Hey, just about to head out to JACK Stick-Up #23 in Murfreesboro. Before I go, I was thinking about tomorrow nights American Idol Auditions. Is it me or are they the perfect train wreck to watch? Really,!no one gets hurt (physically), it entertains to no-end, and they are some what funny.
Yep, back to the work weeks that includes 5 whole days. Seems like in that last month of the year, with all the holidays and such, the work weeks are cut down to 4 sometimes 3 days!.which I have absolutely no complaints for. OK, I haven't been on here since JACK's Totally 80's New Years Eve Bash so I thought I'd catch up. That was one-fun-party.
Is that crazy? It was 10 years ago some of us were freaking out over Y2K. Crazy, I tell ya. OK, not to sound old or anything, but where did this decade go? So many huge impactful events and inventions happened over the past 10 years. Like the invention of Twitter, facebook....the iPhone, and stuff. The discovery of trans-fats and other silly things like that.
Today at the Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl @ LP Field, the Kentucky Wildcats play the Clemson Tigers....but the real story is in the games program. You know, that magazine they sell for the game that has the players/cheerleaders/coaches names and such in it. Well, if you are going to the game look for the JACK-fm advertisement in your Music City Bowl program.
Hey, got a few minutes? Here's something that might help pass the time. I don't know if you'd call this an "App" or not, but when you go to the "Elf Yourself website" you can make one of these dancing elf videos for yourself or your whole posse. Just have a decent looking picture of your face handy (Or someone else's).
Yep, I got to play the part of Santa Claus again this morning thanks to some friends at AT&T and Fox 17. You might remember I was pretty lucky to put on the big suit a week or so ago for a JACK-fm stick-up.
OK, last night was the company Christmas party. It was held at the Musicians Hall of Fame. off 6th, and that place is pretty cool, especially if you like music and the people who make it. Loved the exhibits they had on display, including one of Jimi Hendrix's guitars that he didn't burn on stage.