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Dec 8

Five events everyone will be talking about tonight.
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The Most Instagrammed Location In New York Is Just As Basic As You'd Think

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According to Instagram's data of most frequently geo-tagged locations by state, a majority of the duck-face selfies and #sunset photos being snapped in New York happen in Times Square - the most hellish/basic 'hood in NYC. For the most part, the hot spots in the 50 states surveyed by Insta are all pretty much tourist traps, parks, festival stomping grounds and celebrity-endorsed food spots, like Lousiana's Cafe Du Monde. The power of beignets is true and real. (Via: Time)

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Scott Weiland's Ex-Wife Urges Public Not Glorify The Rockstar's Death

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In a poignant op-ed published for Rolling Stone, Scott Weiland's ex-wife Mary Forsberg Weiland shed light on how she and the frontman's children struggled throughout his addiction. The powerful essay ends with Weiland urging fans not to "glorify this tragedy with talk of rock and roll and the demons that, by the way, don't have to come with it." (Via: Rolling Stone)

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The White House Disqualifying Donald Trump Doesn't Mean That He's Gone For Good

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While sane Americans have already disqualified Donald Trump from being president, today White House spokesman publicly urged the Republican party to reject Trump's candidacy over his statements that Muslims should be banned from entering the United States. Describing his campaign as a "dustbin of history", spokesman Josh Earnest said Trump's propsals are offensive, toxic and unconstitutional. "What he said is disqualifying and any Republican who's too fearful of the Republican base to admit it has no business serving as president either." Bloop. (Via: CNN)

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Art Conspiracy: There's A Hidden Portrait Behind The Mona Lisa

French scientist Pascal Cotte announced his hunch that there's a secret painting under the Mona Lisa. After ten years of employing a technique called the Layer Amplication Method, the co-founder of Paris' Lumiere Technology claims that the measurements of a "series of intense lights" revealed a hidden painting of another figure that looks "totally different" from the iconic portrait.

My guess is that behind the Mona Lisa is this portrait of Beyonce.

via BBC News

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Watch Tei Shi's Stunning Video For "Get It"

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