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Burglar Gets His Pants Pulled Down By A Fence During His Escape

A man in Arizona learned a valuable lesson about jumping spiked fences in baggy pants. Michelle Valenzuela, with the communications department of the Tucson Unified School District, said the incident happened around 10:30 a.m. Friday at Miles-Exploratory Learning Center on East Broadway Boulevard. According to a safety report, a locksmith working at the school spotted a man trying to get into a couple of rooms. When the man saw the locksmith he ran and tried to jump back over the school’s spiked fence. The suspect didn’t quite make the leap, his pants got caught and he was left hanging upside down with his underwear showing. That’s when Jesse Sensibar and Kristin Woodall were passing by. They snapped a photo and shared the story on Facebook.


Lion Attack

Check out a lion attacking it's trainer.


Lamont's Music Notes For March 28th

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for March 28th.

March 28th, 1973 – Led Zeppelin

On this date in 1973, the mighty Led Zeppelin released their fifth studio album “Houses of the Holy”.
This album contained “Over The Hills And Far Away”, “The Rain Song”, “the Song Remains the Same”,and “No Quarter”.
The album became a commercial success, and was later certified 11X Platinum by the RIAA (the Recording Industry Of America).
And here’s an oddity, the title track “Houses of the Holy” was originally recorded for this album, but was delayed until the release of band's next album in 1975 (Physical Graffiti).

Here’s the official promo video for the song “Over The Hills And Far Away”


Lamont's Music Notes For March 27th

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for March 27th.

March 27th, 1984 - SCORPIONS

The Scorpions released their 9th studio album “Love at First Sting”!

Here are the Scorpions performing a song from the album that has become one of their signature songs “Rock You Like A Hurricane”.

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Lamont's Music Notes For March 27th

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for March 27th.

March 27th, 1979 - Eric Clapton

Eric Clapton married George Harrison's ex-wife, Patti Boyd in Tucson, Arizona. George attended the wedding as did Ringo and Paul. BTW, she must have really have had some magic because George Harrison wrote the song “Something” for her, and Clapton wrote the song “Layla” for her !!

This might be the greatest all-star collection of talent to ever jam on a song. Clapton, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Joe Cocker singing back up, and what looks like Vladimir Putin rockin’ the tambourine.


Lamont's Music Notes For March 24th

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for March 24th

March 24th, 1986 - Van Halen

Or should we say Van Hagar, because it was on this day in 1986 that Van Halen released their 7th studio album, titled 5150.

Quick hits on 5150:

-The album was the first to be recorded with Sammy Hagar who replaced David Lee Roth, and was -5150 is the name of Eddie Van Halen's home studio,,
-5150 is the California police term for a mentally disturbed person (a reference to Section 5150 of the California Welfare and Institutions Code).
-5150 was the #1 album on the Billboard Top Albums chart for three straight weeks.
-Prior to the release of this album some record company genius’ advised VH to discontinue the Van Halen name
-Eddie and Alex formally refused. -
Eddie met Sammy Hagar while getting a mechanic to work on his Lamborghini. The pair hit it off and the new singer and band immediately began work on new songs.
-a new Van Halen logo was introduced on the cover of the album.
-VH 5150 sold over 6 million copies and has been certified 6X platinum by the RIAA

Here’s one of my favorite Van Hagar songs, live version of Best Of Both Worlds from 1986.


Lamont's Music Notes For March 24th

Here are Lamont's Music Notes for March 24th.

March 24th, 1975 - Lynyrd Skynyrd

On this date in 1975, Lynyrd Skynyrd released their 3rd studio album Nuthin' Fancy.

-Nuthin' Fancy reached #9 on the Billboard 200 Top LP's chart.
-The single "Saturday Night Special" hit #27 on the Billboard Hot 100.
-Nuthin' Fancy  was certified Gold on 6/27/1975 and Platinum on 7/21/1987 by the RIAA.
Lynyrd Skynyrd cranked out albums at a brisk rate during its original line-up's brief recording career, averaging at least one new release per year. 1975 saw the emergence of Skynyrd's third album in as many years, Nuthin' Fancy.
-This was the first Lynyrd Skynyrd record with drummer Artimus Pyle and the last with guitarist Ed King until the reformation of Lynyrd Skynyrd and the release of Lynyrd Skynyrd 1991.

Here’s Lynyrd Skynyrd performing “Saturday Night Special” circa 1977.


Bull Gores 11-Inch Horn Up Matador’s Butt

This past Monday, Antonio Romero was horrifically gored during a bout with the furious beast in Mexico City. The matador ended up with the bull’s horn some 11 inches up his rectum, causing “severe” injuries. At first Romero appeared to be in control as he goads the animal with a red cloth, called a muleta. But something goes wrong as he tries to get the bull to pivot around him. The angry beast rears up, catching him on the arm and knocking him off balance. As Romero stumbles back in an effort to avoid the bull’s deadly horns, the animal throws off the muleta and homes in on its helpless target. Now, with its tormentor in its sights, the bull takes its terrible revenge. It mercilessly attacks him, digging in its horns and rolling him across the ground. The goring only ends when other bullfighters come to their colleague’s aid and distract the animal. Romero reportedly was rushed to the hospital for urgent treatment of horrific injuries to his rectal area. It is not known if he has been discharged yet.


This Jerk Whipped Out His Selfie Stick At The London Attack Scene

There’s a time for selfies and there’s a time to put the camera away – at least as far as Twitter is concerned. A man has found himself on the sharp end of Twitter hate after being caught with a selfie stick at the site of the London terror attacks. Footage taken on Westminster Bridge shows an unidentified man armed with a selfie stick with waiting ambulances in the background. He appears to be talking to the camera, but it was unclear whether he was filming a Facebook Live video or a member of the media. Either way, the man’s actions were branded inappropriate with one Twitter user saying it was “everything that is wrong with modern society in one picture.” Others branded him selfish and said his actions were completely inappropriate.

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