Word Of The Year

Another group has come up with its Word of the Year. This time it’s the Oxford Dictionary’s choice.  The word: “Youthquake.”   It’s a mix of  “youth” and “earthquake” and is defined as a significant cultural, political, or social change sparked by young people.  Other groups have already named their selection for word of the year.  Dictionary.com chose “Complicit.”   Meriam-Webster chose “Feminism.”   Read more here:



Listen this morning on KXLs Morning News when Steve and I talk about “Milkshake Duck.”  (6:49 and 8:49am)



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