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    Taylor Swift to Join 'The Voice'

    31st August 2014 05:57

    After debuting her new single "Shake it Off" at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, Taylor Swift is now reportedly set to join "The Voice," a singing competition show on NBC. According to US Weekly, the 24-year-old singer plans to appear on the show's seventh season as an adviser that may encourage contestants across several teams See also: Taylor Swift is Not Going to Age Well Swift is no stranger to the TV show. She performed on "The Voice"…

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    Ferrari Hates Deadmau5's Nyan Cat Car, Sends Cease And Desist

    31st August 2014 04:35

    While Deadmau5's fans loved his "Purrari," the Ferrari he tricked out with a Nyan cat theme, the Italian car maker was not a fan Ferrari sent the electronic music producer, famous for wearing a mouse-head helmet during shows, a cease and desist letter regarding his decorated Ferrari 458 Spider, which he put up for sale for $380,000 earlier this summer. See also: Ferrari GTO Could Become World's Most Expensive Car Deadmau5, also known as Joel Zimmerman, removed the sky blue…

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    4 Underdog Candidates Who Scored Their Dream Job

    31st August 2014 03:22

    Whether you’re already employed and looking for new opportunities or are looking for work for the first time, the job search can unearth some brutal realities. Even if you’re an experienced professional with tons of accomplishments under your belt, you may not get the job — and that can be a bitter pill to swallow. So what happens when you don’t have a strong resume to begin with? With more than 250 resumes received per job opening, employers are expecting…

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    Protesters Shut Down D.C. Streets for Mike Brown

    31st August 2014 01:59

    A large crowd of protesters descended upon a northeast neighborhood in Washington, D.C., taking over the streets for nearly three hours on Saturday night in a symbol of solidarity with their counterparts in Ferguson, Missouri, who called for justice for Mike Brown earlier during the day The Washington protesters chanted: "Whose streets? Mike's Streets" and "We're young, we're strong, we're marching all night long" as they walked down H Street northeast, at one point hitting the Bladensburg Road intersection, with…

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    'Diet Racism' Is the Soda for the Closet Bigot in Your Life

    31st August 2014 01:27

    Diet Racism: The soda for that special person in your life who keeps on saying borderline-racist stuff but swears they "don't see skin color." CollegeHumor nails it with this YouTube video that comes in the form of a fictitious beverage ad See also: The Haves and Have-Nots of Ferguson The funny spot is timely, too. The since-simmered protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a white police officer on August 9 forced America…

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    Flying Fail: Skydiver Misses Stadium Before College Football Game

    31st August 2014 00:40

    Penn State and the University of Central Florida played a college football game in Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday. Before the game, skydivers representing each school parachuted into the stadium to get the party started The guy representing Penn State executed his stunt perfectly. The guy representing UCF? Not so much, missing the stadium entirely and landing on a nearby set of railroad tracks. Oops See also: Absurdity at USC: How Did Josh Shaw's Bogus Story Get Out? Luckily, the incident,…

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    Will Tiny GoPro Cameras Replace Your Obnoxious Phone at Concerts?

    31st August 2014 00:10

    PHILADELPHIA — It's rare to find someone at a concert who will keep their smartphone buried in their pockets or purses for the entirety of the show, seeing as we're essentially Generation Hold Your Camera Phone Up At Concerts Instead of Paying Full Attention. It's rather obtrusive for fellow concert-goers — no one wants to watch the stage show from the viewpoint of your smartphone screen To avoid pissing off people, some tech-savvy patrons at the Made in America festival…

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    Unnecessary Roughness: College Football Coaches Read Rude Tweets

    30th August 2014 23:45

    Autumn in America means college football season. College football season means irrational fans. And irrational fans invariably mean derogatory Twitter posts about coaches and players See also: Absurdity at USC: How Did Josh Shaw's Bogus Story Get Out? ESPN's College GameDay show on Saturday got some of the biggest names in college football coaching to read and respond to mean tweets about themselves. Included in the amusing video, above, are Alabama's Nick Saban, Michigan's Brady Hoke, Florida's Will Muschamp and…

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    Hundreds Rally in Ferguson to Demand Justice for Michael Brown's Death

    30th August 2014 22:57

    FERGUSON, Mo. — Hundreds converged on Ferguson on Saturday to march for Michael Brown, the unarmed black 18-year-old who was shot and killed by a white police officer three weeks ago to the day. His death stoked national discourse about police tactics and race, which the rally's organizers pledged to continue. Led by Brown's parents and other relatives, Saturday's throng peacefully made their way down Canfield Drive in the St. Louis suburb to a makeshift memorial that marked the spot…

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    For Early Made in America Acts, Cover Songs Get the Rowdiest Responses

    30th August 2014 22:51

    PHILADELPHIA — The sun will set before Kanye West serves as the headlining nightcap for day one of Made in America, but the artists who are entertaining the ever-growing crowds hours in advance of his set are finding success with cover songs Cherub cured what the electro-pop duo called "the 2 p.m. blues" with their intense cover of Calvin Harris' hit "Feel So Close," infusing their version with a screamer section See also: Watch the Made in America Music Festival…