- The Washington Times - Thursday, March 18, 2010


In case you didn’t tune in to The Washington Times’ nationally syndicated radio show “America’s Morning News” - heard in Washington on WTNT-AM 570 and coast to coast via the Talk Radio Network - here’s what three of Wednesday’s guests told host John McCaslin and guest host Amy Holmes:

c Conor Cunneen, purveyor of Irishmanspeaks .com: Mr. Cunneen, an Irish humorist now living in Chicago, offered wisdom and enthusiastic optimism to help listeners relaunch their careers. He stressed that he avoids the term “unemployed,” preferring the Irish word “sheifgab” - which means “make it happen.”

c Zane Lamprey, author of “Three Sheets: Drinking Made Easy! 6 Continents, 15 Countries, 190 Drinks, and 1 Mean Hangover” and host of the Fine Living Network’s “Three Sheets” program: The so-called global ambassador of alcohol, Mr. Lamprey provided recipes and tips on serving classic St. Patrick’s Day cocktails, although he warned listeners that in all of his travels, he’s yet to discover a single cure for the hangover.

c Paul Carty, managing director of the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin: Mr. Carty works on site at the famous St. James’s Gate Brewery, the largest stout exporter in the world, where on St. Patrick’s Day - and every other day - 3 million pints of the creamy stout are brewed. Drink up, he told listeners, because a pint of Guinness has only 95 calories.



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