Today we visit with a very funny stand up comic, Greg Warren. He has a new comedy special out right now. See “The Salesman” for FREE here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtlUKRxYnVw&t=2s
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“laugh-cry” emoji is the most popular in the world, even if
younger people are, like, SOOOO over it. Researchers from University
of Southern California analyzed millions of tweets in 30 countries,
looking at how and when Twitter users turn to over 1,700 different
emojis. They found “laugh-cry” is still a more universally
utilized sign than the traditional smiley face.
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“Suicide Squad” star Cara Delevingne has scored a role in the upcoming “American Horror Story” Season 12. Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk previously cast Kim Kardashian and AHS regular Emma Roberts in starring roles. This will be the first season of the show based on a novel, as Danielle Valentine’s thriller “Delicate Condition” will provide the foundation for the story. The novel follows a woman who is convinced that a sinister creature is trying to stop her from becoming pregnant. It’s unclear who Delevingne will play in the series.
As you’re no doubt aware, CBS aired the final episode of “The Late Late Show” after a 28-year run, and its termination may have had to do with the show’s declining profitability. Los Angeles magazine is quoting a source as saying that the late-night show, hosted by James Corden since 2015, cost $60-65 million per year to produce — but only made less than $45 million. The anonymous exec said: “It was simply not sustainable. CBS could not afford him anymore.” Corden announced his exit as host in April 2022, but at the time, it was unclear at the time if the Late Late Show franchise would continue.
The acrimonious relationship between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard will be revisited in a new book by journalist Nick Wallis. “Depp v Heard: The Unreal Story,” out May 17, covers the 2 jaw-dropping trials that unfolded in the wake of the couple’s 2016 split. The author calls it “an attempt to pull apart the evidence from both the UK and US trials and piece together what really happened.” Wallis says he is the only journalist to cover both trials extensively.
Amber Heard’s ‘Mera’ will be back in the new “Aquaman” movie. On Tuesday, Warner Bros. previewed “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” at CinemaCon, and the footage confirmed Heard’s return to the series. Amid her legal battle with Johnny Depp last year, some had speculated the actress would be cut from the franchise. Heard testified that she had “fought really hard to stay in,” claiming, “they” didn’t want to include her in the movie, and her role had been “pared down”. Despite that, Heard appeared in the footage, alongside star Jason Momoa. “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” is scheduled for release Dec. 20.
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A married Japanese couple has worn matching outfits every day for 40 years.
There is a big money mistake you should be careful to avoid – because it can ruin your marriage. Personal finance advisor Ramit Sethi, the host of the new Netflix series “How To Get Rich”, says that couples, who fail to discuss their finances and implement a plan of action to save, could pay big time when it comes to fighting about money. Sethi feels that the biggest mistake we make is to “avoid our money”. By that, he means “We wait until something comes up, and then we react to it, and we do that for the next 50 years.” According to him, couples generally lack a vision of what their money should do for them. Quote: “People will argue over how much one person spends at Target. We’ve got to stop asking $3 questions, and start asking $30,000 questions.” He feels that 5-10% of a couple’s earnings should go into savings, and another 5-10% into investments.
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A man in Chile landed in the hospital after drinking an atomic cocktail at his bachelor party and slipping into a coma. The groom-to-be drank a cocktail with alcohol, mustard, margarine and bacon and passed out.
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