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Kid Goes Full-On Diva On Live TV

Kid Goes Full On Diva On Live TV
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Step aside, Beyoncé. Bitches have a new diva to bow down to.

8 News Now’s Patranya Bhoolsuwan was reporting a live news segment about the opening of a shopping mall in Nevada last week, when a videobomber’s fierce as fuck dance moves stole the show. This kid was full-on Gaga from the second the cameras were rolling, only stopping for a split second to shoot the girl next to him the stank eye. Even after the reporter ended her segment, the boy’s dance moves didn’t stop. Now, that’s what I call dedication. Check out the world’s newest diva above, and his continued “performance” below. Keep reading »

The Snappening Is Happening: 90,000 Stolen SnapChat Images Posted Online

The Snappening Is Happening: 90,000 Stolen SnapChat Images Posted Online

It was easy for some to dismiss the privacy concerns surrounding last month’s “Fappening” as the price of fame, as though winning an Oscar or being a Sports Illustrated cover model means you must expect and accept being hacked and having your nude photos posted on the internet. But the latest hacking scandal doesn’t play favorites. Last week, a 4Chan user posted that he had hacked a cache of NSFW photos send by SnapChat users and, true to his promise, posted approximately 90,000 photos and 9,000 videos this weekend, violating the privacy of tens of thousands of average people, many of whom are likely underage as SnapChat’s primary demographic is between the ages of 13 and 17. That means anyone busted downloading or sharing the images could be charged with trafficking in child pornography. Keep reading »

7 Takeaways From The New York Post‘s Uncritical Profile Of A Chronic Subway Harasser

I guess the New York Post is voting pro-harassment this election season, because they’ve gone a step beyond Doree Lewak’s now-sort-of-infamous “Deal With It!” pro-catcall manifesto by asking a nigh-professional New York subway harasser how he works his magic (and by magic, I mean misogyny). Here are the main takeaways from their profile of Brian Robinson, Middle-Aged Man Who Obviously Isn’t Self-Aware: Keep reading »

4 Free Series To Binge On

So, I binge. I binge a lot. I binge-watch whole series of TV shows to make it bearable to do the dishes, clean, and cook; I binge-listened to This American Life and Snap Judgment to make my last two jobs — editing product photos and chopping fruit — more bearable. I binged my way through Jenna Marbles’ videos in my free time a few years ago. In the last year-and-some, I’ve binged through “Adventure Time,” “Archer,” “Breaking Bad,” “Orange is the New Black,” the first two and a half seasons of “The X-Files,” the first season of “Twin Peaks” (now I have to watch the rest of it), and the first two seasons of “American Horror Story.” I binged on “Game of Thrones,” then I proceeded to binge through the Song of Ice and Fire series, and now I have to wait until the goddamned spring to get more Westeros.

So imagine how happy I am when I find something new to binge on! I recommend all of the above (of course — if they had sucked, I wouldn’t have watched entire series of them). I’m having to get craftier with my bingeing, resorting to new forms of media and some very old relics of my childhood. Here are the four series that I’m bingeing on now or will be bingeing on soon: Keep reading »

Check Out 2014′s Scariest Haunted Houses … If You Dare

Check Out 2014's Scariest Haunted Houses...If You Dare

Halloween has grown into a $11 billion industry, and each year, the competition in the thrill-and-chill business is only getting scarier. Travel Channel’s list of this year’s spookiest attractions was chosen by a team of spooky experts that included Zak Bagans of TV’s “Ghost Adventures”; paranormal investigatior Jeff Belander; and Larry Kirchner, editor of HauntWorld; a trade publication.

Here are their choices in no apparent order. If you don’t agree with them, feel free to make like a ghost and say, “Boooo!” Read more on Huffington Post Weird News…

Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: Read The Radical Housewife, Watch “Transparent” & Cook Soup

Weekend Shut-In Worksheet: Read The Radical Housewife, Watch "Transparent" & Cook Soup

Activities are wonderful, but sometimes, it’s fine to want to shut the world out for a couple of days, and make some serious time for you. Don’t be afraid of FOMO, either. There will always be another party, another pub crawl, another picnic. The time you’ll spend indulging in the things you want to do, alone, are well worth it. Here’s a handy list of awesome things to do this weekend! Keep reading »

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