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Fonseca Trending 10/11/22


- Fox Business News says gas prices are rising. The average price for a gallon of gas has jumped by 12 cents in the last week to an average of $3.91 a gallon.

- Chewboom says Krispy Kreme is launching their new Halloween donut collection today. The line includes the Spooky Spider Doughnut, the Scaredy Cat Doughnut, the Boo Batter Doughnut and a Neon Orange Sprinkle Doughnut

- WHIO says eight skydivers, over the age of 80, recently did a jump together in DeLand, Florida. They set a new world record for the largest formation of jumpers over the age of 80. They beat the old record by two.

- Spin Magazine says the world's first punk rock museum is opening in Las Vegas in January. The museum's website reads, "The Punk Rock Museum houses the world's most expansive, inclusive, and intimate display of artifacts, fliers, photos, clothing, instruments, handwritten lyrics, artwork, and just about everything else donated by the people and bands who were there. Not only can you see amazing artifacts, there’s a guitar room where you can play the actual guitars and basses played through the amps the artists played them through.''


Top Gun Feud: Screen Rant says celebrity physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson recently watched "Top Gun: Maverick" and then trashed Tom Cruise when he tweeted, ''Late to the party here, but In this year’s @TopGunMovie, @TomCruise’s character Maverick ejects from a hypersonic plane at Mach 10.5, before it crashed. He survived with no injuries. At that air speed, his body would splatter like a chainmail glove swatting a worm. Just sayin’. When Maverick ejected at Mach 10.5, he was going 7,000 mph, giving him 400 million joules of kinetic energy — the explosive power of 100 kg of TNT. A situation that human physiology is not designed to survive. So, no. Maverick does not walk away from this. He be dead. Very dead.''

The Wrap says astronaut Scott Kelly disagreed with Neil and tweeted, ''Depends on his altitude. I was going Mach 25 when I left the ISS on a spacewalk and that was just fine. To be completely clear. At the altitude at which a Mach 10 hypersonic aircraft would be flying, the ejection would be very survivable, the reentry into the atmosphere in just a pressure suit, not so much.''

Billboard magazine says Britney Spears thanked Elton John yesterday for recording “Hold Me Closer” with her. She posted, “Thank you @eltonjohn for giving me the confidence and believing in me to do such a cool song !!! Hold Me Closer went top 10 on the @billboard charts and #1 on the @itunes charts !!!”

The Daily Mail says Adam Levine was spotted wearing a $430,000 watch. The Rolex Daytona Cosmograph Rainbow is extremely rare.

Lewis Capaldi tells Female First that he wants to put together a supergroup. “It would be me, Niall Horan, Ed Sheeran, Elton John. Who else? That’s a good foursome. I wonder who comes out on top in that foursome? Just us four guys, hanging out.”

Sia tells that being a parent is both the hardest and most rewarding thing she’s ever done. “Being a mother is the hardest job in the world. It’s the most painful, trying job you can have. But it’s also the most lovely and rewarding thing you can do.”

Harry Styles tells The Guardian newspaper that he doesn’t fit into a box. “People always ask about my musical style and what kind of singer I think I am. I tell them I’m just a singer. I don’t sing to a small group of people. My songs are for the world.”

The Blast says Paris Hilton recently wore a disguise to a Los Angeles flea market.She put on a black coat, a purple wig and heart-shaped sunglasses. Paris looked at artwork and even purchase several pieces. She didn't reveal her disguise until after her shopping spree

Epicstream claims Brad Pitt allegedly believes that leaving Jennifer Aniston was one of the worst decisions of his life. A source tells the website, "He came to realize that leaving Jen for Angelina was one of the biggest mistakes of his life, And while he's not in love with Jen, he realizes how much he does love her. Brad keeps telling friends that he's seeing everything more clearly."

Epicstream, citing Radar Online, claims Ben Affleck is allegedly not happy with Jennifer Lopez's busy filming schedule. A source tells the news outlets, "She had him fooled for a while, but Ben's realizing Jennifer is as career-driven as she ever was. He was also disappointed with her after she decided to extend her stay in Europe because of her work. It was a huge wake-up call for him.''

The Daily Mirror says a London woman is going viral because of her doormat. The woman is a fan of the TV show ''Friends'' and has a doormat that reads; "Deliveries: Were Ross and Rachel on a break?' The mat has a 'YES' and a 'NO'. Drivers are leaving packages on the various answers

Giant Freakin Robot says a Grinch horror movie is in development. "The Mean One'' will follow The Grinch as he terrorizes Newville residents. Cindy You-Know-Who, whose parents were taken by the Grinch, returns to town to battle the Mean One.

The Daily Mail says Sandra Bullock is selling her Italian-themed San Diego ranch for $6 million. The estate sits on 91 acres. The main house has four bedrooms, a Chef's Kitchen, a library, nine fireplaces, a saltwater pool, a hot tub, a chicken coop, a barn, citrus trees, a Vineyard and an organic avocado orchard.

Adam Sandler is featured on the cover of AARP magazine. The 56 year old says, "It feels great. It makes sense. I'm getting older. That doesn't mean I feel old. I mean, I do when I'm on the basketball court and an 18-year-old kid hears I’m 56 and says, 'Wow! I thought you were younger than that!' But I like my age, and it's fun to play my age. It's freeing. I don't have to be true to anything other than what I look like and what I think and what I do in life. I'm calmer than I used to be. I used to go nuts. I had a quick temper, quick reactions. I made a lot of dumb mistakes and said a lot of stupid things. Looking back on relationships, I could be an ass. I was selfish."

The NY Post says Bethenny Frankel commented yesterday on Kim Kardashian getting booed at the Rams-Cowboys game on Sunday. She tweeted, “Why is everyone surprised that @KimKardashian was booed at a football game? It’s America’s pastime. The fans are people with daughters & sons who have hope for realistic role models for their children. Football is not the superficial land of fashion. Those fans can’t be bought. The last game I went to I didn’t get booed so maybe I’m headed in the right direction.''


Family Survey

A new survey by One Poll reveals that families are most likely to eat dinner together on Tuesday (50%) and Wednesday (51%). Other findings:

- Monday is the day when most parents feel like they're on top of everything (23%). Thursday is the day when parents feel like they are the least likely on top of everything (16%)

- 76% of parents say they are the busiest person in their family

- 37% of families serve frozen meals on a daily basis

Personality Profile - WHAT YOUR DOG'S BREED SAYS ABOUT YOU … According to a new study by The Kennel Club

Springer Spaniel: Reserved and punctual

Cocker Spaniel: Creative, loyal and family-orientated

Border Terrier: Charming, lively and exuberant

Staffordshire Bull Terrier: Trustworthy and affectionate

Jack Russell Terrier: Loyal and faithful

Miniature Schnauzer: Conscientious

Whippet: Enjoy new experiences and taking risks

Golden Retriever: Emotionally stable, positive and happy

Safest Cities … According to a new survey by Wallethub based on home and community safety, natural disaster risk and financial safety, such as identity theft

1 Columbia, Md.

2 Nashua, NH

3 Laredo, Texas

4 Portland, Maine

5 Warwick, RI

6 Yonkers, NY

7 Gilbert, Ariz.

8 Burlington, Vt.

9 Raleigh, NC

10 Lewiston, Maine

Least Safest Cities … According to a new survvey by Wallethub based on home and community safety, natural disaster risk and financial safety, such as identity theft

10 Chattanooga, Tenn.

9 Jackson, Miss.

8 Oakland, Calif.

7 Oklahoma City

6 Memphis, Tenn.

5 Baton Rouge, La.

4 Detroit

3 San Bernardino, Calif.

2 Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

1 St. Louis

Top 5 Scary Movies Of All Time ... According to a new article by Study Finds

1. The Exorcist (1973)

2. Halloween (1978)

3. Paranormal Activity (2007)

4. The Shining (1980)

5. It Follows (2014)

Dear Fonseca

My friends and family think I'm crazy because I want to send an invoice to another mother in the neighborhood. Her kid is always at my house eating out of my refrigerator without permission. Every time I turn around, it seems he is back in the fridge munching away. I've told him several times not to do it. My friends say I'm being a stick-in-the-mud and should be grateful all of the kids in the neighborhood want to come to my house. I barely make ends meet as a single mother. I'm dead serious about sending the invoice. What do you think? Am I wrong if I do? Shouldn't other parents chip in?

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