Bits and Pieces - September 11, 2015
September 11, 2015
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was seen with one of Donald Trump's 'Make America Great Again' hats in his locker and it turns out they've been friends for years. Now if Brady would only deflate Donald's hair.
Police in Southern California are closing in on the crooks that robbed CHRIS BROWN of $50,000. Police say they have video of the getaway car used in the robbery in which the crooks put a gun to the head of Chris' aunt before making off with the loot. Police also have a partial license plate, which has led them to Compton and someone who may be a member of the Bloods, the gang in which Chris has had ties.
SONS OF ANARCHY creator Kurt Sutter is developing a spin-off to the show that would follow the Mayans motorcycle club. While there's still no word on when this will happen, Sutter now says that some characters from Anarchy could appear on the new show from time to time.
KATY PERRY left her handprints outside the famed Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood this week, but as she leaned over in a low-cut dress, Katy's hands weren't the pair that photographers were snapping! (See here)
You are not smarter than this fifth grader! Britain's 12-year-old
Lydia Sebastian achieved a 162 on a Mensa test. Not only is that the highest possible score, it topped the score of both Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking by two points. When asked to comment, Lydia said: "I don't think I can be compared to such great intellectuals such as Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking. They've achieved so much. I don't think it's right." She added, "I was really nervous before the test and I thought it was going to be really hard. But as I started the test, I thought it was a bit easier than I thought it was going to be."
NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin tore the ACL in his right knee while playing basketball Tuesday night, but has been cleared to race for the remainder of the season. Hamlin will require surgery on the ACL after the season. In 2010, Hamlin raced after he blew out his left knee playing basketball.
Take a tip from Coralville, Iowa's 44-year-old Jeremy J. Mulvaney and never bring a machete to a forklift fight. Upset that construction crews were blocking the street with their equipment, Jeremy got into an argument with the workers. The verbal altercation escalated and Jeremy began waving a machete at them. However, Jeremy fled the scene when a construction worker drove toward him in a fork lift. An officer spoke with Jeremy over the phone and he admitted to being involved, but refused to meet with officers. However, they went to him and arrested him on charges of going armed with intent, which is punishable by up to five years in prison.
2000: Cats, the longest running show on Broadway with over 7,800 performances, closed
actor Ryan Phillippe (Cruel Intentions, Crash, MacGruber) 41