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Random thoughts from a DJ’s Mind.

It’s Thursday Jan 10th also know as.  Peculiar People Day. You know who you are. 

Taylor! Taylor! Taylor!

Gopher Freshman forward, and former Red Wing Winger Taylor Heise has been selected as WCHA Rookie of the Week, Powered by GoodWood Hockey.

EVERYBODY SING

A new sing-along version of the film Bohemian Rhapsody is set to screen in theaters this weekend.  The Golden Globe-winning movie will expand to play in over one-thousand-300 theaters tomorrow.  As many as 750 of those will show a sing-along edition, with lyrics appearing on screen.  Meanwhile, the film will be released on digital home video January 22nd, and on DVD and Blu-ray February 12th.

Resolutions for PETS

Pet food company NomNomNow, 61 percent of pet owners made a resolution for their dog or cat. 62 percent of pet owners said they think their dog or cat could lose some weight. I wonder what the pets would say about their owners?

And finally, I love music! What do you like?

Favorite Artist, Song or Decade of music.

Please leave your comments below.

 

 

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