For the Fourth of July, WalletHub.com analyzed all 50 states to find out which ones are the most PATRIOTIC.
They looked at eight different factors, including military enlistment rates . . . how many people voted in the last election . . . and how often people volunteer. And according to them, the most patriotic state is . . . VIRGINIA.
The rest of the top ten goes Washington, Colorado, Idaho, Alaska, Maine, North Carolina, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Georgia.
The LEAST patriotic state is New York, which has the fewest veterans per capita. It also has the second-lowest number of volunteers, and it's 46th in voter turnout.
The rest of the ten least patriotic states are New Jersey, Rhode Island, Utah, West Virginia, Arkansas, Connecticut, Illinois, Louisiana, and Pennsylvania.
Florida came in 14th . . . Texas came in 33rd . . . California is 35th . . . and Massachusetts came in 40th.
The study also found states that voted Republican in the 2012 election are slightly more patriotic than states that went Democrat. But it's so close, it's basically a tie.
'The pain is astounding!' Man tries to wear a pair of sky-high heels for an entire day to prove that women are 'wimps' - but lasts less than 12 hours before admitting defeat...Brandon Cohen, a Los Angeles-based video correspondent, wanted to better understand why woman always complain about wearing stilettos...
If you really want to understand women, you should walk a mile in their shoes - and that is exactly what one man did in an effort to understand why the opposite sex 'won't stop complaining' about wearing high heels.
Brandon Cohen, a Los Angeles-based video correspondent for BroBible, set out to wear heels for an entire workday to show what 'wimps' women are, documenting his entire experience in a newly-released video clip. However, his plan started to go awry the moment he traded his usual comfy boat shoes for strappy stilettos, confessing that he was in total agony as soon as he put the heels on.
'Oh god,' he says in the video shared on BroBible's YouTube channel this week. 'I am already in so much pain. It's astounding.'
Seth MacFarlane returns as Mark Wahlberg's foul-mouthed talking teddy bear Ted. He also wrote and directed both movies. This one's about his struggle to prove he's a person.
He gets married, but then the government reacts by declaring he's just property. In addition to revoking Ted's marriage license, that ruling shuts down his plans to adopt. So he hires Amanda Seyfried to fight for his rights in court.
"Mad Men's" John Slattery is the prosecutor, Morgan Freeman plays a legendary civil rights lawyer, and Tom Brady has a memorable cameo as himself when the guys try to harvest his man-seed so Ted's wife can have a baby.
Hey FB Pals! This thing is DONE the end of June and times running out! Help keep history ALIVE with your support to Bonanzaville - Cass County Historical Society! Lots of plans for a great future moving forward with Bonanzaville~ Anything helps but I only have to the end of the month. Thanks! Heres the link...
It's about time a Fitbit did something USEFUL, besides making you feel bad about taking less than 2,000 steps in a day.
43-year-old Jeannine Risley of St. Petersburg, Florida was staying in the guest room at her boss's house in East Lampeter Township, Pennsylvania back on March 10th.
And she called the cops in the middle of the night . . . because she said a strange man busted into the room, pulled her out of bed, and sexually ASSAULTED her at knifepoint.
So they launched a massive investigation. But Jeannine's story eventually started to unravel, thanks to one big clue: Her Fitbit. When she CLAIMED she was sleeping, the data actually showed she was walking around.
The cops also pointed out there were no footprints in the snow around the house, and no signs of an intruder.
So why would she have made up the story? Apparently her boss had just told her she'd be losing her job.
She was charged with making false reports to law enforcement, false alarms to public safety, and tampering with evidence.
Fargo Police are investigating what appears to be a second murder in less than 24 hours in North Fargo.
The 911 call came in overnight Tuesday as a fire call. Police found the body of a man in the 1100 block of 12th Street North just before 1 a.m.
Police Lt. Joel Vettel tells us the death appears to be violent in nature. Police have not ruled it a murder, but say the man's death is suspicious in nature.
Vettel says based on the location and time of death they are looking into the possibility the death is connected with a murder that happened Monday afternoon in North Fargo.
Police are looking for 35-year old Ashley Hunter in the first murder case on Monday. They say he is a person of interest.
ALEX RODRIGUEZ hit a homerun on Friday night for his 3,000th career hit. That's a major milestone . . . he's only the 29th player in baseball history to hit that many. So naturally, he'd like that ball.
But the Yankee fan who ended up with it has NO intention of giving it up.
The guy's name is Zack Hample, and he's a well-known "ballhawk", who's snagged more than 8,000 balls in 51 major league stadiums since 1990. He even wrote a book called "How to Snag Major League Baseballs: More Than 100 Tested Tips That Really Work", as well as two other books about baseball.
He said the team offered him a package that included . . . quote, "All kinds of memorabilia . . . bats, jerseys, signatures, the chance to meet A-Rod, the chance to have my own press conference, [and $1,500 V.I.P.] tickets." But he said no.
Hample says he doesn't think A-Rod automatically "deserves" the ball back, and adds that he doesn't know what he's going to do with it yet. He might keep it in his collection, he might sell it, or he might do something with a charity.
One expert claims the ball could be worth $200,000, but no one really has any idea.
The ongoing feud between EDDIE VAN HALEN and SAMMY HAGAR got turned up a notch over the weekend, after Eddie took a shot at longtime VAN HALEN bassist MICHAEL ANTHONY, who's now buddies with Sammy.
Eddie told "Billboard" he thinks his son WOLFGANG is a better bassist than Michael is . . . because, quote, "Every note Mike ever played, I had to show him how to play. Before we'd go on tour, he'd come over with a video camera and I'd have to show him how to play all the parts."
Eddie also said he doesn't think Michael's backing vocals were all that great . . . quote, "Mike's voice is like a piccolo trumpet. But he's not a singer. He just has a range from hell. Mike was just born with a very high voice.
"I have more soul as a singer than he does . . . people always talk about Mike's voice on Van Halen songs, but that's a blend of Mike's voice and my voice. It's not just him."
In response, Michael took the high road: Quote, "I'm proud to say that my bass playing and vocals helped create our sound. I've always chosen to stay out of the never-ending mudslinging, because it ultimately ends up hurting the fans."
Not surprisingly, Sammy had something to say about this, and he was FURIOUS. In a Facebook video, he tore into Eddie, saying, quote, "Mikey was the most loyal guy in the band. He was the first guy there at rehearsal, the last guy to leave."
"For Eddie to say he had to show him what to play . . . that's the biggest line of [B.S.] I've ever heard in my life . . . Michael Anthony is a bad mother[effer]. [Eff] you, Eddie Van Halen for saying that about Mikey. You're a liar."
Some places have pretty serious rules for how long your grass can be. Apparently the town of Riesel, Texas is one of them.
Last Tuesday, the local news there did a story about a 75-year-old woman named Gerry Suttle, because the grass in a field in front of her house was over 18 inches tall . . . and she was being threatened with JAIL TIME.
Apparently she couldn't afford to pay someone to mow it. So she got cited, and was supposed to appear in court. But she says she never got the notice, and the judge put a warrant out for her arrest when she didn't show up.
Anyway, a day or two after the story aired, Gerry didn't have to worry about her lawn anymore . . . because four brothers who live nearby showed up with lawnmowers and weed whackers, and started mowing it for FREE in 95-degree heat.
The four of them range in age from about 10 to 15. And once they started mowing, OTHER people who saw them showed up with riding mowers to help out. And the whole field was done in about two hours.
Gerry still had to go to court to deal with the warrant this week. But she got pretty emotional when she saw the four kids outside working. And they say they'll keep mowing the field for her as long as she needs them to.
Hello pals! It's another GREAT year and my 3rd run for Mayor of the most righteous Bonanzaville! Such a GEM right here in the heartland of our GREAT nation! A step back in time with ACTUAL buildings from a lost era that have been donated and lovingly restored to former glory. The Cass County Historical Society maintains this wonderful slice of Americana and I need YOUR help to raise funds to keep it alive! And THATS why I'm running for Mayor! Additionally, so you know, Bonanzaville is a non-profit, so donations can be written off as charitable contributions.
But wait! Theres more!
ANY business that gives $500 or more will get acknowledged via the Bonazaville newsletter, program announcements when we name the mayor, and their business name and logo will be printed on a banner that will be displayed at all the Bonanzaville primary events this entire year. Pretty dang cool plus...it's tax deductable! Heres to saving and maintaining what made us what we are today, for future generations to enjoy tommorrow.
A buck is a vote so vote loudly and vote often!
*Also as Mayor I will be granted the power to control all the ghosts living at Bonanzaville to do my bidding and that of my constituants ;)
The guys from How Ridiculous, a YouTube channel based in Perth, Australia, achieved the world record for highest basketball shot when they tossed a basketball off the top of Tasmania's Gordon Dam and made it in a hoop at the bottom, 415 feet below.
Beginning this week, you can have "The Terminator" voice on your Waze GPS app. And it really was recorded by ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER. It's a promotion for the upcoming movie "Terminator: Genisys", which comes out July 1st. But it's still pretty cool.
USAToday.com has a brief preview. Unfortunately it's mostly just some intro speaking . . . and not any actual directions.
The feature won't be permanent, but it'll last until at least mid-July.
"Jurassic World" was estimated to make about $135 million this weekend, which would have been great. But it ended up pulling in $204.6 million . . . which was close to a record.
It was the second-best opening weekend in HISTORY, behind "The Avengers", which made $207 million in its opening weekend in 2012. "Jurassic World" did set the record for highest worldwide opening of all time, with $511.8 million.
The original "Jurassic Park" opened with a mere $47 million in 1993 . . . "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" opened with $72.1 million in 1997 . . . and "Jurassic Park 3" opened with $50.8 million in 2001.
(Here are the Top 10 opening weekends of all time . . .)
1. "The Avengers"
2. "Jurassic World"
3. "Avengers: Age of Ultron"
4. "Iron Man 3"
5. "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2"
6. "The Dark Knight Rises"
7. "The Dark Knight"
8. "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"
9. "The Hunger Games"
10. "Spider-Man 3"
It goes without saying that there will be a sequel. And CHRIS PRATT says he's on board.
Meanwhile, a "Jurassic Park" fan site calculated what it would cost to build an ACTUAL Jurassic Park. Obviously, they did a lot of guessing, but they came up with a figure of $23.4 BILLION . . . plus $11.9 billion in annual costs.
(WARNING!!! Jeff Goldblum drops the S-word at the end of this video.)
Here are the weekend's Top 10 movies:
1. NEW: "Jurassic World", $204.6 million.
2. "Spy", $16 million. Up to $56.9 million in its 2nd week.
3. "San Andreas", $11 million. Up to $119 million in its 3rd week.
4. "Insidious Chapter 3", $7.3 million. Up to $37.4 million in its 2nd week.
5. "Pitch Perfect 2", $6 million. Up to $171 million in its 5th week.
6. "Entourage", $4.3 million. Up to $25.9 million in its 2nd week.
7. "Mad Max: Fury Road", $4.1 million. Up to $139 million in its 5th week.
8. "Avengers: Age of Ultron", $3.6 million. Up to $445 million in its 7th week.
9. "Tomorrowland", $3.4 million. Up to $83.6 million in its 4th week.
10. "Love & Mercy", $1.8 million. Up to $4.8 million in its 2nd week.
Don Jamieson from "That Metal Show" has put together a list of the "Top 10 Songs About Cars." Obviously, it's all hard rock and metal. Here it is . . .
1. "Highway Star", Deep Purple, 1972
2. "Panama", Van Halen, 1984
3. "Under My Wheels", Alice Cooper, 1971
4. "Red Barchetta", Rush, 1981
5. "Fuel", Metallica, 1998
6. "Lovedrive", Scorpions, 1979
7. "Road Racin'", Riot, 1979
8. "I Can't Drive 55", Sammy Hagar, 1984
9. " Jerry Was a Race Car Driver", Primus, 1991
10. "Slick Black Cadillac", Quiet Riot, 1978
Honorable mentions went to: "Ready to Burn" by Krokus . . . "Black Sunshine" by White Zombie . . . "I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide", by ZZ Top . . . "I'm in Love with My Car", by Queen . . . and "Wheels of Steel" by Saxon.
Songs that were intentionally left off include: "Slow Ride" by Foghat and "Trampled Under Foot" by Led Zeppelin, which are both about sex . . . and "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC, which is about touring life.
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SUSAN OLSEN was just eight years old when she started playing Cindy on "The Brady Bunch" . . . but that didn't stop her from making out with one of her co-stars.
In a new interview, she was asked if any of the Brady kids hooked up behind-the-scenes, and she said, quote, "I think all of us did . . . we led a sheltered life for part of the year, so if there was anybody to get a crush on or try to date, it would be our counterparts.
"So I had Mike Lookinland [Bobby] and we used to make out in the doghouse when we were nine. Eve [Plumb, who played Jan] always had a crush on Chris [Knight, Peter], they did kind of hook up later on.
"And of course there was Maureen [McCormick, who played Marcia] and Barry [Williams, Greg], but Barry REALLY wanted to hook up with Florence [Henderson, who was Carol Brady], but Florence kept that very platonic."
God, Cindy is SUCH a tattletale!
For what it's worth, Barry was in his late-20s when the show was filming . . . Florence is 20 years older. Not only would that make her a COUGAR, she would've been a MARRIED cougar.
Susan also confirmed that Marcia and Jan HATE each other in real life.
She said, quote, "They do not [like each other]. I think it's kind of petty. From Day One with these two I have always been in the middle and now it's at the point where there isn't even a desire to communicate through me. If your feelings get hurt when you're really young, some people carry it with them. Or maybe to them, moving on means moving away."
She also said that everyone knew that Robert Reed was gay, but no one ever talked about it.
She said, quote, "He never meant for us to know, and I think he might have been mortified to know that we knew . . . but we didn't think it was a big deal."
Because Pizza Hut pizza doesn't already have enough fat and calories and all the other delicious stuff that's bad for you, the chain is debuting a new hot dog-stuffed crust pizza next week. The Hot Dog Bites Pizza will come as a large, one-topping pie with bite-sized, dough-wrapped hot dogs instead of a crust, and French mustard on the side.
HUGH HEFNER's former girlfriend HOLLY MADISON has a new tell-all book coming out, and she reveals that, shockingly, her stint as one of Hef's girlfriends was NOT one of the best times in her life.
It all started during a night out with Hugh in 2001, when he offered up a handful of "large horse pills held together by a crumpled tissue," and asked her if she wanted a Quaalude.
When she said no, he replied, quote, "Okay, that's good. Usually, I don't approve of drugs, but you know, in the '70s they used to call these pills thigh openers."
But, facing possible homelessness, she moved into the Playboy Mansion a few weeks later . . . and saw firsthand how Hefner controlled all his "girlfriends" by pitting them against each other to create competition.
She soon became his #1 girlfriend, but it was apparently a lot more fun for him than it was for her . . . or any of the girls, for that matter. Holly says that when it came to sex, they all, quote, "tried to get it over with as quickly as possible."
The first time she entered his bedroom, Holly says it was like an episode of hoarders, with piles of videotapes, stuffed animals, art, and gifts littering the room.
Two TVs were playing porn, while Hefner sat in the middle of his bed, quote, "TENDING TO HIS OWN BUSINESS and puffing on a joint."
She adds, quote, "The girlfriends, in various stages of undress, were sitting in a semicircle at the edge of the bed . . . some kneeling, some standing, some lying down."
She says, quote, "When I think about it now, it's almost comical. Every red-blooded American male has no doubt fantasized about what went on in Hugh Hefner's bedroom with his harem of blond bombshells. The answer? Not a whole lot."
When Holly decided to leave in 2008, he tried to bribe her by leaving her $3 million in his will. She says, quote, "I actually pitied him for stooping to that level. I couldn't help but be offended. Did he really think he could buy me?"
As for why she's coming out with this now, she says, quote, "I'm done being afraid of people. I don't have any loyalty to Hef. I haven't talked to him in four years, so there's no reason to reach out now. Besides, it's the truth."
Holly's also not friends with her "Girls Next Door" co-star KENDRA WILKINSON, since she threw her and their other castmate, BRIDGET MARQUARDT, under the bus in an interview several years ago.
(Holly's book is called "Down the Rabbit Hole: Curious Adventures and Cautionary Tales of a Former Playboy Bunny", and it comes out on the 23rd.)
Biloxi Shuckers first home game on June 6, 2015 at the MGM park in Biloxi, Mississippi. A line drive hit into the right field side stands by Biloxi Shuckers pitcher Tyler Wagner was caught by me barehanded. Footage was captured on my GoPro Hero 4 with the head mount.
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is going to rest up for a while - and then hit the track for more races. That's despite the fact his big money days ahead are at the stud farm. Experts say American Pharoah can be put out to stud...for $75,000 to $100,000 a shot - four times a day!! The family that owns American Pharoah is said to have already made a deal with a stud farm - for $20-million dollars. Racing experts say that's the benefit of winning the Triple Crown - you get to have sex with 200 mares a year!!
And speaking of the Triple Crown - there are over 90,000 winning tickets from bettors - that never got cashed in on Saturday. The racing industry says people probably realized having a winning ticket for the first Triple Crown winning race in 37 years...was a more valuable souvenir than the money.
-And the racing industry thanks you for that.
The 2015 Triple Crown winner American Pharoah ran the sixth-fastest Belmont Stakes ever, but if he were racing against Secretariat's record time in 1973, he would have been a distant second. Watch the two races side-by-side...
Spike TV's "Guys' Choice Awards" taped on Saturday night . . . and it featured CLINT EASTWOOD trying to make a "joke" about CAITLYN JENNER.
Clint was introducing THE ROCK, and in comparing him to other athletes who became actors he said, quote, "like Jim Brown and Caitlyn Somebody." It sounds like Clint was trying to be funny, but Spike isn't taking any chances.
A network exec said that they're cutting the crack from the broadcast, which airs Saturday, June 18th. For what it's worth, HollywoodLife.com claims the audience groaned after Clint delivered the line.
Syfy has released the first teaser for "Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!" . . . and it's ridiculous, obviously. It begins with a cheesy voice-over, then it mentions trilogies like "The Lord of the Rings", "The Dark Knight", and "The Godfather". It's a brief clip so there's not much action . . . but a shark does end up in the lap of the Lincoln Monument. Heres the clip
Senatobia High School in northwest Mississippi had its graduation a few weeks ago, and the program said, "Hold your applause." But when a girl named Lakaydra Walker was graduating, her four family members went nuts for her anyway. So the superintendent had them THROWN OUT. Then he went to the COPS, and asked if there was any legal action he could take. The cops said yes, and all four just got arrest warrants for disturbing the peace. (The school says it banned cheering so every kid would have a fair chance to hear their name called. Lakaydra's family still thinks this is an overboard reaction. Lakaydra's brother Henry Miller screamed, "You did it, baby!"
A Hooters-inspired restaurant called Tallywackers that has all male servers who wear short shorts and red tank tops opened over the weekend in Dallas. Tallywackers, for those who don't know, is a euphemism for men's "junk," just as Hooters is for women's breasts. The restaurant will serve things like steaks, pizzas, pasta and hot dogs, including a one-pound, all-beef frank on a bun that's called, of course, "The Tallywacker." Unlike at Hooters, however, guests will be able to choose which server they want to wait on them.
Last fall, five fifth-graders at a school in Mankato, Minnesota noticed a kid with special needs getting picked on at recess. His name is James Willmert. And they did more than stick up for him. They went WAY above and beyond.
Their names are Gus Gartzke, Tyler Jones, Jake Burgess, Landon Kopischke, and Jack Pemble. We wanted to say their names on the air, because they deserve it.
First, they made sure the bullying stopped, and they have his back at recess every day now. And when they realized he didn't really have any friends, they told him to start sitting with THEM at lunch, and made him part of their group.
Now they all play football and basketball together at recess. His mom says he used to HATE recess, but now he can't wait for it. And she recently put up a basketball hoop in their driveway, because he's gotten really into sports.
The guys also started helping him with little things he has trouble with, like opening a bag of chips or tying his shoes.
And finally, one of them recently asked what video games he has. James said he didn't have any, so they pooled their money . . . got their parents to chip in a little more . . . and bought him a PlayStation.
A video of a spider crawling out of a guy's ear went viral over the weekend. But it turns out it's fake. The guy who posted it is named Bruce Branit, and he runs his own special effects company in Kansas City, Missouri. It's still kinda creepy to watch though.
Here's the original video...just cuz it's creepy...
The 2012 NFL MVP will join the Vikings for organized team activities on Tuesday, ending an absence from the team that stretched nearly nine months, back to when Peterson was indicted on Sept. 12 for injuring his child while disciplining him with a switch.
Adrian Peterson will join the Vikings for OTAs on Tuesday, ending a nearly nine-month absence after the running back was indicted on child injury charges. Jerry Lai/USA TODAY Sports
"I'm returning because I want to. I'm a part of this football team and I owe it to the guys I play with and to our coaches," Peterson told ESPN. "I was planning on coming in this week, and I'm looking forward to getting back on the field. It's what I love to do."
Peterson had harbored reservations about returning to the Vikings after missing 15 games last season, telling ESPN in February he believed the team had not sufficiently supported him through his legal troubles and that his family had concerns about returning to Minnesota.
He also said in February that he was stung by Governor Mark Dayton's comments requesting that the Vikings have Peterson taken off the field after the indictment. Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, said in March he believed it was in Peterson's "best interests" to play elsewhere.
"I'm returning because I want to. I'm a part of this football team and I owe it to the guys I play with and to our coaches. ... I'm looking forward to getting back on the field. It's what I love to do."
Adrian Peterson, Vikings RB
The Vikings, however, maintained they would not trade Peterson, and he decided to return to the team after talking with coach Mike Zimmer.
After the Vikings did not trade Peterson during the NFL draft, the running back's focus seemed to shift to securing guaranteed money from the Vikings. Peterson is scheduled to make $12.75 million in 2015 and has a contract that runs through 2017, but has no more guaranteed money in his deal, meaning the Vikings could cut the 30-year-old running back without having to pay him another dollar.
The Vikings have not yet reworked Peterson's contract, but it seemed over the weekend as though the running back was considering a return to the Vikings after his conversations with Zimmer. He boarded a flight to the Twin Cities on Monday, and was ready to rejoin the team on Tuesday morning.
Peterson declined to discuss whether the Vikings had indicated a willingness to restructure his contract.
"I'll leave those discussions to my agent, but any player wants to guarantee his future as much as possible," Peterson said. "I'm focused on what I need to do on the field, what I need to do to prepare for the season."
Peterson's contract calls for him to earn a $250,000 workout bonus if he participates in all of the Vikings' OTAs and minicamp, but the team has given Peterson his workout bonus in two of the last three seasons, despite him missing some OTAs, and could decide to pay Peterson the bonus this year, even though he did not attend the first week of Vikings OTAs.
The return of Peterson, who will join second-year quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, could transform the Vikings into a trendy playoff pick in 2015. The Vikings won five of their final nine games last season, finishing 7-9 despite also losing two starting offensive linemen to season-ending injuries.
Now, Bridgewater has an offense that includes Peterson, Mike Wallace, Kyle Rudolph, Charles Johnson and Cordarrelle Patterson among its weapons, and the Vikings had the league's 11th-best scoring defense under Zimmer in 2014.
Peterson posted 93 combined rushing and receiving yards in his only game for the Vikings in 2014, but had said before the season he'd been waiting for an offense like coordinator Norv Turner's scheme his whole career.
The Vikings' offense shifted once Bridgewater took over as the starting QB in Week 3 -- Matt Asiata and Jerick McKinnon logged more shotgun carries (114) than Peterson had his entire career, according to ESPN Stats and Information -- but Peterson sounded eager to add his presence to the Vikings' repertoire of weapons.
"I know what kind of offense Norv Turner runs, and this year there was a lot of production out of the shotgun formation with the passing game and the running game," Peterson said. "I feel like I bring a different dynamic to the back end and with that it will allow for different formations to be presented that will allow the quarterback to be comfortable."
And the Vikings, who are set to move into a new stadium in 2016, can once again envision Peterson playing for them in their new billion-dollar home.
"I've been watching this game from the sidelines for far too long," Peterson said. "My teammates and coaches are important to me. Those relationships matter, and I owe it to those guys. I knew I wanted to come in this week. I had a family obligation last week but I'm ready to put on a Vikings uniform again and get back to work."
It's official: CAITLYN JENNER is here. Henceforth, there is no BRUCE. And "he" will now be referred to as SHE. "Vanity Fair" introduced the world to Caitlyn Jenner yesterday, when they released their cover photo of her.
A lot of people are comparing her to JESSICA LANGE, and Jessica's response was, quote, "That's so wonderful."
When you see the cover photo, you'll notice that Caitlyn posed for the cover in a SATIN CORSET. According to TMZ, her cup size is a tasteful-but-still-succulent 38B.
Caitlyn had facial-feminization surgery on March 15th, but still has her man-parts "down there." There's no word if or when the snipping and burrowing will commence. Radar Online claims he HAS had the surgery since he gave this interview.
And that's Caitlyn with a "C", not a "K". A source says she did it on purpose, to avoid any association with the Kardashians.
Caitlyn says doing the "Vanity Fair" photo shoot was even BETTER than winning Olympic gold, because, quote, "This shoot was about my life and who I am as a person.
"It's not about the fanfare, it's not about people cheering in the stadium, it's not about going down the street and everybody giving you 'that a boy, Bruce,' pat on the back, O.K. This is about your life."
And Jenner definitely doesn't regret the decision. Quote, "If I was lying on my deathbed and I had kept this secret and never ever did anything about it, I would be lying there saying, 'You just blew your entire life. You never dealt with yourself,' and I don't want that to happen."
Gunnar Nelson talked to Robbie, Dave and Moose about the good ol' days, you know when MTV played videos, his All-Star band Scrap Metal, who are appearing this Friday night at Dakota Magic Casino, also what Nelson is up to today and more!