Bits and Pieces - November 12, 2015
November 12, 2015
UFC superstar Ronda Rousey is endorsing Bernie Sanders for president. It could be a landslide victory for Sanders because Ronda says that if you don't vote for him she'll beat you up.
GISELE BÜNDCHEN has revealed that she considered leaving TOM BRADY after she found out he got ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan pregnant. This goes back to 2007 when Tom and Gisele were still dating. Of course, Gisele decided to stick around and they got married in 2009 and now have two kids together, although she admitted they'd been through a few tough times together.
THE WALKING DEAD has reportedly cast its biggest villain ever. JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN will take on the role of Negan, the leader of the Saviors. Negan will reportedly show up in the Season 6 finale and then become a regular in Season 7.
PENTATONIX will perform John Williams' legendary Star Wars score with backing by a full symphony orchestra at the American Music Awards. The AMAs will air live on ABC November 22nd.
More stores are joining the anti-holiday shopping counter movement by remaining closed on Thanksgiving. H&M is the latest to join Costco, Sam's Club, Staples, GameStop and Petco in saving their Thanksgiving for turkey and football. However, if you insist, stores including Toys R Us, Target, Macy's and Sears will still be open.
Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State and Notre Dame are this week's top four teams in the College Football Playoff selection committee rankings. Those were the same four teams from last year's playoffs. The rest of the top 10 are Iowa, Baylor, Stanford, Oklahoma State, LSU and Utah.
Forrest Max Bouge was recently deleted from his job as a computer technician at Healthy Claims LLC in Great Falls, Montana. Upset about being fired, Bouge announced to his former co-workers as he was leaving the premises that he would bring the company down and that "this ship is sinking." Sure enough, by the end of the day, hundreds of stored documents on Google Drive had been removed and the company's website had been deleted. The prank was easily traced back to Bouge and police deleted his freedom as he was arrested on felony charges of unlawful use of a computer and criminal mischief.
1981: Fernando Valenzuela became the first rookie to win baseball's Cy Young Award.
actor Leonardo DiCaprio (The Aviator, Titanic, Gangs of New York) 41