justin beiber renaissance image This Picture of Justin Beiber Getting Choked Looks Like a Work of Renaissance Art
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Justin Bieber recently got into a scuffle with Post Malone. Apparently, Bieber tried to use Malone as an astray which led to him getting choked but don't worry, all of it was in good fun according to Bieber anyway. Someone standing by took a picture of it that looks like renaissance art. Then it turned into this:



via @ThomasNassiff

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The volunteer in this video said some shocking things while screaming and pushing a family out of the hospital waiting room.  Isaiah Baskins, the man behind the camera, posted the video on Youtube and says that she made racist comments just before he started recording. 

You can also see an interview from the family who was behind the camera and the apology issued from the hospital in this video :

movies texting millenials AMC Theaters May Allow Texting During Movies
Via: NPR
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If you're wondering why a movie theater company would allow people to start doing one of the most annoying things you can do at the movies, just blame millennials. 

That's what AMC CEO Adam Aron did! In an interview with Variety he said the movie theaters would be willing to go as far as allowing texting during the movie to try to appeal to the kids these days. This is his reasoning:

When you tell a 22-year-old to turn off the phone, don’t ruin the movie, they hear please cut off your left arm above the elbow. You can’t tell a 22-year-old to turn off their cellphone. That’s not how they live their life.


He then followed this up with Tweets confirming tests of this concept in very few theaters. 


via @CEOAdam

Predictably, a huge amount of backlash followed. It turns out that not many people want to pay $10-20 to watch a movie in a theater filled with distracting lights. There were also quite a few millennials that found the assumption that they couldn't detach from their phones for two hours insulting.  Aron quickly changed his mind on the matter, ABC reports that he issued a statement in a letter addressed to "AMC Guests" saying, "We have heard loud and clear that this is a concept our audience does not want."

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THE LOCH NESS MONSTER HAS BEEN FOUND! Kind of. Assuming the real monster doesn't exist and the only one around to find was a giant rubber movie prop.

If you want to know the full story, just watch the above adorable, calming video of the most rational monster hunters you've ever seen. 

beer expiration date image Brewery Worker Is Awarded Employee of the Month for a Prank That Caused the Recall of 200,000 Beers
Via: brobible
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A brewery worker at BrewDog decided to print a very unique date as the expiration date on their Punk IPA beers. Unfortunately, that date was a little too ambiguous to legally sell in the UK leading to the recall of around 200,000 beers. Don't worry though, the guy who did it was named employee of the month. 

Seriously. 

tupac costume controversy A Texas High Schooler Thought Blackface and a T-Shirt Made a Great Tupac Shakur Costume
Via: @ogechiaye
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This Texas high school student went to an off campus party dressed as Tupac Shakur, if you can call lazily slathering on black makeup and wearing a Tupac t-shirt a costume. As you can imagine, this caused outrage among fellow students.  While there are some who still support her, a lot of others are calling for some kind of punishment. To be fair, because it went viral on the internet and people on the internet are sometimes terrible, she's now receiving death threats so maybe that's punishment enough. 

Hannibal Bank Seamount Expedition from Woods Hole Oceanographic Inst. on Vimeo.

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This seems like a normal ocean exploration video until about halfway through when they get to the unexpected discovery of thousands of crabs swarming together in murky water like a spooky horde of zombies.



The scientist in the video was unable to explain why the crabs were doing what they were doing but he does mention that this behavior has been seen before in insects.

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