Today's Prize: Win-Em-Before-You-Can-Buy-Em WWE tickets returning to the Coliseum on Friday, February 28. Tickets will go on sale Friday, December 13... and today ONLY, 2 tickets to Dave Chappelle at the PAC tomorrow night
MONDAY DECEMBER 9, 2013
The Moody Blues' Seventh Sojourn became their first album to go to number-one in the U.S. on December 9th, 1972.
Today's question: The album's second single was its biggest hit, although it didn't quite reach the Top 10 -- it peaked at number-12. Which song is it?
a) "Isn't Life Strange"
b) "You and Me"
c) "I'm Just a Singer (In a Rock and Roll Band)"
Send answer with name and phone # to firstname.lastname@example.org
A random winner from all correct entries will be drawn and announced at 12:30pm.
RULES: One entry per household. Only one winner per household every 30 days. Multiple entries will be disqualified.
With so many voices in my head, singing in a round has never been something I was good at, but Straight No Chaser has made an art of it. Enjoy this holiday medley! -morgen
To many fans disbelief, Family guy killed off Brian the family dog last night. For some reason, I feel like they mean it. Excuse me, I think I may need to talk to my shrink about this.
It is so incredibly easy to lose ourselves in the ideology that we don't matter individually. The road to being unique is not an easy one. Far easier would be to just go with the pack and do as you are told. If you look at history though, it was the road blazers that are most remembered. The ones who sometimes went hungry and never saw the reward of their accomplishments until long after they left the planet. You matter, you are unique, and even though others may tell you to fall in line, it is ultimately up to you as to whether you do so.
In the words of Neil Gaimann, "Nobody gets to be you except you. Nobody has your point of view. Nobody gets to bring what you uniquely bring to the world except...you."
Be you my Friend,
Once upon time, a new beau and I took a little trip to a community duck pond. While we were sitting by the pond a rather raggity-almost looked like he was from a Hollywood movie homeless man approached me, one eye had a cataract, but into my eyes he looked after startling me with a touch on my elbow. He extended his hand and said, "I found this, it deserves to be on a beautiful woman's wrist." He gave me a sterling silver cuff bracelet. I started to reach for my purse and he held up his hands and backed away. "No ma'am, its a gift for you, God bless you," and then he walked away. My beau said, "You'll remember that for the rest of your life." I had no idea how right he was at that moment, but I still have the bracelet, safe in my jewelry box to remind me that not all packages reveal their contents by their outside.