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The New Season Of 'Serial' Is Here
Cancel your weekend plans: the second season of Sarah Koenig's crime podcast series, "Serial" is back. In the first episode, "DUSTWUN" Koenig begins the investigation surrounding the well-documented story behind U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who abandoned his post in Afghanistan in 2009 and was held captive by the Taliban for five years. The story resurfaced last summer, when the Obama Administration agreed to exchange five Taliban prisoners held in Guantanamo Bay in order to secure Bergdahl. In March, Bergdahl was charged by the U.S. military with desertion and misbehavior, he now faces life in prison.
Along with conversations between Bergdahl and screenwriter, Mark Boal, Koenig will "reach into swaths of military, the peace talks to end the war, attempts to rescue other hostages and our Guantanamo policy."
Can we make a pact to chill out on the spoilers until 2016? (via: Serial)
Today In #ART, Shia LaBeouf Wants You To Make His 1-800 Hotline Bling
To further explore the relationship between "celebrity and public interaction", Shia LaBeouf is inviting fans to give him a bling at +44/0-151-808-0771 in between 11am - 6pm GMT. Your conversations, or soul sessions, will be livestreamed (duh) for the digital #TOUCHMYSOUL exhibit. (via: TouchMySoul)
This Instagram Husband Video Is True And Real (Also, Not Exclusive To Just Husbands)
Instagram friends, wives, non-gender specific partners and fitness instructors are currently going through this same exact struggle. Like, this very moment. Watch the clip #InSolidarity. (Via: The Mystery Hour)
Goodwill Apologizes For Shaming Kanye's Bitchy Resting Face
Unbeknownst to Kanye West, he was the spokesmodel for Goodwill's employee-only campaign against bitchy resting face. To ensure that employees appear more "relatable" to customers while on the sales floor, the company updated its newsletter to include the above infamous image of West's glorious "fuck you" face, encouraging employees to be more "approachable" in the work place. Goodwill has since issued an apology. (via: TMZ)
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