Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by knu3421, Aug 31, 2012.
Mine, go the fair,relax,beer,exercise,chill,watch college football,more beer
Make fun of Canada
Punch people that spell labor 'labour'
Bought one of these. But I moved since I bought it. Thinking about digging through my moving boxes and testing this out.
Sit by radio waiting for Howard's Tuesday return. Oh, I'm sorry he is taking another week of vacation.
What do u do for a living?
It's impressions week next week... Oh boy!
I'll be relaxating
...im going to wax my car now that i have it all polished out. it looks great. 4 afternoons in it starting from washing it to polishing, had to work around where the sun was at and moving it under a tree wasnt great either.
yeah so waxing my car then move on to another project.
wonder about ronnies pacecar and await beffs next tweet
I wish I knew how to post pics on my iPad. Been laking it all day. It's so beautiful here, and I never thought I would say that. I was always a ocean girl but I really love our lake. Booms day on Sunday! Fireworks and rednecks!!!woot!!
Not Train or O.A.R. but Cheap Trick and Southern Culture On The Skids.
Let me tell you a story:
This is California Memorial Stadium, built on the side of a hill in Berkeley in 1923.
A major earthquake fault, the Hayward fault, runs right through the middle of the stadium.
The Hayward fault is overdue to cause a major earthquake.
In fact, you could see some of the cracks in the stadium caused by minor quakes on the Hayward Fault.
Problem is, California is too broke to pay for education.
So of course there's no taxpayer money to renovate and earthquake-proof a public stadium.
So the university raised millions of dollars for the renovation.
Finally, 6 years ago, they had a plan in place, and they were ready to proceed with construction.
But then, protesters got word that the renovation involved the cutting down of trees next to the stadium.
Not historic trees, mind you, but fairly new trees.
So they came from across the country to become treesitters.
They occupied the trees.
And they lived in the trees for 2 years, delaying construction.
One of the treesitters dubbed herself "Dumpster Muffin."
Finally, after 2 years, police removed them after the court ruled that it was okay to take them down. (This became a huge legal battle.)
And construction was able to commence.
Now the stadium is complete and safe and earthquake-proof.
And it's modern.
The 1923-era facilities have been replaced by 2012-era facilities.
At noon Saturday it will reopen for the first time.
So on Labor Day weekend, I will be drunk in the stands of the newly renovated Memorial Stadium.