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A Guy Hugs His Friend Outside a Bar, and Didn’t Realize He Was Showing People His Cool Knife – LINK

28 pounds of cocaine found hidden inside wheelchair wheels, officials say – LINK

Some Idiot Tried to Rob Three Banks in One Day – LINK

“Darrell” Stole a Car, and We Know Because He Bluetooth-Connected It to “Darrell’s iPhone” – LINK

An Amazon Driver Stole Packages . . . While Delivering Packages – LINK

A Man Broke Into a House . . . to Steal a Vacuum Attachment? – LINK

Man dies after falling 40 feet while attempting cliff-side selfie – LINK

Man Pleads To Tattooing Minor Inside McDonald’s – LINK

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1 billion + young people potentially at risk of hearing loss from loud music – LINK

Rawlings to move headquarters to Westport Plaza – LINK

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Pete Davidson is a hero to many . . . but maybe this is the part of the movie where we discover he’s actually a VILLAIN? TMZ has pointed out that Pete may have violated the BRO CODE. It seems he was friends with Emily Ratajkowski’s husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard, before they got divorced and HE started hooking up with her. They even have a picture of Pete and Sebastian enjoying a Knicks game together in 2020.  It’s not clear how close they were, but if Pete hasn’t technically crossed a line, he’s pretty close to it.

Kumail Nanjiani admitted to Jimmy Kimmel that he once went 15 years without visiting the dentist.  So when he finally did go in, he needed a lot of work. Apparently, Kumail’s parents didn’t take him to the dentist when he was growing up.  Quote, “My mom is a little bit of an anti-dentite . . . I called her to tell her I went to the dentist and he said [stuff’s effed] up in there. “And she was like, ‘Why did you go to the dentist?’  I’m like, ‘That’s not the right response to that.'”

The demand for Taylor Swift tickets during Tuesday’s presale was so massive, and caused so much online chaos, that Ticketmaster has CANCELED today’s public ticket sales. More than TWO MILLION TICKETS were sold on Tuesday, the most ever sold for an artist in a single day . . . and they have, quote, “insufficient remaining ticket inventory” to meet demand. On CNBC yesterday, Live Nation Chairman Greg Maffei said they’re working to fix the problem . . . but he put the blame squarely where it belongs:  On TAYLOR.  Or at least her popularity. He said, quote, “It’s a function of Taylor Swift.  The site was supposed to open up for 1.5 million verified Taylor Swift fans.  We had 14 million people hit the site, including bots, which are not supposed to be there.” None of this is making Taylor Swift fans who don’t have tickets happy, though.  How are the tickets doing after-market?  Fans hoping to score tickets for Taylor’s SoFi Stadium in L.A. show will fork over a minimum of $400, and that’s behind the stage … while the most expensive seat is currently listed at $4,549. You can score some nosebleeds for $765 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, or shell out $11,475 for the floor. However, those prices pale in comparison to the $22,500 you’ll pay to see Taylor from the front row at Gillette Stadium in suburban Boston, and the “cheap” seats are $675. There’s also Soldier Field in Chicago, where you can sit in the nosebleeds for $800 and land a floor seat for around $5,000.

The white two-story house from “The Goonies” hit the market for $1.65 million.  That’s the family home that Mikey (Sean Astin) and his brother Brand (Josh Brolin) are trying to save. It’s located in Astoria, Oregon, which is along the coast.  At less than 2,000 square feet, it has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and, of course, the attic with a roll-up ladder. The realtor said, quote, “Within 72 hours of listing, the world is showing exactly how much impact this movie has had on hearts and minds over the years.  People from many countries and all walks of life are calling to inquire about [it].”

Ellen Pompeo is officially bidding farewell to “Grey’s Anatomy” … the series lead just said goodbye after reports of her leaving the long-running drama. Ellen made the announcement Thursday on social media, saying she’s “eternally grateful and humbled by the love and support,” she’s received the last 19 seasons playing Meredith Grey on the ABC show. In her goodbye post, Ellen naturally thanked the fans and said they are the ones who made her run on ‘Grey’s’ so fun and iconic.

HERE IS WHAT IS IN THEATERS THIS WEEKEND:

1.  She Said  (R)  Trailer

Two investigative reporters from “The New York Times” who broke the story that exposed Harvey Weinstein’s abuse and sexual misconduct against women.

  1. The Menu(R)  Trailer

A horror comedy where a young couple who travel to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant.

  1. Bones and All (R)  Trailer  (Limited)

A pair of cannibalistic lovers who go on a road trip and wreak havoc.

  1. Taurus (R)  Trailer  (Limited)

Machine Gun Kelly plays a self-destructive rock star fighting his addictions and pushing himself too hard for inspiration for his next song.

HERE IS WHAT NEW MUSIC YOU CAN CHECK OUT TODAY…

  • Get Rollin’Nickelback.  This is their 10th album.
  • TM, the hip-hop group Brockhampton.

Surprisingly, INXS are NOT in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.  But some fans are trying to change that with a petition at Change.org. It’s called “Induct INXS into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”. They’re trying to get 15,000 signatures.  And as of last night, it has 11,335.  There’s also an “Induct INXS” website.  The creators said they made it so fans know they’re taking the campaign seriously.

Drake’s My Loss album with 21 Savage is number one on the Billboard Hip-Hop and R&B chart this week.  The feat pulls Drizzy into a tie with Hov for the most number-one albums on that chart. Both superstars have 14. On the all-inclusive Billboard 200 album chart, Drake pulls closer to Jay-Z in number one status. Drake has 12 to Jay’s 14.

Korn has released a firey hot sauce called Here To Slay, a riff on their 2002 ‘Untouchables’ track, “Here To Stay”. Using produce from California’s Central Valley, Here To Slay has a “charred-sweet flavor of roasted corn and vibrant jalapeño and serrano peppers. Smoky chipotles in adobo and cumin add earthy notes that echo the vistas and canyons outside the city”, according to the band. Collaborating with Heartbeat Hot Sauce, Korn recommends their sauce on tacos, grilled shrimp and burgers. Grab a $12 bottle at Heatonist.com

Paul McCartney, Elton John and Roger Waters are just a few of the stars that are appearing in an upcoming documentary on Abbey Road Studios. Marking the studio’s 90th anniversary, the trailer for ‘If These Walls Could Sing’ opens with Sir Elton, who says “When you enter a place with so much history around it, it’s kind of sacred in a way. People want to come here – they want the sound of Abbey Road.” Playing a piano he used long ago with The Beatles, McCartney says “This was our home; we spent so much time here.” The doc also sees George Lucas capturing the sounds of ‘Star Wars’ at Abbey Road Studio ‘If These Walls Could Sing’ debuts on Disney+ on December 16th.

Fat Joe’s beef with 50 Cent in the 2000s cost him $20 million. In an excerpt from his new memoir, The Book of Jose, Joe said he lost a shoe deal because of the fight with Fiddy. Joe referenced the 2005 MTV VMAs, where he and G-Unit threw public shots at each other. The incident affected Joe’s Jordan deal. He said, “I was supposed to be the first artist ever to collaborate with Jordan Brand. I’ve always rocked the most Jordans, always had the 172 flyest, most exclusive Jordans out of any celeb. No one can compete with my sneaker collection.” Joe continued, “Me and Michael Jordan are actual friends. I met with him six times going over designs for the Fat Joe Jordan. Some of those meetings were literally just me and him, brainstorming, bouncing ideas off each other. But after the VMAs, Mike deaded the deal.” He went on to say, “That was it. I lost about $20 million by not getting that deal. I lost out on other endorsements too. Promoters definitely didn’t book me and 50 Cent on the same shows. Everybody had to keep us separated. But as fate would have it, after the VMAs, we didn’t see each other again in person for almost a decade.”

Cell phones at concerts . . . are they unavoidable?  If your favorite band asked you to NOT use yours during one of their shows, would you comply?  Or DEFY? The ’90s band Placebo is still out there, doing their thing . . . and they posted a message to their fans asking them NOT to film or take pictures at their shows. They said, quote, “It makes Placebo’s performance so much more difficult.  More difficult to connect with you and to communicate effectively the emotions of the songs. “It is also disrespectful to your fellow concertgoers who want to watch the show, not the back of your phone.  Please be here and now in the present and enjoy the moment. “Because this exact moment will never ever happen again.  Our purpose is to create communion and transcendence.  Please help us in our mission.”

With Nickelback releasing a new album, it brings their name back into the mainstream and we get to hear all over again about how many people HATE Nickelback.  This list – put together by a website called Idol-ator…has compiled a list of the 20 bands that people LOVE to hate.  In no particular order….

  • SMASH MOUTH
  • NICKELBACK
  • THE CHAINSMOKERS
  • THE BLACK EYED PEAS
  • INSANE CLOWN POSSE
  • JOHN MAYER
  • U2
  • DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
  • PHISH
  • RADIOHEAD
  • CREED
  • MAROON 5
  • LIMP BIZKIT
  • COLDPLAY
  • KISS

CELEBRITIES CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY

Damon Wayans Jr. is 40.

Big Papi, David Ortiz is 47.

Owen Wilson is 54.

This guy hit 500 home runs in his 21 year Major League Baseball career. He played for the: Brewers, Padres, Marlins, Dodgers, Braves, Yankees, Tigers and Mets. He won a World Series with the Marlins back in 1997. He’s Dwight Gooden’s nephew. Gary Sheffield is 54.

Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett is 60.

She was the longtime drummer for Lenny Kravitz. She’s now married to Carlos Santana. Cindy Blackman Santana is 63.

Oscar from “The Office”, Oscar Nunez is 64.

Former Houston Oiler’s quarterback Warren Moon is 66.

Our buddy Kevin Nealon is 69.

Mr. Belding on “Saved By the Bell”, Dennis Haskins is 72.

On Saturday

Rapper Tyga turns 33.

Adam Driver turns 39.

Nicknamed “The Big Piece.” He played his entire 12 year career for the Philly’s. 3-time all-star. World Series champ in 2008. National League MVP in 2006. He attended Lafayette High School in Wildwood. Ryan Howard turns 43.

Twitter co-founder and St. Louis’ own Jack Dorsey turns 46.

Jodie Foster turns 60.

Meg Ryan turns 61.

Fashion designer Calvin Klein turns 80.

And on Sunday 

Joel McHale from “Community” turns 51.

Mike D from the Beastie Boys turns 57.

The Eagles Joe Walsh turns 75.

President Joe Biden is 80.

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Nicolette Shea

Today’s birthday girl has been in 200 fine films, including:

– Backstage Blowout

– Booty Pajamas

– Dirty Intentions 10 & 13

– Greedy Bitches

– Harlots Of Hell

– The Mannequin Humping Challenge

– The School Of Hard Knockers

– And who can forget her role in 2019’s Thawed Out And Horny

Nicolette Shea is 36 years old

Sports Report 1

A Spectacular Goalie Save from St. Louis Blues vs. Washington Capitals – LINK

Quick hits: Make that five in a row for Blues with shootout win – LINK

Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt wins 2022 National League MVP Award – LINK

Yankees’ Aaron Judge caps historic season with AL MVP award – LINK