Ok, for any of you living in the Bay Area you have probably listened to 95.7 Max FM. But if you have been listening recently (up to 24 hours ago) they had a strange computer voice that was counting down to zero. It went "T-Minus 15 hours, 23 minutes, 49 seconds and counting." That is just an example, but it did this counting down all the way from 24 hours (I think) down to zero, and it ended just 15 minutes ago at 7:50 Am Pst. If any of you have watched Seinfeld then you know who Peterman is, the guy who gets Elaine a job at that designer fasion place... that guy kind of works for the station and says little funny lines every once in awhile, such as - "Walnut Creek... I've always wanted to pretend that I live there", and other stuff like that. But when the countdown ended at 7:50 this morning, they announced that the station was changing to 95.7 - The Wolf, Country Hits. And they also said that they would be playing 10,000 songs (I know, it's a lot) completely commercial free. I thought this was a little fishy, and I did the math. If they play 10,000 songs and each song averages 3:30 minutes, then it would take about 24 days. But think about it, many songs will be longer than 3:30 and the radio station guy chips in every once in awhile after songs and re-announces that they are playing 10,000 songs in a row and such. Me and many other people loved that station, and I believe that the whole thing is merely an elaborate April Fools prank - here's how. Ok, so taking it that 10,000 songs (if they drag it out long enough) can total just about one month, than their little 10,000 song streak will end in about one month. And guess what day it is in one month? You guessed it - April Fools day. I think that they will come out and tell everyone it was a big joke, but I really don't think they would just change the station all of a sudden. And the guys on the station are funny, so it sounds like something they would do. Ok if you read through all of that, post your thoughts. I gotta get to school.