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TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – OVERSHARING CAN GET EXPENSIVE

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A word of advice to Instagram users: don’t post selfies with your paychecks. Federal prosecutors in Minnesota announced charges Tuesday against 28 people accused of participating in a conspiracy to cash counterfeit checks with bank details gleaned from sources including Instagram photos. Law enforcement officials say the group obtained account numbers and bank routing information from victims by searching for ... Read More »

New Exhibit.

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PAUL SIMON: This Is His Life The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will unveil an exhibit on the two-time inductee this Thursday. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland will unveil its Paul Simon exhibit tomorrow (Thursday). Paul Simon: Words and Music features Simon as your tour guide as the Hall has gathered together hours ... Read More »

Prepared.

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LED ZEPPELIN: Taking the Symbols Into the House Jimmy Page said he had four songs ready to go when Led Zeppelin started recording Houses of the Holy. With this week’s re-release of Led Zeppelin Four and Houses of the Holy, we asked Jimmy Page how Led Zeppelin went about following up Four, which rocketed them into the stratosphere, with Houses ... Read More »

Roger Meets The Wall.

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ROGER WATERS: Was Feeling Comfortably Numb The Pink Floyd founder took a fall in his New York apartment, winning himself a black eye and stitches. When Roger Waters inducted legendary New York City concert promoter Ron Delsener into the Long Island Music Hall of Fame last week, he did so while sporting a black eye and stitches just below the ... Read More »

C.S.I. Sabbath…

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BLACK SABBATH: Tony Scores! The guitarist writes music to be featured on Sunday’s episode of CSI. Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi has gotten into TV scoring. Iommi announced that he’s contributed music to Sunday’s episode of CSI. He says, “I was asked if I’d be interested so I had a look at the footage and came up with an idea ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – NEVER ASSUME ANYTHING

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Councillors in Hanover, Canada, began sifting through paperwork to compile a referendum that would grant citizens a vote on whether the law banning alcohol sales should be abolished. However, upon close examination they discovered the law had never actually been put in place and the town could have been selling alcohol all that time. The majority of surrounding towns overturned ... Read More »