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Daddy’s Girl! Stormi Webster Giggles Watching Travis Scott Perform At Madison Square Garden – Perez Hilton

Daddy’s #1 fan!! Stormi Webster bounced and giggled along backstage while her daddy Travis Scott performed his Astroworld tour Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. In a white long sleeve turtleneck and green overalls, she happily babbles and laughs watching the rapper backstage as Scott later shared on his Instagram: View this post on Instagram

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Three Girls Notice This Mans Suspicious Behavior In A Restaurant And Save This Woman From Rape Attempt

While attempted rape by a friend sounds like the most shocking part of the story, according to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) the nation’s largest anti-sexual violence organization, 7 out of 10 rapes are committed by someone the victim knows.

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4 Things My Family Discussed After Passing Victorias Secret

ShareTweet Recently, my family walked past a Victoria’s Secret store (which was across from the kids’ playground). I was behind everyone, helping our youngest child keep up, and couldn’t help but notice how the older kids’ eyes were instinctively drawn to look at the pictures of nearly nude women hanging in the window. My wife and I called their attention away from the display, and after we passed by, we stepped aside to talk about why it was so instinctive to look at those pictures and what we could learn…

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Bryan Cranston Reveals The 3 Things Making Him ‘Mad As Hell’ In The Trump Era

His character’s most iconic line is: “I’m mad as hell and I’m not gonna take this anymore!” And, on Monday’s broadcast of “The Late Show,” Cranston revealed the three things that are making him “mad as hell” in the era of President Donald Trump. He did not mention Trump or his administration by name. Check out the clip here: RELATED COVERAGE Trevor Noah's 'Daily Show' Pulls Elaborate Twitter Prank On Trump And Fox News Obama Photographer Taunts Trump With Doggone Funny Suggestion For Chief Of Staff Trump Reportedly Shrugged Off…

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Waka Flocka Flame Has Gone 17 DAYS Without Eating As Part Of His Wild Diet! – Perez Hilton

We’ve heard about some wild diets before, but this one takes the cake. Or rather it leaves the cake alone. And the chicken. And the fruits and vegetables. That’s right. Waka Flocka Flame has basically decided to stop eating food. Photos: Jenna Jameson Has Lost Over 80 LBS Not entirely, as he’ll still enjoy some delicious fried shrimp on occasion — but in a new GQ profile the rapper explains he’s largely removed food from his average day! Not only does Wocka say he feels “amazing” on his long fasts, he proves…

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The Mooch Is Still Bitter About Being Fired By John Kelly

Scaramucci, who served just 10 days as White House communications director, told CNN’s Chris Cuomo that he was humiliated by the abrupt termination.  Earlier this week, Trump announced that Kelly would leave his post by the end of the year. Kelly has been the president’s chief of staff since July 2017.  “I honor his service. I honor his service as a Marine and I honor his service to the military, but yes, I do think it was a mistake because he didn’t have the right personality to deal with President Trump,” Scaramucci…

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Contentful raises $33.5M for its headless CMS platform

Contentful, a Berlin- and San Francisco-based startup that provides content management infrastructure for companies like Spotify, Nike, Lyft and others, today announced that it has raised a $33.5 million Series D funding round led by Sapphire Ventures, with participation from OMERS Ventures and Salesforce Ventures, as well as existing investors General Catalyst, Benchmark, Balderton Capital and Hercules. In total, the company has now raised $78.3 million. Contentful, a Stripe for content management, raises $28M led by General Catalyst Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2018/12/06/contentful-raises-33-5m-for-its-headless-cms-platform/

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13 Badass Astronaut & Cosmonaut Stories Everyone Should Hear

Space: it’s the final frontier AND somehow the least popular frontier. A couple decades of successful shuttle launches passed unnoticed. A slew of orbital science experiments didn’t excite anybody. Even the Space Race wasn’t the nation-gripping drama we decided it was retroactively. Why isn’t space travel capturing more imaginations? Why aren’t people more stoked about it? And would it help if we did a rad podcast episode about the most kickass exploits in all of space history? On this week’s episode of The Cracked Podcast, Alex Schmidt is joined by…

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SantaCon revelers trash San Francisco restaurant

WOMAN THREATENED WITH FINE AFTER INVITING LONELY NEIGHBORS TO CHRISTMAS DINNER This year’s event, which took place Dec. 8, brought more than Christmas spirit when one group of Grinches in San Francisco trashed a restaurant when things weren’t going their way. In several videos posted on Twitter, the vandals are seen destroying Shalimar, a business that’s been in the area for about 16 years, KPIX reports. “She asked me, ‘Give me my food! I paid the food already!’ I told her, ‘You did not pay for the food.’ I said,…

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If You Havent Smiled Today, Read This Twitter Thread Of People Sharing What They Love In Others

Recently, novelist Rachel Griffin found proof that when people genuinely love someone, even the tiniest things they do can make them feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Over 1,900 proofs, to be exact. That’s how many Twitter users responded to her tweet, asking “Tell me something random about a person you love that makes you smile every time you think of it.” #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8 Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/heartwarming-wholesome-tweets-rachel-griffin/

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AI desperately needs regulation and public accountability, experts say

Artificial intelligence systems and creators are in dire need of direct intervention by governments and human rights watchdogs, according to a new report from researchers at Google, Microsoft and others at AI Now. Surprisingly, it looks like the tech industry just isn’t that good at regulating itself. In the 40-page report (PDF) published this week, the New York University-based organization (with Microsoft Research and Google-associated members) shows that AI-based tools have been deployed with little regard for potential ill effects or even documentation of good ones. While this would be…

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