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In a rare Bruce W. prank call he calls Little Caesars and asks a bunch of random questions that end of leaving everyone confused.
Matthew and Santoro host the show and play around with the new studio improvements, discuss reality TV shows, talk about food that looks like animals, touch on what happened on Thanksgiving and the day before, tell stories about Black Friday shoppers, analyze a bunch of new bacon products and retell stories from sex ed classes.
It’s spring time and that mean’s its time to start yard work. If you look out the window everyone is hard at work trying to get their yard’s to look better than the next. That made me think of some fun things to do to your neighbors yard.
About Victory In Numbers:
As we all know, life comes with its fair share of ups and downs. The members of Victory In Numbers come well equipped with their share of first-hand experiences. The original five members of the band (then called Blue Collar) : Nick Passio, Brian Hannon, Vincent Green, Joe Altomari, and Den Kilfeather knew each other since their childhood days. It is said that Passio started the band when he was in diapers. In 2004, however, the band was handed the devastating news that a core member of their group, Vincent Green, was tragically taken from them in a motor vehicle accident. Green was not only the band’s leader and vocalist but also best friend. After months of mourning and not thinking about music, collectively the band members realized they had to stay together and continue their journey. “Vin would have been so f**king mad if we didn’t keep going,” lead guitarist, Hannon, says. So instead of dissolving the band and giving up when they were all at their lowest, the band grew closer together. They were no longer just a bunch of kids making music anymore. Green changed that. They were now young men with a purpose. Green’s passing became the inspiration of the future to come. Hannon says, “His passing inspired the band and showed us that music is not a distraction from life, but the reason we exist.” You can hear this passion for lost friends, the yearning for more, and the struggles that real life brings Victory In Number’s emotionally, check that, reality charged music.
Steel Tip starts of the show by explaining what happened the night before and why he looks like he is dead. Then the guys explain how you can use Craig’s List for more than prostitution.
Break music provided by Van Atta High.