Florida Couple Stumbles Into a Private Backyard For Public Drunken Sex – Newsweek
Can You Cook a Steak by Putting It in One of the Toaster Slots? – Standard
One in Four People Will Attempt to Cook a Turkey for the First Time This Year – PRNewswire
IRS issues warning about Coronavirus-related scams; watch out for schemes tied to economic impact payments – IRS
Jameson Whiskey offering chance to win $5,000 ‘Whiskey Tree’ for the holidays – FoxNews
Did You Make a Wish at 11:11 on 11/11? – YouGov
A School Has Banned Parents from Tossing Their Late Kids Over the Locked Gate – DailyStar
Man charged with threatening to kill former Missouri senator – Fox2Now
Thanks to higher COVID numbers, restrictions seem likely for St. Louis County and City – Fox2Now
Some of the people who took part in the Pfizer vaccine trials say it made them feel like they had a “severe hangover” . . . but once that went away, they tested positive for antibodies, so it’s worth it.
Here’s a new term for you: “COVID honesty” is when you tell the truth about possibly being exposed to coronavirus, even though you know you may need to quarantine as a result.
Her lawyer said in court that 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. This is the ongoing conservatorship case. Her Mom actually is asking Dad to step down. 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.
Its been rough recently for Sinéad O’Connor but she is ready to get help. She said she is postponing any dates from 2021 to 2022 so she can get help for trauma and addiction. “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.
The first full-length feature doc on rock and roll pioneer Chuck Berry is now available on demand. Chuck Berry: The Original King of Rock n’ Roll. In the trailer here you will hear from Alice Cooper and Gene Simmons. (AUDIO) There’s also a first-time interview with Berry’s wife of 68 years, Themetta Suggs, as well as testimonials from Rolling Stones’ Keith Richards, Aerosmith’s Joe Perry and more. It arrives on Blu-Ray November 27th.
Are you guys cemetery goers as far as visiting dead relatives or friends? I know this is a bit different but ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER spent Veterans Day like he always does . . . visiting Los Angeles National Cemetery to pay tribute to the “true action heroes” who made America what it is. In an Instagram video, he said, quote, “I owe everything to you, everything that happened in my life, all the successes, it’s because of you. Thank you.” HE was very upset that people by the 10s of thousands will go to rallys, and ill say on either side of the aisle, yet no one goes to cemeteries to pay respects.
Turkey free pledge time! I have a feeling a lot of people won’t be eating turkey this Thanksgiving, simply because they’re not having their usual family gatherings. But some people are doing it as a form of animal activism. Not surprisingly, you’ll find a lot of those people in Hollywood. An advocacy group called Farm Sanctuary has a turkey-free pledge you can sign on their website, and several celebrities already have. They include Alec Baldwin, Alicia Silverstone, Joaquin Phoenix, Rooney Mara, Edie Falco, Sia, Alan Cumming, Lisa Edelstein, Richard Marx, and Daisy Fuentes.
If you are in radio a good axiom is always don’t throw anything away in case ya need it. ALEX TREBEK didn’t just work right up until his death. Back in July, he told “People” magazine that he was busy getting rid of stuff. Quote, “I have accumulated so much over the past four decades, it’s difficult to decide what’s got to go.
And like a lot of us, Alex was often disappointed to find out how worthless some of his possessions were. Quote, “You think you’ve found a good treasure, and then you look it up on eBay and it goes for $17.90. “You say, ‘Well, I can get rid of it now, I guess.'”
There’s a new Instagram account called Overheard Celebs, where they collect people’s stories of their random celebrity encounters. They weed through the submissions and only post the ones they think are REAL, and some of them come with pictorial proof. Here are some of the best ones:
- “I was working on a congressional campaign in 2016, when Anne Hathaway came to speak at one of the Dem headquarters . . . a little girl, probably about 8 or so, said, ‘I’m sorry but can I get a picture?’ Without missing a beat, Anne replied, ‘Don’t ever apologize for asking for what you want.’ The girl lit up and they took the picture.'”
- “I was walking my dog outside my office in Hollywood when I saw Jane Lynch. She was staring in my direction pretty intensely and then all of a sudden started walking towards me with purpose . . .”She smiled and said, ‘I’m having a rough day. Can I pet your dog?'”
- “My very first job in L.A. was a set production assistant . . . [Matthew McConaughey] asked me to . . . get him a beer with ice out of his fridge because ‘I like to hydrate while I dehydrate.'”
- “I told [Jerry Springer] with glee, “I used to come home from school and watch your show when I was a kid. You shaped my childhood!’ He responded, ‘I’m so sorry.'”
- “I met Dave Chappelle in an AT&T store back in 2004. I was like, ‘Holy [crap], you’re Dave Chappelle!’ And he was like, ‘Holy [crap], you’re a random white dude!’ And that was the end of that.”
- “Bill Murray told an airport bartender my ID was fake
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.”
Universal Pictures and Dwayne Johnson 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. It’s 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.
Anyone still watching 13 Reasons Why? Season 4 I guess wrapped this past summer. That is produced by Selena Gomez. Ms. Gomez now will make whats probably her biggest movie so far. She is going to play mountaineer Silvia Vásquez-Lavado. Its based on Silvia’s memoir after she became the first openly gay woman to scale all Seven Summits, the highest points on every continent, and the first Peruvian woman to climb Mt. Everest. She is a respected survivor of abuse as well. She is the founder of Courageous Girls, a nonprofit, which helps survivors of childhood sexual violence heal through mountain climbing.
CBS is taking a big step toward diversity. From here on out, all of its unscripted shows have to have casts that are 50% NON-WHITE. That includes “Survivor”, “Big Brother”, and “Love Island”. Also, CBS will commit at least 25% of its annual unscripted budget to projects created or co-created by minorities . . . and they want at least 40% representation in writers’ rooms.
Things are going to be a lot different when concerts start up again. Ticketmaster is working on a system where you’ll have to either prove you’ve been vaccinated OR test negative in advance to even get past the gate. Here’s how it’ll work: After buying a ticket, you’ll either have to verify that you’ve been vaccinated within a certain window . . . or you’ll have to test negative 24 to 48 hours before the show. It’ll be done through the Ticketmaster app before you even show up. One official who’s helping entertainment companies establish COVID-19 strategies says, quote, “Integrating ticketing platforms with the guests verified testing results is one key way to reimagine how we’re going to get fans back to live events.”
AC/DC have launched a new clothing line that pays tribute to both‘Highway To Hell’ and ‘Back In Black’. They are set to release their new album ‘Power Up’ next week. They got with DCShoes for T-shirts, footwear and accessories. There is a longsleeved sweater and t shirt with the cover art to 1980’s ‘Highway To Hell’, a pair of black skater shoes adorned with the iconic AC/DC logo, and a pair of loafers. The ‘Back In Black’ collection, meanwhile, consists of a snapback cap, an ‘Access All Areas’ T-shirt, and black sneakers. Also, AC/DC released another new song. This one is called “Realize“. Check it out
The Pretty Reckless have finally announced a release date for their album, Death by Rock and Roll. The album drops February 21st, 2021. The Pretty Reckless are also releasing a new single from the album tomorrow called “25”. A few dudes from Soundgarden as well as Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello appear on the record.
Russell Westbrook is 32. Houston Rockets
Anne Hathaway is 38.
Ryan Gosling is 40.
Tonya Harding is 50
Sammy Sosa is 52.
Neil Young is 75.
Al Michaels is 76
Wallace Shawn is 77.
And today’s BURTON BIRTHDAY OF THE DAY….he is a boxing referee legend. He also is a legit judge who had a daytime TV show…and in addition to that…he also voiced the ref on Celebrity Deathmatch. Judge Mills Lane is….84 years young.
Today’s birthday girl has stuffed more than an NBA center blocking a shot from a 3rd grader in 153 fine films including:
- Blue Collar Boobs
- MILF n Cookies
- The DNA Clinic
- Fun Factory
- Let Him Watch
- Your Husband Has Been Cheating On You
- Who Stole Rogers Rabbit?
- And who could forget…her unforgettable role in…Why Am I Cleaning Up Your Ish?
STACEY SARAN is 41 YEARS OLD
Tonight on Thursday Night Football it’s the Titans hosting the Colts. The Colts are 5-3 and the Titans are 6-2. Kick off is scheduled for 7PM tonight. Make sure you get your picks in by going to 1057thepoint.com/picks.
The 2020 Masters kicks off today. This is the first time in history that the Masters is being held in the fall and that’s all due to the coronavirus. Golfers begin teeing off this morning at 6AM St Louis Time. The favorite is Bryson DeChambeau but people are also saying that John Rahm has a very good chance this weekend as well. Coverage starts today and goes through Sunday.
Cleveland Indians ace Shane Bieber and Cincinnati Reds star Trevor Bauer took home the American and National League Cy Young Awards. Bieber received the honors in the AL after going 8-1 with a 1.63 ERA and 122 strikeouts in just 77.1 innings. The right-handed Cleveland ace finished alone or tied in first in MLB in victories, ERA, and strikeouts. He was a unanimous winner, collecting all 30 first-place votes. Bauer mowed down hitters going 5-4 with 100 strikeouts while posting a 1.73 ERA. He also tossed two complete-game shutouts. As a result, the NL voting was similarly decisive, with 27 first-place votes going to the winner.
The Los Angeles Lakers will not allow fans in the stands for home games in 2020-21. L.A. cited guidance from state and local health officials in making its decision. The club said it will celebrate the raising of its 2019-20 championship banner with fans at Staples Center when it is safe to do so. The Clippers and Kings share Staples Center with the Lakers. Neither have put out similar statements; however, a report came out that told fans who previously purchased Premier Seating—providing access to all Staples events—have been told not to expect fans at any sports games this season.
San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan is stepping away from coaching after spending last season as an assistant coach with his former team. This decision was expected, and the 44-year-old Hall of Famer will continue to provide player development guidance as he did after he retired following the 2015-16 season. Duncan earned 15 selections each to the All-NBA, All-Defensive and All-Star teams through his 19 seasons as a player, where he led the Spurs to five championships after the team drafted him with the first overall pick out of Wake Forest in 1997.
How are things going in college football? Not great. This weekend were seeing a bunch of games cancelled because of COVID. The Mizzou/Georgia game has been postponed. Rumor is that it was Mizzou that had a bunch of players test positive. Saturdays Ohio State/Maryland game has been canceled. The Auburn/Mississippi State game has been postponed as well as the Alabama/LSU and Texas A&M/Tennessee game.
The International Olympic Committee expects that the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, which were postponed over the summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic, will go on as rescheduled in July 2021. The head of the IOC said: “Our clear commitment is to make the participation at the Olympic Games possible for all.” How are things going in Japan? Well, reports came out that showed more than 2,000 fans were in attendance for an international gymnastics meet in Tokyo that was held over the weekend.
And finally – this sucks…. Penn State’s Journey Brown, considered one of the top returning running backs in all of college football and a potential high-round NFL draft pick, announced his medical retirement from football yesterday. Brown said he has been diagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, a disease that causes the heart muscle to become abnormally thick. The condition was discovered during a COVID-19 test in September but was not related to the virus. Brown posted a statement to Twitter announcing the decision. “The pain of not being able to play the game I love anymore hurts and I can’t explain how I am feeling right now…However, I can walk away from the game knowing I truly gave my all at every practice, on every down and in the locker room every day.”