Hawaya, hawaya. Yet another Friday. Yet, kinda sad if you're a Beatles fan.
On this day in 1967, Brian Epstein, manager of the Beatles, died of an accidental drug overdose at his home in Sussex, England. He was 32 years old.
More recently, this blog mourns the passing of Ritchie Hayward, legendary drummer for legendary band Little Feat. Saw him live at a drum clinic some years ago. Awesome stuff.
But officer, it's not a musical instrument, it's a vuvuzela. Vatican requests there be no musical instruments at the Pope's appearances next month.
Food, glorious food...
Save time and effort. Get all of your daily calories at once in the new pizza-burger. You won't hear that annoying heartbeaty sound after you eat it, either.
Extreme bacon pancakes. Yum.
On a stick at your county fair: fried chocolate, fried caviar, and fried lemonade.
All this and more goes into this baby. Note to his parents: send him straight to the University of Alabama today. He'd make a great defensive lineman.
Man, shot in head, notices five years later. Alcohol may have been involved.
Isn't that what bachelorette parties are for? Bride arrested for DUI on wedding day.
Want ad: Loving Saudi Arabian couple seeks maid. The last one didn't work out too well, so we drove nails into her body. Must do windows.
And finally, maybe he thought it was a bondage-themed bar. Snake in electrical box causes NY hospital outage.
Have a great weekend, y'all.