This is what I got when I asked the boss for a new "remote mobile studio." Sheesh!
Always glad to have the guys from 7th heaven drop by! Our conversation went from cruises, guitar picks to soft serve ice cream! Be listeningfor their new single "Stoplight!"
What an amazing win last night on Wheel Of Fortune!
Even Pat Sajak couldn't believe it!
I gotta hand it to the folks in warm weather climates. While I certainly enjoy visiting their fair-weather'd areas, they certainly can be whiny pansies! Take a look at this video from Jimmy KImmel! They'd never make it here in Chicagoland.....
Lisle Partners for Park Foundation will recycle your old lights that don’t work. “We’ll take lights and extension cords, which will be collected at one of three sites in the village from now through Feb. 1 of next year,” said Rachel Staats, marketing and communications consultant for the Lisle Park District. “This is all part of our ‘Go Green’ and ‘Earth Flag’ initiatives, which include recycling paper, used athletic shoes and crayons.”
Drop-off areas include the Recreation Center, 1925 Ohio St.: from 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday; and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays. Used lights may also be brought to the Community Center, 1825 Short St.: from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday; and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays and Sunday.
Authorities in Washington, D.C. say Maurice Owens faked his own fall in the D.C. metro system. Owens told police back in August that he slipped on a banana peel as he was getting off an elevator and sued for $15,000. A security video, however, shows Owens looking up at the security camera in the elevator, then he drops a banana peel on the floor, and then he slips on it. Owens has been charged with second-degree fraud. Check out the video!