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Here’s the Most Embarrassing Thanksgiving Google Search in Every State – Zippia

Stores Are Offering a Much Lower Average Discount This Black Friday Than Last Year . . . Here Are the Rankings – Wallethub

Family fight to keep ‘cheeky’ photo of daughter, 13, showing ‘up yours’ sign on grave – TheSun

Boeing’s 737 Max gets approval to fly passengers again – CNN

St. Louis Mayor Krewson announces retirement – KSDK

Delta will continue to block middle seats on all flights through March 31, 2021 – WTVR

Parkway School District Board votes to move some students to all-virtual learning – Fox2Now

More news to be cautiously optimistic about on the testing and vaccine front:  The FDA has cleared the first at-home test that gives you results in 30 minutes . . . and Pfizer’s vaccine was 95% effective in clinical trials with no serious side effects.

New Orleans has already banned Mardi Gras parades for next year because of the pandemic.  And Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is working on rescheduling Carnival celebrations to next July.

Weddings in Ohio are now banned from having DANCING . . . and people need to stay seated at all times.


Bobby Brown has lost another kid … his son Bobby Brown Jr who was only 28. has died.  Bobby Jr. was found dead yesterday in his home in the L.A. area. As of 330 this morning cops were still there and no foul play was suspected.  Bobby Jr.’s half-sister Bobbi Kristina died when she was just 22 years old after she was found lifeless in the bathtub of her Georgia home. She was on life support for several months before she passed in July 2015. The coroner determined Bobbi Kristina’s cause of death was drowning in the tub while she had toxic levels of cocaine and alcohol in her system. Rewind to mom Whitney Houston, who had died 3 years earlier from an accidental overdose while in a bathtub at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Jr. is one of Bobby’s seven children. He was 13 when he, along with Bobbi Kristina, appeared on the family’s short-lived Bravo reality show, “Being Bobby Brown.” His mother is Kim Ward, who Bobby dated off and on for 11 years before he got engaged to Whitney. 

NAYA RIVERA’s ex-husband RYAN DORSEY has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of their 5-year-old son Josey. Ryan is suing Ventura County, claiming that the boat Naya and Josey were on when she drowned over the summer didn’t comply with safety standards. The lawsuit states that the boat was, quote, “not equipped with a safely accessible ladder, adequate rope, an anchor, a radio or any security mechanisms to prevent swimmers from being separated from their boats, nor any flotation or lifesaving devices.” It also says there were no signs warning of dangerous conditions on the lake, and the person who rented Naya the boat didn’t warn her to wear a life vest. Ryan claims that when Naya and Josey jumped into the lake, the boat started “rocking back and forth forcefully in the current and wind,” and drifted away from them.  And he says proper safety equipment would have prevented that. 

“The Bachelor” is entering its 25th season . . . and it’s been surprisingly steady in the ratings for most of its run.  Which always has me wondering:  Who’s watching this show?  Well, here’s some data on that . . .According to a new survey, the show’s main fanbase is women, which isn’t shocking.  77% are female, 23% are male.  And three quarters of the viewers are WHITE.  About 12% are Hispanic, and 7% are Black. It’s possible that those demographics shift a bit this season, when the show will feature Matt James, who is black. Interestingly, most men who watch “The Bachelor” are UNDER the age of 45 . . . while most of the women who watch it are 45 and OLDER.  In fact, 26% of the women who watch it are older than 65. 

Looking for a holiday job and you don’t want to stock the shelf at Kohls? Check out  Reviews.org  They’re looking for a “Chief Holiday Cheermeister”, who will watch 25 holiday movies in 25 days. In exchange, you’ll be paid $2,500, and receive annual subscriptions to SEVEN major streaming platforms:  Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, Apple TV+, and Hallmark Movies Now.  (Well, SIX and Hallmark.) Here’s the small print:  You must be 18 years old, and eligible to work in the U.S.  You must have a device capable of streaming . . . you have to agree to watch all 25 movies within 25 days . . . and fill out a short survey after each movie. They’re accepting applications now through December 4th. Also, you get to PICK which movies you watch, although they also have some recommendations if you’re up for anything. 

“Wonder Woman 1984” is still scheduled to hit theaters on Christmas Day.  Whatever theaters are still open by then, that is.  But thanks to COVID-19, the decision has been made to also drop it onto HBO Max that same day . . . but only for a month. Director Patty Jenkins says, quote, “At some point you have to choose to share any love and joy you have to give, over everything else. “We love our movie as we love our fans, so we truly hope that our film brings a little bit of joy and reprieve to all of you this holiday season.” And GAL GADOT adds, quote, “It wasn’t an easy decision and we never thought we’d have to hold on to the release for such a long time but COVID rocked all of our worlds.” 

Some people freaked out when the Charlie Brown specials moved exclusively to Apple TV+ . . . because then they’d no longer be airing on broadcast TV. Well, the people at Apple have apparently reconsidered, and are allowing the next two . . . “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas” . . . to air on PBS.  At least this year. The Thanksgiving special will air this Sunday on PBS stations, while the Christmas one is set for December 13th. 

ARIANA GRANDE and JENNIFER HUDSON will be part of “Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special” on Apple TV+.  They also teamed up with Mariah for a new version of her holiday song “Oh Santa!” This isn’t just a variety show, by the way . . . it actually has a plot.  Wanna hear it?  Well, too bad . . . you’re going to anyway. Here it is:  “Faced with a holiday cheer crisis, the North Pole knows there’s only one person who can save the day:  Santa’s great friend, Mariah Carey.”  The special also stars Tiffany Haddish, Billy Eichner, Snoop Dogg, Jermaine Dupri, Misty Copeland, and Mykal-Michelle Harris.  It debuts December 4th.

The Foo Fighters are scheduled to perform on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert tonight. It’s not confirmed but it looks like the band will perform their new single, “Shame, Shame” from their upcoming album, Medicine at Midnight. Front man Dave Grohl will also stick around for an interview.

If you have been pining for some Courtney Love love…well its all coming up you. She moved to London a bit ago to start writing a solo record and a book on her life. She even said she IS writing so a Hole reunion is possible. 

JASON MOMOA is a big boy and he says Hawaiians are just big people in general. He obviously stays active mostly outside like climbing. He may spend time in the gym too. But he isn’t into yoga at all after trying it. He said its just oo hard. “i’d rather squat a car. He said he tried yoga 10 years ago when he was all huge for Conan the Barbarian and it didn’t go well in front of a bunch of older ladies.     

MICHAEL B. JORDAN was named sexiest man alive as I mentioned but the readers of “People” magazine got to choose sexiness in various categories.  Here are the results of their poll:

Guy Who Has Been So Sexy So Long, They Should Retire His Sexy Jersey Number:  Brad Pitt 

Sexiest Royal:  Prince Harry 

Sexiest Brothers:  Chris, Liam, and Luke Hemsworth 

Sexiest Small-Screen Star:  Jensen Ackles from “Supernatural” 

Sexiest Sports Guy:  Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes 

Sexiest Social Media Content in Quarantine:  Shawn Mendes 

Sexiest International Man:  Jungkook from the K-pop group BTS 

Sexiest Happily Settled Guy:  Ryan Reynolds 

Sexiest Newly-Single Guy:  Armie Hammer 

Sexiest New Dad:  Joe Jonas 

Sexiest Chart-Topper:  Harry Styles 

Sexiest Guy Who Entertained Us in Lockdown:  John Krasinski 

Sexiest “Zaddy”:  John Stamos  (A zaddy is a dad with swag, who’s attractive AND fashionable.) 

Sexiest Glow-Up:  Cole Sprouse  (A glow-up is a “mental, physical, and emotional transformation for the better.”)


Adam Driver is 37.  Kylo Ren in the “Star Wars”

Jodie Foster is 58.

Meg Ryan is 59.   

Allison Janney is 61.  Bonnie on “Mom”

Ahmad Rashad is 71.

Calvin Klein is 78.

Ted Turner is 82.

Today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY….we are PRETTY sure we know how old he is in human years…but when it comes to Lizard People years…we’re pretty clueless…however…him and his 48 previous wives can celebrate today because Larry King turns 87 human years old.  





Today’s birthday girl has done so much work that she has gotten paid time and a half pretty much her entire life…and she’s shown off her work in 244 fine films including:


  • Big Bazookas
  • Dixies Dynamite and The All-Star Boob Queens
  • Just Like Sisters
  • Naked Buns
  • She’s The Boss
  • Wet Paint
  • And Who Could Forget…Her Unforgettable Role in…Quick Draw At The Wild Wild Chest


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With the NBA now moving full speed ahead with a late-December start for its 2020-21 season, the pressure is building for the NHL.  Over the past week, both the NHL and NHLPA have been engaged on daily calls regarding the upcoming 2021 season. So far, it appears as though these wide-ranging discussions, while far from complete, are yielding some results that shouldn’t come as much of a surprise — whether it be a shortened number of games an All-Canadian division and other regional-based realignments. Rumors of what was discussed at the meeting was all the listed previously as well as the potential of players being asked to take yet another pay cut.

Tonight on Thursday Night Football…it’s the Arizona Cardinals heading to Seattle to take on the Seahawks.  Don’t forget to make your picks at 1057thepoint.com/picks…kick off tonight is scheduled for 7:20PM.

As the NFL gets further into the second half of the 2020 season, the league has issued a COVID-19 mandate to all 32 teams meant to reduce potential transmissions of the virus. Roger Goodell sent a memo to all clubs yesterday requiring every team to enter intensive COVID-19 protocol for the remainder of the year. Intensive protocol, which the NFL introduced in October, was initially reserved for teams that either had positive COVID-19 tests or were exposed to a team with positive tests. Among its requirements: All coaches and players must test negative for COVID-19 prior to entering team facilities; all meetings must be held virtually, outdoors or within an approved indoor space; face masks or mouth shields must be worn at all times in the facility and at practice, and no team or player gatherings are permitted outside of team facilities.

After Raiders defensive end Clelin Ferrell and cornerback Lamarcus Joyner tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday, more than half of the team’s starting defense is currently on their reserve/COVID-19 list.  While they will not be allowed to participate in this week’s practices, each player will be eligible to face the Chiefs on Sunday if they test negative for the virus throughout the week. The Raiders, 6-3 and in second place in the AFC West, defeated the defending champion Chiefs in Kansas City back in Week 5, 40-32. Despite the number of Raiders currently on the team’s COVID-19 list, the game is still scheduled to take place on Sunday night.

After basically a year and a half of speculation thanks to the COVID-19 interruption that pushed the NBA calendar back by six months, the 2020 NBA Draft is finally in the books. The top three picks were Anthony Edwards to the Minnesota Timberwolves at No. 1, James Wiseman to the Golden State Warriors at No. 2 and LaMelo Ball at No. 3 to the Charlotte Hornets.

For the first time since 2000, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina and Duke did not have a player drafted in the lottery.  Kentucky had a player selected in the lottery for 10 years entering 2020, holding the longest streak by any school since the lottery began in 1985. Kentucky coach John Calipari had a player selected in the lottery for 12 straight years entering 2020 dating back to his days at Memphis.  UNC became the first team of the four to have a player selected in the 2020 NBA draft with Cole Anthony, who’s father played for the NY Knicks, going No. 15 overall to the Orlando Magic. Duke didn’t have a single player drafted in the first round for the first time since 2010.

What was supposed to be a night full of possibilities for the Golden State Warriors turned out to be a potential disaster. After drafting the second overall pick in the draft, news broke that Klay Thompson, while ramping up his workouts, had suffered what is feared to be a “significant Achilles injury.”  If its just a small issue with the Achilles, he could be out for a few months, if it’s a significant injury, he could be done for the year – and possibly then some.

The Philadelphia 76ers acquired a historically elite 3-point shooter who happens to be married to the coach’s daughter, completing a draft-night trade that sent shooting guard Josh Richardson and the No. 36 pick in Wednesday’s NBA draft to the Dallas Mavericks for Seth Curry. Curry, whose father-in-law is new Sixers coach Doc Rivers ranks second in NBA history in career 3-point percentage  behind only Steve Kerr and four spots ahead of his brother, two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry.

New York Mets second baseman Robinson Cano has tested positive a performance-enhancing drug. Because it is his second positive test, Cano has been suspended the entire 2021 season. Cano was also suspended 80 games under the banned substance policy in 2018. The Mets’ said: “We were extremely disappointed to be informed about Robinson’s suspension for violating Major League Baseball’s Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. The violation is very unfortunate for him, the organization, our fans, and the sport. The Mets fully support MLB’s efforts toward eliminating performance enhancing substances from the game.” Cano, 38, will forfeit $24 million in salary because of the suspension. The Mariners are responsible for $3.75 million of Cano’s salary with the Mets on the hook for the rest. Cano is under contract at $24 million annually through 2023, so he is expected to rejoin New York in spring training 2022.

Saturday’s game between No. 22 Texas and Kansas has been postponed until Saturday, Dec. 12 due to Kansas’ inability to meet the Big 12’s minimum player standards at a certain position due to COVID-19. Kansas did not reveal which position group is below the minimum threshold but acknowledged in a statement that the issues are due to “a combination of injuries and contact tracing.” The Kansas football program has seen five positives from 825 COVID-19 tests performed since Nov. 8, according to the school. The postponed game means that both Kansas and Texas will each have two Saturdays between games as both programs were coming off bye weeks. For Texas, that’s particularly bad since the Longhorns were facing a quick turnaround before hosting No. 17 Iowa State in a critical league game next Friday.

Retired undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. responded to YouTube star Logan Paul’s callout on Twitter on Wednesday. He said: “These YouTube girls better find some Barbie dolls to play with cause I’m not the one for the kid games. 3 years ago a fighter from the UFC said my name and I had to put a muzzle on that bitch. @loganpaul can get the same treatment before I go conquer Japan again.” Paul spoke to TMZ Sports on Monday and challenged Mayweather to a fight. “If I caught Floyd with one punch—one punch—I would snap this effer in half.” Mayweather is 50-0 lifetime with 27 knockouts and 15 major world titles. His last victory was a 10th-round TKO win over former UFC featherweight and lightweight champion Conor McGregor. He announced Monday that he will be taking part in a MMA event entitled “MEGA 2021″ at the Tokyo Dome on Feb. 28. Details remain scarce regarding the opponent and nature of the bout.”