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Sinkhole drains man-made lake at Lone Elk Park – Fox2Now


A Study of Men’s Junk Found “Big Nose, Big Hose” Is True – NYPost

People Who Like Kinky Sex Also Like Drugs, According to the Least Surprising Study of the Week – Toronto

So It’s Come to This: People Would Rather Get-It-On with Themselves Than Another Person – Yahoo

Married People Are Sharing The Secrets They’ll Never Tell Their Spouse, And This Changes Everything – Buzzfeed

A Guy Broke into His Neighbor’s Home and Stole Their Sex Toys – TheSmokingGun


TAWNY KITAEN died Friday morning at her home in Newport Beach, California.  There’s no word yet on the cause of death.  She was 59 years old. Tawny might be most famous as an old-school “video vixen” in the WHITESNAKE videos “Here I Go Again (like), “Still of the Night (like), and “Is This Love (like).  She was married to singer DAVID COVERDALE at the time. Before that, she dated RATT guitarist ROBBIN CROSBY, and appeared on two of their album covers, including their breakout disc, “Out of the Cellar (like). She was also in the 1984 movie “Bachelor Party” with Tom Hanks, and the 1986 horror flick “Witchboard”.  Over the years, Tawny struggled with substance abuse.  Later in her career, she appeared on reality shows like “The Surreal Life”, “Botched”, and “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew”. She was married to Angels pitcher CHUCK FINLEY from 1997 to 2002.  They had two daughters, who confirmed (like) their mother’s passing on Instagram.  BOWLING FOR SOUP paid tribute to Tawny’s video career in their 2009 song “1985”

ELON MUSK hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, and strangely, it WASN’T a disaster.  In fact, it was pretty decent.  During his funnier-than-expected monologue (like), Elon said, quote, “I’m actually making history tonight as the first person with Asperger’s to host SNL.  Or at least the first to admit it.” (AUDIO) And it’s a good thing he qualified that, because he’s NOT the first.  Former “SNL” cast member DAN AYKROYD revealed (like) in 2013 that he has Asperger’s . . . and he’d hosted a decade earlier, in 2003. During Saturday’s show, Elon appeared on “Weekend Update (like)” to explain exactly what Dogecoin is.  Of course, by the end of the bit, they got him to admit it’s a HUSTLE. (AUDIO) And in the real world, Dogecoin’s value actually PLUMMETED (like) during the show.  It’s hard to say that he was the cause, though.

Over the weekend, the Jason Statham movie Wrath of Man debuted at No. 1, pulling in $8.1 million. Three more action flicks – Demon Slayer, Mortal Kombat, and Godzilla vs. Kong – rounded out the top four. Meanwhile, the only other new movie opening this weekend was a disaster – the Tiffany Haddish-Billy Crystal comedy Here Today pulled in just $900,000 despite opening in 1,200 theaters.  Cruella and A Quiet Place II open before the end of the month, followed by F9 in June and Black Widow in July.

This year’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (like) fan voting concluded late last night, and appropriately, the “Queen of Rock ’n’ Roll” Tina Turner (like) emerged victorious. Turner led the fan vote with more than 585,000 ballots. Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti secured the runner-up position with more than 545,000 votes. Rounding out the top five were new wave chart-toppers the Go-Go’s (like), heavy metal titans Iron Maiden (like) and alt-rock stalwarts Foo Fighters (like). Although the Rock Hall only shared the top five names when reporting the final vote results, as of late last night Carole King (like) was in sixth place, followed by Todd Rundgren (like)Devo (like), Dionne Warwick, Chaka Khan and Kate Bush (link). These top five artists as chosen by the voting public will comprise a fan ballot that gets tallied alongside more than 1,000 other ballots submitted by artists, historians and music industry moguls.

‘Tiger King’ star Jeff Lowe says he was mailed an anonymous letter from someone indicating they know where Carole Baskin (link)‘s missing ex-husband is … though it’s similar to a theory she’s already shot down. The letter was sent to his Tiger King Park in Oklahoma in May 2020, with no name or return address. He says all they know is it was postmarked in Providence, Rhode Island. The envelope held a single piece of paper with a handwritten note — “The corpse lies under Her House.” It’s signed by “The Faithful Witness.” Jeff and Lauren talked with a federal agent about the letter, and they told law enforcement in Hillsborough County, FL … where Don Lewis went missing in 1997. Clearly someone says they know Don’s body is buried somewhere on Carole’s Big Cat Rescue property in Tampa. Odd twist, they say Hillsborough County authorities requested the letter in May 2020 … Jeff refused, saying ‘Tiger King 2’ producers advised him to hold onto it. Jeff says filming’s wrapped now, so they are finally sending the letter to the Hillsborough County authorities, where he claims cops are planning to test it for DNA and fingerprints. 

I feel weird that I was excited at first to read this…There’s a new “Faces of Death” movie in the works. But againt if you ARE excited don’t be…For those of you too young to recall, “Faces of Death” were a series of movies that got passed around on VHS back in the early ’80s.  They claimed to show REAL scenes of humans and animals dying, but a lot of the stuff was faked . . .Including the supposed execution of an inmate in the electric chair.  It all seems pretty quaint nowadays, when you can watch real people die on a screen that fits in the palm of your hand. But back in the day, you felt like you were doing something really TABOO and SUBVERSIVE by watching these movies. Anyway, the new movie will be kind of a “meta” take on the whole thing.  It’s about a woman who stumbles upon a group that’s recreating the murders from the original “Faces of Death” online, but she doesn’t know if they’re real or fake.

A website has put together a list of “wild celebrity facts,” some real and some fake… 

Whoopi Goldberg’s real name is actually Caryn Johnson, but she passed gas so often that people kept saying she was like a whoopee cushion, so she changed her name.  (That’s TRUE.) 

Betty White is older than sliced bread. (That’s TRUE.  Betty is 99 years old and was born in 1922.  The first (like) pre-sliced loaf of bread was sold in 1928.) 

Guy Fieri’s real name is actually Guy Ferry, and he’s first cousins with Prince William and Harry.  (His real name IS Guy Ferry, but he’s not first cousins with William and Harry.) 

Jason Statham was a competitive diver before he became a professional actor.  (That’s TRUE.  He was even a member of Britain’s national diving team.  Here’s a video (link).) 

Adam Sandler came up with the premise for “Uncut Gems” after losing close to $3 million in a sports bet. (That’s FALSE.  The movie was written in 2009.  Adam didn’t become attached (like) until nearly a decade later.) 

Benedict Cumberbatch was abducted by several men with guns while filming a TV show in South Africa. (It’s TRUE.  It happened (like) in 2005 while he was filming the miniseries “To the Ends of the Earth” in South Africa.) 

Before starring on “Breaking Bad”, Aaron Paul was on “The Price Is Right” where he won a car and nearly $30,000. (Aaron WAS a contestant in 2000, and he made it to the Showcase Showdown, but his bid went over by only $132, so he lost.  

Jeremy Renner was a makeup artist before he became an actor. (It’s TRUE.) 

Michelle Pfeiffer was literally vacuum-sealed into her “Catwoman” costume while shooting “Batman Returns”. (It’s TRUE.  She said (like) it was one of the most uncomfortable things she’s ever done.) 

Bryan Cranston was the lead suspect in a giant murder investigation.  (It’s TRUE.  Someone killed the chef at a restaurant where Bryan worked, and for a brief time, Bryan was a suspect (like).  He was cleared though.)

There’s a new list online of people who were supposedly “plucked from obscurity and turned into movie stars.”   

Danny Trejo was a drug counselor who went to help a recovering drug addict, and found himself on the set of “Runaway Train”.  He ended up doing a scene with Eric Roberts. 

Jennifer Lawrence was discovered as a 14-year-old while vacationing in New York City with her family.  A scout for a modeling company spotted her, and by the end of the summer she was cast in a TV pilot. 

Chris Pratt was discovered by Tommy Chong’s daughter Rae Dawn while waiting tables at the Bubba Gump Shrimp Company. 

Rosario Dawson only stepped a few feet outside her house to be discovered.  She was chatting with friends when she was seen by “Kids” director Larry Clark. 

Norman Reedus only got discovered because he was having a really bad day.  He got fired, so a friend took him to a party to cheer him up.  There, he got tanked, and someone noticed him, and offered him a role in a play. 

Edward Furlong went to hang out with his buddies at a Boys and Girls Club . . . where he was approached by the casting director for “Terminator 2”. 

“Solo” star Alden Ehrenreich is famous because he did a solid for a friend in junior high.  A friend asked him to act in a funny video she wanted to make for her bat mitzvah.  He did.  Steven Spielberg happened to be at that bat mitzvah and was impressed with Alden. 

Charlie Hunnam got discovered because he went drunk Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve.  While he was out, he blew a kiss to an older woman.  She was a production manager, and asked him if he’d considered acting. 

Charlize Theron was struggling to pay the rent, and one day, at a bank, she was going nuts on a teller because they refused to cash her out-of-state check.  The guy behind her gave her his card.  He was a talent manager.

Kenan Thompson is 43. “SNL” superstar.

Helio Castroneves is 46. He won the fourth season of “Dancing with the Stars”

and won the Indy 500 three times. He also beat the IRS when they went after

him for tax evasion.

Filter’s Richard Patrick is 53

Young MC is 54. Biggest hit: “Bust a Move”.

Linda Evangelista is 56. Supermodel who made the famous quote: “We don’t

wake up for less than $10,000 a day.”

Tool drummer Danny Carey is 60

Bono from U2 is 61.

Chris Berman is 66. ESPN’s catchphrase-spouting, chubby legend. Do not step in front of his teleprompter.

Mark David Chapman is 66. The lunatic who killed John Lennon. He has been locked up in Attica State Prison in New York ever since. Every time he’s up for parole, Yoko Ono does everything she can to make sure he doesn’t get out.

Tito Santana is 68. Ex-pro wrestler. His finishing move was the flying forearm.

Donovan is 75. Flower-type child and ’60s singer. Biggest hits: “Mellow Yellow”,

“Sunshine Superman” and “Hurdy Gurdy Man”. He’s also the father of actress

Ione Skye.

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Kelly Wells

Today’s birthday girl has been in 691 fine films including:

– The Adventures of Shorty Mac 1

– Anaconda’s Insanity

– Anal Full Nelson 1

– Booty Annihilators 3

– Double Parked and Double Parked 16

– White Water Shafting

– Yummy

– And who could forget her role in 2005’s Hey, These Women Need Two Men 1

Kelly Wells is 37 years old

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Yesterday the Cardinals took on the Rockies at Busch and Adam Wainwright tossed 8 and a 1/3 and was fantastic.  With the win the Cards picked up the series sweep over the Rockies.  Nolan Arenado hit his first homer against his former team during the win.  The team is off today but takes on the Milwaukee Brewers tomorrow.  KK is scheduled to get the 6:45PM start tomorrow.

On Saturday the Blues got worked by the Vegas Golden Knights.  Final score 4-1.  But, in all reality – I think the team was too busy celebrating the fact that they have made the playoffs for the 44th time.  On Friday, even though the team lost in OT they got a point, and with an Avalanche win over the Kings – it was clinched.  So who will the Blues play?  It isn’t decided yet.  It’s either the Knights, the Avalanche, or the Wild.  HOWEVER – still some regular season hockey to be played.  Tonight the team is in LA for a game against the Kings…puck drops at 9PM.

The Los Angeles Angels (link)  announced (link) they designated Albert Pujols (link) for assignment on Thursday…but apparently there was more to the story. According to USA Today, Pujols grew frustrated with Joe Maddon’s managing and was particularly upset when he was not in Wednesday’s starting lineup after being told he would be the previous night. “By the time the day was over, Pujols was yelling at manager Joe Maddon, telling president John Carpino and GM Perry Minasian that he wasn’t going to retire, insisting he did not want to spend the rest of the season on the bench and blasting Maddon’s managerial skills.” Maddon previously commented on the decision to designate Pujols for assignment, saying “He does not want to be a bench player of any kind. He’s got a lot of pride.”

The Arizona Coyotes (link) parted ways with head coach Rick Tocchet (link). Tocchet’s contract is due to expire June 30, and general manager Bill Armstrong confirmed (link) Sunday he won’t be back in his present role: “After meeting with Rick, we have agreed that a coaching change is in the best interest of the club. This was a very difficult decision, but we believe that it is time for a new direction and new leadership. Rick is a very good coach and an incredible person, and we sincerely appreciate all his hard work and dedication to the Coyotes the past four years. We are grateful for everything that he has done for our organization and wish him the best of luck in the future.”

DK Metcalf did not run fast enough in the 100 meters Sunday to advance to the finals in his professional track debut. But the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver fared better than some expected for an NFL player competing against some of the world’s top sprinters. With an official time of 10.37 seconds, Metcalf finished last among the nine in his heat and 15th among the 17 who competed in the USA Track and Field Golden Games and Distance Open.

Dustin Poirier defeated Conor McGregor (link) on Jan. 23, but the latter apparently isn’t done fighting this year.  On Sunday, McGregor took to Twitter and said (link) he plans on fighting “at least” two more times this year when answering a question. That would match the total number of times he has fought since he lost to Khabib on Oct. 6, 2018. This is not the first time Conor McGregor has discussed fighting again this year. After he lost to Dustin Poirier, he told reporters (link) that “I just wasn’t as comfortable as I needed to be. It’s the inactivity. I have to dust it off and come back and that’s it. And that’s what I will do.”

Rory McIlroy found his comfort zone at Quail Hollow and left with a trophy. McIlroy closed with a 3-under 68 and made it tough on himself at the end Sunday, driving into the hazard left of the 18th fairway and needing two putts from 45 feet for a one-shot victory in the Wells Fargo Championship. Bottom of Form

What mattered was ending 18 months since his last victory in the HSBC Champions in Shanghai.  Abraham Ancer, Vikton Hovland, Keith Mitchell, and Gary Woodland rounded out your top 5.

Martin Truex Jr. (link) had himself a day.  Not only did he win the Goodyear 400 at the Darlington Raceway on Sunday—his third victory of the year—but he also won the first and second stages, capping off a hell of a performance.  Truex led for 248 of the 293 laps on Sunday. Kyle Larson, Kyle Busch (link), William Byron and Denny Hamlin rounded out the top five.