We've all heard about pranking gone wrong. I've heard of couples breaking up when one partner pranks the other only to somehow find out they've been cheating. It happens. Just not (typically) on live TV in front of a studio audience.
I know one reaction I’ve had to the (allegedly) North Korean hackers and their attack on Sony and their movie ‘The Interview’ is “Why now?” Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are not the first American filmmakers to make fun of North Korea, or even its real-life leaders. ‘Team America: World Police,’ for example, featured a marionette-version of late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, who wants to destroy Western Civilization (but is also very lonely); the 2012 ‘Red Dawn’ remake actually changed its Asian invaders from Chinese to North Koreans in post-production because at the time that seemed like the more politically and financially safe choice. That’s not going to happen again anytime soon.
Hats are all over this radio station. Ball caps, santa hats, fuzzy hats, and of course cowboy hats. When you work at a country music station inevitably cowboy hats appear in various places, and then end up on your head. They never, EVER end up on my head though. I DO NOT wear cowboy hats. There's a reason. They never look good on my melon. Here's a photo of two guys that look good wearing cowboy hats.
Every week has been a new test for Temple, with many experts picking Temple to be at home this Saturday watching the game on TV like everyone else, but Temple's players and coaches would like to finish this thing, just the same.
During the wake of Sony's plans to cancel the premiere of the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy 'The Interview' one Texas Theater has decided to replace one film poking fun at North Korea with another.
This is it: the best ten movies of 2014—in my opinion, anyway. Did your favorite movies make the cut? Read on and find out! Plus, don't miss your chance to enter for one of five pairs of free movie passes.
Who could do such a thing? I'd won a tupperware set fair and square at the radio station Christmas party earlier this month, only to walk outside at the end of the night to find the tupperware nowhere in sight.
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