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A Man Was Arrested for Stealing Five Cans of Axe Body Spray – LINK

Man rescued from tunnel he was allegedly digging to rob bank in Rome – LINK

A Drug Dealer Was Arrested After Sending a “Random Text” to a County Commissioner – LINK

NYC man arrested allegedly with 420 pounds of weed in car – LINK

A Couple Was Arrested After Having Sex on a Huge Ferris Wheel – LINK

How AirTags led police to an alleged luggage thief at Florida airport – LINK

CRIME Firefighter Battled Blaze He Allegedly Set – LINK

Woman Arrested for Murder After Inmate Dies Following Visitation Kiss – LINK

Dodgers broadcaster reportedly fractures hand/wrist, ribs after riding Bernie’s Slide in Brewers’ ballpark – LINK


Ronnie James Dio Adds a Philosophical Twist to ‘Last in Line’ Video in New Doc Clip – LINK

Remember when Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation built those homes in the Lower 9th Ward of New Orleans, in order to help people displaced by Hurricane Katrina? And remember how his foundation got SUED because the homes were supposedly poorly built? Well, Make It Right has made an agreement with a nonprofit called Global Green . . . who will fork over $20.5 million so all the problems can be fixed. Brad issued a statement saying he was, quote, “incredibly grateful for Global Green’s willingness to step up and provide this important support for the Lower Ninth families.” A source adds, quote, “Brad has confidence in the Make It Right team; he made a promise to the people of the Lower Ninth and he intends to keep fulfilling it, and to keep contributing money as he has been all this time.”

Everyone remembers the scene in “Silence of the Lambs” where the serial killer Buffalo Bill is naked, with his package TUCKED, seducing himself in a mirror . . . right? Well, the song playing in the background is called “Goodbye Horses”.  And sadly, the woman who sang it passed away recently.  Her name was Diane Luckey, although she went by Q Lazzarus.  She was 59. Supposedly, “Lambs” director Jonathan Demme discovered her when he was in a taxi she was driving, and she played him a demo. He first used “Goodbye Horses” in the 1988 movie “Married with the Mob”. . . and put one of her other songs in his 1986 film “Something Wild”.

AMC Theatres announced Thursday that it will play Grease in 135 of its theaters this weekend as a way of paying tribute to the film’s iconic star, the late Olivia Newton-John. The movie is being offered at a special rate for a great cause. Just $5 a ticket with $1 of every ticket sold going to AMC’s charitable fund, AMC Cares. The proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research. Grease was first released in 1978 co-starring John Travolta and is still considered one of the most enduring film musicals of all time. Olivia Newton-John died on August 8 at her ranch in Southern California after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 73.

Back in 2001 . . . in the early days of the reality TV boom . . . ABC had a show called “The Mole”. It featured a group of contestants working together on a series of challenges.  Each successful task would add money to a pot that only ONE of them would eventually win. But one of the contestants was secretly THE MOLE . . . whose job was to work AGAINST the contestants and try to make sure they FAILED. Well, Netflix is bringing it back this fall.  There’s no word on an exact release date, but the show was already shot last year. The original version aired for two seasons with Anderson Cooper as host, then there were two more CELEBRITY seasons hosted by Ahmad Rashad.  ABC revived it in 2008, but it only lasted one summer.

Jonah Hill has announced that he will no longer promote his films within the near future to avoid anxiety attacks. He wrote “I have finished directing my second film, a documentary about me and my therapist which explores mental health in general called ‘Stutz’. Through this journey of self-discovery within the film, I have come to the understanding that I have spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances and public facing events.” Hill added “You won’t see me out there promoting this film, or any of my upcoming films, while I take this important step to protect myself. If I made myself sicker by going out there and promoting it, I wouldn’t be acting true to myself or to the film.” He acknowledged his privilege since he doesn’t have to risk his job to focus on his mental health.

As Denise Richards showed us, you’re never too old to join OnlyFans.  And 54-year-old former “Baywatch” minx Donna D’Errico followed her lead. But don’t expect any porn.  In an Instagram post, she laid out her content goals as follows: What you will see:  Bikini and lingerie modeling pics, outtakes from magazine editorials, me doing funny things in bikinis because I have such an incredible sense of humor yet am also so humble, new and vintage behind-the-scenes photos & videos, and whatever else I decide I want to post. What you will not see:  My hoo-ha. What I don’t want to see:  Your manhood.

Jameela Jamil plays a character called Titania on the new Disney+ series “She-Hulk: Attorney at Law”.  And she really enjoyed doing her own stunts.  Even though it came at a cost.  She says, quote, “I was hurting in a place that I really didn’t know exists.  Like, you’ll probably have to bleep this out, but I pulled a muscle in my [B-hole].  I didn’t know that was possible!” She added that stunt work was, quote, “something I’ve never done before, because I’m the ultimate couch potato.  I am just a puddle with bangs.”

What could be better than having Robert De Niro play a gangster in your mob movie?  How about having Robert De Niro play TWO gangsters in your mob movie? In the upcoming film “Wise Guys”, De Niro will play real-life, rival mobsters Vito Genovese and Frank Costello. Genovese tried to have Costello killed, and while the attempt failed, it basically forced Costello into retirement. So in other words, you could say that in this movie, De Niro will try to WHACK HIMSELF. It’ll be directed by Barry Levinson, the guy who did “Rain Man”“The Natural”, and “Good Morning Vietnam”. FYI, the script for “Wise Guys” was written by Nicholas Pileggi.  And he has a legit track record when it comes to mob movies. He wrote the books “Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family” and “Casino: Love and Honor in Las Vegas”. . . which became the movies “Goodfellas” and “Casino”.  He also wrote the screenplays for them.

Here are some trailers on the blog of what you can see in theaters this weekend.  Beast staring Idris Elba…Orphan: First Kill which is a prequel to the original Orphan movie…and…Spin Me Round which is a comedy staring Alison Brie.

Eminem posted a Twitter photo of himself, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg in a recording studio.  Em captioned the pic saying, “Just a few bros.. hangin out.” So what do we know? Eminem did not elaborate any more on the picture.  Last week, Snoop admitted to Entertainment Tonight that he and Dre were recording but didn’t say much more.  There’s also speculation that Dre is finally wrapping up work on his long-rumored Detox album.  The three last appeared together at the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

Snoop Dogg has a new breakfast cereal.  And no, it does NOT contain cannabis.  But it has a name that’s fun to say whether you’re high or not:  SNOOP LOOPZ. Snoop Loopz are gluten-free, and they have marshmallows . . . which make ALL cereals better. They’re part of Snoop’s Broadus Foods line, and some of the proceeds go to charities like Door of Hope, which benefits the homeless.  Jack White has a serious question about Snoop Loopz:  Just how many marshmallows are in it? In an Instagram post, Jack noted that the box has the phrase “More Marshmallows” on it.  And he says, quote, “More than what?  If this is in fact a brand-new cereal, it can’t be more marshmallows than “before. Is it a statement that this cereal has more marshmallows than say . . . a bag of sand, or a typical Caesar salad? Or, is it a DEMAND from Snoop Dogg himself that we just have more marshmallows in this world in general?  That last theory is my hope.”

When it comes to Christmas music, who is the “Queen of Christmas“?  And should there even be one?  Mariah Carey is trying to trademark that moniker, but Christmas singer Elizabeth Chan is trying to stop her.  Chan has been calling herself that and even has an album titled “The Queen of Christmas”.  She believes NO ONE should monopolize the term. But Darlene Love claims SHE was named “The Queen of Christmas” by David Letterman, before Mariah’s “All I Want for Christmas” came out.  Darlene released the classic “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) in 1963, and sang it on Letterman every holiday for years.  She says “I’m 81 years of age and I’m NOT changing anything.  I’ve been in the business for 52 years and can still hit those high notes!  If Mariah has a problem, call David or my lawyer!”

So, it’s time to end the debate. Or make it even more complicated.  This has been going around this week and it’s perfect for a Friday quiz.  We are looking at the GREATEST ROCK SONGWRITERS OF ALL TIME.  Now, this is a fan voted list…but let’s see if you can get the TOP 10.

  1. Freddie Mercury
  2. Tom Petty
  3. Johnny Cash
  4. Billy Joel
  5. Roger Waters
  6. Bob Dylan
  7. John Lennon
  8. Paul McCartney
  9. George Harrison
  10. Mick Jagger


Rapper Fat Joe is 52. 

Chandler from “Friends”, Matthew Perry is 53. 

Country singer Lee Ann Womack is 56. 

Kevin Bacon’s wife, actress Kyra Sedgwick is 57. 

Johnny Drama from Entourage, Kevin Dillon is 57. 

John Stamos is 59.

 Former President Bill Clinton is 76 

On Saturday 

Demi Lovato is 30 

Andrew Garfield is 39. 

Amy Adams is 48 

Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit is 52. 

Rap pioneer KRS-One is 57. 

Al Roker is 68. 

Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant is 74. 

Former newswoman who’s married to Maury Povich, Connie Chung is 76 

And on Sunday 

Hayden Panettiere is 33. 

Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is 36. 

The twins who sued Mark Zuckerberg for allegedly stealing their idea to create Facebook, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss are 41. 

System of a Down singer Serj Tankian is 55 

Former Chicago Bears quarterback Jim McMahon is 63. 

Samantha from “Sex and the City”, Kim Cattrall is 66.


Olivia Austin

Today’s birthday girl has been in 359 fine films, including:

  • Amazing Asses 20
  • Big Boob Orgy 6
  • Big Boobie Heaven 2
  • Big Booty Tryouts 2
  • Daddy Daughter Swap
  • Girl On Girl Oil Wrestling
  • The Mandingo Massacre 12
  • Seduced By A Cougar 55
  • Your Mom’s the Bomb
  • And who can forget her role in 2015’s My Ass Is A Place of Worship

Olivia Austin is 36 years old

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Wainwright, was rocking that no-hitter until the seventh inning on Saturday against Milwaukee, pitching 9 innings of one-run ball. Last night, he held the Rockies to only three hits and he struck out seven and guess how many walks he gave up. None. None more walks for the fifth time this season. He retired the final 13 men in succession. Add a little 3rd inning pinch-hit GRAND SLAM from Albert and you have yourself a little 13-0 day baseball. Pujols has homered three times in the past three games and four times in a week. He totally refused the curtain call though. Just kidding. Pujols is one base shy of Cardinals great Stan Musial for second place all time at 6,133 total bases. Lately, he has passed the likes of Willie Mays, Ty Cobb and other Hall of Famers in various categories. This was his 16th grand-slam, 13 of them in St. Louis. On that he’s tied Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth and … Dave Kingman for 10th on the career charts. Wainwright got win #193. 12th Shutout for the Cards this year. 2nd behind those Mets. Cards beat the Rockies 13-0 and tonight they play the Diamondbacks in Arizona with a game start of 840pm.

Deshaun Watson and the Cleveland Browns just got some bad news. The NFL and the NFL Players Association have decided on Deshaun’s official punishment . . . and it’s worse than the initial recommendation.
He’s suspended for 11 games and will pay a $5 million fine. He also has to undergo a, quote, “professional evaluation by behavioral experts and will follow their treatment program.”
Even though Deshaun agreed to all this, he’s not admitting to anything. Quote, “I’m moving on with my career and my life, and I’m going to continue to stand on my innocence.
“Just because settlements and things like that happen, doesn’t mean that person is guilty for anything.”
Browns co-owner Jimmy Haslam, said, quote, “People deserve second chances. Is he never supposed to play again? Is he never supposed to be part of society? Does he get no chance to rehabilitate himself?
“And that’s what we’re going to do. That doesn’t mean we don’t have empathy for people affected and we will continue to do so.”
When people questioned Haslam and the whole “second chance” narrative, he actually admitted, quote, “You can say that’s because he’s a star quarterback. Well, of course.”
Watson is accused of sexual misconduct with more than TWO DOZEN women during massage therapy sessions.

Shaquille O’Neal is a giver. He says, quote, “My favorite thing to do is when I’m in Best Buy, Walmart, if I see a kid, get them something that I see he’s looking at.
“Oh, like yesterday I saw a couple kids. I bought a couple bikes, a couple more scooters.”
Of course, he makes them ask their parents first because, quote, “You don’t want kids to get used to having a stranger come up and say, ‘Hey, I got a whole lot of money. Can I buy you something?'”
He adds, quote, “I try to make every day a meaningful moment for a fan, and especially a kid.” Shaq never records his good deeds, but sometimes other people do. Like the time he saw a homeless woman in front of a restaurant and gave her a plate of food. The video went viral, which allowed the woman’s family to find her.

Pro golfer Patrick Reed filed a lawsuit against commentator Brandel Chamblee and the Golf Channel, seeking $750 million in damages for defamation.
Reed alleges that Chamblee, a Golf Channel analyst, has “actively” targeted Reed to “destroy his reputation, create hate, and a hostile work environment” for the player (LINK)

Teachers will be calling on a lot more Kobes in about five years. As KTLA reports, the name “Kobe” tops the list of baby names presumably inspired by sports stars between 2000 and 2021. The list, compiled by Betsperts, found that more than 17,000 infants born in the US in that time period were given the same name as the NBA great, who was killed in a helicopter crash in January 2020. After his death, parents’ selection of “Kobe” saw a whopping 201% spike from the previous year. That percentage increase was topped by none other than “Tiger” (for Tiger Woods), which experienced a 225% jump between 2009 and 2010. Here are the top 10 names:
1. Kobe Bryant, “Kobe,” 17,071
2. David Beckham, “Beckham,” 12,211
3. Serena Williams, “Serena,” 10,620
4. Sidney Crosby, “Crosby,” 4,397
5. Carli Lloyd, “Carli,” 4,102
6. Floyd Mayweather, “Floyd,” 2,144
7. Venus Williams, “Venus,” 1,876
8. Marshawn Lynch, “Marshawn” 1,719
9. LeBron James, “LeBron,” 1,112
10. Tiger Woods, “Tiger,” 810

Not every Major League Baseball team is capable of spending a quarter of a billion dollars on payroll each season. Some organizations don’t have the revenue streams to compete, others are rebuilding and some just might have frugal owners. We know the top spenders. Teams like the Los Angeles Dodgers ($265.2 million), New York Mets ($262.1 million) and New York Yankees ($252.2 million) are each spending more than $200 million this season on player salary than the team with the league’s lowest payroll:

So let’s play a guessing game. Who’s at the bottom?
Mets pitcher Max Scherzer, the league’s highest paid player this season at $43.3 million, is making nearly the same amount as the Orioles’ entire 26-man roster at $43.43 million.
Which teams have the bottom 10 payrolls in baseball?
(All payroll information courtesy of Spotrac)
10. Cincinnati Reds
Payroll: $112.9 million
Highest-paid player: Joey Votto, 1B, $25 million
Record: 46-70
Last season’s payroll: $126.6 million (16 of 30)
9. Seattle Mariners
Payroll: $112.7 million
Highest-paid player: Robbie Ray, SP, $21 million
Record: 65-54
Last season’s payroll: $83.8 million (25 of 30)
8. Kansas City Royals
Payroll: $92 million
Highest-paid player: Salvador Perez, C, $18 million
Record: 48-71
Last season’s payroll: $91.6 million (21 of 30)
7. Tampa Bay Rays
Payroll: $90.8 million
Highest-paid player: Kevin Kiermaier, CF, $12.2 million
Record: 62-54
Last season’s payroll: $70.8 million (26 of 30)
6. Arizona Diamondbacks
Payroll: $84.6 million
Highest-paid player: Madison Bumgarner, SP, $23 million
Record: 54-63
Last season’s payroll: $91.2 million (22 of 30)

5. Miami Marlins
Payroll: $82.7 million
Highest-paid player: Avisail Garcia, OF, $12 million
Record: 52-66
Last season’s payroll: $58.2 million (27 of 30)
4. Cleveland Guardians
Payroll: $66.2 million
Highest-paid player: Jose Ramirez, 3B, $22 million
Record: 63-55
Last season’s payroll: $50.7 million (29 of 30)
3. Pittsburgh Pirates
Payroll: $65.9 million
Highest-paid player: Ke’Bryan Hayes, 3B, $10 million; Felipe Vazquez, RP, $10 million
Record: 45-72
Last season’s payroll: $54.4 million (28 of 30)
2. Oakland Athletics
Payroll: $47.8 million
Highest-paid player: Chad Pinder, OF, $2.7 million
Record: 43-76
Last season’s payroll: $90.4 million (23 of 30)
1. Baltimore Orioles
Payroll: $43.4 million
Highest-paid player: Jordan Lyles, SP, $6 million
Record: 61-57
Last season’s payroll: $42.4 million (30 of 30) (LINK)