social icons WMMM twitterfacebook RSS facebook twitter RSS Center
105.5 Triple M
All the best shows, all in one place. Get concert info here.

Kitty Dunn

What does Kitty have to say?


 


Party Crasher Excuses

salahi2Listen to the audio from the morning show where we discussed this Who would have thought 2009 would be such a big year for news? I never really thought we could top the epic status of the Balloon Boy story from early this fall, but it appears we have. The well-seasoned journalist that I am, even I was unprepared for the frenzy surrounding Tareq and Michaele Salahi, the alleged White House party crashers. For their part, they said today that they did NOT crash that state dinner last week, that they were invited, and that the truth will come out. The truth will come out!  I'm tingling with excitement, and I bet you are too. I can't wait until Woodward and Bernstein, if they're still alive, uncover the real story. In the meantime, however, here are the most likely excuses we'll be hearing from the Salahi's. 1. They were there at the request of the C.I.A., as part of an internal investigation of covert operations in the White House Kitchen, Hors D'oeuvres Faction. 2. Their limo driver dropped them off at the wrong party. They were actually invited to the Waffle House State Dinner for the Prime Minister of India. 3. Tiger Woods sent them.

Tags :  
Social :


Share This: | More


 
12/01/2009 8:35AM
Party Crasher Excuses
Please Enter Your Comments Below
Title :
Comment :
Listen Live (WMMM)
Playlist (WMMM)
2 Minute Promise
Submit
Discover & Download: Saint Motel
This Week's Discover & Download is 'My Type' by Saint Motel!
Dylan Noir
A new Bob Dylan video takes a violent turn. The video for the song "The Night We Called it a Day" from his Sinatra cover album "Shadows in the Night" gets a little bloody. But luckily it's in black and white so it seems somehow more...
Read More
In Search of...Spock
The passing of Leonard Nimoy at the age of 83 makes me feel like I've lost a member of my extended family. Growing up with three brothers, two older and one younger, it would have been impossible to not be over-exposed to Nimoy's Spock and the...
Read More
5 Things You Probably Didn't Know about George Harrison
Who else still misses George?  George Harrison was born on today's date in 1943, and was only 58 when he died in 2001. I was interviewed by Channel 3 after he died, and I said it was truly sad for me, because I grew up with the Beatles and...
Read More
World's Worst iPod: The Sylvers "Hotline"
"Hotline, hotline, calling on the hotline for your love!"  The hook is so contagious you will probably be hearing it in your head all day. Sorry about that. "Hotline" was a number 5 single for the family band the Sylvers in...
Read More
World's Worst iPod: Kool & The Gang "Cherish"
There was not a lot of love today for the song "Cherish" by Kool & The Gang. It was a huge hit for the band in 1985--getting all the way up to #2 on the pop charts. This song is not to be confused with "Cherish," a song which...
Read More
Discover & Download: Scars on 45
New from Scars on 45: "Take You Home"
World's Worst iPod: Donna Fargo "Funny Face"
Copuntry singer-songwriter Donna Fargo had two big crossover pop hits. One was "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A., and the other was the one we featured from the World's Worst iPod. "Funny Face" made it to number 5 on the pop...
Read More
 
Recent Blog Posts
Discover & Download: Saint Motel
This Week's Discover & Download is 'My Type' by Saint Motel!
Dylan Noir
A new Bob Dylan video takes a violent turn. The video for the song "The Night We Called it a Day" from his Sinatra cover album "Shadows in the Night" gets a little bloody. But luckily it's in black and white so it seems somehow more...
Read More
In Search of...Spock
The passing of Leonard Nimoy at the age of 83 makes me feel like I've lost a member of my extended family. Growing up with three brothers, two older and one younger, it would have been impossible to not be over-exposed to Nimoy's Spock and the...
Read More
5 Things You Probably Didn't Know about George Harrison
Who else still misses George?  George Harrison was born on today's date in 1943, and was only 58 when he died in 2001. I was interviewed by Channel 3 after he died, and I said it was truly sad for me, because I grew up with the Beatles and...
Read More
World's Worst iPod: The Sylvers "Hotline"
"Hotline, hotline, calling on the hotline for your love!"  The hook is so contagious you will probably be hearing it in your head all day. Sorry about that. "Hotline" was a number 5 single for the family band the Sylvers in...
Read More
World's Worst iPod: Kool & The Gang "Cherish"
There was not a lot of love today for the song "Cherish" by Kool & The Gang. It was a huge hit for the band in 1985--getting all the way up to #2 on the pop charts. This song is not to be confused with "Cherish," a song which...
Read More
Discover & Download: Scars on 45
New from Scars on 45: "Take You Home"
World's Worst iPod: Donna Fargo "Funny Face"
Copuntry singer-songwriter Donna Fargo had two big crossover pop hits. One was "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A., and the other was the one we featured from the World's Worst iPod. "Funny Face" made it to number 5 on the pop...
Read More
Categories
Archives