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The G-Spot w/ DJ Vince G
September 26, 2010

Looking for that one thing to satisfy your weekend morning cravings? We’ve got what you want! Here’s something to stimulate your senses, fulfill your desires and delight your innermost needs. You’ve found “The G-Spot” with DJ Vince G, the weekend morning radio show that’ll get you moaning, laughing, thinking, bumping and grinding.  “The G-Spot” with DJ Vince G, helping you pleasure yourself, only on Mellow 94.7 – Sounds Good.

DJ Vince G – Touching myself… and you guys with the music, on The G-Spot

I’m still in Singapore covering the F1 races!!! Thanks to DJ Kage for taking my shift on The G-Spot! I’m sure you all had way too much fun with him!

On this day Sept 26

1957 The musical “West Side Story” opened on Broadway.
1969 The album “Abbey Road” by the Beatles was released.
1990 The Motion Picture Association of America announced it had created a new rating, NC-17, designed to bar moviegoers under age 17 from certain films without the commercial stigma of the old X rating.

Celebrity Birthdays

Linda Hamilton, 53, actress (Terminator, Terminator 2), born Salisbury, MD, Sept 26, 1957.
Olivia Newton-John, 62, singer, actress (Grease), born Cambridge, England, Sept 26, 1948.
Serena Williams, 29, tennis player, born Saginaw, MI, Sept 26, 1981.

Christina Milian 28, R&B Singer

#1 Song Today,

THE 1980s

1989 Girl I’m Gonna Miss You Milli Vanilli
1988 Don’t Worry, Be Happy Bobby McFerrin
1987 Didn’t We Almost Have It All Whitney Houston
1986 Stuck with You Huey Lewis & the News
1985 Money for Nothing Dire Straits
1984 Let’s Go Crazy Prince & the Revolution
1983 Total Eclipse of the Heart Bonnie Tyler
1982 Jack and Diane John Cougar
1981 Endless Love Diana Ross & Lionel Richie
1980 Upside Down Diana Ross

Mr. Know it All (useless info of the day)

It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open

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.

Reason to party today – coz it’s happy hour somewhere in the world.

“Knight Rider” TV Premiere

Sept 26, 1982. David Hasselhoff starred in this one-hour adventure series about a cop who was nearly killed, then brought back to life with a new identity (Michael Knight) by a mysterious millionaire. Together with a car that talked, a Pontiac Trans Am called KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand), Knight had various adventures. William Daniels performed the voice of KITT!

Moment of Zen

When you see a man of worth, think of how you may emulate him. When you see one who is unworthy, examine yourself. – Confucius

Thanks for listening to “The G-Spot”

Hope it was good for you too…

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