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A bowl of gravy, 1 lone doughnut: New Westminster inundated with unwanted Uber Eats deliveries – LINK

13% of People Insist That Peanut Butter Must Be Kept in the Fridge – LINK



The Best Day of the Week to Take a Day Off Is . . . Wednesday? – LINK

The Clutches of Social Media Are the Strongest on . . . Female Boomers in the Midwest? – LINK

TikTok duo goes viral for their dating tips: ‘Excuse My Grandma’ explores changing relationship ideals – LINK

51% of Pet Owners Think They Could Sell “Merch” of Their Pet to Other People – LINK

Have You Tried TikTok’s “Everything Shower” Trend? – LINK

“Lucky Girl Syndrome” Is Always Assuming Everything Will Work Out – LINK

Andean bear who twice escaped his St. Louis enclosure to be transferred to Texas zoo – LINK

Missing woman found dead in Maryland Heights apartment, man charged with murder – LINK

US Army Corps of Engineers to test Fort Belle Fontaine Park for contamination – LINK

STL female firefighter crew makes history; first woman-led firehouse team in over 150 years – LINK

Mountain lion attacks man soaking in Colorado hot tub, wildlife officials say – LINK

People Won’t Stop Stealing Silverware from Work – LINK

People Are 50% More Likely to Listen to Friends’ Advice . . . Than Advice From Experts – LINK

85% of Adults Think They’re Financially Responsible . . . But 35% Still Rely on Their Parents to Pay Bills? – LINK

“Wayne’s World 3” sounds like it might ACTUALLY happen.

In an interview with “People” magazine, Dana Carvey said it’s on the horizon.  He also said, quote, “Maybe we’ll do it in puppets.  I’m not sure . . . I’m always game.  Love Mike Myers.  Just a brilliant guy.”

He didn’t mention what the deal was with that photo he shared last month.  The one where he’s dressed as Garth painting a portrait of Mike as Wayne.



You guys like the movie Garden State? I personally love it. It introduced me to one of my favorite artists (Imogen Heap) Well, Zach Braff respects the criticism of Natalie Portman’s “manic pixie dream girl” character in “Garden State”, but says she was written in response to his depression at the time. In an interview he said, quote, “[I] had this fantasy of a dream girl coming along and saving me from myself.” The “manic pixie dream girl” trope is a female character who is usually eccentric and one-dimensional, and her sole purpose is to inspire the male protagonist. Zach said he based Natalie’s character on Diane Keaton in “Annie Hall” and Ruth Gordon in “Harold and Maude” because they were his two favorite movies growing up. Did you guys ever have a character like that in your life or imagination? I surely did in my really young years. (EW)

The Weeknd is the most popular artist in the WORLD . . . at least according to Guinness World Records. He’s set two new Spotify records:  Most monthly listeners with 111.4 million, and first artist to reach 100 million monthly listeners. His 2020 song “Blinding Lights” also has the most Spotify streams, and it’s the longest-charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 of all time with a total of 90 weeks. (TMZ)

We’ve all seen the “Woodstock” album cover by now . . . with the couple holding each other while wrapped in a blanket.  Their names were Nick Ercoline and Bobbi Kelly, and at the time, they were just dating. But they got married, and stayed together all this time. Sadly, Bobbi passed away recently after a long illness.  Nick says, quote, “She lived her life well, and left this world in a much better place.  If you knew her, you loved her.  She lived by her saying, ‘Be kind.'” Nick and Bobbi were both 20 years old, and had only been dating for less than two months when that picture was taken in 1970.  They got married in 1971. (Deadline)

Thanks to Ticketmaster’s “dynamic pricing,” and the ridiculously inflated resale market, people are getting FED UP with the cost of concert tickets.  So get this… Some people are flying to EUROPE to see concerts, and finding that it can actually save them money under the perfect circumstances. This is particularly helpful if you have airline miles or hotel points that can offset travel costs . . . or if you happen to have a friend or relative you can stay with in the vicinity of the concert. But tickets are definitely cheaper.  One “content creator” got floor seats to see Jay-Zand Beyoncé in Paris in 2018 for $92.  Those same tickets in her hometown of Dallas would have cost $900 MORE. Another woman says she paid $200 for a ticket to see Beyoncé in London that would have cost her $800 in the U.S. Costs can be more reasonable because European nations actually have consumer protection laws, and have taken steps to limit resale prices. Obviously, saving hundreds of dollars on the ticket can help mitigate the cost of travel and lodging, if you’re stuck paying for that. And even if the overall experience costs you more, you’re getting a lot more bang for your buck, because you’re turning it into a European vacation. (NBC News)

Nick Lachey has been ordered to attend anger management AND Alcoholics Anonymous, because of a confrontation with a photographer last year. It was in March of 2022 when Nick was walking with his wife Vanessa and a friend.  He noticed a woman taking his picture from inside her car, and reached in and tried to grab her phone.  He also allegedly punched her car window. He wasn’t charged, and if he successfully completes the required meetings and classes, he won’t be. After the incident, Nick denied being “violent” or “physical” with the woman, but he said, quote, “I clearly overreacted.  I’ve been in this game long enough to know that their antics are sadly part of the deal.  Stupid of me.  Done.” (WARNING:  These videos from that night contain profanity.)  

Chris Hemsworth and his wife Elsa Pataky are catching some heat for supposedly ABUSING their son.  And on his birthday, no less. Their twin sons Sasha and Tristan recently turned 9, and Chris posted a picture from the birthday celebration that bothered a lot of people. It showed Elsa shoving one of the kids’ faces into his birthday cake, while everyone else laughed. He captioned it, quote, “Only one way to eat cake in this house and that’s to have mum slam your head into it face first!!  ‘Hey mum I don’t like chocolate cake I prefer vanilla.’  ‘Oh really son, what about now?'” Commenters called it violent, unfunny, and even likened it to abuse. But others came to their defense . . . Quote, “Violent?  It’s a bit of play.  Just a bit of basic humor . . . they look like they are having a good time together.”  (Page Six)

Cameron Diaz is no longer “back in action.” The actress will reportedly retire from her acting career for good after she wraps the Netflix film “Back in Action” with Jamie Foxx so she can focus on being a mom to her 3-year-old daughter, Raddix. “These back-to-back 10-hour workdays have been a lot on her and she hates being away from Raddix,” a source says “Cameron loves being a mom more than anything in the world.” While Diaz’s husband, Benji Madden, is supportive of her acting career, her time on set has apparently “been a lot on him.” “Although she has gotten to see her family while shooting the film, it is just not the same,” the insider claimed. The Seth Gordon-directed movie was reportedly plagued with some drama, with Foxx allegedly having a tantrum on set, which led to him firing an executive producer, two directors and his driver. However, a source close to Diaz confirmed that the “Shrek” voice actress is on good terms with Foxx and that his reported “meltdown” had nothing to do with her alleged decision to re-retire from acting after this final project. “When you are in a position of authority, sometimes you have to make decisions to let people go who do not share the same vision as you,” the source said, adding that it would be “incredibly surprised if it caused any tension between Jamie and Cameron.” The source added, “Cameron is a businessperson and understands that this is necessary at times and, honestly, Jamie is the only reason that she is doing this film and they are still very close.” Still, the source explained that Diaz “hates” the “drama and confrontation” that comes with working in Hollywood. “This is why she retired from the business in the first place,” the source explained. “She has already proven herself in the industry and has nothing left to prove to anyone.