Bits and Pieces - May 15, 2015
May 15, 2015
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West will reportedly renew their wedding vows in Paris on their first anniversary. Not only that, Kim and Chris Humphries plan to renew their divorce.
According to London's Daily Mail Online, LINDSEY VONN dumped TIGER WOODS after he had a "relapse in the sex department." Supposed insiders say Lindsay ended it after Tiger confessed to the hook up. Word is that it happened in February as Tiger tried to console himself with a one-night stand after another bad golf tournament. The insider said, "Most men would drink over such losses; Tiger has sex over it."
The series finale of MAD MEN will be on this Sunday and they released the final teaser. The clip begins with a series of nostalgic flashbacks set to the tune of Paul Anka's "Times of Your Life". (See here)
STEPHEN STILLS will kick off a month-long solo tour on July 6th in Alexandria, Virginia. The shows will be broken into two separate acoustic and electric sets.
You'll soon be able to tweet your pizza order to Domino's. In fact, they say you'll be able to order just by using a pizza emoji. Domino's says, "We've got this down to a five-second exchange. We want to make it as easy as possible for people to order from us, and this is pretty darned easy." So far, they haven't gone into detail on how you'll tell them which kind of pizza you want, but that should be clear pretty soon as they plan to roll out the service next Wednesday.
American Pharoah drew the rail position for the Preakness Stakes, while 7-2 stable-mate Dortmund drew the second position. Kentucky Derby runner-up Firing Line drew the eighth and farthest outside position.
Jennifer Burbella is a nursing student at Pennsylvania's Misericordia University and she won't be graduating anytime soon after failing a required course twice. However, instead of studying harder, Jennifer has elected to sue the university, saying anxiety and depression made it difficult for her to concentrate. Jennifer also claimed her professor didn't do enough to help her pass, causing her to break down in tears. She's seeking more than $75,000 in damages.
1998: The final episode of Seinfeld aired
filmmaker George Lucas (Star Wars, American Graffiti) 71