The Lineup For The Puppy Bowl Is Announced - Holy Cuteness!


We are less than a month away from Puppy Bowl XX. The most adorable sporting event ever returns for a 20th year on Feb. 11 on Discovery+, Max, and Animal Planet. The three-hour matchup will see 131 puppies from 73 shelters and rescues across 36 states and territories playing on the field. The smallest and largest puppies to ever take part are on the roster this year: Sweetpea weighs just 1.7 lbs, while Levi the Great Dane weighs 72 lbs. See all the pups and their profiles here.

Where You Can Get Stanley’s New Pastel Quencher Tumbler Collection


After the frenzy for the Stanley x Starbucks pink and red quencher tumblers caused chaos at target, there's another collection to snap up. The Clean Slate collection was launched on Stanley's website and has sold out, but there's one place you can get them: online at There are five pastel tumblers in the collection, one with pink, teal, and orange in a flowing pattern and another with blues, green and orange. A 40 ounce tumbler will set you back $45 and the 30 ounce is $35. Get them before they are gone! 

Ozzy Impressed by T-Pain's Cover of 'War Pigs'


T-Pain released a cover of Black Sabbath's "war Pigs" in March of 2023 and Ozzy just found out about it this week. Ozzy retweeted the live performance and said "This is the best cover of 'War Pigs' ever. Why didn't you guys call me?" T-Pain responded with "You're always invited. Top of the list, every time!! Thank you so much. Means a lot coming from the greatness himself." 

Watch as Jelly Roll urges Congress to act on fentanyl with powerful testimony

dklxdglmd_n JELLY ROLL Testifies at Senate Hearing

Jason DeFord, aka Jelly Roll, testified to the Senate Banking Committee on Wednesday, January 11, 2024, to advocate for victims of drug addiction. Jelly Roll gives powerful testimony to Congress on fentanyl: 'I was part of the problem' Jelly Roll told lawmakers he is just a 'stupid songwriter,' but has firsthand experience with the fentanyl epidemic.

Jelly Roll spent part of his Thursday testifying in front of a Senate hearing in Washington, D.C.

Identified on CSpan as "artist and philanthropist Jason 'Jelly Roll' DeFord,'" he appeared before a hearing about the fentanyl epidemic and urged lawmakers to adopt legislation limiting the distribution of the synthetic opioid.

He told the Senate Banking Committee, "At every concert I perform, I witness the heartbreaking impact of fentanyl. I see fans grappling with this tragedy in the form of music, that they seek solace in music and hope that their experiences won't befall others. These people crave reassurance that their elected officials actually care more about human life than they do about ideology and partisanship."

Jelly Roll served time in prison for aggravated robbery and possession with the intent to sell, and he told the committee, "I think it's important for me to tell you all that I'm not here to defend the use of illegal drugs, and I also understand the paradox of my history as a drug dealer standing in front of this committee. But equally, I think that's what makes me perfect to talk about this. I was a part of the problem. I am here now, standing as a man that wants to be a part of the solution."

The committee Jelly Roll spoke in front of introduced the FEND Off Fentanyl Act in April 2023, which passed the full Senate in July but hasn't made it out of the House. The act aims to "impose sanctions on foreign persons involved in fentanyl trafficking and codify existing sanctions targeting illicit drug trafficking."

In an Instagram post after his appearance, Jelly Roll wrote, "Thank you to the Chairman Senator Brown and Senator Scott for allowing me to speak on behalf of the broken in today's hearing. I pray this message is the beginning of a real change and awareness when it comes to Fentanyl and drug addiction in America."

This is the most profound honest heartbreaking 6 minutes of testimony ever. I just hope somebody is listening and hearing you. Thank You Jelly Roll.

Anyone Want a Free Dog?


The highlight of your workday is usually lunch, right? Imagine you're working from home and your sandwich is stolen by the most adorable sandwich thief there is. Our neighbor's Golden Retriever decided to seize the opportunity when dad stepped away from his laptop for a second. Got a text from dad saying "Anyone want a free dog? :P"