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Sparks Of Insanity By Vinny "Bond" Marini Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Having your lunch made by the one you love, who then puts a little note on your napkin, is a wonderful thing...

Time heals all wounds, until someone rips the wound open again and again...

All I can say is...'whatchutalkinboutwillis?'
Yup, he is in trouble with the law again...

OK, so I understand when myspace and Facebook began kids loved to put stuff up there to be seen by their friends, not thinking of the consequences. Then school officials began monitoring the sites to see what their students were doing and took actions against those who were showing themselves to be three quarts shy of a gallon...

Parents caught on and began watching what little Johnny and Janie were up to...even local police opened up accounts using false names to see who might be causing trouble or breaking laws in their town.

So you think that after so many years, kids would learn - HECK-A-DOODLE, not only kids, but young adults.

Folks, employers look at your Facebook and myspace accounts like 3 seconds after your resume hits their desk.

And the latest advent of 'let's make fun of these knuckleheads' is LOLONMYWALL.COM. Here the authors of this site repost the most ridiculous posts on facebook and make sure you don't miss one of them...

Keep posting pictures of yourself drunk and peeing your pants...or talking like you have a 2nd grade education cause it be hip and all dat...I hear Jack in the Box is hiring...


LIVE BROADCAST: January 26, 2010 @ 9 PM ET

This week on the
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Jessica Sierra was a tenth place finalist in the fourth season of American Idol. She later appeared on Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew after pleading “no contest” in a Tampa, FL courtroom to assault and cocaine possession.

Now, with two years of sobriety under her belt, Jessica is back in the studio recording music
and recently gave birth to a new baby boy, Kayden Cash, on December 5, 2009.


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Jason Sadler returns to the Radio Happy Hour,
once again wearing a Got Blogstein? T-shirt.

As he did in 2009, Jason, now with his t-shirt buddy Evan White, is spending 2010 getting paid to wear shirts. Each day of the year is sold at face value, so January 1 was $1 for Jason and $1 for Evan and December 31 is $365 for Jason and $365 for Evan.

Since Tuesday is Got Blogstein? Day, Jason and Evan will spend the day blogging, twittering, facebooking and making videos all about Dr. Blogstein’s Radio Happy Hour
and all in their Got Blogstein? T-shirts.


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14 Of Your Sparks

  1. Schmoop Says:
  2. Damn...And we have no Jack in the Box 'round here. Cheers Vin!!

  3. ...Hey! one can climb the ladder at Jack in the Box all the way up to...The Guy Who Drops The Tacos In The Deep Fryer...and is that so bad?...

  4. MAT-MAN: NO JACK IN THE BOX...ya gotta move dude

    PHFRANKIE: something to achieve to I guess

  5. Jay Says:
  6. I had someone write a note on a napkin to me once. It said "I spit on the ham."

    You make a good point about Facebook and Myspace. That's why I took all my Furby pics down. Society just isn't accepting enough.

  7. Travis Cody Says:
  8. I think employers and other authorities have to use good judgment in evaluating what they might see...or what they might think they see...on a social networking site. There's a difference between being harmlessly silly and being maliciously dangerous.

    But you do make a good point. Once something is out there, it's out there.

  9. JAY: Did you still eat the sandwich? Can I get some of those pictures for my collection?

    TRAVIS: I agree and some younger folks I work with tell me that depending upon the age of the HR person/hiring person, it does not matter...but on the internet is forever, even if you erase something.

  10. Tug Says:
  11. I hadn't seen that site, but Lamebook is about the same. Makes me insane seeing how they write - hurts me head to read it. (I r old) ;-)

    Notes in lunches are awesome...I used to send some to K to stick in my grandson's lunch when he took it from home. Too sweet!

  12. TUG: i r not old, sry - but I still like to used English...
    How cute that you would send them like that!

  13. Maggie Moo Says:
  14. Don't you know it?!! (Ripping open the wounds.)

    I'm am always amazed to see what some people post on Facebook. And those are the ones that don't even restrict who can see their stuff!! Craziness.

  15. Jeff B Says:
  16. That picture of Gary Coleman makes him look like a constipated bat. DAMN!

    A note on the napkin...now that's cool.

  17. I lost all thought about my own comment once I read Jeff's. "Constipated bat" - BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

  18. MAGS: yup, I knew oyu would relate

    JEFF: LOL perfect Jeff..and it is very cool indeed

    SONGBIRD: ah come on now girl..I know you still have it

  19. People who are too stoopid to make their Facebook private are Darwin awards waiting to happen ;)

  20. Dana Says:
  21. I miss my Jumbo Jack's with cheese! I guess they thought the clown was in danger in the Midwest!


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