Fun stuff from the Magic Morning Show

by Mower on April 1, 2014

in Front Page News,Morning Show Fun

 

Do You Speak Italian?

We don’t speak Italian so I really have no idea what’s going on here, other than some very enthusiastic guy wants to show you what happens when you mix Coke, Mentos, Nutella, and a condom.

 

New Michael Jackson Music On The Way

Five yeMichael-Jackson-Smile-michael-jackson-23173863-800-1185ars after the death of the King of Pop, we’ve got a new Micheal Jackson CD on the way. Entitled Xscape, the album will debut on May 13. The idea to create the album was conceived by L.A. Reid, who chose eight songs and handed them over to the lead producer of the project, Timbaland, to “contemporize”. The album is able available for pre-order today (April 1).

 

 

Lunar Eclipse On The Way

NASA says the nexFullLunarEclipset full lunar eclipse visible to Americans will happen on April 15th at 2 AM Eastern time. The experts say it’s the first of four consecutive full lunar eclipses to occur in roughly six month intervals over the next year and a half. The run of four eclipses is known as a lunar eclipse “tetrad.” NASA experts say a full eclipse happens when the moon, Earth, and sun are perfectly aligned, and the moon turns a dramatic red color as the sun beams around the edges of the Earth. (UPI)

 

Backup Cameras

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a regulation yesterday (March 31st) that will require all vehicles under 10,000 pounds to be built with rearview cameras as of May 1, 2018. Although the ruling doesn’t specifically say the vehicles will have to have rearview cameras, the requirements it lays out, such as the driver’s ability to see a 10-foot by 20-foot zone in the back, mean that the cameras will be the only way to do it. Consumers have been pressuring the NHTSA to require rear-view cameras, which can help prevent accidents caused when drivers reverse out of driveways. Senior citizens over 70 and children under five make up over half of the fatalities from back-over accidents in the U.S.

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