I recently bought a new car and it came with a trial subscription to OnStar and SiriusXM Radio. I've always wanted OnStar, so the only decision there is which plan I'm going to subscribe to. On the other hand, I'm not a channel changer on the radio - my radio basically stays on one station all the time - so the SiriusXM is one expense that I won't have after the trial is over. I just don't need it.
Or so I thought.
After looking at the station lineup, I discovered that they have comedy channels and country channels and a Broadway channel and pop stations and..and... and the list goes on! I now have 11 - count them, 11 - presets on my radio. I am L O V I N G it! They even have stations dedicated solely to a particular decade.
One day I was listening to the 70's on 7 station, when one of my favorite songs from that era came on and I was singing it the rest of the day. Just couldn't get it out of my head. So guess what our topic is today?
70's Song Trivia
Complete the line:
They got a name for the winners in the world. I want a name when I lose. They call Alabama the Crimson Tide..........................................
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day Tues May 9 for a chance to win:
Last Question: Match these TV shows/movies into groups of three and explain your logic: Seahunt, Nashville (the movie), The Big Lebowski, Kung Fu, Norma Rae, The Grapes of Wrath.
Answer: Group 1: Sea Hunt -Lloyd Bridges, The Big Lebowski - Jeff Bridges, Norma Rae - Beau Bridges. Group 2: Nashville (the movie) - Robert Carradine, Kung Fu - David Carradine, The Grapes of Wrath - John Carradine.
Thank you to our friends at SP Richards for the last question. If you have a question you think would be good, email it to email@example.com and you might see it here someday!
See you next time - thanks for playing!