Many people find great value in the many uses of Twitter, whether it’s aggregating news, following interests more closely or using it to promote personal brands or messages. As the dust settles from the Wild West days of Twitter, malicious and fraudulent behavior becomes easier to identify: like purchasing Twitter followers to misrepresent popularity.
Much to the chagrin of many loyal Junkies listeners, there were no wacky on-air escapades with reformed porn star Jenna Haze on Thursday, but then again, they can’t all be Asa Akira (the hottest person on the planet).
A 31-year-old Arlington resident was booked for beating the senses out of his roommate over the weekend after waking up to find a drawing on his face that was phallic in nature. Let’s examine the Bro Rules to post-drinking shenanigans and try to determine if these rules were observed.
The last person who should ever get into a war of words is Matt Valdez, producer of the Junkies. But that’s exactly what he found himself in after taking a cheap jab at one of his heroes, Ken Pomeroy, and those words found their way to the renowned basketball guru. Read/listen to how this very viscous saga unfolded across multiple platforms.
The Junkies put on a fun-loving show every morning, from which talking about their lives is commonplace and yields laughs and hilarity for all. But sometimes fate steps in. Sometimes the harsh reality that we can’t control the world takes over. Sometimes even the strongest of men just need a little help.
The Junkies had a full-on interrogation to discover if there were any panty sniffers among them, bringing about a gnarly revelation, and all it took was a pervert being caught robbing undergarments in Arlington to force the issue. Also, the original panty sniffer himself, Bret Oliverio, calls in to tell his nosey tales.
It takes a lot to do morning radio well. One distinguishable characteristic of a great show is identifying the conversations people want to have, but may not be ready to have themselves. Does it work the same for sex? And would people pay?
There’s no question that Seth MacFarlane was successful as this year’s host of The Oscars. The ratings support that claim. However, as the Academy leans towards a younger audience, it has become apparent the awards show’s older viewers may not have the tolerance for an edgy host like Seth.
The internet has come a long way in the field of satisfying men as frequently as they choose to indulge themselves. But as a parent, there’s a new trend to be leery of that could deprive your daughter of her dignity forever, and it might just make these guys’ day.
Twitter has always provided a service that allows you to boast your popularity long after your high school days are over. But what if that could continue long after your LIFE was over? This very question made for quite the jocular episode Wednesday on the Junkies?