The types of news stories that hit the Canadian airwaves are somewhat different than stories here in the United States. The CBC ran a 2 minute report on a stolen outhouse, or in the Canadian dialect 'oothoose.' The 'oothoose' was stolen a few months after a large party where 30 guys "Christened the thing in their own way." The father and son that built the 'oothoose' said they lost the good memories from that party.
Producer Joe, being the nice young naive boy that he is, has been receiving prostate exams since he was 22-years-old. This all seemed well and good until Joe was informed by his doctor uncle that a prostate exam isn't necessary until the ages of 40 or 50. After that discovery, Producer Joe decided that it might be wise to find a new doctor with less of a carnal desire for butt play. What Joe didn't realize was that apparently no matter what doctor he goes to, something will eventually get weird.
Morning commuters in New Jersey ran into a bit of a surprise when a subway escalator randomly decided to reverse it's course. Screams of panic were heard throughout the subway terminal due to this less than catastrophic turn of events.
Free Beer and Hot Wings took notice of the motivational posters around the building this morning. The first, and most regal, of the posters is "Focus Eagle." The eagle stands proud and declares that "If you chase two rabbits, both will escape." Next we have the "Leadership Wolf," who inspires people to lead their pack. Other notable exceptions not pictured are "Inspirational Wayne Gretzky" and "Opportunity Golf Course."
A recent study out of Brazil found a link between middle-aged mortality and the ability to sit and stand unassisted. To take the test, you are asked to sit and stand with the least amount of assistance from your limbs. Depending on your performance, you are assigned a score that can be used to determine whether or not you are at risk. If you were to perfectly complete the test, you would sit with your legs crossed and then stand back up without using your arms.
Getting shot with a taser is probably one of the most unpleasant events someone can endure. In this video, a police cadet is willingly on the receiving end of a police taser during his training. Even though he knew it was coming, the cadet broke down prior to, during, and after the shock. From what we understand, this is standard protocol: if you want to use a taser, you have to be tased so you have an understanding of the power that you yield.
No one likes a debt collector. They will constantly call and harass you, and in some cases will even come to your home to collect. Well, one man is fighting back. Jonathan Fin has started to create a series of YouTube videos that document calls from creditors. He had this to say about his first video "Since i lost my job, my creditors are calling incessantly asking for their money. I plan on recording each conversation, so stay tuned and watch the hilarity ensue..."
We all know that Producer Joe is a healthy individual. He eats well and takes a plethora of random vitamins, supplements, and tonics. But what you don't know is that the guy has a virtual pharmacy in his producers booth. He has everything from St. John's Wort to Chia seeds. Yes, you read that correctly. He eats the seeds of an As Seen On TV novelty gift.
When this video was first discovered, Producer Steve was sure that someone had finally invented the first amphibious motorcycle. Upon viewing the video, he quickly realized that it was nothing of the sort. The video and it's description are in French, but after translating the video's description, we discover that it's a video about "how to dive in the port of Saint Martin en Ré with Yamaha FJR 1300." That description pretty much sums up the actions of this clumsy motorcyclist.
Last week, Free Beer and Hot Wings taught us about the new prank known as 'milking.' It is similar to planking, but replace the laying on something with pouring milk over yourself. To the untrained internet user it might appear that the milker is a crazy person. But to the savvy internet user, you are in front of the curve.
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