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SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 18: Quarterback Aaron Rodgers warms up before the 2015 NFC Championship game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on January 18, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Aaron Rodgers said using psychedelic drugs ayahuasca (AYAWASKA) and psilocybin (SILIOSIBIN) helped with his fear of death.  It helped him see “the veil between the seen world and the unseen world.

“After four weeks, Al Roker is out of the hospital. “Today” show staffers surprised Al by showing up at his house to sing Christmas carols. Gee- hope Al was ok with this!

Royal sources say Prince William considers his relationship with Prince Harry OVER.  Quote, “William will never forgive Harry for selling out his and Kate’s secrets.”

“Avatar: The Way of Water” could debut with up to $175 million this weekend.  That should barely cover the cost of carrying around James Cameron’s ego.

The producers of ”Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” hired a visual effects artist whose only job was to make sure the fish poop floating in the water in the movie looked real. So while you’re watching this three hour movie, try to notice how realistic the fish poop is.

Kim Kardashian is spending over $1 million on holiday presents for her family. A source tells the news outlets, ”She will be piling up her kids’ beds with presents as they have been raised their whole lives to think it’s normal to wake up on Christmas morning with their beds piled high with gifts. The whole family is trying to outdo each other for the holiday. Friends/family say Kim will easily get past the million-dollar mark by the time she’s done. Khloe is decorating her new baby’s crib in gold and diamonds.” (Did you hear that? It was mu jaw hitting the ground)

On the flip side, Jon Bon Jovi tells ‘The Asbury Park Press’ newspaper that those that can, should give back. “There’s no point in having money if you can’t help people in need. Hoarding isn’t what money’s for. You keep what you need and you give the rest to people who are struggling.”

That’s my take, and that’s a wrap!