Five events everyone will be talking about tonight.
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Adele's Open Letter Means New Music Is Coming This Friday
It's official: You can expect new music from Adele this Friday when BBC Radio 1 premieres her first single. #DYINGDEAD. In an open letter the crooner released on Twitter, she calls this album a "make-up" record and goes on (and on, and on) about "getting to know who I've become without realizing." ... MmmOkay, Queen just make sure that album is fire. Thanks. (Via: Twitter)
Insert Sadface Emoji: Joe Biden Is Officially Out Of The Presidential Race
After months of speculation, your fun uncle/Vice President Joe Biden announced that he will not seek the presidency during a press conference attended by President Obama on Wednesday in the White House Rose Garden. Biden noted that he spent time considering another run, but the recent death of his son Beau complicated personal matters, "I’ve said all along that it may very well be that that process, by the time we get through it, closes the window on mounting a realistic campaign for president." (Via: AP)
These Period Panty Ad Models "Seem To Have A Bit Too Much Skin" According To The MTA
via: Thinx/Miki Agrawal
In the past, the MTA has supported ads flaunting breast implants and bikini-clad women who are #BeachReady, but according to Mic, a new ad for Thinx underwear violates the MTA's guidelines. Thinx co-founder and CEO Miki Agrawal was told by a rep that because of copyright issues and several of the ads flaunting "too much skin", they could not allow them to advertise across the city's subways. The internet is calling bullshit and suggesting a classic case of period-shaming. (via: Mic)
Facebook Will Tell You When You're Being Spied On
Facebook is your new look out. In a blog post, chief security officer Alex Stamos outlines a new feature that will alert users when the social network suspects a hacker is lurking. If Facebook believes that your account has been compromised by an "attacker suspected of working on behalf of a nation-state" the above message will pop up on your screen.
How nice of you, Facebook!
Gallant Drops The Video To "Weight In Gold"
PostedOct 21, 2015