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Rules for Airbnb, Vrbo and other short-term rentals advance in St. Louis – LINK

Man says airline lost prosthetic leg, won’t reimburse him – LINK

Air Traffic Control Is Short About 3,000 Staffers As Summer Approaches — What to Know – LINK

White House pushes tougher rules on passenger compensation for flight delays and cancellations – LINK

The COVID public health emergency ends this week. Here’s what’s changing – LINK


Check out the trailer for Eva Longoria’s directorial debut, “Flamin’ Hot”.  It’s inspired by the true story behind Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.  It hits Disney+ and Hulu on June 9th.

Netflix is releasing a three-part documentary about Arnold Schwarzenegger’s life and career.  It lands June 7th.  Check out the trailer.

Disney announced that they would be (temporarily) combining Disney+ and Hulu into ONE app with separate subscriptions, possibly with ESPN+ as well, by the end of the year. Disney has also announced that they will be raising the price of Disney+’s ad-free tier.  It’s currently $10.99 a month, or $110 a year.  They did not say what the new price will be. (LINK)

Lionel Richie said his secret to anti-aging is plenty of sleep, water, and sex. The 73 year old, father of three insists he will never go under the knife to preserve his looks, saying he would hate plastic surgery based solely on the idea that you can never go back to your original way of looking afterwards. (LINK)

Doja Cat said her albums “Hot Pink” and “Planet Her” were cash grabs and everyone fell for it.  Quote, “Now I can go disappear somewhere and touch grass with my loved ones on an island while y’all weep for mediocre pop.” Naturally, some fans were UPSET and CONFUSED . . . especially since those albums include her breakthrough hit “Say So” and the Grammy-winning “Kiss Me More” with SZA. Doja followed that up with the announcement of her next album title, which is called “First of All”.  She hasn’t said whether or not it’s a cash grab.

Kim Kardashian has been courtside at the Lakers – Warriors playoff games all this week — and when a Kardashian spends time around NBA players usually there’s a love connection. With Kim being very single at the moment, gossips are speculating she’s supporting a love interest. After all, she was married to basketball player Kris Humphries… Sister Khloe dated James Harden and current Laker star Tristan Thompson… and Kendall has them all beat, having dated, allegedly, Devin BookerKyle KuzmaBen SimmonsBlake GriffinJordan Clarkson and Chandler Parsons. But sources tell TMZ she’s “absolutely not” dating anyone on either team. She’s only there to support the Lakers and hang out with her friend Sarah Staudinger, whose husband is Kim’s agent, Ari Emanuel.

Sammy Hagar joined the Hagar tribute band Three Lock Box for two songs on Sunday in Las Vegas at SOAK Pool at Palms. They did the 1972 Montrose song “Rock Candy” and his 1983 hit “Your Love Is Driving Me Crazy.”

With this year being the 55th anniversary of the formation of Led Zeppelin, writers of England’s Mojo magazine have compiled what they feel are the band’s “50 Greatest Songs.” Led Zeppelin 2 and Physical Graffiti yielded the most songs with nine each. They were followed Led Zeppelin 3 and with eight each; their self-titled 1968 debut with seven; Houses of the Holy with six; Presence with two; and In Through the Out Door with one. Over the eight studio albums Zeppelin recorded prior to the 1980 death of drummer John Bonham, they released 73 songs.

Here’s the complete list:

  1. “Kashmir” (Physical Graffiti)
  2. “When the Levee Breaks” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  3. “Whole Lotta Love” (Led Zeppelin II)
  4. “Stairway to Heaven” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  5. “Black Dog” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  6. “Since I’ve Been Loving You” (Led Zeppelin III)
  7. “Dazed and Confused” (Led Zeppelin)
  8. “Achilles Last Stand” (Presence)
  9. “Ramble On” (Led Zeppelin II)
  10. “Rock and Roll” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  11. “The Rain Song” (Houses of the Holy)
  12. “Immigrant Song” (Led Zeppelin III)
  13. “No Quarter” (Houses of the Holy)
  14. “Good Times Bad Times” (Led Zeppelin)
  15. “Over the Hills and Far Away” (Houses of the Holy)
  16. “Ten Years Gone” (Physical Graffiti)
  17. “Going to California” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  18. “Heartbreaker” (Led Zeppelin II)
  19. “In My Time of Dying” (Physical Graffiti)
  20. “Friends” (Led Zeppelin III)
  21. “Tangerine” (Led Zeppelin III)
  22. “Misty Mountain Hop” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  23. “Communication Breakdown” (Led Zeppelin)
  24. “The Battle of Evermore” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  25. “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You” (Led Zeppelin)
  26. “What Is and What Should Never Be” (Led Zeppelin II)
  27. “The Ocean” (Houses of the Holy)
  28. “The Lemon Song” (Led Zeppelin II)
  29. “Four Sticks” (Led Zeppelin IV)
  30. “Houses of the Holy” (Physical Graffiti)
  31. “Sick Again” (Physical Graffiti)
  32. “Custard Pie” (Physical Graffiti)
  33. “Trampled Underfoot” (Physical Graffiti)
  34. “Bron Y-Aur Stomp” (Led Zeppelin III)
  35. “Bring it on Home” (Led Zeppelin II)
  36. “Moby Dick” (Led Zeppelin II)
  37. “In the Light” (Physical Graffiti)
  38. “Living Loving Maid (She’s Just A Woman)” (Led Zeppelin II)
  39. “The Song Remains the Same” (Houses of the Holy)
  40. “I Can’t Quit You Baby” (Led Zeppelin)
  41. “The Wanton Song” (Physical Graffiti)
  42. “Black Mountain Side” (Led Zeppelin)
  43. “Celebration Day” (Led Zeppelin III)
  44. “How Many More Times” (Led Zeppelin)
  45. “Dancing Days” (Houses of the Holy)
  46. “Thank You” (Led Zeppelin II)
  47. “That’s the Way” (Led Zeppelin III)
  48. “For Your Life” (Presence)
  49. “Gallows Pole” (Led Zeppelin III)
  50. “In the Evening” (In Through the Out Door)

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Peter North

Today’s birthday he-whore has been in 2,155 fine films, including:

– Ali Boobie And The 40 D’s

– Ass Ventura Crack Detective

– Baby’s Got Rack

– Bimbo Bowlers from Boston

– Drivin’ Miss Daisy Crazy

– Jane Bond Meets the Man With the Golden Rod

– Mad Jack Beyond Thunderbone

– Pocahotass 1 & 2

– Pump My Ride 2

– And who can forget his role in 2005’s Womb Raider

Peter North is 66 years old