Got some wrong wrong Kings of Leon lyrics … so if you think you know their lyrics, you may wanna listen up to see if you’ve been singing along to the right lyrics. Make sure you listen up at 7:40 for your chance to win a four pack of passes to the advance screening of Thor: The Dark World, starring Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, and Tom Hiddleston … that’s happening on Wednesday, November 6th and Ward Consolidated Theatres at 7 pm.
Now for that promised Kings of Leon song.
So you’re using your old lady? You’re borrowing your grandma for money? Using somebody? Shame shame. Or wait. Maybe he’s saying “I’m ready now…”
And in monkey news this morning, it’s the end of an era. If you were planning on flying to Indonesia for their famous masked monkey shows, you better head over there by the end of the year. Because as of next year there will be a ban on all roadside masked monkey performances. The main issue is preventing diseases carried by the monkeys. Yeah, not because keeping a monkey chained up and forcing it to dance around while wearing a mask might be mean… they just don’t want to catch a cold from them, that’s all. Why does the monkey need to wear a mask anyway? Have we become so jaded that a dancing monkey is not enough amusement for humans? Ugh, this monkey bores me… make him wear a mask. Read more [here] in case you missed it.
Now with Halloween tomorrow, usually around this time of year, we seem to be more sensitive to ghost sightings. According to ghostsofamerica.com, here’s a report of a ghost seen on the streets of Waipahu. Just as you pass Kiso store on Waipahu Street, there have been reports of seeing a really tall man, dressed in black, wearing a stovepipe hat (which is like a Abe Lincoln hat). He can be typically seen walking between light poles with just a few steps and then disappearing into the pole. So my Waipahu breteheren, if you’ve witnessed this ghost, know that you’re not alone. If you’ve got a 60 sec scary story, call 296-1059 and leave a message in case I’m drinking coffee or checking my facebook.
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