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When I’m at the dentist

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YouTube’s Redesign Makes It Easier to Watch All the Videos

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Once upon a time, YouTube was simply the place you went to watch a cat play the keyboard, or upload the video of your child, stoned out of his head after the dentist, having an existential crisis in your backseat. In the 12 years since YouTube was created, it's become a place for everything—a hub for gamers, livestreamers, music videos, vloggers, The Rock, breaking news, "Despacito," feature films, and whatever you call that thing Logan Paul made last year. While the service has grown up, the app and website have not. Both can feel cluttered and unhelpful, showing too much […]

It’s Not Just Elephants. Trump Rolled Back Regulations On Lion Trophies, Too.

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Wildlife officials began issuing permits for lion trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia sometime last month, ABC News reported on Thursday, pointing to a new page on the FWS website that details the regulations and calls hunting a “conservation tool.” Trophies from wild and wild-managed lions from South Africa are also acceptable under the import rules, and hunts from Mozambique, Namibia and Tanzania are under review. Allowing hunters to import elephant and lion trophies is a direct rollback of two Obama-era regulations meant to protect the species. In 2014, the White House banned elephant trophy imports from Zimbabwe, citing a lack […]

Sandy’s Story: 7 years after Alzheimer’s diagnosis, ‘there’s still a good life’

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(CNN)When he first sees me, Sandy Halperin always gives a surprised snort and then a cackle of delight. Before I know it, I’m enveloped in a bear hug, snuggled close and patted heartily on the back. If I’m lucky and Sandy remembers that he really likes me, I’ll get a back scratch too, a true Halperin hug. “A lot of individuals don’t go see a health care provider out of the stigma of the disease. They don’t go for years,” he told me in the past. “I see it. They’re in denial. Their spouse has covered for them. They whisper […]

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri review violent carnival of small-town America

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Frances McDormand is commanding as a woman avenging the murder of her daughter in Martin McDonaghs modern-day western Frances McDormand gives a powerhouse performance in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, an uproarious delight of a film that snaps the eyelids up like roller-blinds and had the Venice film festival audience breaking into rounds of spontaneous applause. She plays Mildred Hayes, an angel of vengeance at loggerheads with the world. Lock the door and bolt the windows. Mildred comes rampaging up Main Street like hard-boiled Spencer Tracy in Bad Day at Black Rock. Playwright In Bruges but Three Billboards is on […]

‘Difficult People’ repeatedly made jokes about Kevin Spacey and no one seemed to notice

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Watching Hulu’s Difficult People, you may notice that there are a load of jokes about Kevin Spacey.  Without context, these jokes may seem like a fun gag, but now with multiple sexual misconduct allegations coming to light, it’s hard to comprehend how all of this was hiding in plain sight. Spacey has denied the allegations. The show, which stars Julie Klausner as Julie Kessler and Billy Eichner as Billy Epstein, features a trove of jokes pertaining Spacey, from the actor liking younger men, to being closeted.  “What do kids hate?” Kessler asks Epstein in one scene. The two then list […]

How YouTube is being hacked to abuse children

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As someone who grew up on the internet, I credit it as one of the most important influences on who I am today. I had a computer with internet access in my bedroom from the age of 13. It gave me access to a lot of things which were totally inappropriate for a young teenager, but it was OK. The culture, politics, and interpersonal relationships which I consider to be central to my identity were shaped by the internet, in ways that I have always considered to be beneficial to me personally. I have always been a critical proponent of […]

When satire becomes its own kind of whisper network

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On a 2005 episode of "Family Guy," Seth Macfarlane made a joke that seemingly referenced Spacey's sexual misconduct.Image: al selb/los angeles times via getty images/pete pavorich pool/getty images The first person to technically break the Kevin Spacey sexual misconduct story was a 1-year-old animated boy named Stewie. In a 2005 episode of Family Guy, Stewie runs through a giant crowd crying, “Help! I’ve escaped from Kevin Spacey’s basement! Help me!” As a diaper-wearing fictional child, Stewie doesn’t have enough credibility to say, publish his story in Buzzfeed like Anthony Rapp did Sunday night, alleging that Spacey sexually assaulted him when […]

The National Park Service can’t handle this naked statue of a woman

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Image: vladimir herrera The National Park Service has apparently never seen a naked woman before.  On Wednesday, the National Park Service finally denied a permit to Catharsis on the Mall, the group organizing to temporarily bring a 45-foot statue of a naked woman, titled “R-Evolution,” to Washington. The NPS cited their concerns about how the statute would impact the “cultural identity” of the area — which, btw, mostly includes giant groups of tourists in cargo khaki pants.  Okay. SEE ALSO: This artist is broadening beauty standards with her custom painted dolls By placing the statue so close to the Washington […]
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