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by Mike Waters posted May 24 2017 1:09PM
Anybody catch that exchange between Shaq and Charles Barkley last night on TNT after the Cavs-Celtics game 4? I could listen to these two roasting each other all day! Let's go to the video!

by Robbie Daniels posted May 24 2017 10:00AM
Shawn Steward of Oxnard had a once-in-a-lifetime catch last week in the Channel Islands. Steward caught a 90-pound opah...

by Admin posted May 24 2017 8:00AM
ROGER MOORE's James Bond was more of a LOVER than a fighter . . . by one count, his Bond had 19 female conquests. And naturally, some of the Bond Girls from his movies have paid tribute to him.

Jane Seymour from "Live and Let Die": "I'm devastated to learn of [his] passing. He taught me about work ethic and humility. He was so funny, kind, and thoughtful to everyone around him . . . through his lifelong work with UNICEF he showed me the true meaning of being a humanitarian . . . He was my Bond."

Britt Ekland from "The Man with the Golden Gun": "My Bond is gone, [and I'm] filled with great sadness. Roger was the epitome of Bond, witty, sophisticated, elegant, funny."

Barbara Bach from "The Spy Who Loved Me": "It was a pleasure working with Roger, he was a kind and good man. A true gentleman. Peace, love and condolences to his wife and family."

Tanya Roberts from "A View to a Kill": "So sorry to hear about [his] passing. We had a lot of fun working together. He always had a joke to tell, and was a pleasure to work with. He was a terrific guy."

Maud Adams . . . the Swedish actress who WAS OCTOPUSSY . . . gave an interview in Swedish yesterday . . . and according to 'Google Translate,' she said, quote, "He was an amazing man, [and] one of the most beautiful men who walked on the Earth."

She also said it's probably been two years since she's seen him, but they've remained in touch sporadically over the years. Quote, "He had great significance for me and my career, and was a good friend. [This loss is] very sad."

As far as we can tell, Lois Chiles from "Moonraker" hasn't commented publicly . . . and neither has Carole Bouquet from "For Your Eyes Only", or Grace Jones, who was May Day in "A View to a Kill".

The original Bond Sean Connery said, quote, "I was very sad to hear of Roger's passing. We had an unusually long relationship by Hollywood standards, that was filled with jokes and laughter, I will miss him."
by Admin posted May 24 2017 6:52AM
The NFL has earned the nickname the 'No Fun League' over the past decade, for increasingly going after things like touchdown celebrations.

Well, in a somewhat surprising turn, the league is RELAXING those rules . . . but only to an extent.

Commissioner ROGER GOODELL says players can now use the football "as a prop" in a celebration . . . they can celebrate on the ground, so "snow angels" are now legal . . . and players can do "group demonstrations."

If this seems a little silly, well, it is. But the ban on this stuff was also ridiculous.

Anything that resembles TAUNTING will still be penalized, including standing over an opponent. Prolonged celebrations that delay the game will not be allowed. And offensive celebrations will also be flagged . . . so that's anything violent or sexually suggestive, like TWERKING.

Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown seemed to question the twerking ban on Twitter . . . but I think we can all agree that this rule isn't the end of the world.

In a statement to fans, Goodell said, quote, "We know that you love the spontaneous displays of emotion that come after a spectacular touchdown. And players have told us they want more freedom to be able to express themselves and celebrate their athletic achievements."

Goodell even made a JOKE about the situation, Tweeting, quote, "Don't get any ideas about pumps, Keegan-Michael Key . . . they're still not okay under the new policy." (That's a reference to the "Key & Peele" excessive celebration bit.)

For what it's worth, Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is NOT a fan of this change. He said, quote, "I'm not for that at all. We had a good standard, and the whole standard has always been, you want to teach people how to play the game the correct way and go about it the correct way.

"That's not a very good example for young people . . . again, this is a team game, and . . . I don't understand why we want to give in to individual celebrations."
by Mike Waters posted May 23 2017 3:25PM
Ya know, some people aren't smart enough to have nice things. Check out this guy showing off in his fancy Audi R8 which, by the way cost Well over 150 grand...before crashing it!
by Newstatesman posted May 23 2017 12:00PM
This is a very good read...lots of "I didn't know that" about Gene Simmons and Kiss...written by Kate Mossman
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by posted May 23 2017 11:00AM
Throughout film history, local, state, and national governments have stopped movies from being shown in theaters. This may seem like a violation of a director's freedom of speech. But some of these movies have been banned for good reasons—others, not so much. In at least one case, the director decided to limit the viewing of his own movie. Regardless of the reasons, controversies over banned movies are intriguing and often create their own dramas.

See the entire list here:
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by Admin posted May 23 2017 8:00AM
A woman claiming to be homeless while begging for change is caught on video about to get into her spiffy-looking Fiat. After being called-out she goes on the defense and tries to convince people that she's being harassed by the person filming her, and says they're going to end up killed.

by Admin posted May 23 2017 6:45AM
At least 22 people were killed and close to 60 were injured after an explosion last night at the Manchester Arena in England, right after an ARIANA GRANDE show.

It happened OUTSIDE the arena at around 10:30 P.M. local time, as people were filing out of the building. Police are investigating it as an ACT OF TERRORISM, and it appears to have been the work of a suicide bomber. No one has claimed responsibility yet.

British Prime Minister THERESA MAY called it, quote, "an appalling terrorist attack." As of last night, there was no word from PRESIDENT TRUMP. But the Department of Homeland Security is closely monitoring the situation, and they say they have no information about a similar threat to a music venue in the U.S.
An 18-year-old man who was at the show told CNN, quote, "Ariana was off the stage, she'd finished her set. I looked around because I heard this big bang, people screaming and crying and flooded towards the stage."

Another witness said, quote, "It was a really big explosion. Everybody started screaming and running. There were people on the floor . . . There was a lot of confusion."

There's no word on the identities of the victims yet, but obviously, there were a lot of young kids at the show.

Ariana wasn't injured, but she Tweeted, quote, "Broken. From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. I don't have words." And TMZ says she has suspended the rest of her tour for now. Her next show was supposed to be in London on Thursday.

On the plus side, there have been reports of locals opening their homes to people who need everything from a place to stay to just a cup of tea. They've also been helping reunite parents with their kids, and there may very well be plenty of people still looking for their children.

And taxis have been offering free rides to those in need.
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by Mike Waters posted May 22 2017 3:13PM
Oil got onto the track in the second round of the French Grand Prix of Moto3 . . . causing at least twenty motorcycles to spin out and crash. It's not clear if anyone was seriously injured but each rider does get up and move around.  Let's go to the video!

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by Mike Waters posted May 22 2017 1:12PM
Not only is Slash a beast on guitar, he's an lover of animals. The Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association put on their annual Beastly Ball on Saturday night and look who joined Slash on stage for a good ol GNR jam. Tenacious D's own, Jack Black. Watch as they go into Beast Mode!

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by Fox posted May 22 2017 12:00PM
For people who prefer their steak well-done, there's nothing quite as gross as seeing the blood drip out of a rare steak. But good news, that pink liquid isn't actually blood. Fox reports the liquid present in the meat packaging, and the stuff that trickles out after the meat is cooked is actually myoglobin, a protein that's only found in muscle tissue. Myoglobin carries oxygen through the muscle and contains a red pigment, which is why muscle tissue is red. As a steak is cooked, the myoglobin darkens, which is why the more "well-done" the meat is, the more grey it looks. Interestingly, commercial meat packers sometimes treat raw steaks with carbon monoxide to "lock" in the myoglobin and keep it looking a nice, fresh red color. (Fox)
by Admin posted May 22 2017 8:00AM
Regardless of how you feel about hunting, you've got to feel like KARMA was involved here.

A 51-year-old guy named Theunis Botha from Tzaneen, South Africa is a professional big game hunter. He specializes in hunting leopards and lions and he runs trophy hunting trips for Americans.

Well . . . on Friday, he and some clients were out hunting in Zimbabwe when they came across a herd of elephants. Three of the elephants CHARGED at them, and Botha and his crew fired.

One of the elephants managed to get to Botha, though, and picked him up with her trunk. Then one of the other hunters shot and killed her, and she fell . . . RIGHT on top of Botha.

And he was crushed and killed.

Tough month as his partner was eaten by a Crocodile a few weeks earlier..

(The Telegraph)
by Admin posted May 22 2017 6:28AM
People were feeding a sea lion from a pier when it suddenly lunged and pulled a young girl into the water. A man quickly jumped in to rescue her, and no one was injured.

A marine mammal expert said the sea lion might have thought the girl's dress was food.
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by Mike Waters posted May 19 2017 3:09PM
It may have been one of the weirdest shows of the 90s, but man did it have me glued to the TV every week! Twin Peaks returns to the small screen this Sunday on Showtime. Here's a little primer for my fellow Twin Peaks fans.

by Mike Waters posted May 19 2017 2:37PM
Aerosmith kicked off its eagerly anticipated "Aero-Vederci Baby!" tour in Tel Aviv, Israel on Wednesday (May 17th), marking the group's first return gig to the Holy Land in over two decades. Ultimate Classic Rock reported a 50,000-strong crowd greeted the Boston bad boys for their gig at at Park HaYarkon, with Aerosmith thrilling fans with such deep cuts as a cover of the Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac classic "Oh Well," along with playing 1987's "Hangman Jury" for the first time in six years. Other notables included "Seasons Of Wither" from 1974's Get Your Wings, and the opener "Let The Music Do The Talking." Although it's been tossed about that this is the ramp up for Aerosmith's final tour, no end date has been announced.

Check out a few of the performances below.

by Fox posted May 19 2017 11:00AM
When you think of funerals you likely don't think of outer space, but maybe you should. Startup Elysium Space will soon be launching people's ashes into outer space. The pioneering memorial spaceflight company announced that its Elysium Star II craft will be on-board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The startup is comprised mostly of former ex-NASA personnel and so-called "funeral experts." Once customers are registered, they receive a kit with a capsule for their loved one's ashes. This is then shipped to Elysium Space, at which point the capsule is placed inside of the spacecraft. After launch, the capsule containing the ashes will orbit the Earth for two years. Elysium Space also plans to release a companion app that allows customers to track the spacecraft as it orbits the planet. As part of this descending orbit, the capsule will eventually incinerate upon reentry, allowing your loved one to go out in a literal flaming ball of glory. There are currently 100 bookings for the initial Elysium Star II mission and the total cost to send a single capsule of ashes to space will be just shy of $2,500. (Fox)
by Admin posted May 19 2017 8:00AM

Well this is certainly one way to fight the fight for gender equality. I'm not sure it's the SEXIEST way, but it's definitely a NOTICEABLE way.

According to a new study, only 77% of women under 24 now shave their ARMPITS. Just four years ago, 95% of women shaved 'em. And the percentage of women who shave their legs has dropped from 92% in 2013 to 85% now.

The main reason apparently ISN'T to send a message about society's beauty standards, though. A beauty industry expert says it's a response to women realizing a lot of shaving and hair removal products are bad for their skin.

(The Telegraph)
by Admin posted May 18 2017 8:00AM
We don't know this guy's name, but he's our "Badass of the Day."

A bunch of people at a Walmart in central Minnesota freaked out on Tuesday when a deer wandered in and started running around the store. (It happened in Wadena, about 150 miles northwest of Minneapolis.)

Luckily no one was hurt though, because a guy who looks like he's in his early 40's TOOK CHARGE . . . managed to wrestle the deer to the ground . . . and put it in an MMA-style HEADLOCK.

Someone posted a photo on Facebook where they're both lying on a big bag of dog food in the middle of the store.

If you're an MMA fan, he basically put it in a rear naked chokehold, with his legs wrapped around its body so it couldn't get up.

If you're a DEER fan, don't worry. They let it go outside, and it ran off.


(Here's the photo.)
by Admin posted May 18 2017 5:38AM
Who knew you were bilingual?

According to a new study, believe it or not, you speak DOG. Or, at least, you can understand dog.

Researchers in Hungary found that people have a remarkable ability to figure out what their dog's different growls mean.

For the study, people listened to audio recordings of dogs growling and barking while they played . . . guarded their food . . . or faced a stranger who they thought was threatening.

And people correctly identified what the dog was growling about 63% of the time . . . which is higher than the level of random chance.

The researchers also found women were better at speaking dog than men.

(The Telegraph)
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by Mike Waters posted May 17 2017 1:26PM
The 4th Annual "Acoustic 4 a Cure" happened at the Fillmore in Frisco Monday night. The benefit raises money for cancer research at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

Co-Founder, Sammy Hagar led the all star lineup featuring, among others Pat Benatar and Don Felder. Check out their performances below.

by Mashable posted May 17 2017 12:00PM
Netflix bingeing could soon cost you. Netflix is quietly testing charging customers more when they sign up for the service on the weekend. Folks in Australia unfortunately were subjected to this test. The Australian claims Netflix is running a test that saw customers pay up to 20 percent more if they signed up on Saturday or Sunday. Netflix made it clear to Mashable that, despite the report, it is not testing weekend-only pricing, no one has been charged an extra fee and that no announcement has been made — it was simply a user test on the service and it was a coincidence that it occurred on the weekend. (Mashable).
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by Admin posted May 17 2017 8:00AM
This oughta get you through the rest of the week...

by Admin posted May 17 2017 6:03AM

A guy takes aim and shoots a Nerf gun dart right into the mouth of his unsuspecting mom sitting on the couch. But she laughs about it, and even pulls it out to show him.

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by Mike Waters posted May 16 2017 3:11PM
If you've been looking forward to the Grateful Dead doc "Long Strange Trip" premieres on the big screen for a short run May 25th and hits Amazon Prime June 2nd! Check out the trailer below.

by Mike Waters posted May 16 2017 1:52PM
Not sure if you've been seeing the very viral videos featuring Puddles the Clown, born Mark Geier from Atlanta, Ga...killing it with great performances of Queen and David Bowie, Cheap Trick, etc... My favorite is the mashup of Pinball Wizard with Johnny Cash's Folsom Prison Blues. Let's go to the video!

by Daily Mail posted May 16 2017 12:00PM

If you thought some recent fashion trends were racy, you've seen nothing yet. Women have been taking to clubs and bars wearing nothing but a few strips of duct tape strategically placed over their nipples and intimate areas. The daring new fashion trend was spearheaded by Joel Alvarez, a designer from Miami, who launched an 'artistic' venture called the Black Tape Project. Joel describes his brainchild as an 'exclusive fashion experiment' - and it's certainly catching on. The Black Tape Project has over 200,000 followers on Instagram and women are descending on clubs and bars wearing nothing but tape. (Daily Mail)

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by Admin posted May 16 2017 8:09AM
If you're a drinker, you've probably had this debate before. Does getting drunk actually CHANGE your personality, or just exaggerate it? Here's some fresh science on the topic . . .

Researchers at the University of Missouri-St. Louis recently had more than 150 people describe what their personality is like when they're sober, and when they're drunk.

Your five personality traits are extroversion, agreeableness, openness, conscientiousness, and neuroticism. And most people said booze had an effect on all FIVE of those traits. So they thought it had a pretty major effect on their personality.

But then they had a few drinks, and the researchers saw almost no changes in FOUR of those traits. The only one it affected was how EXTROVERTED they were. In other words, they were more outgoing. But the rest of their personality didn't change much.

The researchers think being drunk might make you FEEL drastically different, but you're the only one who notices. Your friends don't see a huge difference.

The people in the study weren't THAT drunk though. They all had enough vodka to get their blood alcohol level up to 0.09. That's just over the legal limit to drive. So it didn't really look at how HEAVY drinking affects your personality.

If you're three times the legal limit, it might be a different story. Obviously slurring every word and wandering into traffic isn't "normal" for most of us.

(Science Daily)
by Admin posted May 16 2017 6:55AM

So Pop-Tarts aren't even trying to pretend they're part of a healthy breakfast anymore, huh?

Because there are three new flavors of Pop-Tarts that were just announced . . . and they're filled with JOLLY RANCHERS. There are three different types: Watermelon, cherry, and green apple.

They'll be hitting stores later this month.


by Mike Waters posted May 15 2017 1:06PM
Why am I never in the audience when something like this happens?? Robert Plant and former AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson joined Paul Rodgers on stage last night for an epic performance of the classic Money (That's What I Want). I believe this is the first time Brian Johnson has gotten up in such a public way since leaving AC/DC due to hearing issues. Just in case you're wondering if he's still got it...check out the videos below.

Here's another perspective.

by Daily Mail posted May 15 2017 12:00PM
If you thought drinking vodka with Red Bull gets you drunk faster than drinking other alcoholic beverages you've fallen for a marketing scheme. University of British Columbia researchers found that emphasizing the presence of an energy drink in a cocktail significantly increased how drunk participants felt, including risk-taking and sexual self-confidence. This was even more apparent in participants who already had a strong belief that mixing energy drinks with alcohol would have this effect. Study leader Yann Cornil says this belief is all due to the placebo effect because Red Bull has long used the slogan "Red Bull gives you wings" which can make people think the drink has intoxicating qualities. (Daily Mail)
by Country Living posted May 15 2017 11:00AM
AND they're super easy to find...just head on over to a farm supply store! Wanna know more? Just follow the link posted below!
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by Admin posted May 15 2017 8:29AM
You may not want to hear this, but maybe you should avoid that hot bubbling cauldron of bright orange nacho cheese at the gas station.

Five people have been hospitalized in serious condition with BOTULISM in Sacramento, California . . . and it's because they recently ate some contaminated nacho cheese at a gas station.

There were only 161 cases of botulism in 2014, which are the most recent CDC statistics . . . so five cases concentrated in one area counts as a pretty serious outbreak.

If you don't know the nuances of botulism, it's a serious illness caused by a nerve toxin that can cause trouble breathing, blurry vision . . . and if it's not treated, possibly DEATH.

(Sacramento Bee)
by Admin posted May 15 2017 6:40AM
I'm pretty sure every single American has eaten frozen pizza at some point in their life. Probably even in the last year. It's one of our most important cultural foods.

So this is ballsy: A writer for the website Uproxx just put herself out there by publishing a ranking of the top 10 frozen pizzas, based entirely on her opinions. Here's how she sees them . . .

1. Red Baron.

2. DiGiorno's.

3. Hot Pockets.

4. Stouffer's French Bread.

5. California Pizza Kitchen.

6. Bagel Bites.

7. Tombstone.

8. Totino's Pizza Rolls.

9. Amy's vegetarian, gluten free pizza.

10. Trader Joe's.

by Mike Waters posted May 12 2017 3:11PM
This is a video that's been circulating for the last few days. It seriously goes through the entire history of the world...and entertainingly so in 20 minutes. Ok, not quite as entertaining as Mel Brooks' "History of the World Part I" but probably a little more accurately. Let's go to the video!

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by Mike Waters posted May 12 2017 2:40PM
First of all, I'd like to personally congratulate Ashley Bjugstad on winning the Guns N' Roses Ticket giveaway this morning. I also thought I'd throw this out to you. It was 25 years ago today that Guns N' Roses and Metallica announced a joint tour. Now, that's a MAJOR TOUR! Slash wrote in his 2007 memoir, "It was too cool. They had just released the Black Album and we were riding high with Use Your Illusion I and II". This was also the tour James Hetfield got severely burned in a pyrotechnics accident. Maybe you caught the September 15th show at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. I'm still kicking myself for not going...My wife, on the other hand did and will take every chance she gets to rub that in my face! Oh, well. Here is the official announcement made by Slash and Lars with Ricky Rachtman on MTV back on May 12th, 1992. It got a little crazy...ha, of course it did. Let's go to the video!

by Admin posted May 12 2017 2:28PM
Erik talks to Robbie, Dave and Moose about the band's new album, where you can see them this summer, how they got into bull riding recently, and why Erik was streaking naked in his backyard!

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by NBC NEWS posted May 12 2017 10:00AM
If you are a mom with kids, you may be less likely to splurge on your own mom this Mother's Day. A new survey by DealNews revealed 44 percent of parents will buy their mom a gift this Mother's Day, as opposed to 56 percent of consumers without kids. Benjamin Glaser, features editor with DealNews says the findings make sense as when you have kids of your own, your attention shifts from your parents to them. And practically speaking, "there may not be enough time, money, or focus to get a gift and/or plan a Mother's Day celebration for both the mother of your child, and your own mother." (NBC News)
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by Admin posted May 12 2017 8:31AM
There used to be only one major rule for Mother's Day: Even if you don't do ANYTHING else, you NEED to at least call your mom. Now, that might not be so true.

A new study out of the University of California, Irvine found that a Mother's Day phone call isn't that big of a deal anymore.

It's because cell phones have completely changed how adult children communicate with their parents. For previous generations, long distance was expensive and you could only call your mom when you were at home.

Today, long distance is free and obviously with cell phones you can make calls from anywhere. Plus there's texting, which is a whole new avenue to keep your parents posted on what's going on in your life.

So, because of all that, our parents feel like we do a much better job communicating with them than kids did in the past.

In other words, your mom might not even care if you forget to call her on Sunday. Although you REALLY still should.

by New Yorker posted May 12 2017 6:35AM
The cover of the upcoming May 22nd issue of The New Yorker mashes up two big recent news stories -- President Trump's firing this week of FBI Director James Comey and a passenger being violently dragged off a United Airlines flight last month. The illustration shows Attorney General Jeff Sessions as a police officer dragging Comey down the aisle of an airplane, the way Dr. David Dao was dragged down the aisle of the United plane. Trump, dressed as the plane's captain, looks on. The image went viral, but Dao's attorney, Thomas Demetrio, doesn't think it's that funny, telling MarketWatch that while the cover's very clever, it minimizes his client's pain and suffering from the incident, in which he lost teeth, broke his nose and suffered a concussion. He said, "They must feel that Comey's exit was Dao-ish when in fact it wasn't," explaining that while lots of people have been fired, they weren't injured. However, he's not expected to take any action against the magazine.

by Mike Waters posted May 11 2017 2:13PM
George Thorogood has announced the release of his first ever solo album (that's right, no Destroyers) out worldwide on August 4th. The album is full of classic blues covers. Sounds great to me! Here's a preview.
by Mike Waters posted May 11 2017 1:07PM
According to the site, Only In Your State com this is one of the weirdest things ever to happen in North Dakota. Do you remember the giant ice circle spinning in the Sheyenne River a few years ago? You can remind yourself below.

According to the site, this is only the 6th weirdest thing to happen in North Dakota. For the full list, click here
by Youtube posted May 11 2017 11:00AM
White tail buck is abnormally friendly and loves getting scratched while huntes were trying to hunt in central Indiana...
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by Admin posted May 11 2017 8:00AM
If you're buying a Mother's Day gift online, make sure it's from a legit website. Mother's Day is a really popular time of year for fraudulent sites that sell STOLEN merchandise. And a lot of them seem legit if you're not paying attention.

All the graphics and ads on the site might look right. But instead of, it might be with an "S" at the end. And their ads might even pop up on sites like Facebook. So be careful.

A fraud protection firm looked at data from the last few years, and found the top three fake and STOLEN things people accidentally buy their mom for Mother's Day . . .

1. Luxury watches and jewelry. For some reason Kate Spade is a popular brand for bogus websites. They buy the watches with stolen credit cards and sell them at a discount. So if a deal seems too good to be true, double check the site.

2. Vacation packages. Trips to Disneyland and Disney World in particular. Be careful if they want you to pay with Bitcoins, iTunes gift cards, or even through PayPal.

3. Clothing. Be on the lookout for sketchy websites that sell shoes, high-end fashion stuff, and expensive things like leather jackets.

(NY Post)

by Mike Waters posted May 10 2017 2:13PM
What are the movies you can watch over and over and over and over more than any other? For me, it's mainly comedies; Caddyshack, The Jerk, Blazing Saddles, Stripes, really almost anything with Bill Murray. Website just put together a list of "The Most Rewatchable Movies ever and at number 1; Forrest Gump??? I'm a fan of Tom Hanks and all, but Forrest Gump??? I'm glad the Star Wars flicks made the top ten as well as Raiders of the Lost Ark, but Caddyshack didn't even make the top 50! Attaca! Attaca! Leave your pick for most rewatchable movie below, then check out Ranker's list here
by Admin posted May 10 2017 8:00AM

Skittles has a new Mother's Day ad that's grossing people out. It's a grown man sitting on the couch next to his mom. And he's still got his UMBILICAL CORD. (The mom is played by Sandy Martin, Mac's mom from "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.")

The joke is she's eating Skittles and he can taste them. If you grew up in the '90s, you might remember an old Jim Carrey sketch from "In Living Color" called "Umbilical Barry" where they made the same joke.

by Admin posted May 10 2017 6:42AM
Next time you're moving heavy furniture, here's a tip: Start dropping F-bombs BEFORE you drop it on your foot.

According to a new study out of England, shouting swear words makes you physically STRONGER. The effect doesn't last long, but if you keep on shouting, you should be able to stay nice and strong.

The researchers think it's because swearing makes your heart pound a little faster, like it would when you're in danger, and that gives you a quick power burst.

(The Guardian)
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by Mike Waters posted May 9 2017 2:05PM
So, what's with rich people shelling out giagantic sums of money to look poor? Remember a few weeks ago when Nordstrom started selling a pair of jeans for $425 that came pre-streaked with fake mud? Well I think we just found the shoes you'll want to wear with those jeans. Neiman Marcus just started selling a pair of shoes called the "Future Destroyed High-Top Sneaker." Basically, they're a pair of men's basketball high tops that look like a dog ripped them apart. They're absolutely shredded. And they cost . . . $1,425. But hey, free shipping! Check them out here
by Mike Waters posted May 9 2017 1:34PM
For the past few years, Oreo has been releasing a huge number of different flavors. Some of them have sounded great, like Cinnamon Bun (my favorite) and Brownie Batter . . . but some were just too weird, like Peeps and Swedish Fish Oreos. Now, they're out of ideas . . . so they want US to do all the flavor thinking for them. Nabisco just launched a new contest where YOU can submit ideas for the next limited-edition Oreo. You can enter by using the hashtags #MyOreoCreation and #Contest on Twitter with your flavor idea until July 14th. Then they're going to narrow down the field and let the world vote. The person who wins will get $500,000 and Oreo will actually produce and sell their flavor. Hey! I know!! Lutefisk Oreos!!! Ok, maybe not. I'm sure you'll come up with a better idea.
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by Time posted May 9 2017 11:00AM
It's no secret that massages provide stress relief, but a new study shows couples who skip the pro and instead massage each other can score those same rewards. The new, small study involved 38 people (19 couples) who all completed a three-week massage course. Before and after each massage session, each partner answered questions about his or her physical and mental health and had measures taken of their energy, irritability, mental clarity, mood, pain, emotional stress and physical uptightness. The researchers found that both partners' wellbeing, perceived stress and coping abilities improved after each rubdown. Those results remained even three weeks following the end of the massage training. What's really interesting, the study authors say, is that physical and emotional well being for both partners—the giver and the receiver—surged after each massage session. (Time)
by Fox posted May 9 2017 8:00AM
There's a new, trendy way to prepare eggs. Cloud eggs are the latest food craze. The artistic breakfast fad involves a fluffy, cloud-like egg white, with the yolk served in the middle. The dish has also become popular with health fanatics, as it only comes in at approximately 161 calories. To make the Instagram-worthy dish, you begin by separating the yolks and then whipping the whites into a thick and fluffy consistency. You then place small piles of the egg white mix on to a baking sheet and into the oven for between five and eight minutes — removing then just before they start to brown. Once out of the oven, you add the yolk into the middle of each pile before baking for a further three minutes. Many Instagram users brand the eggs as "amazing." (Fox)

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by Admin posted May 9 2017 6:44AM
A 10-year-old girl was swimming in a lake near Orlando on Saturday when she got attacked by an ALLIGATOR. But she's alive because she's a total badass . . .

The alligator that attacked her was about nine feet long, and latched onto her left thigh. But luckily, she recently went to a wildlife park in Orlando called Gatorland, and learned what to do if you're ever attacked by one.

Most people would probably assume that poking it in the EYE would be your only chance. But she learned that's NOT actually right.

Instead she punched it in the NOSE, which is what you're supposed to do. That stunned it for a few seconds . . . and she was able to use her hands to pry its JAWS open and escape.

She ended up with some puncture wounds on her leg, but it looks like she'll be fine. Wildlife officials caught the alligator. Unfortunately it has to be euthanized.

Two experts from Gatorland posted a Facebook video on Monday, and said she did exactly what you're supposed to do if you ever get attacked.

(Orlando Sentinel)

by Mike Waters posted May 8 2017 2:45PM
This past Sunday, the 3rd annual Ride for Ronnie to benefit the Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer fund happened in California and looked like a blast! Maybe we should all road trip to the 4th annual! Here are some highlights. Some NSFW.

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by Mike Waters posted May 8 2017 1:42PM
We're all looking forward to the Guns N' Roses show in Minneapolis this July...but how cool would this be? The Who and Guns N' Roses have announced the first few shows of a joint South American tour. New dates on the books include Guns being added to the Who's "Rock In Rio" gig on September 23rd in Rio de Jeneiro, Brazil alongside Incubus. Guns N' Roses and the Who will also share the bill on October 1st in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Blabbermouth reported additional dates are still coming for Brazil, Chile, and Peru, although no concerts have been announced yet. The Who has also just added a solo show for September 17th show in Bologna, Italy. Who's down for a road trip??? To gear you up for this historic double bill, here's GNR playing RIO late last year. Enjoy!

by Mens Health posted May 8 2017 11:00AM
Your personal style could impact your ability to land a date. New data from Hater, a dating app that matches you with people who despise the same things as you, finds you should never wear cargo shorts in your profile photo. Hater looked at male users in the top ten percent (who got the most right swipes, or were most attractive) and the bottom ten percent (who got the most left swipes, or were least attractive.) The guys in the lowest ten percent were fond of long cargo shorts, anime, Pokemon Go, and Windows OS. Meanwhile, guys in the top ten percent really like PBR beer, superfoods, the "Serial" podcast, and staying in Airbnbs. They also happen to wear V-neck sweaters, skinny jeans, and J.Crew. (Men's Health)

by Admin posted May 8 2017 8:00AM
"Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2" crushed it at the box office this weekend, taking in $145 million in its opening weekend. That's significantly higher than the first "Guardians", which opened to $94.3 million in August of 2014.

Obviously nothing else came close. "The Fate of the Furious" finished a very distant second, with $8.5 million.

Here's the Top 10 . . .

1. NEW: "Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2", $145 million.

2. "The Fate of the Furious", $8.5 million. Up to $207.1 million in its 4th week.

3. "The Boss Baby", $6.2 million. Up to $156.7 million in its 6th week.

4. "How to Be a Latin Lover", $5.3 million. Up to $20.7 million in its 2nd week.

5. "Beauty and the Beast", $4.9 million. Up to $487.6 million in its 8th week.

6. "The Circle", $4 million. Up to $15.7 million in its 2nd week.

7. "Baahubali 2: The Conclusion", $3.2 million. Up to $16.2 million in its 2nd week.

8. "Gifted", $2.1 million. Up to $19.2 million in its 5th week.

9. "Going in Style", $1.9 million. Up to $40.6 million in its 5th week.

10. "Smurfs: The Lost Village", $1.8 million. Up to $40.6 million in its 5th week.

Originally posted on May 8th, 2017
by Mike Waters posted May 5 2017 3:35PM
Did you see Jimmy Kimmel last night? As a major Star Wars fan myself, I am very jealous of what happened to actor Adam Scot last night. Here's what went down.

by Mike Waters posted May 5 2017 2:50PM

Who's pumped for Guardians of the Galaxy 2?! Here's what you need to know.


GENRE: Action/Adventure

WHO'S IN IT: Chris Pratt, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Kurt Russell and Michael Rooker

WHAT IT'S ABOUT: Peter Quill and his fellow Guardians are hired by a powerful alien race to protect their previous batteries from invaders but when when it is discovered that Rocket has stolen the items they were supposed to be guarding, the Guardians must escape the alien race's clutches.


RUNNING TIME: 2 hours 15 minutes

Check out some clips

by Admin posted May 5 2017 8:00AM
A woman posted video of a cabin that was swept into rapid moving floodwaters in Northeast Arkansas. She talks about how it's coming straight for the bridge she's standing on, but doesn't seem too worried about it.

And rightly so, because the cabin is no match for the bridge. It starts breaking apart as soon as it hits, and comes out in pieces on the other side.

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by Admin posted May 5 2017 6:16AM

Another video of someone getting kicked off an overbooked flight is going viral. This time it was Delta. A couple and their two kids got booted off a flight from Hawaii to California last month, because their toddler was in a seat that wasn't assigned to him.

They originally bought the seat for their 18-year-old son, but he left on an earlier flight. And since the ticket was under a different name, Delta said the kid had to go.

They wanted him to sit on his mom's lap, but the dad kept saying it wasn't safe, and that they PAID for the extra seat. At one point in the video, he's told that if they have to drag him off the plane he could go to JAIL and lose CUSTODY of his kids.

The whole family eventually got kicked off and had to buy new tickets the next day. Delta issued an apology yesterday. They said they're refunding their money, and also giving them "additional compensation."

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by Mike Waters posted May 4 2017 3:28PM
Here's my last "May the 4th Be With You" post...I promise! I can't let the day go by without posting a Star Wars and Empire Strikes Back Bad Lip Reading. Extra cool with Jack Black, Maya Rudolph and Bill Hader. Enjoy!

by Mike Waters posted May 4 2017 2:53PM
If you've been hoping for a Journey/Steve Perry reunion, looks like we're out of luck. Journey drummer Steve Smith said Perry was "passing the torch" to current vocalis Arnel Pineda. He did so during Journey's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Let's go to the video.

Get more on the story here
by Mike Waters posted May 4 2017 2:02PM
If you're a fan of the Beatles', "Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (which turns 50 this year) and Star Wars (which turns 40 this month) you should love this! Someone much much much more brilliant than I am put together a Star Wars parody for every single song on the Beatles' album. You can get started below.

by Robbie Daniels posted May 4 2017 11:00AM
If you got that email do not open! This is what you should do

If you received an email today with a "To" field of: "Hhhhhhhhhhh AT mailinator DOT com" that requested you give access to "Google Docs" please follow these steps:
If you received this but did not click the link you're safe. Simply delete the email. If you did click the link:
1. Login to your Google Account.
2. Please use this link: ‪‬
3. Revoke access to the malicious application labeled "Google Docs"
4. Out of an abundance of caution, please change your Google account password
by Admin posted May 4 2017 8:15AM
I know that everyone in the world except for us and like two other small countries uses the metric system. That doesn't mean it's right. And it just claimed another innocent American victim.

A guy from North Dakota had crossed the border into Canada on Sunday afternoon. And as he was driving through Dufferin, Manitoba, he saw the speed limit sign said 100 . . . so he went 100 miles per hour.

Unfortunately, he didn't realize the speed limit was actually 100 kilometers per hour . . . which is more like 62 miles per hour. So he was going WAY over the speed limit. (100 miles per hour is 161 kilometers per hour.)

A Mountie caught him on a radar gun and issued him a ticket for $940 Canadian, which is about $690 U.S.

But that's not all. Manitoba has a reciprocity agreement with several states, including North Dakota, so the guy's car insurance rates might go up from the ticket even though he got it in another country.

by Admin posted May 4 2017 6:29AM
The Food Network recently posted a short video showing the best way to cut a watermelon. That sounds TOTALLY innocent, right?

Wrong. It's making the Internet crazy.

Because after the guy cuts the watermelon into spears, he sprinkles it with salt . . . and TACO SEASONING.

The main reason people are freaking out on Twitter is, more or less, who the hell puts taco seasoning on their watermelon? This is really the whole scandal about peas in guacamole all over again.

by Mike Waters posted May 3 2017 5:10PM
Marvel's The Defenders is headed to Netflix in August! Check out the trailer now.

by Mike Waters posted May 3 2017 1:39PM
How 'bout this, North Dakota? According to Wallethub, a new study ranked all 50 states from the most fun to the least fun based on 22 factors, including the number of attractions, weather, amusement parks, beaches, beer and wine prices, movie prices, concerts, theaters and casinos. And based on all of that, the most fun state is . . . Nevada. I guess that's pretty predictable with Vegas and all. But coming in at number #5? That's right, beautiful North Dakota! Beaches and weather couldn't have helped us, but Beer and Wine along with casinos and concerts...that's where we rock! I'm sure if quality of Classic Rock Stations was a factor, ND would've been number 1 baby!! GoND! - Waters
by Robbie Daniels posted May 3 2017 11:00AM
Another day, another salacious detail emerges in the fight between Johnny Depp and his former business managers.
We already learned that Depp spent millions of dollars acquiring a special cannon from which to shoot the ashes of his late hero Hunter S. Thompson (Depp claims $5 million, The Management Group pegged it at $3 million), relegated $30,000 per month to wine consumption and generally blew through about $2 million per month in expenses related to his several estates, cars, yachts, staff and high-flying lifestyle.
  • The latest fascinating tidbit is the claim that the actor possesses such a "clear and pic" sense of entitlement, he refuses to memorize his lines.
  • In a 38-page amended complaint, lawyer Michael Kump reportedly wrote: "Depp insisted that this sound engineer be kept on yearly retainer so that he no longer had to memorize his lines." And apparently, the sound engineer doesn't come cheap, demanding a salary reported to be well into the six-figures.
  • "It is not surprising that Depp would continue to concoct malicious and false allegations against TMG in an effort to stop the non-judicial foreclosure proceedings," the suit reads. "Over the last several years … Depp has engaged in a clear pattern and practice of habitually lying to the public and to public authorities, and of requiring others (including long-term employees, family and so-called friends) to lie on his behalf. This practice has become Depp's modus operandi when confronted with and asked to take responsibility for his continually outrageous and sad conduct."
  • The amended complaint arrives a few days after the Pirates of the Caribbean star sat down with The Wall Street Journal to talk about his legal battle with TMG, alleging his ex-managers essentially led him to financial ruin.
Read the Full, Amended Complaint Via Deadline Here
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by Admin posted May 3 2017 10:38AM

Once again, the Eagles are going to court over what they are saying is an infringement upon their trademarks. They've filed a lawsuit in a U.S. District Court against the Todos Santos hotel in Baja California Sur, Mexico, whom they claim are billing the property as the "Hotel California" without permission from the band.

Reuters reports that the Todos Santos, which opened as the Hotel California in 1950 and went through a number of name changes until the current owners restored the name in 2001, have been marketing their property as if to suggest the band is connected to it. This includes playing Eagles songs over the PA system, selling t-shirts that call the hotel "legendary" — as if to suggest that it was the inspiration for the song — and a website URL of It is unknown what their checkout time is or the quality of their wine list.

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by Admin posted May 3 2017 8:00AM
When you fly somewhere, the two things you HAVE to make sure you put in your carry-on are any medications you need, and a change of clothes in case your luggage gets lost. But here's one more thing you might want to toss in there . . .

A writer for "Travel & Leisure" recently did an article on why she always travels with a TENNIS BALL in her bag. Here's why . . . and anyone with a bad back might already know the answer . . .

A tennis ball is really good for giving yourself a massage when you're sitting down. Which is important, because all that sitting wreaks havoc on your back, and your leg muscles.

Even if you don't have a bad back, it's a good idea because it increases blood flow, which can help with jet lag. Plus it's small, so it's easy to fit in your bag.

Just put it behind your back . . . lean on it . . . and roll it back and forth. Or you can massage yourself by rolling it across your shoulders, legs, and feet. You should also still get up and stretch if it's a long flight.

If you DON'T bring a tennis ball, you can still give yourself a quick leg massage. A lot of people's legs swell up when they fly. So start at your ankles and work your way up to your knees.

(Travel & Leisure)
by Admin posted May 3 2017 6:26AM
Here are some random facts for you . . .

1. There are three McDonald's locations that still serve McPizza. They're in Ohio, West Virginia, and Florida.

2. Disney decided not to make Giselle from "Enchanted" one of the Disney princesses because they didn't want to have to pay for lifelong rights to Amy Adams' image.

3. The Louvre was built in Paris in 1190 as a fortress in case the Vikings ever raided the country. It didn't become a museum until 1793.

4. The Bugatti Veyron sports car has a top speed of 254 miles-per-hour . . . and at that speed, it gets three miles-per-gallon.

5. One of the key ingredients in a lot of dryer sheets is . . . BEEF FAT. The dryer sheets are coated in beef fat to help make the clothes softer.
by Mike Waters posted May 2 2017 2:42PM
How cool was it, back in the day bringing the party back to your place and watching Headbanger's Ball on MTV?! Hard to believe the show turned 30 years old just 2 weeks ago. One of my favorite episodes back then was the Guns N Roses interview early on in their career. Wonder if they were sober? haha - Mike Waters
by BBC News posted May 2 2017 2:00PM
AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson is one of four people whose names will be added to the "Walk of Fame" in NewcastleGateshead, the combined cultural and tourist area consisting of northern England cities Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and Gateshead. According to BBC News, local residents of the area nominated Johnson and the others, voting for people who they felt made a significant contribution to the region over the past 60 years. The four new bronze plaques will join 29 others that currently make up the "Local Heroes" collection along NewcastleGateshead's Quayside Mile.
Johnson, who was born in Dunston, Gateshead, joined AC/DC in 1980 following the death of singer Bon Scott. He told us a while back about his audition for the group:
  • Johnson's first album with the group, Back In Black, is one of the most successful albums of all time, selling over 22 million copies in the U.S. alone.
  • Johnson has maintained his thick Geordie accent despite splitting his time between Florida, where he has had a home for the last four decades, and London.
  • AC/DC postponed the last 10 dates of its North American tour last year after doctors told Johnson he faced a total loss of hearing if he did not stop touring immediately. The band later completed the tour with Guns N' Roses singer Axl Rose as a "guest vocalist," although it does not seem that Johnson will return to the group.
  • Johnson said in an open letter to fans that he intends to solve his hearing problem and continue recording and touring, although he did not say it would be with AC/DC.
by Newser posted May 2 2017 12:00PM
Your pet is certainly adorable, but are you aware of just how much it costs you? A survey of pet owners by Britain's People's Dispensary for Sick Animals revealed twelve percent of pet owners thought the lifetime cost of their pet would be $644, while a majority put the cap at $6,445. The real cost, however, is anywhere between $27,074 and $42, 545, for a dog, depending on the breed. That includes buying your dog, food, toys, grooming, and basic but not catastrophic vet care. And if you think having a cat will be cheaper, you'd be right-- but not much cheaper. A cat will cost you between $21,917 and $30,942 in its lifetime. (Newser)
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by UPI posted May 2 2017 11:00AM

If you think border patrol agents won't check a casket for drugs, you're very wrong. Customs officials in Arizona said a white hearse traveling near Tombstone was found to be carrying a casket filled with 67 pounds of marijuana. The bricks of pot were worth more than $33,000. The driver of the hearse, a 28-year-old American man, was arrested on narcotics-smuggling charges. (UPI)

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by Admin posted May 2 2017 6:54AM
There's a fundamental problem with a fork that's made out of French fries: You'll eat the fork. But McDonald's just went ahead and made it anyway.

McDonald's just invented something called the "Frork," which is a little red plastic handle, that you can shove three fries into to make a fork.

It's part of their pitch for their fancier "Signature" sandwiches. Basically, they're saying that the sandwiches are so good that you'll want to use the French fry fork to scoop up, quote, "every last bite" of the sauces. Or something.

Even they admit it doesn't make a ton of practical sense. But we're talking about it, so I guess it accomplished its goal.

If you want a Frork, you can get one by buying a Signature sandwich starting on Friday.


(Here's a picture.)
by Admin posted May 1 2017 8:13AM
And so once again, it has come to this: We're quibbling about PENIS SIZE. At least this time, the dispute has nothing to do with our president. Just one of his most vocal celebrity supporters.

Last week ERIN MORAN's brother TONY lit into SCOTT BAIO for making insensitive remarks about her death. And in the process, he said Erin had told him that Scott had nothing to be proud of in the crotchal region.

Well, Scott's wife has come to the rescue with a Tweet saying, quote, "Why would a sister tell her brother about [the] size of [her] boyfriend's manhood? Creepy at best. [Scott] was a playboy for a reason!"

It's true, Scott has an impressive list of conquests, including Heather Locklear, Pamela Anderson, Nicole Eggert, Denise Richards, Nicollette Sheridan, Erika Eleniak . . . and even elder minxes like Beverly D'Angelo and Leslie Ann Warren.

But does that automatically mean he's packing? It could just be his sparkling personality. (???)
by Admin posted May 1 2017 6:42AM
Well I can't see any downside here.

A new study out of the University of Greenwich in England found that drinking TWO BEERS is actually better for pain relief than TYLENOL. In their study, people who drank after a minor injury reported 25% less pain than people who took Tylenol.

The researchers say that getting your blood-alcohol level into the "slightly drunk" zone, quote, "produces a small elevation of pain threshold [and a] moderate to large reduction in pain intensity." Now you know.

(Daily Mail)
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