The NFL’s Latest COVID Numbers Look Good
Padded practices began for NFL teams in mid-August.
From Aug. 12-Sept. 5, the NFL administered 64,058 COVID-19 tests to players … and there were 5 new confirmed positive tests. Total.
The protocols are working. And we have football Thursday night.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 8, 2020
First-Look At ‘The Mandalorian’ Season Two
#TheMandalorian strikes back! After an Emmy-nominated first season, @StarWars series creator @Jon_Favreau and executive producer marvels at The Child’s fame and shares the first look at season 2. https://t.co/oiYGDJtdTo Story by: @JamesHibberd pic.twitter.com/rZDyMJpgFc
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) September 8, 2020
‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ Ending After 20 Seasons on E!
"After what will be 14 years, 20 seasons, hundreds of episodes and several spin-off shows, we've decided as a family to end this very special journey." -The Kardashian-Jenner family https://t.co/g3ukTDc2Ho
— E! News (@enews) September 8, 2020
Borat 2 Has Been Completed By Sacha Baron Cohen
Plot details remain vague, but what we know is that Borat is no longer the little-known Kazakh TV personality he played in the original 2006 movie. The public knows who he is now, so he has to go “undercover” to interview people. One source described the film as “Cohen playing Borat playing Cohen,”
Click here for the full story. Below is a video of them filming ‘Borat 2’
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Family discover rare ‘alien-like’ sea creatures ‘worth $65,000’ washed up Beach
They are called gooseneck barnacles—or percebes—and according to SD Food & Travel are a delicious delicacy in Portugal and Spain with “flavor and texture about half way between crab and razor clams, with a toothsome texture and a briny sweetness.” Percebes are harvested on the Costa da Morte (the Coast of Death) in Galicia, Spain and they grow on massive, slippery boulders jutting out into the ocean, exposed to the waves.
Founder Martyn Green, 47, estimates that this particular batch was worth upward of $65,000 as “there were probably about 2,000 of them.”