About Steve
I have been the host of the Indiana 105 Dawn Patrol for the Last 15 years. I originally hail from Louisiana, but have lived in Indiana since 1983. So at this point I think it is safe to say I'm a Hoosier. However I will always be a New Orleans Saints Fan, no matter what kind of trouble they may get into. My man cave is called the Voodoo Lounge Deux. The Original Voodoo Lounge was taken out by what was left of Hurricane Ike a few years back. The center piece of the Voodoo Lounge Deux is my hot sauce collection. Some people collect coffee mugs on vacation, I collect Hot Sauce. The Sauce of choice right now is brewed in Northwest Indiana by the Scoffeld Brothers. Be very careful with the Heavy Metal Sauce. However my favorite is a sauce from Barbados called Delish Bajan Sauce. Very hard to find. If you are going to Barbados and can hook a brother up......

My wife Colleen and I were married in 2000. Her grandmother used to own Ma Cole's dinner for all you old timers. And yes we met on the the radio. She was my first winner with Movie trivia 15 years ago. We have helped to for a new Theatre Company that raises money for charity. The Valparaiso Theatrical Company give 60% of every ticket sold back to a 501C3 charity. We have two sons and 4 grand children.

Steve's Posts

Impossible Question For June 21st, 2012

Impossible Question

Q .... The U.S Navy spent $1,000,000 in World War II to build one ship that only made one thing?
A .....Ice cream


Impossible Question for June 18th, 2012

Impossible Question

Q .....This Vegetable can and has doubled as a canteen?

A ..... A Watermelon .... is a VEGETABLE! It is from the botanical family Cucurbitaceae and is most closely related to cucumbers, pumpkins and squash. The watermelon is composed of 92% water and early explorers often used hollowed out watermelons as canteens.


Impossible Question For June 12th, 2012

Impossible Question

Q ..... What Smell makes us the Happiest?
A ..... Fresh Cut Grass


It is smells that remind us of home that bring us the most happiness, conjuring up treasured memories to make us feel utterly content. Nostalgic scents of freshly washed sheets, cut grass and home baking are people’s favorite fragrances, a survey has revealed. Comfortable, domestic smells of cooking or our mother's perfume can whisk us back to a forgotten childhood world in seconds.

1. Cut grass
2. Aftershave
3. Freshly cleaned house
4. Baking
5. Sunday roast
6. Fresh flowers
7. Fresh linen
8. Hairspray
9. Bacon
10. Leather



Impossible Question For June 13th, 2012

Impossible Question

Q ..... The Value of this Non-Paying Job is $36,757 this year?
A ..... Dad ... Happy Early Father's Day


As Father’s Day approaches this weekend, it’s time to take stock of what dads do for their families beyond just bringing home a paycheck. Alas, the household chores they tend to do aren't worth as much as the sweat equity moms put in at home year round, according to two recent reports. Insure.com calculated what they deemed to be daddy duties, including things such as barbecuing, killing bugs and mowing the lawn. The study found the domestic tasks would total about $20,248 a year if they were paid work. That compared to $60,182 annually for moms for doing things such as cooking, cleaning and nursing wounds. The value of the work was based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for how much similar jobs out in the real work world would pay. Another study by Salary.com found that the value of what working dads do at home is actually rising. The company looked at online responses from nearly 3,000 dads who reported on the number of hours they put into tasks at home, including everything from cooking to driving kids around, and found the value of what the dads did jumped to $36,757 this year from $33,858 the previous year. A previous study of work done by working moms found what the moms do at home is valued at $66,979, compared to $63,471 in 2011. The dads in Salary.com’s sampling were doing more laundry this year, about 1.4 hours, compared to 1.2 hours in 2011; but they cut back on their kitchen time, from 2.7 hours to 2.2 hours.
Here's a rundown on what working dads do at home and the value of their household tasks from Salary.com:
Cook – 2.2 hours - $1,502
Van driver – 3.2 hours - $2,304
Facilities manager – 3.5 hours - $5,801
CEO – 3.7 hours - $10.594
Day care teacher – 2.5 hours - $1,681
Psychologist – 2.2 hours - $4,219
Laundry machine operator – 1.4 hours - $718
Groundskeeper – 2.9 hours - $1,929
Maintenance worker – 4.2 hours - $3,035
Computer operator – 6.2 hours - $4,976
TOTAL SALARY – 32.0 hours - $36,757


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Contact Steve

Weekdays 5-10AM
Saturdays 6-10AM

E-mail: zana@indiana105.com
Studio Phone: 1-219-531-0105

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