Bernie Sanders followed along with Donald Trump's RNC speech last night and commented with the hashtag #RNCwithBernie. Here's what he thought of what the Republican presidential candidate had to say.
Milo Yiannopoulos is a British journalist for Breitbart. He's known for his trolling tweets and for sending his followers after people he fights with on Twitter. This time, he's gone too far and gotten himself permanently banned from Twitter after sending followers after Leslie Jones.
"The crash occurred 5:30 Tuesday afternoon on Highway 15 near Stanton. Officials tell LEX 18 the person on the motorcycle was the only person involved and he was taken to a hospital where he later died.
Saul Vazquez, the man who took the photo, posted it on Facebook and said he took it from the cab of his truck. It has since been shared over 16,000 times in just 10 hours.
Lots of people are drawing their own conclusions about the photo, but either way it’s causing a huge conversation on social media. LEX 18 reached out to Vazquez, all he would he would say is that the photo has not been altered."
EVERY day since May 26th. Dude, I can't even.
And then glorious beauty struck. Seth stepped to the plate, and address the incessant string of 'exposed' tweets:
Things weren't weird enough though, were they?
Piers Morgan back at it again, just getting crushed by Ratajkowski for a comment he made directed at her over a Lady Godiva-style photoshoot for Harper's Bazaar (click link for NSFW-ish pics from photoshoot).
Lindsay Lohan really wanted the UK and the EU to stay together you guys. Unfortunately, it seems like she deleted her amazing journalistic endeavor so you'll have to be satisfied with the scraps that we dug up from the internet. Watching the former starlet, who is still kinda clueless about the geography of the UK, become a "voice of reason" to some people is still pretty hilarious.
If you aren't familiar with the historic Brexit vote that's about to take place, here's the gist: British voters will soon decide if they want the United Kingdom to remain in or leave the European Union. It's kind of a big deal, but who cares what humans think, right? The cats have spoken and they are very much against "the British exit".
Good Morning America wanted to engage their Twitter users by asking them about some of their favorite memes. Memes like tea lizard. You know, the one with Kermit drinking tea. Kermit. KERMIT THE FROG. As you might imagine, the internet's outrage was both glorious and swift.
The twitter hashtag #NoWomanEver was started by Twitter user from Atlanta, @ImJustCeej. She decided to share some of her own experiences and it didn't take long for the rest of the internet to catch on.
Soon, women on Twitter were sharing their own snarky harassment stories of their own. In a mixture of funny and sad, the hashtag #NoWomanEver just goes to show just how trashy some men can be.
Do better, dudes.
Good Guy Mark Hamill harnessed his inner Jedi to offer up some Yoda-style wisdom to a female fan asking if it's chill to dress as Luke Skywalker.
Hamill, who has one of the most interactive celebrity accounts on Twitter, has been known to let his Joker personality show every now and then.
Tuesday, Hamill decided to choose the Jedi path and deliver advice worthy of the Jedi council.
Donald Trump is catching a lot of heat on Twitter for his speech at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on Wednesday. During the speech, Trump told anyone who doubted his LGBT friendliness to 'ask the gays'.. Well, the LGBT community responded.
"Ask the gays what they think and what they do, in, not only Saudi Arabia, but many of these countries, and then you tell me – who's your friend, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?"
An anonymous hacker, known only on Twitter as @WauchulaGhost, and a few of their friends hijacked several Twitter accounts that were known to be associated or in support of ISIS. This has been going on for a few months, @WauchulaGhost is apparently affiliated with the "hacktivist" group Anonymous. After the attack in Orlando, they and some others have stared adding rainbows, messages saying "Out and Proud" and even some links to gay porn to these compromised accounts. According to Newsweek, the hacker claims to have taken over at least 200 accounts and plans to continue this campaign.