Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore recent public opinion surveys including... People who want to eliminate gift giving... People to believe in aliens... and People who do embarassing things in a new relationship. Plus, Older Person Gripe of the Week.
On this episide of Older and Wiser, Susan Sikora and Bob Bates discuss the psychology of standing in line.... the stupidest phrases in the English language.... and play "This or That- Food Edition."
On this episode of Older And Wiser, Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore public opinion surveys including: What would you eat if you could only eat one thing for the rest of your life?..... Who's the better boss.... a man or a woman?.... Can you get a better deal on Black Friday... or online?.... and would you buy a house if you knew it was haunted?
Bob and Susan explore recent public opinion surveys. In this episode they discuss the most popular Halloween candies in America, some ways people are getting close to their pets, what your sleeping position says about you... and the top priorities of people over 50. For all the links to the stories included, visit olderandwiser.com.
On this episode of Older and Wiser Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore recent surveys, including... what people really know about the Constitution, how much to spend on a wedding gift, what women really think about bald men, and how many men actually cry at work!
On this episode of Older and Wiser, Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore recent public opinion surveys, discussing life before the internet, who should pay on a date, what it's like to work from home, the words people find the funniest.
On this episode of "Older And Wiser", Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore recent public opinion surveys including... Why more people think polygamy is morally acceptable.... Who really buckles up in the back of a cab?.... How obsessed are people with their cats?.... and Which is better, paper towels or electric hand dryers?
For the links to all these surveys visit OlderAndWiser.com
On this episode of Older and Wiser, Susan Sikora and Bob Bates discuss recent public opinion surveys. Topics include alternatives to calling people "old", the things people want on their cars, favorite sleep positions, and the age when you are the most happy.
On this episode of Older and Wiser, Bob Bates and Susan Sikora explore public opinion surveys on topics that include: Women who say they "loathe" their bodies.... The smells that people most hate in their homes,,, Gas stations with the cleanest bathrooms from coast to coast... And the distracting things people do behind the wheel.
On this episode of Older And Wiser... Bob and Susan discuss recent public opinion surveys including... things you're "too old" to do when you're 40... how smiling makes you look older... where people really think chocolate milk comes from... and who really takes a doll to bed?
On this episode of Older and Wiser, Bob and Susan discuss recent public opinion surveys on topics including... who you'd invite to a fantasy dinner party, who you identify a really good cook, when it's time to move out of your parents house, the worst night to sleep, and why the elderly are so optimistic.
On this episode of Older And Wiser, Susan Sikora and Bob Bates discuss recently published public opinion surveys includling... whether people want to give up using cash... stuff we lose around the house... foreign accents Americans find the sexiest... our favorite car colors... and how often we feed our dogs fast food. For all links to all these surveys visit olderandwiser.com
On this episode of Older And Wiser, Bob and Susan discuss recent published surveys, including whether Americans care more about price or service when flying, the worst presents you can give to Mom on Mother's Day, and why puppies seems to like baby talk. Read the rest of this entry »
On this episode of "Older And Wiser" Bob and Susan sort through the latest public opinion surveys on topics that include.... places where people have the most road rage.... which states claim the happiest mugshots... what women hate most about closets.... and how old is too old to wear leggings, get a tattoo, or stay up past midnight.
On this episode of "Older And Wiser", Bob and Susan explore recent public opinion surveys including.... Top telemarketing scams, things people hate about the supermarket, whether kids really make people happier.... what surgical procedures women want men to consider, and America's favorite chain restaurants.
On his episode of "Older And Wiser", Bob and Susan examine recent public opinion surveys about when people stop celebrating birthdays... when's the best age to get plastic surgery.... how rude have Americans become?... and first date dealbreakers.
On this episode of "Older and Wiser", Susan and Bob explore recent public opinion surveys including... whether people would quit their jobs if the won the lottery, how often people change their toothbrushes, which pet names are the luckiest, and what people do when their phone battery is runnlng low.
On this episode of "Older and Wiser", Susan and Bob explore recent surveys including the worst passwords people use, what your email address says about you, older folks who say they'll never retire, and the weirdest stuff people bring on planes.
On this episode of "Older and Wiser" Bob and Susan examine the results of recent surveys- including, why so many Americans feel the political primary system is rigged. Also, who's more obessed with their pets...dog owners or cats owners? Also things to do in a self-driving car, and the most popular comfort foods.
Bob and Susan examine the results of recent surveys, including how Canadians feel about Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles, who's mostly likely to pee in the hotel pool, why older job seekers need to act young, and why everybody's using their electric clippers in the bathroom.
Bob and Susan explore recent public opinion surveys including how far some people will go to avoid the IRS... Should it be legal to sell your organs? and what are the creepiest professions?
Susan and Bob discuss recent public opinion surveys including.... How do you pick wine at the grocery store? Would you regret getting a tattoo? and... What's your favorite childhood book?
Bob and Susan discuss the dramatic trend to cancel landline phone service, what's good and bad about eating alone in restaurants, and the disgusting truth about germs on passenger planes.
Bob and Susan explore recent public opinion surveys on such topics as "Would you buy a smart gun?" "How many immigrants are really in America?" "It is really okay to use your cellphone while dining out?"
On this episode of "Older and Wiser" Bob and Susan discuss a variety of recent polls, including.... Things people won't put up with from a presidential candidate.... why white people have become so angry..... Things people believe about sleep.... and the weirdest excuses people give for being late to work.
A new survey reveals why most people hate staying overnight with relatives. A surprising number of Americans aren't sure where famous landmarks are located. Also, why people are willing to give an opinion on almost anything... even when they don't understand the question. Guest: Marilyn Kentz
In this episode of "Older and Wiser" Bob and Susan reveal the results of a survey which shows that most adults feel safe in the backseat without a seatbelt. Plus, why some people think it's time to get tough with rude theatre patrons. Also, the top 5 reasons excuses women use to get out of a social gathering.
Have you ever made a phone call or eaten a meal in a public bathroom? If so, you're not alone! On this edition of "Older And Wiser", Bob and Susan reveal what really happens when people use the facilities. Plus, Americans' greatest fears, and the best names to have for getting a date.
This week's topics include: Is it time to abolish Daylight Savings Time? Are you in favor of social hugging? What would make you stop eating your favorite food? Is you cat trying to kill you?
Topics include: Jackie Collins dies at 77, Dick Van Dyke's new book, Robert DeNiro loves his flip phone, Catch phrases from classic tv shows, and Baby Boomer Gripes.