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Support from opponents keeps game alive after basketball team burglarized during stop at Gateway Arch – LINK

4 common misconceptions about penises, according to a sex doctor – LINK

How TikTok’s ‘Triangle method’ will elevate your flirting technique – LINK

Tinder Will Now Let Your Parents Weigh in on Your Matches – LINK

Dating Apps Are Struggling, Here’s Why – LINK

McDonald’s customer flips out at drive-thru window, hurls drinks at staff: ‘Give me some food!’ – LINK



Former Slipknot Drummer Jay Weinberg has broken his silence on being released from the band nearly a week after it was announced he was out of the band after a decade – LINK 

Dave Grohl‘s singing daughter Violet was the featured vocalist for An Evening with Bowie’s Piano Man: Mike Garson and Friends at The Sun Rose in West Hollywood, California on Saturday. Given the material she’s capable of handling, it appears Violet Grohl is coming into her own as a singer – LINK

David Lee Roth has released another song from 2007 that he recorded with guitarist John 5, who is now a member of Motley Crue. This one is titled “Hi-Fashion Girl” which opens with lyrics taken from the 1964 Beatles song, “Do You Want to Know a Secret” — “You’ll never know how much I really love you / You’ll never know how much I really care.”

The Beatles and The Rolling Stones are together again in the Top 10 of a Billboard chart for the first time in 59 years. The Beatles’ new song, “Now and Then,” debuts at nine on the Adult Alternative Airplay chart, joining The Stones’ “Angry,” off their new album, Hackney Diamonds, which sits at six — a new high in its ninth week on the list – LINK

Singer Serj Tankian says System of Down’s only 2024 performance, at Sick New World, will likely be the band’s only date next year. Saying, “When you’re doing a tour, after a while it’s like Groundhog Day. You try to be as creative and present to each show as you can, but after the second week, you’ve been there, done that already… it’s not the top priority on my list in life.” – LINK 

Tickets Available Starting on Wednesday, November 15 with Cash App Card Presale;

General On-sale Begins on Friday, November 17 at 11 am at draker  

Netflix has announced an anime series based on the ‘Terminator’ franchise – LINK

Mattson Tomlin, who worked on ‘The Batman’, is writing the series while Production IG, whose animation credits include ‘Ghost in The Shell’ is on board to animate the series.  A premiere date hasn’t been announced at this time.

David Harbour says he and the rest of the Stranger Things cast are getting ready to head back to set to film the fifth and final installment of the Netflix series.  He said, “I just love that show, and I love that [Jim Hopper] character so much. It’s the last season, and I’m looking forward to just diving in with my whole heart into this guy that, certainly career-wise, has made a huge difference in my life but personally, has been the character in film and TV who I’ve loved the most, that I’ve fallen in love with.” https://www.etonline.com/david-harbour-says-stranger-things-begins-final-season-production-soon-214711

A new scripted podcast called Trust Fall starring some of your favorite Saturday Night Live cast, which will debut on Audible on November 30. https://www.nbc.com/nbc-insider/colin-jost-heidi-gardner-scripted-podcast 


While most people are ready to binge their favorite Christmas movies already, let’s not forget about next week’s holiday. Mental Floss put together a Top Ten:

  1. “Addams Family Values”(1993)
  1. “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles”(1987)
  1. “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947)
  1. “The Ice Storm” (1997)
  1. “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” (1973)
  1. “Spider-Man” (2002)
  1. “You’ve Got Mail” (1998)
  1. “The Humans” (2021)
  1. “Scent of a Woman” (1992)
  1. “Home for the Holidays” (1995)  https://www.mentalfloss.com/posts/thanksgiving-movies

Sports Report 1

Hat tricks by St Louis Blues captain Brayden Schenn and winger Pavel Buchnevich overwhelmed the Colorado Avalanche in an 8-2 buttkicking Saturday night at Ball Arena.  Schenn scored twice in the first period and added a third on a power play in the third period for his fourth career hat trick, his first since 2017. The Blues had two players with hat tricks for the first time since 1986. The Blues filled all the columns. They scored in every period; they scored in every way. They scored two power play goals; they scored two shorthanded goals. They scored in the first 68 seconds of the game; they scored in the final 49 seconds of the game. Hat’s off: Tricks by Brayden Schenn and Pavel Buchnevich send Blues to 8-2 rout of Avs (stltoday.com)

The No. 16 Tigers beat the No. 14 Volunteers 36-7 in sold-out Memorial Stadium on Saturday. It reversed a dastardly trend of bad losses to the Vols — four straight, with two particularly bad ones in the past two years. ‘A great swing’: After back-to-back blowouts, No. 16 Mizzou’s defense smothers No. 14 Tennessee in 36-7 win (stltoday.com)

According to the Philadelphia 76ers — Kelly Oubre Jr.  their 27-year-old star player fell victim to a reckless driver Saturday night in the Center City neighborhood of Philly … where Oubre was out and about, it seems, during a night off in the team’s schedule. The details of what exactly happened are a little murky at the moment … but it sounds like he got hit at the corner of an intersection by a car and and the vehicle in question fled the scene without a trace. As a result of the hit, Oubre is said to have sustained some injuries. Reports say he is dealing with broken ribs, bruises and other abrasions … and he’s currently hospitalized. Team personnel, including Prez Daryl Morey, showed up last night to visit him … obviously, he’s going to be out for a while. Cops are investigating the hit and run … so far, no suspects or persons of interest have been ID’d. Shortly before the incident, Oubre was photographed posing with a young fan.

Me’Arah O’Neal, the youngest child of four-time NBA champion and Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, signed her national letter of intent Sunday to play women’s basketball for the Florida Gators. O’Neal, a 6-foot-4 post player who is ranked No. 33 in the espnW Top 100 for the 2024 class, picked Florida over her other finalists, including her father’s alma mater and reigning national champion LSU. In September, the 17-year-old made her official visit to Gainesville, Florida, and said it solidified her decision to commit to the Gators and coach Kelly Rae Finley