Catch Up On MacGruber With This Excellent Recap Song Sung By Maya Rudolph

The last time we saw MacGruber (Will Forte) was on the big screen all the way back in 2010, so it makes sense that the comedy hero needs a bit of re-introduction. Who better to do the job than the character's dead wife, Casey (Maya Rudolph), via a lengthy, epic country song called "The Greatest Man To Ever Walk Planet Earth"?In a new clip from the upcoming Peacock series, Rudolph appears in the spotlight, surrounded by candles and still wearing Casey's wedding dress. If you, like many people, ha...
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A Review of The Story of Ace, The Dog That Comes from Space by Anna “Annina” Lorenzi with Illustrations & Preface by Lele Corvi

  by  The Story of Ace, The Dog That Cames from Space, by Anna "Annina" Lorenzi with Illustrations & Preface by Lele Corvi, Original A19 , ASIN B09J34T8VQ , $2.99,  https://www.amazon.com/Story-Ace-that-Comes-Space/dp/B09L4RB6HL/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=anna+anna+lorenzi&qid=1639414885&sr=8-1 Perhaps a bit more of an illustrated collection of short stories than a traditional comic, The Story of Ace is nevertheless a delightful series of episodes that expand on the (mis)adventures of a ...
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Superhero Christmas and Super Mustache in the Post

'Super Mustache': Venezuela's newest superhero battles Americans — and looks very familiar ["Súper Bigote"] By Ana Vanessa Herrero Washington Post December 12 2021 https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/12/12/venezuela-super-bigote-mustache-maduro/ The 10 best Christmas-themed superhero movies and shows you can stream right now [in print as Superhero offerings that flex their Christmas spirit] By David Betancourt Washingto...
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Star Spangled Comics #1 - 1st Star-Spangled Kid, Stripesy

Star Spangled Comics v1 #1, 1941 - A spoiled teenager from a wealthy family becomes a superhero in secret. Paired up with his beefy but dim chauffer, they tackle crime as the Star Spangled Kid and Stripesy. One of the sillier ideas from the golden age, this story was written by Jerry Siegel (of Superman fame) and drawn by Hal Sherman. Also premiering in separate stories are Captain X, an [Author: Ted Ignacio]
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Another Bagel Tale (Limerick)

I wasn’t planning to write a second limerick about the cream cheese shortage, but here goes: Buy a cream cheese-topped bagel? I’m able. One is sitting right here on my table. Yes, it took some inveigling And lots of finagling… This tale (I’ll confess) is a fable. (Here’s my first cream cheese shortage limerick.)
Tags: Humor, Limerick, Limericks, Food & Drink Humor, Food Humor, Food Limerick, Bagel Limerick, Bagel Shops, Bagels Humor, Cream Cheese Humor, Cream Cheese Limerick, Cream Cheese Shortage, Supply Chain Humor, Supply Chain Limerick

Redfin calls on real estate websites to drop crime data

The company cited the real estate industry's history of redlining, as well as the potential to reinforce racial bias, as reasons to abandon crime data on search portals and other websites.
Tags: Technology, Crime, Race, Radio, Racism, Zillow, Trulia, Redfin, Glenn Kelman, Industry News, Brokerage, Select, Realtor.com, Multiple Listing Services, Crime Data, Redlining

Innocent No Game no Life Cat Girl Shiro Figure Will Melt Hearts

The ever sweet Shiro of No Game no Life has continued to serve as the star of the whole franchise as she can now be owned like a pet once again by way of this purchasable figure, depicting her as a moe cat girl that some might find to be impossible to resist – cat […]
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Ben Affleck And Ana De Armas' Thriller Deep Water Going Straight To Streaming

It looks like the erotic thriller blockbuster won't be making a comeback as soon as we'd hoped. The Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas-led film "Deep Water" was pulled from theatrical release calendars last week. Deadline now reports that the 20th Century Studios/New Regency movie will not be rescheduled theatrically. Instead, it will go directly to streaming on Hulu, with Amazon handling streaming outside the United States. Adult Cinema Is Taking A Theatrical Hit "Deep Water" is director Adrian Lyne'...
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Artist Tango Adores Fundoshi & Shapely Female Bottoms

The artist called Tango (tn500) has let their proclivity for the traditional Japanese attire that is fundoshi known by way of their artwork, as they often sketch sultry females wearing the tight bottom covering whilst placing high emphasis on their supple hindquarters. While many will have positive opinions for the luscious illustrations, the artist rarely […]
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Gotham Knights Series Coming To The CW From Batwoman Team

The CW is expanding their TV superhero empire with "Gotham Knights," the latest show to be added to their Swiss army knife of DC Comics programming. It'll join shows like "Batwoman," " ," and "Legends of Tomorrow," on top of the recently ended series "Arrow" and "Supergirl." I don't know which show in this mixed metaphor is the tiny folding scissors, the tiny folding bottle opener, or the tiny folding blade, but we can all agree that "The Flash" is probably the tiny corkscrew, right? That just f...
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Snoop Dogg's Murder Trial Is Becoming A Starz Series

Multi-hyphenate and G-funk icon Snoop Dogg has enjoyed many professional transitions, from a gangster lifestyle to a pimp image and beyond, an open-mindedness that now has him cooking alongside Martha Stewart. But in 1995, the talk of the town was Snoop's first-degree murder charge for the shooting death of rival gang member Phillip "Little Smooth" Woldermariam, who was shot by his bodyguard, McKinley Lee Jr. Under the defense of O.J. Simpson lawyer Johnnie Cochran, it eventually came to light t...
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Kingsman 3 Begins Filming Next Year

Good news for "Kingsman" fans — waiting four years for more thrilling spy adventures might just pay off. Ahead of "The King's Man" arriving in theaters, Matthew Vaughn has announced that "Kingsman 3" is on the way. Naturally, just as audiences were preparing to head back into the 1900s, we get word that the Kingman-verse is jumping back into the present, continuing the adventure of everyone's favorite hilariously nicknamed agent, Eggsy (Taron Egerton)!Not to be confused with the film arriving in...
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Fantastic Beasts: The Secret Of Dumbledore Trailer Breakdown: Problematic World Gets A New Chapter

Well, friends, we've got a new trailer for the latest movie in the Harry Potter universe, "Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore." I'm going to break it down for you while trying to swallow the venom that has risen inside me because of yet another monstrous tweet from J.K. Rowling. Before we start, here is the info on the upcoming film, which premieres in North America on April 15, 2022, and worldwide before that on April 7, 2022: Professor Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) knows the powerful Da...
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13 Movies Like The Martian That Are Definitely Worth Watching

When it came out in 2015, "The Martian" filled a huge void in modern filmmaking. While the past few decades have produced many modern science fiction classics that take a cynical look at the future and humanity's eventual decline. "The Martian" thankfully offers a more optimistic sci-fi spectacle, showing how humanity grows more connected as alliances are formed between nations to save one man's life."The Martian" is also a refreshing film because it's a big blockbuster that isn't attempting to ...
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Succession Season 3 Power Rankings: All The Bells Say It's Time To Rip Off The Bandaid

(The bid for power has intensified in season 3 of "Succession," meaning now more than ever, anyone can come out on top. As the war rages on, we'll be tracking the rise and descent of the Roys, their allies and their never-ending list of enemies.)Buried in the "Succession" discourse — which mostly alternates between endless praise and complaints about how endless the praise has become — fans began to wonder if the show was approaching a dangerous place: could the narrative of "Succession" be stuc...
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Superhero Bits: Spider-Man Gets Torn Apart, Thor 4 Poster Causes Confusion & More

(Superhero Bits is a collection of stories, updates, and videos about anything and everything inspired by the comics of Marvel, DC, and more. For comic book movies, TV shows, merchandise, events, and whatever catches our eye, this is the place to find anything that falls through the cracks.)In this edition of Superhero Bits:"Transformers" and "G.I. Joe" comics are in for a shake-upSomeone decided to show us what R-rated "Spider-Man" looks likeAn unofficial "Thor: Love and Thunder" poster caused ...
Tags: Movies, News, Marvel, Walking Dead, Disney, Dc Comics, Holland, Hasbro, Justice League, Kate, Hawkeye, Cool Stuff, Thunder, Don, Loki, Watts

'Succession': Season 3 Finale Inspired by Shiv Roy's Acting, Director Says

By Carly Tennes Published: December 13th, 2021
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2021 broke records for days on market, median price and more

A new report from Redfin describes 2021 as "remarkable" and identifies numerous records that fell over the past 12 months.
Tags: Remote Work, Radio, Luxury, Agent, Mortgage, Mortgage Rates, Redfin, Industry News, Markets & Economy, News Brief, Pandemic, Days On Market, Daryl Fairweather, Coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID

Review: Jungle Cruise

— by BEV QUESTAD — Lily believes an old legend about a healing tree deep in the Amazon jungle. She is certain the properties of this tree could reshape medicine and be especially beneficial to Britain’s armed service during WWI. There is one caveat. If the tree “gets into the wrong hands it could awaken […]
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Japanese Government Deems Coronavirus Vaccines Not Mandatory

Japan’s handling of the Coronavirus and an explicit statement regarding vaccines as not mandatory whilst condemning coercion has attracted attention online, as it seems Japan is one of the few countries to not violate these basic human rights. A recent tweet on social media highlighted information that was available in English regarding the Coronavirus vaccine […]
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The 15 Best Cary Grant Movies Ranked

Handsome, suave, charming: Cary Grant is pretty much the poster boy for what we now think of as the classic movie star from the Golden Age of Hollywood. With a captivating screen presence, he made for a perfect leading man, but his success was also a testament to his surprising versatility as an actor. Grant could play the smoldering romantic lead, but he also had impeccable comic timing that allowed him to engage in verbal battle with some of the finest actresses in screwball comedy. As he aged...
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The 20 Best Downton Abbey Characters Ranked

With its heartfelt emotion and a dash of fairy tale whimsy, it's easy to see why "Downton Abbey" is one of the most beloved TV shows of all time. It has a little bit of something for everyone: drama, romance, stunning costumes, and quotable moments that fans continue to adore. However, while the series boasts masterful work from creator Julian Fellowes and the rest of the talented individuals behind the scenes, the best parts of "Downton Abbey" are its characters. They're the reason why we keep ...
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The Daily Stream: Constantine Proves Accuracy Isn't Everything When It Comes To Adaptation

(Welcome to The Daily Stream, an ongoing series in which the /Film team shares what they've been watching, why it's worth checking out, and where you can stream it.)The Movie: "Constantine"Where You Can Stream It: HBO MaxThe Pitch: John Constantine (Keanu Reeves) is a private detective and master of the occult. He banishes demons back to hell for a living, but the one thing he can't fight is a terminal case of lung cancer, caused by his decades of heavy smoking. He also notices that there's been...
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The Endgame: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)In the streaming age, network television has evolved quite a bit. Many of these changes take place behind the scenes, with networks being more careful than ever about what they are going to invest in. That being the case, when a show gets a pilot and, beyond that, gets picked up to series, it's more of a minor miracle than it eve...
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Got It Backwards

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6 steps to developing a foolproof accountability playbook

An accountability playbook can center around your work, health, mindset, relationships or any other component of your life that you’d like to improve. But for it to work, these six components must be present in your accountability partnerships.
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Selling Video Game Saves Is An Actual Crime In Japan

By Tiago Svn Published: December 13th, 2021
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2021 shaping up to be a banner year for title insurance industry

Rising home sales and prices helped boost title insurance premiums written by 32 percent during third quarter, with the smallest of the big four title insurers, Stewart and Old Republic, posting even stronger growth.
Tags: Radio, Mortgage, Industry News, Stewart, Old Republic, American Land Title Association, Title Insurance, First American Financial, Fidelity National Financial, Stewart Information Services, Chicago Title, Westcor Land Title Insurance, WFG Title Insurance

Demon Slayer Season 2 Just Sent Its Entire Cast Undercover As Sex Workers (And It Was Good!)

Nothing says "heart-wrenching dark fantasy" quite like a lighthearted romp about the red-light district with three teenaged boys dressed in drag and sold to various brothels by their impossibly buff, polygamous mentor. That's what viewers got with the latest episode of "Demon Slayer" season 2, which has fully moved into the Entertainment District Arc. In "Infiltrating the Entertainment District," not only did we get to our first look at the dazzling Yoshiwara Red Light District, but we also got ...
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The Lion King Easter Egg You Might Have Missed In Hercules

Call me the Cinematic Peter Cottontail, because I love me a good movie Easter egg hunt, and no one does it quite like the house of mouse. Disney and Pixar are notorious for hiding references to their movies in new releases, with varying degrees of difficulty. But if the fact that it was newsworthy that Gen Z had no idea that Catherine O'Hara of "Schitt's Creek" is also the mom in "Home Alone" and caused her name to trend on Twitter for two days straight has taught me anything, it's that even Eas...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Greece, Africa, Disney, Earth, Hercules, Pixar, Jason, Tcl, Phil, Creek, Titans, Sid, Mufasa, Catherine O Hara

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