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Earlier in the week,Stacy Dash, Fox News contributor and former best friend to Cher Horowitz, said award shows like the BET Awards and Image Awards shouldn't exist.  Amid ongoing Oscars controversy, Gabrielle Union was asked for her opinion on Stacy Dash's comments about the BET Awards earlier in the week. Union responded with "Who is Stacy Dash?"

Here's the clip of Stacy Dash in question:

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Game of Thrones fans will recognize Lena Headey as the infamous Queen Cersei Lannister. She's cool, mean and also a little bit drunk most of the time. In other words, if she could convince her brother Jaime to leave her alone long enough, she would be the perfect contestant on The Bachelor. This video simply confirms it. 



You tell 'em, Cersei. 

censorship paint drying UK Film Censors Have to Watch 10 Hours of Paint Drying Thanks to a Filmmaker and His Kickstarter
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In the UK, it's required to screen all films (that you plan on showing to the public) through the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).  It's expensive, costing over £100 to submit and another £7 per minute of screening. It also opens your film up to censorship.  In protest of the amount of control and censorship the BBFC imposes on the UK film industry, filmmaker Charlie Lyne created a video of paint drying to send to the BBFC. 

His Kickstarter managed to fund a little over 10 hours of screening time that the BBFC will now have to watch and rate.  Here is a clip of what they will be watching:



Riveting. 

A video posted by @ale_rivera on

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Obviously she's too small to dig you out of your house, but look at those snow swimming skills! Surely she could manage to bring you a slice of pizza in your time of need.


Last year was all about snacking rodents. Hopefully this year will not turn out to be all about rodents dealing with harsh weather conditions.

Via: NewsBook
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While covering the snowstorm in New York City, CNN spoke with Steven Tyler and his daughter Mia, who just happened to wander by.  Since famous people can sometimes influence the masses, the anchor asked them at the end of the interview if they had any wise words for the people at home considering venturing out in the snow. 

Their advice? Just stay home where there's HOT CHOCOLATE AND FAMILY HUGS. 

Via: Ernest
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This is an athelete at the Wind Games which seems to be happening at an indoor skydiving facility in Spain

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Sneaker waves are common on the Oregon coast and they really can sneak up on you, if you're not careful. These unpredictable waves often happen when other waves bounce off complex terrain on the coast and create conditions for one big, dangerous wave. This is how the Oregon Parks Department describes sneaker waves:

They´re called sneaker waves because they appear without warning, often surging high up on the beach with deadly force, and are impossible to predict. Sneaker waves also carry a large amount of sand that can saturate your clothes, weighing you down and making escape difficult if not impossible.
 
How to play it safe: Never turn your back on the ocean.

via Oregon Parks and Recreation Department 

"Never turn your back on the ocean." Solid advice. 
 

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