Zombies Attack Montana, Country Music is an Abusive Husband and More: Digital Debbie’s Web Watch: Feb 13th
Are you in a mid-week slump again? Don’t fall asleep at your desk, it just doesn’t look good if you get caught. Here are some links you can check out so you at least look like you’re being productive. Not that I’m suggesting that you aren’t all very productive worker bees or anything…
Here’s a video for all you Zombie people (JEFF LEVACK!) The emergency broadcast system of a television station in Montana was hacked during a talk show. The emergency message was: “the bodies of the dead are rising from their graves and attacking the living.” This was a prank, and the KRTV network issued an apology for scaring people.
Natalie Maines from the Dixie Chicks is still not ready to make nice or to back down. You remember the whole situation that brought their success to an end, right? In 2003, Natalie said to their London audience “just so you know, we’re on the good side with ya’all. We do not want this war, this violence, and we’re ashamed the President of the United States is from Texas”. From that statement, the Dixie Chicks career basically came to a standstill and the singers received death threats. Katie Cook from CMT asked Natalie if she’d return to country music, that many fans still love her. Natalie responded that country music is “…kind of like going back to your abusive husband”. So it does not sound as though Natalie has any plans of making a new country album any time soon.
I’ve got a great feel-good story for today. Remember the waiter from Texas I told you about who refused to wait on a customer because the customer insulted a child in the restaurant who has Down Syndrome? Well, people liked that story so much they started sending him donations to make up for the tip he lost and just because they liked what he did. The waiter received over $1,000 and donated all of it to the child’s school.
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