Browsing Archive: January, 2011

Is A Real Jurassic Park Next?

Posted by ChiefJack Hawk on Monday, January 17, 2011,
Japanese scientists announced this morning that they are finally launching that project we were first to tell you about last year.  If everything works out fine, they say that we'll see mammoths, those long-extinct prehistoric elephants, walking the Earth in about five years.  The plan involves getting tissue from the preserved carcass of a mammoth in a Russian laboratory.  The Japanese researchers have mastered the process, so they say, of recovering DNA from the tissue of long-dead and froz...
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Canada Tells Radio Stations To Censor 80s Hit

Posted by ChiefJack Hawk on Friday, January 14, 2011,
Canadian radio stations have been warned to censor the 1985 Dire Straits hit "Money For Nothing" after a listener of Newfoundland's OZ FM filed a complaint that the Grammy Award winning song from the album "Brothers In Arms" is derogatory to gay men.  In the song, Dire Straits frontman Mark Knopfler and fellow rock star Sting make reference to a young man as a "faggot", and the Canadian Broadcast Standards Council, the local equivalent to the FCC, says that this violates Canada's human rights...
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Australian Flooding Reaches Brisbane

Posted by ChiefJack Hawk on Wednesday, January 12, 2011,
The torrential rains that have plagued Australia since last November have left devastation in their wake as rivers overflowed their banks across much of that country's northwestern region.  Yet another monster storm over the past few days has caused the Brisbane River to send a 26 foot wall of water, which government officials have dubbed an "inland instant tsunami", through the city of Toowoomba, killing twelve people.  The flood waters have begun to enter Brisbane itself, and yesterday resi...
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About Chief Jack


Chief Jack Hawk Chief Jack has hosted The Mohawk Radio Show since August 1969. He is a champion for the cause of Indie artists, and many Indies have had great success since having their music played on the station. He is a Mohawk chief who played with a Canadian band for about 10 years. He publishes articles under the name Jacques Boulerice for Yahoo! Voices and is working on a new movie script.

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