Friday 12/13/13: 51 year ago...this resulted in a massive increase in the sales of Hershey Kisses...What was it? Answer: Wrapping the Hershey Kisses in Holiday Colors (Red, Green, and Silver Foil)
Thursday 12/12/13: These were introduced 185 years ago, and today a quarter billion dollars of these are sold each year...What are they? Answer: Poinsettias
Wednesday 12/11/2013: The average man spends almost a year of his life doing this...What is it? Answer: Staring at Women! (Women spend 2 1/2 months of their lives staring at men)
Tuesday 12/10/2013: According to a recent online survey...2 out of 10 of us call this person on average once a week...Who is it? Answer: Ourselves (To find our own phone)
Monday 12/9/2013: This Christmas tradition is so HUGE in Japan...people wait in line for hours to buy this on Christmas morning...What is it? Answer: KFC
Former Eagle Don Felder continues to complain about his treatment by his former bandmates. He now accuses them of revising history by downplaying his role in writing "Hotel California" in their recent documentary.
In an appearance on CBS's The Jeff Probst Show that will air Monday, Felder points out that his name comes first in the writing credits on the original vinyl record, because the band "had a policy...that whoever wrote most of the song would get first position." He claims that "years later, somehow, miraculously the credit order has changed" -- he's now credited third behind Don Henley and Glenn Frey.
In the hour-long interview, Felder also discusses trashing hotel rooms with Joe Walsh and the incident that led to his being fired by the band. He also performs "Hotel California" and a song from his new solo album, Road to Forever.