South Butt Interview Happy Hour with Vera & Stew

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Here is a interview with South Butt Founder Jimmy Winkelmann Jr. on the Happy with Vera & Stew Show 1-26-2010

At this time Winkelmann was just getting into trouble with North Face for more about the lawsuit check out the ever reliable wikipedia entry http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_South_Butt

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Face Front, True Believers — It’s the Map of Marvel Heroes’ Birthplaces! « Nerdist

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When are we getting a Hoosier Hero?Marvel Hero Map

Face Front, True Believers — It’s the Map of Marvel Heroes’ Birthplaces! « Nerdist.

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Monica Lewinsky Fires Back At Beyonce’s ‘Partition’ Lyric from billboard

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Article talking about Beyonce vs Monica

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Exclusive: Monica Lewinsky Writes About Her Affair with President Clinton | Vanity Fair

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Exclusive: Monica Lewinsky Writes About Her Affair with President Clinton | Vanity Fair.

Monica Lewinsky from May 2014 Vanity Fair article photo by Mark Seliger

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Stew stuff from Web 7-31-2013

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Just random stuff I found to be interesting.

Birthdays to name a few.

July 31

AlexisKnapp-1989July31

Actress born July 31, 1989

AnnieParisse-1976July31

Actress born July 31, 1975

JKRowling-1965July31

Author of Harry Potter born July 31, 1965

 

 

 

 

 

 

1911 – George Liberace
musician: violinist, conductor; administrator of Liberace Museum; brother of pianist/entertainer Liberace; died Oct 16, 1983

1919 – Curt Gowdy – sports commentator: ABC, CBS, NBC, HBO; voice of NY Yankees, Boston Red Sox [1949-1966]; TV play-by-play: AFL, NFL, major league baseball, World Series, All-Star Games, Rose Bowls, Super Bowls, Olympics, NCAA Final Fours; host: The American Sportsman; radio station owner: WCGY-FM, Lawrence [Boston] MA; recipient of George Foster Peabody Award for achievement in radio and TV [1970]; Curt Gowdy Award presented by Hall of Fame Board of Trustees for meritorious contributions by the media; Curt Gowdy State Park [Wyoming] named after him [1971]; died Feb 20, 2006

1922 – Hank (Henry Albert) Bauer
baseball: NY Yankees [World Series: 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958: 4 home runs/all-star: 1952, 1953, 1954], KC Athletics; manager: NY Yankees, KC Athletics; died Feb 9, 2007

1946 – Bob Welch

guitarist, singer: group: Fleetwood Mac; solo: Sentimental Lady

1947 – Karl Green
musician: guitar, harmonica: group: Herman’s Hermits: I’m into Something Good, Mrs. Brown You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter, I’m Henry VIII, I Am, Listen People, A Must to Avoid, Leaning on the Lamp Post

1956 – Michael Biehn

actor: The Rock, Breach of Trust, Blood of the Hunter, Tombstone, A Taste for Killing, Timebomb, Aliens, The Terminator, The Fan, Coach, The Runaways

1957 – Leon Durham

baseball: St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs [all-star: 1982, 1983], Cincinnati Reds

1962 – Wesley Snipes

actor: Demolition Man, Rising Sun, Major League, Sugar Hill, White Men Can’t Jump, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar, One Night Stand, U.S. Marshals

1966 – Dean Cain

actor: Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman

British cougars favour Barcelona | Orange UK.

British cougars heading to Barcelona.

British cougars heading to Barcelona.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MARIJUANA MINISTRY

HONOLULU (AP) — Holy pot! A federal judge in Hawaii is considering whether Roger Christie can use a religious freedom defense in his pot case. Christie is the founder of the Hawaii Cannabis Ministry. He claims that marijuana is a sacrament and is charged with selling weed. A judge heard oral arguments yesterday on the religious freedom angle. Prosecutors say the judge should have a preliminary ruling tomorrow.

FREEWAY RACING

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Wanna race? To jail? The Washington State Patrol reports busting a 24-year-old driver they say tried to race another car on I-5. Police say the young driver took off at 120 miles per hour. The would-be racer got quite a surprise when the driver of the other car hit the flashing lights. Turns out a state trooper was driving an unmarked car. The Olympian reports the young driver was arrested for investigation of reckless driving and driving with a suspended license.

FRANKENSTEIN POSTER-AUCTION

DALLAS (AP) — That old movie poster turns out to be worth big bucks. Keith Johnson had a poster that was sitting in his closet for more than 30 years. It was printed to promote the 1931 film “Frankenstein.” Now, that poster has sold for a record price of nearly $293,000. Dallas-based Heritage Auctions says the winning bidder doesn’t want to be named. Johnson says he bought the poster as a teenager for just few dollars.

HOUSE FIRE-SNAKES

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Flames? Sure. Smoke? No problem. Snakes? Yikes! Firefighters got quite surprise while fighting a kitchen blaze north of Salt Lake City. Authorities report there were 28 snakes in home, six of them deadly. The snakes were inside cages in a separate room and were safely taken out of the duplex. The snakes include five rattlers and a gaboon viper, considered one of the most dangerous in the world. North Davis Fire Chief Mark Becraft says about the only danger his firefighters faced was “the creep factor.” State wildlife officials seized the venomous snakes. Authorities say the owner could face charges.

VOICE TUNNEL-ART PROJECT

NEW YORK (AP) — Hello … hello … hello. Can you hear the echo? An artist is turning a New York City tunnel into a 1,300-foot-long echo chamber and light show. City officials will close the Park Avenue Tunnel between 33rd and 40th streets to traffic. It’s happening on three consecutive Saturdays, starting this coming weekend. The New York Times reports visitors will walk to middle of the tunnel and speak into a silver intercom. Their short messages will be accompanied by an arching light until the echoes disappear. The creator is Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, who’s known for large, interactive projects.

ANNAPOLIS CHICKEN SCULPTURES

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland’s capital city is turning chicken. There are 17 chicken sculptures lining the streets of Annapolis, with more to come. There’s a six-foot-tall chicken cyborg, a firefighter and even a Mona Lisa chicken. The Capital newspaper reports it’s all part of a campaign called “Hatching the Arts.” Sponsors pick up the tab for the $1,000 plastic birds and have artists decorate them.

I didn’t compile any of this data I am simply giving my readers the info that was found on various websites, if you want to know where contact me.

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Come on Hawks Kick Some King’s Ass Tonight

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Cheering on the Chicago Blackhawks tonight!

Go Team!

Bloody Good Shot

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Couple of my Favorite Audio Bits from WJOB days

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Rich James was the subject of some ridicule at WJOB and Mayor Tom of Hammond really gave it to both James and his BFF Van Til. Enjoy these clips.

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Anorexic woman becomes underwear model… for curvy women

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Anorexic woman becomes underwear model… for curvy women.

Way to go Alice.

Alice

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Biggest cock in the world is reared on a diet of POPCORN

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Biggest cock in the world is reared on a diet of POPCORN.Little John loves Popcorn

 

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Vodka-blinded man saved by whisky | Orange UK

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A New Zealand man who went blind after drinking vodka had his sight saved – by a bottle of whisky.

Denis Duthie, 65, suddenly went blind when vodka he had been drinking reacted with his diabetes medication, reports the New Zealand Herald.

Mr Duthie, a catering tutor, had been celebrating his parents’ 50th wedding anniversary by having a few vodkas from a bottle his students had given him as a present.

But when he walked into a bedroom in his home everything suddenly went black.

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Whiskey is the answer

Vodka-blinded man saved by whisky | Orange UK.

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