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Posts from January 2014
by Bob posted Jan 30 2014 5:35AM
 

What if you mixed a Doberman with a Chihuahua? 

According to this 2014 Superbowl commercial by Audi, you just might end up with a compromise you never intended. A Doberhuahua!

Of course, the point of the ad is that Audi would never compromise with their cars.

 

by Bob posted Jan 30 2014 5:30AM

Here is an emotionally manipulative Super Bowl ad featuring a puppy kissing a horse, which Belgian-Brazilian conglomerate Anheuser-Busch InBev has released in the hopes that sites like this one will cynically link to it, thus associating their Budweiser brand not only with cute puppies, but with a certain edgy, in your face sensibility. AND IT WORKS. LOOK AT THE PUPPIES.

 
by Bob posted Jan 29 2014 12:03PM
Listen to The Morning Show to win tix...or drop off jars of peanut butter for the Full Shelf Food Pantry by 5pm Thurs. Jan 30th for entries to win tix.

What's your favorite Beatles song? When asked this question, people don't just tell you the name of the song. They tell you a story associated with that song - about a first love, a first kiss or a touching story about a parent or the loss of a loved one. Simply put, The Beatles music is the soundtrack to our lives. Yesterday and Today gets to the heart of that.

Yesterday and Today is not your typical Beatles show. Yesterday and Today cast don't try to execute the accents or dress like The Beatles. The focus is to remind the audience of the experiences of when you heard their songs.

This show takes the incredible music of The Beatles and personalizes it with the stories and perspectives of audience members. The focus is to remind the audience of the experiences of when you heard their songs. As the audience steps into the theatre, they are encouraged to go to the Song Request table. To make requests, the audience fills out a card with their names, a song, and the reason they have chosen that particular song.

Shows are Friday and Saturday nights February 7th and 8th at 8pm and Sunday February 9th at 2pm. You can order on the Marcus Center website.

 
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by Bob posted Jan 28 2014 10:08AM
You think you'll see this in operation at the Green Lake Fisheree February 8th?
by Bob posted Jan 28 2014 5:03AM

Pepsi has been blitzing the airwaves with spots hyping the Super Bowl halftime show with Bruno Mars.

But the soft-drink maker may have given us the best commercial of Super Bowl week a week before the game with this "Football Halftime" spot that aired during the Grammys.

The clip was the most flavorful offering Pepsi's ever produced, and that includes Pepsi.

Hard to believe Mike Ditka has gone from the 1963 NFL Championship Game, to two Super Bowls as a player, to one as a head coach, to ESPN analyst, to a faux "Wrecking Ball," all in one lifetime. Sure, it wasn't actually Ditka on that wrecking ball in the Pepsi spot, but we can just imagine the look on his face when he was pitched this project.

Terry Bradshaw may have played for the Steelers, but he makes one mean Rhinestone Cowboy.

The spot also featured Deion Sanders and Shannon Sharpe.

 

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by Bob posted Jan 27 2014 4:16AM
 

Because of the massive drought in California, BEARS have started descending into POPULATED in areas looking for food.  And one elderly couple visiting from Scotland are lucky they didn't get MAULED last Tuesday.

 

 

They were leaving a friend's house and locking the front door . . . when they somehow didn't notice a young BROWN BEAR standing just feet away from them on the porch.

 

 

Then they finally DID notice it when it followed them to their car, and the husband frantically tried to get back IN the house to call 911.  Luckily, he only suffered a small scratch on his leg, and the home's security camera got video of the encounter.

 

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Location : California
by Bob posted Jan 24 2014 10:27AM
by Bob posted Jan 24 2014 4:28AM

On Tuesday, a security camera in Brazil caught a nasty car crash on video, which ended with one of the cars hitting a 56-year-old woman and her five-year-old grandson while they were walking down the street.

 

 


And in the footage, you can clearly see the car's right front tire run over the kid's HEAD . . . but he immediately gets up, and only had a few scrapes and bruises.  The car also ran over the grandmother's LEGS, but she didn't break anything either.

Some people might speculate this is what happened to Bill Mitchell when he was younger...only it's obvious he didn't turn out OK...

 

 

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by Bob posted Jan 23 2014 5:39AM

PENFIELD, N.Y. (AP) -- An 8-year-old boy who died while trying to rescue his disabled grandfather from the man’s burning mobile home had saved the lives of six relatives after being awoken by a burning blanket, authorities said.

Tyler Doohan was being called a hero by firefighters Wednesday, two days after the early morning fire tore through the home in a trailer park in Penfield, killing the boy, his grandfather and his uncle. Six other relatives—four adults and children ages 4 and 6 -- were rescued because of Tyler’s actions, officials said.

“He saved six people. They all would have died if he hadn’t woken up,” said Chris Ebmeyer, chief of the volunteer fire company in Penfield, a suburban town of 36,000 just east of Rochester.

The fire chief said nine people were staying at the 14-foot-by-60-foot trailer when the fire started around 4:45 a.m. Monday. Tyler, spending the night at his grandfather’s place because school was off for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, was awoken when the blanket covering his sleeping 4-year-old cousin caught fire, Ebmeyer said.

Tyler woke up six of his relatives, and they all made it outside. The boy then ran back to the room where his 57-year-old grandfather, Lewis Beach, was sleeping. Beach used a wheelchair and crutches after having a leg amputated because of health problems, the fire chief said.

Firefighters found Tyler’s body a few feet from Beach’s, Ebmeyer said. The body of the boy’s 54-year-old uncle, Steven Smith, was found in another part of the trailer, which didn’t appear to have a working smoke detector, he said.

A Monroe County sheriff’s deputy and a firefighter arrived at the scene within a minute of the dispatch call, but the trailer was already engulfed in flames and smoke, Ebmeyer said. The first fire crew to arrive attempted to enter the trailer but was driven back, he said.

The cause of the blaze appears to have been electrical in origin, but the inquiry was continuing as investigators interviewed the injured relatives, Ebmeyer said.

Ebmeyer said he was still waiting to hear from Tyler’s mother, Crystal Vrooman of neighboring East Rochester, regarding plans for her son’s funeral.

An online fundraising campaign set up on YouCaring.com had raised more than $5,000 for Tyler’s funeral as of Wednesday afternoon.

All six survivors of the fire suffered minor injuries, including Tyler’s 65-year-old grandmother, officials said. The other injured included the two children, two women and a man.



 

by Bob posted Jan 23 2014 3:56AM
How many times you think they had to practice this one? You can hear a voice in the background encouraging them on.... 
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