MyTalk107.1 is getting a little “spanky” these days, provoking a post from Spank Minnesota.
The first incident was during the Jason and Alexis show (Jason Matheson, Alexis Thompson). Jason was doing a segment that he called, “Fantasy Island”. Listeners were to call in and answer a simple question: If there were no repercussions or consequences, which celebrate would you like to make out with? (Actually, I believe the exact phrase was not “make out”, but rather to have “hot sweaty monkey love” with).
Several listeners called in with their choices (no surprise, George Clooney’s name came up), and then one caller mentioned Harrison Ford. Jason thanked the caller, and then Alexis chimed in with, “Yeah, I’d have to agree. Harrison Ford. But the Indiana Jones version.”
Jason said, “Right” and Alexis added, “With the whip…….”
Jason: You would go straight to the whip.
Alexis: And the hat….
Jason: No, never mind the hat! You already gave yourself away with the whip!
Alexis started to backpedal a little bit, hemmed and hawed, and then said, “Oh, wait. You said “no consequences”, right?
Alexis: Okay. Whip away!
So… of there were no repercussions, what celebrity would you spank or be spanked by? Er… how about which local celebrity? Hmmm…
Bigfoot might be roaming around north-central Minnesota. Tim Kedrowski and his sons, Peter and Casey, caught an interesting figure on a motion-activated game trail camera set up on their hunting land north of Remer and passed it onto the Minnesota Bigfoot Research Team who claims the features are “identical” to similar alleged Sasquatch sightings. Well, it certainly doesn’t look like the chupacabra anyway.
A St. Paul, Minnesota woman has been indicted on charges of trying to smuggle elephant hide and dead birds into the U.S. from Laos. Yes, that’s right, elephant hide and dead birds! If convicted, she could face 20 years in prison.
Interested in buying a $124 block of water; well, ice, that is? The St. Paul Winter Carnival is selling blocks of ice for $124 a pop. Actually, I’m not even sure it’s for the whole block of ice, it’s more like stock in a block of ice. The money goes to support the festival’s signature ice-carving contest and earns you a certificate of ownership.
Police responded to a security alarm at Humboldt High School on Tuesday morning, saw a teenager running down the hall, gave her a verbal warning, and when she didn’t respond, set a police dog on her. The problem was that 16-year-old Tiana Elliot is deaf, so of course she didn’t respond to the verbal warning. And now, well, she has been bitten by the damn dog.
Oh, and apparently you shouldn’t bring up past fights while spanking your girlfriend.