You may not be aware, but this is my third go-round at Muskegon Radio. A couple years back, I was the morning show host for the now defunct Star 108. They gave that frequency to our friends at WMUS, About 25 years or so prior to that I got my start in professional radio for an AM/FM combo which no longer exists either. (Man I must be old) Anyway, I'm back again and ready to deliver you a steady dose of your favorite rock-n-roll along with some information you can use and maybe even a grin or two. Take care and thanks for listening!
A new "succulent" brand of malt liquor is being banned in New Hampshire because of the bottle's eerie resemblance to "premium" water brands. State liquor officials say the drink, Mojo, could be confused with bottled water (though presumably not after you open it — it's 7 percent alcohol). Mojo comes in clear plastic bottles with resealable caps and in decidedly non-boozy-sounding flavors, too: Tropical Fruit, Strawberry Kiwi and Fruit Punch. The Liquor Commission states, "These products are clear liquid, resembling water and are packaged in containers that resemble specialty water products." The trend of high-alcohol drinks masquerading as non-alcoholic ones isn't a new one: Four Loko and Snoop Dogg's similarly innocuous-looking malt liquor were targeted last year for misleading packaging.