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  1. Omgggggggggggg is here finally @Ghostface
  2. Shawn Mendes has officially become the 3rd artist in history to close the Pop panel in week one of tracking meaning his song is in rotation on every major pop radio station in the country. He joins Justin Timberlake and Taylor Swift as the only 3 artists in history to ever manage this feat. 
  3. Jim Cummings, who has voiced both Winnie the Pooh and Tigger in Disney films, has been accused by his ex-wife of rape and physical violence. According to Page Six, Stephanie Cummings, ex-wife of Jim Cummings, alleges in court documents that Cummings has “has engaged in physical, sexual and emotional abuse including but not limited to death threats, rape, and various sexual deviant behavior forced upon me without my consent” since their divorce in 2011. She alleges that Cummings raped her in 2013 as well as demanded sex in exchange for paying child support for their daughters. On one occasion, she claims that Cummings groped her breasts in front of the children, saying he could “touch Mommy’s breasts since he had paid for them.” According to The Blast, Cummings reportedly seemed to think the incident was funny in an email response: “‘Forcing’? Please, everyone, Gracie myself and especially YOU were all giggling and laughing, it was pleasant to have one moment of light-heartedness. We both erupted into laughter.” Stephanie has taken out two restraining orders against her former husband. The first because she alleges he “forcefully put his hand on the back of my neck and kissed me while holding me in place against the wall” in front of their four-year-old. Stephanie says the abuse became so unbearable that she moved with their daughters to Utah in 2017 but allowed Cummings to visit. During that visit, she alleges she woke to find him “standing over me with his erect penis in my hand” while their daughter slept beside her, after which she obtained a second restraining order. The court documents also accuse Cummings of abusing their family dog: In response to that document, Cummings countered that he was disciplining the dog and forgot about him “for a while.” https://jezebel.com/jim-cummings-the-voice-of-winnie-the-pooh-has-been-ac-1834527104
  4. Not surprised to hear this, as I had heard about his recent stroke, but still unfortunate. Mainly known for directing Boyz N the Hood, he also directed Higher Learning, Shaft (2000) and 2 Fast 2 Furious. He was also the first black person to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director as well as the youngest person ever nominated at age 24. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/entertainment/live-news/john-singleton-dead/index.html
  5. So for those that don't know, some high schoolers put on a play adaptation of Alien that was very well done and got a lot of attention, enough so that Ridley Scott funded an encore performance which can be seen here. This sounds really cool and just a nice story all around.
  6. A 19-year-old man armed with a rifle opened fire inside a synagogue near San Diego as worshippers celebrated the last day of Passover, killing a woman and wounding three people Saturday, authorities said. The man, whose name was not released, fled in a car and called 911 shortly afterward to say he was involved in the shooting at Chabad of Poway, San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit told reporters. When an officer reached the man on a roadway, "the suspect pulled over, jumped out of his car with his hands up and was immediately taken into custody," Nisleit said. There's a lot more in the link, my phone just hates me. https://start.att.net/news/read/article/the_associated_press-sheriff_shooting_at_california_synagogue_leaves_in-ap/category/news
  7. We stan a lesbian legend, she better not fuck it up
  8. The Weeknd, SZA, and Travis Scott are joining forces on a forthcoming song... for “Game of Thrones.” A source close the project confirmed to Pitchfork that the new track—which will feature in the eighth and final season of “Game of Thrones”—is coming soon. According to the source, “Game of Thrones” asked the Weeknd to record the song for fans. The Weeknd then brought SZA and Travis Scott onto the project. Rumors of the song recently circulated on Reddit, as well as a Travis Scott fan page. source: https://pitchfork.com/news/the-weeknd-sza-and-travis-scott-to-release-new-song-for-game-of-thrones/ Perched for the new song but GOT? Ummm...
  9. https://start.att.net/news/read/article/the_associated_press-dalai_lama_says_he_feels_almost_normal_as_he_leave-ap/category/news+
  10. https://apple.news/AiF7JtxSTQz-Uu98FtanVNw Store withdraws chocolate ducklings over racism complaint By Jack Guy, CNN Updated 10:39 AM EDT, Tue April 09, 2019 (CNN)UK grocery chain Waitrose has apologized after being accused of racism over the names of three chocolate ducklings. The "Waitrose Trio of Chocolate Easter Ducklings" contains a white, milk and dark chocolate version, which were named "Fluffy," "Crispy" and "Ugly" respectively. A Twitter user questioned why Waitrose had chosen to call the darkest duckling "Ugly." "Overheard women saying 'this is not right,' I agree, doesn't look good at all," wrote Livia A. Aliberti on March 7. Waitrose has since apologized in a short statement seen by CNN. "We are very sorry for any upset caused by the name of this product, it was absolutely not our intention to cause any offence," reads the statement. "We removed the product from sale several weeks ago while we changed the labeling and our ducklings are now back on sale." One possible explanation for the naming is a reference to the Hans Christian Andersen fairytale "The Ugly Duckling." The story features an unfortunate young duckling who is bullied by all of those around him before turning into a swan. Aliberti thanked Waitrose for changing the packaging in another tweet Tuesday.
  11. Anthropologists have discovered the remains of a previously undiscovered, extinct species of human in the Philippines. Estimated to have lived on the islands 50,000 years ago, it deepens the mystery on an era where humanity, and its various sub-species were on the move all over the world. Small-jawed with dainty teeth, able to walk upright but with feet still shaped to climb, these island creatures were a mix-and-match patchwork of primitive and advanced features in a unique variation of the human form, the scientists reported Wednesday in the journal Nature. Named Homo Luzonensis, in honor the Island of Luzon where it was found, it brings the Philippines to the forefront of the ongoing study to complete the Chain of Evolution of Humanity, where it was once considered a backwater in the field. The scientists speculate that the creatures may have died elsewhere and then washed into a deep sinkhole that, over eons of erosion, developed into the modern cave system. Working with wooden probes, the researchers pried loose several foot and hand bones, a partial thigh bone and teeth from a matrix of cemented sediments. It took three years of field work. The specimens belonged to two adults and a juvenile of the species. “We recognized them almost immediately as hominin,” said paleoanthropologist Florent Detroit of the Museum of Man at France’s National Natural History Museum in Paris, who was the lead author of the research paper that formally proposed the new species. “The molars were so tiny, so small. The pre-molars had two or three roots. I thought, Uh-oh,” he said. “This was clearly a human-like something.” “We don’t know how they got to Luzon,” said Dr. Detroit in Paris. “They crossed the ocean but we don’t know when and we don’t know how, but they did it a long time ago.” Source
  12. When Albert Einstein first postulated the existence of Black Holes in his Theory of General Relativity, he was convinced that he'd made an error in his own calculations. He simply refused to believe that the phenomenon could exist in nature, despite the fact that his own calculations suggested that it not only existed in nature, but was a fundamental part of nature. Einstein was never able to explicitly disprove their existence, and in the decades since, most astronomers (save for a few on the fringe) all agree that they do exist, and that they are in abundance. The problem was that they were never able to tangibly prove their existence, with the nature of the Black Hole being that light and matter cannot escape the cosmic trap door. But the latest observations take astronomers right to its threshold for the first time, illuminating the event horizon beyond which all known physical laws collapse. The image was made from the combined efforts of the world's most powerful telescopes to peer into the heart of Messier Galaxy 87, 55 Million Light Years Away. The breakthrough image was captured by the Event Horizon telescope (EHT), a network of eight radio telescopes spanning locations from Antarctica to Spain and Chile, in an effort involving more than 200 scientists. Sheperd Doeleman, EHT director and Harvard University senior research fellow said: “Black holes are the most mysterious objects in the universe. We have seen what we thought was unseeable. We have taken a picture of a black hole.” “We have been studying black holes for so long that sometimes it’s easy to forget that none of us has seen one,” she said. “This will leave an imprint on people’s memories.” The image gives the first direct glimpse of a black hole’s accretion disc, a fuzzy doughnut-shaped ring of gas and dust that steadily “feeds” the monster within. The collaboration is still working on producing an image of the Milky Way’s black hole. “We hope to get that very soon,” said Doeleman. However, the observations do not yet reveal anything about the black hole’s inscrutable interior. “The black hole is not the event horizon, it’s something inside. It could be something just inside the event horizon, an exotic object hovering just beneath the surface, or it could be a singularity at the centre … or a ring,” said Younsi. “It doesn’t yet give us an explanation of what’s going on inside.” Source
  13. https://people.com/politics/pete-buttigieg-mike-pence-anti-gay-lgbtq-issues/
  14. Ten miles out in the Gulf of Mexico, off the tip of Louisiana, the fumes become overwhelming. "See how it's all rainbow sheen there? So that's oil," says Ian MacDonald, who's guiding us in a tiny fishing boat that's being tossed around by 6-foot waves. MacDonald is a scientist at Florida State University where he studies oil spills. This one is not a black, sticky slick, but it stretches on for miles. And here, where the murky Mississippi River dumps into the Gulf, it's been leaking for more than 14 years. The Coast Guard has just begun to intervene to try and clean up this spill. But it faces challenges. And MacDonald sees the spill as a warning for regulators, just as the Trump administration pushes to expand offshore oil drilling in the Atlantic. A hurricane, an oil rig, an underwater mudslide The spill began in 2004, when Hurricane Ivan toppled an oil rig into the Gulf. The rig was owned by Taylor Energy, a New Orleans-based company, which managed to plug some of the 25 broken pipes, but the leak continued. more https://www.npr.org/2019/04/10/711085901/this-oil-spill-has-been-leaking-into-the-gulf-for-14-years