Apr 25

Japanese soccer ballA soccer ball drifted from Japan after the tsunami all the way to Alaska, where it was recently found.  It was ruled out of bounds.
(The Real Story) 


 

Hugh Hefner86-year-old Hugh Hefner thanked Chicago, where he began Playboy in the early 50s, in a newspaper editorial.  They closed their Chicago offices to consolidate in LA.  Being 86, Hef was the only one left reading the newspaper.
(The Real Story)  


 

hazmat suitA VA teacher was charged with 12 felony counts for allegedly pulling a gun that shoots blanks on his vocational welding students and firing several times.  His defense was it gave the hazardous waste disposal class a chance to mop underneath the students after the incident.
(The Real Story)  


 

prom queenA TX prom queen whose fellow students donated over $17,000 to her charity was arrested and accused of faking cancer.  Other girls at the school were viciously jealous of her for being thin enough to successfully fake cancer.
(The Real Story)  


 

Roger RabbitStarbucks is announcing a partnership to open a store inside each of the 6 Disney properties in FL and CA.  Disney is aiming to remake itself as the “jitteriest place on Earth.”
(The Real Story)  


 

Check out Mike’s alter ego, white, middle-aged suburban rapper Notorious D-A-D in his full length CD “Bumpin’ in the Burbs”!  http://www.notoriousdadmusic.com

 

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Mar 27

Dick CheneyDick Cheney is recovering after undergoing heart transplant surgery.  The donated heart didn’t even have to be thawed when it came out of the cooler as it matched the temperature of Cheney’s old one.
(The Real Story) 


 

rainbowAtheists gathered on the National Mall for a rally.  They equated coming out as a non-believer with coming out as being gay.  But since the rainbow has already been used as a symbol by both God and gays, they’re out of luck.
(The Real Story)  


 

SnookiGallagher is done performing live, saying his job was like “baby-sitting people who can’t handle alcohol.”  As opposed to the producer of “Jersey Shore,” whose job IS to baby-sit people who can’t handle alcohol.
(The Real Story)  


 

Spice GirlsA Denver woman faked mental illness to avoid jury duty.  She dressed oddly, claimed to have PTSD, and said crazy things like, “the Spice Girls are still every bit as attractive as they were in the 90’s.”
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Chris BrownA marriage guide advising Muslim men how to beat their wives is a big seller.  It says the wife can’t leave the house without permission, and the man can hit her with a stick or pull her by the ears.  The book can be found by its alternate title, “The Chris Brown Story.”
(The Real Story)  


 

Check out Mike’s alter ego, white, middle-aged suburban rapper Notorious D-A-D in his full length CD “Bumpin’ in the Burbs”!  http://www.notoriousdadmusic.com

 

(The Blog Monologue delayed 24 hours for radio clients)
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