All-Star Attack Ad Against Yadi
Posted 6/18/2014 6:00:00 AM

Time for YOU to vote for Yadier Molina to counter the 'attack ad' posted by some dweeb catcher for a lesser team in the National League. says "Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy's making a push to get voted into this season's All-Star Game, and his anti-Yadier Molina, anti-Cardinals message features the kind of mudslinging one could only find in a local political ad". After you watch the ad, counter it by heading here to VOTE FOR YADI

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"Paul is dead" was just the beginning
Posted 6/18/2014 6:01:00 AM

It's 1970 and Beatle fans around the world eagerly comb the album covers and listen to Beatle songs forward and backward, trying to find hidden “clues” that might lead to a logical solution or confirmation to the rumor that “Paul is dead.”

When two college radio DJ's join the search, they learn what the clues REALLY mean and begin an odyssey that takes them far beyond their studio. They discover a conspiracy to create a genuine Utopia, a true "Octopus' Garden." They are launched into a world-wide intrigue and quest that very quickly changes their lives forever.

After forty years, Jeff Scott finally reveals the solution to the mystery and confesses that the “clues” were were actually well-placed guides that led him, and hundreds of others to a life-changing experience and a life changing place: a genuine “Octopus’ Garden” beneath the waves.

Based on actual events and people, the story ...

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Paul McCartney and the girl in the black beret
Posted 6/18/2014 12:05:00 AM

Kelley was a nineteen-year-old who was suffering from brain cancer. She’d endured rounds of treatment, but the disease continued to spread. When doctors run out of options, they often call the Make-A-Wish Foundation and ask them to step in. When they asked Kelley, “What would you like more than anything in the world?” she responded, “My dream is to meet Paul McCartney.”

While most sick children request a trip to Disney World, this request would be much harder to grant. Paul McCartney was the biggest rock star in the world. When Make-A-Wish called me to ask if I’d help fulfill Kelley’s request, I told them I’d try. But this was a real long shot. I inquired, “Does Kelley have a Plan B?”

“No,” they replied. “This is all that she wants.”

I must admit that I was skeptical that a teenager was truly a Beatles fan. If I was going ...

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