Bits and Pieces - September 15, 2015
September 15, 2015
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump blasted the high salaries of chief executives, calling them a joke and a disgrace. However, Trump later changed his mind when he realized that he earns a high chief executive salary.
Apparently RIHANNA and TRAVIS SCOTT are officially a couple. A supposed insider told E! News, "It's already very serious. He's very into her." Last week, Rihanna went to one of his concerts and they also attended a private party together where they were 'all over each other.' They were also spotted making out early Friday morning at her Fashion Week after-party. Another source said, "Rihanna likes Travis a lot and hopes it develops into something more. All of her friends think he is gonna be the keeper."
Two pilots from TOM CRUISE'S new movie "Mena" were killed on location Friday when their plane went down in Colombia. A third person was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries. Cruise was not on board the plane at the time.
WHITNEY HOUSTON will return to the stage next year in hologram form. Exact dates have yet to be determined, but following a debut show in the U.S., a world tour will follow. Whitney's hologram will also be joined by as-yet-unannounced special guests.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that "hordes of Utahns" are preparing for some sort of epic disaster that's due to happen later this month. These people are stocking up on supplies such as blankets, food-storage kits, flashlights, and tents believing history is divided up into seven-year increments. In 2001, we had 9/11 and in 2008 we had the stock market crash. While they don't know what's in store for 2015, they seem to think it'll be bad and the full "blood moon" happening later this month factors into it.
Ohio State tops the new Associated Press college football poll. Alabama, TCU, Michigan State and Baylor round out the top five.
Hartford, Connecticut's Seth Tichenor was recently pulled over by police after he was clocked doing 112 miles per hour on Interstate 89. When asked why he was traveling at such a high rate of speed, Seth told the trooper that he was in a hurry to get to court, where he was ordered to appear on speeding charges.
2010: Former USC football star Reggie Bush returned his 2005 Heisman Trophy after he was charged with receiving improper gifts while he was in school.
actor Walter Koenig (Star Trek's Pavel Chekov) 77