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Michael L. Brown noticed something strange on the in-flight menu, and shared it on Twitter.
A lecturer at California State University, Long Beach, has said he's sorry following backlash over a test question students deemed "offensive."
Cullen Roche@cullenroche (https://twitter.com/cullenroche) -- Popular macro investment manager, who has always got something to say. (https://twitter.com/cullenroche/status/1041932864470712320) Douglas Kass@DougKass (https://twitter.com/DougKass)-- Like him or hate him (and plenty do), the president of Seabreeze Partners Management is always ready with a markets-related quip. Ross Gerber@GerberKawasaki (https://twitter.com/GerberKawasaki) -- The Tesla bull also has lots to say on tech stocks and the FAANGs. Economists Frances Coppola@Frances_Coppola (https://twitter.com/Frances_Coppola) -- A former banker, she tweets about economics, finance, and a fair bit on Europe. Steve Hanke@steve_hanke
Critical praise and awards are great, but in the Year of Gaga, it’s memes that are often the ultimate indicator that a song, film, or TV show has truly entered the pantheon of pop culture. Whether it’s from “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” or “A Star Is Born,” these moments from 2018 captured […]
Viral blanket search has mobilized Twitter for boy with disabilities originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.comLots of kids have a lovey, toy or blanket that's really important to them.But for a child with a disability, these objects are quite literally irreplaceable.Such is the case for Tristan Lee, a 10-year-old boy from central Indiana. He has a blanket that he's bonded with, and it's the only one he will use."Summer or winter, and it's a cape too," his mom, Alicia Lee, told "Good Morning America." "He's comforted by it and it helps calm him. ...
Updated: “Fortnite” dataminer FNBRLeaks has closed its social media accounts after developer Epic Games reportedly threatened it with legal action, according to Eurogamer. “I am not going to go into specifics with this, but due to the request of an Epic Games attorney who I’m not going to disclose, my Twitter, Discord, YouTube, Instagram, and GitHub […]
In a world that constantly feels like it's imploding, it's refreshing to escape into the endless joy of trivia. Thankfully, for all you nerds out there, writer Nicole Cliffe took to Twitter to ask people people for their favourite weird facts. In typical fashion, Twitter came up with the goods. From the animal kingdom and the Nazis, to Native America and NASA, no subject was too weird to be included. According to a recent study, cats only started becoming close to humans 8,000 years ago when they started trying to steal food. Who knew?! After the animal kingdom, there were word facts. Then medical facts. And, of course, facts from pop culture. Keep scrolling for next article
A Texas mother who played matchmaker for her son at a grocery store has gone viral after one of the girl's she met in the store tweeted about the encounter and subsequently went on a date with him. San Antonio-based woman, Patricia Gonzalez, showed a group of girls she met in her local H-E-B supermarket a photo of her son in an attempt to get him a girlfriend, and one of the girls, Charisma Valdez, subsequently Tweeted about the incident. In her tweet, which has since gone viral, Charisma said: 'If your name is Cody, you're 6'4, you go to UTSA, live at the Outpost, a sophomore, AND majoring in Global Affairs. Your mom truly is your wingman.' Charisma, a student at The University of Texas at
Microsoft is giving away Windows 95 sweaters to "lucky fans" through the @Windows Twitter account. The company calls them "ugly," but the overall consensus on the internet is that people desperately want one. Unfortunately, the sweater isn't available to buy at the moment. Microsoft posted a tweet on Thursday evening announcing its Windows 95 "ugly" sweater giveaway to "fans." It's unclear how Microsoft determines whether someone is a fan. The company posted the tweet from its @Windows Twitter account saying that "fans" should check their direct message inbox to see if they've been selected to receive a Windows 95 sweater. With that in mind, it seems like anyone who follows @Windows on Twitter
Gary Lineker has come under fire from his BBC colleague, star cricket commentator Jonathan Agnew, for his frequent outbursts against Brexit.
“Myanmar is an absolutely beautiful country,” an enraptured Jack Dorsey wrote on Twitter last week, after completing 10 days of silent meditation in the impoverished Southeast Asian country. “The people are full of joy and the food is amazing.” The post, part of an 18-tweet thread chronicling Dorsey's recent retreat, was accompanied by various humble images: a temple; a religious statue; a photo of Dorsey, wearing a black tank-top and gym shorts, standing barefoot on a wooden porch. In other tweets, he explained that “Vipassana's singular objective is to hack the deepest layer of the mind and re-program it,” and elucidated the merits of meditation, especially when paired with the Apple Watch's biometric-tracking feature.