"Look man, you just can't take a racers bike...." At least he tried a rational approach, so there is that. Check this guy who strong armed this biker out of his ride at a local cycling fest. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day" (There was a happy ending however. See below)
There is a happy ending to this story....
Playlist for Thursday, August 1, 2019
- Graduate - Third Eye Blind
- Look What God Gave Her - Thomas Rhett
- Long Hot Summer - Keith Urban
- Danger Zone - Kenny Loggins
- Learn To Fly - Foo Fighters
- 5150 - Van Halen
- Tennessee Mountain Top - Kid Rock
- Team - Lourde
- Low - Cracker
- On A Roll - Ashley O
- Lessons In Love - Level 42
- I Like To Rock - April Wine
- Left Hand Free - Alt-J
- Fantasy - Aldo Nova
- Road To Nowhere - Talking Heads
- Stranglehold - Ted Nugent
- Just A Job To Do - Genesis
- Back In The USSR - Beatles
- Keep Away - Godsmack
- Gives You Hell - All American Rejects
- Girl Got Hot - Weezer
- Pop Life - Prince
- Top of The World - Slightly Stoopid
- Tomorrow - Silverchair
- Follow You, Follow Me - Genesis
- I Can't Wait - Nu Shooz
- Hypnotize - Notorious B.I.G.
- Head Like A Hole - Nine Inch Nails
- Radioactive - Kings of Leon
- Girls On Film - Duran Duran
- For The Love of Money - Queen Latifah/Lavert/Troop
- Mission Impossible Theme - Michael Giacchino
- Take A Look Around - Limp Bizkit
- No Problem - Chance The Rapper
- Da Butt - E.U.
- Tunnel of Love - Bruce Springsteen
The next round of Democrat debates is in the books. NBC News Radio's Michael Bower joins Tony with a look at whether there were any winners – and whether any of the candidates have momentum coming out of Detroit.
In a military operation that he was not the target of Hamza has been a shadowy figure, but in recent times has been trying more than ever to follow in his father’s footsteps and has become more volatile. Hamza, thought to be about 30 years old, was at his father's side in Afghanistan before the September 11 attacks and spent time with him in Pakistan after the US-led invasion of Afghanistan. CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons joins Tony.
It’s probably not the summer campout many of them envisioned. A group of 20 coal miners and their families have set up shop on the train tracks outside an eastern Kentucky coal mine to protest their bankrupt employer. The former employees say they haven't been paid by Black Jewel LLC and will stop any coal from leaving the Cumberland mine until they get what money is owed to them. CBS News' Jim Krusula is on his way to Cumberland, KY and checks in with Tony.
Gordon Ramsey starts a new endeavor and who is getting ratings, politics or single people? That and more in today's Entertainment News with ABC's Jason Nathanson.