The Walking Dead Is Just Like Toy Story, O'Reilly On Gay Marriage, & How You Can Hit For Heroes
3/28/2013 3:00:00 PM
Did you know you can text the DGS at 90739? We got a cool text with a link to a YouTube video today….check it out:
Max, this is Mary Roth. We worked together back in ‘99 at KSD/KLOU. I found an old commercial I did with Klose and posted it on YouTube for you guys to roast! Take care!
Thanks Mary! Here is the video:
This is pretty cool: On April 5th the St. Louis Gateway Chapter of the AUSA (Wounded Warriors), along with the Mid-MO Chapter of the AUSA at Ft. Leonard Wood, and the Little Patriots Embraced of St. Louis, will host a fund raiser for Military Troops and their Families at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, MO.
Five designated teams of 9 participants each and one Celebrity Coach per team will compete for hitting prowess at the 1st Annual Hitting for Heroes on the field of magnificent Busch Stadium, home of the St. Louis Cardinals. Team and individual category winners will be recognized at a post event reception. For information on how to Hit for Heroes Friday April 5th 1-4 pm @ Busch Stadium, call Freddy Friedrichs at 314-503-8699.
Didja hear what Bill O’Reilly said about gay marriage?
Check it out, and then leave you take on this in the comments below.
Someone who's actually pretty BRILLIANT put together a list of ways that "The Walking Dead" is just like "Toy Story" . . . and provided photographic evidence to prove all his points.
If you're a fan of both, this list might just BLOW YOUR MIND. To give you a quick example, it starts by pointing out that the hero is a sheriff who's often grumpy and leads a band of misfits.
He has a boy he loves and fears will grow up too soon, and a best friend who's a "hyper-macho officer of the law." (That would be Buzz Lightyear / Shane.)
The list goes on, but I won't spoil it for you, because it really is fun clicking through the photo gallery and seeing what they come up with next. Check it out here.
We end today’s blog with a long video piece, but I recommend fast forwarding to about the 6:30 mark.
Here’s a reverend talking gay marriage on the Hannity show.