Take a road TRIP with the gang from the show!!
Wild Bill's "Stick it to the man" tip #121 :)
Okay, so this is much less gruesome than the Halloween decorations Todd Robbins posted last week that had neighbors calling the cops! (Yep! Read all about it here!) We're still trying to figure out "What Does the Fox Say?" around here too... but that's beside the point. What do you think about this spectacular light show? Over 8,500 lights and roughly 1066 channels of computer animation! Mind = Blown. I think it's some super cool stuff!
I'm not a fan of lengthy videos because I'm a busy guy, but this one is worth it, I promise. Whatever you do, make sure you set aside 7 uninterrupted minutes out of your day to watch this. I guarantee you there is solid truth behind the science presented in this video. It'll definitely make you happy!
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Did you see this? Evidentally the Vatican had 6,000 gold, silver, and bronze medals printed to commemorate Pope Francis. The catch? One humongous mistake...
They misspelled JESUS!
Somehow the letter "J" was accidentally printed as an "L." So somewhere, there are 6,000 medals printed by the Vatican with the name "Lesus" engraved on them! Nobody noticed the problem until after the medals were engraved and shipped. In fact, 4 had already been sold (keep an eye out for those guys... I bet they're worth a LOT of money!)
You can read more about this story right here: http://www.98txt.com/photos/concerts/rascal-flatts-and-the-band-perry-369675/#/0/21690822
98 TXT's Tom Canterbury plays Jeopardy this Thursday at 3:30 on CBS 42. When asked how he felt about the experience, Tom said, "It was like living out a lifetime dream." After all, all of us here know he's been practicing for this everyday... I mean who really walks into a meeting and asks how many tennis balls could fit in the room?
Ever wondered what it feels like to be sneezed on by a beluga whale? Here's an action shot from Becca swimming with the whales at the Georgia Aquarium this weekend.