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Well, this weekend is full of happin's...besides the fact that RAIN is predicted all weekend, it's obviously Easter. I hope you have a great one, filled with candy, eggs, and, of course, moments where someone (maybe you) points out the whole reason for Easter. Along with that, we jump to the other end of the spectrum, and Easter night, it's the Season 3 Finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" - Kinda odd, in my opinion, that they would end the season on EASTER, of all times, but, there it is. So, fan of the show or not...freaked because the finale is on Easter or not...the fact remains, this top-rated show on cable is expected to have a slew of viewers tuned in this weekend. So, no matter what you are doing/watching/celebrating this weekend, I hope it is safe and happy for you!
Who is ready for a new Pistol Annies' CD?
The Pistol Annies' second album, Annie Up, will be released May 7, the trio announced. It follows their critically-acclaimed Hell on Heels which debuted in August 2011. Tracks on the new album include "Unhappily Married" and the project's first single, "Hush, Hush," which was shipped to country radio stations this week. The Pistol Annies feature Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe and Angaleena Presley. "We laid it on the line with Hell on Heels, and we wanted to bring it again on this album," Lambert said. Monroe, who last week released her solo album Like a Rose, added "We put all our musical chips on the table, so we thought Annie Up was a good title."
Some additional work duties have kept me off the ol' Blog Trail for a while, but, starting Friday, March 1st, I have made a mid-early New Year's resolution to "get back on the horse" a couple of times a week. There are just TOO MANY nutty folks/stories out there that MUST be shared!! It is fun to share on my afternoon show, but some things deserve repeating...and where better than online? Thank you so much for listening to Wizard106 and thank you for checking out the website, too!
Not that this is actually "news"
A survey in Cleveland, OH shows that one-in-five adult admit to "going number 1" in the pool. There is no data on whether this poll was taken by people that had or had not seen "Grown Ups" with Adam Sandler and crew. If you even saw the movie trailer, you know the scene I'm talking about. Not that I would, but, after that...I would not even CHANCE it!
But..."Medium Gulp" just won't have the same ring!
NY Mayor Bloomberg has proposed a ban on all over-sized sugary drinks. If all goes through, anything from sodas to energy drinks to sweet tea larger than 16 ounces would be banned. I feel for New Yorkers that love their drinks, but, I must say mostly, I feel for ANY officer that is put in charge of enforcing this.
"Excuse me, sir, is that a 20-ounce soda?"
"Um, I guess"
"I'll have to take that to impound, and...here's a $300 citation."