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10-17-14 Stone Enjoy by 10.31.14

STONE ENJOY BY 10.31.14
ABV: 9.4%
IBUs: 88
Style: DOUBLE IPA
Hops: AHTANUM, SUPER GALENA, SIMCOE, AMARILLO, DELTA, TARGET, CALYPSO, CASCADE, CITRA, GALAXY, NELSON SAUVIN, MOTUEKA AND HELGA

Escondido, CA
Brewery: Stone Brewing
Brewmaster: Mitch Steele

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10-15-14 KAREL ON THE STREET FLU EDITION

Karel's on the street talking flu with you! Did you catch what was said?

CHECK IT OUT BELOW!

KAREL FLU 1
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KAREL FLU 3
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10-14-14 Tinfoil Hat Tuesday


Wearing a tinfoil hat can protect you from aliens taking over your brain and/or protect you from the government controlling your thoughts. Right? Listen each week at 6:35am and 8:35am, it's Tinfoil Hat Tuesday on WILK 103.1FM!



Image on Paranormal.About.com as posted by Kyle Einertson on Pinterest

A game camera picture from Oklahoma. Who's the little girl and what is she doing in the woods in the middle of the night in her nightgown? Or is it a fake? Click to read the story at Paranormal.About.Com.



YouTube video as posted by Mister Enigma

'Sky trumpets', 'UFO booms', or 'sky quakes'? What are the strange sounds being heard from above in Albrightsville, PA? Read it at BeforeItsNews.com.



YouTube video as posted by Paranormal Crucible

Ten spooky pictures that can't be explained. Can they? Click the video and decide for yourself.



YouTube video as posted by Alien Disclosure Group

A rare medical condition or a human mutation? Why can a young Chinese boy see in the dark? Read more about Nong Youhui at OddityCentral.com.



Image as posted on PhantomsAndMonsters.com

"It came close, it came pretty close", said one man at a New Jersey treatment plant who saw this metallic something-or-other fall from the sky there last week. What is it? Read about it at PhantomsAndMonsters.com.



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Died and buried in the 13th century. With a stake through his heart. Did a Bulgarian archaeologist unearth the grave of a vampire? Find the story and pictures at The Telegraph.
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10-10-14 Riffin With Freddie

It's Nancy's birthday and there's cakes and singers swirling around Freddie's play space today. Can he riff under these conditions? Find out below and as always tune in Fridays at 7:35am for your chance to win a $25 to Jack's Northeast Music!

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10-10-14 Hardywood Park Craft Brewery Singel & Bourbon DIPA

HARDYWOOD PARK CRAFT BREWERY SINGEL & BOURBON DIPA
ABV: 6.2% / 9.4%
IBUs: 30 / 80
Style: BELGIAN SINGLE / DIPA
Hops: / COLUMBUS, CASCADE & SUMMIT
Richmond, VA
Brewery: Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
Size: 12K SQ FT
Brewmaster: BRIAN NELSON



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10-7-14 Tinfoil Hat Tuesday


It's Tinfoil Hat time again, Tinfoil Hat Tuesday, each week at 6:35am and 8:35am on WILK 103.1FM, www.wilknewsradio.com!



Witness image. (Credit: MUFON)

Roger Marsh from MUFON posts this image and the witness account of a UFO reported in Potter County, PA last week. Click OpenMinds.tv for the enlarged photo and story.



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'Beam me up, Scotty!' Well, not quite there yet but a scientist in Geneva is working on it. The story is at UnknownCountry.com.



YouTube video as posted by KEVINNOAD1

Did this little boy sneak up on a Bigfoot and get a picture? Click the video for more.



YouTube video as posted by Rás hjorturkjerulf

Did Hjortur E. Kjerulf get a video of the Loch Ness Monster? The Icelandic Commission says it's authentic. Yeah but who's the Icelandic Commission? More at DNAIndia.com.



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Al Bielek jumped off the USS Eldridge in 1943 and landed in the year 2749. Click the video to see what Al reports is ahead for us all. And for more, visit UFO Mania - The Truth Is Out There.
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Corbett Cam Remembering the Fallen

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10-6-14 AM I LYIN?

Buddy's Looking back at last weeks news events to see if he remembers them wrong or if these things can possibly happen!  Did you hear about it? Did it slip through the cracks?
Find out what has him asking "What Am I Lyin?"

HERE
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10-3-14 Boulevard Brewing Tank 7 & Long Strange Tripel

Boulevard Brewing Tank 7 & Long Strange Tripel
ABV: 8.5% / 9.2% ABV

IBUs: 38 / 23

Style: Farmhouse Ale / Tripel

Malt: Pale Malt, Malted Wheat / Pale Malt, Munich, Malted Wheat, Flaked Oats

Hops: Magnum, Bravo, Amarillo / Magnum, Styrian Golding

Other: CORN FLAKES / Dextrose

KANSAS CITY, MO

AMBASSADOR BREWER: JEREMY DANNER

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Legacy Matters More

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

All roads lead to Eric Frein.

Sadly, he’s never there when we arrive.

Flags will one day soon return to full mast for Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson, 38, and, when writing about the 31-year-old surviving trooper, some young reporter will likely forget to add a second “s” to Alex Douglass’ last name.

The hunt for the fugitive accused cop killer will continue until he’s captured – or not.

Maybe his bones will surface one day years from now in the lush Pocono wilderness where police search because they say they believe he’s there. Maybe he’ll turn up in a militias bunker in Montana. Maybe he’ll emerge from a mountain cave, hold his hands high and surrender.

Maybe this.

Maybe that.

All roads lead to the 31-year-old self-styled survivalist and expert marksman who police say ambushed two troopers in the late-night darkness of shift change at the rural Blooming Grove barracks.

But the truth is that police seem no closer to bringing him in or bringing him down than they were three weeks ago when fear and mystery gripped our region and the FBI put Frein on its ten most wanted list and offered a $100,000 reward.

Crime Stoppers offered a $75,000 reward.

Bounty hunters snarled from their lairs.

Media in-laws and outlaws growled. Some members of the press were more trouble than they are worth. A British tabloid reported a salacious rumor the alleged reporter could not prove. America’s laziest columnist covered a commuter tax meeting when reporters and commentators around the country all but parachuted into his beat.

And I took heat because I refused to stray from the story of an alleged domestic terrorist who, if guilty, assassinated a cop with a sniper rifle and then disappeared.

Some listeners said they were bored, that the entertainment value of talk radio had dulled their already dull senses. Some fringe conspiracy theorists saw bats in the night and called them helicopters. Others actively defended the alleged shooter, calling his reaction basic “blowback” in a “police state” where militarized government agents strip liberty from our Constitution with the ease of a Boy Scout stripping bark from a birch tree to make a soft mountain tea.

Fools all, they contribute only to heartache and frustration, angering those of us who see the attack as a craven assault on decency, justice, law and order.

Emails and text messages also attacked.

My father became a target.

I remembered “Shamus” and an honor guard of state police pall bearers carrying a legend to his grave as taps blew through the rain and the young troopers gently laid him to rest forever.

Death finally retired “Shamus,” who was all cop all the time.

After 34 years with the state police, as one of the most highly decorated members of the force, the man who received the first governor’s citation for heroism and who came within a hair of being killed in the line of duty, Shamus left the job not knowing what else to do.

Shamus was always a cop – an honorable and courageous member of an elite unit.

Living my father’s legacy means living Dickson’s legacy as well. I am duty-bound to carry my father in my heart and mind. Now I carry some of Dickson’s spirit as well. I must take a piece of what he was, what made him good and brave and decent, and carry that strength with me as I live my life each day.

I urge you to do the same.

Of course, Frein matters. But Dickson, Douglass and the other members of the PSP matter more. Our society depends far more on them than him. Frein is desperate,  a lost animal who will likely one day surface.

If not, so be it.

What will live forever is the legacy of honor - theirs, ours, not his.

Frein goes down in history as just another pathetic and dangerous loser.

That’s why I stand with PSP in the ongoing hunt as well as in their quest to live each day the legacy of those who went before. That’s why I dismiss and denounce critics as those who are unable, unwilling or both to understand what it takes to be a good cop, a state trooper, a man or woman who daily risks it all to do the job.

That’s what staties call it - the job – a job that for those who understand is forever sacred – a job that is always so very much more than just a job.
 
 
 
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