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Comedian Destroys White Woman Who Called Cops On Black Folks Having A BBQ With 25 Hilarious Memes

When Northern first saw the video, his initial reaction was a tinge of anger. “But this goes on all time,” he told Bored Panda. “So I’m almost inured to it.” The man claimed he had similar experiences many times, too. He was casually sitting in Starbucks when he decided to bring the most popular “BBQ Becky” memes to life. “I just decided to do mundane things to parody the memes that were already out there.” Spending a couple of hours going around Louisville, Tim got pictures taken of him calling…

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Hipster-bashing in California: angry residents fight back against gentrification

In a state where house prices are twice the US average, artists and developers are feeling the ire of a growing movement to defend our homes and our culture Half a century after the summer of love and hippie harmony, California is experiencing a summer of loathing and hipster-bashing. Not just hipsters. Artists, techies, realtors, business owners, developers, all are feeling the wrath of a burgeoning and in some cases radicalising anti-gentrification movement. In the Los Angeles neighbourhood of Boyle Heights, protesters are targeting a new cafe with placards, chants…

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These cities in Californias East Bay are raking in venture capital

Joanna Glasner is a reporter for Crunchbase. More posts by this contributor: Not a minimalist? Startups will gladly store, manage and deliver your items The state of the unicorn Most Americans have never heard of Emeryville, California. Those who have probably know it as a place where they got stuck on a traffic-clogged stretch of highway overlooking a giant IKEA. Yet Emeryville, a largely concrete-surfaced city covering all of two square miles, has a lot more entrepreneurial clout than meets the eye. Companies in this San Francisco Bay Area city of around…

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AAA officially launches its car sharing startup Gig with a giant, sober dance party in Oakland

Daybreakerevent ever held this morning at Oaklands Lake Merrit amphitheater. For those unfamiliar, Daybreaker is a drug and alcohol-free morning dance movement that started in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn,New York, was swiftly adopted as somewhat of a lifestyle for many in the Bay Area and has quickly spread to various other cities throughout theworld. More than 8,000 people RSVPd on downloading the app on either Android or iOS and using the promo code HEYGIG for an $85 credit. Read more: https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/30/aaa-officially-launches-its-car-sharing-startup-gig-with-a-giant-sober-dance-party-in-oakland/

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