Friday, March 18, 2011


When it comes to March Madness, college basketball fans usually think of office pools, upsets, cheerleaders and watching the games with their buddies.

But, apparently a lot of guys also think about vasectomies.

That's right, vasectomies -- the ol' snip-snip.

According to the Cleveland Clinic, the number of vasectomies is typically up 50 percent during the first week of the NCAA Tournament.

Of the approximately 600,000 vasectomies performed in the US each year, more guys choose this week to do it so they can watch the games while recovering.

Some urologists even offer incentives like free pizza deliveries and sports magazines.

Source: Fox News

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

FL Freak File >> Grand Theft Dildo

Meet Mitchell Tice... looks happy huh?

The beaming Florida Keys man, 40, was arrested last night and charged with stealing a box of sex toys.

Tice, a breakfast cook, allegedly swiped the items in January after breaking into a utility trailer owned by a couple for whom he then worked. Tice also allegedly pinched two laptop computers and a wig, according to a Monroe County Sheriff’s Office report excerpted HERE.

Tice was linked to the theft after his girlfriend, Pshantel Scott, told detectives that her beau “had placed a bag of dildo’s (sex toys) under their bed.” Scott, 38, added that Tice told her he stole the sex toys “from his boss’s trailer.”

Scott turned over the hot items, which “were placed into property.” The sex toys were later shown to the restaurant owners, who “positively identified the items as theirs.”

Charged with felony burglary and two misdemeanor counts, Tice is being held in lieu of $4000 bond at a county lockup.


Ted Nugent has just released a new song. And this is the latest Track Of The Day. Check out all the Tracks Of The Day here.

The song is called I Still Believe. Says The Nuge of the thinking behind the track:

“America is a target-rich environment for an independent man addicted to logic, truth and The American Way. I Still Believe throttles the animal spirit of rugged individualism in pure Motor City ultra high-energy rhythm and blues and rock and roll.”

Right now, Nugent is working on his new album Trample The Weak, Hurdle The Dead. And you can download the new song for free right here.

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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Jon on John Crime Jordan vs. Bon Jovi

Jon Bon Jovi has acused Apple CEO Steve Jobs of being "personally responsible for killing the music business" with iTunes in an article posted HERE.
In an interview with the London-based Sunday Times Magazine, sounding a bit like an old man (which he is now) protective of his lawn — the quote literally starts with “kids today”. Bon Jovi bemoaned the fact that the young’uns no longer have “the experience of putting the headphones on, turning it up to 10, holding the jacket, closing their eyes and getting lost in an album, and the beauty of taking your allowance money and making a decision based on the jacket, not knowing what the record sounded like, and looking at a couple of still pictures and imagining it."

Morn the loss of vinyl or CD's all you will Jon, but Steve Jobs did a pretty spectacular job (pun intended) of monetizing music and made it available to a wider audience via iTunes - literally SAVING the music industry from themselves, expanding your audience and giving you your cut of the profits in the process.

But let's humor Jon and count the ways iTunes is KILLING his music.

At last check, Jon, I still see all your music on iTunes. I still see all your movies (including the stellar "Moonlight and Valentino", "U 571" and episodes of "Ally McBeal" still on iTunes.
If it's killing music I'd think the first move would be to take it off of iTunes. Still waiting.....

At last check, I also noticed your circa 80's music videos in all their hairy chest bearing, flaxen hair flowing, still can hit the high notes glory are also still on iTunes. Still waiting....

At last check, I don't remember Steve Jobs manufacturing or stopping albums and turntables, Reel to Reels, 8-Tracks, Cassettes, Audio DAT's, etc from being sold or bought.

The experience of a kid today plugging into a turntable and carting around his LP's - the iPod is much less encumbering to the "kids of today". And, by the way, I personally don't remember listening to my vinyl copy of "7800 Degrees Fahrenheit" and it being particularly "Magical".

At last check, I believe you and the boys made something on the order of $200+ MILLION last year touring. That would make you... carry the 1... cross out the zero.... THE NUMBER ONE TOURING ACT OF 2010!!!! Plus, the Circle Tour continues to rank (at this point in time) 9th ALL TIME in the HISTORY of TOURS in North AMERICA.

At last check, I don't remember seeing you in the welfare line behind Tommy, Gina, Richie, Dave and poor Tico.

If Video Killed the Radio Star then iTunes killed artists that put one good song on an album with 8 or 9 half-assed efforts in tow.

Was that a shot of truth to the heart?
Sorry Jon.


With some wildly inappropriate tweets, the quack has been silenced.

Comedian Gilbert Gottfried sent out a slate of offensive twitter missives about the tragic Japanese earthquake and tsunami, and instead of drawing laughs, it cost him his job. The longtime voice of the iconic Aflac Duck, Gottfried was fired by the insurance company on Monday, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

"Gilbert's recent comments about the crisis in Japan were lacking in humor and certainly do not represent the thoughts and feelings of anyone at Aflac. There is no place for anything but compassion and concern during these difficult times."

Gottfried's tweets certainly didn't show compassion. Buzzfeed compiled screen captures of the tweets, which were later deleted from the comedian's feed. Amongst the worst:

"I just split up with my girlfriend, but like the Japanese say, "They'll be another one floating by any minute now."

UPDATE - Gottfrield issued a statement of apology for his offensive tweets (via People):

"I sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my attempt at humor regarding the tragedy in Japan. I meant no disrespect, and my thoughts are with the victims and their families."

Monday, March 14, 2011

Who's The Boss... Springsteen, That's Who

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have topped a readers poll of the best live act of all time. The site says, "When Springsteen began performing with the E Street Band in 1972, it was a four man-group... When the group last toured in 2009, there were 11 people, and although the sound has grown more elaborate, the band hasn't lost any of the passion or the power they originally had." Rounding out the Top 10:
2. The Rolling Stones
3. The Who
4. Pink Floyd
5. Led Zeppelin
6. U2
7. Queen
8. Pearl Jam
9. The Grateful Dead
10. KISS

Sammy Agrees With Jordan

Sammy Hagar and John Jordan Agree

Sammy Hagar
says Charlie Sheen's erratic behavior reminds him of Eddie Van Halen. "Charlie and Eddie, it's the same guy. It could be his twin brother! The same attitude and...acting weird. I don't know what he's going through, but that's what Eddie went through and it was overnight. Like I hadn't seen Eddie for a long time, but, man, when I saw him I was like, 'Whoa ... what happened?'" Hagar's autobiography, Red: My Uncensored Life in Rock, will be published tomorrow.