Recently I saw a very good friend of mine update his status and posted a picture, then tagged a bunch of people and everyone seemed to get a quick laugh out of it. The problem was not all people found the humor is said picture and as I kept reading the thread, I saw someone post, I am sorry but I unfriend you. Let's take a look at what unfriending looks like in my world.
So last night I made my way to meet up with Danielle and a friend of hers that came into town for Thanksgiving at a bar and what was suppose to be a few cocktails turned into a beer and shot fest that lasted into the early morning hours.
When you think about the history of Lubbock's Rock Station 94.5 KFMX spanning 3 decades, FMX has been apart of some of really cool events, concerts and making people happy. What makes it even better is having pictures to remember said events.
I must warn you to not be turned off by the title of this blog. Check out the VERY NOT SAFE FOR WORK video of Ice-T and Upon A Burning Body covering "Turn Down For What," originally performed by DJ Snake And Lil John.
I am pretty sure that we can all remember the first time we heard our favorite band. Checkout this video of who I assume is a Dad taking some time to enjoy a break from the day whiling listening to Asking Alexandria for the first time.
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