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Clutter guy from Hoarders, Want to be in a local commercial? What's a Blizzard B
by Rona,posted Feb 20 2014 10:27AM
6:15 Matt Paxton . He's that guy you would see on A & E's show Hoarders. He was such an interesting interview. In fact, we were supposed to talk for 10 minutes but ended up on the phone for 25 minutes. I had planned a longer Here is "blog exclusive" version of our interview but I couldn't get it edited in time. His website is : www.cluttercleaner.com Check out the version I aired this morning.
6:45 Have you ever wanted to be in an extra in a TV commercial? This Tuesday (Feb 25) is your chance! Details below:
Cumberland Valley Heating & Air Conditioning and WHAG-TV are shooting a new commercial on Tuesday, February 25 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in downtown Hagerstown. The shoot begins at 2pm and will last at least 2 hours. They are looking for 20-40 people to be extras. Extras will need to dress in their own heavy, winter clothing (coats, hats, mittens, etc). The extras will not be required to speak.
Interested? Contact Ryan at 301-991-4220 or at CVRMiner@myactv.net
7:15 Okay so what the heck is a blizzard bag? I can tell you what it is NOT:
-A sleeping bag
-A bag you pack that you leave in your car in case of bad weather
BLIZZARD BAG DAYS--In Concord New Hampshire, — A snow day isn't quite a snow day for many school kids says the Associated Press. New Hampshire school superintendents have the option of declaring a "Blizzard Bag Day." The schools are closed. But students must complete assignments, sometimes using materials sent home in what's known as a Blizzard Bag. If 80 percent of the students finish their work, the day counts and doesn't have to be made up at the end of the school year. Of course, many of the kids don't like it. So, some districts make the first snow day the old fashioned type with no school work assigned.
Do we have something like this here in the Eastern Panhandle?
8:15HOT POCKETS RECALLED
And you thought the most dangerous thing about eating aHot Pocket was scalding your tongue. Nestle issued a voluntary recall of its Philly Steak and Cheese and Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese Hot Pockets earlier this week because they may contain meat from “diseased and unsound animals!” These products may have been affected by Rancho Feeding Corp.’s recent recall of millions of pounds of beef ruled unfit for human consumption by the USDA. No illnesses have been reported so far. Still want to chance it with Hot Pockets? You’ve been warned. Remember Jim Gaffigan's Hot Pocket sketch? Love it ha!