KSLX Blogs

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – A PLACE YOU DON’T WANT TO BE LEFT BEHIND

Photo Credit – commons.wikimedia.org You often hear stories of someone getting left behind on a road trip but seldom does it get funnier than when it’s a band none of us have ever heard of.  Apparently Scottish band Belle & Sebastian, while touring the U.S. accidentally left their drummer, Richard Colburn behind in a Dickinson, North Dakota Walmart in the ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – WHO FUNDS THIS STUFF?

Photo Credit – www.flickr.com Unbelievably, the same year that emojis GET A F*$#ING MOVIE, researchers at an Israeli university decided it was a perfectly rational & scientific idea to study 549 participants from 29 different countries and whether or not they are perceived as less competent or professional based on how often they use emojis in workplace correspondence.  Yes, apparently ... Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – HOLLYWOOD CONTINUES TO PROVE IT’S OUT OF ORIGINAL IDEAS

Photo Credit – commons.wikimedia.org “The old is new again” seems to be Hollywood’s favorite slogan as they continue to demonstrate that they are completely out of any original ideas.  The latest abomination?  Seth Myers (whom I dig) is one of the brains behind NBC’s attempted reboot of The Munsters.  This was already attempted in 2012.  As you’d expect, CANCELLED after ... Read More »

ONLY TWO CHANCES LEFT TO QUALIFY FOR PAUL McCARTNEY IN NYC!!

GUYS!  And GALS!!  Only two chances remain for you to qualify for Paul McCartney in NYC @ Madison Square Garden from Big Two Toyota of Chandler & the Valley’s Classic Rock Station, 100.7 KSLX!  Your next chance is with me TODAY at 5PM!!  Then 8PM tonight with Russ Egan & THAT’S IT!! Good luck! -Pete Read More »

TODAY’S 4:20 FAIL – ‘MERICAN EDUMACATION AT ITS’ FINEST

Photo Credit – commons.wikimedia.org On a Facebook event announcement, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas invited school kids to an eclipse party on Monday, August 21st.  Yes, it’s a school day.  Apparently that frustrated one anonymous mother so much she opened herself to unfiltered, unrelenting full-internet backlash by posting the question, “can’t it be done on the ... Read More »