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One in Four of Us Have Had Sex on Public Transportation?

People joke about becoming members of the “Mile High Club” . . . but do you actually know anyone who’s done it?

Well, according to a new survey, a lot of people actually DO have sex on public transportation.  23% said they have, which is almost one-in-four people.  That’s about 59 million Americans.

This comes from “The Vacationer”, as part of their annual “Sex Travel Survey,” which was released yesterday.

So what kinds of public transportation relations are the most common?

11.6% have done it on a commercial plane.

9.2% have been naughty on a train or the subway.

8% have messed around on a bus.

6.2% have done it on a ferry or a water taxi.

And 5.6% have defiled someone’s rideshare or taxicab.

(You can find more stats from the survey at TheVacationer.com.)

A Guy Almost Self-Pleasured Himself to Death

This would rank pretty high on the list of most embarrassing ways to die:  A Japanese guy just made it into a medical journal . . . after STROKING it so much, he gave himself an ACTUAL stroke.

We don’t know much about him except he’s 51 and single . . . and was in the habit of pleasuring himself several times a day.  His doctors also revealed he’s right handed for some reason.

He was finishing up a self-love session last year when he suffered a serious stroke that almost killed him.  He showed up at a hospital with a severe headache, and he couldn’t stop puking.  But they did surgery, and he made a full recovery.

(His case was published recently in the Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases.)


Some Perv Keeps Calling Librarians and Asking Them to Read Boring Legal Stuff

Here’s the weirdest and most BORING kink we’ve seen in a while:  Some guy has been calling libraries all over the country . . . and asking librarians to read him boring legal jargon while he PLEASURES himself.

A librarian in Connecticut talked about it in a Facebook group, and then other librarians across the country said it’s happened to them too.  He specifically wants them to read stuff about Brady vs. Maryland . . . a 1963 Supreme Court case that said prosecutors have to share evidence if it could exonerate a defendant.

Other librarians in the group say they’ve had similar calls from guys asking them to read random stuff, like listing the titles of John Grisham books.

What’s the Pettiest Reason You’ve Ever Rejected Someone?

We’ve all seen relationships that ran into major deal-breakers, like cheating.  But sometimes things end for the SMALLEST POSSIBLE reasons.

Someone asked people online for the PETTIEST reason they’ve rejected someone, and the highlights include . . .

1.  She had the same name as my mom.

2.  He held his knife like a pen.

3.  She kept putting ellipses everywhere in texts.

4.  She had a “Live Love Laugh” sign on her living room wall.

5.  He didn’t use pillowcases.  He owned them but never actually put them on.

6.  I didn’t like all the spelling mistakes she was making.

7.  He refused to eat any kind of vegetable . . . at the age of 25.

8.  Every time I asked what she would like to do, it was an annoying “I don’t knowwwwww.”

9.  I broke up with my 8th grade boyfriend right before Christmas so I wouldn’t have to buy him a gift.

10.  He dropped something and said “whoopsie!”



A Woman’s Aunt Hired a Hitman to Avoid Seeing Her Mother-in-Law at a Wedding


Today is National Aunt and Uncle Day, when you’re supposed to honor all those people you happen to be related to.  But here’s one person who WON’T be giving her aunt a call:  A TikTok’er named Madison Beenau says her aunt-by-marriage recently tried to have her 85-year-old grandmother KILLED, because she didn’t want her at a wedding.



The woman’s son is getting married in a week, and she hates his grandmother . . . a.k.a. her own mother-in-law.  So she hired a HITMAN to take her out.  But then her husband overheard her talking about it, so the hit didn’t happen.



Madison’s family got the cops involved, but it’s not clear if the aunt has been arrested yet.  Meanwhile, the wedding is a week away . . . the grandmother HASN’T been invited . . . and she’s upset about it.  It’s not clear if they told her about the hitman or not.



(Here are Part 1 and Part 2 of the story she told on TikTok.)


Legendary comedian JACKIE MASON died in his sleep on Saturday.  He was 93 years old. He’s probably best known for playing the gas station owner in the 1978 STEVE MARTIN comedy “The Jerk”.  He was in “Caddyshack 2”. He was also the voice of Krusty the Clown’s father on “The Simpsons”, and “Jew #1” in the Spanish Inquisition scene of the MEL BROOKS classic “History of the World Part 1”. Jackie was actually a RABBI before turning to comedy fulltime in 1959.


Fed’s in R. Kelly’s sex trafficking case say he had sexual contact with an underage boy in addition to girls which is new info as jury selection is due to start Aug. 9. Kelly denies ever abusing anyone. Among about a dozen more victims was a 17-year-old boy and aspiring musician whom Kelly met at a McDonald’s in December 2006 and later invited to his Chicago studio under the guise of helping the kid’s career. And when Kelly was about to go on trial on child pornography charges in Chicago in 2008, the same kid told Kelly he had access to a juror, and Kelly said to vouch he was a “good guy,”. The filing doesn’t say whether the youth did so. Kelly was acquitted in that case. The boy also introduced Kelly to a 16- or 17-year-old male friend, with whom prosecutors say the singer began a sexual relationship several years later. Kelly also filmed the two youths in sexual encounters with other people, including some of Kelly’s girlfriends.


You might remember JONATHAN LIPNICKI as the little kid in “Jerry Maguire” or “Stuart Little”.  Well, he’s all grown up now and using his MMA skills to defend the Orthodox Jewish community. Jonathan said there’s been a lot of antisemitic hate crimes and violence towards Jews in the L.A. area.  People have even tried running over children or shooting them with paint balls.   An incident last May where a group of pro-Palestinian men attacked Jewish diners inspired him to team up with his martial artist friend and actor Remi Franklin to create a support system to prevent future attacks. Jonathan said their goal is, quote, “to make sure people got home and to the synagogue safely . . . families, women, children, because everybody should have the right to worship without being discriminated againstNice story on the news. Link on the blog. 


LeVar Burton will finally get his chance to guest-host Jeopardy! this week. He has all 5 episodes this week. Burton has become the internet’s favorite choice for the job – and got the chance to host after an online petition drew more than 250,000 signatures. I stopped by the studio with some brautwurst and he was telling me about it (AUDIO). Other celebrity guest hosts have included Aaron Rodgers, Mayim Bialik, Anderson Cooper, and Robin Roberts.


Have any of us gotten stung by bees?”Real Housewife” KYLE RICHARDS was hospitalized on Saturday after being attacked by BEES. She accidentally “walked into a hive of bees.”  They got in her hair and were all over her face, and she was stung multiple times. She actually had to jump in her pool to get them off her. And she is  ALLERGIC to bee stings, and she couldn’t get her EpiPen to work . . . and her landline wouldn’t call 911. Someone eventually DID call 911, and she’s okay now.  She posted some pictures of herself in the hospital on her Instagram Story. 


Check out a trailer for the new season of “Dexter” on the blog.  There are also full trailers for the final season of “The Walking Dead” (WARNING:  The video contains profanity.)  . . . and for the new “Chucky” TV series.  (WARNING:  The video contains profanity.)


The Simpsons is two months from the start of its 33rd season, where it will continue to hold the record as longest-running scripted show in television history. (The runner-up, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, isn’t even close, with 22 so far.) It may be hard to believe, but it’s never done a full-musical episode. That will change on Sept. 26, when the show returns. They are callinging it “the most musical episode we’ve ever done”… it’s “[a]lmost wall-to-wall music. It’s like a Broadway musical of an episode with all original songs.” Julie Kavner, for over three decades the scratchy voice of Marge Simpson, will be dubbed by Kristen Bell. Here’s the episode’s main plot  “Marge has amazing memories of being the stage manager of her high school musical, Y2K: The Millennium Bug, and decides to restage it with everyone 20 years later for one last show … But when her old high school nemesis comes to town, she realizes that her high school memories aren’t what she thought they were.”

MICHAEL B. JORDAN is producing a Black Superman limited series for HBO Max.  It’s based on the character Val-Zod.  He’s in a different universe than Clark Kent, but his origin is pretty similar:  He comes from Krypton and is sent to Earth after the death of his parents. No word yet if Michael will star in the series, since it’s still pretty early in the development stages.


 Michael B Jordan got so harassed as a kid that he almost changed his name. Sometimes actors HAVE to change their name when they get into show business.  It’s because the Screen Actors Guild makes them.  Here’s someone explaining it using the Michael Keaton – Michael Douglas example.


KANYE WEST held a listening party for his new album “Donda” Thursday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.  The album was supposed to come out at midnight Friday . . . but plans can change without notice in Kanye-land.  And that’s what happened. For whatever reason, Kanye decided that “Donda” isn’t quite finished yet, so he’s still tinkering with it.  And according to TMZ, he has taken up residence inside the stadium in order to get it done. He even has a chef preparing meals for him and his team. As video evidence, Kanye was seen roaming through the stadium on Saturday during the nationally televised Atlanta United vs. Columbus Crew Major League Soccer match. He was wearing the same outfit he had on during the album preview on Thursday night.  Sources say “Donda” is now coming out two Fridays from now, on August 6th.


Are there big name front men and or women anymore? Like big time lead singers from the 2000’s? Buckcherry’s Josh Todd gave his opinion on the new generation of rock(AUDIO) He also said, “There’s literally one band” that gets used for awards shows and more, and “that’s Foo Fighters. That’s it. That’s what you get for the entire rock genre. That’s good for them but if you are a rock musician it’s tough.” Buckcherry released its ninth studio album, Hellbound, on June 25th.












Anna Bell Peaks

Today’s birthday girl has been in 285 fine films, including:

– Air B And Bang

– Beautifully Stacked 5

– The Scent Of MILF

– Thou Shalt Not Print Marks Upon Thee

– Track And Feel

– The Ugly Step-Sister

– And who can forget her role in 2015’s More Than Kissing Cousins


Anna Bell Peaks is 40 years old.

Sports Report 1

Some local stuff before we get into the Olympics….the Cardinals avoided the sweep from the Reds last night thanks to a big homer from Nolan Arenado and the fact that the Cardinals put up double digit numbers for the first time all month.  Final score 10-6.  Cards are off today but take on the Indians on Tuesday.  First pitch from Cleveland is scheduled for 6:10PM.

The St. Louis Blues made a trade over the weekend.  Sammy Blais is headed to New York and Pavel Buchnevich is headed to St. Louis.  The 26 year old has been with the Rangers for 5 years.  He scored 20 goals and had 48 assists last season.
The US Men’s Basketball team fell to France in their first Olympic contest on Sunday. After trailing late in the 4th quarter, France went on a 16-2 run to defeat Team USA 83-76. The loss broke the US Men’s Olympic winning streak at 25 games. The squad hasn’t lost at the Olympics since 2004. All is not lost for USA Basketball. If they can win their next two games, they will advance to the medal round.  The next game is on Wednesday against Iran.

The Olympics officially started this weekend and America’s medal count is already in double digits.  We won 10 medals, including four gold.  That’s good enough for second place so far. We don’t want to spoil any events happening early today since most of us are watching in primetime.  But here’s the medal count through Sunday . . .


  1. China:  11. . . 6 gold, 1 silver, 4 bronze.
  2. USA:  10. . . 4 gold, 2 silver, 4 bronze.
  3. Russia:  7. . . 1 gold, 4 silver, 2 bronze.
  4.  Japan:  6. . . 5 gold and 1 silver.
  5. South Korea:  5. . . 2 gold and 3 bronze.

You can track the full, updated medal count at NBCOlympics.com/medals.


16.7 million Americans watched the Tokyo Games opening ceremony, giving NBC its lowest audience in the 33 years it’s broadcast the games. Viewership dropped by 37% from Rio’s 2016 opening ceremony and 59% from 2012’s ceremony in London. But if you look at streaming numbers at NBCOlympics.com, there was a viewership increase of 72% this year compared to 2016.

Jon Rahm tested positive for COVID-19 for the second time in two months Sunday, knocking the Spaniard out of the Olympics only a few hours after American golfer Bryson DeChambeau had to do that same. Rahm’s positive test was announced by the Spanish Olympic committee. It put a damper on the golf tournament, which is scheduled to begin Thursday, and also offered a reminder of putting on the Games in the midst of a pandemic. Olympic golf will be without the last two U.S. Open champions. DeChambeau won in 2020 and Rahm took the title last month. He was only two weeks removed from building a six-shot lead after the third round of the Memorial, only to be told as he was walking off the course that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and had to withdraw.


Yesterday in Gold Cup action, the US men’s team beat Jamaica 1-0.  Their win in quarterfinal action now puts them in the semi-final game against Qatar.  Kick off for that game is scheduled for 6:30PM.

Trevor Bauer remains on administrative leave from Major League Baseball as investigations continue after a woman said he sexually assaulted her, and the “majority” of his teammates reportedly don’t want him back in the clubhouse. Reports are coming out that say the pitcher is “a pariah in his own clubhouse, where no teammate has spoken publicly about him or come to his defense.” What’s more, “a majority of players do not want Bauer back under any circumstances.” MLB placed him on administrative leave, and the Pasadena Police Department is investigating for possible felony assault. Bauer may face a suspension from baseball even if he is not legally charged.

Las Vegas usually knows what’s going on. On Aaron Rodgers, Las Vegas reportedly thinks it knows what he’ll be doing this week. Multiple sports books believe Rodgers will announce his retirement before Wednesday’s initial practice of training camp. Westgate Superbook has “closed all its NFC North markets, including projected wins, playoff odds, divisional odds and weekly lines for the four division teams.” PointsBet sports book, which not long ago put the Green Bay over-under win total back on the board at nine, has once again removed Green Bay from the list of 32 teams. DraftKings also has removed the Green Bay over-under win total. As one source with knowledge of the dynamics of the Rodgers situation said:  “Vegas oddsmakers tend to be pretty sharp.” A retirement for 2021 would make sense, since it would help him avoid up to $2 million in fines for holding out of training camp. However, he’d still lose a $6.8 million roster bonus earned in March and payable each week of the 2021 regular season. He’d also be subject to repayment of $11.5 million in unearned signing bonus money for 2021. He then could unretire in 2022, with the Packers trading him and Rodgers resuming his career.