Meth, meth, meth… everywhere the kids today are making the meth. In a recent mobile meth lab bust in Mishawaka, Indiana, cops found a Camaro decked out with all the meth makings. Camaros make the classiest meth labs.
Eric Hartsburg of Indiana, was such a believer in Romney that he raised $5000 on ebay to get a gigantic Romney/Ryan logo tattoo on the side of his face. Now that the election is over and Romney is not president, Hartsburg is unsurprisingly disappointed. And we are all disappointed in him. More than the Zune tattoo guy.
Patrick Feaster, a sound historian at Indiana University specializes in bringing really old audio recordings back to life. His latest feat was bringing back an audio recording from around 1889 recorded by Emile Berliner. The record no longer exists, but Feaster was able to reconstruct the record using nothing but an old photograph of the record from 1890.
Three teens and a deputy were hospitalized during a drunk-driving simulation gone
wrong right earlier this week. The teenager who was driving was wearing a pair of goggles that are supposed to simulate what it’s like to be drunk, and apparently it worked pretty well, because the driver ended up flipping the mini Hummer after overcorrecting on a turn.
Yesterday, after almost no debate on the floor, the Indiana Senate passed a bill allowing teachers to teach religious creation stories alongside evolution in public classrooms. Because obviously that’s where religion belongs. Fuck you, Indiana.
So it turns out that the name “Harry Baals Center” was scratched from the list of names for a new government building in Fort Wayne because city leaders were afraid people might make fun of them. As if Fort Wayne has anything else going for it. Somehow, I just thought IHCers need to be keep informed.
Using just an ordinary DishTV satellite dish and a whole lot of tiny glued on mirrors, teenager Eric Jacqmain of Indiana has created a solar death ray that would make Archimedes cream his pants.
So I got an email this morning from the morning crew at 98.9 The Bear in Fort Wayne, Indiana about how much they loved IHC, so I thought I’d reciprocate and give a shout out to them that while I’ve never listened to them being in NC, I love any radio station that loves IHC.