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by Admin posted May 3 2016 2:25PM
With classic rock music actually leading in sales right now, yeah you heard us, than its only natural that we celebrate with the grand daddy of all festivals with a classic rock mega music festival! Check out the lineup HERE
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by Robbie Daniels posted May 3 2016 12:00PM
ACCORDING TO THE HUFFINGTON POST...IT'S THE THOUGHT THAT COUNTS

AND SOME OF THESE TRULY ARE WEIRD...ALTHOUGH WE DO LIKE THE CHEESEBURGER TOWEL

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/weird-gifts-your-weird-mom-will-love_us_572267ebe4b0b49df6aab661?utm_hp_ref=weird-news

and the video is just cuz...

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by Admin posted May 3 2016 6:26AM

LISBON, N.D. – A chance meeting at Lisbon's First and Last Chance Bar has Shiela Weisgerber smiling.

Weisgerber, who is raising triplet grandsons Dalton, Bentley and Ashton Peterson, received a $300 tip from a couple who overheard her talking about the boys with some regular customers, and then chatted with her about them.
It was nearly midnight Saturday, April 30, when the couple paid their bill and left it upside down on the bar. Weisgerber said. When she cleared their glasses and took the slip to the till, she was floored.

There, for a $33 bill, was a $300 tip and the message, "Take care of those boys!!" printed beneath.

"You read about it. You hear about it. .... It really shocked me. I went to the bathroom and I cried. I was really surprised," Weisgerber said.

Bar owner Dave Cole Jr. said it was a beautiful gift for Weisgerber, and for the town. too.

"It's fantastic. Anytime we can do some good in the world in general," Cole said. "The last few months have been really hard with random deaths around here. We really needed a boost. This was a godsend. Literally, it made everybody brighten up. ... You know that there still is good left."

Weisgerber, 48, has three grown daughters, Courtnee Marchetti, 30, Stephanie (Peterson) DeWolf, 28, and Emily Scott, 26.

The triplets were born to Stephanie, but she already had a child and felt she couldn't take care of three more, Weisgerber said.

So, Weisgerber took on the role of parent again when the boys were 2 months old.

Getting through the bottle feedings and diaper changings was tough, she said.

But the payoff has been pure joy.

"I love children and it wasn't in my cards to have more," she said. "And now I've been blessed to raise the boys. If I was asked to do it over again. I would. These little guys are a true blessing."

There has recently been sadness, too.

The boys' father, Joshua Ertelt, died in a car crash in late February, Weisgerber said.

Weisgerber has worked full time at the bar since October.

Early Sunday, May 1, she posted a photo of the bar tab, with the big tip and message of encouragement, on Facebook.

"You only read about things like this happening. ... So grateful," Weisgerber wrote.

When the boys' father died, Weisgerber opened a savings account for each of them. Each boy will now get $100 from that tip.

She said if she ever sees the couple again, she'll give them a big hug.

"Words can't describe how grateful I am. You know there's good out there. It helps, and it will help the boys later."

By Helmut Schmidt on May 2, 2016 at 7:48 p.m. www.in-forum.com

by Robbie Daniels posted May 2 2016 12:00PM
The archive footage shows that, like humans, cats lose coordination when first subjected to zero gravity moving in a straight line until they bump into something. Scientists from Nasa and the U.S Air Force sent both cats and pigeons flying in a C-131 jet on a trajectory that gave 15 seconds of weightlessness. Pigeons also lost their coordination with some filmed flying upside down.

by Admin posted May 2 2016 8:00AM
When you hear this, you might think it's one of those classic, frivolous American lawsuits by some moron. But just wait . . . by the end you'll TOTALLY be on this woman's side.


Stacey Pincus of Chicago, Illinois just filed a class action lawsuit against Starbucks . . . because they put too much ICE in their iced coffee.


Sounds dumb, right? Just hear her out. She points out that Starbucks advertises their drinks by how many ounces they have: 12 ounces in a tall, 16 in a grande, 24 in a venti, and 30 in a trenta.


And that's how much coffee you get . . . if you order it HOT. But if you order it iced, you get a cup full of ice, which cuts into the amount of coffee. So in a venti, you only get 14 ounces of coffee with 10 ounces of ice. Instead of 24 ounces of coffee.


Her lawsuit says, quote, "[You] get just over half of the advertised amount, and just over half of the amount for which you are paying." She also found that makes iced drinks the most profitable items on the menu.


So she wants $5 million for all the people who've been ripped off in the past 10 years. The suit is also demanding that Starbucks serve iced drinks in bigger cups so you get the full amount of coffee you order.


(Courthouse News Service / TMZ)
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by Admin posted May 2 2016 6:46AM
It's been a week-and-a-half since PRINCE died, and even though there still isn't a cause of death, there were a few developments over the weekend.


For starters, Prince's personal chef says he noticed he was drinking less water, eating less, and looked like he was losing weight. Quote, "He wasn't himself probably the last month or two. I think he was just struggling with being sick a lot."


He said Prince was dealing with a sore throat and stomach pains, which isn't a surprise since we've heard he'd had the flu . . . but then again, it sounds like he was struggling with it for a while, so maybe it was something more serious.


Other reports claim Prince was getting outpatient treatment from a doctor for his chronic hip pain. Supposedly, he was trying to get off the meds he was using . . . so that MIGHT mean he was worried about becoming addicted to something.


Also, a bank cracked open Prince's secret personal vault . . . the one that supposedly has all his recordings. It's the bank that had recently been appointed the trustee of his estate, and since no one had the combination, they needed to break in so they could protect his assets. It's unclear what they found.
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