balloon flight and longest free-fall. His jump platform is believed to be the largest manned balloon in history.

5 minutes and 35 seconds: Amount of time Baumgartner is expected to free-fall.


Thursday, October 11, 2012

QVC...the show must go on..............


On QVC, the show — and the sale — must go on.

When a QVC guest host collapsed on live television, her co-host continued to hawk their product while propping up his associate’s unconscious body. During Sunday night’s sales, QVC host Dan Hughes was joined by QVC guest host Cassie Slane. The duo was trying to sell a kid-friendly Android tablet, but midway through the live broadcast, Slane clutched her chest and fainted. Without skipping a beat, the QVC camera cut to a a shot of the product. Meanwhile, Hughes, the professional pitchman, asked if Slane was okay, and then continued to tout the FunTab Pro tablet’s merits. QVC’s Carolyn Gracie replaced Slane and finished the segment with Hughes.

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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Emergency Nurses Week

Friday, October 5, 2012

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

GROW Licking County

Thank you breakfast and economic development update for the investors of the Community Improvement Corporation. Good things are happening!