“American Idol” is taking democracy online. Viewers will be able to cast votes through Facebook, along with the previous options of phone and text message, when the singing contest shifts from judges’ to audience’s choice next Tuesday. It’s the first time Internet voting will be part of the Fox series, which is in its 10th season. Toll-free phone and AT&T text-message voting, at standard rates, will continue, the network said Thursday.
More information can be found on American Idol’s website here. Rrooff!!!
Gotta love this cheat sheet on Nicholas Cage and his movie debuts! Rrooff!!!
Nicolas Cage is back in theaters this weekend. Here’s how to tell if you’re about to watch a bad Cage flick.
Check the Hair
There’s a direct correlation between the length of Cage’s locks and the quality of his movies. As a rule of thumb, if the hair’s short (Raising Arizona, Leaving Las Vegas, Bad Lieutenant) then you’re on to a winner. But if it’s long, greasy and swept back behind his ears (Con Air, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, Next) then you’re watching a bad Nic Cage movie.
Is he wearing a vest?
If the role requires Cage to bare his well-chiseled midriff, don’t waste your time. Likewise, if Cage is in any way called upon to take on the action-hero mantle, dispatching faceless goons with an arsenal of firearms (National Treasure), martial arts (Bangkok Dangerous) or a magic sword (Season Of The Witch) — run for the hills. In short, if his physique resembles anything other than a Home Alone-era Macaulay Culkin then you’re probably watching a bad Nic Cage movie.
Can he see into the future?
If Nicolas Cage has dug up a time capsule that predicts global catastrophes (Knowing), or he’s playing a cheap Vegas showman who can see into the future (Next), then you too can go all clairvoyant and predict that you’re about to waste the next 90 minutes of your life watching a bad Nic Cage movie.
Is he in the army?
If the answer is Yes? Don’t even bother.
Over half the members of the Texas House have signed onto a measure requiring that universities allow students and faculty to carry concealed weapons on campus. It’s already legal to do this in Utah, and colleges in Colorado all have the option of allowing concealed weapon permit holders to flex their Second Amendment rights. State Senator Jeff Wentworth says it’s strictly a matter of self-defense. I don’t ever want to see repeated on a Texas college campus what happened at Virginia Tech, where some deranged, suicidal madman goes into a building and is able to pick off totally defenseless kids like sitting ducks.”
Let’s Help This Bride-To-Be!!
A British bride-to-be has been challenged by her fiance to get one million friends on Facebook before he’ll marry her. Kelly Coxhead and Paul Mappletorpe have been engaged for 10 years and have agreed to wed on November 11 this year — if she can achieve the target he has set. Coxhead has set up the Facebook page titled: ‘I need 1 million people to join for Paul to marry me c’mon guys help me lol‘. The group total currently stands at just over 25,000 members.
Everyone is always looking for a way to pick up someone whether it is a first date or just out at the bar with friends. Country songs happen to have a lot of great lines that you could use. In fact, there is even a top 10 list and I have the link for you right here! Rrooff!!!
What a great day it is! Today is 1764, St. Louis was founded and now Stan the Man receives the Presidential Medal of Freedom! Check out the full story along with a video right here! Rrooff!!!
I had an opportunity to interview Luke Bryan. I had asked for your help on Facebook so be sure to listen and see if I asked one of your questions! Rrooff!!!
This is a Komen Fundraiser like nothing else! Ladies, I wanted to share this with you because I know how you love your shoes, wine, entertainment, hanging out with your girlfriends, and helping out a wonderful cause.
100% of the funds raised at the Wine, Women & Shoes event will be donated to the local Affiliate.
Check out the link below to get full details! Rrooff!!!
The St. Louis Rams definitely had a great year as did Sam Bradford. He came by the WIL Studio and you can hear the interview! Rrooff!!!
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