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CAREER HISTORY: The Edge (Intern); KNIX. I showed up to work in no condition to work (aka hungover) and ended up in a barrel as punishment, and the rest is history.
INTERESTS: Music, Sports, Cooking
FAVORITE CONCERT: Dierks at ASU & Eric Church at the Marquee
FAVORITE MOVIES: Step Brothers, The Departed, Back to Future 1&2 (Not Back to Future 3, the third one was dumb)
FAVORITE TV SHOWS: Sportscenter, Entourage, East Bound and Down
HEROES: My Grandpa, Kenny Powers
BOOKS OR MAGAZINES: Lance Armstrong "Its Not About The Bike, My Journey Back", ESPN-The Magazine, Maxim
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GREATEST INVENTION EVER: Batteries
IF YOU COULD LAY CLAIM TO HAVE WRITTEN
WOULD YOU PLAY GOALIE, QUARTERBACK, PITCHER, CATCHER OR FORWARD? None of the above, I am a lineman!
DO YOU LIKE TO COOK? I LOVE TO COOK
PET PEEVE: Being late or rude to people in the service industry
FIRST CD PURCHASED: Green Day-Dookie
LAST GOOD BOOK YOU READ: Heroin Diaries by Nikki Sixx
HERITAGE: German I think.....
PETS: Dog and Cat
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Disney World is looking into reports that some wealthy visitors are hiring disabled people to pretend to be family members so that they can skip lines.
"It is unacceptable to abuse accommodations that were designed for guests with disabilities," spokesman Bryan Malenius told CNN Wednesday. "We are thoroughly reviewing the situation and will take appropriate steps to deter this type of activity."
Reports of the alleged practice sparked fury on social media, with some people calling the actions "crazy," "awful," and "despicable."
But others defended the idea, arguing it's a way to help some disabled people make good money.
The debate began with an article in the New York Post.
"The black-market Disney guides run $130 an hour, or $1,040 for an eight-hour day," the report said.
Social researcher Wednesday Martin "caught wind of the underground network" while working on a book about practices among New York City's Park Avenue elite, the Post reported.
"It really is happening," Martin told CNN's "Starting Point" Wednesday.
"I live among the privileged and powerful parents of New York City," she said, "and once in a while I come across a practice that's really surprising."
She added, "It's not my job to judge."
Would you help the criminal?
How scary!!! WOW!!!
skip to about 7:43 point in the video! UNREAL
Talk about your ultimate "the show must go on" moment. This past weekend, during a show in South Carolina, Jake Owen had a moment he made the absolute best out of. While trying to climb up and say hello to a fan, his pants ripped! With no other option, Owen took off his shirt and tied his pants together using it.
Given his remarkable success in the genre, it's safe to say that most country fans enjoy Darius Rucker's music. However, the Grand Ole Opry member was the target of a racist tweet over the weekend that, understandably, set off his ire.
"@dariusrucker Leave country to the white folk," read the tweet, from a user identified as @pqkullman (the account has since been deactivated).
Rucker responded with "WOW. Is this 2013 or 1913," adding "I'll take my Grand Ole Opry membership and leave your racism."
The original tweeter did not engage in further discussion; however, several fans chimed in with their thoughts on the matter. When one fan asked Rucker why he bothered to retweet comments from racists, Rucker noted, "So the world can see them."
Another fan said, "Bet he wouldn't say that to Nelly's face." Rucker replied with "Wouldn't say it to mine either."
He concluded with this final statement: "If any hater thinks I care what u think. I don't make music for u. So don't listen."
Rucker had recently been receiving mixed reviews, many quite negative, for his cover of the Bob Dylan-penned "Wagon Wheel," as originally performed by Old Crow Medicine Show. The cover is the second single off his album True Believers, which will be released Tuesday.
Rucker, who initially forged his career in music as frontman for pop outfit Hootie & the Blowfish, has notched numerous accolades in the world of country in addition to his Opry membership, which he received in October 2012. His first country single in 2008, "Don't Think I Don't Think About It," made him the first African American to hit the top of the country chart since Charley Pride in 1983. He followed that by scoring the New Artist honor at the Country Music Association Awards, as well as four more No. 1 hits.
Do you agree?!
Someone called the police after a women changed her son's diaper on a table at Starbucks because there wasn't a changing station in the bathroom. Do you think she should be punished for this? Or is it allowed because "A mom's gotta do what a mom's gotta do??"
Alayna Adams- she's the nine-year-old girl who was chosen to throw out the first pitch at Thursday night's Rays game.
As Alayna walked onto the field, the crowd at the Trop gave her a rousing round of applause, and what came next riveted her eyes to the big screen -- a message from her father, Lt. Col. Will Adams in Afghanistan.
"Stay focused, throw the ball and I love you."
Will sent the message to give his daughter some pitching advice, and then she took the mound to throw out the first pitch.
The pitch was a bit short. The catcher grabbed it, but as she stepped off the mound, the real surprise was revealed...
The catcher was her father.
Alayna ran to her dad and wrapped her arms around his neck.
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