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You know you should... so why don't you?

What are the two things people just can’t seem to get around to… but know they should? And what's the dirtiest thing you come in contact with every day? Keep your rubber ducky dry and watch out for flying meat!

Hour 1:
Paul Allen of Microsoft is out of this world. Mike from CMS talks about their backup products. What filth are you closest to every day? The hottest - or is it the coolest - place to have a wedding. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 2:
Online music news and this week's iTunes winner. What industry benefits from identity theft? Hold on to your hat! Jennifer does a looney movie review. The hottest trend for parents. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Hour 3:
What could your phone know about you? New on the net. Liquids to improve health. Where's the beef? We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@familytechshow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo and Apple's iChat.

Vic's Click:
Plain English - saying things more clearly

Links mentioned in show:
the iDuck, get a pet to keep your child from having allergies, voice-controlled video game, You Don't Know Jack 6 game, world's fastest and easiest back up products, 88 cent songs, report ID theft, dial up drive times, submit comments on new domains, eDiets, Calories Count, WeightWatchers, study on drinking and hypertension, American Heart Association, dairy foods keep kids slim, where to buy canned beef

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