- Media responsible for comments on their articles, judge rules
- Local ‘I can’t breathe’ rally to acknowledge indigenous deaths in custody
- Science sez listening to hip-hop enables greater creative flow, yo
- Facebook Shops initiative gets ‘liked’
- Don’t blame ‘bunker boy’, this has been America for the last 400 years
Wow. What a morning. One model is suing over the coverage of her Trump affair, Cambridge Analytica lost their CEO and Roger Federer aced them all by answering an important question.
Playboy model sues after having her affair with Donald kept quiet.
Is there anything more American than a sitting President kneeling in front of a woman when the wife sleeps at home? Sadly/gladly in 2018, the answer is no. It seems yet another of Donald’s golf tournaments ended in a hole in one (or two), with the second party in question now suing a publication for keeping the details of the affair quiet. Which, and many golf puns here, but it puts Donald in a rather rough spot, one where he’d have to wedge himself out of yet more (completely legitimate backlash), one where he’d probably take a mulligan if he could.
EXCLUSIVE/BREAKING: Former Playboy model Karen McDougal sues to get out of “catch and kill” deal with National Enquirer parent Co. silencing her story of affair with Trump https://t.co/NIwJA1bneI
— jimrutenberg (@jimrutenberg) 20 March 2018
Or, maybe not. Maybe he doesn’t actually like golf, and the entirety of the time he takes off from the job to play golf is really spent on the job. What a flocking albatross.
Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO after reports of, well pretty much everything.
And it all came tumbling down. Cambridge Analytica, otherwise known as the company who sold your Facebook soul to the devil is now stalking the halls of its office, swinging the rusty cleaver of independent investigation, sending CEO Alexander Nix home to think about what he’s done.
Breaking: The board of Cambridge Analytica announced that CEO Alexander Nix has been suspended following reports that he offered to use bribes and prostitutes to help clients win elections
— NPR (@NPR) 20 March 2018
I mean, what a clusterfudge.
What we learned just now:
1) Nix implied that Cambridge Analytica helped coordinate ads between Trump campaign and Super PACs– ILLEGAL!!
2) Many Cambridge employees were non Americans, who helped with ad targeting. — ILLEGAL!!
— Brian Krassenstein🐬 (@krassenstein) 20 March 2018
Wait. Does this mean the entirety of the Russkies rigging the election might have some truth to it? Hooley/Dooley.
Dad asks tennis jesus extremely important question. Breaks internet. Sure why not.
Sometimes, and I mean all the time, I often think that we’re not using the Internet correctly. The gift of infinite information and the ease of connection with the people we admire is wasted on us.
Overnight, a rather important discussion unearthed itself online, as someone’s dad pressed tennis demigod Roger Federer for answers…primarily if he believes that tennis balls are actually green or really yellow. Move over, Cicero.
— Delaney Dold (@delaneyanndold) 19 March 2018
To be honest, I didn’t make it to the end of the video, as the highed-twanged Americanan timbre that yelled “Hey, Rogeerrr” added a substantial amount of cold water to my life-boner. So are they green or yellow or what?
Tennis Balls are…
— SB Nation (@SBNation) 20 March 2018