Bits and Pieces - October 21, 2015
October 21, 2015
Experts now say you hear between 10 and 200 lies a day. They say you can tell when someone is lying if they're speaking in the third person, talking about other people, or if they're participating in a presidential debate.
BLAKE SHELTON is suing In Touch magazine over their cover story with the headline: "Rehab for Blake ... He Finally Hits Rock Bottom." In his lawsuit, Shelton says he's not in rehab and has no plans to go to rehab. Shelton also disputes the magazine's claims that "His friends are terrified that he could end up dead at this rate," "Blake's drinking and womanizing are what helped torpedo his 4-year marriage," he was "caught" by Miranda with "a bunch of naked women" in their home" and "His close friends have talked about an intervention." Shelton is seeking at least $2 million.
The long-rumored ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS reunion is officially on. In fact, filming has already begun on the appropriately titled Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.
KELSEA BALLERINI found a date for the upcoming "49th annual CMA awards during a visit to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Kelsea befriended Allie Allen, who's been battling brain cancer for a couple of years. While young people have been known to videotape so-called 'promposals' for celebrities, Kelsea turned the tables by taping a video to invite Allie to the event. (See here)
What do Americans fear most? No, it's not sharks, ghosts or even zombies. A new study finds that Americans are most afraid of the government, technology and pandemics. They found that nearly 60 percent of Americans are afraid or very afraid of government corruption. Other top fears included cyber
terrorism, terrorist attacks, biological warfare, identity theft, economic collapse, running out of money in the future and credit card fraud. The least feared thing in the survey was what people thought of how you were dressed.
The Pittsburgh Steelers' Michael Vick has a small tear in his hamstring, which could keep him out of next week's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. If Ben Roethlisberger can't return from a sprained MCL and bone bruise, Landry Jones would be the likely starter.
On July 1st, Kansas adopted concealed carry laws making it legal for citizens with permits to carry guns anywhere they like. One unnamed man is certainly getting a bang out of the new law as he recently exercised his newly acquired concealed carry permit at a movie theater. Unfortunately, about halfway through the movie, fellow theater goers were stunned when our friend began shooting. Those fears perhaps turned to laughter when the shooter jumped up and shouted, "Oh my God, I just shot myself! I just got my concealed and carry."
2011: Libyan rebels captured and killed Moammar Gadhafi in his hometown of Sirte.
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