Florida woman, 46, ‘battered and scratched her boyfriend, 69, because he refused to perform a sex act on her while she was high on meth’ – Dailymail
A woman has been arrested in Florida after allegedly battering her 69-year-old boyfriend after he refused to perform a sex act on her, according to police.
Katanya Jordan, 46, was arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning after police were called to a residence along Pine Street, in Largo, just after 3am.
WOMAN INTERRUPTS GOLF ROUND BY DRIVING THROUGH NORTH CAROLINA COURSE, CRASHES INTO POND – Outkick
A Guy Attacks His Girlfriend’s Son Over Some Bad Yelp Reviews – TheSmokingGun
13% of People Believe Their House Is Haunted – PRNewswire
An Ikea in Spain held a contest where people could pick the name for the street next to the store . . . and the winner was I’m Missing a Screw Street. (Full Story)
An 11-Year-Old Stole a School Bus and Took It on a Joyride – WAFB
A restaurant in Wisconsin says it has installed lights that can kill coronavirus . . . they’re the first restaurant to do it. And an exorcist in the Philippines is warning people they’re more susceptible to demon attacks during the pandemic. (Full Story)
Here’s a new way to keep people socially distanced at a restaurant: Have them sit in their own Ferris wheel cars while they eat. There’s a restaurant in San Diego that’s planning to set that up in the next few months.
An exorcist in the Philippines is warning people that they’re more susceptible to demon attacks during the pandemic. Quote, “The devil . . . rides onto events in our surroundings, such as our problems, trials, illnesses, pain, and crisis.”
A guy who almost died of COVID-19 in April just met up with the blood plasma donor who saved his life. A new “COVID passport” system might make it possible to travel without quarantining soon. And a guy in New York has been posting lame dad jokes outside his house, just to cheer people up. (Full Story)
Now you know why 18-year-old BILLIE EILISH chooses to wear baggy clothes most of the time. Billie was spotted out in public wearing a form-fitting tank top. She didn’t look bad at all, but when the photos hit the web, the hateful snarking began. One jackass said she has a, quote, “mid-30’s wine mom body.” Luckily, Billie seemed to have more defenders than detractors. And she even responded with a sexy pic on Instagram that was captioned, “Do you really wanna go back in time?” And in her Instagram Stories, she posted a woman’s TikTok about normalizing real bodies. Making this all the more tragic is the fact that Billie made a video about body shaming earlier this year.
There’s a new documentary called “Trump vs. Hollywood”, where conservative celebrities talk about how the showbiz world looks down on them for supporting PRESIDENT TRUMP. It includes interviews with Kristy Swanson, Dean Cain, Kevin Sorbo, Isaiah Washington, Kid Rock, and Scott Baio, who says don’t forget he is armed to the teeth.
ADAM SANDLER’s golf course brawl with BOB BARKER in “Happy Gilmore” is LEGENDARY . . . and probably the highlight of the movie. But did you know that Bob wasn’t the first choice for that scene? The script was written with JOHNNY CARSON’s “Tonight Show” sidekick ED MCMAHON in mind. But when they sent him the script, he never responded. So Bob got the gig. But he would only do it on one condition: He had to win the fight. The original script actually called for Happy to beat up his celebrity partner, so that had to be changed. Apparently, Bob needed to show off the fact that he trained every night with his neighbor, CHUCK NORRIS. Here’s Adam telling the story to Dan Patrick.
“Last Man Standing” will end after its 9th season on Fox
The horror franchise “I Know What You Did Last Summer” is being turned into a series for Amazon
There’s a house for sale in California’s San Fernando Valley, but if you buy it, you might want to wipe down the bathroom before you move in. Because it’s Brad and Stacy’s house from “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”. That’s where Linda . . . played by PHOEBE CATES. . . caught Brad “enjoying himself” in the bathroom while fantasizing about her. The house is listed for $740,000, and yes, it still has the pool that was so pivotal to Brad’s fantasy.
When “Dexter” ended, a lot of people HATED the finale, but apparently, they’re going to get another shot at it. Showtime is reviving the show . . . WITH its star MICHAEL C. HALL. The only catch is that it’s only supposed to be a one-off, limited series with 10 episodes. There’s no premiere date yet, but it’ll be sometime NEXT fall. The execs at Showtime say they were only willing to revisit “Dexter” if they had a creative take that was “worthy” . . . and they’ve “found it.” There are no details on the plot yet. “Dexter” originally ran for eight seasons on Showtime, from 2006 to 2013. (SPOILER) At the end of the original show, Dexter faked his death and was living under a new name in Oregon after wrecking his boat and escaping from a hospital. So it’s very possible that the new show picks up around that.
The first ’90s song has logged ONE BILLION streams on Spotify, and it’s. “Wonderwall” by OASIS. “Wonderwall” was a really popular song when it came out in 1995, but it peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 . . . and of ALL the songs from the ’90s, “Wonderwall” is kind of a random hit to be the first to a billion. It’s only the second song from before the year 2000 to surpass a billion streams. The other is “Bohemian Rhapsody” by QUEEN, which has over 1.3 billion streams.
Normally at this time of year ELVIRA, MISTRESS OF THE DARK is entering into her busy season. But her livelihood is being threatened by COVID-19, and she’s not happy about it. And she’s fighting back IN SONG, on her new track, “Don’t Cancel Halloween”. It’s basically set to MADONNA’s “Holiday“,
GWAR is bringing their Scumdogs of The Universe’ to a livestream concert to celebrate the album’s 30th anniversary on October 30th. Tickets are available at GWAR’s website starting at $15. GWAR’s happy to perform the livestream. “We always wanted to do a concert without an audience in the room. The audience is always the worst part. Well, that and the fact that we’re constantly getting attacked by a bunch of a-holes while we try to get through a set.” GWAR’s also been encouraging fans to vote so they know who they will “kill” onstage for the next four years.
Billboard Music Awards were last night
Top Rock Artist: WINNER: Panic! At The Disco
Top Rock Album: WINNER: Tool “Fear Inoculum”
Top Christian Artist: WINNER: Lauren Daigle
Top Gospel Artist: WINNER: Kanye West
Top Christian Album: WINNER: Kanye West “Jesus is King”
Top Gospel Album WINNER: Kanye West “Jesus is King” Top
Top Christian Song: WINNER: For King & Country “God Only Knows”
Top Gospel Song: WINNER: Kanye West “Follow God”
Top Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Male Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Billboard 200 Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Hot 100 Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Streaming Songs Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Song Sales Artist: WINNER: Lizzo
Top Rap Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Rap Male Artist: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Rap Tour: WINNER: Post Malone
Top Rap Album: WINNER: Post Malone “Hollywood’s Bleeding”
The album “Savage Mode 2” by 21 Savage and Metro Boomin is #1 on the Billboard 200 this week . . . becoming just the 13th collaborative album to top the chart since it was first introduced in 1956. Here are a few of the albums that have done it:
“TCB” by Diana Ross & The Supremes with The Temptations, 1969
The “A Star Is Born” soundtrack, by Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, 1977
“Double Fantasy” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono, 1980
“Unfinished Business” by R. Kelly and Jay-Z, 2004
“MTV Ultimate Mashups Presents: Collision Course” by Jay-Z and Linkin Park, 2004
“Watch the Throne” by Jay-Z and Kanye West, 2011
“Cheek to Cheek” by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga, 2014
“What a Time to Be Alive” by Drake and Future, 2015
The “A Star Is Born” soundtrack, by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, 2018
An Umpire Was One Pitch Away from Being the First to Call Every Pitch Correctly in a Game – CloseCallGames
The Houston Astros have NOT been popular with baseball fans in the aftermath of their cheating scandal . . . and THIS won’t help. Astros pitcher ZACK GREINKE was asked if he missed the fans this year, which seems like a dumb question. But surprisingly, Zack said he PREFERS pitching in empty stadiums. And he wasn’t being sarcastic.
He said this: AUDIO
And no, it’s not because loud fans make it harder to hear the trash can banging they’re using to cheat. It’s because fans are . . . ANNOYING. (???) Well, at least he’s being HONEST. Which is something we’re not used to getting from Astros players.
Legendary University of Alabama coach NICK SABAN has contracted the coronavirus, but thankfully he’s been asymptomatic and feels fine. Here’s Nick on how he’s feeling, and the precautions they were taking. AUDIO
Alabama is ranked #2, and they have a HUGE game this Saturday against #3 Georgia. Saban coached practice over Zoom from home, but it’s unclear what will happen for the game.
Obviously, Saban won’t be on the sidelines UNLESS he’s able to log a series of negative tests in the coming days to prove that this was a false positive.
But that’s unlikely, because Alabama’s athletic director also tested positive. As of last night, no one else at Alabama has returned a positive test. But if it turns out that others were infected, it’s possible the game could be postponed.
This isn’t the only COVID-19 disruption in college football. The SEC postponed Florida’s game this weekend against the defending national champion LSU because of positive tests . . . and this weekend’s Missouri / Vanderbilt game was also postponed.
St. Louis will be the site of the NCAA Division I hockey championships in 2025 after hosting a regional in 2024, the NCAA announced Wednesday along with hundreds of other championship sites. The regionals will be held at the Centene Community Ice Center and the championships the following year at Enterprise Center. It will be the third time the event has been held in St. Louis and the first since 2007. (The other was 1975.) St. Louis also was named as a first- and second-round site for the 2026 men’s NCAA basketball tournament at Enterprise Center after having the same event canceled this year due to the coronavirus. The host institution for hockey will be the University of Vermont, which on its surface seems unusual until you consider that the Blues president, Chris Zimmerman, played hockey at Vermont. The city did not make the cut for the NCAA soccer championships, which the St. Louis Sport Commission had hoped to land for the new MLS stadium. The sports commission made bids on 51 events.
All winter athletes in NCAA Division I sports will be given an additional year of eligibility, and all football programs will be allowed to compete in bowl games — regardless of their records — as part of one-time rule changes in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The NCAA’s Division I Council voted to approve both measures this week during its annual meetings. Council chair Grace Calhoun, the athletic director at Penn, said the council wanted to provide as much opportunity and flexibility to athletes as possible amid the uncertainty hanging over this year of college sports.