A Spelling Bee judge quoted Kelis’ ‘Milkshake’ to use a word in a sentence

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Originally posted on For The Win:
Jack Gruber, USA TODAY Staff With only two contestants left in the National Scripps Spelling Bee, the atmosphere was very tense in Washington, D.C. But a judge…

On the importance of focusing on the positives :)

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It’s been a while | I know I shouldn’t have kept you waiting | But I’m here now Cheesy, I know, but I feel bad. Sorry for keeping y’all waiting. It’s been a rough couple… Continue reading

For all it promised, @NeighborsMovie delivers and THEN some

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Let me start by saying that everything about Neighbors was on-point. It was everything I expected. Plus some. From the witty and obviously R-rated risqué dialogue to the epic party scenes, I felt like… Continue reading

Shaki’s #Dare May lead to electrifying reckless behavior on the dancefloor

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  Is it true that you love me? | I dare you to kiss me | with everyone watching | it’s truth or dare on the dance floor…  – Shakira, “Dare (La La… Continue reading

The reinvention of MTV, chapter one million

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The FCC is about to kill the free Internet

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Oh snap!

WME’s Amos Newman Emerges From the Shadow of Showbiz Royalty

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Love what WME is doing. They are definitely changing up the game, allowing artists and composers alike to expand their current interests and become accomplished musicians in all aspects of the word. Great… Continue reading

‘Friends’ creators Marta Kauffman and David Crane look back at the finale — and why they won’t do a reunion show

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This show was pure genius from the beginning. It knew how to envelop viewers and keep them coming back for more. To this day, I still have a marathon every summer, watching each… Continue reading

London’s bike-share program unwittingly revealed its cyclists’ movements for the world to see

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This is way too awkward. Where will we draw the line for privacy over open data? The information is very powerful, as it can tell others about our routines and the things we… Continue reading

57 Things I’ve learned about being gay in my 20s

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Originally posted on THE MODERN GAY GUIDE TO LIFE:
They say that it’s in your 20s when you really learn who you are and who you want to be. While I don’t know yet…

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