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Buzz Adams

Miguel de Montague "Buzz" Adams was born in 1992, the last in the noble Merovingian bloodline. As an infant, the young heir-apparent was kidnapped by Sardinian  pirates and spent his formative years pillaging the high seas and eventually becoming the world's most deadly sword-fighter.  In his late teens, Buzz entered a Tibetan monastery where he learned to levitate and mind-read. He also invented time-travel. After solving Fermat's Last Theorem at Cambridge in 1991, Adams relocated to El Paso, Texas where he has worked for KLAQ ever since. Buzz Adams was recently told to update his on-line bio and knows that no one in management will bother to check his work.

Dirty Monday Night Football: Bears vs. Packers

Chicago beat Green Bay last night 27-20 and we have a recap of all the action. This week's Dirty Monday Night Football would get an NC-17 rating if it weren't all taken out of context!

Click the jump link to hear this week's naughty, naughty play-by-play...

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KLAQ MoSho Wows Fans as Marvel Zombies

The KLAQ Halloween Parade was, once again, a smashing success due in no small part to the KLAQ Morning Show's tribute to Marvel Zombies. Check out the photo...

Pictured, from left to right..
      Zombie Thor

Secret Identity: Duke Keith

Main Power: Super Asgardian appetite for brains and donuts but mostly donuts.


    Zombie Woverine

Secret Identity: Mando "The Monster" Medina

Main Power:  Super recuperation from everything except male pattern baldness

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Halloween Game: Which Body is the Corpse in These Creepy Victorian Photographs?

In the late 19th and early 20th century, it was not uncommon for people to have photographs made of their deceased loved ones. These photos, called "Memento Mori", seem really creepy to us but look at it from a Victorian's perspective: photography was still so new (and expensive) that not many people had their photo taken. When a loved one died, it was your last chance to have a photograph taken to remember them by.

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El Paso’s Worst Week Ever

A fight at a Northeast fast-food establishment. Throat-slashing at a local heavy metal show. Worst of all, the El Paso (shudder) Chihuahua's.

Listen to the report yourself from EPWWE host Fernando Cuevas, below...

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MOSHO Interview with the Real Captain Phillips

Here is the audio of our interview with Richard Phillips who is portrayed by Tom Hanks in the new movie Captain Phillips.

An especially interesting part is the 7 minute mark when Captain Phillips talks about the allegations by some of his crew that instead of being a hero, as portrayed in the movie, he was actually responsible for the hijacking because of his recklessness. You can hear why Captain Phillips thinks they are saying these things about him...

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10 Signs the KLAQ Haunted House May Not Be So Great This Year

NO, WAIT! I'm not saying our Haunted House isn't great. It is extremely great and at a reasonable price and you should totally go. It's open every night at 1323 Lee Trevino.

What I meant was, here are some signs you would see if our Haunted House wasn't living up to it's usual high, terrifying standards...


1.) The only thing being "haunted" is our conscience for charging 10 bucks for a 10 minute walk-thru.

2.) None of our “evil clowns” are as evil as the ones used as fast food mascots.

  3.) Instead of spending money on expensive zombie makeup, we just hired meth addicts.

  4.)Kids under 12 aren’t allowed in. Not because it’s too scary but because some of our employees are required by a court order to stay 500 feet away from children.


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Mexican Monster Truck Tragedy: No Freak Accident

8 people were killed and 79 injured when an out-of-control monster truck plowed into a crowd of spectators on the outskirts of Chihuahua Saturday. News reports are referring to this as a "freak accident" but if you watch the video you'll clearly (it's posted below),

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6 Surprising Upsides to the Government Shutdown

As of 12:01 EST yesterday morning the U.S. Government has been closed. "Non-essential" programs have been stopped and most of their employees are on furlough. At least 800,000 federal employees are sitting at home without pay...and the ones still working are doing it for free and hoping they get back-pay when all this gets sorted out.  National Parks and monuments are closed. A lot of government funded medical research is on hold or has been scaled way back. This weekends Army/Air Force game may have to be canceled.

But, it's not all doom and gloom. I am a positive, glass-is-half-full type of person. I always look for the silver lining.

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