Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters will be play at the SAP Center in San Jose on September 12th.

Ticket go on sale this Saturday, November 18th.

For tickets and more info go to: www.livenation.com

The ticket presale is Friday, November 17th from 10am to 10pm with the code word "THELINE18."

Click here to purchase tickets.
 

Metallica

Attention Metallica fans: In honor of the greatest heavy metal album of all time being re-issued and re-mastered, we’re hooking one Metallica fan up with the COOL-EST Metallica prize ever! Just tune in to Lamont & Tonelli within the 7am hour (November 13 – November 17) and listen for the cue-to-call. The 10th and 11th callers will score a CD copy of the newly remastered Master of Puppets album, and qualify for the grand prize COOL-EST Metallica package! Courtesy of Q Prime.

Click here for more info.

The grand prize includes:

Copy of the remastered limited Master of Puppets Deluxe Edition which includes 10 CDs, 3 LPs, 2 DVD’s, a cassette & a 108 page hardcover book (valued at $175!)
Metallica’s entire album catalog on vinyl
Metallica custom Orion cooler
Master of Puppets Hat
Tonal Glitch Logo Flex Fit Hat
Laptop Travel Backpack
Hardwired Tote Bag
Master of Puppets Cross T-Shirt
Master of Puppets T-Shirt
Bay Area Heavy T-Shirt
Master of Puppets Womens Thermal
Scary Reindeer X-Mas Holiday Sweater
Ladies’ Damage, Inc. Hooded T-Shirt
Hardwired Logo Water Bottle
Glitch Logo Can Koozie
Glitch Logo Bottle Koozie
Funko POP! Rocks: Metallica – Complete Set

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Last Updated on Tuesday, November 14 2017 07:52

 

SFFF Local 798 Toy Program

SFFF Local 798 Toy Program presents the Charity Dance Kick Off Party at the Gold Club in San Francisco on Thursday, November 16th from 8-10pm.

The Gold Club is located at 650 Howard Street in San Francisco, CA 94105.

For more info go to: www.goldclubsf.com

Click here to RSVP a ticket.

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Last Updated on Monday, November 13 2017 07:00

 

Bob-O

COLLEGE:

Take Notre Dame -2 vs. Miami @ Miami
Take Alabama -13 vs. Mississippi State @ Mississippi St.
Take Iowa +12 vs. Wisconsin @ Wisconsin

PROS:

Take New York Giants -2 vs. 49ers @ S.F.
Take Atlanta -3 vs. Dallas @ Atlanta

Because of Bob-O’s 18-20 record (last week 1-3), here are Short Bus’ picks:

Take New England -7 vs. Denver @ Denver
Take New Orleans -3 vs. Buffalo @ Buffalo
 

Go Fund A Hero

Hey Boneheads, please check out "Go Fund a Hero" who have set up a donation page for the Fire Fighters who have lost their homes and are still out there fighting this fire.

This site only take 3% for operation costs and no one gets paid, all proceeds go directly to the people in need.

Follow Go Fund A Hero on Facebook: www.facebook.com/GoFundAHero11

Click here for more info.
 

Samy The Psychic

samythepsychic01aSamy The Psychic is in the studio taking listener readings.

Call 1-800-922-SAMY to talk to Samy personally.

Check out Samy The Psychic's website: www.samythepsychic.com

Check out Samy The Psychic on Facebook by clicking here.

Last Updated on Wednesday, November 01 2017 07:10

 

Chasta

Chasta came to work today dressed as Lucy from the Peanuts Gang, but she also looks like her Mom and Reese Witherspoon.

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Chasta

Here is Chasta's family dressed up as the Peanuts Gang.

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Last Updated on Monday, October 30 2017 08:56

 

Christopher McDonald

Christopher McDonald, best known for portraying Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore, was arrested for drunk driving after crashing his Porsche into a highway embankment. The incident occurred in Lake Arrowhead, California on Saturday night. According to TMZ, McDonald actually told police about his role in Happy Gilmore in hopes of avoiding arrest. Officers responded by taking him into custody and charging him with drunk driving. McDonald, 62, was previously arrested and charged with a DWI in 2013.

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10 Year Old Boy Leads Cops On 100mph Joyride

A defiant 10-year-old boy led police on a 45-mile chase in Ohio on Thursday that exceeded 100 mph — the second time in as many weeks he took off for a joyride. Dashcam video from the Ohio State Highway Patrol shows the boy driving onto the right shoulder of I-80 in Milan and avoiding spike strips laid down by troopers before he’s eventually surrounded by several police vehicles, one of which clipped the car, ending the chase. The boy, who was not identified, was then pulled out of the car, which belongs to his mother’s boyfriend, through the window before kicking and spitting at the troopers, state patrol Lt. Richard Reeder reported. The boy’s unauthorized ride started at about 8:30 a.m. as he was waiting for his sister to take him to school. His mother’s boyfriend later told police the 10-year-old stole the car while his sister was showering. The boy’s mother then hopped in her car to chase him, eventually following him westbound on Interstate 90. “Oh my f—— God,” the woman told police after calling 911. “My son’s going to kill himself before you guys get here.” The boy then starting driving on Interstate 80, where a trooper motioned for the boy to stop as he pulled alongside him. The boy responded by shaking his head and stepping on the gas, Reeder said. The chase then culminated about an hour after it began. No injuries were reported. Just before the high-speed pursuit ended, one of the troopers said the boy was “off road, driving down the ditch” along the right side of the highway after ripping through lanes of traffic. “We’re not going to let him back on the highway,” the trooper said. “Traffic is stopped behind us.” Seconds later, another trooper can be heard asking about using “intentional contact to stop” the boy, prompting another trooper to allow it using “one car as gently as possible,” according to the dashcam video. The boy’s car was then quickly surrounded by troopers demanding that he immediately roll down his window, as other troopers suggested that they break it to forcibly remove the boy. “Break the window,” one trooper said. “Break the window!” The boy, who was not injured, was then taken into custody. He was taken to a hospital as a precaution. Prosecutors in Cuyahoga and Erie counties will decide where to file charges, Reeder said. The boy’s joyride was the second in as many weeks, according to police. He was stopped on Interstate 90 with three flat tires Oct. 16 after taking his mother’s car because he was bored, police said.

 
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