Bits and Pieces - September 17, 2015
September 17, 2015
7-Eleven has announced that they'll deliver a $20 Date Night Pack to your door that has Ben & Jerry's ice cream, a Hershey bar, a can of Red Bull, Trident gum and three condoms. Unfortunately, no woman is going to have sex with you if all you buy her is ice cream, candy, Red Bull and gum.
CHRIS BROWN may have some more ammo in his custody battle with baby mama Nia Guzman as her boyfriend was just busted for forging checks. In her legal papers, Nia claims Chris isn't a suitable parent because he hangs with a bad element, but this may have torpedoed that argument. Of course, the results of Brown's surprise drug test are still pending.
If you're still not convinced that Jon Snow is returning to GAME OF THRONES next season, KIT HARINGTON might have just totally blown any surprise. In a new interview, Harrington said he had to pass on amazing parts because of his commitment to the show, but added he tried not to think about it too much and that "The important thing is that I now know exactly how long I am still under contract."
GREEN DAY will finally release their so-called 'lost' documentary Heart Like a Hand Grenade, which follows the making of their American Idiot album. The documentary was screened once, in Hollywood in 2009, for 400 fans, but everyone will be able to have a look when it's released October 10th.
If you don't like Donald Trump, and he becomes president, what country would you flee to? Lots of people on Twitter have promised to leave if he wins and digital analytics firm Luminoso scoured 4.5 million recent Trump-related tweets and found about 4% promised to leave the country if Trump is elected. Ironically, the top destination was Mexico, with 75,000 saying they'll move there, followed by 69,000 who said they would move, but didn't specify a location. There were also several thousand people that said they'd flee to either Alaska or Hawaii, perhaps not knowing they're part of the U.S.
NBA veteran Steve Nash will reportedly join the Golden State Warriors as a part-time assistant coach and player development consultant.
Caleb Shay Funke was arraigned Monday in Twin Falls, Idaho, on burglary and grand theft charges. Funke might be a free man today had a local homeowner not called police to report she returned home to find her back door open and her house ransacked and an unfamiliar cell phone on her bed. While officers were still at the house investigating, Funke returned to get his phone and told officers he wasn't the burglar, but knew who was. As you might guess, that story failed to check out and Funke was arrested for that burglary, and another in which he left behind footprints that matched the slippers he was wearing.
2007: O.J. Simpson was arrested on burglary charges in Las Vegas.
actor Ed Begley Jr. (Pineapple Express, St. Elsewhere) 66