Meanwhile in China of the Day: "Big Yellow Duck" and "Today" Banned from Weibo

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Meanwhile in China of the Day: "Big Yellow Duck" and "Today" Banned from Weibo
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In preparation for the anniversary of the 1989 Tianamen Square protests, Chinese censors reportedly blocked several search terms on the country's top microblogging site Sina Weibo, including "1989," "in today," "anniversary" and "big yellow duck." The odd water fowl reference was banned in response to a viral photoshopped version of the iconic 1989 photograph "Tank Man," which Weibo user Weibolg altered by replacing the tanks with superimposed photos of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's famous Rubber Duck floating sculpture.

Extreme Feminists Disrupts Dr. Janice Fiamengo’s Lecture About Men's Rights at the University of Ottawa

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Sponsored by the Canadian Association for Equality (CAFE), former Feminist Dr. Janice Fiamengo was due to speak at the University of Ottawa, March 28, about men's issues and the double standards of Feminism. What was supposed to be a civil discussion turned into a mess as protesters decided to go beyond voicing their views to actively disrupt the event (again) in an incredibly immature fashion.

This marks the third time that Feminists & Friends have interfered with a men's rights event.

Loch Ness Monster Apparently Spotted on Apple Maps

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Loch Ness Monster Apparently Spotted on Apple Maps
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A close look at the right spot in Scotland's Loch Ness, pinpointed at AppleInsider, reveals a blurred, whitish image of what might be an underwater Nessie.

"It looks like a boat wake, but the boat is missing," Gary Campbell, president of the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, tells the Daily Mail.