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  1. SeekingThrill

    Bizarre

    I have always thought it was, because it charted there. I didn't realize it wasn't a single, but charted because of radio. The song did so well WW. If it managed to reach top 30 in USA, it probably could have reached top 5 if it was an official single. Why was her team a mess for this? They also fucked up Into The Groove. American Pie is the most ignored and forgotten hit in her discography.
  2. Moira O'Hara

    Bizarre

    Twitter starts stanning Madonna, i luv to see it. Posting only the link cuz it has nude pics. https://twitter.com/HELLixboy/status/1280647492858777600
  3. More: https://edition.cnn.com/2020/07/02/us/alabama-coronavirus-parties/ Deceased home Alabama, lord i'm coming home to you The first one to d** wins a free trip to Honolulu.
  4. It's the most streamed album track on Lover (even higher than Cruel Summer, The Archer) so the gee pee is clearly here for it but I never see any praise from her fans.. why is that
  5. Chris Morlock

    Bizarre

  6. More: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/tanyachen/teen-actor-and-tiktoker-said-icing-pierced-her-mask-in-her?utm_source=dynamic&utm_campaign=bffbbuzzfeed&ref=bffbbuzzfeed&&fbclid=IwAR3vDqHxFw38g6myqgshIb5gWoDmGhdOZVvPgj1M33gboterTFApSB8DCf4
  7. Music execs thought "Aguilera" was too ethnic, long and complicated for the world, and wanted to rename her to "Christina Agee" as one of the fail options. I'm glad they didn't, and Xtina fought for the Aguilera last name, it has a nicer ring with Christina than "Agee" https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/music/a32987825/christina-aguilera-stage-name/ I see some people criticizing her because she made Spanish music but didn't speak Spanish, but the good sis has been fighting to keep her Latina identity for her whole life
  8. More: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/swan-dies-broken-heart-after-22225031 This is so sad
  9. This is so cringey but impact I guess
  10. He's been spending $500 a month for Funko Pops
  11. idk why it came to me rn but I think on B7 she could definitely explore alt rnb a bit more. I mean Love Drought is a slayage on its own rights but still - Recording a full experimental, spacey, vibey rnb record would be an experience what do you guys think?
  12. it's one of the best songs on Chromatica
  13. An upcoming CNN town hall on the coronavirus pandemic will feature 17-year-old Greta Thunberg alongside a panel of medical experts. The program, “Coronavirus Facts and Fears,” also includes CNN broadcaster Sanjay Gupta, 50, former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, 71, and former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Richard Besser, 60. CNN anchor Anderson Cooper, 52, will host alongside Gupta. However, social media watchdogs are foaming at the mouth over the choice to place a teen climate activist on a panel with public health experts. “What place does Greta Thunberg have in this town hall?” asks Twitter rabble-rouser Yashar Ali to his 618,000 followers. His rhetorical question was liked by more than 12,000 since this morning. Her name is a top trending term on Twitter, with some 30,000 mentions on the platform in just a few hours. In a follow-up tweet, Ali clarified his rhetorical tweet with an explanation: “I understand that but this is a panel of top health experts and administrators. A climate activist would be better suited on a different panel. She’s not a climate scientist. It’s a matter of placement.” CNN’s social media was soon served with an onslaught of virtual eye-rolls. “Greta Thunberg? Now, she’s a COVID expert? @CNN is a joke!” reads a top response to the network’s Wednesday announcement. “Not picking on the kid,” said another. “Picking on a ‘news’ network for featuring a child to inform the public.” “I remember when my thread about E. coli in Romaine lettuce went viral and trended on Twitter only to have CNN put Food Babe on the air to discuss the issue,” tweeted Dr. Eugene Gu, referring to another controversial health “expert” in the media. “Greta Thunberg on this panel is an improvement from that at least.” Some have come to Thunberg’s defense, including more than a few public figures, arguing that the voice of youth, who will come to inherit an Earth doomed by future pandemics and climate disaster, may actually have something to add to the conversation. “Unqualified men appear on cable all day every day, bloviating endlessly, but Greta Thunberg is a bridge too far? Ok,” tweeted writer Roxane Gay. “She’s has extraordinary knowledge and she is the next generation that is left to clean this mess we’ve made. They wouldn’t have her there if she wasn’t a powerful voice,” wrote Oscar-winning actor Patricia Arquette. “It’s a town hall, not a meeting of scientists,” another follower noted. “Some of their previous guests have been chef Jose Andres, director Spike Lee, author Laurie Garrett, etc etc.” Thunberg has, perhaps wisely, been mum throughout this erupting social-media showdown. But she hasn’t spent the past three months lounging in lockdown. On April 30, UNICEF said the young activist had launched a children-first campaign to help protect young lives against COVID-19, pledging a grant of €92,000 ($100,000), awarded to her by Danish NGO Human Act, toward the effort. “Like the climate crisis, the coronavirus pandemic is a child-rights crisis,” said Thunberg. “It will affect all children, now and in the long-term, but vulnerable groups will be impacted the most. I’m asking everyone to step up and join me in support of UNICEF’s vital work to save children’s lives, to protect health and continue education.” https://nypost.com/2020/05/13/greta-thunberg-added-to-cnn-expert-covid-19-panel-twitter-erupts
  14. EDMONTON — A University of Alberta professor has lost an administrative role in the anthropology department because of complaints that her views on gender were making people feel unsafe. Kathleen Lowrey, an associate professor of anthropology in the Faculty of Arts, was also serving as the undergraduate programs chair. But, at a series of meetings held during the spring, she says she was pressured to resign from that role for what she believes are her views on gender, and when she refused to do so, she was relieved of the position. She will vacate the chair role on July 1st. The role, an administrative one, includes duties such as chairing a committee about courses, approving transfer credits and running a special seminar for honours students in the department. Lowrey says she was told in meetings that complaints, made to the dean of students and the university’s Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights, were that her views on feminism were making students feel unsafe and there were concerns this was driving students away from choosing anthropology as a major. She doesn’t know exactly the nature of the complaints — or who made them — because they were made informally and anonymously, she said. “My chair was hoping that for the good of the department I would resign from my position.” She said she was also told she had been discouraging students from organizing Pride events, which she denies. It was this claim which led her to conclude the complaints centred around her views on gender. Following a subsequent meeting with the dean of the faculty, she received a letter saying she couldn’t effectively continue in the role and her leaving would be in the best interests of the department. Lowrey said the letter didn’t expound upon the reasons for her dismissal, and she maintains she has never been given proper reasons for her dismissal in writing. The office of the dean of arts or the head of the faculty at the university have not immediately responded to requests from National Post to comment on the situation. However, Hallie Brodie, a university spokesperson, said in an email that Lowrey’s “academic appointment … has not changed,” and cited privacy reasons for not commenting on the administrative role. “We have no further comment,” Brodie wrote. Lowrey boils her views on feminism down to a few key ideas: men cannot get pregnant, lesbians don’t have penises and that biological sex is real. She has in the past written for Feminist Current, a feminist blog headed by Meghan Murphy and had a sign on her office door explaining her views. She said her views rarely came up in class, but they did last January when she was teaching a course on the anthropology of women. On the first day, she said she explained her views — with the caveat nobody had to agree with her — and said there would be some readings of texts that aren’t in vogue in academia. “I don’t believe that any of the complaints came from students who actually took the class,” she said. “Everyone really enjoyed it.” Lowrey is a tenured professor, so has certain securities around her teaching and research. “The university has taken the position that if you’re not specifically covered by academic freedom, you can be fired,” she said. “I think that’s terrifying, I think that’s really horrible.” This is the latest in a series of campus freedom controversies in Canada and the United States, such as the March 2019 cancellation of a speech by lawyer Danielle Robitaille at Wilfrid Laurier University for the Criminology Students Association. Robitaille defended Jian Ghomeshi; the event was cancelled over concerns there would be a disruption of the talk. https://nationalpost.com/news/university-of-alberta-loses-admin-role-over-views-on-gender
  15. Nobody has done more to sink the claim that climate change is endangering polar bears than zoologist Susan Crockford — and she may have paid for it with her job. After 15 years as an adjunct assistant professor, Ms. Crockford said the University of Victoria rejected without explanation in May her renewal application, despite her high profile as a speaker and author stemming from her widely cited research on polar bears and dog domestication. Ms. Crockford accused officials at the Canadian university of bowing to “outside pressure,” the result of her research showing that polar bear populations are stable and even thriving, not plummeting as a result of shrinking Arctic sea ice, defying claims of the climate change movement. Her dismissal, which she announced Wednesday in a post on her Polar Bear Science blog, has spurred alarm over the implications for academic freedom and the rise of the “cancel culture” for professors and scientists who challenge climate catastrophe predictions. “When push came to shove, UVic threw me under the bus rather than stand up for my academic freedom,” said Ms. Crockford, who earned a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary studies, specifically biology and anthropology, in 2004. Ms. Crockford cited numerous instances of the university promoting her interviews and work, including her participation in a 2007 PBS “Nature” documentary about dog domestication and evolution, as well as her appearances at K-12 schools and adult groups for 10 years through the University of Victoria Speakers Bureau. That supportive climate changed two years ago. In May 2017, her lectures were shut down after the speakers bureau received a complaint about her “lack of balance,” which “I believe poisoned support I might have expected from colleagues in the department,” she said. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2019/oct/20/susan-crockford-fired-after-finding-polar-bears-th/
  16. LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A longtime UCLA professor has been placed on leave after facing backlash over his response to a student’s request to postpone the final exam for African American students, considering the impact of George Floyd’s death. Gordon Klein received the email on June 2, and rejected the request, stating the following, according to a change.org petition calling for his termination: Klein is on leave until June 24 as school officials decide how to move forward. An on-campus advocacy group and a counterpetition are calling for UCLA to reinstate Klein and for him to be issued an apology. “As a public institution, UCLA is bound by both the First Amendment and the laudable promises of academic freedom it makes to its faculty members,” Katlyn Patton of The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education wrote in a letter to UCLA officials Wednesday. “Those obligations and promises are of even more importance during a crisis. Given that Klein followed institutional policy when he refused to alter his final exam procedures, this investigation is almost certainly based on the tone or viewpoint of his email, which was — however brusque — protected expression on a matter of profound public interest. Klein must be immediately reinstated, and UCLA’s leaders must make clear that their commitment to academic freedom is stronger than an online mob.” UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, where Klein has taught since 1981, said Klein’s classes have been assigned to other faculty, saying the following in a statement on Wednesday: “The lecturer is on leave from campus and his classes have been reassigned to other faculty. Due to confidentiality and privacy laws and concerns, we are unable to comment further on this matter at this time.” “That said, UCLA and UCLA Anderson are committed to creating a learning, working and living environment that is free from discrimination, harassment or retaliation.” “To this end, all reports of such conduct are carefully and impartially reviewed. The Discrimination Prevention Office and Title IX Office process all such claims in accordance with published procedures that protect both the integrity of the investigation and the due process interests of all parties. These offices take every report seriously while ensuring that no case is prejudged. To promote transparency, the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion also publishes annual public reports with aggregated data on complaints, investigations and findings.” https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2020/06/10/ucla-professor-on-leave-gordon-klein/
  17. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-52920291
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