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Baby + Orange Is The New Black Series Finale
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Baby + Orange Is The New Black Series Finale

Back in 2013, there was a phrase I did not understand, Orange Is The New Black. 6 years later though many talented actresses, an outstanding writing team, and performers who bloom on screen. Orange Is The New Black is at its final season. Unlike other mega hitting shows, if you sense the shade the forecast is real, this season won’t leave us needing to get another around for answers, under-developed plots, or the sad-sad fate of the un-climax final season.  The final season was released on Netflix Friday 26th July 2019.  Oh OITNB has a future. According to Lionsgate TV Group chairman Kevin Beggs he stated “We’re really proud of the long run that Orange Is the New Black had…It remains one of Netflix’s most-watched shows. We’re ending on a high note…We’re already in discussions...
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George Clooney and wife make big contribution to Gun Control movement

George Clooney and his fabulous wife  have made a massive donation to the Florida  high school students and their peers organizing a march on Washington next month.   Next month,   a march is scheduled to take place in hopes that it will force the United States Congress and politicians to  finally pass common sense gun laws in the United States. According to  George, he and his wife have made a donation to the campaign of about $550,000.   Also, per the Clooney Family,   all of the members will be in Washington  next month for the March demanding  sweeping gun reform alongside the children involved. The Daily News will also be in D.C next month for the march and we will be broadcasting our part of the March from Youtube for the world to watch. "What we’re trying to do here [with] ...
An in depth look into life as an inmate in Florida’s correctional system
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An in depth look into life as an inmate in Florida’s correctional system

Operation Push begins today throughout the state in hopes that the Governor will finally give prisoners human-ready conditions and a fair wage for the work that they do. The Guardian is out with an interesting story on Martin Luther King Jr's birthday.  Per the newspaper,  Florida officials are in hot water this week after prisoners from at least 8 prisons are planning to protests the "horrifying conditions" that they're subjected to, and, often in an unfair manner. The Intercept rounded up some of the numbers in the situation.  Prisoners across Florida rounded up upwards of 3.35m hours of work over the past year or so.  In that year, their total number of hours of work would be equal to one receiving a payment of about $38m.  That figure and the number of hours, ehum, reportedly inclu...
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Time Magazine fires back at Trump ‘s own claims about magazine

Mostly, uh, those about being Person of the Year.   Over the weekend, Trump claimed that Time Magazine called and pretty much "told him he was probably" going to be person of the year. All the while, Time Magazine, says that isn't the case and that is not how their selection process works. Trump, however, apparently revels in the magazine's recognition.   In actuality,  the magazine  doesn't choose its person until 6 December when it becomes publicly announced for the first time.  Time said in a statement that "The recognition isn't necessarily a positive one, but rather, a reflection of ones influence".  
Week In Review:  Edition #1 –  September 15th 2017
Week in Review

Week In Review: Edition #1 – September 15th 2017

This week has been one hell of a week in the news business.  Activists looking for a come-up;  a celeb divorce,  a child mow's the White House Lawn (no joke), and more.  Today's top story imprint has been curated by Saint Germaine and  Thomas  Watkins.  A Chicago girl died last weekend after being found in a hotel freezer. If you've even remotely clicked on this newspaper,  you've probably heard about it. We're going to politely direct you this way towards security footage; videos, and more related to the case [Kenneka archives].  2. The White House has us asking questions. On Friday, uh, there was an 11-year-old child mowing the South Lawn of the White House. In case you're thinking we're joking, no we're not, we've even collected video for your  viewing. He apparently had w...
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