"An unbreakable toy is really useful for breaking the other toys."
Bill was watching the local news again. This time he saw the "funny" news report at the end of Fox News. They were broadcasting images of people skiing down a hill and then trying to skim over a small pond of water (pond skimming). Well, whilst they did that they played the song "Sell Out." WHY!? Bill couldn't believe that they'd play some song that had was talking about radio sell-outs while displaying a story about skiing. Why didn't they just use the Benny Hill theme?
Kerry, Bill, and Gina were supposed to meet with a client. Gina was 10 minutes late. When she arrived, Bill told her that they had been trying to call her and asked where her phone was. Gina reached into the inside pocket of her coat and retrieved her phone. She had the phone on vibrate and couldn't feel it through all the silicone. Bill thought it would have at least made some waves. Gina doesn't care though. Joe likes them.
Do you know what the "square next to St. Peter's Cathedral" is called? If you answered, "St. Peter's Square," you could be a news reader on KSL.
Steve Salles of KSL's the Movie Show couldn't believe that
Kerry went and saw the
1. "The minute men": People in
2. "Now, where did my cocaine go?": The owners of a used car took their car into the shop and reported problems with sudden deceleration. The problem was found to be $40,000 worth of cocaine strapped around the fuel line. The cocaine did not belong to the current owners of the car, and police are now tracking down the previous owners.
3. "You're not crippled enough": Miss Wheelchair
The bureaucrats in charge of Miss Wheelchair
Wheelchair-bound pornographer Larry Flynt called in to vote for #3. He's not disabled, he's crippled; physically and morally. He was very curious if the former Miss Wheelchair
Kerry went to The Windtunnel, otherwise known as The Gateway, on Friday night. He and his wife dined at the Z-Tejas and tried a few of their margaritas. After dinner and drink, Kerry needed to take a little walk to clear his head. As they were walking past the fountain, he noticed about six guys in some kind of swim gear. All of the sudden, some song came on, something by Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, and they started...well...dancing...but not really. They were just moving about. Kerry went and spoke to them and discovered that they were from
Gina let in Bill Frost and he apologized if anyone was looking for "The Alan Partridge Experience" on BBC America and couldn't find it. It was actually called, "Knowing You,
Bill finally made it to The Children's Museum and the Colossal Colon. The
After "exiting" the colon, there was a series of information and game tables. There was one with a little wheel to spin. You could win sunscreen or a beanie. A beanie baby. Not a little hat. Kerry was confused. He was under the impression that your colon didn't need sunscreen. As far as he knew, that was, in fact, where the sun did not shine. Bill explained that they were covering all kinds of cancer. Little Bill spun the wheel and won sunscreen, but the lady let him have a beanie too. There were lots of little beanies, but one was "
If you come across a stray book lying around SLC that has a sticker reading, "Tag - You're it," take it and read it. Then write your name down on the card in the back along with where you found it. If you found it in your local opium den, just write Anonymous on the name. Then go to slcreads.com to discuss the book.
Terri Hatcher likes to arrive early at get the sessy red swimsuit just to piss of the rest of the cast of Desperate Housewives, who all happen to wear the exact same size. Bitches from Hell. Edgar from the show "Two Four" likes chic-let teeth. Michael Douglas has ugly-scars. Matthew Mclonitic plays Dirk Pitt in