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jun 9th 2015
If / When I decide to go 'off the grid' uni-bomber -style, people may ask, "Why...WHY John, did you leave this utopian society of which we've evolved into?"
Let this video stand as 'EXHIBIT W' - for Wal*Mart White Trash Women  - which may also be the title of a country song - sold exclusively at WAL*MART. 
- John Jordan

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jun 8th 2015
91 Year Old Walter Thomas just checked something BIG off his bucket list - crashing a vehicle through a garage door. Hey, We've All Got Goals  - Congrats Walter! 

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may 27th 2015
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony for 2015 happened last month... but the telecast is airing this Saturday on HBO. Check out the preview!

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may 15th 2015
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may 14th 2015
Check out this Japanese TV special featuring David Lee Roth, the Van Halen brothers, producer Ted Templeman, and Guitar World’s Editor-in-Chief Brad Tolinksi talk about the band and the origins of "Jump."

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may 13th 2015
Thrillist has posted a list of the 15 U.S. cities where it's easiest to get laid.

15. Los Angeles, CA
14. Columbus, OH
13. Tampa, FL
12. Pittsburgh, PA
11. Oakland, CA
10. Dallas, TX
9. Minneapolis, MN
8. Houston, TX
7. Boston, MA
6. Philadelphia, PA
5. New York, NY
4. Washington, DC
3. Miami, FL
2. Atlanta, GA
1. Chicago, IL

So, when you're planning your next vacation, why not go to Chicago? Your odds go up... plus you get to continue the long tradition of Packers fans screwing Bears fans!
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may 12th 2015
Why is this man so sad?

You'd be bummed, too, if you had murdered your imaginary friend.

Here's the story:

Geoff Gaylord walked into a Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and confessed to his crime: he had repeatedly stabbed his friend "Mr. Happy" with a kitchen knife, cut up Mr. Happy with a hatchet, and buried him in his backyard. Let me remind you again that this occurred in Florida, so perhaps it should come as a surprise to no one.

Gaylord and Mr. Happy were friends for seven years but, according to Gaylord, he killed him for a few reasons:

"He left his empty vodka bottles all over the kitchen... never picked up his empty cocaine baggies...He messed up my apartment to the point where I just couldn't get it clean...Before Hap started doing drugs and acting weird he was my BFF...We'd go dancing, play on the children's park equipment, both huge fans of doom metal – listened to it for hours with the lights turned off."

When Mr. Happy crashed Gaylord's car, and Gaylord got arrested instead, Gaylord had had enough.

"That drunk driving incident I got unfairly blamed for and just how messy he had become put me over the edge and I murdered him."

Gaylord was eventually taken into custody when he threatened police for not giving him the death penalty. Police found drug paraphernalia and a machine gun in Gaylord's house, and was booked on multiple charges.

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may 12th 2015
The "deflate-gate" scandal gets a response from Brady... Carol Brady.

Brady Press Conference

You’ve seen the headlines. Now it’s time to finally hear from the Brady at the center of the controversy…

Posted by The Huffington Post on Saturday, May 9, 2015
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may 12th 2015
After watching both of my grandmothers suffer through dementia before their passing, this struck home for me.

A radio station in Brazil posted this video in honor of AC/DC's Malcom Young, who had to step away from the band last year when his dementia took away his ability to play the decades of songs he had written for the band. The clip features individuals with dementia describing their memories of listening to rock music, then showing their reactions as they listen to some AC/DC. It's a great tribute. Check it out below.


#Unforgettableriffs - 89fm (english) from Agência Africa on Vimeo.

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may 5th 2015
From Fox Communities Credit Union:


The events that took place on Sunday were tragic, and our hearts go out to all the family, friends and to our community who feel the loss.

While we can’t change what’s happened, we hope to help the families a little financial support for the future. Fox Communities Credit Union will be accepting donations for the Stoffel and Bentdahl families in all of their 15 locations.

Community First Credit Union is also accepting donations for the Stoffel family. Calvary Bible Church and Fox Valley Christian Academy, where the Stoffel family attends church and school, has set up a love offering. You can make a donation online or give by check/cash.

If you would like to help the families financially, these are safe places to donate and 100% of funds received will be going to the families.

Please like “Hands Over the Fox” on Facebook for information on what the community will be doing in the near future, so we can gather together as a community to remember, demonstrate compassion and show strength.

Fox Communities Credit Union has locations in Appleton, Neenah, Kimberly, Black Creek, New London, Clintonville, Oshkosh, Howard, Green Bay and DePere.
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may 4th 2015
Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the victims of Sunday night's shooting in Menasha which killed four people and wounded one.

Jon Stoffel (33) and Olivia Stoffel (11) were both killed in the shooting. Jon's wife Erin was also shot and injured and remains in critical condition. A GoFundMe donation page has been set up for the Stoffel family if you would like to help.

WAPL will continue to give major updates as they occur, and will share additional ways you can help and show support in the coming days.

For more complete coverage on the story, visit 1150 WHBY
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apr 15th 2015
Nobody plays the drums like RUSH's Neil Peart - Except for this puppet.

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apr 14th 2015
The Rolling Stones have released a preview of their next DVD release, From The Vault: The Marquee – Live in 1971. Check out this performance of "Dead Flowers." You can pick up the DVD when it hits stores on June 23.

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apr 14th 2015
Posted by Elwood

Even though I play the actual drums, and I've been attempting to learn a few chords on a real guitar... I'm still pretty excited for the new Guitar Hero Live and Rock Band 4 games coming out this year. There's just something about strapping on a plastic guitar and pretending to be a rock star that appeals to the teenage Elwood in me.

Details are pretty sparse for Rock Band 4 at this point, but Guitar Hero Live is now available for pre-order (here) and the trailer (see below) is pretty cool. (Note: that's actual game footage!)

Here are some of the info:

The all new Guitar Hero. One game. Two ways to play. GH Live, where you can rock real crowds with real reactions. And GHTV, the world’s first playable music video network. With a continually updating library of hundreds of videos across genres, there's something for everyone. Make sure you’re one of the first to rock out.


Here's the official Guitar Hero Live trailer:

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mar 31st 2015

Posted by Elwood

Thin Lizzy is one of those bands that I never appreciated until recent years. Of course I knew "The Boys Are Back in Town," and to a lesser extent, "Jailbreak." But beyond that I knew nothing. Thanks to WAPL listener requests for stuff like "Whiskey in the Jar" and "The Cowboy Song," I started exploring more about the best band to come out of Ireland (sorry U2) and have not been disappointed.

For me, Thin Lizzy has become one of the most underrated rock bands of the 70's. If you want proof, look no farther than this compilation of EVERY Thin Lizzy guitar solo from 1971-1983. It's awesome to have on in the background while you're at work.

And if you haven't heard WAPL playing the new song "The Killer Instinct" from Black Star Riders (re-branded Thin Lizzy, without founding bassist and singer Phil Lynott), check it out below. They're playing with Europe at Potawatomi Casino in Milwaukee on April 24th.

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mar 23rd 2015

Iron Man to the rescue! Robert Downey Jr. recently showed up in character as Tony Stark to deliver an Iron Man bionic arm to 7-year-old Alex, who was born with a partially disabled right arm. Check out the full story on Mashable, and watch the video below.

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mar 10th 2015
Let's say you're a huge Bon Jovi fan and decide to show your love with a tattoo of one of their lyrics. Please make sure the tattoo artist has a basic understanding of grammar... and how to spell "Bon Jovi"

See the whole thread on Reddit.
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mar 9th 2015
From VH1 Classic: Check out these kids reactions to hearing Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" for the very first time.

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mar 9th 2015
We all lost an hour of sleep this weekend. It doesn't help farmers. It doesn't help energy costs. It does increase heart attack rates, work-related injuries, and suicide rates, however.

As "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" put it... How Is This Still a Thing?
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mar 6th 2015

Hall and Oates meets Metallica in this "I Can't Enter That" mashup that is so ridiculous it makes me insanely happy. --Elwood

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