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BRIEF JERKY

The Perfect Valentine Gift for your hungry man!

We joked about it long enough, it was time to make dreams come true! Please allow us to introduce our first EVER pair of beef jerky underwear we call BRIEF JERKY. Note the time and care that has gone into crafting this wonderful undergarment. The attention to the properly placed groments that enhance the wearers comfort! We've even "bedazzled" this pair and added our Mixed Species logo on the back next to a heart of rhinestones. All in time for Father's Day!

We consider these to be the first in "meat haute coutoure". They are made to order for each specific customer from the highest quality of dried preserved meats we can find at the closest convenience store. This particular pair was created to fit our very own model Hairy McSpecies! We will be adding his "action shots" soon. Currently there are too many good photos to choose from. Rumor has it that wearing our BRIEF JERKY undergarments will release their natural pheremones once your body heat and moisture kicks in!

Please keep in mind the Brief Jerky are made out of real untreated jerky! They are way more for “show” than “go”. Brief Jerky is NOT for consumption. If you wear them, please be gentle. Brief Jerky are held together and lined with thin adhesive single cell foam sheets. If interested, contact us with your waist size and we’ll get your very own one of a kind Brief Jerky created!

 

NEWEST MORNING SHOW HOST

ELLA - Jakes beautiful Baby joins the Morning Air Show...but only when she feels like it...uh..just like Jake!

EVA WATCHES MOUNTIANEER BASKETBALL!

Eva must love the Mountaineers! Check out what's on her TV in the background!
Go EVA!!

TRAVIS WOODY - 2/4/1925 - 2/2/2012


Al Woody's dad – Rev. Travis Arthur Woody, 86, died Friday, February 2, 2012 in the Robin Johnson Hospice House in Dallas, NC.

Funeral services will be 6:00PM Sunday in Leavitt Funeral Home with Rev. Jeff Goudelock officiating. Graveside services will be held at 1:00PM on Monday in the Cantley Family Cemetery, Rock Creek, WV.

Travis was born in Dorothy, WV, on February 4, 1925, a son of the late Frederick Arthur and Lucy Jane Fisher Woody. He was a retired pastor serving a number of Independent Baptist churches for more than forty years. Travis was preceded in death by his first wife, Geraldine, and a son, Larry Travis Woody.

Suvivors include his wife, Nezzie Williams Woody of the home; one son, Alan Woody of Charleston, WV; one daughter, Karen (Steve) Carrick of Gastonia, NC; one step-son, Ray (Pam) Newton Jr. of Kingsport, TN; and one step-daughter, Diane (Jack) Moore of McFarlan.

Also surviving are eleven grandchildren, Kristopher (Felicia) Woody, Brett (Tara) Rubin, Katie Carrick, Will Carrick, Travis Woody, Tyler Woody, Alison Woody, James (Monica) Moore, Jerry (Traci) Moore, Melissa (Aaron) Taylor, and Andrea Self; and sixteen great-grandchildren, Ethan Woody, Kimberly Rubin, Fiona Rubin, Sava Rubin, Leo Rubin, Aleksandrya Woody, Kristopher Woody Jr., Jaclyn Moore, Janice Moore, Dylan Moore, Delana Moore, Nathan Self, Megan Self, Colin Self, Matthew Taylor, and Andrew Taylor.

Memorials may be made to the West Raleigh Baptist Church, PO Box 212, Raleigh, WV 25911.

Leavitt Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Online condolences may be made at www.leavittfuneralhomewadesboro.com.

BRAD PAISLEY HELPS WITH I DO's

Their 1st Wedding Gift!


 

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Vanessa Pritt's engagement to Jason Davis is one thing that happened in Las Vegas that isn't staying there.

Instead, the ceremony can be seen by millions of people worldwide on YouTube -- thanks to country music star Brad Paisley, a Wheeling native.

Just after Paisley finished singing "She's Everything" during his show at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino, the country singer grabbed a fan's cellphone while Davis, 40, of Teays Valley got down on one knee and proposed to Pritt. For a couple months before their trip, Davis did his best to get Paisley involved. "I relentlessly pursued [Paisley] and kept calling his agents," Davis said. "They said 'absolutely not.' They get thousands of requests like this." Davis didn't give up and finally someone close to Paisley was able to get word to him that fans from his home state wanted his help. "They told me to make a sign for the concert that said, 'I'm the guy from West Virginia that's going to propose,'" Davis said.

Pritt, 31, was a little suspicious about why Davis was carrying a backpack to the concert but said she had no clue what was in store. "Everybody around us knew it was going to happen -- but me," she said.

While Pritt went to the restroom before Paisley came onstage, Davis asked people standing around them in the front row to hold the signs he had made, but to make sure Pritt couldn't see them.

"People were standing behind us holding the signs and pointing at us," Pritt said.

"She's Everything" is one of two songs Davis asked that Paisley sing before he proposed. As the song faded out, Paisley handed Davis his microphone and said, 'Do it, brother,' Davis recalled."I've never seen so many women crying," he said. "The only reason [Paisley] considered it was because we're fellow West Virginians."

Both Pritt and Davis are longtime Paisley fans. They met about a year and a half ago when Davis spotted her at a charity event. "I found out she was a manager at a local bank, so I went there acting like I had a banking question," he said.

After courting Pritt for a few months, Davis said they eventually were inseparable, and now the South Charleston natives share a home in Teays Valley. Pritt's son Creed, 4, and Davis' son, Jonah, 5, are now also great friends, the couple said.

Davis said the song "She's Everything" is how he feels about Pritt.

"It will definitely be the song at our wedding," he said. After the proposal, Paisley joked and said, "Congratulations to you, sir, and my condolences to you, ma'am," Davis said.

After Pritt got over the shock of the whole experience, and when she was finally able to stop crying, she realized, "There's no way he can ever marry anyone else -- there's no way to top that."