Nude woman caught touching herself outside chicken shop found ‘committing same offence’ – Dailystar
Taco Bell fans hold tiny protest over removal of potatoes from menu: ‘Taco Bell hates vegans’ – FoxNews
Everywhere You Can Get Free & Cheap Food for Veterans Day – Thrillist
Central West End Wing Stop robbed overnight – Fox2Now
GM recalls 217K vehicles to fix leak that can stop travel – USAToday
One in Six Kids Think We Should Leave Christmas Trees Up All Year – PRNewsWire
The divorce rate in the U.S. hit a 50-year low in 2019. (Full Story)
Most Young People Are “Terrified” of Going Bald – YouGov
Select Wentzville schools switch to remote-only learning – YouGov
Conventional wisdom says that when we get a coronavirus vaccine, it should go to people like healthcare workers and people with compromised immune systems first. But some experts have a different idea: Give it to potential super-spreaders first.
Would you be willing to risk catching coronavirus for a free cruise? Royal Caribbean is looking for, basically, guinea pigs to take a cruise to test their new coronavirus protocols.
If you thought toilet paper hoarding was bad, imagine what people would be like with BACON HOARDING. The pandemic has caused a bacon shortage in the U.K after they limited imports from Denmark, which supplies 25% of their pork products.
How many movies and TV shows have you re-watched since the pandemic locked us all in our homes? EVERYbody is doing it. A new poll found that the average American has re-watched 14 movies and 30 episodes since the COVID-19 lockdown began. Here’s the Top 5 of each:
- “Jurassic Park” (26%)
- “Indiana Jones” (19%)
- “Die Hard” (19%)
- “Home Alone” (18%)
- “Back to the Future” (16%)
- “Seinfeld” (18%)
- “Game of Thrones” (17%)
- “Friends” (17%)
- “The Office” (16%)
- “I Love Lucy” (16%)
ADAM SANDLER is on his second four-year deal with Netflix, and they’re paying him HUGE money. So has it been worth it? Uh, yeah. Netflix users have spent TWO BILLION HOURS . . . that’s billion, with a “B” . . . watching Adam Sandler content. And the magic isn’t showing any signs of dying. His latest “film”, “Hubie Halloween”, is the most watched movie on Netflix this year.Faud
“Game of Thrones” was a huge hit, and JASON MOMOA was on it. But he was killed off in 2011 . . . BEFORE it really blew up. And after he left, things were lean for his family, which included LISA BONET and their kids. Jason says he, quote, “spent several years struggling to pay the bills.” He added, quote, “We were starving after ‘Game of Thrones’. I couldn’t get work. It’s very challenging when you have babies and you’re completely in debt.” Obviously, things turned around for him when he got the gig as Aquaman in the DC Universe.
When it comes to heroics on a movie set, it’s hard to top TOM CRUISE at ANYTHING. But KATE WINSLET just did. While filming an underwater scene for “Avatar 2”, she held her breath for SEVEN MINUTES AND 14 SECONDS. Before that, Tom held the record for longest breath hold while filming underwater. He went SIX MINUTES while filming “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation”. Kate says, quote, “It was brilliant and I was very proud of myself and I’ll probably never be able to do it again. That came at the end of four weeks’ worth of quite intense training and it was in the dive tank. But I loved it.”
Wanna see some “LIVE” concerts streamed this weekend? Well, you are in luck. Friday, November 13th marks the fifth anniversary of the attacks in Paris, where terrorists killed 89 people at an Eagles of Death Metal show. Queens of the Stone Age, who are close with the band are streaming a previously unseen New Zealand acoustic show to benefit Life for Paris. The stream starts at 12noon Friday on Queens of The Stone Age YouTube channel.
Foo Fighters just announced a show coming up at The Roxy this Saturday at 7pm. You can see the show, backstage action and more from a “can cam” attached to Dave Grohl’s own can of Coors Light. Tickets are $15 at nocapshows.com
Knotfest.com’s virtual Pulse of The Maggots Festival is also this Friday, giving you a chance to check out twenty Slipknot-approved, up-and-coming bands. The festival is absolutely free and starts at 2pm at knotfest.com
Metallica’s All Within My Hands acoustic benefit concert is this Saturday at 4pm. Tickets start at around $15 at metallica.com
Britney Spears is afraid of her father, and does not want to perform again as long as he’s still serving as conservator of the estate … so claims her lawyer. He made the statement during a court hearing in the ongoing conservatorship case Tuesday, in which an attorney for Britney’s mother also urged her father to step down. According to Lynne’s lawyer … Britney’s thankful for her dad’s service all these years, but believes it’s time to let go of that control. She also said Britney is effectively being forced to go on strike while she waits for Jamie to step down as conservator of the estate.
There is a game show that is getting the celebrity treatment! “Wheel of Fortune” is getting the celebrity treatment. On Monday, ABC announced that it has ordered “Celebrity Wheel of Fortune”. It’ll be a primetime spin-off. The show will see Hollywood stars playing for a chance to win up to $1 million. The winnings will be donated to the contestant’s charity of choice. And if you’re curious…the series will be hosted by Pat Sajak and Vanna White.
Last week’s “Saturday Night Live” scored big with viewers. The post-election episode hosted by Dave Chappelle got the show’s highest ratings since May 2017. The show had a perfect storm: A built-in audience after an overtime Notre Dame vs. Clemson football game on NBC, a same-day call on the presidency for Joe Biden, and the mystery about what Chappelle would say.
A date has been set for Jordan Peele to scare us again. Universal Pictures has set July 22, 2022, for the release of Peele’s next movie. We don’t know anything about the film’s subject matter, but the RSVP has been put in place. “Get Out” and “Us” have been huge box office hits for Peele and Universal.
Universal Pictures and Dwayne Johnson and Dany Garcia’s Seven Bucks Productions are looking to relaunch a new Scorpion King movie. Johnson will produce. With Johnson booked through 2022, the studio will look to tap a new actor to play the action hero as well as a director to steer the ship. Insiders also add its likely he won’t appear in the movie but given how important the property is to Johnson and the studio, there is always a possibility he could make an appearance when this film does finally get into production.
Hägar the Horrible is set to make his debut on the small screen with an animated family sitcom series in development. The guy behind Fresh Off The Boat, a series that aired on ABC, is going to be writing it. The series will follow the hardworking Viking family led by a larger than life hero, Hägar, who can’t quite understand how the society he once understood is changing around him. It is the latest television appearance for Hägar, which was adapted in 1989 by Hanna-Barbera as a special for CBS. A film was also in development in 2014 via Sony Pictures.
Atlanta rapper Silento was arrested Friday and accused of driving 143 mph on Interstate 85. Silento, was charged with reckless driving, speeding, failure to maintain lane and improper stopping.He was pulled over around 3 a.m. after an officer witnessed him around slower cars.The report said Silento initially argued with the officer about how fast he was going and insisted that he’d done nothing wrong. Later, he told the officer he was speeding because he normally gets followed when leaving events. Then the rapper said he was at a club promoting his new song and that he could go 143 mph because he’s not “a regular person.”
Sinéad O’Connor is ready to get help. The singer took to Twitter to announce that she would be postponing her shows originally scheduled for next year to 2022 as she’ll be seeking treatment for trauma and addiction. “I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it but now recovery starts,” the 53-year-old wrote in her initial tweet. “This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly addicted to a drug other than weed,” she added. O’Connor then added that she had been addicted to marijuana for “a lifetime:” 34 years.
American Housewife star Carly Hughes has departed the ABC comedy after four seasons, alleging a “toxic environment” and “discrimination” as reasons for her leave. Hughes, who was the only Black series regular on the sitcom, appeared on the show through season 4 and in the season 5 premiere but her name was no longer in the credits beginning with episode 2. She said: “I was no longer able to work in the toxic environment that was created on American Housewife. I made the decision to leave to protect myself from that type of discrimination. As a Black woman in entertainment, I feel the responsibility to stand up for what I deserve, what we all deserve — to be treated equally. I wish the show well, and I am excited for a new chapter and to be able to pursue the opportunities ahead.” The show’s production company, launched an HR investigation following Hughes’ claims and has also begun to look into other allegations from production members.
This is gross. This is a VERY creepy, tribute to Charles Manson … a “Helter Skelter” face tattoo made with some of the mass murderer’s DNA. Tattoo artist Ryan Almighty says a guy name Patrick from Niagara Falls wanted to pay homage to Manson with this tattoo — and just to ratchet things up, Patrick chose the Manson ashes option. He called it a once in a lifetime opportunity. Ryan says he has ashes from Manson’s cremation, and he dipped his ink gun in it while drawing a pretty awesome-looking “Helter Skelter” on Patrick’s forehead last weekend.
A teaser trailer has dropped for Kevin Hart’s upcoming Netflix special, Zero F***s Given. Hart’s Netflix-exclusive performance was filmed in LA back in September, a month after the comedian revealed he had been infected with COVID-19 . The trailer says “Hart serves up laughs and brick oven pizza from the comfort of his home and dishes on male group chats, sex after 40 and life with COVID-19.” Kevin Hart: Zero F***s Given hits Netflix Tuesday, November 17th.
In honor of Veterans Day, here’s a list of celebrities who’ve served in the military:
- Morgan Freeman. He was a radar technician and Airman 1st Class in the Air Force from 1955 to 1959.
- Tom Selleck. He was in the California Army National Guard from 1967 to 1973.
- Clint Eastwood. He was drafted during the Korean War, but never saw combat. He served as a lifeguard at a base in California.
- Chuck Norris. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1958, and was sent to South Korea . . . where he developed his martial arts skills.
- Gene Hackman. When he was 16, he lied about his age to enlist in the Marines in 1946. He served in China, Hawaii, and Japan.
- Sinbad. He was in the Air Force in the early ’80s, but he claims he was almost discharged for going AWOL all the time.
- Drew Carey. He was a field radio operator in the Marines from 1980 to 1986.
- Oliver Stone. He was wounded twice in battle in Vietnam in the late ’60s.
- Bea Arthur. . . who was in the Marines during World War 2. She worked as a typist, a dispatcher, and a truck driver.
Today’s birthday girl has been plowed more than a road in Alaska in 61 fine films including:
- Effing My Dad’s Friends
- Mom & Dad Are Doing MY Friends
- Pretty Blonde’s First AND Last Anal
- Unplanned Orgies
- That Stings
- Lets Get The New Girl
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in…Careful, My Privates Are Habit Forming
ABIGAIL JOHNSON is 31 YEARS OLD
- Another day another NFL team having Covid issues.
- The Steelers placed Ben Roethlisberger and three others on the reserve/COVID-19 list after they were deemed high-risk close contacts with tight end Vance McDonald, who returned a positive test for the virus Monday.
- Big Ben’s test was negative but will still have to isolate himself and go through protocols before returning to practice.
- “We have placed QB Ben Roethlisberger, OL Jerald Hawkins, RB Jaylen Samuels, and LB Vince Williams on the Reserve/COVID-19 list” (@steelers)
- Pittsburgh Steelers are optimistic their quarterback will be available for Sunday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
- Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions just went through this. Stafford partially blamed having to quarantine himself and not being able to practice with the team was part of his terrible game against the Vikings on Sunday.
It’s Official The NBA Season is Back Dec. 22
- It’s official! The NBA is coming back Ded. 22. Teams will play a 72-game schedule.
- The NBA announced on Monday night that they’ve struck a deal on rules for this coming season.
- There are countless other issues to work out, such as all the health and safety protocols but no bubble this time around and teams will travel to varies cities. Lots of testing will be done.
- Negotiations with free agents will be allowed to begin at 6 p.m. on Nov. 20, with signings permitted starting at 12:01 p.m. on Nov. 22, which an extraordinarily fast window for the NBA.
- For the NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers and Eastern Conference champion Heat, it will be the shortest offseason in NBA history, with only seven weeks separating the end of the NBA Finals.
- Training camp will start up Dec. 1st.
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JON RAHM got a hole-in-one during a practice round at the Masters yesterday, and it was one of the most amazing shots you’ll ever see. There was a pond between Rahm and the green, but instead of hitting the ball OVER the water, he skipped it across the surface.
It skipped three times, hit land, then rolled all the way across the green and into the cup.
And it just happened to be Rahm’s 26th birthday.
— The Masters (@TheMasters) November 10, 2020
Somebody just scored a serious piece of sports history. KOBE BRYANT’s childhood home in the Philadelphia area just sold for $810,000.
It’s got five bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms . . . and, most importantly, Kobe’s old basketball hoop. Kobe’s family lived there during his teenage years, when he was playing for Lower Merion High School.
The Bryant family sold the home in 2008. It went back on the market this past September. There’s no word on the buyer.
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa flashed a ring at a police officer arresting him for driving under the influence and said “I’m a Hall of Famer baseball person” while being placed into the back of a cruiser, according to an incident report obtained by ESPN.
La Russa, 76, was charged in late October with DUI by the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office in Arizona after blood and breath tests taken the night of his February arrest showed his blood alcohol concentration (BAC) over the legal limit of .08.
During the stop where Larussa had a flat tire and was on the phone with AAA, an officer asked La Russa to exit the car for field sobriety tests. La Russa said he had undergone a hip replacement four weeks earlier and asked: “Why are we doing the tests?” The officer said there was an odor of alcohol emanating from La Russa. When the officer discussed administering a portable breath test, La Russa said: “I don’t trust it.”
According to the report, La Russa then asked: “What makes you think I don’t have control of my facilities?”
He agreed to take the breath test “if it gets me out of here,” according to the report. The test registered a BAC of .090.
The officer placed La Russa under arrest for DUI. When read his Miranda rights, La Russa said: “I don’t know my rights because you told me once I blow into that thing we’d be done,” according to the report. The officer asked if La Russa had any drinks, and he replied that he had one glass of wine at dinner, the report said.
Before the arresting officer placed him in a vehicle, La Russa said: “Do you see my ring?” When asked what he meant, La Russa answered: “I’m a Hall of Famer baseball person.” He continued: “I’m legit. I’m a Hall of Famer, brother. You’re trying to embarrass me.” He has pleaded not guilty.