I finally discovered the owner of the Hummer H2 that parks in the "Compact Car Only" section of the office garage. I was gleefully delighted that he lived up to all my expectations by wearing a ball cap to work, rocking biker boots with the obnoxious clasps all over them, and leaving a pungent scent of "cologne" 30 feet in his wake.
We work for different companies on different floors of the same building, so I'll likely never speak to this man, but I allowed my eyes to inform him he was being judged.
Please get this and put it on his vehicle while he is at work. ;D
Well that was weird. About five minutes ago, I was logged in and refreshed but all of a sudden the like/dislike disappeared and I could see the karma points of people who usually have their karma hidden.
Apr 12-14th - Coachella
May 3-5th - Beale St. Music Festival
Jun 13-16th - Bonnaroo
Jul 12-14th - Forecastle Festival
August 2-4th - Lollapalooza
Aug 30 - Sep 1 - North Coast Festival
Sept 4-8th - MusicFestNW
Oct 4-6th - Music In The Middle Festival
Oct 25-27th - Mountain Oasis
Nov 8-10 - FunFunFun Fest
I just spent an hour and a half with a nine-year-old boy helping him flesh out a superhero universe based inside a traveling circus, where they perform by day and use their circus freak powers to fight criminals by night.
Post by Dave Maynar on Oct 5, 2012 12:06:19 GMT -5
So the local top 40 station is currently running a contest where they have a set of 3 songs. When they play these three songs in a row, call in and the 102nd caller wins $10,000. There's just one prize, and they have stressed how it can happen at anytime. I've been listening (shut your judgemental face) because, sadly, the top 40 station is pretty much the best one in Knoxville. I get in the car today at lunch just in time to hear the last 15 seconds of song 1. They then play song #2. At this point, I have my phone out ready to dial because I have decided at this point that it is destiny that I win this $10k. Song #2 ends and... it's time for the time warp lunch. Queue the Van Halen (not song #3). Daaaaaaaaaamn it.
So the local top 40 station is currently running a contest where they have a set of 3 songs. When they play these three songs in a row, call in and the 102nd caller wins $10,000.
102nd caller? Dear. God.
Having worked in radio a few times, let me tell you how much this sucks, *IF* they actually count each call. Ten bucks & a cider of your choice says they leave the phone off the hook while they go out back for a smoke break, then randomly pick a caller. Not that I know this from personal experience or anything...