Top 10 KEAN 105 Stories of 2011
2011 was yet another busy year for us here at KEAN 105, especially with the launch of our new websites. So, we decided to compile a list of the most visited “stories” on our website. Some you may have seen before, some you may not have read.
Regardless, we hope you take some time to reflect back on some of the big stories that were published on KEANradio.com.
Obviously, the death of Bin Laden was one of the biggest stories around the world this. Well, Navy SEAL Team 6 was responsible for the death of Bin Laden. These are the best of the best and we will never know their true identities; just that they are the soldiers who protect us without due recognition.
The SEAL team was given orders by the President to kill not capture Osama Bin Laden. They completed their mission with as few casualties as possible. Four others with Bin Laden were killed as well.
Shay shared a story with us about a pee-wee football player that was so good, he was actually limited (by the league) on the amount of touchdowns he can score. This is a fun and funny read.
Have you ever seen a rancher use a remote control car to round up his/her cattle? If not, then read this story and you can mark that off your bucket list.
Geico Insurance have always had really funny and creative commercials. But, this one, featuring Foghorn Leghorn, takes the cake.
From year to year, some costumes change and some stay the same. Well, Shay put together a list of costume ideas that were a hit for 2011.
Here's a funny one about a “talking dog”. Well, the dog doesn't actually talk, but the person who made the video put together one hilarious piece.
Early in 2011 we saw some really nasty ice storms. Well, Rudy wrote a little ditty about the best vehicles for driving in snow and ice.
Anyone that knows Rudy, knows he has 1 arm. Many have thought and many have asked “how do you tie a shoe with 1 hand?”. Well, Rudy decided to put that question to rest in this story.
We saw good times and we saw bad times in 2011. The death of Johnny Dee, of the Rocket 88's, was one of those bad times. In this story, Rudy recounts his memories of Johnny Dee and talks about the impact of his death.
A 5 year old little girl calls 911 to get the police to put her moms car back in the drive way for her. She gets home from school and can’t find mom anywhere. She finds the car keys and decides she will take the car but then realizes she can’t reach the pedals. She calls 911 for help.