Earlier on The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show they played audio from ABC News 10, out of San Diego where some residents are upset about weekend Yoga lessons in a public park, I examined this story very carefully.
On The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show they are talking about a fight that broke out at a Chuck E. Cheese'sin Parma, Ohio. The fight broke out over a broken photo booth and to my surprise it did not take place in the ball pit. Do they still have those?
The big topic of the day on The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show is this vaccine business. Jimmy Kimmel called out the Anti-Vaccine people with a fun little video where doctors yell at the Anti-Vaccine movement people. They also ruin the end of Breaking Bad so did SNL, so if you're watching Breaking Bad don't watch the video.
Unless you have been living under a rock the last 24 hours, you have probably heard by now that the Baltimore Ravens terminated Ray Rice's contract and the NFL suspended him indefinitely after TMZ released the video of Rice punching his wife in the face in a casino elevator back in February.
Welp, this is the weirdest video I've ever seen. And it's not the roided out tree that takes a car to the kisser and still stands tall. Nope, it's the reaction of the driver who hit said tree and flipped his car.
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