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Is Disney’s “Frozen” More Violent Than “Pulp Fiction?”

December 21, 2014

If you’re looking for an easy, non-violent film to watch with the entire family this Christmas, you may be better choosing “Pulp Fiction” over “Frozen.” That’s the take away from a new study recently published in the British Medical Journal’s…

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Church Loses Congregation, Forced to Close After Refusing to Rehire Gay Choir Director

December 19, 2014

In what can only be seen as a shift in popular opinion, an Indiana church is shutting its doors after refusing to rehire a gay choir director. The new pastor at First United Methodist Church in Alexandria, Indiana, is blaming…

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NFL’S Andrew Hawkins’ Non-Apology For ‘Justice’ Shirt Is EPIC (VIDEO)

December 17, 2014

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins received some heat from critics over the shirt he wore before his matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals on December 14th. Hawkins shirt read, “Justice for Tamir Rice and John Crawford,” both of which died…

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How High Tech Celebrates Christmas

December 16, 2014

Despite criticism, big tech continues to spend lavishly on itself.

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Washington Cops Busted Doing Naughty Things With A Webcam

December 16, 2014

Police in Franklin County, Washington suspected Leonel Vargas as a drug dealer living in the country illegally. So, rather than chase down leads or follow traditional investigative work, detectives chose instead to nail a webcam outside Vargas’ house and watch…

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And Then There Were Five

December 15, 2014

A startling ecological alarm was sounded when the world learned Angalifu, a northern white rhino at the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park passed away at the age of 44. With his passing, following a short illness and a refusal to eat,…

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Samuel L. Jackson Is Asking Celebrities To Take #ICantBreathe Challenge (VIDEO)

December 14, 2014

Fed up with police brutality and inspired by the ALS “Ice Bucket Challenge” Samuel L. Jackson has called upon celebrities to take his challenge. His message is simple — to end police violence. On his Facebook page he posted his call to…

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Assassin’s Creed? Is Huge Rock Star Planning To Assassinate President Obama?

December 12, 2014

The strange news you may have seen regarding Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, some weeks ago is just getting weirder. Stapp originally took to Facebook to upload videos where he lamented the loss of his wealth and advised those responsible would…

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Disney Princess Teaches Obama About Code

December 10, 2014

Technology moves quickly, but it’s not always immediately adopted by the White House and its primary resident. Bill Clinton, for instance, is regarded as the first president to ever send an email from the oval office in 1998, years after…

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Apple Nearly Rid of Google Maps

December 9, 2014

  It took them over two years, but Apple has nearly rid themselves completely of Google Maps. iCloud users today have noticed that Apple has finally switched over to their own brand of maps in the web-based version of Find…

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