I (or "Number Nine", as the scientists at Playing Creator Labs referred to me) was born as part of a government program aimed at creating super humans that would one day bring about the destruction of all living beings with more than 4 legs, take humanity to a new era called "The Equestrian Enoch", and cook the perfect omelet. While the program was ultimately a failure, I escaped the cruel dis-figuration of my fellow test subjects (including Charlie Sheen, Miley Cyrus, Dave Grohl, etc.), was adopted by a tribe of half-men, half-women in northern Washington, living out a quiet existence in their complex system of caves and tunnels. That was, until recently, when in a fit of brilliance, I took Pi to its final digit. Astounded by my discovery, the mathematical community appointed me “King of Nerds,” and I toured the world writing out my theorem on chalkboards for heads of state, royalty, and Cher. Tired of the fast paced life of a mathematics god, I chose to join the media world, where I work today. As you were reading this paragraph, I counted to infinity twice.
Buffalo Chip Is Giving One Band The Chance Of A Lifetime
Each year, the city of Sturgis hosts hundreds of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts in the largest gathering of riders in the nation. With all of those bikers converging on this small town, it's easy for a band to gain a slew of fans and fame with one killer performance. Now, the Buffalo Chip is giving one lucky band that exact opportunity.
Wyoming Has Lowest State/Local Tax Burden In U.S.
Wyoming has a lot going for it. Lots of open spaces, not very many people, plenty of beautiful country, some fantastic national and state parks - we really have everything one could ask for...and we also shoulder the lowest state/local tax burden in the U.S.
WYOmericana Caravan Tour Rambles In May
While it's always been known that Wyoming has some great musicians, three bands have taken it upon themselves to spread that knowledge through the Rocky Mountain region.
Jalan Crossland Receives Wyoming Governor’s Arts Award
Jalan Crossland was recently honored at the 2012 Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards. The annual dinner and ceremony was held February 8thin the Grand Ballroom of Little America Resort in Cheyenne. The Ten Sleep resident is only the second musician to receive the Governor’s Arts Award in the last decade...