Monday, September 1, 2014

Let's Do The News! (September 1, 2014)

The big scoop today...

- Our very own GILAS Pilipinas faced another loss when they've faced against the Greek basketball team at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain. The Greeks won at the score of  82-70.

- It is with regret that reports told that veteran actor Mark Gil passed away at the age of 52. He died earlier at 8 in the morning due to liver cirrhosis disease. Mark Gil, known by his full name Raphael Joseph Eigenmann, was one of the three children of Eddie Mesa and Rosemarie Gil. His last appearance was in the TV drama, The Legal Wife.

- The National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, will fill in the sinkhole that happened a few months ago but will leave the five damaged Corvettes unrestored.

- IT'S THE KALOS POKEDEX! The folks from Takara Tomy will be rolling out the Kalos PokeDex toy, as seen from the Pokemon XY anime series this September and it's priced at 7,980 Japanese Yen. Want to have this toy? Go to Japan by yourself. Sorry...

Kalos PokeDex

- A new magical girl is coming to Disney Channel! The new series is titled Star Vs. The Forces of Evil and it's created by Daron Nefcy, making this the first ever animated TV series from Disney that was made by a female creator since...Pepper Ann. It's going to be premiered on Disney Channel and Disney XD next year. It's very rare to see women taking charge of creating animated TV shows...

Star Vs. The Forces of Evil

- Some Arab comedy show is making fun against the ISIS and Lebanon's Ktir Salbe Show is no exception. The producers of that said show believed that the whole ISIS threat became a sensitive issue but it's one way to reject extremism so the Arab people are not afraid of it.

- The Japanese government is urging citizens to stock up on, and they're not joking, toilet paper because 40% of the nation's supply of toilet paper comes from high-risk earthquake zones.

- On today's Jay Leno's Garage webisode, Jay Leno heads to Willow Springs in a Porsche 997 GT3 RS to test out Carbon Fiber Wheels created by Carbon Revolution.


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