HUGE thanks to everyone that swung by Verizon Wireless at the Bellevue Square Mall yesterdayâ€¦it was great hanging with everyoneâ€¦hell, even BJ swung by!!! Russell Okung from the Hawks was there too, and without question, Russell is my new favorite Hawkâ€¦he couldnâ€™t have been a nicer guy. Seriously, the dude is super cool. Heâ€™s a big fella tooâ€¦makes sense since heâ€™s on the Offensive Lineâ€¦Here I am with Russell:
When Russell found out we were on the radio, he asked if he could come in and watch one morning...uhhhâ€¦hell yeah Russell, we would love to have you on the show! Letâ€™s hope #76 joins us on the show.
Ladies & Gentlemenâ€¦here is the text of the dayâ€¦it came in at 6:38:
Hey im a truck driver at the piers n seattle and i have a whore n my truck shes giving me **** now
I read this on airâ€¦and all I could think is that if the guy texted this, that means he was listening, which means that the whore was listening too (not talking, based on the text â€“ waka waka)â€¦so I had to say hi to her through the radio, â€śHi Whore.â€ť
Scientists, sound therapists, and an electronica band called Marconi Union have teamed up to create what they say is the most relaxing song ever written. It's called "Weightless," it's eight minutes long, and they say it's so good at making people fall asleep, that you should NOT listen to it in your car. Their studies found that it relaxed people even more than a MASSAGE. Here's the songâ€¦donâ€™t fall asleep!
Iâ€™m sorryâ€¦do we really call this music? Itâ€™s more like sounds. You know when a band writes a cool song, the guy that came up with the riff will show it off to his band mates in excitement â€¦what happened when Marconi Union came up with this gemâ€¦do you think he was like, he guys, check this out: booooooooooooooooooopâ€¦..uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhmpâ€¦.deeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich turned down the chance to score a major motion picture. He tells Newsweek that Quentin Tarantino wrote the fight scenes in Kill Bill to Metallicaâ€™s songs â€śEnter Sandmanâ€ť and â€śSad But True,â€ť and wanted Ulrich to score some original music for the movie. Lars turned it down saying he felt the script was, quote, â€śout of my realm of understanding.â€ť So does he regret his chance to be part of film history? He says, quote, â€śitâ€™s the single biggest mistake Iâ€™ve made in the creative department.â€ť Metallica and Lou Reedâ€™s new album, Lulu, is out on November 1st.
Lars Ulrich says turning down the chance to score the music to Kill Bill was the single biggest mistake heâ€™s made in the creative departmentâ€¦what about you? Looking back on your lifeâ€¦What is the single biggest mistake you have made? Here are some of the texts we got:
Biggest mistake.. smoking away a college scholarship
Turning down a chance to go to nashville and record some music bcus of my controling boyfreind...love u guys!
Dropping out of high school
Accepting peanut butter treats from my master signed lucy
turning down a job at a radio station in the bahamas. to go to college instead
Knocking up my best friends sister we were 19 at the time and she was 17
When i was 18 i turned down a job offer to work in alaska for three months with a buddy. I would have made 20k for three months work. I stayed for a girlfriend that dumped me one month later.
Not taking a month trip, fully paid for to Europe with my family because I didn't want to be around their cig smoke.
I knew this hot chick that wanted a 3some with me and and her best friend but she lied all the time so i said no then she sent me a pic hrs later of them in bed
Me getting out of navy. 4 more years could have retired at the age of 40. Thanks joe in port orchard
In September of 98 I had a chance to buy a small part of a company called google turned it down cause I thought it was a stupid idea.... FML!!
I passed up the chance for a 3some with a guy and his girlfriend, but it turned out that his girlfriend was a german shorthair!!!
I passed on a full scholarship to go to UCONN to play football because I wanted to take a year off from school. Ended up joining the army a 6 yrs later on
There's a lot of cool John Lennon memorabilia that you may wish you had the money to buy, but would you buy his tooth? The tooth is being auctioned off in England on November 5th. It's expected to command at least $16,000. John gave it to his housekeeper in the late '60s. He told her she could give it to her daughter "as a souvenir." Check out a pic of the tooth.
Seriously? I'd rather one of Ringo's pubes than that...ok, wait, let me re-think that. That is just crazy!
Based on thisâ€¦what is the strangest â€śsouvenir" that you own? What odd piece of memorabilia do you have?
A water bottle that peter steele drank from at a concert at the rock candy
Unfortunately I still have a that guy Ty signed buzz T-shirt. How can you get rid of that!
A piece of confetti from the 05 hawks championship game
strange keep sake is my sons braces 2 yrs 6 sergery's n 6000 later...a reminder of what he over came.. .....raro.....
I still have the titanium rod from breaking my leg 8 years ago
I have the original small hotel food menu, that Dave Mustaine wrote on, on the back of the menu, that he original fleshed out the song "Hanger 18" on. Horrible Handwriting lol
Most girls save the rose a guy gives them on the first date. My guy gave me a jar of peanut butter on our first date. I saved the the empty jar- lucy in Puyallup
I have the tip of my finger in a jar when I had it cut off in August, maybe I can sell it when I become famous!...sprinkler guy
A bloodstained floor board from kurt cobains house is one of the weirdest memorabilia I have.
still have my metro pass and receipts from my 9/11 day in NYC. Including airline boarding passes showing I was there. -â€‹ Patt the graphic geek
I have a pair of Shannon Hoon's favorite socks that he used to wear. Ricky -â€‹ Puyallup
I still have a pic of me doing it with a fellow female while in bootcamp
I have a used drum stick from the late great kieth moon. I also have some prop guts from gwar
Today's video blog features some graphic novels that BJ got in the mail from Chuck at Comic Evolution.