Man arrested at Harry Reid International, accused of trafficking over 15 pounds of cocaine – LINK
A Man Robbed a Bank, by Just Walking Off with a Bag of Money Left Outside? – LINK
A Drug Dealer Called Police to Report a Burglary . . . But When They Arrived, They Saw His Drugs – LINK
Florida man unsuccessfully robs Wendy’s, bank before getting arrested: police – LINK
A Guy Attacked His Ex for Making Fun of His Small Junk – LINK
Sucker Busted For Lollipop Battery At Family Dollar Store – LINK
A 25-year-old guy in England pleaded guilty after he was caught getting-it-on with a cow. (Full Story)
A study found hospitalizations for foreign objects in people’s NO-GO HOLE are on the rise. (Full Story)
Man accused of punching Necto employee, biting other workers after being denied entry to Ann Arbor club – LINK
New ‘sighting’ of Loch Ness monster captured in ‘most exciting’ photos ever – LINK
Labor Day: America’s Crazy Hot-Dog Eating Pace Is About to Cool Off . . . and Other Stats – LINK
In #Barbenheimer news, there’s a 68-year-old grandma in Massachusetts actually named Barbie Oppenheimer. She’s totally enjoying her “summer of fame,” and loved BOTH “Barbie” and “Oppenheimer” –LINK
Khloé Kardashian has legally changed the name of her 13-month-old son with Tristan Thompson to Tatum Thompson. Before now, the baby’s official name on his birth certificate was “Baby Kardashian.” They apparently used the past YEAR or so to pick a name. They were deciding on both the first name AND the surname. They also have a five-year-old daughter named True Thompson – LINK
LeVar Burton will host a Trivial Pursuit game show for the CW. “Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … LeVar and his team are close to locking in terms on a new job he’s been teeing up for a couple years now — namely, as executive producer and host of the new Trivial Pursuit game show … which is going to be aired on the CW.” This is a perfect next chapter for the man who hosted “Reading Rainbow – LINK
AC/DC is good for your health and the science proves it. The latest episode of the AC/DC Beyond The Thunder podcast featured Dr. Mark Judge Tramos, a Harvard University professor who studies the impact of music on the brain (VIDEO)Here’s some audio of him explaining it. Studies have shown AC/DC tunes can improve heart rate and blood pressure, help reduce anxiety and pain in cancer patients, and can even help surgeons make fewer mistakes during surgery.
Disturbed got the key to the city of Tinley Park, Illinois before their concert there on Wednesday night. The band tweeted photos of the ceremony and wrote, “What an amazing honor receiving the key to the city in our hometown!”
The 2020 Jimi Hendrix documentary Music, Money, Madness … Jimi Hendrix In Maui will be screened on September 20th at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles with a portion of the proceeds going to various Maui nonprofits.
50 Cent was in Los Angeles on Wednesday and his microphone was malfunctioning. When he was handed a new one, he threw the other one and allegedly hit a local radio DJ. Witnesses said 50 was angry and tried to throw the mic at the production crew. TMZ reports the victim was Bryhana Monegain of Power 106 in Los Angeles. She suffered a head laceration and was hospitalized. Monegain also filed a report with the LAPD – LINK
Taylor Swift’s concert film, “The Eras Tour”, premieres October 13th at AMC Theatres. It’s already earned $10 million in ticket presales. It has so much hype that Universal moved the release of “The Exorcist: Believer” so it doesn’t have to compete – LINK
New in Record Stores & Streaming:
Royal Blood‘s Back to the Water Below is their fourth album.
Neil Young & Crazy Horse‘s Odeon Budokan is a vinyl-only reissue of a live album recorded in 1976 that is part of Archives Volume 2.
“Relentless”, The Pretenders. This is their 12th album.
“Everything Is Alive”, Slowdive. This is their fifth album.
“Out of the Shadows”, Escape the Fate. This is their eighth album.
“Kings of the Asylum”, Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons. This is their third album. Phil Campbell was the longtime guitarist of Motorhead.
Trash this list: Billboard has released the ’50 Greatest Rock Singers of All Time’ – LINK
Today’s birthday girl has been in 279 fine films, including:
– Barnyard Bondage 2
– Clam Smackers
– Count Rackula
– Desperate Housewhores 9
– Double Air Bags 24
– Everybody Loves Big Boobies 4
– Frosty The Snow Ho
– My Mama Does the Hanky Panky
– Slippery When Wet 4
– Toe Jam 3
– And who can forget her role in 2007’s Meatless In Seattle
Kristal Summers is 51 years old
The Tigers scored on four of six possessions with Brady Cook as Mizzou had a season-opening 35-10 win over South Dakota. Mizzou held South Dakota to 62 yards in the half with only 16 coming on the ground on 17 attempts. Brady Cook’s big first half leads Mizzou to season-opening 35-10 win over South Dakota – LINK
Do you know what Ken Griffey Jr likes to do in retirement? He’s a photographer. The Legendary MLB player Ken Griffey Jr. has a fantastic side gig, and he put it to good use on this week for an MLS match between Inter Miami and Nashville SC. Dude had a press pass, bib, camera and giant lens as he sat behind the ad boards and snapped pics of the other legend in the building. Pretty cool.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has a reputation for being one of the more innovative offensive coaches in the NFL. Reid’s success can be credited to his willingness to think outside of the box, which is exactly what he did once when he was an offensive assistant coach with the Green Bay Packers, and he called a play given to him by the team’s janitor. On a recent podcast he said this “We had a janitor — it was a mom and pop group that cleaned our facility forever — and this guy kept telling me…I’ve got this play for you,”. “He kept telling me this over and over. Finally, I said, ‘OK, here’s a card. Draw up the play.’ And he drew up the play and I go, ‘Dang, that’s pretty good.’ We called the play just before halftime and it scored, and he starts hitting his wife going, ‘That’s my play! That’s my play!’” It’s not known exactly when or which game Reid used the play in, but it occurred sometime between 1992 and 1998 when Reid worked for the Packers as an assistant offensive line and tight ends coach before being promoted to quarterbacks coach/assistant head coach. Reid has incorporated his offensive imagination at both of his head coaching stops with the Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles. Reid’s janitor story is just one example of his mantra of “We’ll take plays from anywhere.”
Ronald Acuña Jr. is officially in a club of one, and he entered in grand fashion. The Atlanta Braves star hit his 30th home run of the season on Thursday in a clash against the Los Angeles Dodgers, making him the first player in MLB history to hit 30 homers and steal 60 bases in a single season. Of course, Acuña didn’t just homer to create the 30-60 club. He hit a grand slam in a highly anticipated meeting between the top two teams in the National League. Ronald Acuña Jr. hits grand slam to become 1st member of MLB’s 30-60 club – LINK