Month: April 2018

These little shit are at it again.

Come into work this morning and this is what I find. Damn squirrels are at it again.

Frig off, Randy!

Kim Jong Un went off script during his meeting with the South Korean president — and that could have big implications for Trump

Kim Jong Un appeared to go off script twice during the beginning of a summit between the leaders of North and South Korea on Friday. Each moment of the diplomatic affair was carefully planned out, but Kim invited President Moon Jae-in to step across into North Korea, and later he appeared to backtrack one of…

Out Of Control Radio With Tim

Here is episode #1 Lot’s of goodies on this one. Take a listen.

Out Of Control Radio With Tim

Got a great deal of things to talk about tomorrow night. Bill Cosby and his Family his wife and his life. This is a guy whom lied to the whole world. Direction of the recording industry. More on this. The passing of a radio legend. Marijuana who uses it should other drugs be legal. Shit…

Watch “Kids Play Raining Blood by Slayer / OMF Skate Jam 1988” on YouTube

Kick ass video. Live it

Microsoft claims to make Chrome safer with new extension

Chrome already provides effective protection against malicious sites: go somewhere with a poor reputation and you’ll get a big, scary red screen telling you that you’re about to do something unwise. But Microsoft believes it can do a better job than Google, and it has released a Chrome plugin, Windows Defender Browser Protection, that brings its…

Rip Art Bell

Radio host Art Bell, whose nationally syndicated paranormal, supernatural and conspiracy themed show Coast to Coast AM kept many awake at night – for good reasons and bad – died at his Pahrump, Nevada home on Friday the 13th. Bell was 72.  During its peak in the 1990s, Bell’s show was broadcast on approximately 500 North…

MySpace Tom beat Facebook in the long run Wouldn’t you rather be a rich nobody than whatever Mark Zuckerberg is?

MySpace profile was abandoned when, at the ripe age of 18, I decided it was just a little too juvenile — the glittering GIFs affixed to every page, the garish customized designs, the pressure on maintaining your top 8. By 2006, Facebook offered a cleaner social experience; by 2009, Twitter offered a more casual one….

The Great Michael Winslow