Monday, July 17, 2017

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Five different terror attacks were minutes away from being carried out in London over the past several weeks and all were thwarted by police. 
  • An Australian man had his big toe transplanted in place of a lost thumb. 
  • There's talk that Harvard may ban all fraternities and sororities from their campus. 
  • Mayim Bialik of "The Big Bang Theory" says she returned to acting because she needed health insurance. 
  • New York City is launching a $32 million plan with the hope of reducing the city's rat population. 
  • The NBA is dropping the number of team timeouts from 18 to 14 in each game. 
  • A prosecutor says he thinks O.J. Simpson will be paroled. 
  • The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled next month. 
  • It's been four years since the body of Cory Monteith was found in a Vancouver, Canada, hotel room. The 31-year-old actor reportedly died due to a mixed drug toxicity of heroin and alcohol. 
  • Beyonce and Jay-Z have released their first photo of the new twins, Rumi and Sir. 
  • "Spider-Man: Homecoming" co-stars Tom Holland and Zendaya are actually dating in real life. 
  • Stuntman John Bernecker, who lost his footing while rehearsing a fight scene on the set of "The Walking Dead" and fell off a 25-foot high balcony onto a concrete floor died from his injuries last Thursday. He was 31. 
  • It seems that Steve Whitmire, who has provided the voice for Kermit the Frog the past 27 years was actually fired. 
  • Not surprising that the source of the honey coming from the ceiling of a New York woman's apartment was 35,000 bees inside the wall. 
  • A new survey among Brits found that 1.5 million of them admit watching pornography on a device given to them by their work. 
  • It's being reported that Donald Trump Jr.'s wife once dated Leonardo DiCaprio. 
  • A study says having sex once a week slows the aging process. 

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