A woman in Texas just had to have reduction surgery to relieve pressure on her neck and chest because of the size of her breasts. How big were they, you ask? Well…
She went to a DD cup…
…from a 36NNN!
Everything IS bigger in Texas!
Read more about her story HERE
-Tyler & Megan
God Bless America was performed for the first time by Kate Smith on an Armistice Day radio program!
Irving Berlin had actually written the song some 20 years earlier for the Zeigfeld Follies.
In 18 months, it sold some 400,000 copies of the sheet music!
Vincent Van Gogh’s Irises was sold for a then record $53.9 million in New York!
That’s too much money for some flowers!
George Strait began a four-week stay at number one with Check Yes or No!
Perhaps one of the greatest country songs of all-time!
and then lastly…
World War One ended with the signing of an armistice between the Allies and Germany.
It became effective at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month.
Today, it’s known as Veterans Day.
Thanks to those who served!!!
A 10 year old girl from Arizona is doing what most 10 years old couldn’t do…
She’s graduating high school!
Read more about this incredible story HERE!
The United States Marine Corps were organized under authority of the Continental Congress!
The Marines went out of existence after the end of the Revolutionary War in April of 1783. The Marine Corps was formally re-established on July 11, 1798.
The SS Edmund Fitzgerald, an ore-hauling ship, and its crew of 29 vanished during a storm in Lake Superior.
This tragic wreck has been forever immortalized by Gordon Lightfoot, in his song The Wreck Of The Edmund Fitzgerald
Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, starring Jim Carrey opened up in theaters nationwide!
It brought in $108,360,000 in the U.S…
$108 mill?? ALLLRIGHTY then…
Little Nicky, starring Adam Sandler, Harvey Keitel and Patricia Arquette opened up!
What a great movie!
Here’s my favorite scene (LANGUAGE):
Popeye’s chicken is flipping awesome!
and then lastly…
HOW HAS THIS BEEN A DECADE??
Gretchen Wilson earned a gold single with Redneck Woman!
That “baby on her hip” has be atleast 11 by now…
The small central Massachusetts town of Westminster, Massachusetts, population 7,700, is looking to make American history. On Wednesday, the Board of Health will hear public comment on a proposed regulation that could make Westminster the first municipality in the United States to ban sales of all tobacco products within town lines.
Read more about it HERE. What do you think?! Let us know!
“Great joy in camp we are in view of the ocean, this great Pacific Ocean which we been so long anxious to see. And the roreing or noise made by the waves brakeing on the rockey shores (as I suppose) may be heard distinctly.”
These words were written by William Clark after the Lewis & Clark Expedition sighted the Pacific Ocean for the first time!
Magic Johnson announced that he had tested positive for HIV the virus that causes AIDS, and that he was retiring from basketball.
Sad day in basketball history
Actor Paul Reubens, a.k.a. Pee Wee Herman, pled no contest to charges of indecent exposure. Reubens had been arrested in Sarasota, FL, for exposing himself in a theater.
He’s still called Pee Wee, but not Herman!
and then lastly…
A couple of things went down
Garth Brooks filed for a divorce from his wife Sandy.
The U.S. went to the polls to choose between George W. Bush and Al Gore.
The outcome wouldn’t be known for more than a month because of disputed votes in Florida
…because of the infamous, HANGING CHAD!!
At perhaps the most aggressive birthday party you’ve ever seen, a good-ole-fashioned family brawl broke out…over hot wings! You’ve gotta check this story out. Read all about it HERE!
Santa Monica, California is the hot tub capital of the US!
One in every 20 homes in Santa Monica clams to have a Jacuzzi.
The apartment rentals app Zumper came up with a list of top hot tub cities based on the percentage of hot tubs in the city.
Santa Monica topped the list with 4.5% of homes having a hot tub.
The rest of the top 10:
2. Chicago, Illinois (3.9%)
3. Wichita, Kansas (3.7%)
3. West Palm Beach, Florida (3.7%)
5. Kissimmee, Florida (3.6%)
5. Charlottesville, Virginia (3.6%)
7. Plantation, Florida (2.9%)
8. Aventura, Florida (2.7%)
9. San Diego, California (2.5%)
10. Oceanside, California (2.4%)
Let’s go to Santa Monica!
Or heck, just meet me in Wichita!
A Russian lawmaker has suggested making the sperm of Vladimir Putin available to woman all over Russia — so they can have his babies!
It’s proposed that each female citizen in Russia will be able to receive, by mail, the genetic codes of the President. The hope is that they get pregnant from it, and have his babies.
The mother would also receive extra benefits from the Russian government.
“Children born from the Russian president in the future will form the military and political elite of the state”
Now tell me, who doesn’t think Putin wants to rule the world?!
Read more on this here!
The first college football game was played in New Brunswick, New Jersey!
Rutgers beat Princeton 6-4!
President Dwight D. Eisenhower and his VP, Richard M. Nixon, were reelected!
Just like in 1952, they defeated Democrat challenger Adlai E. Stevenson and his running mate, Estes Kefauver – by some 9.5 million votes!
The campaign theme had been expanded from 1952′s I Like Ike to I Like Ike, Peace & Prosperity
Evander Holyfield won the heavyweight championship title back from Riddick Bowe!
Back when boxing was legit!
Sugarland had the number one album in the land with Incredible Machine!
This was their fourth studio album.
and then lastly…
President Barack Obama took on Republican candidate Mitt Romney in the U.S. presidential election.
Obama was re-elected.