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I swear they've been pre-promoting "Anchorman 2" for the last 3 years. But the recent tie in with Dodge Durango has me screaming "Ron Burgundy! I'm in a glass case of emotion over you!" See them all here.
Probably the most mature thing I've ever seen 5th graders do. Damn...I think I have something in my eye...
Sometimes, after I preview The Road Show with Mike Bell, I realize there are things I wanted to talk about on the radio show, just ran out of time. Here's some:
-Psychic Sylvia Browne died yesterday at 77. You woulda thought she'd seen that coming.
-The surviving members of Monty Python are reuniting for a "greatest hits" stage show. Due to their age, the Minister of Silly Walks, walks that way to a hip replacement and rheumatoid arthritis.
-The full moon we see this month is called a "Beaver Moon". Astronomers haven't explained why, since they can't stop snickering.
-According to a new study, 40% of people have forgotten what they learned in sex ed classes. These people are called "parents".
There. I just needed a few more hours on the air.
You've seen Jean-Claude Van Damme and his splits. Now check out Channing Tatum's answer, in a promo for "21 Jump Street-2".
I remember the old "Rock and Roll Heaven" song. "They've got to have a hell of a band." This website projected what many of our favorite deceased rock stars would look like today if they had lived. Eerie and cool. Click below for full gallery!
(Photo by sachs media group)
You have to see this! Can this be real? Yeah, I could do it. Once.
I DARE you to watch this gif without saying "Oh....(fill in favorite expletive here)! This gets me all puckered!
Finally. Thank you Frito Lay! You read my mind.
I love the fact that Veterans Day has again become an important holiday and day of honor. Used to be it was just another day for the banks and schools to be closed. But now, we are embracing our vets, honoring those who served and taking time to say "thank you". My dad was a dentist. But he was also a Vietnam War vet. Before he died, he told me he was most proud of his military service. He would have been a lifer, he told me, but he felt it was important to give my Mom and our family some solid roots in a hometown. Here's an old photo of my Dad (he's the one on the right). Also my Uncle John at his graduation in San Diego. That's a 6 year old me with my head cocked to the side, and my little brother Skip in Uncle John's arms. To all the fathers, mothers, sons and daughters who have served...THANK YOU!