Month: May 2017

Jamie Foxx finally beat the internet at its own game
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Jamie Foxx finally beat the internet at its own game

By apparently making it of the unknown that Jamie Foxx isn't actually his literal name.   Peculiar Twitter users who shall remain nameless were a bit behind the game after the discovery.    Foxx, whose name is actually Eric Bishop used the name "Jamie Foxx" when he first started out in stand up comedy. The name often helped him get first picks to go first, as many venues, would often let the ladies go first over the men.  The name worked, and, eventually caused all kinds of confusion about who it was. Meanwhile, score for Foxx for defeating the internet at its own game.
Chipotle customers told to check debit/credit cards after revelations of yet another system hack
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Chipotle customers told to check debit/credit cards after revelations of yet another system hack

Chipotle, uh, yeah probably best known for that E.coli outbreak -- is struggling to reign in its latest controversy.  According to Chipotle  executives,  the company suffered another massive hack nationwide took place between March and the middle of April. Chipotle is advising all customers who ate at the betrothed restaurant to check their statements if there are unknown charges or anything of the like available on their card.   Execs  claim that while there was ransom and malware on their systems, that, they have since cured the issue citing that "no personal information of our customers was compromised".  
Ariana Grande pens moving note to fans: Read It
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Ariana Grande pens moving note to fans: Read It

Days after the deadly Manchester Arena attacks, Ariana Grande, has penned a moving note to her fans following the announcement that she will return to Manchester for a benefit concert. A concert that is expected to feature tighter security than the Bank of England.
This SOS message has people stumped in Australia
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This SOS message has people stumped in Australia

An SOS message found in the remote area of Australia, uh, has people taking.  Australian police confirmed to numerous outlets today that Australia's military and police force, perhaps, are quite stunned as to how it happened. Police officials authorised one official to speak to The Daily News who described the find as "eye brow raising" mostly because signs of life and a camping site were reportedly discovered. The issue? Even helicopter reinforcements to the reclusive island still couldn't turn up anything in the search. Police did confirm that an additional search with more eyeballs is underway as more signs of life are found. Although it has not yet been ruled out to be a hoax.
Trump wanted to be head of USSR: Reports
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Trump wanted to be head of USSR: Reports

There's an interesting new interview floating around, and, that interview paints an even more mysterious edge to U.S President Trump 's political ambitions. According to the interview,  Trump way back in the late 1980 's allegedly wanted to be a top leader of the USSR. The interview, in part with the help of  Bernard Lown. Lown,  Nobel Peace Prize Winner first ran into his Trump intel in 1986.  The 95-year-old Peace Prize Winner perhaps knew and has revealed that Trump had once asked President Reagan for an ambassadorship to Moscow and the Kremlin. Lown went on to claim in the Hollywood Reporter interview that Trump had ("gone to great lengths to discuss his interest in the USSR, and, it remains widely believed that he further went to great extents to convince Reagan that he was "the...
Britain stunned after message to ISIS found on Bomb: Report
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Britain stunned after message to ISIS found on Bomb: Report

Following ISIS's reign of terror in Manchester a very interesting note has surfaced online. According to RAF officials, (Royal Air Force officials)  a popular photo that has been circulating on the internet featuring an ISIS note about Manchester on a bomb. The picture sparked much discussion and accusations from inside the RAF. that officials withheld news of the purported bomb carrying the note for at least  3 whole days.  The photo can be seen below.
Senate Intelligence Committee coming after Trump for private documents: Report
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Senate Intelligence Committee coming after Trump for private documents: Report

There's also another Trump report out in the Washington post, also here,  which apparent documents have now apparently leaked online. Those documents, also in the form of a letter, revealed that two top officials in the committee, they, are requesting Trump related documents dating back to 15 June to produce. In full. The news comes just hours after it was revealed that Jared Kushner, uh, had allegedly decided to attempt to set up private communication streams with direct-access of Russia's Kremlin government.   The report has as of this writing, apparently, (emphasis on the quotes),  been addressed and the entire statement has not made its way to our newsroom yet. Both news pieces paint a very grim darkness shrouded over Washington right.  The U.S government has per recent polls,...
Trump Administration sought private line to the Kremlin: Reports
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Trump Administration sought private line to the Kremlin: Reports

WASHINGTON --   According to a Washington Post report, Jared Kushner, is now the prime target of the FBI 's investigation into Trump 's  controversial connection to the Kremlin.  The Post reportedly uncovered that Jared Kushner and several members of the original transition team, uh,  put together private kickbacks and meetings to organise a private line to the Kremlin. The report alleges that Kushner along with Bannon and other top  White House officials attempted to set up the private communications line way back when the elections were still going on in the United States. Interestingly, this goes against everything Trump himself has ever said about Russia's perceived meddling in the election. Perhaps the most interesting part of the report, is,  the fact that the Post uncovere...
3 of the most popular SNL cast members have departed the show: Top Story
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3 of the most popular SNL cast members have departed the show: Top Story

With the wrapping of SNL 's latest and probably most successful season to date, the show,   has officially lost three of its most popular cast members. The Daily News has learned that Bobby Moynihan, Vanessa Bayer, and Sasheer Zamata have all exited the show. Check out one of our favorite bits below from the show and the departing members. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6N0LPHm1vwA  
These are the highest paid female CEO ‘s in modern business
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These are the highest paid female CEO ‘s in modern business

Women are coming out on top, at least, according to a new analysis from those pesky eyeballs responsible for monitoring the growth of businesses.  According to the analysis, see here,  Marissa Mayer of Yahoo is no longer the record holder for the highest paid female CEO right now. Rounding out the top 10 highest paid female CEO 's, here they are. Virginia Rometty, IBM: $32.3 million Marissa Mayer, Yahoo: $27.4 million Indra Nooyi, PepsiCo: $25.2 million Mary Barra, General Motors: $22.4 million Phebe Novakovic, General Dynamics: $21.2 million Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin: $19.4 million Irene Rosenfeld, Mondelez International: $15.8 million Lynn Good, Duke Energy: $13.5 million Heather Bresch, Mylan NV: $13.3 million Susan Cameron, Reynolds American: $...
Jay Versace and Princeton just erupted in a nasty feud
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Jay Versace and Princeton just erupted in a nasty feud

Carefully placed eyes on social media have caught wind of an apparent nasty feud between Jacob Perez (Princeton Perez, formerly of Mindless Behavior).   The feud has apparently resulted in multiple social accounts being deleted, and, it appears that Youtube star Jay Versace has had a boyfriend this whole time.  According to what we've learned, Prince and Versace have apparently been friends and eventually boyfriends for some time. The exchanges seen in Twitter messages and Instagram exchanges paint a picture of a couple struggling with self-identity;  each other,  and the fact that both  are famous. Meanwhile, Versace claimed that  Princeton is a "stalker" that uses multiple accounts to log in and talk to Versace online (such hasn't been confirmed).... Check out the threads after ...
America shouldn’t of leaked the Manchester bomber’s name
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America shouldn’t of leaked the Manchester bomber’s name

  But like our own media,  America, has an issue of its own. Particularly, not caring that their media causes more harm than good.   This week saw the destruction of the Manchester Arena, particularly, during a sold out Ariana Grande concert. The problem presented in this terrorist attack, perhaps, sits in the hands of America. According to the government, American officials posed as "sources"   to leak the name of the bomber to the media allowing it to be delivered to the world within seconds.  U.K officials tried strategically hard to "conceal" the identity of the bomber, at least, until they had a better intelligence profile on the suicide killer. But here's where that gets interesting. While we have complied with the police's order not to publish his name here, we,  will ...
Ariana Grande was ISIS target in Manchester: Reports
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Ariana Grande was ISIS target in Manchester: Reports

The shocking attack in Manchester over the week, perhaps,  is a stark reminder that anywhere we go in the world -- ISIS could be sitting right before us.  Ariana Grande, perhaps, only learned just that after 22 people were killed during her sold-out show . Grande remains holed up in a private home as she continues to sulk following the deadly attack, which, she managed to escape unharmed. The bomber, however, appears to be part of a much larger network that has dominated England and its terrorist organizations.    Due to being asked by the police not to name the bomber, we, will not publicly publish his name here. Meanwhile,  our terror threat has made its way to the highest level ("critical") for the first time since 2007.  PM May has ordered thousands of troops to the streets of En...
Google ‘s getting pretty invasive in the United States
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Google ‘s getting pretty invasive in the United States

As a whole, Google already has pretty much entire access to data over every American in the United States. Let's discuss. Google has approximate access to more than 70% of user data in the United States, that, includes recorded  debit and credit sales across the United States.   Google announced Wednesday that they've got a new gadget that reportedly allows them to further push content ads from merchants to users who now visit their brick-and-mortar stores. Google explained the device in a rather typical Google way "Our new tool isn't invasive towards user privacy in any way, other, than the usual direction in which we go to better our user experiences across our platforms including the way our advertisements and those of our partners are delivered" a statement reads provided to T...
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