Morning Show Fun

by Cooper on October 4, 2013

in Front Page News,Morning Show Fun

 

Is Twerking The Most Annoying Word?  Some People Think So…Twerk-Wall_zps31d575eb

OnePoll recently asked 1,000 adults what their least favorite word is. Twerking topped the list followed by Amazeballs, Moist, Whatever, Basically, Piddle, Banter, Random, Totes and Anaesthetic.

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Did This Plymouth State Student Pull Off The Best Photobomb Of The Year?

Honestly, we think the guy is there by accident…

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Mac And Cheese Burger?

Chicago’s Rockit Burger Bar is serving a new burger that features buns made of fried macaroni and cheese. The burger also features lettuce, tomato, scallions and sriracha ketchup. The burger is only available for a limited time.

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You Might Want to Avoid This Year’s Most Popular Halloween Costume Ideas

Mashable.com took a look at Yahoo!’s list of its top 10 Halloween costume searches for the past week, suggesting that people might want to avoid them so as not to wind up being one of three zombies or vampires at their Halloween party. And although she’s not on the list, Mashable suggested you might want to steer clear of doing a Miley Cyrus costume too.

  1. Duck Dynasty
  2. Despicable Me
  3. Zombie
  4. Star Wars
  5. Vampire
  6. Flapper
  7. Nicki Minaj
  8. The Hunger Games
  9. Hello Kitty
  10. Dominatrix

 

Red Cross Calls on Military Video Games to Show Punishment for War Crimes

The Red Cross is calling for there to be real-world-style consequences in the ever-more realistic military shooter video games like Call of Duty, Battlefield and Medal of Honor for players who violate the rules of war. International Committee of the Red Cross spokesman Bernard Barrett said, “We’re not asking for censorship, we don’t want to take any elements out of the games. We’re not trying to make games boring or preachy, but we’re hoping that the ones that offer a realistic portrayal of a modern battlefield can incorporate some sort of reward or penalties depending on whether they follow the basic rules of armed conflict.” Barrett didn’t name any of the video games as he explained, “It’s just making it more realistic, the same way the military has rules on the battlefield, then gamers have the same rules.” The Red Cross is concerned that game situations like torture sequences, shooting civilians and killing prisoners can trivialize war crimes, and worries that doing so could open the door for those actions to be considered acceptable in real-life armed conflicts.

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