I was born and raised in the Grand Rapids Area. I started working in radio in Whitehall in 1985. Went back to Grand Rapids for less than a year and got a better gig in Muskegon in September of 1986. I also worked at a few restuarants and in construction while going to school before going full time in radio.
I started rockin' with WMRR in March of 2009 and never looked back! I always loved rock music and finally get to work with it everyday!
BEER MADE FROM THE CRUSHED DUST OF LUNER METEORITES
A Brewery in Delaware has come up with a beer with celestial origins. It's made from the dust that has been on the moon. The actual crushed dust of lunar meteorites.
The process included steeping the dust like tea, and adding the resulting liquid to more traditional ingredients like German malts and hops.
This "space beer" is a creation of the Dogfish Head Brewery. It's a result of a partnership with ILC Dover, the company known for creating space suits for NASA.
Dogfish is calling their brew, "Celest-jewel ale". So far, the only way to enjoy a sample is to visit the Dogfish Head brewpub in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Huge Tuna Capsizes Boat as Fisherman is Dragged into the Ocean...The 230 Pound Fish Still Captured!
Imagine fishing in a 14-foot boat, miles from land in the Pacific Ocean and landing the big one!
54-year-old fisherman, Anthony Wichman of Hawaii was doing just that about 10 miles southwest of the island of Kauai the morning of Friday, July 19th. He managed to hook a 230 pound Ahi tuna. After spending about an hour reeling it in, the giant fish capsizes his boat. Wichman is then dragged into the ocean with the fishing line wrapped around his ankle. It so happened he still had his waterproof cell phone within arm's reach. While struggling, Wichman was able to call his daughter and utter a few words. Sinking, Coast Guard, and buoy. It was enough for her to know to call for help.
Thanks to the GPS signal from his cell phone, the Coast Guard was able to locate and rescue the fisherman. Wichman's injuries were limited to some bruises and a rope burn. Two fisherman nearby were able to come to the rescue and tow his capsized boat back to land. After all that, the 230 pound tuna was still attached to the boat!
Wichman thanked the fisherman, by offering them the giant tuna!
Now that's a "fishing story" one can't forget!