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Quote of the Day: Porky’s

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Wendy: [answering the phone behind the counter at the roadside diner] Deadbeats.

Pee Wee Morris: [into pay phone, disguising his voice] Hello. Hi. I’m lookin’ for a friend of mine. He’s s’posed to be there.

Wendy: Uh, what’s his name?

Pee Wee Morris: His name’s Michael Hunt… uh Mike, Mike. Yes, Mike.

Wendy: Mike Hunt? Okay, just hang on a minute.

[raising her voice to address the patrons]

Wendy: Is Mike Hunt here?

[Pee Wee laughs]

Wendy: Is Mike Hunt here?

[several patrons begin to snicker]

Wendy: Has anybody seen Mike Hunt?

[patrons begin to cackle uncontrollably]

Meat: Practically everybody in town, from what I hear.

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Porky’s was released in theaters on this day 37 years ago (March 19. 1982)

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Remember That Song – 3/18/19

Can you name the artist and song:

Feelin’ that it’s gone
Can change your mind
If we can’t go on
Survive the tide, love divides


Last Song: “Sign o’ The Times” by Prince from the album Sign o’ The Times (1987)

Great job J-Dub and Brent (@jonbrent13)!!!

Baby make a speech, Star Wars fly
Neighbors just shine it on
But if a night falls and a bomb falls
Will anybody see the dawn?

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Quote of the Day: Running Scared

Danny Costanzo: Excuse me, we’re from Noisebusters. Do you know where the Menudo concert is?

Happy 72nd birthday to Billy Crystal!!!

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Remember That Song – 3/14/19

Can you name the artist and song:

Baby make a speech, Star Wars fly
Neighbors just shine it on
But if a night falls and a bomb falls
Will anybody see the dawn?


Last Song: “We Got The Beat” by The Go-Go’s from the album Beauty and The Beat (1982)

Great job Steve (@steve45220)!!!

See the kids just gettin’ out of school
They can’t wait to hang out and be cool

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Quote of the Day: The Great Muppet Caper

[Kermit is sitting on a bench – a man and his daughter walk by]

Girl: Look, Dad. There’s a bear.

Father: No, Christine, that’s a frog. Bears wear hats.

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Remember That Song – 3/13/19

Can you name the artist and song:

See the kids just gettin’ out of school
They can’t wait to hang out and be cool


Last Song: “Pump Up The Volume” by M/A/R/R/S from the Bright Lights, Big City Soundtrack (1988)

Great job Jim (@JimVilk)!!!

Rythmatic, systematic world control!
Magnetic, genetic, to match your soul!

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Remember That Song – 3/12/19

Can you name the artist and song:

Rythmatic, systematic world control!
Magnetic, genetic, to match your soul!


Last Song: “Sugar Walls” by Sheena Easton from the album A Private Heaven (1985)

Great job Rich (@RichIMET)!!!

Where I came from there’s a place called heaven
That’s the place where all the good children go
The houses are of silver, the streets are gold

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Remember That Song – 3/11/19

Can you name the artist and song:

Where I came from there’s a place called heaven
That’s the place where all the good children go
The houses are of silver, the streets are gold


Last Song: “Middle of the Road” by The Pretenders from the album Learning to Crawl (1984)

Great job J-Dub (@Dubsism)!!!

Don’t harass me, can’t you tell
I’m going home, I’m tired as hell
I’m not the cat I used to be
I got a kid, I’m thirty-three

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