I want to thank Super Fan Seth for turning me onto this new guy Frank Foster. Personally, I'm loving his video and surprised that Frank isn't already on a major label and a big tour. That's just my opinion. Let's see what YOU think! Watch the video and vote below! Thanks, Michael J
Ok so I am only supposed to be on WCOS from 7-midnight. BUT...if You stay up later, maybe I will too!
When you go home tonight, don't sit there like a zombie clicking thru 200 channels on cable to find nothing on! Forget the boob toob!
Meet me for some great Country music on 975 WCOS. You know we'll be having a whole lot of FUN!
Hook up with me TONIGHT!
As we get to know each other better...know this about me,
The Michael J Pledge
please use as often as you can!
"I promise whenever I see someone wearing a U.S. military uniform to walk up to them and simply say, Thanks."
Don't be surprised to hear me saluting our troops
on the show regularly. Politicians, I'm not a fan. But
for our family, Men and Women in Uniform. God Bless 'em!!
Somewhere, someone is kicking themselves for being nice to a little old lady.
She thanked the anonymous person who let her cut in line and by an EASY PICK ticket ahead of him. Ouch. That had to sting a little.
An 84-year-old Florida woman just stepped forward for second-biggest U.S. lottery jackpot Wednesday and will pocket a $370 million lump sum before taxes, state lottery officials announced.
Gloria Mackenzie bought the winning ticket in Powerball drawing at a grocery store in Zephyrhills, near Tampa.
Mackenzie did not attend a news conference and pleaded for privacy in a statement O'Connell read to reporters.
The amount of the prize ballooned to $590 million as the drawing approached, with Florida lottery officials selling about $45,000 worth of tickets an hour at the peak.
Mackenzie turned down the 30-year payout and took the smaller one-time amount, O'Connell said.