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Listing down a recap of the stuff I talked about On Air in case you wanted to check it out.
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On this day Aug 22
Tori Amos, 47, musician, singer, songwriter, born Newton, NC, Aug 22, 1963.
Duane Charles (Bill) Parcells, 69, football coach, born Englewood, NJ, Aug 22, 1941.
Beenie Man 36 Rapper
#1 Song Today,
|1989||Right Here Waiting||Richard Marx|
|1987||Who’s That Girl||Madonna|
|1986||Papa, Don’t Preach||Madonna|
|1985||The Power of Love||Huey Lewis & the News|
|1984||Ghostbusters||Ray Parker, Jr.|
|1983||Every Breath You Take||The Police|
|1982||Eye of the Tiger||Survivor|
|1981||Endless Love||Diana Ross & Lionel Richie|
Mr. Know it All (useless info of the day)
Sufficiently Big Melons Can Keep You Out of Prison
You would think that the only way breasts could keep anyone from doing jail-time is if that person went back to the judge’s chambers and let him touch them for a couple of minutes. But luckily there are less sad examples of the twins providing legal representation in court, as was the case with Serena Kozakura.
In 2007 Serena Kozakura, 38, was convicted of property destruction after she allegedly kicked in the wooden doors to an unnamed man’s apartment and trashed it to hell. However, during a reenactment of the crime, Kozakura proved that the hole someone made in the door was way too small for her and her impressive 44-inch chest to crawl through.
Based on just that, the woman was acquitted. It’s probably safe to say she will never curse her massive knockers ever again after it turned out they are her own personal pair of top notch defense lawyers. Oh breasts, is there anything you cannot do?
Fact or Fiction
The actor who portrayed the “Marlboro Man” in TV and print ads for cigarettes died of lung cancer.
The tobacco industry was one of the first to advertise on television. Phillip Morris’ campaign for their Marlboro brand of cigarettes – depicting a rugged cowboy known as the “Marlboro Man” – was one of the most successful and long running. Conceived in 1954, the campaign ran until cigarette advertising was banned from TV in January 1971 – and continued in print for many more years. During that time, several different men portrayed the Marlboro Man, two of whom died of lung cancer. David McLean, who appeared in TV and print ads starting in the early ’60s, died in October 1995 at age 73. Wayne McLaren, who posed for print ads in the ’70s, died in July 1992 at age 51. (picture below)
Reason to party today – coz it’s happy hour somewhere in the world.
Southern Hemisphere Hoodie-Hoo Day
Aug 22. Long awaited by our “southern-half” friends, this is the day to go outdoors at high noon and yell “Hoodie-Hoo” to chase winter and make ready for spring, only one month away.
It is s a day to chase away winter and bring in spring. After all, everyone in the northern hemisphere is sick and tired of winter at this point and a little crazy being cooped up inside all winter and not seeing the sun.
Did you know? Hoodie Hoo Day is a copyrighted holiday. It was created and is provided, courtesy of the great folks at Wellcat.com
Moment of Zen
A relationship is nothing if every feeling and contribution is only coming from one end. You can’t only take, you have to give.