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AUDIO: The Conglomerate – POP

I love these guys and can not wait to hear them live tonight at Ozona Grill & Bar for Party on the Patio.

Thanks to Rock the Republic for booking this hilarious group, ready to funk your pants off- whatever that means.

Come out and enjoy crawfish starting at 6:30, plus $2 wells, $2 domestic drafts, and our $3 mystery drink that has something to do with bluberries and sounds delicious.

These guys take the stage at 8. See ya there!

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POLL: Would You Rather Wednesday

You know what would make an awesome horror movie? Would You Rather questions. And guess what? Someone beat me to this idea. There’s a movie coming out starring Brittany Snow, and were it not so gory looking, I’d definitely be going to see it.

But that really got me thinking.. today’s would you rather should be painful. Really painful.

So which would you rather?

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Now think about that: giving up music completely means no movies, no tv, no bars/clubs.. nothing. Think about how depressing that would be.

And not having a cell phone? I freak out when I misplace mine for short periods of time!

AUGHHHH! WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER!

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The Great Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg Debate

I have an Easter theory.. and yes, I know it’s a little early to be this controversial.

Reese’s peanut butter eggs taste better than regular Reese’s. I can’t explain why.. something is just different.

Maybe the chocolate to peanut butter ratio is off or they use different brands. Maybe they are just fresher? I mean, in theory, holiday candy has a shorter shelf life and you won’t find them sitting at a convenient store for years on end like regular Reese’s. Is that it?

I’m thinking the reason also might be that Easter candy in general is pretty awful. Peeps? Jellybeans? Those sugary death traps known as Cadbury Cream Eggs? Obviously Reese’s dominates this holiday.

Frito thinks I’m crazy, but I need some backup. The easter Reese’s eggs DO taste better than the regular. True or False?

Or hey, if you’re not a huge chocolate fan, what IS your favorite Easter candy? How do you celebrate the day, regardless of your religious affilition, through digestion?

-Katy

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#Aggie_Assets

There’s a new trend bouncing around social media sites and motor-boating its way across the country, thanks to the University of Kansas.

It seems the Jayhawks are so excited about their upcoming (and extremely unexpected) trip to New Orleans for the Final Four, they’ve taken fan appreciation to a whole new level.

 

It’s called #KU_boobs and the phenomenon involves pictures from one social media whore to the next, each one featuring an eager chest. I’d like to think they were going for the ultimate form of support joke in the beginning of this campaign, but now I think it’s morphed into an outlet for trashy Kansans to crop out their faces in already provocative pictures for the sake of being.. even more provocative.

And since UNC hasn’t thought of this yet, we’re all over it.

Kiss our #aggie_assets Kansas.

Come on Aggieland, get “behind” us. Let’s show the Jayhawks what a pain in the !@# they really are.

Send us your pics or tweet them to here,  but remember guys, we’re trying to poke fun of Kansas, so keep the clothes on.

 

-Katy

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MEGA MILLIONS

Everyone is buying tickets for the Mega Million jackpot tonight. You have a better chance of being hit by a falling piece of space debris than winning but hey someone is going to win and if you do, you need to be prepared!

The “New York Times” put together a list of the six things you should do when you win: (Notice I said “when” and not “if”)

#1.) Sign the back of the ticket.

This way the ticket is officially yours and then lock it into a safe until you can turn it in.

#2.) The First call you should make is to your lawyer.

They can help you out with any legalities and also help you set up trusts and investments so you don’t blow through all of your money. Make SURE it is someone that you trust!

#3.) Put into perspective how much you have won

After taxes you will probably walk away with half, assuming that you are the only winner. Make sure you can keep it all in perspective.

#4.) Try to shield your identity.

If your state allows you have your lawyer set up a trust so that no one knows you won so you don’t have to worry about threats or unwanted solicitations.

#5.) Plan one good splurge.

Wait until the money is in the bank but once it is, pick on thing and splurge.

#6.) Get the money locked into investments.

This will help you build your assets and also help you say no to people who want money. There will be plenty of them, I bet you even discover relatives you never knew you had!

Are you gonna play the lottery?! And what would you do if you won the money?!

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