Question of the Day

Yesterday, we asked: On Oct. 21st Meat Loaf’s Bat Out Of Hell album celebrated its 40th anniversary. Todd Rundgren says he agreed to produce the record because he thought it would be a funny parody of what artist?

Answer: Bruce Springsteen. As Rundgren said, “I saw the whole presentation as being a spoof of Bruce Springsteen, and that’s why I decided to do it,” adding, “as it turned out, you know, Max Weinberg and Roy Bittan from the E Street Band wound up playing on the record, so that kind of made it even spoofier.”

Congrats to Dan Rosenbaum, first to tweet the correct answer: “Springsteen, which was, um, not right.”

Your question of the day for today is…A Florida couple who ordered storage totes from Amazon recently got an extra surprise when the package arrived. What did they find inside?

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