From Joe Friday & Yeager's Sweet Love, from Krispy Kreme @ Penn and Memorial on Valentine's Day 2013.
So Sad! You just have to ask "Why?!"
We were "Shakin'" with you for the free Luke Bryan concert tickets earlier on the Joe Friday & Yeager Show! Today we asked you to name a famous shake from Eddie Money. You heard the actual version, but thought this was a fun sidekick, incase you had never seen the time he was on "King Of Queens!" So funny....
After months of searching, we have our next American Idol! With a night that included performances from the Top 10, tonight was one for the ages! Watch the night's best highlights!
Kai The Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker is back in the news, but this time he's no hero. The 24-year-old, whose real name is Caleb Lawrence McGillvary, is wanted for the murder of New Jersey lawyer Joseph Galfy. Jr.
Kai's heroics went viral on the Internet when he used his handy hatchet to "smash, smash, suh-mash!" a man who claimed he was Jesus and attacked a woman. Following TV coverage of the incident, he appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live and was given the auto-tune song treatment by The Gregory Brothers.
His alleged victim was found in his New Jersey home on Monday. An autopsy determined that Galfy died as a result of blunt force trauma, possibly Kai's hatchet.
Still likely armed with the hatchet, Kai is considered dangerous and authorities believe the cut his trademark long, red hair to change his appearance.
So Joe and I (Kathi) are new to "Vine" but are already seeing such creative use of this short, often looped video snippets! Um, this one though... I don't know why, but we just cannot stop laughing! Here's a 6 second laugh to start your day! LOL
President Obama has been taking a beating in the last few weeks with the Benghazi episode refusing to go away and the relatively new scandals involving the IRS's handling of conservative groups and the AP subpoenas.
At a news conference Thursday in the White House's rain-soaked Rose Garden with the Turkish prime minister, Obama planned to discuss the war in Syria and Turkey's troubled relationship with Israel, but first Obama felt to the need to address some other matters.
First, he asked Congress for more funds for embassy security, likely a jab back at the Republicans that continue to pound away at the Benghazi tragedy.
Then he once again called the actions of the IRS workers targeting conservative groups "unacceptable" and also commented on a federal prosecutor's move to seize telephone records from Associated Press reporters.
Sources: The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times