Bits and Pieces - July 17, 2015
July 17, 2015
According to a new survey, mothers chose Carrie Underwood as the celebrity they would want to babysit their child, while supermodel Gisele Bundchen finished last. However, fathers chose Gisele as the celebrity they'd want to babysit them.
Apparently SCOTT DISICK has been causing more stress in KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN'S life than we were led to believe. While Kourtney has been photographed out and about with her sisters having a good time, the paparazzi caught her yesterday sporting grey hair around her temples! (See here) Meanwhile, Scott has pulled out of another party hosting gig, this time in Atlantic City.
The first trailer for the upcoming TINA FEY and AMY POEHLER movie Sisters has been posted online. The movie has them throwing one last wild party in their childhood home after their parents sell the place. The movie will be out around Christmastime. (See here)
NEIL YOUNG has announced that he's pulling his music from streaming services. While money figures into the equation, the main reason is poor sound quality. Young has long campaigned for pristine audio fidelity whether it be online or physical releases. Young wrote that he hoped it was ok for his fans.
Instagram has added 'curvy' to its list of banned tags. While it may seem innocent enough, Instagram says it was being used to share images and videos that violated their guidelines regarding nudity. However, other tags such as 'fatf**k', 'fatpig' and 'lardass' still exist. On the other end of the scale, the tags 'thin' and 'skinny' offer content advisory notices on eating disorders.
The Anaheim Ducks have signed forward Ryan Kesler to a six-year contract extension worth a reported $41.25 million. The deal reportedly contains a full no-movement clause for the first five-seasons and a limited no-trade clause in the final year.
Interstate 76 goes through Fort Morgan, Colorado, and Detective Todd Zwetzig says mass amounts of drugs pass by all the time because they don't have the intelligence on traffickers to stop them. Also lacking intelligence was Jonathan Potzler, who helped police by calling 911 Saturday afternoon to report he was in a Wal-Mart parking lot with a woman he didn't know that refused to get out of his car. Jonathan also told the dispatcher he believed he was in Arizona. When Fort Morgan police arrived, they found Jonathan and Jazmin Elguezabal, who said she was Jonathan's cousin. They soon explained it all by admitting they were carrying drugs, which was soon determined to be over $700,000 worth of meth.
2004: Martha Stewart was sentenced to five months in prison and five months of home confinement for lying about a stock sale
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