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I miss our intern!

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It is Monday, day one of our intern Khrista Jackson's spring vacation. I apologize already for how different my morning show page is going to look. Krhista does a fantastic job! She posts all of the Birthdays, tries to decipher all of my handwriting and gives you a web page that can keep you current on everything we talk about in the mornings.

Hurry Back Khrista!!!!!!

Happy Birthday and Congratulations to today's DQ Grill and Chill B-Day cake:Â Constance Ensley, 7 from Ooltewah.

Also Happy B-Day to:

katy kennedy 10 in Ringgold

Ashley Ingram 25 (Sat) in Ider Al

Lance is 9 in Chatsworth

Mark Ware, 50's in Calhoun.

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How Much is $540 Million?

if you walked down the street and found a dollar bill on the ground every 10 feet, you'd have to walk the circumference of the Earth 41 times to pick up all 540 million of those bills.

it's yoru salary for 5,400 years if you earn $100,000 a year.

You could buy a thousand $500,000 homes

You could buy over 98 million $5-plus drinks at Starbucks-or one for everyone in the state of California, New York and TExas and still have enough to buy two of them for all your friends in Washington state plus if you were feeling generous, one for everyone in Oregon too.

In fact, you could buy 1.3% of Starbucks, the company.

Here is this mornings Monday Morning Chuckle-Christian Comediane Anita Renfroe talks about how difficult it is to get the entire family to sit down for dinner.



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