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Police: Man threw grenade in Amazon delivery truck in OKC – LINK


A Daytime Romp with His Wife Gave a 66-Year-Old Guy Amnesia – LINK

Dad Bods Are Still Trendy This Summer – LINK

Women Over 40 Spend a Quarter of Their Day Thinking About Sex? – LINK

When Guys Post Shirtless Tinder Pics, Women Think They Have STDs – LINK

30% of Travelers Have Dated Someone They Met on a Plane? – LINK

The FDA Approved “Cookie-Flavored” Underwear to Prevent STIs During Oral Sex – LINK


Taco Bell Menu Says Goodbye to the Mexican Pizza (Again) – LINK

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The box office over Memorial Day Weekend was all about TOM CRUISE and “Top Gun: Maverick”. The movie broke the record for biggest Memorial Day opening of ALL TIME domestically, with $126.7 million from Friday through Sunday . . . and $156 million if you add in Monday’s total. The previous record holder was “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”, with $153 million. This was also the biggest opening for a Tom Cruise movie, and the first time he’s cleared $100 million or more.  Tom’s previous best was “War of the Worlds” . . . which had a three-day opening take of $64.9 million in 2005 (LINK)

The U.S. Navy lent Tom Cruise F/A-18 Super Hornets for the new “Top Gun” however, the studio paid as much as $11,374 an hour to use the advanced fighter planes and Cruise couldn’t touch the controls.  Tom does his own stunts and insisted that all the actors portraying pilots in Top Gun: Maverick fly in one of the fighter jets so they could understand what it feels like to be a pilot operating under the strain of immense gravitational forces. Something Tom did for the original Top Gun. Tom ended up flying more than a dozen sorties for the new movie, but a Pentagon regulation bars non-military personnel from controlling a Defense Department asset other than small arms in training scenarios, according to Glen Roberts, the chief of the Pentagon’s entertainment media office.  Instead, the actors rode behind F/A-18 pilots after completing required training on how to eject from the plane in an emergency and how to survive at sea.   

MATTHEW MORRISON was fired as a judge on the current season of “So You Think You Can Dance”.  They say he violated competition protocols . . . but we’re still waiting for someone to explain what that means. Matthew said in a statement, quote, “After filming the audition rounds and completing the selection of the 12 finalists, I did not follow competition production protocols, preventing me from being able to judge the competition fairly . . .”I cannot apologize enough to all involved and I will be watching alongside you all on what I know will be one of the best seasons yet.” He will be seen in two more pre-taped episodes.  JOJO SIWA and STEPHEN “TWITCH” BOSS are the remaining judges . . . Matthew’s replacement has yet to be announced.  The show airs on Wednesday nights on Fox (LINK)

JOHNNY DEPP isn’t sitting on his hands while he awaits the verdict in his defamation case against AMBER HEARD.  On Sunday, he was rocking out onstage with JEFF BECK in Sheffield, England. They played Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing”, Marvin Gaye’s “What’s Going On”, and “Isolation” . . . a John Lennon cover they recorded together in 2020. The defamation case went to the jury (LINK) after closing arguments on Friday.  Johnny is suing Amber for $50 million . . . she’s countersuing him for $100 million.

Netflix is treaming Norm Macdonald doing a run-through of what would’ve been his final stand-up comedy special.  Norm died of cancer before he could perform it live.  Here is a piece. So after Norm Macdonald finishes, you see his image fade on a screen that is being viewed by David Letterman, Dave Chappelle, Molly Shannon, Conan O’Brien, Adam Sandler, and David Spade.  They discuss what they’ve seen, and Norm’s joke about being paid in casino chips reminded Sandler of a time he was at Norm’s apartment back in their “SNL” days.  

The house that inspired the first “Conjuring” movie just sold for $1.53 million.  The woman who bought it plans on keeping it open to the public . . . like nighttime paranormal investigations, day tours, and livestreamed events.  And yes, she DOES believe there’s SOMETHING going on in the house.She said, quote, “This purchase is personal for me, it’s not a real estate development.  It’s around my own beliefs . . .”I don’t believe the energy here is malevolent.  Things will happen here that will startle me, but not harm me.  I look forward to experiencing things.” (LINK)

Have you binged the first part of “Stranger Things” Season 4 yet?  Then you obviously noticed that KATE BUSH’s 1985 hit “Running Up That Hill (LINK) plays a key part in the action. Well, thanks to the show, the song is now #1 on the iTunes Top Songs chart. This isn’t the first time “Stranger Things” has brought blasts from the past back into the spotlight.  In Season 3, there was a similar effect with the earworm that is the theme song of “The NeverEnding Story”

After nearly five decades, KISS is set to retire after their current tour. Gene Simmons says there are two reasons why his band’s retiring, revealing “The reason for stopping touring is because of pride and self-respect and a love and admiration for the fans.” Simmons continued on Full Metal Jackie with “The last thing you wanna be is to be a world-champion boxer and stay in the ring too long. It’s only a matter of time until your legs are not gonna be able to hold you up, and you’re gonna lose. We’ve also seen boxers who’ve stayed in the ring too long and bands who continue touring too long. And they forget lyrics and you can see the deep wrinkles on their faces… So we’re doing the right thing. We’re gonna quit while we’re on top and do the best we can.”

Guitarist Dave Navarro was forced to sit out Jane’s Addiction’s set at Welcome to Rockville due to a “long bout with COVID.”   In a now-deleted Instagram post, Navarro revealed a few days ago that he’s been dealing with “long haul COVID” since last December.  The guitarist wrote “So yeah, I’m one who came down with the ‘long haul COVID.’  I’ve been sick since December and supposedly will be back to my old self in… nobody knows how long. If there are any of you who are still suffering long after your negative results, I’m just saying you aren’t alone.”  He added “The fatigue and isolation are pretty awful but try to spend your time with the ones you love and stay creative. That’s how I’m trying to get through this thing. Also lots of spiritual practices, meditation, and yoga have been very helpful. I’ll be ok, just don’t know when.” 

The Game revealed that his next album is coming real soon. The project titled DRILLMATIC – Mind vs. Heart will be here on June 17th. 

As we await this week’s release of Post Malone’s Twelve Carat Toothache, we know who we’ll be listening for. Malone revealed the track-listing featuring the featured artists. The Weeknd, Doja Cat, Roddy Ricch, Tha Kid LAROI, and Gunna will appear on the album.  Twelve Carat Toothache drops this Friday, June 3rd. 


Rapper Waka Flocka Flame is 36.

Colin Farrell is 46

Model Brooke Shields is 57

The one and only DMC of Run-DMC, Darryl McDaniels is 58.

Corey Hart is 60. “Sunglasses at Night”.

She was Lorraine in the Back To The Future movies. Lea Thompson is 61.

Chris Elliott is 62. Star of the old Fox sitcom “Get a Life”

Susie Essman is 67. Jeff’s feisty wife Susie on “Curb Your Enthusiasm”.

He played catcher Jake Taylor in Major League. Tom Berenger is 73.

Hall of Famer Joe Namath is 79

Legendary actor and director, Clint Eastwood is 92.

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Barett Moore

Today’s birthday girl has been in 270 fine films, including:

  • 72 Cheerleader Orgy
  • Analyze These
  • Ass Good As It Gets
  • Attack of the Great White Ass 4
  • Beach Bunnies with Big Brown Eyes 3 & 9
  • Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap 4
  • Flesh Circus
  • Hefty Hooters
  • And who can forget her role in 2001’s The Toes Of Temptation

Barett Moore is 52 years old!


The Cardinals and Padres spent their Memorial Day at Busch with a little afternoon baseball – and luckily for the Cards – they came out on top with a 6-3 win.  Paul Goldschmidt continued to tear it up with a 2 run homer and extending his hitting streak to 21 games.  Dude is on FIRE.  Tonight the two teams are at it again.  6:45 first pitch start.  Adam Wainwright gets the start.

Kody Clemens, the 26-year-old son of seven-time Cy Young Award winner Roger Clemens, was brought up by the Detroit Tigers yesterday for a possible major league debut. Roger Clemens plans to be at Comerica Park today when his son could make his debut. Clemens was assigned No. 21, which his father wore with Boston from 1984 to 1996 and with Toronto for the following two seasons before switching to No. 22 with the Yankees and Houston. Detroit recalled the infielder/outfielder after putting outfielder Robbie Grossman on the 10-day injured list because of a strained neck. Clemens is expected to start in the second game of Tuesday’s doubleheader against Minnesota.

Speaking of children of former big leaguers…the projected first pick overall in the upcoming MLB Draft in July just helped their team to a state championship.  Here are some clues as to who I am talking about…he lives in Georgia…he’s an outfielder just like his pops…his dad was in the league from 96 to 2014…played with the Dodgers, Rangers, White Sox, and Yankees but started his career with the Braves….his dad’s name rhymes with Shmandruw Jones.  Yup.  You guessed it, son of Andruw….Druw Jones is the real deal.  Almost every draft you look at has him going Top 3 if not Top 1.  This year – he batted .568 with 13 homeruns…oh…he also pitched a little and went 8-1.

Even though the Blues are out, the Stanley Cup Playoffs roll on, and now we have both conference final matchups set.  In the west, it’s the Colorado Avalanche vs. the Edmonton Oilers.  The series kicks off in Colorado tonight.  Tomorrow, we have the Lightning meeting the winner of last nights Game 7 between Carolina and New York.  And the Rangers – with an exclamation point – move on with a 6-2 win against the Hurricanes.  Puck drop tomorrow is scheduled for 7PM.

Speaking of Conference Finals – over in the NBA – things are all set for the Championship.  On Sunday the Celtics beat the Heat and advance to the NBA Finals to take on the Warriors.  Jayson Tatum was named the Larry Bird Eastern Conference Finals MVP.  The Warriors/Celtics series starts on Thursday.

Arizona Cardinals cornerback Jeff Gladney was killed in a car accident early Monday morning. The Cardinals also released a statement Monday afternoon, also confirming Gladney’s death. The crash took place around 2:28 a.m. Monday. A vehicle was overturned when officers arrived. Dallas Fire-Rescue confirmed two people — a male and a female — were dead. According to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department, the crash involved two vehicles. The vehicle driven by Gladney was speeding and clipped the vehicle in front of it, losing control before hitting a beam. The two people in the other vehicle were not injured. Gladney was a first-round pick out of TCU in 2020 by the Minnesota Vikings (LINK), who released him in August after he was indicted on a charge of assault involving a former girlfriend in April 2021. He signed with the Cardinals in March after a jury found him not guilty on a felony assault charge. He was 25 years old.

Denny Hamlin picked up his second victory of the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season, winning the Coca-Cola 600 in double overtime at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday. Kyle Busch, Kevin Harvick, Chase Briscoe, and Christopher Bell rounded out the top 5.  Up next is the Enjoy Illinois 300 at Worldwide Technology Raceway at Gateway Motorsports Park.  Festivities happen all week but the race is Sunday at 2:30PM.  And if were talking racing, the INDY 500 was this weekend.  Marcus Ericsson got the the win.