Two songs battle to the death inside the steel, every weeknight at 10pm!
Our Current Champion of the World:
Black Sabbath's God Is Dead!
Congratulations on the retirement Black Sabbath! We'll see you in December for the Mondo Grande Tournament of Champions!
On Tuesday night, two new gladiators step into the steel!
Call and voice your opinion about the songs, 1-866-91-DC101! Their fate is in your hands. Either they live to fight another day, or THEY SHALL DIE!!!
What do you get this week?
How about tickets to see Korn on May 21st at The Fillmore?
Or maybe on Thursday Ticket Takeover you'll catch Jimmy Eat World August 11th at the 9:30 Club?
And if you're really lucky I'll send you copies of some tasteful nudes I've done. Tasteful is the key word here...
Yes, Last Calls is all about you and what you want to hear every weeknight at 11! Ring me up, 1-866-91-DC101! However, there must be rules, and Last Calls has 5 very important ones that everyone is expected to follow.
1. Don't be a jerk on the phone.
2. You must know the name of the song and who it's by or be prepared to sing it.
3. No Skynyrd.
4. Thursday Night is Ladies Night. No wang allowed.
5. I have the final say over all song choices.
The FAA is taking a stand: pilots need to stop using personal electronic devices while controlling a plane. Distracted flying is apparently a problem with pilots using phones, tablets, laptops, Blackberrys, you name it, they're doing it.
First off, I'd like to know how they are getting phone reception that high. Calling anybody from a plane doesn't work. What's the secret, Captain?
Secondly, why is this ban just starting now? The very first time a cell phone or a laptop was in someone's hand, the FAA should have made using them while flying a no-no. There could be hundreds of people on a plane that you are putting at risk, but you're sending a text message, a nice LOL! to someone? That can probably wait until you get on the ground.
One more thing:
How is it that when a 12 ounce beer gets on your little carts the price doubles from that of a bar? Let's look into that one too, FAA.