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James Corden went full Michael Myers for this ‘Halloween’ true crime spoof

You’ve gotta love a good true crime documentary, with all its real-life drama and grainy courtroom footage. James Corden took it upon himself to give Michael Myers, the famously silent killer of the Halloween movie franchise, the true crime treatment. In a sketch on The Late Late Show, Corden donned the signature Halloween mask and sat down for interrogation with a pretty thin claim to innocence.  “I don’t know where this ‘he doesn’t talk’ thing comes from, I thought I had the right to remain silent, but whatever,” Corden says.…

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This Thanos pumpkin inspires glorious Photoshop battle

Halloween will soon be upon us, which means that it’s almost the time of year where we collectively turn the humble pumpkin into an elaborately carved and decorated work of art. SEE ALSO: This artist’s incredible, hyperreal pencil drawings look like photographs One such embellished pumpkin in particular is getting a lot of attention on Reddit.  A photo of a big pumpkin with the face of Marvel villain Thanos painted on it was posted to the subreddit r/photoshopbattles.  PsBattle: Thanos the Mad Pumpkin from photoshopbattles The photo, which also features…

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Ellen tweets topless photo of Michael B. Jordan to Naomi Osaka for her 21st birthday

If you give Ellen a piece of information, you’d better believe she will remember it. The perfect example of this occurred recently on U.S. Open champion Naomi Osaka’s 21st birthday. SEE ALSO: Michael B. Jordan had the perfect response to this tweet about him still living with his parents To mark the occasion, Ellen took to Twitter to give the following “present” to Osaka. pls block me 😩 — NaomiOsaka大坂なおみ (@Naomi_Osaka_) October 16, 2018 Then the man himself responded. You’re welcome, Naomi. — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) October 17, 2018 The…

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Churchill by Andrew Roberts review is it possible to break through the myth?

The great statesmans standing in the Britain of 2018 is arguably higher than it was in 1945. This biography too easily dismisses his less heroic side How to assess the career of a world-changing politician who was also a prolific journalist, writer and incessant self-publicist? Aside from his other achievements, Winston Churchill wrote a six-volume, 1.9m-word account of the second world war and his role in winning it. Are we able, more than five decades after his death, to peer over the mountain of his reputation and his writings more…

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What is an ‘anti-bad vibes circle’? Prince Harry and Meghan Markle found out.

No bad vibes here: Harry and Meghan donned colourful leis for a discussion around mental health on Bondi Beach.Image: Chris Jackson – Pool/Getty Images It’s been an understandably busy few days for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who are in the midst of their first overseas visit. On Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped by Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, the chia seed-laden suburb that’s known for its bohemia and totally chill vibes, man. SEE ALSO: Why the next royal baby might not be a Prince or Princess…

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Weed is legal in Canada, and police don’t want to hear complaints about adults smoking weed

Do not call police for this.Image: Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images Marijuana became legal in Canada on Wednesday, and authorities are still trying to get used to it. Toronto’s police have been pretty blunt about the matter, telling people to stop tattling on their neighbours for smoking weed or possessing pot plants. SEE ALSO: Pass the poutine: Weed is now legal in Canada and everyone’s celebrating The directive came in a series of funny tweets, comparing the reporting of smoking or possession to trivial matters, like calling 911 to…

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An accidental cat picture got the U.S. Embassy in Australia to apologise

We’d never get you to say sorry for sending an adorable cat picture. But the U.S. Embassy in Canberra, Australia has apologised on behalf of the Department of State who did just that, accidentally sending a test email featuring a photo of a cat dressed in a Cookie Monster costume. SEE ALSO: Snake crawls up on man’s windshield mid-drive because nightmares are real According to the Australian Associated Press, the photo was was titled “cat pajama-jam” and was sent within an email titled “meeting,” as part of a fake meeting…

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Riley Curry throws down some mean dance moves during Golden State Warriors preseason finale

Riley Curry, daughter of NBA star Steph Curry and celebrity cook Ayesha Curry, may no longer be the delightful toddler interrupting her dad’s press conferences, but she’s still pretty darn adorable and capable of capturing our hearts. SEE ALSO: BTS challenges Jimmy Fallon to the ultimate ‘Fortnite’ dance-off Cameras caught Riley, now six years old, throwing down some mean dance moves during the final preseason game for her dad’s Golden State Warriors (a loss to the Lakers), proving that she’s still got what it takes to be captivating.  Riley Curry…

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The Empire State Building put on a wild light show on Saturday night

Image: Mike Murphy (@MCWM)/Twitter The people of New York City got quite the surprise on Saturday night as the Empire State Building put on a wild light show. The top of the building began lighting up in various colors at around 11:00 p.m. ET, and it continued for about two hours. In addition to the effect, two helicopters were seen the circling the top.  SEE ALSO: Philips Hue takes the plunge into the bathroom with the Adore line Perplexed citizens took to Twitter. Theories ranged from aliens coming in for…

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Twitter user named Brett Kavanagh kicks off an impromptu support group

It's not easy being Brett Kavanagh…Image: Andrew Harnik – Pool/Getty images Existing on Twitter when you’re not named after a controversial political figure is hard enough, but users named Brett Kavanagh, Susan Collins, and more have learned it’s a whole other level of hellscape when your name’s in the news. As the world awaits the possible confirmation of Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, a Kentucky man named Brett Kavanagh tweeted that it has not been easy to have his name throughout this whole process. Believe me –…

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Players on this football team often face hard times. Here’s how their coaches are helping.

Neil Prescot didn’t have the easiest time growing up. His mom, Tia, raised him as a single parent, and they often struggled to make ends meet. They had to pack up and move pretty regularly, which left Neil without a stable sense of home. Thankfully, when his home life situation became difficult, he had friends from the football team step up and offer him what they could. “I didn’t really know much about Neil’s situation, but I just knew he needed a place to stay,” says Edgar Geurrero, one of…

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Brett Kavanaugh pal Mark Judge’s memoir ‘Wasted’ is now available to read online

Read Judge's memoir all about booze and drugs at a young age for free.Image: Getty Images Brett Kavanaugh’s pal Mark Judge has been at the center of the debate over Kavanaugh’s fitness for service as a Supreme Court justice. Now you can read Judge’s memoir Wasted, which briefly features a character named “Bart O’Kavanaugh” who many believe is a possible stand-in for the real Kavanaugh. The 1997 book, which has been out of print for some time and is going for very high prices on secondary sales sites, was scanned…

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Protest and parade on the streets of San Francisco

The 80s were a decade of demonstration for California photographer Janet Delaney. As her photos are collected in a book and the city stirs again she talks about her work In 1981, at the start of the Reagan years, photographer Janet Delaney decamped from the South of Market or SoMa neighbourhood in her beloved San Francisco, where she had lived since her teens, to a new home in the Mission district. Aged just 29, she had spent the previous few years documenting social change and gentrification in SoMa. I was…

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Sonita Alizadeh performs a powerful rap at Social Good Summit

Image: ERIN SCHAFF/POOL/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Brett Kavanaugh’s seemingly tenuous relationship with the truth is still haunting those who watched him testify on Thursday. At times, the prospective Supreme Court justice abandoned composure to shed tears and scream, but at his most jarring he straight-up refused to answer questions directly, was unwilling to request an FBI investigation, and, as further research revealed, apparently lied under oath. In the days since the hearing, people have replayed his testimony in their minds and on their screens. They’ve turned Kavanaugh’s words around over and over again…

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Gorgeous 30-day timelapse captures what it’s like to be out at sea

The ocean is equally as beautiful as it is terrifying. This couldn’t have been captured anymore perfectly than in this timelapse video by YouTuber JeffHK.  In the video, JeffHK documents his 30 day journey from the Red Sea to Hong Kong on a shipping barge. During his adventure, he travels through eight different bodies of water, and stops at ports in Sri Lanka and Singapore. The traveling sessions in between stops are the best parts of the video. It’s in these sections where you get to see how gorgeous the…

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