Monday, March 13, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran's new album "÷" became the fastest selling by a solo male artist in British chart history on Friday.


  • Still a bit surprised the Texas traded away Osweiler to the Cleveland Browns.
  • "Game of Thrones" will return to HBO on July 16th to begin season 7.
  • Tinder reportedly has a secret version called "Select" for elite users of the dating site, including the wealthy, celebrities and very good looking.
  • One Alabama radio observed "International Women's Day" last week by playing only songs by men on their station for the day.
  • Flavor Flav was seen cheering on his cousin who plays for Penn State at the Big Ten Tournament.
  • eBay claims that their new Google Home chatbot can tell people how much their stuff is worth.
  • Accusations of priests involved in sex orgies, porn videos and prostitution have emerged from several Catholic parishes in Italy.
  • They've made the largest onshore oil discovery in Alaska in 30 years.
  • South Korea's Constitution Court ruled to uphold the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye on Friday morning, making her the first democratically elected president to be removed from office in the country's history.
  • Radio Shack is closing 187 more stores this month.
  • Since 2007, astronomers have noticed 20 or so of these Fast Radio Bursts, or FRB's. There are at least a few scientists who believe they may actually be generated by advanced alien civilizations, as a way to accelerate interstellar spacecraft to tremendous speeds.
  • There's talk that Arnold Schwarzenegger is considering a run to become a U.S. Senator from California. Think he would win?
  • O.J. Simpson could be out of prison as soon as October and on reality TV before the end of the year.



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