Today we visit with Scream Queen Deborah Voorhees (Friday The 13th) She has a new film that just came out called 13 Fanboy! https://www.13fanboy.com/
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A new survey of 2,000 Americans shows that more than one-third of people (35%) feel the pandemic has exhausted their love for cooking over the past year.
The survey, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Home Chef, showed that 45% of Americans also feel like their schedule is too busy, so cooking isn’t at the front of their minds. (https://bit.ly/3pfe9g6)
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A North Carolina man who allegedly hallucinated that someone else was being shot at called police for help – but ended up in cuffs on a slew of drug charges. The Dare County Sheriff’s Office announced the arrest Monday but didn’t say whether 24-year-old Ryan Thomas Philbrook thought the imagined gunman was firing at him or someone else. Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call of “an individual being shot at” in Colington Harbor at 8:10 a.m. on October 14th. “Once the Deputies arrived, they were able to determine that no one was being shot at and the caller was having hallucinations,” the release stated. During the investigation, authorities found meth, Xanax, LSD, suboxone, marijuana, and other drugs — as well as a digital scale and packaging material. Philbrook is facing a slew of drug possession charges and was released on $30,000 secured bond. (https://bit.ly/3pisiJh)
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Hundreds of Netflix employees walked out of work in protest of the streaming platform's controversial Dave Chappelle special. (https://cbsn.ws/3CfmVhy)
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Apple is selling a piece of cloth for $19. (https://bit.ly/3B0pRNL)
The staff of a UK hospital went into a panic when a 43-year-old patient went missing. The man was recovering from a car crash — he had numerous broken bones. The alert was canceled when the man was found in his favorite pub two miles away. Friends had wheeled him there.
Research indicates that just practicing over and over won’t necessarily make you any better at chess.
Researchers think we’ll one day take a pill that can replace working out.
The CEO of United Airlines has warned flight prices are about to spike as the busy holiday travel season looms — and surging jet fuel prices are to blame. https://bit.ly/2Z8fydt
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Eight percent of the potatoes grown in the U.S. end up inside a potato chip bag
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Police in China arrested a man who used his chainsaw to cut a hole in his boss’ office door and then destroy his furniture. The disgruntled employee managed to buzz through the desk, an armchair, a coffee table and a lamp before police arrived.
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A woman was recently kicked out of a pumpkin farm after employees discovered that she had brought her child's pet snake. The upset woman reached out to the pumpkin farm on Facebook and threatened to contact a news outlet. Screenshots of the conversation were posted to the Reddit forum "F**k You Karen" by a Redditor under the username u/Cyberrebel9. The Redditor stated in the post's comments that they obtained the screenshots from a separate Facebook post. According to the screenshots, the incident occurred at The Great Pumpkin Farm in Clarence, New York. The farm confirmed for Newsweek that the screenshots were real. In the messages obtained by u/Cyberrebel9, the upset customer threatened to contact the news media before angrily recounting her version of events. "I am reaching out to you all regarding me and my family and friends being kicked out on Saturday for my son having his snake," the woman said. "[I]t does not state anywhere that he cannot have his snake with him, the only thing that [sic] stated that there is [are] no dogs allowed ..." The woman demanded a full refund, but the Great Pumpkin Farm explained that a full refund would not be possible. The pumpkin farm reiterated that they would re-activate her tickets, which she could use either this year or next. They further explained that unused ride tickets will be accepted at the farm and offered to replace the wristband. The woman, unhappy with the solution, said she would contact a news outlet. (https://bit.ly/3aOYwUa)
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An irate McDonald's customer attacked an employee because her order took too long. The Nashville Police Department said in a statement on its website that the dispute took place at a Tennessee branch. The suspect became angry when her order took longer than expected. She then went behind the counter and "punched an employee with the metal fry scooper,” the police statement said. According to officers, the employee, who has not yet been identified, suffered a gash to their forehead after being hit with the instrument, which is typically made from stainless steel. Following the incident, the suspect was seen driving away in a silver Chevy Impala with "a friend and children," the police statement said. McDonald's and Nashville Police Department did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment. Investigators are asking the public to help track down the female suspect. In a series of photos uploaded to help identify her, the woman was seen to be wearing a face mask below her chin.(https://yhoo.it/3n6DYMt)
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