Friday, January 30, 2009

Jan 30


Too much show this AM! TONY'S, Tunes Free Plug Friday, and the BLAKE SHELTON interview.

BTW if you want to get your business on the radio next Friday, please e-mail for next Friday. FREE PLUG FRIDAY a great way to get a free plug about a business and or your own business.

W I N G N U T @@@@@ C A T C O U N T R Y 9 5 1 D O T C O M


GHOST WHISPERER (8p ET, CBS) -- The CBS lineup is repeats tonight, starting with this one.

WIFE SWAP (8p ET, ABC) -- A new episode. Two hours of "20/20" follows.

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS (9p ET, NBC) -- A new episode. Two new editions of "Howie Do It" air before.

MONK (9p ET, USA) -- Bob Costas guest stars in this new episode. A new "Psych" follows.

NEWS ABUSED by Wingnut:

Chemicals used in food packaging, pesticides, clothing, upholstery, carpets and personal care products may reduce fertility in women. [In fact, scientists say that these chemicals could reduce fertility even more than does being one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends.]

Scientists are investigating erratic behavior by the Mars rover. [Which could mean the end of NASA feeding peanut butter crackers to its equipment.]

Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets in France to protest over the handling of the economic crisis. [Apparently two of every three Frenchmen think the economic crisis should be served with Bordeaux.]

Researchers say that people who suffer a concussion in their youth show subtle signs of mental and physical problems even more than 30 years later. [For instance, I was dropped on my head as a child, and I still think Paula Abdul's the greatest.]

President Barack Obama signed an equal pay act into law Thursday. [That means, when you're fired here pretty soon, you'll been getting the same unemployment benefits as your male and female counterparts.]

A new study shows that climate change is "largely irreversible" for the next 1,000 years. [You know what that means: you can keep driving your Hummer like it's 1999.]
A new study shows that boys with uncommon names regardless of race are more likely to commit crimes. [This could lead to a massive arrest of celebrity parents for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.]

The stunt double for Daniel Radcliffe seriously injured his back on the set of the new Harry Potter movie. [The injury occurred when he tried to lift J.K. Rowling’s checkbook.]

Ford Motor Co. is reporting that for the last quarter it lost $5.9 billion. [I wonder if they checked under the seat cushions.]

Katie Couric’s ratings are up. [Why? Three words: Wet T-Shirt Tuesdays.]

A new report says tennis great Serena Williams has now become the all-time career prize money-earning female sport star. [She’s earned more than golfing superstar Annika Sorenstam, more than anyone in the WNBA, and more than the Detroit Lions.]



• Renee Zellweger, Harry Connick Jr.
• A high-powered consultant in love with her upscale Miami lifestyle is sent to a middle of nowhere town in Minnesota to oversee the restructuring of a blue collar manufacturing plant. After enduring a frosty reception from the locals, icy roads and freezing weather, she warms up to the small town's charm, and eventually finds herself being accepted by the community. When she's ordered to close down the plant and put the entire community out of work, she's forced to reconsider her goals and priorities, and finds a way to save the town.

• Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen, Maggie Grace.
• A former spy relies on his old skills to save his estranged daughter, who has been forced into the slave trade.

• Elizabeth Banks, Arielle Kebbel, David Strathairn, Emily Browning
• Anna Rydell returns home to her sister (and best friend) Alex after a stint in a mental hospital, though her recovery is jeopardized thanks to her cruel stepmother, aloof father, and the presence of a ghost in their home.


• College
• Fireproof
• Lakeview Terrace
• Pride & Glory
• The Rocker
• RockNRolla
• Open Season 2 (straight to DVD)
• Vicky Cristina Barcelona

• Cheers - The Final Season
• The Love Boat - Season 2, Vol. 1

1. Max Payne
2. Saw V
3. Pineapple Express
4. My Best Friend's Girl
5. Righteous Kill
6. Mirrors
7. Bangkok Dangerous
8. The Express
9. Babylon A.D.
10. The Family That Preys

Lets talk about Valentines Day, check this out.....

HARD TO SWALLOW VALENTINE'S DAY GIFTS had a story today about Valentine Gifts, giving lists for different price levels of gifts. While there were some great ideas, like flowers, jewelry and candy, some of the gifts seemed a bit risky to me.

In the under $25 category: A Six Month Subscription to Good HouseKeeping Magazine. A woman can buy this for herself but what does it say when her husband buys it for her?

In the $25 to $50 category: A Trish McEvoy 'Beauty Booster' lip gloss trio. For that romantic occasion let your spouse know they could do with a Beauty Boost.

In the $50 to $75 category: A TimeSmart self setting clock radio. Here Honey, I got you a clock!

In The $75 to $100 category: The Not Your Daughter's Jeans Tummy Tuck Skinny Stretch Jeans. Does anything else really need to be said?


Why can't you get tickets?

There are 72,500 seats available at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. 75 percent are given to the 32 NFL teams. The Cardinals and Steelers get nearly 18 percent of those, and the host team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, gets 5 percent. The remaining tickets are controlled by the NFL and distributed to NFL affiliated companies -- NBC (the network broadcasting the game), corporate sponsors, media, VIPs charities, the host committee -- and then what's left go to the fans. Of those tickets, 1 percent are put into an annual random drawing -- the NFL's only method of distributing tickets to the general public

Joke of the DAY from John in Pueblo, thanks John....

A blonde, a brunette, a redhead, a vicar, a priest, a rabbi, two giraffes and a duck, a farmer, a lawyer, an accountant, a Mexican, an Indian, a Chinaman, an Irishman, an Englishman, an American, and a Scotsman walked into a bar. The bartender said, "Hang on a minute, is this some sort of joke?"

This was insane I found this info on the net, PEOPLE check this out, is this real???

Are there any guys listening that actually keep track of their women's cycle? Guys are you scared of "that time of the month?" Now, there's a new service that you might be interested in. Yes, there's actually a monthly PMS reminder service to warn men. And it seems pretty popular, 100,000 have signed up worldwide!, the brainchild of a 28-year-old bloke guy who wanted a reminder. It's slogan: "saving relationships one month at a time."

OK I am scared, but amused at the same time. Check this out, and first off to just exemplify how much of a run on sentence this is; do men think about this crap?

Men's Health asked: Which famous body part would you most like to have?
• 41% said Michelangelo's David's abs
• 28% said Albert Einstein's brain
• 17% said Dirk Diggler's unit
• 7% said Hulk Hogan's arms
• 6% said Lance Armstrong's legs

But 'us' guys are prefect right, we don't need no stinking Lance Armstrong......LOL



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