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  1. I find this kinda crazy - as the article mentions, countless brands use their ready to wear as clout for the things that actually make money (bags, perfumes, underwear), so why completely kill it off rather than just scale it back? Raf really did a number on their aesthetic and their brand
  2. I'm very happy my country has granted her asylum but unfortunately this will only add to the growing anger our country's conservatives have over Justin Trudeau...there's been backlash after backlash over his handling of Muslims
  3. The rebranding of George W Bush into some lovable grandpa who paints and gives candy to Michelle Obama has been so weird
  4. This is so scary and awful...her fanbase is so young and it was probably the first big outing without their parents for a lot of them. I saw her live 2 months ago so it especially hits home for me, this could've been me or any other concert goer
  5. I can't believe the McDs employees had the guts to take his order let alone ask him to wait for the fries....like how do you even do that knowing you're talking to a wanted serial killer who could strike again at any moment lol
  6. Flushed with happiness! Girl, three, gets the poop-themed birthday she's always dreamed of, complete with 'pin the poo on the toilet' and a 'pooñata' full of chocolate Three-year-old Audrey told her mom for months that she wanted a 'poo party' Her mother, Rebecca, eventually relented and made it happen - in style The kids played toilet-themed games, including a poop-emoji pinata They were also given whoopee cushions as party favors and slices of poop-cake Rebecca hopes more parents will hold parties to entertain kids, not other adults A little girl was left down in the dumps in the best possible way when her mom gave her the poo-themed party she had been asking for. 'For months, every time we mentioned her party, Audrey requested "poop balloons and a poop cake,"' her mother, Rebecca, told The Huffington Post on Monday. 'I tried suggesting other themes, but she always insisted on poop.' [ Party poopers: Audrey (right) right wanted a poo-themed party for her third birthday and mom Rebecca (left) was happy to provide - including a poop-emoji piñata (rear) All cisterns go! Visitors to the party got whoopee cushion favors (left) and played 'pin the poop on the toilet' (right) Eventually Rebecca decided not to be a party pooper and put together toilet-themed games and snacks for the big day. There was a poop-emoji-shaped piñata - or 'pooñata' - full of Hershey's Kisses and Tootsie Rolls. And for less active children there was a relaxing round of 'pin the poo on the toilet' - a scatological take on 'pin the tail on the donkey.' For favors kids were given whoopee cushions, and had a poo-poo platter of themed cookies and cake to chow down on. Rebecca even wore a giant poop costume for the event. Everyone in attendance loved the party, Rebecca said - even Audrey's grandparents, who 'just laughed' when she told them of her daughter's demands. 'Audrey is definitely her own person,' Rebecca said. 'I hope she always has the confidence she has now. She is so funny and the best big sister.' Rebecca hopes that the pictures from the party - which was held in October - will start something of a movement. 'I feel like in this time of Facebook and Pinterest, we sometimes get caught up in trying to impress other adults,' she said. 'This party wasn’t for me, it was for Audrey. I love that we will look back at pictures, and it will represent her at three - my funny and quirky little girl.' Bad taste? Visitors also enjoyed poop-shaped cookies and a multi-hued poop cake. Rebecca said the party was a huge hit and hoped it inspired parents to fulfill their kids' wishes http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4399302/Girl-3-gets-poop-themed-birthday-party-demanded.html
  7. lol he'll make a statement then not do anything I'm disgusted and horrified by this but I'm also disgusted and horrified at how little attention this seems to be getting. A lot of the media haven't reported on this and a lot of people on social media seem to be questioning its validity as most of the info is coming from secondary sources
  8. I just spent $600 on sunglasses at Nordstrom lol and I think Ivanka should capitalize on this new strengthened demographic and do a collection for Wal Mart or something
  9. http://www.zmescience.com/other/economics/china-factory-robots-03022017/ Chinese factory replaces 90% of human workers with robots. Production rises by 250%, defects drop by 80% After a factory in Dongguan, China, replaced most of its workers with robots, it witnessed a spectacular rise in productivity.Image not from said factory. Image credits: Industriemuseum Chemnitz. While some of the world’s leaders are obsessed with keeping people out of their country, an unspoken entity is slowly but certainly taking our jobs: robots. It’s been long discussed that robots and computers will start taking our jobs “in the near future” — well that near future is upon us and we’re not really prepared to deal with it. Of course, some jobs are more at risk than others, are few are as threatened as factory jobs. According to Monetary Watch, the Changying Precision Technology Company focuses on the production of mobile phones and uses automated production lines. The factory used to be run by 650 employees, but now just 60 people get the entire job done, while robots take care of the rest. Luo Weiqiang, the general manager, says the number of required employees will drop to 20 at one point. Despite this reduction in staff, not only is the factory producing more equipment (a 250% increase), but it’s also ensuring better quality. Without a doubt, this is something we’ll be hearing more and more of in the future. Adidas is one of the companies which has already announced a shift towards robot-only factories, and it’s not just factories that will eliminate workers for robots. According to a report created by Dr Carl Benedikt Frey and Associate Professor Michael Osborne from the University of Oxford, there’s an over 90% chance that robots will take over the jobs of (long list ahead): masons, budget analysts, tax examiners and collectors, butchers and meat cutters, retail salespersons, geological and petroleum technicians, hand sewers, abstract searchers, watch repairers, new account clerks, tax preparers, order clerks, loan officers, legal secretaries, radio operators, tellers, hotel and restaurant hostesses, cashiers, real estate brokers, polishing workers, dental technicians, pesticide sprayers, telephone operators, cooks (not chefs), rock splitters, gaming dealers, and many, many more. Yeah, that’s a long list, and it goes on for much longer. Whether we admit it or not, we’re stepping well into the bounds of “robots taking over our jobs” and I’m not sure any economy is able to handle this at the moment.
  10. The White House is now telling State Department officials that they should quit if they disagree with Trump How are there people still supporting him?
  11. Fox News is still reporting that the shooter is Moroccan even though it's been confirmed that he's white
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