On KD's Mind

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The Top Seven Things That Make a Woman Feel Loved

Aug 25, 2015 -- 6:18pm



Here are the top seven things that make a woman feel loved . . .


1.  Cooking for her.


2.  Giving her a compliment.


3.  Doing the dishes.


4.  Offering to get the groceries.


5.  Buying her a random gift.


6.  Taking her on a surprise weekend trip.


7.  Carrying her bags. 




Luke Bryan Makes a House Call to Surprise Special Fan

Aug 19, 2015 -- 5:26pm

Luke Bryan recently surprised a superfan at her house for an episode of the now-canceled FOX show Knock Knock Live. The singer found out thatLisa Hayes donated a kidney to her mother in January of last year, and so he wanted to offer the selfless woman a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Bryan knocked at her door and took her and her family on his tour bus, gave them a private acoustic performance on the bus, Facetimed with Hayes' friends and family, and personally delivered her to the venue where she was given a backstage tour and handed front row tickets, in addition to taking numerous pictures with the superstar.

Bryan's new Kill the Lights album debuted at Number One on the Billboard all-genre 200 and Country Albums charts.

His Kick The Dust Up tour stops at Atlanta's Philips Arena for a two-night stand on Friday (August 21st) and Saturday (August 22nd).


Five Random Things You Didn't Know About Your Car

Aug 17, 2015 -- 6:12pm

Here are five random things you might not know about your car . . .



1.  You shouldn't be able to see your own car in your side mirrors.  It's safer if you can see OTHER cars.  So you're supposed to position them so you can almost see the sides of your car, but not quite.



2.  Here's how to cool down the inside of your car in under a minute.  If you parked in the sun, roll down the driver's side window, then open and close the passenger's side door five to ten times.  It recirculates the air, and makes it up to 10 degrees cooler.



3.  Pressing your key remote under your chin increases its range.  Which can help the next time you can't find your car in a parking lot.  Basically, it turns your head into a giant antenna . . . but it won't hurt you. 



4.  Driving with the A/C on is safer.  Studies show your chances of falling asleep at the wheel start going up if it's warmer than about 71 degrees in your car.  And on average, your reaction time is 22% slower at 80 degrees than it is at 71.



5.  Your air conditioner filters out up to 88% of the pollen in the air.  So it's a good idea to use it when your allergies flare up.



(PR Newswire / Tested / Distractify / NY Times)

Six Things on Facebook That Can Ruin Your Shot at a Job

Aug 06, 2015 -- 3:40pm


If you're searching for jobs, have the common sense to make your Facebook page private.  Or maybe just delete it entirely.  Because if you don't you're just BEGGING for trouble.



A new survey found the six things that a company could find on your Facebook page that would make them IMMEDIATELY stop considering you for a job.  Listen up . . .



1.  Risqué photos . . . 71% say this would instantly get you cut.



2.  Negative comments about work in GENERAL . . . 69% say it's a dealbreaker.



3.  Negative comments about your current job or a former job, 66%.



4.  Cursing, 65%.



5.  Photos of you partying and drinking, 60%.



6.  Controversial political or social opinions, 30%.  Obviously it's not legal for someone to discriminate during the hiring process, but this is before you even GET there, smart guy.

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