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  • [HERE IS THE PIC] Billy Ray Cyrus looks like Kenny Rogers doing George Michael cosplay – IFUNNY

Razor blades found in pizza dough as ex-employee arrested – BBC

Saco Hannaford Supermarket in Maine notified police after the blades were found in a batch of Portland Pie brand pizza dough bought at the store.

Nicholas Mitchell, a former employee of It’ll Be Pizza, which manufactures the dough, was arrested.

Was Mike Tyson Stoned Out of His Mind in This Interview? – Clip

St. Louis Blues and Soul Legend Kim Massie Has Passed Away – RFT

CONCHATA FERRELL . . . the housekeeper from “Two and a Half Men” . . . passed away on Monday at the age of 77.  She died of complications from a heart attack she had earlier this year. Conchata was on “Two and a Half Men” all 12 seasons, and landed two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Before that, she was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for “L.A. Law”.  She played Susan Bloom on Season Six. She did a ton of TV movies over the past 40 years, and was also on the shows “Hearts Afire”, “Teen Angel”, and the short-lived ’80s SITCOM “E/R””, which starred Elliott Gould. Weirdly, that show also featured a young George Clooney, who’d go on to star on the ’90s DRAMA “ER”, which was otherwise unrelated.  

Guess if David Crosby is walking back is MEH comment from the other day? He was asked about the Eddie Van Havel after Eddie dies and he said MEH…he got ripped by fans and fellow musicians. Now he says he hadn’t realized Eddie died. Does that make it better or worse?  “Yes you Van Halen fans I did just toss off an answer that was not cool,” “The even more embarrassing truth is… I didn’t even remember he had just died or I would have kept my mouth shut… I do make mistakes… no offense intended.”

Remember last month, Harris was arrested and charged with production of child pornography. The FBI opened an investigation into Harris after a pair of twin brothers accused Harris of sending one of them sexually explicit messages and requesting nude images over social media beginning when they were 13 years old. He has now admitted to targeting as many as 10 underaged boys and sexually assaulting a 15 year old in a bathroom at a public event. The details get more sordid too but the bottom line is he is facing 15 to 30 years

RONNI HAWK was one of the stars of the Disney sitcom “Stuck in the Middle”,  and now she’s in trouble for threatening to stick her boyfriend in his middle . . . with a KNIFE.  It happened back in July.  Ronni and her boyfriend got into an argument, and things escalated when he ran out of the house.  Ronni grabbed a knife and chased after him, which is NOT cool.  He escaped with only minor injuries, including scratches. Ronni was just hit with three misdemeanor counts:  Domestic battery, assault with a deadly weapon, and brandishing a knife

No more free bees on Netflix…well there is still the log in sharing I guess but no more 20 day free trails! At least in the US. That ended earlier this month. They said they are looking at other ways to get new members. There IS a new ish thing called Netflix Watch Free that launched in August that has some movies and episodes available with out a membership. Some full movies like Bird Box, Murder Myster and The Two popes. They are making just pilots available frre like Stranger Things, Love is Blind and When They See Us

We just mentioned no news on the Eddie Murphy Coming to America sequel in a while. Maybe thinking it isn’t so good after all. Amazonwould hope you are wrong because it is headed straight there and not theaters. Because of the uncertainty of the theater industry. Amazon bought the rights for $125 million.  Sources say the deal is closed by Amazon, in the $125 milliion range. Looks like a December 18th premiere date

AMC Theatres is in danger of running out of cash by the end of the year or by early 2021 if moviegoers don’t return. Attendance at the 494 of its 598 U.S. locations that finally opened up is down 85%. Theaters in LA and NY are still closed. The theater business is suffering from a lack of big blockbuster movies such as “No Time to Die” and “Soul” getting delayed or moved to streaming platforms.  Studios believe that it’s not profitable enough to release these pricey movies with Covid-19 still out there. They also argue that it’s untenable to debut a major release when movie theaters are closed in most major cities.

Music to gamers ears. Gamers have been eagerly waiting the new PlayStation 5, and that’s your start up sound.  Almost every video game console has a start up sound. This is especially true for the PlayStation and Xbox consoles, because they’ve had a start up sound for every console they’ve made so far.

GARTH BROOKS is giving us a good reason to watch tonight’s “Billboard Music Awards”.  He’ll be receiving the coveted Icon Award.  Past recipients include Neil Diamond, Cher, Prince, and Celine Dion. If you’re a Garth fan you’re thinking, “Yep, it’s about time.”  But for the people who are maybe too young to know what makes him so special, this might explain the love.  Back in 1996 he was having a beef with his record company. Even though he’d been churning out hits for years, they thought he was done.  To prove them wrong, he showed up unannounced at Fan Fair, which is now CMA Music Fest, and he signed autographs for 23 straight hours.  You heard right.  23 hours. Here’s why.  Quote, “I wanted to find out who was right.  I’m getting the message from my own record label, ‘Hey, Garth, great run, but it’s over.’  And I’m like, ‘The people have always been the boss as far as I know, so I’m just going to go out and ask them.’ “I got my answer the first hour, but by the time the line was there, I owed it to those people to stay with them.  I don’t know if I could have lived with myself if I’d left people there.”

There’s a deluxe edition of Tom Petty’s 1994 album “Wildflowers” coming out this Friday.  A new four-CD set, “Wildflowers & All the Rest“, contains session outtakes, live cuts, demos and home recordings, like this one.  (Here’s a clip of the pre-release, “You Don’t Know How It Feels”.)

Stone Temple Pilots will perform their second album, ‘Purple’, Friday October 16th.  Tickets are $10 at

Pearl Jam is celebrating the 30 years of live shows by streaming their April 2016 concert in Philadelphia from October 22nd through the 25th.  The band performs their album, ‘Ten’ in its entirety for the three-hour show.  Tickets are $15 at

Sevendust is hosting their ‘Live in Your Living Room’ show at Friday, October 23rd.  Tickets are $17.

The pandemic has forced Metallica to rethink their second annual ‘All Within My Hands’ acoustic concert.  The band has announced that 2020’s show will be a live, pay-per-view event to coincide with the event’s online auction. The band’s performance to benefit their ‘All Within My Hands” Foundation is set Saturday, November 14th. Tickets are on sale now starting at $15. This year, Metallica has raised over $645,000 for COVID-19 relief, $350,000 for wildfire relief efforts and $1.5 million in grants to 15 U.S. community colleges.

JUSTIN BIEBER finally released his new Crocs yesterday, and today there are a lot of UNHAPPY customers.  The process was a disaster from the get-go. Fans got into “virtual lines” to wait for them, and the sale was originally supposed to start at noon.  But it was pushed back an hour due to “high demand” . . . which meant some people got kicked out of the line. Also, there was supposed to be a limit of one pair per customer, but some people were using bots to take up multiple spaces in line and bypass the limit. The Crocs were sold out by 2:30. Which means that they’re probably already for sale on the secondary market at insanely inflated prices.

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“,

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

Cristiano Ronaldo Tests Positive For COVID-19

  • Soccer star and Instagram’s most-followed person Cristiano Ronaldo has coronavirus.
  • Portugal and Juventus striker Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for the coronavirus, the Portuguese football federation announced on Tuesday.
  • Portugal confirmed in a statement that Ronaldo is in isolation and not showing symptoms. He was later seen monitoring the team’s training session from a terrace of the bedroom in which he is staying in Portugal’s City of Football headquarters.
  • Portugal will be without Ronaldo when they host Sweden on Wednesday in a UEFA Nations League game.
  • He played in a match on Sunday as well as a contest last Wednesday against Spain.
  • On Monday, Ronaldo tweeted a picture of himself and his Juventus teammates having a meal together but as of now they have been tested and tests have since come back negative.

If you guys are looking for ideas to cover up your nipple tattoos you could follow Snoop Dogg and his idea.  

Here’s Snoop Dogg describing the Lakers championship tattoo that he got.  It includes a Kobe Bryant tribute.

Mike Tyson was on “Good Morning Britain” yesterday to talk about his upcoming match with Roy Jones Jr., and he looked stoned out of his gourd.  He was sleepy-eyed, and only kind of making sense.  Mike blamed it on the time difference between the U.S. and the U.K. Here is a clip from it.

Florida has suspended all football activities after multiple members of the team tested positive for the coronavirus.

The Florida Gators said Tuesday that five players tested positive for COVID-19. Tuesday afternoon, the athletic director said that the team would stop workouts and practices due to contact tracing for those positive tests. It’s reported that Florida’s number of positive cases had grown to 19. Vanderbilt’s Saturday game at Missouri was postponed on Monday because of positive coronavirus tests among Commodores players. That was the first SEC game to be postponed due to COVID-19. It will be played on Dec. 12.

Florida and LSU are set to kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN in the network’s marquee game of the day. If it’s postponed, it will likely also get moved to Dec. 12.

Staying south for a bit The Tampa Bay Rays now just need one more victory to win the ALCS, and they’ll have four opportunities to do so. Tampa Bay beat the Houston Astros 5-2 on Tuesday night in San Diego to take a 3-0 series lead. The Astros’ offense has been struggling, with a grand total of five runs in this series, but Tuesday night was more just about the Rays’ defense preventing runs.

The Atlanta Braves, the franchise that never won three postseason games in a row for 18 years, suddenly can’t lose. The Braves survived a furious ninth-inning comeback attempt by the Dodgers to eke out an 8-7 win in Game 2 of the NLCS and take a commanding 2-0 lead in the series. The Dodgers, held quiet in the first 15 innings of the series, scored three in the seventh on a Corey Seager home run and then four times in the ninth and had the tying run at third base when Mark Melancon got A.J. Pollock to ground out sharply to third base to end it. As a result, the Dodgers wound up 90 feet short of what would’ve been the largest comeback in LCS history. 

It was a battle of the undefeateds heading into Tuesday night, but in the end, only one could remain. The Titans were able to concentrate on football for the first time in what feels like a very long time and came away reaffirming they’re one of the better teams around. Led by an excellent evening from Ryan Tannehill, the Titans improved to 4-0 and sent a fellow AFC heavyweight, the Bills (4-1), to their first loss. The Buffalo Bills who looked off, as the Titans coasted to a 42-16 victory to wrap up Week 5. Ryan Tannehill was outstanding, as he passed for 195 yards, three touchdowns and rushed for 42 yards and another score. He was in total control of the offense and kept the chains moving even though he was missing two of his top three wideouts due to the coronavirus.