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New Android Streaming App

By Heath Bilbrey.

Rock 101 KLOL Streaming App for Android

We are happy to announce the release of our new streaming app for the Android platform. Live streaming has never been easier, or more fun. Listen to our live stream 24/7 anywhere in the world with a Wi-Fi or data connection on your Android phone, or tablet. The app features display of the title and artist. Easy access buttons to our social media pages, as well as the ability to change the main screen logo to your favorite. Just tap the logo to change. It's free and it's waiting for your at the Goggle Play Store now.

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Movie Trivia

By Admin.

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
  • Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)
  • Thelma & Louise (1991)
  • Jurassic Park (1993)
  • Alien: Resurrection (1997)
  • Fight Club (1999)
  • Lord of the Rings (2001)
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron (2013)
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) Arnold Schwarzenegger earned $15 million for speaking a total of 700 words of dialogue — which breaks down to $21,429 per word. The phrase "Hasta la vista, baby" cost a mere $85,716.
  • Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) The items on Austin Powers' briefly-glimpsed "Things to Do Before I Die" list include: 1.) Become international man of mystery 2.) Save world from certain doom 3.) Find true love 4.) Go to outer space 5.) Travel through time backward and forward 6.) Be cryogenically frozen 7.) Catch Dr. Evil in the first act 8.) Threesome with Japanese twins 9.) Earn Daddy's respect.
  • Thelma & Louise (1991) Then-struggling actor George Clooney auditioned five times for the part of sexy hitchhiker J.D., a role which director Ridley Scott ultimately gave to Brad Pitt, catapulting his career. Others in contention for the cowboy role: Scott Baio, Johnny Depp, Tom Cruise, Christopher Atkins, Sean Penn, Kevin Bacon, and Alec Baldwin.
  • Jurassic Park (1993) The giant Tyrannosaurus rex occasionally malfunctioned when it rained. Producer Kathleen Kennedy recalls, "The T. Rex went into the heebie-jeebies sometimes. Scared the crap out of us. We'd be, like, eating lunch, and all of a sudden a T. Rex would come alive. At first, we didn't know what was happening, and then we realized it was the rain. You'd hear people start screaming."
  • Alien: Resurrection (1997) Sigourney Weaver actually made the behind-the-back, half-court basketball shot successfully after two weeks of basketball tutoring. When the day came to shoot the scene, director Jean-Pierre Jeunet wanted to have the ball dropped in from above, after capturing Weaver throwing it, rather than wait for her to sink the shot herself, as that "would probably take about 200 takes." Weaver insisted that she could get the shot in herself — and sank the shot on the very first take.
  • Fight Club (1999) After the copyright warning on the Fight Club DVD, there is another warning from Tyler Durden, which appears only for a second: "If you are reading this, then this warning is for you. Every word you read of this useless fine print is another second off your life. Don't you have other things to do? Is your life so empty that you honestly can't think of a better way to spend these moments? Or are you so impressed with authority that you give respect and credence to all who claim it? Do you read everything you're supposed to read? Do you think everything you're supposed to think? Buy what you're told you should want? Get out of your apartment. Meet a member of the opposite sex. Stop the excessive shopping and masturbation. Quit your job. Start a fight. Prove you're alive. If you don't claim your humanity you will become a statistic. You have been warned ... Tyler."
  • Lord of the Rings (2001) The cast often had to fly to remote shoot locations by helicopter. But Sean Bean was afraid of flying. So, when the crew shot the scenes of the Fellowship crossing the snowy mountains, Bean would spend two hours every morning climbing from the base of the mountain to the set near the top, already dressed as Boromir. The cast and crew would pass him as they flew up.
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron (2013) Scarlett Johansson was pregnant during filming. So, many of her scenes were scheduled early before she began to show. To help hide her pregnancy later in filming, three stunt doubles were hired, causing much confusion among the other actors since, according to them, all of the stunt women looked very similar to Johansson. Chris Evans stated that it got to the point where he would say hello and start a conversation with one of them, only to realize that the person he was talking to wasn't Johansson. Ultimately, CGI was used in some scenes to hide Johansson's belly.


Texans fall to Colts

By Jason Storm.

In what seemed like a no brainer win on paper after learning that Colts QB Andrew Luck would not play due to injury, as well as backup Matt Hasselbeck being sick with a bacterial infection all week. The Texans found a way to lose anyway. A game filled with Texans penalties is becoming a trend, and this game was no better. That falls squarely on the coaching staff for failing to correct the problem in that regard.

Speaking of coaching mistakes. After a roughing the passer penalty on the Colts half way through the 2nd quarter, Texans starting QB Ryan Mallett needed to leave the game for at least one play, or the coach could have called a timeout to allow his QB to collect himself. Instead, O'Brien inserted Bryan Hoyer, but on the next play when Mallett was ready to return, O'Brien refused to reinsert his starting QB. I think some would argue that allowing Hoyer to finish the drive is not unreasonable, but certainly as long as Mallett was fine he would return in the 2nd half right?

It was not to be. O'Brien stuck with Hoyer the rest of the game despite Mallett going 7/10 for 50 yards. That's 70% completion percentage and a respectful 7.14 yards per attempt. Mallett did however have one INT in the Texans red zone when a catchable ball went through Fosters hands. How do you yank your starting QB on a roughing the passer call when was playing well and driving the team? All due respect to O'Brien for sticking with Mallett this week after pulling him late in the game during the blowout to Atlanta, but it was a short week and the best decision.

Hoyer played well in relief of Mallett and led the team on four scoring drives. The first a 36 yard FG by kicker Nick Novack. The second came just before the half on a 42 yard hail-mary TD pass to rookie wide out Jaelen Strong, who until today had been inactive on game day since the start of the season. The third drive came in the third quarter and led to another TD pass to the rookie on a blown coverage in the back of the end zone where Strong was left uncovered by Colts defenders. Pretty impressive debut, even though busted coverage was responsible for allowing Strong to haul in both passes. The final scoring drive was on an 8 play drive the ended with a Nick Novack FG from 49 yards out leaving 6:11 remaining in regulation.

The Texans defense, who struggled all night to put the brakes on the Colts offense finally did their job forcing a punt leaving Hoyer with 3:35 and three time outs to drive 64 yards for a game tying TD. Things were looking good to at least tie things up and force overtime, but that's when the wheels started to come off. Hoyer completed a 21 yard strike to Hopkins, but it was negated by a 15 yard penalty for Unsportsmanlike Conduct on Hopkins for throwing the ball at the defender after being forced out of bounds right in front of flabbergasted head coach Bill O'Brien. The return of Andre Johnson in an enemy uniform was supposed to be only a footnote. But after Dre had been held by opponents to a mere 7 catches went of for six catches for 77 yards and 2 TD's. Leave it to  what was supposed to be a top 5 defense to make Dre look elite again.

The Texans drove down to the Colts 38 yard line by the two minute warning, still with all three timeouts remaining. On the next play, Hoyer showed his true colors throwing the ball up for grabs that was easily intercepted by the Colts safety Mike Adams with no Texans receiver within 10 yards of the ball. The Texans still had some hope. With 1:45 left and all three timeouts, all the defense had to do was force a three and out while using up their times outs. But on 3rd and 6, Colts QB Hasselbeck hit T.Y. Hilton for a 13 yard completion effectively ending the game.

O'Brien had a respectful rookie head coaching debut in 2014 with a 9-7 record, just barely missing the playoffs. But the honeymoon seems to be over as the Texans have stumbled badly out of the gate. From the bad decision to have a QB competition all the way through camp and into the 3rd game of the pre-season, with an ongoing QB carrousel, to a squad who cannot stop generating penalties and is getting beat in all phases of the game. Some, if not most of that has to be put on the head coach for not having his players prepared to play. "We gotta coach better, and players gotta play better" is getting old with the fans and while O'Brien says there still a lot of football to be played. People are already turning to the Astros and the Rockets as the Texans continue to stink up the field.

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