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The Morning Buzz Page

The Morning Buzz, weekday mornings from 6 to 9 a.m.


Our morning features include:

Today In Rock History at 6:20 a.m.
Birthdays & Anniversaries at 7:15 a.m.
Perkins Trivia at 7:45 a.m.
Today's Rock News at 8:20 a.m.


Perkins Trivia Monday:

Q: 41% of men said in a survey that they can’t go a week with out this. What is it?

A: Pizza


Perkins Trivia Tuesday:

Q:62% of women wouldn't date a guy who had THIS . What is it ?

A: Ponytail

Perkins Trivia Wednesday:

Q: 86 % of people have never used THESE ?

A: Frequent flyer miles

Perkins Trivia Thursday:

Q: More than half of married people say they never do THIS in the bedroom .

A: Change the side of the bed they sleep on


Perkins Trivia Friday:

Q : 9 out of 10 people said they'd switch to a new Cell Phone if it had this . What ?

A. Longer Battery Life!

A: Turning off your phone



Favorite Links and Time-Wasters!

The Dramatic Prairie Dog!
Click Here To See A Nervous Rodent

Do you know what an LOL CAT is?
I Can Has Cheezeburger?

No Lasagna Here...
Like the comic strip Garfield? It's funnier without him!


You never know what you'll see when you go shopping there...
PeopleOfWalMart.com


Having trouble with your phone changing the words you're trying to text?
Damn You Auto Correct (Warning: naughty language)


Yes, another cat-related one. I didn't realize that dogs aren't as funny.
Sylvester, the Talking Kitty (Some occasional naughty language)


If you haven't seen Bad Lip Reading videos, you're missing out.
Bad Lip Reading Videos.


The Morning


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