‘A Hot Pocket?’ Man Breaks Into Wells Fargo Bank in San Diego, Allegedly to Use Microwave – NBCSanDiego
San Diego police surrounded a Wells Fargo bank in Chollas View early Wednesday after a man broke in through a window, claiming he wanted to use a microwave inside the breakroom to warm up some Hot Pockets.
Just after his arrest, a freelance photographer captured video of the man telling police about the Hot Pockets and how he had eaten two of the sandwiches while inside the bank. The photographer asked the man if the ordeal was “worth it.”
A Family’s Decision on Their New House Paint Color Accidentally Goes Viral – KOIN
Two-Thirds of Us Rarely Get Enough Sleep, and 42% Are Tired by Noon – NYPost
The U.S. has officially passed more than 100,000 deaths from coronavirus. That’s more than any other country in the world by far, and it averages out to about 900 American deaths every single day since the first known death on February 6th. (Full Story)
What Dr. Fauci wants you to know about face masks and staying home as virus spreads – PBS
Planning a visit to Las Vegas when hotels, casinos reopen June 4? Here are the rules you need to know – USAToday
Walt Disney World in Florida has set its re-opening date for July 11th . . . and everyone who goes will be required to wear a mask.
Ford has created new cop cars that can heat up to 133 degrees inside in an attempt to kill coronavirus.
Federal Inmates typically serve 85% of their sentence before being released. The Departmenet of Justice is releasing many non violent inmates serving federal sentences due to COVID 19. This mean after finally pleading guilty and agreeing to a few months behind bars in that college admissions scandal, Lori Loughlin and her husband most likely wont even see the inside of the cell. They were accused of paying $500,000 to Rick Singer and Key Worldwide Foundation to falsely designate their daughters Olivia Jade Giannulli, 20, and Isabella Rose Giannulli, 21, as recruits to the University of Southern California crew team, even though neither of them ever participated in the sport. On May 22, Loughlin, 55, confessed to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud, while Giannulli, 56, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud and one count of honest services wire and mail fraud. Under the terms of the deal, which is still pending the judge’s approval, Loughlin agreed to serve two months in prison (though the coronavirus pandemic could affect that time), pay a $150,000 fine and do 100 hours of community service, while Giannulli agreed to serve five months, pay $250,000 and do 250 hours of community service. Both could also spend two years on supervised release Loughlin and Giannulli’s sentencing has been scheduled for Aug. 21.
One person who’s not offended by that old sketch of JIMMY FALLON impersonating CHRIS ROCK with his skin darkened is JAMIE FOXX.
He responded to an E! News Instagram post about the story with the following comment: “He was doing an impression of chris rock. It wasn’t black face . . . I know it’s a tough time right now. But this one is a stretch. “On a show called ‘In Living Color’ we played every race. Let this one go. We got bigger fish to fry . . . #ChangeCourse”
Jamie Foxx’ birth name is Eric Bishop I have a list of celebrities who changed just their last name
Blake Lively was originally Blake Brown.
- Joaquin Phoenix was Joaquin Bottom.
- Diane Keaton was born Diane Hall.
- Guy Fieri was Guy Ferry.
- Olivia Wilde was Olivia Cockburn.
- John Legend was John Stephens.
- Aaron Paul was born Aaron Sturtevant.
- Tom Cruise was Thomas Mapother IV.
- Michael Keaton was Michael Douglas.
- Natalie Portman was Natalie Hershlag.
Remember when GABRIELLE UNION was let go from “America’s Got Talent” after complaining about racial insensitivity and a toxic work environment? Well, I’m happy to report that the show investigated itself, and it’s TOTALLY INNOCENT. NBC and the producers issued a statement yesterday, saying the investigation is complete, and they found, quote, “an overall culture of diversity” on the set. But they also found areas where the reporting process could be improved. They added that Gabrielle’s complaints had nothing to do with her being let go. And for the record, they say they hired an OUTSIDE investigator to do the work.
Im not saying HOWIE MANDEL’s brain predicted the pandemic but he is a notorious germaphobe with extreme OCD and he has been in this world for a long time. He has decided to do a little video on hand washing as well
HBO launched their new streaming service HBO Max yesterday, which comes with a $15 a month price tag, It has all of the traditional HBO shows, as well as a bunch of other content. The new service is offering big movie franchises from DC, the Harry Potter films, and others. It also has shows like Friends, The Big Bang Theory, Rick and Morty, Doctor Who and new episodes of Adventure Time. If you already pay for HBO, the question of whether you get a free upgrade to HBO Max has no simple answer. Some people who already have a regular HBO subscription or HBO Now will get Max for no extra cost — but that depends on if your provider has a deal with HBO or not. HBO is also not available on every streaming device, including Roku and Amazon Fire TV. It also doesn’t yet offer 4K resolution.
Here’s a mashup of Michael Scott from “The Office” being inserted into high notes from the “Frozen 2” song “Into The Unknown”.
Spotify eliminated the limit of 10,000 songs you can save in your music library on the streaming service. Now you can “like” an unlimited number of tracks. Spotify remains the leader in the streaming music competition with 130 million subscribers worldwide, compared to Apple Music’s estimated 60 million and Amazon Music’s 55 million. But for a long time, Spotify’s users – 286 million counting those who use the free version of the service – had been asking to be able to save more songs. Previously, users could save only 10,000 items in their Spotify library. When that limit was hit, they got a message saying, “Epic collection my friend. There’s no more room in Your Library. To save more, you’ll need to remove some songs or albums.” All Spotify users, whether they use the service’s free or premium tier, can now like and save as many songs as they choose. The number of songs in a playlist remains at 10,000. Premium users can still download 10,000 songs onto five different devices for offline listening. Any Spotify users still getting a message about the 10,000 song limit will get the software update soon, Spotify says.
The Raconteurs will be dropping both a new live EP and new documentary, both titled Live at Electric Lady, tomorrow. Jack White’s band will perform songs from their entire catalog, on both the EP and 60-minute documentary, which were recorded at the legendary New York studio Electric Lady.
BRET MICHAELS from POISON was held at gunpoint when he was 16 . . . but he was able to negotiate his way out of it. He said, quote, “We were out partying on a road . . . and the next thing I know, we’re all held at gunpoint. Two guys thought we robbed their house and they were going to kill us. There was no getting out of it, and I negotiated for my life.” He tells the story in his new memoir, “Auto-Scrap-Ography“, and says that time in his life really made a mark on him.
This may not surprise you, but ELVIS PRESLEY had a rhinestone-studded JOCKSTRAP . . . with his initials on the band. And it’s FOR SALE. It’s hitting the auction block courtesy of Paul Fraser Collectibles, and it’s expected to fetch $36,000. The auction house says, quote, “[It’s] Extravagant. Absurd. Sexually potent. This rhinestone-studded jockstrap is pure Elvis Presley. “I’m sure the new owner won’t be able to resist wearing it out on a Saturday night . . . the Elvis magic will work wonders, I’m certain. This is a rare opportunity to own an intimate piece of the King.”
On Tuesday, The Doobie Brothers followed virtually every other band in the free world by postponing their 2020 tour to 2021. The tour, which was supposed to start on June 9 in West Palm Beach, Florida, will now start there on June 17, 2021. The tour was supposed to have marked the band’s 50th anniversary, and was set to reunite Michael McDonald, Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons and John McFee for the first time in nearly 25 years. That lineup is still scheduled to hit the road when the band ventures out in 2021
Don’t start shouting out answers…”Rolling Stone” put together a list of the greatest debut singles. They did NOT count solo debuts by already well-known artists, but singles by new bands that happened to include established artists WERE fair game. They also stuck to MAINSTREAM releases . . . so I will give you the artist and you give me their debut single until we get to #1 then youre guessing
- “. . . Baby One More Time”, Britney Spears
- “I Want You Back”, The Jackson 5
- “Anarchy in the U.K.”, The Sex Pistols
- “Sucker M.C.’s / It’s Like That”, Run-DMC
- “Maybellene”, Chuck Berry
- “Radio Free Europe”, R.E.M.
- “Good Times Bad Times”, Led Zeppelin
- “Blitzkrieg Bop”, The Ramones
- “Old Town Road”, Lil Nas X
- “Rock Lobster”, The B-52’s
- “Creep”, Radiohead
- “Love Me Do”, The Beatles
- “Alive”, Pearl Jam
- “MMMBop”, Hanson
- “Ocean Eyes”, Billie Eilish
- “Undone – The Sweater Song”, Weezer
- “Achy Breaky Heart”, Billy Ray Cyrus
Michael Oher is 34. Former offensive tackle whose life inspired “The Blind Side”.
Kirk Gibson is 63. In 1988, he won baseball’s MVP award as a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
John Fogerty is 75.
Gladys Knight is 76. The Pips’ backup singer.
Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY…he was mayor of New York during one of the most trying times in our history. He was dubbed the Mayor of the US during the attack on 9/11. Currently – he is attorney to President Trump. Rudy Giuliani is 76 years young today.
Today’s birthday princess has been filthier than a college dorm room in 178 fine films including:
- 10 Things I Love About Milfs
- Big Boob Prison
- I Dream Of Big Boobs
- Liquid Gold Volume 7
- Mama Needs It
- Those Are The Perfect Pair
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in…Uncle Jesse is The Dirtiest Of Old Men
MISTY MENDEZ IS 45 YEARS OLD
It’s getting ugly when it comes to baseball and the discussions between the league and the players…The Players Association expects to counter MLB’s proposal by the end of this week with a plan that includes more than 100 games and a guarantee of full prorated salaries for the 2020 season. The disagreement has ramped up after the league’s first proposal Tuesday. On multiple phone calls yesterday, players essentially pledged to ignore the league’s proposal and instead offer one of their own. Nationals ace Max Scherzer, one of eight players on the MLBPA’s powerful executive subcommittee, tweeted that the pay cuts in the league’s proposal would not be accepted and the union would remain committed to players receiving their full prorated salaries. MLB’s proposal called for pay reductions on top of players’ already prorated salaries, which would be scaled to reflect the number of games played. In MLB’s 82-game proposal, Angels star Mike Trout would be paid less than $6 million, compared to the $19 million-plus he would receive prorated. Rumor is that the players are looking for a 100 game season with guaranteed full salaries for the 2020 season.
NFL coaches will vote on a proposed alternative to the onside kick today. The plan, which was proposed by the Eagles, would replace onside kicks with a 4th-and-15 from a team’s own 25-yard line. If a team secures a first down following the 4th-and-15, it would retain possession. The potential alteration does come with a set of caveats. The 4th-and-15 option can only be used in regulation and it will count as an untimed down. Standard rules would apply on the play, with all normal penalties–such as holding and pass interference– enforced. Teams will only be able to use the 4th-and-15 alternative twice per game, regardless of the score. NFL owners will also vote today on a version of the SkyJudge for the 2020 preseason, with the option to then extend it to the 2020 regular season. It’s the combo of a two-year process that involved blown calls, compromise and a group of hardworking coaches.
As a return to basketball grows ever closer, the NBA is now beginning to hone in on a potential format for its season. As for getting all 30 teams to Disney for a shortened regular season is now unlikely, a few alternatives are beginning to pop up. Those options include a “playoffs-plus” format that brings all 16 current postseason teams along with the four Western Conference bubble teams, a slightly expanded version with 24 teams, and a pool play proposal based on the World Cup. With five teams seemingly in the hunt for that final spot in the West, the NBA would likely face an uproar if it simply locked the standings in their current position and brought only 16 teams. Another important consideration is the presence of players’ families at Disney. The NBA and union are discussing a compromise allowing limited family members to come to Orlando once teams have been eliminated and more hotel rooms open up. This would allow the NBA to maintain a somewhat consistent number of total people within its bubble. As losing players and teams leave, they would be replaced by incoming family members. As of right now, rumor is in-market training camps would take place in July before scrimmages would move to Orlando. The beginning of play would come in either late July or early August. Players and coaches who were staying outside of the United States are now allowed to return.
Basketball fans looking forward to the induction of the Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 will have to wait until 2021. The original dates of Aug. 28-30 and the alternative dates of Oct. 10-12 are “just not feasible”. The board of governors will meet on June 10 to discuss specific spring dates for the rescheduled ceremony for a class that features Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, and 6 others.
Earlier this month, JOE BUCK speculated that Major League Baseball would use fake crowd noise to make broadcasts feel more natural in the absence of fans. It’s unclear if they’d also do that for the NBA, but referee SCOTT FOSTER says without live fans, the referees might hear more . . . feedback . . . from coaches on the bench . . . and viewers might hear more colorful language from the players, coaches, AND even the referees.
Quote, “I don’t know who I’d be more worried for, the players or referees at this point. I know I don’t want everything that we normally say to each other going out. There’s going to be some assistant coaches, that we haven’t really heard from before, sitting in the second row that we’ll be able to hear now, so there’s going to be some adjustment there. And . . . we’re going to need to really talk about and analyze what is okay for the public to hear and how we’re going to go about our business.”
A NASCAR Cup Series race had been slated to take place for the fourth time in 11 days until the Alsco Uniforms 500 was postponed to tonight. Several races have been interrupted or shortened by the rain since NASCAR’s return, and it happened again yesterday at Charlotte Motor Speedway. NASCAR decided to push the race back one day, so it’ll now start at 7 p.m. tonight.
Phil Mickelson, fresh off the success of Sunday’s charity golf exhibition with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, says he would like to see “The Match” become an annual event. He said QUOTE: “I think you could showcase guys like Steph Curry and Michael Jordan or Tony Romo and Patrick Mahomes, who are all good golfers, elite talents and have great personalities.” He went on to say, “Or you could have someone who loves the game and is competitive but is really entertaining like Larry David and Bill Murray. I think that could shine.” Sunday’s telecast of “The Match: Champions for Charity” attracted an average of 5.8 million viewers, making it the most watched golf telecast in cable television history.
Yesterday, The NWSL announced their “2020 Challenge Cup,” which follows the tournament guidelines similar to that of a World Cup format. The statement from the NWSL makes it the first American team sports league to officially announce a date for resumption of play. It remains to be seen if all the players will participate. The tournament format was drafted by the NWSL and agreed upon by its player union. But some players have privately questioned whether or not they would like to participate. The Cup will last one month, from June 27 to July 26. All nine teams will fly private to Utah and undergo testing upon arrival. No spectators will be allowed into Rio Tinto Stadium or any of the other Salt Lake City soccer facilities hosting the tournament. Additionally, NWSL personnel and players will self isolate and be tested for the duration of the month.