Random Girl Texts Dad of 6 a Pic of Her Dress While His Wife Isnt HomeHis Response Goes Mega-Viral

ShareTweet Social media, and more specifically Twitter, tends to get a pretty bad rap as a breeding ground for animosity and vicious comment wars. From politics to celeb gossip, the topics that Twitter trolls will pour gasoline on are pretty much endless. But amidst the people spewing hate and fueling fights behind the comfort of their computer screens, there is actually some GOOD that can come out of the minefield that is social media….

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No further action after ‘burglar’ death

“As expected with any incident where someone has lost their life, my officers carried out a thorough investigation into the circumstances of the death.” Analysis, Simon Jones, BBC News When we look at the law it is all down to what is considered to be “reasonable force” when someone is defending their home. The law was clarified in 2013 to say if it was a highly stressful situation and if…

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YouTube Bans Firearms Demo Videos, Entering the Gun Control Debate

Google’s new policy prohibits promotion of guns, bump stocks At least one video gun blogger ditched YouTube for PornHub greater restrictions on content several times in the past year, responding to a series of issues with inappropriate and offensive videos. Most of those changes involved pulling ads from categories of videos. Google is more reluctant to remove entire videos from YouTube, but has been willing to do so with terrorism-related…

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Revealed: 50 million Facebook profiles harvested for Cambridge Analytica in major data breach

Whistleblower describes how firm linked to former Trump adviser Steve Bannon compiled user data to target American voters How Cambridge Analyticas algorithms turned likes into a political tool The data analytics firm that worked with Donald Trumps election team and the winning Brexit campaign harvested millions of Facebook profiles of US voters, in one of the tech giants biggest ever data breaches, and used them to build a powerful software…

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20 Fascinating, Bone-Chilling Facts About the Worlds Most Infamous Serial Killers

As much as they terrify us, serial killers also fascinate us. Here are 20 spooky facts about some of the world’s most notorious murderers. Advertisement Ted Bundy was a good samaritan! That’s right. He once saved a boy from drowning, and on another occasion actually received an honor from the Seattle Police Department for chasing down a thief. Little did they know he murdered at least 30 people. Advertisement A…

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Jared Kushner’s Younger Brother Had Vowed To #MarchForOurLives. And He Did.

The Kushner brother had promised to attend the anti-gun violence rally in an earlier Instagram post. His girlfriend, model Karlie Kloss, also participated in the gathering. “Today, and every day, we will continue to fight for those things that are right. We will continue to fight for common sense. We will continue to fight for our lives,” Kloss wrote in a caption, quoting Tarr.  Josh Kushner made headlines earlier this…

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Uber Pulls Out of Southeast Asia, Selling Operation to Rival Grab

Uber Technologies Inc. has agreed to sell its Southeast Asian operations to Grab, withdrawing from yet another fast-growing region to end a war of attrition with a fierce local rival. Under the agreement, Grab will acquire all of Uber’s operations in a region of 620 million people, including food delivery service UberEats. The U.S. ride-hailing behemoth in return gets a 27.5 percent stake in a combined entity and its chief…

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Shooter dead, two injured after shooting at Great Mills High School in Maryland

Video At least 3 hurt in Maryland high school shooting FBI, ATF responding to shooting at Great Mills High School in Maryland. A gunman who shot and wounded two students at Great Mills High School in Maryland was killed Tuesday after engaging an armed school resource officer, an official said. The shooter was the only fatality. A female student was critically injured and a male student was also shot but…

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House Intel finds ‘no evidence of collusion’ between Trump campaign and Russia

Video House Intelligence Committee ends Russia probe interviews Texas Congressman Mike Conaway says the investigation uncovered no evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign. The House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence said Monday it found “no evidence of collusion, coordination or conspiracy between the Trump campaign and the Russians,” as its Russia investigation starts to come to a close. Rep. Mike Conaway, R-Texas, who has led the committee’s…

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Paul Ryan sold shares on same day as private briefing of banking crisis

Vice-presidential candidate denies he profited from a 2008 meeting with Fed chairman in which officials outlined fears for financial crisis Paul Ryan, Mitt Romneys vice-presidential running mate, sold stock in US banks on the same day he attended a confidential meeting where top level officials disclosed the sector was heading for a deep crisis. The congressman on Monday denied profiting from information gleaned from the meeting on 18 September 2008…

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The recent news about China’s social credit system may conclude this longstanding debate

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10 Facts About Sex They Dont Cover in Sex Ed, but Really Should

Ah, sex education in America. It’s really not the best, is it? Sex Ed teaches you the basic facts, very cut and dry, but it definitely doesn’t teach all the strange, wacky facts about sex you definitely should know. Here are 10 of the best ones. Advertisement Correlation or causation? According to a study from the Institute for the Study of Labor at the University of Bonn in Germany, people who…

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John Oliver Goes Off on Sinclair, Calls News Anchors Members of a Brainwashed Cult

Last year, Last Week Tonight aired an broke the news that Sinclair was planning on forcing its local news anchors to read a media-bashing promo script that sounds like it came directly from Trumps lips: courtesy of Deadspin. Yeah. Nothing says We value independent media like dozens of reporters forced to repeat the same message over and over again like members of a brainwashed cult, said Oliver. I guess what…

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Bullseye host Jim Bowen dies at 80

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionWatch Jim Bowen on TV show Bullseye Broadcaster and comedian Jim Bowen, best known for hosting darts-based game show Bullseye in the 1980s and ’90s, has died at the age of 80. His wife Phyllis confirmed the news to BBC Radio Lancashire. The former deputy headmaster, who lived in North Lancashire, began his career as a stand-up comedian on the club circuit…

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Obama praises Parkland students, says a lot of today’s problems are caused by ‘old men.’

Obama was elected by young people. Now, he wants to empower the next generation. In 2008, when Facebook and Twitter were still new on the scene, young voters used social media to help propel Barack Obama to the White House. He knows firsthand how powerful a force they can be when inspired by a cause they believe in. During a talk in Japan, Obama revealed that he’s channeling his post-presidential…

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Picked Apart by Vultures: The Last Days of Stan Lee

You might expect Stan Lee, at age 95, to be enjoying the fruits of his many labors: Marvel Comics, the company he served as the former president and chairman of, dominates popular culture. Characters he co-created among them Spider-Man, Iron Man, X-Men, and the Avengers are household names. Hes a comics legend, with his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. When Marvel sold to Disney in 2010 for…

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36 Ingenious Everyday Inventions Thatd Make Inspector Gadget Jealous

Inspector Gadget would definitely live up to his name if he had these 36 handy gadgets in his arsenal. We hope you find these handy products as awesome as we do. Just an FYI: 22Words is a participant in the Amazon affiliate program, and may receive a share of sales from links on this page. Advertisement This Apple Charging Stand Is Perfect via: Amazon This Apple stand charges your iPhone,…

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France wants to become an artificial intelligence hub

Emmanuel Macron and his government are launching a big initiative around artificial intelligence today. They want to turn France into one of the leading countries when it comes to artificial intelligence. “[Artificial intelligence] is a technological, economical, social and obviously ethical revolution,” Macron said in a speech. “This revolution won’t happen in 50 or 60 years, it’s happening right now. There are new opportunities and we can choose to follow…

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