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Jay Leno has suffered serious burns but is in stable condition following a gasoline fire, the former The Tonight Show host confirmed to Variety. Leno said in a statement: I got some serious burns from a gasoline fire. I am ok. Just need a week or two to get back on my feet.
TMZ reported that Leno was hospitalized on Sunday after a fire erupted in his Los Angeles car garage. One of the cars reportedly burst into flames and left Leno with burns on his face. Leno was taken to the Grossman Burn Center for his injuries.
News of Lenos health was first reported by People magazine. The comedian was scheduled to take part in a Las Vegas financial conference on Sunday but had to cancel his appearance due to a serious medical emergency. Lenos facial burns were not disclosed at the time.
So sorry to read about this. Hope he gets well soon.
U.S. Rep. Karen Bass overtook businessman Rick Caruso in the seesaw battle to be mayor of Los Angeles, with Fridays tally putting the veteran lawmaker 4,384 votes ahead of the real estate developer in a contest that will not be settled until next week at the earliest.
The new totals from county election officials put Bass ahead by a fraction, 50.38% to 49.62%, for the first time since Caruso took a slim advantage in the wee hours of Wednesday morning. Bass has now bested Caruso in the last two updates from the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerks office.
Going into Friday, Caruso held a tiny lead of one-half percentage point, or 2,695 votes. The fourth lead change in less than 72 hours tended to affirm pre-election predictions that a winner might not be known for a week or more after last Tuesdays election day. The L.A. County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerks office promises another updated count Saturday.
With only about 30,000 votes added to the mayoral tote board Friday, Carusos supporters cautioned against reading too much into the new totals. But Bass partisans sounded buoyant that despite the modest overall numbers, their candidate had taken 60% of the votes revealed since Thursday.
I sure as hell hope Bass beats that DINO Caruso. He is no friend, IMO, to the general public and his plans? I say bullshit. Talks a good game for those who want the homeless hidden, but the more I see of homeless "developments," the less I see of the L.A. homeless population showing any interest. I talked to a friend who for about five years was homeless and she told me that the places have rules that restrict everything from pets to cooking on site.
Yes, there needs to be help for those out on their luck, but as I see it, the DINO is interested in building things and that means money for developers and often not solutions for those in need.
So, I could not sleep last night -- still keyed up over the races which had not been called in favor of Dems. I tried some re-runs of Law & Order and decided I wanted coffee. I was out of creamer and went to the 7-11.
So, in front of me was some obvious MAGAt asshole bloviating about the guy in Pennsylvania with "mush for brains" who won the Senate race. I saw red (inside), turned to the MAGAt asshole and sweetly in my little old lady voice said, "Oh, no, you are mistaken...Oz lost."
What a fucking asshole!!!!!!! Still sweetly smiling, I moved in front of the MAGAt, and paid for my creamer. Two other people in line behind us -- young men -- started clapping and one held the door open for me as I left...with the creamer for my coffee!
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