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Whoa, Nellie! Quincy man arrested for having sex with horse in Melrose Township – LINK

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Need to Pass a Kidney Stone? Just Ride Big Thunder Mountain at Disney – LINK

Was Spirit Airlines Caught Duct Taping a Plane Back Together? – LINK

American Airlines passenger urinates on another traveler during flight from JFK: reports – LINK

Loneliness poses health risks as deadly as smoking, surgeon general says – LINK

Skin Cancer Awareness Month: Go Get Checked, It Could Save Your Life! – LINK

Florida cop helped mother of six deliver baby in her car: ‘She’s ready to go’ – LINK

New “Wedding Rules for 2023” Include: No Outdoor Summer Weddings . . . No Kids . . . and No Gifts – LINK

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Rage Against the Machine have commented on finally being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on their fifth nomination. The band posted a statement on Instagram where they said “It is a surprising trajectory for us to be welcomed into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.” After sharing a brief history of their career and political-leaning actions, they wrote, “Many thanks to the Hall of Fame for recognizing the music and the mission of Rage Against the Machine. We are grateful to all of the passionate fans, the many talented co-conspirators we’ve worked with and all the activists, organizers, rebels and revolutionaries past, present and future who have inspired our art.” LINK

Stevie Nicks shared a supportive message to Sheryl Crow on her induction to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame last night. In an Instagram post, Stevie said: “Congratulations, Miz Crow for your upcoming induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fam – I am so proud of you – it’s a very elite club for us women. I found out at 4 o’clock this morning and had to dance around my room for you. See you on the road! Love you, Stevie.”

Just days a few weeks after news of her split from Joe Alwyn broke, Taylor Swift already has a new man. According to The Sun, the pop star is dating The 1975 frontman Matty Healy. Word has it they’ve been an item for almost two months now. The insider adds, “It’s super-early days, but it feels right. They first dated, very briefly, almost 10 years ago but timings just didn’t work out.” Although Taylor and Joe’s split was announced last month, the source claims they actually split in February, “so there was absolutely no crossover.”

Incubus guitarist Michael Einziger and his wife Ann Marie have announced they’ve been working on a “skin-related biotech company for the past several years” and that they’ll be launching “a new anti-aging skincare brand called Mother Science” on May 9th.

The head of Ohio’s Department of Transportation has assembled a playlist of 33 songs to be played at the state’s rest areas. The list includes Ohio-born musicians like Tracy Chapman (“Give Me One Reason,” “Fast Car”), Wild Cherry (“Play That Funky Music”), Devo (“Whip It”), Joe Walsh (“Life’s Been Good”), Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders (“Don’t Get Me Wrong”), The Black Keys (“Lonely Boy”) and Twenty One Pilots (“Ride”). And there are songs about the state, such as Bruce Springsteen’s “Youngstown” and Ian Hunter‘s “Cleveland Rocks” as done by the Presidents of the United States of America.

Jamie Foxx is still in the hospital, after more than three weeks while he’s dealing with a ‘medical complication’. Someone on his management team posted an Instagram message saying, “Appreciate all the love!!!  Feeling blessed.” While his friends and family are telling the online community to send all the prayers and well wishes for his recovery.  Meanwhile, Nick Cannon is replacing him as host of “Beat Shazam” this season.

The series finale of HBO’s “Succession” will be 90 minutes long. Jeremy Strong, who plays wannabe corporate kingpin Kendall Roy on the show, recently told EW that shooting the series finale was like skiing down a double black diamond slope. Succession will air its super-sized season finale on May 28.

In recognition of “Star Wars” Day today, Fandom.com analyzed data from its site to determine which movie from the Skywalker Saga is the most popular in each state.  Here they are:

“Episode I: The Phantom Menace”  (1999):  California, Florida, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming

“Episode 2: Attack of the Clones”  (2002):  Alabama, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, North Dakota, New York, and South Carolina

“Episode 3:  Revenge of the Sith”  (2005):  Montana, New Jersey, and New Hampshire

“Episode 4: A New Hope”  (1977):  Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, and Wisconsin

“Episode 5: The Empire Strikes Back”  (1980):  Alaska, Georgia, and Hawaii

“Episode 6: Return of the Jedi”  (1983):  Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont

“Episode 7: The Force Awakens”  (2015):  Tennessee and Virginia

“Episode 8: The Last Jedi”  (2017):  Arizona and Pennsylvania

“Episode 9:  The Rise of Skywalker”  (2019):  Idaho and Maine

It’s not so shocking that “A New Hope” has the highest number of states, with 11.  But it IS shocking that it’s TIED at that number with “The Phantom Menace”.

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                      Carolyn Reese

Today’s birthday girl has been in 352 fine films, including:

– Anal Inferno 1

– Bad News Bitches 3

– Bitchcraft 4

– The Filthy Family 3

– MILF Does a Body Good 2

– Office Perverts 5

– Paddled and Possessed

– Suburban Sex Party 4

– And who can forget her role in 2010’s What Does Mommy Do

Carolyn Reese is 49 years old