UFO over St. Peters, Behind the Scenes Video at 97.1, & Top Signs You Need a New Car
6/4/2013 3:00:00 PM
Opened up my e-mail today to find this message from Dr. Lynch:
UFOs over St. Peters, just a few days ago. Taken by cell phone. The UFO hoovered for a little while and then left. One Photo is the full picture and the second is a close up.
More on this story for the show.
See the pics on today’s blog and hear Doc Lynch today at 5pm! What do YOU think this UFO is?
Thanks again to everyone who came to our Evening with 97.1 last Saturday. For those of you who couldn’t make it (or if you’d like to relive it) check out these exclusive videos from that evening, along with a new “Behind the Scenes” video!
There's a new photo circulating that shows that you might end up eating something gross at Taco Bell. I mean . . . UNUSUALLY gross, not the standard level of Taco Bell gross.
On Sunday night, someone posted a photo on Taco Bell's Facebook page showing a Taco Bell employee LICKING a giant stack of taco shells.
The person who posted it says the photo comes from a restaurant in Ridgecrest, California.
The comments in response have mostly been classic Internet OUTRAGE.
You know the type, things like, "I will NEVER eat at Taco Bell again" and "That employee should be executed."
The usual, rational stuff. Yesterday, Taco Bell responded to the photo on Facebook. Quote, "We have strict food handling procedures and zero tolerance for any violations. "We believe this is a prank and the food was not served to customers. We are conducting an investigation and will be taking swift action against those involved."
See the pic on today's blog. Will you still eat at Taco Bell? Let us know in the comments below.
U.S. car sales are up, which means that Americans are once again out buying automobiles.
Does that include you?
It should if you recognize anything from these Top Signs You Need a New Car.
You're tired of listening to the Warrant tape that's been stuck in your player since '89.
While they look like new floor mats, that's actually 10 years of dropped French fries.
The "check engine" light that's been on in your car for three years has finally burned out.
Every time you step on the gas, it wheezes like a fat man's Vespa.
It's getting harder to find replacement parts for a '72 Gremlin.
When you park it at the curb on garbage day, they try to take it.
Your Carfax is 73 pages long.
One time you parked it and put "The Club" on the steering wheel . . . and you came back to see that someone stole The Club.
Check out this video of the two-year-old and his dad singing "Don't Let Me Down" by The Beatles. He pretty much only knows one line . . . but he NAILS it. And while his dad plays guitar, he's sitting next to him trying to play a ukulele.