Megan rode the mechanical bull for charity at the 5th Annual Cattle Baron’s Ball to benefit the American Cancer Society. What an awesome event for a wonderful cause!
Most of you are familiar with the “pay it forward” concept; you’re at the drive up window and pay for your order…and also for the person in line behind you. Many of you have probably even participated.
Well, a Starbucks store in St. Petersburg, Florida recently had a string of 457 “pay it forwards”…until it was ended by a local blogger.
Now, before we all barbeque this gentleman…you might consider his reason for ending the string of nice gestures. “I just don’t want to be forced into doing something,” said Peter Schorsch, who is also a political consultant. “This is turning into a social phenomenon and I had to put an end to it.”
It should be noted that he gave the barista a $100 tip.
The inagural season of the latest in televised singing competitions is almost complete.
ABC’s new series “Rising Star” will air the season finale this Sunday night. He, along with Kesha and Ludacris, have been mentoring those singers who had enough talent to cause the American public to “like” them…thus raising a curtain and properly introducing them to the world.
Brad will be performing a single from his new album “Moonshine In The Trunk”, which will be released on Monday. Apparently, he’s enjoyed his time on the new primetime show. “What really surprised me is my favorite part of it is the mentoring — is getting to know these kids and trying to give them the right song.”, said Paisley.
While he’s been mentoring rocker Jesse Kinch…he’s not shy about supporting his longtime favorite Audrey Geiger (who’s a Ludacris protogee).
Again, the finale is this Sunday night on ABC TV, airing at 8pm central.
The East Hills Mall in St. Joseph, MO has “The Worst TV Commercial Ever” according to Reddit users.
Not going to argue that.
Jordy Nelson of the Green Bay Packers did the ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge” and called out Kansas State Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett!
As he readies himself for a return to full-fledged touring, you’d think Garth Brooks would have a lot on his mind. And you’d be absolutely right. Rehearsals, promotions, travel arrangements…his dance card is pretty darn full.
But come November 17th, it’s a safe bet that Garth will be in the “Big Apple” to accept another amazing award to add to his already overstuffed trophy case.
ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, announced that Garth is one of five legendary artists who’ll be receiving the first ever Centennial Award…bestowed on those who have performed or created “songs that have touched the lives of people around the globe”.
Also be honored that night: Billy Joel, Stevie Wonder, Stephen Sondheim, and Joan Baez.
Well, that’s certainly one way of turning yourself in. But I’ll bet the police would’ve preferred he just show up at the station.
Captain Eric Olsen of the Spokane Police Department was sitting in his patrol vehicle when it was rear-ended by another car. Despite sustaining minor injuries, Captain Olsen got out of the car and began working the accident scene. His first task? Checking on the other driver.
Imagine his surprise when that other driver turned out to be a man with two different warrants out for his arrest?
Police officials say it was the easiest…and most painful arrest…they’ve ever made.
26 year old, Anthony Carbajal, took the ice bucket challenge, and it’s hilarious, until it’s serious. Give it a watch. We will say that there are a one or two instances of profanity, however, it’s due to the emotion of the topic. Just watch. You can read more about Anthony and donating to the ALS Foundation here.
The Holderness family is at it again! Check out their new parody video called “Baby Got Class”
When it comes to kids and their trophies, 57 percent of Americans surveyed believe only the winning players should receive them.Another 40 percent say all kids on a sport team should receive a trophy for their participation.The way a person feels about “every kid getting a trophy” strongly lines up with his or her political beliefs.66 percent of Republicans want only the kids who win to receive trophies, while 31 percent say all kids on the team should receive them.In contrast, Democrats are evenly divided with 48 percent who say all kids, and another 48 percent who say only the winners should receive a trophy.Support for participation trophies declines with income, education and age.For example, 55% of those making less than $30,000 a year want all kids to get trophies, but 72 percent of those making over $90,000 want only winners to get them.