I had said this morning I would give you a health update!

2018 has been kind of rough so far.  2018 started fine for about 2 weeks.  Then one thing after another including the Flu, a sore back, a cold, and a nagging infection in my legs.

I just have felt well for a couple of months but a few Dr visits and lots of anti-biotics, I stared to finally feeling better this past Saturday and went back to the gym last night and boy could I tell it.   I sweated so much my shirt looked like it had been the wash .My muscles are so sore today.  Let’s hear it for BETTER HEALTH

My grammar is not …….. goodly.  I have struggled over the years with spelling (who ever invented spell check, you da man or you da woman) sentence structure and more but I think I speak with at least a decent grammar.

I try not to be nitpicky because I know I am not as good at my grammar as I should be considering I am on the radio.  However there are a few things that do kind of drive me crazy.  This is one we all hear a lot.  “My friend am ME were walking to the store and we SEEN the accident.  My friend and I saw.    I guess I am being nit picky

I found this article on the Huffing post with some more grammar mistakes we make.

 They’re vs. Their vs. There

Correct Usage: They’re going to love going there — I heard their food is the best!

 Your vs. You’re

You made it around the track in under a minute — you’re fast!

How’s your fast going? Are you hungry?

 Dangling Modifiers 


After declining for months, Jean tried a new tactic to increase ROI.

Jean tried a new tactic to increase ROI after it had been declining for months.

Better, right?

  Affect vs. Effect

That movie had a great effect on me.

That movie affected me greatly.

On a personal note there is a weather forecaster in Salt Lake that I think is very talented, however she says “hot weather is FORECASTED today” I am not even sure the forecasted is a word.

Now that I have readed this I know now why Ralph Wigum of Simpsons struggled.

Song writers are not immune to this.  Here is a list of songs and the correct grammar needed.  (This made me laugh)

“I Feel Good” by James Brown.

The “Corrected” Title“I Feel Well”.

“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For” by U2.

The Grammatically Correct Title“I Still Haven’t Found [That for Which] I’m Looking”.

“Me and Bobby McGee” by Janis Joplin.

The “Corrected” Title“Bobby McGee and I”.

“I Can’t Get No Satisfaction”, by the Rolling Stones.

The Grammatically Correct Title“I Can’t Get Any Satisfaction”. .  Either way I get satisfied at a good buffet!

“Who You Gonna Call (Ghostbusters)” by Ray Parker Jr.

The Grammatically Correct Title“Whom Are You Going to Call (Ghostbusters)”.

“Ain’t No Sunshine” by Bill Withers.

The Grammatically Correct Title“There is No Sunshine”.

“Who Do You Love” by Bo Diddley.

The Grammatically Correct Title“Whom Do You Love”.

“What’s Love Got to Do with It” by Tina Turner.

The Grammatically Correct Title“What’s Love Have to Do with It”.

“Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” by Jerry Lee Lewis.

The Grammatically Correct Title“A Whole Lot of Shaking Going On”.

Well I seen by the clock on that there wall that my time is up and me and my wife are meeten up for some food at lunch.  And I also saw that girl on the TV say rain is forecasted for the morning.

On this morning show : MAY

Stupid news :  Graduation.  A Jail Break.  And Cell phones and the play Hamilton

Laff lines.  Body Shaming