About Paul

Promoting Louisiana Music for over 40 years. Opened radio station KBON 101.1FM on May 1997 for the main purpose of being able to promote our local area, mussic & culture everyday, 24/7/365. The format "Variety with a Louisiana Flavor" was the first of it's kind in the world! Others have followed and tried to copy KBON, but KBON still and will always remain a One-Of-A-Kind radio station!!

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U.S. Will Pay $2.6 Million to Train Chinese Prostitutes to Drink Responsibly on the Job

(CNSNews.com) — The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAA), a part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), will pay $2.6 million in U.S. tax dollars to train Chinese prostitutes to drink responsibly on the job. Dr. Xiaoming Li, the researcher conducting the program, is director of the Prevention Research Center at Wayne [...]

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Pentagon Paid $998,798 to Ship Two 19-Cent Washers

A small South Carolina parts supplier collected about $20.5 million over six years from the Pentagon for fraudulent shipping costs, including $998,798 for sending two 19-cent washers to an Army base in Texas, U.S. officials said. The company also billed and was paid $455,009 to ship three machine screws costing $1.31 each to Marines in [...]

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Shrimp on Prozac commit suicide

I’m not sure about you, but I have long time wondered the effect of Prozac on shrimp. I don’t know how much of our tax dollars were spent on the study, but whatever amount it was, it was worth it. I will sleep much better at night!! (Paul Marx) +++++++++++++++++ Suicidal Shrimp Study finds that [...]

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Two elderly ladies had been friends since their 30s. Now in their 80s, they still got together a couple of times a week to play cards. One day they were playing gin rummy and one of them said, “You know, we’ve been friends for many years and, please don’t get mad, but for the life [...]

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Mich. college student suspended over ‘Hot For Teacher’ journal files free-speech lawsuit

A man suspended from a Detroit-area university after writing about his  attraction to teachers in a class journal sued the school Friday for $2.2  million and four lost credits, claiming his free-speech rights were  violated. Joseph Corlett, 57, a home builder who enrolled in college because of the  weak economy, said he was an A-student [...]

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