I’m currently reading Jonathan Taplin’s Move Fast and Break Things, which I feel should have the subtitle, Actually, Tech Companies Are Bad And Things Were Better When People Did LSD And There Were No Libertarians.* I was especially amused by Taplin’s faux-horror here:
Several key sponsors of New York City’s annual Puerto Rican Day Parade pulled out after organizers decided to honor a convicted terrorist.
Actor-humanitarian Sir Roger Moore died today at the ripe-old age of 89. On television he was Simon Templar in The Saint, but he is best known for playing British Secret Service Agent 007 in seven James Bond films, from 1973 to 1985.
MSNBC beat out its cable news rivals during primetime last week in the key 25-54 demographic and in total viewership for the first time in the network’s 21-year existence, according to Nielsen Research.
One of America’s most widely circulated newspapers published an op-ed Tuesday describing a ritual that thousands of witches have performed called “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him.”
In the latest Harris Poll EquiTrend rankings, Five Guys triumphed over the forces of evil and displaced In-N-Out at the top of the burger chain rankings.
Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren has been hired by the pro-Donald Trump group Great American Alliance for a communications role.
The NBA on Sunday night tweeted out a GIF of comedienne Amy Schumer with an unidentified “fan,” who happened to be comedian Dave Chappelle, that garnered hilarious responses on social media.