Is This a Sign Someone’s Cheating? Leaving Their Phone Face Down – Mirror
The Newest Way to Get Revenge on an Ex Is . . . Hiring a Porn Star to Yell at Them – NYPost
Only a Quarter of People Say They Had Sex Last Week – YouGov
One in three Americans would give up sex for a year to instantly reach their fitness goals, according to new research. – Fox29
Absence may make the heart grow fonder for couples who choose to live apart, study finds – Telegraph
Ben & Jerry’s and Nike Have Teamed Up to Create a New Shoe – Brobible
Coronavirus: Second hairdresser at Missouri salon tests positive, exposing almost 150 people – Independent
Scenes from several states went viral this weekend. GIANT parties and crowds in places like Missouri, Maryland, Florida, Alabama, and Texas all went down without face masks or any social distancing in sight.
Every once in a while, someone in power reveals what they REALLY think about you. In an interview yesterday, a White House advisor said, quote, “our human capital stock is ready to go back to work.”
America’s billionaires have made $434 billion more since the pandemic began. They’re now worth $3.382 trillion total, up from $2.948 trillion. And just imagine, if their human capital stock all went back to work, risks be damned, that could go even higher!
With lots of cars parked on the streets and fewer people outside, car break-ins are up since the pandemic started compared with this time last year.
A sex doll company in Florida says it can’t keep up with demand since the pandemic began.
There’s a myth going around that hand sanitizer can explode if you leave it in a hot car. That’s not true . . . although it IS flammable if you hold a lighter to it.
A guy in Georgia has been charged with fraud after he filed a false report with his company claiming he had coronavirus. It cost his company more than $100,000 when they temporarily shut down as a result.
98 year old Betty White is thriving and quarantined inside of her Los Angeles home and says she is “blessed with incredibly good health. So what does she do in her downtime, “She reads the L.A. Times cover to cover,” a friend told the magazine. He continued, “She owns literally thousands of crossword puzzle books and is constantly doing them to keep her mind jumping. She will sip the occasional Vodka Martini when she feels like it and likes to snack on hot dogs and french fries! and “she attempted playing Scrabble with friends over Zoom, but is missing her game nights, her friend said. No one is allowed inside her home except those helping her. Also, the actress has “made friends with a pair of ducks who regularly visit her backyard and “waddle up to her glass door” to say hello.”
86 year old Larry King is not slowing down. As a matter of fact the guy just signed a $5 MILLION DOLLAR DEAL FOR A PODCAST CALLED “The Millionth Question,” an entertainment and celebrity interview podcast. Targeted for a mid-June debut, the hour-long podcast will feature guests across pop culture, sports, music and comedy. The podcast’s title is a nod to King’s lengthy track record as an interviewer: The ex-CNN host estimates he’s conducted more than 60,000 interviews. King is teaming up to launch the podcast with Chance King (Larry’s 21-year-old son with his seventh wife, Shawn Southwick)
72 year old Queen guitarist Brian May revealed in an Instagram video post over the weekend that he suffered a “small” heart attack. He chose to have three stents implanted, rather than undergo triple bypass surgery. “My medical adventures! Hmm… Sheer Heart Attack eh? Well, I think I always worried a little bit about that album title. I wondered if it might upset some people who had actually had heart attacks. I’m actually quite relieved now that I’m in that club – and I don’t find it upsetting at all,” the guitarist wrote in an Instagram post.
Amanda Bynes has been released from a mental health treatment facility after two months, and now says she is ‘doing well’ and head back to fashion school. She posted an update on Instagram, letting everyone know she has been released from the facility and is now staying in a “transitional living” home. She included a photo of herself inside what looks to be her new home. Yes, she still has the heart face tattoo, and the bullring piercing. Amanda claims she is headed back to FIDM fashion school and is hoping to get her Bachelor’s degree. of my life Paul 🌹” but is no longer pregnant with his child.
Carole Baskin OF ‘Tiger King’ star and her alive husband, Howard, autographed 400 official Leaf collectible trading cards wearing matching big cat costumes, went up for sale this week at $99 a pop … and they sold out in just 24 minutes. If you missed out on the signed cards, there is a the non-autographed versions are still selling for $8 each or $200 for a pack of 50.
TAYLOR SWIFT may have finally started to make good on her promise to re-record her entire back catalog . . . to get back at Scooter Braun and her former label, which sold her masters without her consent. Over the weekend, Taylor announced that she was very stoked about a cover of “Look What You Made Me Do”, which was used on the show “Killing Eve”. The cover is credited to Jack Leopards & the Dolphin Club, and a lot of people believe the male singer is Taylor’s brother Austin Swift. He’s apparently used the name Dolphin Club in the past . . . and the group has no other songs out. Also, the song’s co-producers are listed as Jack Antonoff and “Nils Sjöberg,” which is the pseudonym Taylor used when she co-wrote “This Is What You Came For” for Rihanna and Calvin Harris in 2016. Taylor hasn’t commented. Even if this is the case, it’s probably a one-off cover. But if it’s an intentional copyright workaround, it shows that Taylor is more than ready to start re-recording her music to regain control over her catalogue.
Earlier this year, JOURNEY fired their rhythm section, booting bassist Ross Valory and drummer Steve Smith. And now, they’ve announced that a VERY famous former member is returning . . . but it’s not who you’re thinking. Former “American Idol” judge RANDY JACKSON has been named the band’s permanent bassist. And they’ve also hired drummer Narada Michael Walden and keyboardist/vocalist Jason Derlatka. Randy played on Journey’s 1986 album “Raised on the Radio” and the subsequent tour. On Instagram, he said, quote, “The boys are back.” Guitarist NEAL SCHON called Journey an “ever-changing unstoppable force,” and said they’re entering “a completely new chapter.”
This is no way to celebrate the loosening of quarantine. MORGAN WALLEN was arrested for public intoxication and disorderly contact on Saturday. It was outside of Kid Rock’s Big Ass Honky Tonk & Rock ‘N’ Roll Steakhouse in Nashville. But it started INSIDE when Morgan and his friends were allegedly “kicking several glass items.” Security guards escorted them out of the place, and then the cops outside gave Morgan several opportunities to walk away . . . but he refused. He also started getting into “multiple verbal altercations with several individuals passing by.” Next thing you know he’s arrested “due to being intoxicated in public and being unable to take care of himself.” He was released on bond sometime later. Morgan tried to set the record straight Sunday on Twitter, saying he and his friends were “horse-playing with each other” and didn’t mean any harm. He apologized to the club staff and “thanked authorities for being professional and doing their job with class.”
Friday night on “The Tonight Show,” Jennifer Lopez explained some good that’s come out of being quarantined.
JOHN KRASINSKI is getting slammed for selling his YouTube show “Some Good News” to ViacomCBS. John started the show, presumably just to brighten people’s lives during the pandemic. He did eight episodes and charged nothing for them.
But there’s talk that with the sale, at least some of the content will air on CBS All Access, which is a pay service. John IS staying with the show as a producer, but he’s not hosting it anymore. Here are some of the salty comments he’s been getting on Twitter: “So he made 8 YouTube videos comprised largely of unpaid contributions from fans, sold the brand to a major conglomerate, and isn’t even going to make it anymore? Just cashed out? Does this rub anyone else the wrong way, kinda?” And this one: “This will lose the heart of SGN and become just another corporate money making watered down version of what it once was.” John hasn’t replied to the hate, but the “SGN” Twitter account said, quote, “We are going to be free and available on multiple platforms. SGN lives on and we hope you come with us.” The show’s YouTube channel has more than 2.5 million subscribers and over 70 million views. New episodes will first stream on CBS All Access, before moving to other networks within the company
The 1991 CHRISTINA APPLEGATE comedy “Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead” is getting a remake.
Buzzfeed asked their community members to name once-popular movies that they find problematic in 2020. Here are the first 10 responses (you can see the rest at the link): CHECK LINK FOR MORE: https://www.buzzfeed.com/ajanibazile/popular-problematic-movies?origin=web-hf
- Never Been Kissed (1999). “Sam had a thing for Josie even though he was her f**king teacher! Even though she was an adult pretending to be a teacher, he didn’t know she wasn’t underage! It’s disgusting and rivals even Ezra and Aria from Pretty Little Liars!”
- Sex and the City 2 (2010). “It was majorly problematic from the start. I don’t understand how it ever got made.”
- Sixteen Candles (1984). “It has aged terribly. The dream boy, Jake Ryan, talks about the ways he can take advantage of his girlfriend. Also, Ted repeatedly climbs on top of Samantha despite her protests and it’s depicted as funny and innocent because he’s a little nerd. There’s also the racism, sexism, and LGBTQ slurs that riddle the rest of the film.”
- Rush Hour (1998). “Carter made so many racist remarks towards Lee throughout the films.”
- Grease (1978). “I never understood why people think it’s still relevant. There’s a line in the song ‘Summer Nights’ where Danny’s friends say, ‘Tell me more, tell me more / Did she put up a fight?’ as a way of asking if Sandy resisted Danny’s attempts to sleep with her. Also, the ending where Sandy changes everything about herself so that she’s attractive to Danny sends the completely wrong message!”
- The Breakfast Club (1985). “I totally get that it’s nostalgic to so many ’80s kids, but I didn’t see it until I was an adult and was honestly kind of horrified. Bender straight-up sexually harasses Claire — verbally and physically — and the movie treats this as just a bump in the road towards some sort of catharsis.”
- Pretty Woman (1990). “Edward hires a sex worker then just changes her into a housewife. It’s just weird to me.”
- The Waterboy (1998). “Think about it. Bobby seems to have some sort of disability and is emotionally manipulated by his teammates to play football, all while constantly belittling him as he’s taking college classes. There’s also so much use of the r-word and so many jokes at Bobby’s expense.”
- Fifty Shades of Grey (2015). “That movie and all its sequels are super toxic portrayals of a BDSM relationship. Not only does it make people who practice BDSM look like complete freaks, but it also made it seem OK to ignore safe words.”
- Cruel Intentions (1999). “It was just so creepy to watch a stepbrother and stepsister betting on if he could get the new girl to give him her virginity and if he won, his stepsister would let him sleep with her.”
Kristen Bell has a podcast called Momsplaining and talked about her 5 and half ear old is still in diapers. But her 7 year old was a breeze
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.”
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
1. “. . . Baby One More Time”, Britney Spears
2. “I Want You Back”, The Jackson 5
3. “Anarchy in the U.K.”, The Sex Pistols
4. “Sucker M.C.’s / It’s Like That”, Run-DMC
5. “Maybellene”, Chuck Berry
6. “Radio Free Europe”, R.E.M.
7. “Good Times Bad Times”, Led Zeppelin
9. “Blitzkrieg Bop”, The Ramones
12. “Old Town Road”, Lil Nas X
15. “Rock Lobster”, The B-52’s
16. “Creep”, Radiohead
21. “Love Me Do”, The Beatles
33. “Alive”, Pearl Jam
56. “MMMBop”, Hanson
66. “Ocean Eyes”, Billie Eilish
85. “Undone – The Sweater Song”, Weezer
100. “Achy Breaky Heart”, Billy Ray Cyrus
Lauryn Hill is 45.
Matt Stone is 49. Brilliant co-creator of “South Park”.
Helena Bonham Carter is 54.
Lenny Kravitz is 56.
Bobcat Goldthwait is 58.
Hank Williams Jr. is 71.
Pam Grier is 71.
Stevie Nicks is 72.
Brent Musburger is 81. Retired play-by-play guy. He was one of our top sportscasters for nearly 50 years.
Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY….He was and possibly still is one of America’s favorite actors. Your dad, and if not your dad for sure your grandpa, loved this man. He’s an Academy Award winner…he picked up the Best Actor away in 1969. His highlights include: The Searchers, True Grit, The Quiet Man, and The Longest Day. Marion Michael Morrison…aka John Wayne…would have been 113 years old today.
Today’s birthday girl has rolled around in filth more than a prized pig on a farm in 91 fine films including:
- Broke Down
- Double Wrapped Girlfriends
- Fire & Ice
- Sorry Daddy…Whitezilla Broke Me
- The Wiener Contest
- A Hogtied Nightmare
- I’ll Take Two
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in….No Ifs, Ands….Just Butts Volume 2
Paris Kennedy is 38 YEARS OLD
People are desperate for LIVE sports . . . and “The Match: Champions for Charity” provided that over the weekend. Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning took on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady. It aired on TNT, TBS, truTV, and HLN, and averaged 5.8 million viewers, making it the most-watched golf telecast in cable TV history. In the end, Tiger and Manning outdueled Phil and Brady, partially because Brady was really, REALLY bad. Which is something we rarely get to say about him. Brady did have a couple of bright spots . . . after six holes of misery, he hit the SHOT OF HIS LIFE by holing out from the fairway, at least 130 yards away. That was good for birdie. Golfer Brooks Koepka had Tweeted a promise of a $100,000 donation to his charity foundation if Brady made a par on any front-nine hole, and that shot made him pay. Brady also made a long putt for eagle on the 11th hole. But the rest of the day was forgettable for Brady. Due to the nature of the competition, there wasn’t a traditional score. It started as “best ball,” then switched to a “modified alternate shot” format at the turn. Tiger and Manning were up by one at the end of 18 holes, so they were crowned the winners. They took it wire-to-wire . . . but Phil and Brady did make it close at the end. The event raised more than $20 million for COVID-19 relief. Also, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said he’d donate 100,000 meals if anyone hit it within 12 feet off the tee on the 16th hole. It ended up being 300,000 meals, because Phil, Brady, and Manning all did it.
The NHL is close to Phase 2 of its plan to resume the 2019-20 season and will allow players to train at team facilities in the near future. A memo sent to teams by the league office Monday said there is hope to begin Phase 2 in early June. Under the protocol, no more than six players will be allowed at team facilities at one time, and all on-ice drills must be conducted without coaches or other staff members. Teams are only allowed to hold workouts in their markets if approved by their local governments. The United States-Canada border also remains closed, which will complicate matters for Canadian and American players who could seek to return to their teams’ cities across the border. The memo says players who do not maintain permanent residences in their markets will be provided with hotel accommodations when/if they return. The NHL also requires players to undergo coronavirus testing and regular temperature checks in order to participate in Phase 2. If no testing is available, players are required to quarantine for 14 days prior to entering team facilities.
While the NBA has yet to settle on a plan to resume the 2019-20 season, canceling the remainder of the regular season and skipping immediately to the 16-team playoffs appears to be gaining momentum. ESPN is reporting that there is a “good chance” the league will do a 16-team playoff, possibly reseeding without factoring in conferences. This is apparently something the commissioner wanted all along. The plan would be to seed 1 through 16 in the postseason and go that route. There’s no excuse with travel or anything like that. It would have to pass an owner vote, and that means a bunch of Eastern Conference owners would have to agree to it.” In a 16-team structure, there would be no impact in respect to how many representatives each conference would have in the playoffs if the teams were reseeded 1-16. The NBA’s 16-best records are split evenly between the East and West. The reseeding would, however, drastically alter the matchups. Here is how a 16-team proposal—based on the teams’ records at the time of the season’s postponement in March—would look:
(1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (16) Orlando Magic
(8) Miami Heat vs. (9) Oklahoma City Thunder
(4) Los Angeles Clippers vs. (13) Dallas Mavericks
(5) Boston Celtics vs. (12) Philadelphia 76ers
(3) Toronto Raptors vs. (14) Memphis Grizzlies
(6) Denver Nuggets vs. (11) Indiana Pacers
(7) Utah Jazz vs. (10) Houston Rockets
(2) Los Angeles Lakers vs. (15) Brooklyn Nets
There would be no extra gate receipts with every game housed in one central location without fans, and there wouldn’t be any issues with travel.
Georgetown head coach and NBA Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing has returned home from the hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Ewing, 57, had announced his diagnosis Friday, urging others that the coronavirus “should not be taken lightly.” The statement from Georgetown added that he was the only member of the basketball team or coaching staff to test positive for COVID-19. A number of figures around basketball tested positive for coronavirus during the pandemic, including Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant, and New York Knicks governor James Dolan, among others. NFL executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent said on Monday the league’s pass-interference replay system, “failed miserably,” in 2019. Pass interference replay was introduced into the NFL after a missed call in the 2018 NFC Championship Game between the Saints and Rams. But the implementation of PI replay wasn’t well-received, and just 13 of 81 pass-interference challenges were successful in 2019. The NFL opted to get rid of the pass interference replay system for 2020. The league is now considering using a “sky judge,” who would serve as a booth umpire for each officiating crew.
Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship is set to offer Mike Tyson more than $20 million to come out of retirement and compete in a fight for the organization. The president of the organization said: “I think I know what we need to do to make this thing happen.” The company offered the 53-year-old $20 million earlier this month, but its next attempt will include more money as well as charitable donations. Tyson hasn’t revealed his plans for an upcoming fight but said there are plenty of options. MMA star Tito Ortiz said he has been contacted by Tyson, while Evander Holyfield also reportedly is considering a third bout. MMA legend Wanderlei Silva is another potential opponent.
Henry Cejudo (Seh-Who-Do) has officially vacated the UFC bantamweight title after announcing his retirement at UFC 249. UFC released its updated rankings Monday, but Cejudo was not listed and the bantamweight champion was blank. Cejudo, who has won titles at both bantamweight and flyweight, defeated Dominick Cruz to defend his belt before announcing his retirement in the Octagon.
Brad Keselowski notched an overtime victory in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday night. The race featured 20 lead changes—none more stunning than the 20th. Chase Elliott had passed Keselowski with around 35 laps to go and appeared to be cruising to his first Coke 600 checkered flag when Hendrick Motorsports teammate William Byron spun out to force overtime. Keselowski capitalized on the restart after Elliott was called into the pits and ended up with a disappointing second-place finish. Jimmie Johnson appeared to claim second place, but it was later revealed that his car failed inspection. The top three drivers in the Cup Series standings entering Sunday were Kevin Harvick, Joey Logano and Alex Bowman.
If the idea of late-night batting practice or eating a meal at home plate sounds appealing, the Pensacola Blue Wahoos are willing to make that a reality. The team, the Double-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, has listed Blue Wahoos Stadium in Pensacola, Florida, on Airbnb. The Blue Wahoos say it is the first time that a baseball stadium is available on the rental service. For $1,500 per night (plus fees), up to 10 guests are granted access to the stadium, which includes use of the team’s clubhouse, batting cage and field, along with a batting practice setup. Guests are welcome to hit from home plate, play catch in the outfield, run the bases, enjoy a picnic in the outfield, or find other creative uses for the field!” the listing reads. The bedroom next to the clubhouse sleeps 10, and a staff member will stay on site for security and to answer questions. The Airbnb offer is one of several alternative uses for the stadium amid the ongoing pause to the major and minor league baseball seasons due to the coronavirus pandemic. The baseball field is offered on weekends as a nine-hole disc golf course designed by team co-owner and professional golfer Bubba Watson, and a movie and fireworks night is scheduled for the end of the month