The Buzz: Sherman Minton Bridge song, Target creates quite a stir!

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by Kelsey Starks

WHAS11.com

Posted on September 14, 2011 at 5:06 PM

Updated Wednesday, Sep 14 at 5:22 PM

Louisville, Ky. (WHAS11) - People are still talking about the Sherman Minton bridge closure but not it’s got its own song.  The crew at the Lambert and Lindsay show at 102.3 THE MAX FM aired “That Bridge Ain’t Right” – a hilarious take on the bridge closure and subsequent traffic problems.  You can hear the song by clicking here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cl_er9MQHNM&feature=player_embedded

Target is creating more than buzz… its chaos!  Stores are overrun and the Target website crashed after the discount store unveiled its new Missoni for Target collection yesterday.  It’s a designer brand loved by celebrities and now you can get the designer duds, dishes, furniture and even limited edition bikes for a fraction of the price.  Prices range from $2.99 to $500 at Target.  Just one of the designer’s knit dresses can run for as much as $1,500 at a department store.  With deals like that, you better believe it’s mostly sold out in stores.  Some people bought it in bulk and now a lot of it is being sold on E-Bay.  The collaboration is supposed to run through October 22, but with sales rivaling black Friday it could last longer.

New York’s police commissioner says some of New York’s finest were just having a little fun when they were caught on a viral video doing some dirty dancing.  It happened at last week’s West Indian Day parade, an event known for being a bit racy and sometimes a bit rowdy.  Commissioner Ray Kelly calls it “quite an unusual parade” and says the women approached the officers and the officers simply got caught up in the moment.

“You know I prefer it didn't happen, but I don't want to make too much of it,” said Commissioner Kelly.  He says none of the officers will be disciplined.

A couple in Northeastern Oregon have become an Internet sensation just for being themselves.  Esther and Bruce Huffman say their granddaughter tried to teach them to use the camera on their brand new laptop, but they weren’t sure how to turn it on.  So for almost three hilarious minutes, the candid couple made monkey faces, sang, burped and patiently waited for something to happen.  Their granddaughter called it “Web Cam 101 for Seniors” and put it on You Tube.
 

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