Tuesday, May 31, 2016 – Edition: #5742

Monthly Planning Calendar in Today’s BS!

★ Filmmaker Sam Mendes has confirmed he won’t direct the next ‘James Bond’ film, saying it is time to move on. Mendes helmed the franchise’s 2 most recent films, “Skyfall (2012) and “Spectre” (2015). Quote: “I think it’s time for somebody else. I’m a storyteller and at the end of the day, I want to make stories with new characters.” While Mendes won’t be back, speculation still remains as to whether actor Daniel Craig will once again step back into the role of ‘007’.
– WENN.com
★ Matthew McConaughey’s partner Camila Alves is launching an organic baby food line. The 34-year-old – who is mom to Matthew’s children Levi, Vida, and Livingston – has always made sure her kids have eaten healthily, but admits it’s time consuming to make fresh food for infants. The struggle inspired her to create an affordable line of organic baby food for busy parents looking to feed their children well. She’s partnering with chef-entrepreneur Agatha Achindu to co-found ‘Yummy Spoonfuls’, healthy foods for children from 4 months to toddler.
– ContactMusic.com
★ And the property that served as the exterior of the ‘Tanner’ residence on “Full House” is for sale. The 3-bedroom Victorian in the lower Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco CA is on the market for $4.15 million. The house was featured in the 1987-95 sitcom that starred Olsen twins Mary-Kate & Ashley alongside John Stamos. Fans who can’t afford to splash the cash on the iconic home can take solace in the upcoming 2nd season of the Netflix revival series, “Fuller House”.
– Realtor.com

• “America’s Got Talent” (NBC/CityTV) – A variety of acts perform for the judges in the Season 11 debut.
• “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC/CityTV) – Josh Abbott Band w/Carly Pearce perform their current single “Wasn’t That Drunk” from the album “Front Row Seat”.
• “Last Call With Carson Daly” (NBC) – Charlamagne tha God (“South Crack The Album”). Rerun.
• “Late Late Show With James Corden” (CBS/M3) – Atlas Genius (“Inanimate Objects”). Rerun.
• “Late Night With Seth Meyers” (NBC/CTV) – Wynonna & The Big Noise (“Wynonna & The Big Noise”). Rerun.
• “Late Show With Stephen Colbert” (CBS/Global) – Deerhunter *”Fading Frontier”). Rerun.
• “Live With Kelly” (syndicated/CTV) – Guest co-host Common (“Like Water for Chocolate”).
• “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC/CTV2) – Wild Belle (“Dreamland”). Rerun.

• Adele – Reports say she’s secretly bought a $9.5-million mansion in a gated community in Beverly Hills CA a month ago. The property features a pool, treehouse, and an outdoor train set that will no doubt be enjoyed by her 4-year-old son Angelo.
• Blake Shelton – “Radar Online” is reporting that he’s proposed to Gwen Stefani by stashing a $1.2-million engagement ring … in a box of KFC. Gwen is said to be very touched, but has indicated she wants to wait to make sure that it is right for her kids. That’s a ‘no’ then.
• Bon Jovi – Jon Bon Jovi has announced that the band’s new album, titled “This House Is Not For Sale”, is now officially finished. It’s due for release later this year.
• Drake – He remains #1 on today’s new ‘Billboard 200’ chart with his latest album “Views”. He’s now the 1st male artist in 5 years to spend 4 weeks atop the chart. The last guy to do so was Michael Buble in 2011, when he spent 5 weeks in the top spot with his “Christmas” album.
• The Killers – Bassist Mark Stoermer is stepping back from touring with the group to pursue ‘educational goals’ and releasing a solo album. The Killers have a number of festival appearances scheduled for this Summer.
• Leona Lewis – She has signed on to play the role of ‘Grizabella’ in the upcoming Broadway revival of “Cats”. The show opens in NYC on July 31st.
• Pentatonix – Singer Kirstin Maldonado is engaged after her boyfriend Jeremy Michael Lewis arrived in France a few days early to pop the question before the group’s gig in Paris. Pentatonix is currently in the middle of a world tour.
• Twenty One Pilots – The first leg of their “Emøtiønal Røadshøw” tour begins tonight in Cincinnati OH. It runs through November 17th in Paris, France.

Coming out on DVD, Netflix, Google Play and/or other video providers …
• “Gods of Egypt” ( PG-13 Fantasy Adventure ): Mortal hero ‘Bek’ teams with the god ‘Horus’ in an alliance against ‘Set’, the merciless god of darkness who has usurped Egypt’s throne, plunging the once peaceful and prosperous empire into chaos and conflict. Stars Brenton Thwaites, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Gerard Butler, Chadwick Boseman.
• “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” ( PG-13 Action Horror ): Jane Austen’s classic tale of tangled relationships between lovers from different social classes in 19th century England is insanely mashed up with an army of undead zombies. Stars Lily James (“Downton Abbey”), Matt Smith (“Doctor Who”), plus Lena Heady & Charles Dance (“Game of Thrones”).
• “Race” ( PG-13 Sports Drama ): American Jesse Owens’ quest to become the greatest track & field athlete in history thrusts him onto the world stage at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, Germany, where he faces off against Adolf Hitler’s vision of Aryan supremacy. Stars Stephan James, Jason Sudeikis, Eli Goree.
• “Triple 9” ( R-Rated Crime Thriller ): A gang of criminals and corrupt cops plan the murder of a police officer as a distraction in order to pull off their biggest heist ever on the other side of town. Stars Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Anthony Mackie, Aaron Paul. Director John Hillcoat’s follow-up to “Lawless”.
• Also being released: “Teen Titans Go!: Eat. Dance. Punch! Season 3” (TV Animation); “12 Sci-Fi Cult Classics Collection” (Compilation).

Dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster has ruled once and for all that a hot dog is, in fact, a sandwich. The official definition of a sandwich is “two or more slices of bread or a split roll having a filling in between”. So there is no sensible way around the fact that a hot dog absolutely fulfills the requirements. Dissenters, however, interpret the term ‘filling’ narrowly, as meaning only a food mixture used to fill pastry or sandwiches rather than broadly as whatever happens to be used to fill the cavity. But then, how do you explain a ‘meatball sandwich’?, the dictionary honchos ask. (If you fold a pizza slice in half, is it a sandwich?)
– “New York Post”

✓ They let their minds wander.
✓ They say what they mean.
✓ They aren’t afraid to cry.
✓ They don’t care what other people think.
✓ They don’t hold grudges.
✓ They exude blind optimism.
✓ They’re decisive.
✓ They seek out new experiences.
– DreamFearlessly.com

The Freebird Club shares plenty of similarities with popular online rental site Airbnb. For a fixed, nightly fee, travelers rent rooms from residential hosts in various destinations. But unlike most sharing startups, this service has no interest in catering to Millennials; it’s designed exclusively for clients aged 50-plus. Like Airbnb, users have to sign up with the site in order to rent a room/condo/house. The mission of the new company is to foster a sense of community among seniors and middle-aged citizens; to make older adults feel more secure about the rental process; and to encourage mature adults to continue to explore the world. The service is debuting in Ireland and UK next month with the goal of expanding around-the-globe. (What’s the best amenity you’ve ever found in an online rental? Airport pickup? Groceries included? Stocked bar?)
– CityLab.com

Increasingly, it sounds as if Aiden Turner (OWN-TV’s “If Loving You Is Wrong”) and not Tom Hiddleston (“The Night Manager”) is the insiders’ tip to be the next ‘James Bond’.
– PopBitch.com


1930 [86] Clint Eastwood, San Francisco CA, movie director (Oscars-“Million Dollar Baby”, “Unforgiven”)/movie actor (“In the Line of Fire”, “The Bridges of Madison County”)

1965 [51] Brooke Shields, NYC, model/movie actress (“The Blue Lagoon”)/author (“Down Came the Rain”)/former TV actress (“Lipstick Jungle” 2008-09, “Suddenly Susan” 1996-2000)

1967 [49] Phil Keoghan, Lincoln, New Zealand, TV personality (“The Amazing Race” since 2001)

1976 [40] Colin Farrell, Dublin, Ireland, movie actor (“The Lobster”, “In Bruges”)

1980 [36] Andy Hurley, Menomonee Falls WI, rock drummer (Fall Out Boy–”Thnks fr th Mmrs”, “I Don’t Care”)

1996 [20] Normani Hamilton, Atlanta GA, pop singer (Fifth Harmony-“”Work From Home” f/Ty Dolla $ign, “”Worth It” f/Kid Ink)

• “Macaroon Day”, honoring those ooey-gooey coconut cookies that stick to your fillings.

• “Save Your Hearing Day”, something older people often advise younger people to do. But most don’t listen until they reach the point when they can’t.

• “Speak in Complete Sentences Day”, a good excuse to bring up our pet peeve about newscasters who write sentences without active verbs, ie: “Police searching for suspects in a kidnapping today.” That is NOT a complete sentence.

• “World No-Tobacco Day”, as declared by the UN’s World Health Organization to encourage people to kick their butts.

2000 [16] “Survivor” TV reality series debuts as a 3-month Summer show on CBS-TV (Richard, Rudy, Susan, Sean, Colleen, Kelly, Greg, and Gervase quickly become household names)

2014 [02] A Maserati car and an unspecified amount of jewelry are taken in a burglary at Miley Cyrus’ home in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles

1976 [40] Guinness Record ‘Loudest Concert’ as The Who put out a total of 76,000 watts of power at 120 decibels (no wonder it’s “Save Your Hearing Day”. Pete Townshend should be poster boy!)

[Jun 1] Buddah Birthday / Global Day of Parents / Heimlich Maneuver Day / Go Barefoot Day / Olive Day / Running Day / Tailors Day / Say Something Nice Day / Stand For Children Day
[Jun 2] Leave the Office Early Day / Bubba Day / Rotisserie Chicken Day / Yell Fudge At the Cobras in North America Day
[Jun 3] “Me Before You”; “Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping”; “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of the Shadows” open in movie theaters / Comic Con begins (Niagara Falls ON) / Governors Ball Music Festival begins (NYC) / Bunbury Festival begins (Cincinnati OH) / Doughnut Day / Horseradish Day
[Jun 4] Guys Choice Awards (Spike TV) / Free Press Summer Festival begins (Houston TX) / Drawing Day / International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression / Prairie Day / Trails Day / Turtle Races Day
[Jun 5] Hot Air Balloon Day / Moonshine Day / World Environment Day / Cancer Survivors Day
[Jun 6] Ramadan begins (Muslim) / Atheists Pride Day / Drive-in Movie Day / Higher Education Day / Thank God It’s Monday Day / Yo-Yo Day
[Jun 7] VCR Day / World Pet Memorial Day
[Jun 8] CMT Music Awards (Nashville TN) / Upsy Daisy Day / World Oceans Day
[Jun 9] Bonnaroo Festival begins (Manchester TN) / Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction (NYC) / International Archives Day / Toy Industry Day
[Jun 10] “The Conjuring 2”; “Now You See Me 2”; “Warcraft” open in movie theaters / Alcoholics Anonymous Day / Iced Tea Day / Banana Split Day / Lemonade Day / Poultry Day
[Jun 11] Bestival begins (Toronto ON) / Abused Women & Children’s Awareness Day / Belmont Stakes (NYC) / Corn On the Cob Day / Missing Mutts Awareness Day / Cotton Candy Day / Making Life Beautiful Day / Rosé Wine Day / Queen’s Official Birthday (UK) / World Bike Naked Day / World Gin Day
[Jun 12] Tony Awards (CBS) / Children’s Sunday / Crowded Nest Awareness Day / Jerky Day / Peanut Butter Cookie Day / Superman Day / World Day Against Child Labor
[Jun 14] “Mötley Crüe: The End” screens in movie theaters / Family History Day / Bourbon Day / World Blood Donor Day
[Jun 15] Global Wind Day / Nature Photography Day / World Elder Abuse Awareness Day / Worldwide Day of Giving
[Jun 16] Firefly Music Festival begins (Dover DE) / Career Nurse Assistants Day / Fudge Day / Dump the Pump Day / Recess at Work Day
[Jun 17] “Central Intelligence”; “Finding Dory” open in movie theaters / “Orange Is the New Black” season debut (Netflix) / FarmBorough begins (NYC) / Eat Your Vegetables Day / Flip-Flops Day / Ugliest Dog Day / World Day to Combat Desertification & Drought / Work@Home Fathers Day
[Jun 18] International Sushi Day / Splurge Day / World Juggling Day / Worldwide Knit & Crotchet in Public Day
[Jun 19] Fathers Day / MuchMusic Video Awards (Toronto ON) / Husband Caregiver Day / World Sickle Cell Day / World Sauntering Day
[Jun 20] Summer begins / Motorcycle to Work Day / World Productivity Day / World Refugee Day / Full ‘Strawberry’ Moon
[Jun 21] Atheists Solidarity Day / Global Orgasm Day / Go Skateboarding Day / Daylight Appreciation Day / Selfie Day / Tall Girl Appreciation Day / World Handshake Day / World Humanist Day / World Music Day
[Jun 22] Glastonbury Festival begins (Pilton UK) / Stupid Guy Thing Day / Baby Boomers Recognition Day
[Jun 23] International Widows Day / Let It Go Day / Public Service Day / Runners Selfie Day / Typing Day
[Jun 24] “Free State of Jones”; “Independence Day: Resurgence”; “The Shallows” open in movie theaters / “CMT Crossroads: Nick Jonas & Thomas Rhett” (CMT) / Celebration Of the Senses / International Fairy Day / Drive Your Corvette to Work Day / Take Your Dog to Work Day
[Jun 25] Catfish Day / Backyard Campout Night / Day Of the Seafarer / Global Beatles Day
[Jun 26] BET Awards (LA CA) / Descendants Day / International Day Against Drug Abuse & Illicit Trafficking / International Day in Support of Victims of Torture / Canoe Day / Log Cabin Day / Same Sex Marriage Day
[Jun 27] Decide to Be Married Day / Industrial Workers Of the World Day / HIV Testing Day / Sunglasses Day / PTSD Awareness Day / Please Take My Children to Work Day
[Jun 28] International Body Piercing Day
[Jun 29] Summerfest begins (Milwaukee WI)
[Jun 30] “Greatest Hits” debuts (ABC) / Essence Festival begins (New Orleans LA) / National Organization for Women (NOW) Day / Social Media Day


• Whyzit today’s ‘tough times’ always become tomorrow’s ‘good old days’?
• Whyzit you never hear of a government tax auditor being audited?
• Whyzit we can’t find a book called “Chicken Soup For the Chicken’s Soul”?
• Whyzit we say ‘heads up!’ when what we mean is … ‘Duck!’?
• Whyzit hurt like hell when you hit your ‘funny bone’?

☎ What’s the weirdest item you’ve ever seen on a wedding registry? (Why don’t couples just ‘register’ with a bank?)

I tried sniffing Coke once, but the ice cubes got stuck in my nose.

Question: 1-in-5 adults admit they absolutely could not complete THIS task if they were asked to do it today.
Answer: Pass a written driving test.

Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.

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