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A Woman Unleashed Bees on the Cops to Stop an Eviction – LINK

Suspect recorded woman in Marshalls restroom in Moorestown, NJ: Police – LINK

Circle K chain signs a deal with one of America’s largest cannabis producers – LINK

All Dogs Notice Incompetence . . . But Only Female Dogs Judge You for It – LINK

Scientists Finally Figured Out Why You’re a Mosquito Magnet – LINK

A Man Won the Lottery with the Numbers from His Truck’s Broken Odometer? – LINK

Busch Is Adding Another Exciting Beer . . . for Dogs – LINK

15 Things You Probably Shouldn’t Brag About – LINK


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Matthew Perry gets candid about his drug use . . . and how it almost killed him . . . in his upcoming book “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing”. In a new interview with “People”, he says he almost DIED when his colon burst due to opioid abuse four years ago.  He spent two weeks in a coma, five months in the hospital, and nine months with a colostomy bag. He says, quote, “The doctors told my family that I had a 2 percent chance to live.  I was put on a thing called an ECMO machine, which does all the breathing for your heart and your lungs.  And that’s called a Hail Mary.  No one survives that.” At one point during his “Friends” days, Matthew was taking 55 Vicodin a day, and was down to 128 pounds.  Season 9 was the only year he was sober all the way through. But he credits the other cast members for sticking with him . . . like penguins.   Quote, “Penguins, in nature, when one is sick, or when one is very injured, the other penguins surround it and prop it up.  They walk around it until that penguin can walk on its own.  That’s kind of what the cast did for me.” Perry has been to rehab 15 times over the years, and while he won’t reveal how long he’s been sober currently, he says he’s, quote, “a pretty healthy guy right now.” And that’s why he finally wrote his book.  Quote, “I wanted to share when I was safe from going into the dark side of everything again. “I had to wait until I was pretty safely sober . . . and away from the active disease of alcoholism and addiction . . . to write it all down.  And the main thing was, I was pretty certain that it would help people.” “Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing” is out November 1st.

Here’s something that didn’t come immediately to the surface when Angela Lansbury died:  Back in the ’80s, she visited a New York City SEX CLUB called Hellfire.  Director John Waters revealed that he saw her there in his 2019 book “Mr. Know-It-All: The Tarnished Wisdom of a Filth Elder”. But to be clear, John didn’t see Angela doing anything freaky.  Apparently, a lot of famous people checked it out.  He said, quote, “Everybody went.  She wasn’t doing anything.  Hellfire was a straight, gay bar [where] people had sex. “You would be standing there talking [to someone] . . . and a [penis] would come through a glory hole and then you just move [somewhere else].”

One of the few bad things about “Cobra Kai” is that Mr. Miyagi isn’t a part of it.  But they’re not done telling his story . . . because a prequel series centered on him is in the works. Ralph Macchio says, quote, “It’s in the discussion stages . . . It’s a project that I’m cheering for personally, because [Pat Morita] always wanted to do more with where Miyagi came from, so that would be wonderful to see that realized.” Obviously, there’s a lot of potential story there.  Ralph says, quote, “Who was that guy?  What was he like as a teenager?  What was he like when he first came to the United States?  Who was he when he went to World War 2? “What happened after he loses his wife and child in the internment camps?  How does this guy come from Okinawa to a place where he was working as a maintenance guy at an apartment building?  What’s that full story?”

Cookie Monster from “Sesame Street” has a first name?  He recently tweeted that his name is Sid, and it rocked (LINK) a lot of people who didn’t know.  We found a 2004 song where he sings about it.

Blake Shelton may be exiting The Voice, but he’s not losing that competitive spirit. The country star is teaming up with Carson Daly and WWE Hall of Famer Nikki Bella for Barmageddona new celeb game show (LINK). It airs on USA Network on Dec. 5, the “over-the-top” series will find celebrities competing in a series of extravagant bar games at Shelton’s Ole Red bar in Nashville. The Barmageddon trailer offers a glimpse into the high-energy fun that awaits viewers. In each of the eight episodes, two celebrities will go head-to-head competing in the oversized bar games, which include Air Cannon Cornhole, Keg Curling, Drunken Axe Hole, Sharts (Shelton Darts) and more. The celebrities are competing to win a prize for an internet sensation of their choice.

“Halloween Ends” was a VERY polarizing movie.  And it seems like the people who hated it REALLY hated it. One of those haters even started a petition, calling on the filmmakers to start again . . . and make a BETTER MOVIE. It says, quote, “We love this franchise whole heartily and this version of a Halloween Movie left us sad, mad, disappointed, and Infuriated.  Please give us a movie that shows us what Halloween is really about . . .”Please right this wrong!  We beg of you!!!”  Don’t get your hopes up, these things don’t work.  Remember when they tried to do it with the final season of “Game of Thrones”?

Are you more into villains than heroes?  Based on a recent survey of over 2,000 people, three in five watch a movie or series JUST for the villain. Also depending on the generation, there’s a different reason for this preference.  Generation X are more interested in a villain’s powers, while millennials are interested in a backstory, and Generation Z thinks villains are more complex. And in a movie about their own life, 34% of people imagine themselves as the villain.  Which leaves me with so many questions.

And these are the Top 5 types of characters that make the best villain:

  1. Vampire: 34%
  2. Zombie: 27%
  3. Devil: 27%
  4. Mob boss or member: 26%
  5. Werewolf: 25%

The forthcoming The Simpsons Halloween episode, “Tree House of Horror XXXIII,” is set to feature a crossover with Bob’s BurgersThe Simpsons is currently airing its 34th season. According to John Roberts, the voice of Linda Belcher on Bob’s Burgers, Linda will appear in The Simpsons “Tree House of Horror XXXIII” episode. If Linda is set to appear, she’ll likely have her family in tow, with her husband Bob and their three kids, Louise, Gene, and Tina. What the story will entail is unknown, but this will be Bob’s Burgers‘ first crossover with The Simpsons.

#MeToo comes for everyone eventually . . . even the dead.  On her “Unqualified” podcast, Anna Faris accused “Ghostbusters” director Ivan Reitman of touching her inappropriately. It was during the making of the 2006 movie “My Super Ex-Girlfriend”.  She said, quote, “I was doing a scene where I was on a ladder and I was supposed to be taking books off a shelf and he slapped my ass in front of the crew so hard. “And all I could do was giggle.  I remember looking around and I remember seeing the crew members being like, ‘Wait, what are you going to do about that?  That seemed weird.'” This allegedly happened well before the #MeToo movement, which is why Anna didn’t know how to respond. Reitman died in February of this year.

Imagine your significant other hooking up with one of your heroes, so now you have to HATE that person forever. Well, I don’t know if Harry Styles was ever one of Jason Sudeikis’ heroes, but he can’t be anymore . . . because he’s giving the business to Jason’s ex, Olivia Wilde. Jason and Olivia’s former nanny spilled a bunch of tea to a British tabloid.  She claims Jason was totally blindsided by the relationship . . . which he only discovered because she left her Apple Watch behind one day, and he found a bunch of flirty text messages on it. She says, quote, “He was crying and a mess, saying, ‘She left us. She left us!’  He was so brokenhearted, I felt for him.” The nanny also claims Jason once threw himself under Olivia’s car several times to stop her from leaving to see Harry.  Quote, “She went back into the house and he went in, it was back and forth. “He said he was doing it on purpose to make her late going to see Harry.” Jason eventually fired the nanny in a drunken rage, because she was messaging Olivia. Jason and Olivia released a joint statement calling the nanny’s claims, quote, “false and scurrilous,” as well as “incredibly upsetting.”  They say she’s been harassing them and their family and friends for 18 months.

Arnold Schwarzenegger (LINK) and Sylvester Stallone showed their playful sides on Tuesday with a photo of them carving pumpkins together.  “Happy Halloween  @officialslystallone,” the “Terminator” actor captioned the Instagram photo The “Rocky” star reposted the photo, writing, “Myself and my great friend Arnold , @schwarzenegger spending time at his amazing office making Pumpkin Heads for Halloween. That’s what real ACTION guys do with their free time! Lol…” Of course, being action stars the pair used survival knives to craft their somewhat crude-looking Jack-o’-lanterns.

“Rambo and Terminator (LINK) Together..that’s gonna be one kick-a– Halloween!” one commenter wrote and another suggested it’s the “buddy comedy we need.”

Liam Gallagher says you won’t hear any Oasis tunes in his upcoming concert documentary because his brother and former bandmate, Noel, has blocked their use in the film. ‘Knebworth 22′, premiering next month, captures Liam’s two solo shows at England’s Knebworth Festival in June.  Liam also said Noel blocked the Oasis songs that he sang at Taylor Hawkins’ tribute concert in London last month. Calling his brother “an angry squirt” and “horrible man” while explaining the situation on Twitter, Liam added “You can stop us using the songs but you can’t erase our memories! Shame on you Noel Gallagher.”

A month ago, Post Malone fell into a trap door on his stage and injured his ribs.  Well, the stage got him again. On Tuesday night in Atlanta, he rolled his ankle, then limped up to the mic and said, quote, “Tell you what, there’s little holes in the middle of the stage where fire comes out of, which is pretty [effing] rad. “But, I just twisted up my ankle a little bit over on that hole there.  So, if my dance moves aren’t 100 percent, you gotta forgive me tonight, ladies and gentleman.  I’ma do my best.” At this point, he hasn’t announced any cancelations.  His next show is tomorrow night in Dallas.

Demi Lovato surprised a New York City concert crowd on Tuesday night by singing a duet with Goo Goo Dolls lead singer Johnny Rzeznik.  They performed “Iris” together.  Here’s some of their performance, from an audience member’s cellphone video.

DJ Shaquille O’Neal tried to set a Guinness World Record last month at the the Lost Lands Festival. Performing under his moniker DJ Diesel, Shaq took the stage after putting the call out to his fans. “Should we go for Guinness world record for biggest moshpit at@lost_lands???,” he tweeted. It looked like the fans came prepared to give Shaq what he was asking for as the mosh pit activity was heavy during his set. As for whether Shaq completed the “largest mosh pit” at Lost Lands, that may be hard to figure out.  When DevilDriver claimed to have broken the Guinness World Record for “largest circle pit” at 2007’s Download Festival, the Guinness committee rejected the attempt due to the inability to “define where any circle/mosh pit starts and ends.”  So an official record may be hard to come by where the “largest mosh pit” is concerned.

It’s hard to believe you could ever book Drake for $100.  But that’s how much he made opening for Ice Cube. Of course, it was back in Toronto in 2006 BEFORE he made it big.  There were rumors about the $100 paycheck years ago, and the other day a Canadian account posted the official flyer on Instagram. Drake shared it to his Instagram Story, and said, quote, “This is for anybody getting 100 a show right now . . . keep going.”

While onstage during Five Finger Death Punch’s show in his hometown, Denver, Friday night, singer Ivan Moody said he was “retiring” from heavy metal after one more album with the band. Delivering the news with his two kids onstage, Moody said. While speaking to the Denver crowd, Moody added “I owe you everything, Colorado, Five Finger Death Punch and every knucklehead on this planet, thank you.”

KISS have just unveiled the latest addition to their signature spirit line with a new “Navy Strength” bottle of their signature Cold Gin, which is out now and will also be available on this year’s KISS Kruise. It carries an ABV of 57 percent. What is Navy Strength Gin?  ” It dates back to the 18th century when the British Navy stored their spirits next to gunpowder” and “should the gin barrels split, spilling their liquid into the gunpowder, the higher strength content, a minimum of 57% alc/vol, ensured the gunpowder would still explode.” Head to the dedicated KISS Cold Gin website for purchasing information, where you will also find a launch promotion that includes one of four specialized guitar picks with an order of one bottle. Buy four bottles in a combo deal to obtain all four picks, each resembling the face paint worn by the band’s four iconic members.

Nose – spicy with clear tones of juniper, a generous aroma and classic gin character.

Palate – well balanced with clear character of juniper, citrus and herbs, lemon peel and angelica root.

Finish – intensifies and grows in the mouth. Full bodied, clear and lasting character of juniper with a dry finish which is distinctively crisp and maintains an astringent character.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens gave the Star Wars franchise a big revival in a huge way. For the longest time, Hollywood has developed sequels to popular films. However, in many cases, the sequel was completely unwarranted since it can lead to character arcs being destroyed and legacies being tainted. That’s certainly been the topic of debate on Reddit as many movie fans have begun discussing which films didn’t exactly need a sequel. 


Not only did Jaws receive 1 sequel, but it got 3 – none of which had any involvement from Steven Spielberg. This was certainly felt by the audiences too as their lack of style really showed that the series was nothing without Spielberg.

One of the most exciting and thrilling action films of the ’90s, Speed really cemented Keanu Reeves as an action star. However, for many fans they believe that’s where the line should have been drawn, for they didn’t believe another “Speed” was warranted.

American Psycho

The original American Psycho is a haunting, darkly hilarious psychological thriller that is brilliantly written, directed and acted. There is, however, a sequel and it is not good whatsoever (LINK).


While the first film is by no means a masterpiece, it gave Liam Neeson a whole new outlook as an action star. The series somehow expanded into a trilogy as well as a prequel series, all of which were completely unnecessary. As the series progressed, it just tried to go bigger and bigger when it should have just been a single stand-alone story.

Space Jam

Although the first film is still very much just a massive commercial filled with product placements, it had heart and a very fun script. Unfortunately, the sequel lacked that completely.

Dumb and Dumber
Not only did the film receive a sequel in 2014, but there was also a prequel titled When Harry Met Lloyd, which also wasn’t very well-received. Trying to relive the success of something that came before doesn’t always work and Dumb and Dumber To is a prime example of that.

The Boondock Saints

The low-budget The Boondock Saints was a really fun and fresh vigilante action film, featuring an exuberant performance from Willem Dafoe. The film didn’t make an impact in theaters but was wildly successful on home video which lead to it becoming a cult classic. Years later, a sequel was made but it lacked the quality that made the original so great.

The Mummy Returns

Following the first two films, there honestly wasn’t anything left to tell as the titular Mummy, Imhotep, had died, returned, died, then returned and died again. Following the second film, there would not be a sequel for 7 years.  Should have waited 700 years.

Jurassic Park
After the first Jurassic Park, the magic of seeing dinosaurs on-screen never quite hit the same. By the release of the most recent Jurassic film, Dominion, fans and critics have grown tired of the overdone franchise. The premise only really lends itself to a single film. As the series continued, it became so unrecognizable from the first film (LINK).

Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3 deserves all the recognition it gets. An epic and emotional finale, the fourth film was completely unjustified, other than just another way to make money for Disney. “While 4 was not bad, 3 was the perfect ending to the trilogy.”


Snoop Dogg is 51.

Jim from “The Office”, John Krasinski is 53.

Johnny Lawrence from “Cobra Kai” and the “Karate Kid” movies, Billy Zabka is 57.

Vice President Kamala Harris is 58.

Viggo Mortensen is 64.

Former Cardinal Keith Hernandez is 69

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Isabella DeSantos

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

– Big Butt Girls Club 8

– Booty Call (II)

– Busted Babysitters 2

– Fur Patch 2

– Low Hanging Fruit

– Sir Your Daughter’s a Slut

– And who can forget her role in 2014’s A Very Slutty St Pattys Day

Isabella DeSantos is 35 years oldv

Sports Report 1

The Blues squandered a 2 goal lead in the second period again. The Seattle Kraken, playing their fifth game in eight days, took it to the Blues for most of the third period after tying the game at 3 to force overtime Wednesday at Climate Pledge Arena. Here is what happened in over time from our friend Chris Kerber. Thank you Justin Faulk for his second goal of the night, that bailed out the Blues in overtime for a 4-3 win. The Blues are now 2-0-0 on the season and head to Edmonton next for a Saturday game.

The San Diego Padres were down 4 to nothing early in yesterday’s Game 2 of the NLCS, against the Phillies.  They battled back, and by the 7th inning, they had reversed the lead when Manny Machado did this. Final Score:  San Diego 8, Philadelphia 5.  The series is tied one game all.  They travel today.  Game 3 is tomorrow in Philly.

Last night’s Game 1 of the ALCS was like a home run derby.  5 in all.  And guess who started it all off. A familiar face. Let’s Listen. The homerun derby continued though and the Astros had a few of their own. Here’s one (It ends with what would be the Final Score:  Houston 4, New York 2.) So Houston takes Game 1.  They host Game 2 tonight.

The Titans and the Mayor of Nashville have agreed upon a new deal for a brand new domed stadium for around $2.2 Billion. The Titans have been lobbying for a new place to steamroll the AFC South instead of renovating Nissan Stadium. It sounds like the Titans will be getting $200 Million from the NFL and an additional $500 Million from the taxpayers of Tennessee. The stadium only opened in 1999…it’s barely old enough to drink and it’s going to get knocked down for a massive new domed structure that ideally will host Super Bowl, Final Fours, any basically anything else they would want to hold there. Seems like it’s all about the Super Bowls though, if you can host a Super Bowl you do whatever you have to, and I guess that means building a new stadium with a dome…for a few billion dollars (LINK)

The NBA season started this week, and some people say you can’t beat the atmosphere of seeing a game in person at an arena. Except if you’re a Charlotte Hornets fan.  Then you’re better off at home . . . where you can fast-forward through most of the second-half of the game. Anyway, regardless of where you watch the game, there’s one universal truth:  Beer is EXPENSIVE at the arena.  The site Bookies.com (LINK) put out a report on the price of a beer in every city, ranking them from the most to least expensive. The priciest beer is in San Francisco and Boston, where Warriors and Celtics fans fork over more than $17 for 16 ounces.  The Denver Nuggets are next, followed by the New York Knicks . . . the Brooklyn Nets . . . the New Orleans Pelicans . . . and the Dallas Mavericks. All those teams charge at least $12 a beer. On the other end, the Cleveland Cavaliers are only charging about $5.25 for 16 ounces.  That’s the cheapest in the NBA . . . and it’s a bargain, since they look like a serious playoff team this year, while the other places with cheap beer look hopeless. The Oklahoma City Thunder are next at just over $6 . . . slightly cheaper than the Detroit Pistons . . . the Atlanta Hawks . . . and the Indiana Pacers. Of course, there are more arena costs than beer.  There’s also the price of tickets, parking, food, and non-alcoholic beverages. If you take everything into account, the Warriors are the most expensive team . . . going to a Warriors game in the Bay Area averages out to almost $700 for two adults and two kids.  The Knicks are the second-most expensive. The Pacers are the cheapest for a family of four, at just under $150.  The Orlando Magic are the second-cheapest for a family. (You can find the prices for every team, here.) (IndyStar)