Worked a great intrastate rivalry game last night as Colorado defeated Colorado St at Moby Arena 67-62. Spencer Dinwiddie led the victoroius Buffaloes with 28 points eclipsing 1,000 points in his career. The host Rams were lead by Navy transfer J.J. Avila's 16 points. Terrific atmosphere and really respect both programs that are coming off of back to back NCAA appearances.
KFBK's Bill Herenda attended the Causeway Classic Luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013 at the Double Tree Hotel in Sacramento.
More than 600 homeless guests enjoyed Wild Waterfoul Stew this afternoon at Sacramento's Friendship Park and a few Kings showed up to serve Ice Cream!
Hey, so before we get into it? It's good to know that the fine people at UPS are treating our packages with such tender loving care (and yes, I realize this isn't representative of ALL UPS employees, but hopefully this idiot gets fired):
So on that note, have you ever been swimming around and find yourself a sunken WWII Japanese submarine? Well these folks didn't do that either, but they did find one on the ocean floor near Hawaii. Click here for the story.
Also, yes, disgusting, you'd never want to open up your fast food burger and discover a half smoked marijuana joint right above the pickle, but the woman who did said she experienced "food poisoning-like symptoms?" Like what, she got even hungrier?
This is actually a real story, you gotta love the dead eyed stare of the mugshot too. Click here to check it all out.
Hey ho you fantastically handsome and/or gorgeous person reading this. Lot to talk about on the show tonight, but let me lay all these things out. A bunch of wild stories...
Plenty to talk about. Between Black Friday miscreants, the obvious followup: are chimpanzees "persons?" and the athiest billboards.....plus just a quick reflection on Thanksgiving and the needed break we hopefully all get.
That's tonight, but first I gotta show you this neat video. A bird stole a camera (that was rolling) set up to film crocodiles in Australia.
Okay. Eddie Vedder. Stand up guy. I'm sure he's a wonderful guest at a dinner party. He's probably the guy that brings the deviled eggs. The good ones with the.......you know what, I'm losing my place.
Anyway. That upstanding citizen who never makes mistakes and isn't part of a band that's been relevant since 1996 when they lost a battle with Ticketmaster because.........I forget, because they hate money? Whatever.
Anyway again. Eddie Vedder recently went on a polite, respectful, diatribe in Oklahoma City, about his displeasure regarding Seattle not being able to steal the Kings from Sacramento on big money's dime.
You know, Eddie Vedder. Champion of the poor, the underprivileged, of society who regularly went on anti-bush rants during the 2000s you probably never heard of because only grunge burnouts paid attention to his band during that black out period.
Yeah. That guy. He said, "F**k Sacramento, well, you know, if you're in Sacramento, you're already kinda f***ed." Don't believe me? Click here for the video.
Not only that, but he said that to a crowd in Oklahoma. You know, that sauce pan shaped, tornado magnet that Texas uses as a hat. But we're f***ed here.
Well tonight on the show, I'll tell you exactly what I plan to do.
Just for fairness though, here's Pearl Jam playing a great concert here in Sacramento back in 1995
(also, fitness lady update, the dude who built deadly weapsons using airport store items, and story about a subject that NEVER causes controversy. That's right; abortion. It's less controversial than this video of the mayor of Monticello NY's racist profanity fueled ranting after he gets arrested for DWI ===> http://youtu.be/fy1cmj4fAm8)
But mainly the Eddie Vedder nonsense...
Is it Thanksgiving week already? Well holy hades.....we won't spend too much time on it, but this guy from Australia set the world record for most Christmas lights with 502,165 on his house. Check out the video.
Oh, and in case you're wondering? For the two months the lights are up, his power bill goes up by about $2000 a month.
I heard there was quite a facebook fight over yesterday's show topic. (Obama & the Gettysburg Address).
As much as it shames me to admit it, I can't find the stupid argument, so I can't weigh in on it.
That said, while I'm getting the show put together tonight, check this out:
Lennon looks about right. It hurts my heart to realize just how old Elvis would be were he still alive though. Your thoughts?
Plenty to talk about, but I wanted to make sure I got this put here, so you can have a chance to take a look before I bring it up.