Halloween parades are supposed to be fun and a way to give kids extra candy. Kids attending this specific parade did get some extra candy, but not exactly what they wanted.
A few of the floats were throwing out packs of candy consisting of little, male genitalia-shaped candies. One of the rules for this parade is that costumes and floats can't be sexually suggestive or explicit, and this definitely violated that rule.
Each Thursday on the show, we play Dumber Than Trivia for a $500 cash prize. Due to some instances of cheating in the past, we now require that all of our contestants be blindfolded and use GoToMeeting so we can watch them play and ensure that they are not cheating.
Zane made his triumphant return to Dumber Than Zane Trivia against Ryan in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sometimes public speaking can cause the speaker to have a panic attack if they're uncomfortable or nervous. This woman, though, has a panic attack like no one before.
She's friends with a couple who just got married, and the videographer was going around recording the guests giving well wishes for the newlyweds. When the camera got to this woman, she absolutely freaked out while it was on her. She freaked out so much that she couldn't really say any words, and it didn't help that she was probably drunk.
Here's a fun one! Someone had the neat idea to record a backwards running competition and reverse the video. The result is bizarre and hilarious, more bizarre than the fact that there's a such thing as a backwards running competition.
The runners look, at best, like timid scaredy-cats terrified of the runners behind them, and at worst, like utter dorks. It's also weird to see the non-competing people walking casually backwards along the sidelines.
When you intern for us, you get some great perks: work experience, free breakfast every now and then, and little else. If you ask for a shirt, we'll probably give you one. But we never think about it first, so unless you remember, you're probably on your own.
Jake was interning today and we noticed that he had a show shirt on, but it definitely wasn't one that we had given him.
When you're a kid, you do dumb things. It happens to everyone. It's because when you're a kid, your brain is still a little soft and you're not capable of thinking things through completely before acting. That's exactly what happened with this 14-year-old from Virginia.
All week, Steve has been in New Jersey with our longest-running affiliate, 105.7 The Hawk, helping out with their yearly radiothon to support a local charity called Ocean of Love. Afternoon guy Andy Chase lives on top of a billboard for an entire week to raise money and awareness for Ocean of Love. The organization supports the families of children with cancer in Ocean County, New Jersey.
Every year, the community comes together to raise $105,700 for Ocean of Love, with donations ranging from nickels and dimes to thousands of dollars. Last night, the police, fire, EMS and rescue crews in Toms River decided to put on a little bit of a show.
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