It's more than a year old, but a list dubbed the "Top 20 Worst Bands of All Time," compiled by the staff of the L.A. Weekly, is making the rounds on social media -- and the fact that it's far from a new article hasn't calmed down music fans.
TALK TOPIC: Rod wants to know your worst band of all-time. He'll take you nominations during today's show.
Numerous allegations have been made about Utah Attorney General John Swallow in recent weeks. Public sentiment about the controversy has been largely absent from the discussion. With Swallow mounting a more public defense in the last few days and legislators on the cusp of a meeting to discuss the charges and possibly move forward on impeachment, the Center for the Study of Elections and Democracy at BYU fielded a Utah Voter Poll that included a host of questions about the controversy.
GUEST ALERT: Quin Monson, of BYU, joins Rod at 5:35 p.m. to discuss this survey.
5) Bloomberg plan aims to require food composting (read story here: http://nyti.ms/11tJOFC)
4) Covering smell of natural gas with cinnamon (read story here: http://bit.ly/ZYnHtu)
3) Bullying by a sibling just as dangerous as peer bullying: study (read story here: http://nydn.us/1bOwGQc)
2) Principal proposes sex education class be taught by porn star (read story here: http://nydn.us/12RcSgH)
1) Forgetful groom fails to mention his mother in wedding speech after thanking everyone else including the caterers (read story here: http://dailym.ai/14GyQRg)
Little boys around the nation keep getting in trouble for guns – whether they’re made of plastic, formed by fingers or even fashioned from Pop-Tarts – but some experts say having “zero tolerance” for games children have played for centuries is turning the adults into bullies and backfiring on kids.
GUEST ALERT: Dr. Leonard Sax, a Pennsylvania psychologist and author of "Boys Arift," will join Rod to discuss punishments issued to children who role play with plastic/pretend guns at school at 6:35 p.m.
'The picture my son must never see': Heartbroken mother complains to school after her disabled child is left sidelined from his friends in class photograph
Read More Here and See the Controversial Picture: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2342965/Mom-left-Anna-Belanger-heartbroken-son-Miles-Belanger-wheelchair-left-class-photo.html#ixzz2WUqzL2PO
Just in case you haven't seen this. Did she do Utah proud?
#5 NFL champ skips WH visit because Obama said ‘God bless Planned Parenthood (read story here: http://bit.ly/13iBdaj)
#4 Senate passes bill creating crime of aggravated harassment of a police officer (read story here: http://bit.ly/18U9D70)
#3 Chocolate Prices Rigged: Canada (read story here: http://bit.ly/11xOkpI)
#2 Fake shark warning signs posted in Capitola, Santa Cruz (read story here: http://bit.ly/18cK2ZS)
#1 Forget gum: Eating CHEESE can prevent tooth decay because it neutralizes acid in the mouth (read story here: http://dailym.ai/11Kxlfw)
Jay Leno continued his string of humorous attacks on the White House Thursday.
On NBC’s Tonight Show, the host joked about being worried as a kid about “Big Brother” saying, “Now with Obama, we actually have a brother watching us
The personal data and private online conversations that the National Security Administration is accused of mining could be stashed in a one million square-foot, $1.9 billion facility in the Utah Valley.
Concerns over what the government will store at the Utah Data Center have been reinvigorated by the revelation that U.S. intelligence agencies have been extracting audio, video, photos, e-mails, documents and other information to track people's movements and contacts.
Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, YouTube, Skype, AOL and the lesser known Internet company PalTalk are all involved with the PRISM program, which the government insists is for national security.
The Utah Data Center which is being constructed on Camp Williams on the Salt Lake-Utah County line will be completed in October - but officials have been tight-lipped about what will be stored there.
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