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6 wedding guests wear same dress — and they’re not bridesmaids
Source:  New York Post
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:17

Someone call the Fashion Police. In what is perhaps the most extreme case of “who wore it best,” six women were all shocked to discover they showed up for a wedding wearing the exact same dress. And no, they weren’t bridesmaids. The guests spotted one another at the Australian event wearing identical navy blue lace-patterned...

Yoko Ono sues company selling ‘John Lemon’ lemonade
Source:  New York Post
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:16

Beatles widow Yoko Ono has sued a drinks firm selling lemonade called John Lemon. Yoko, 84 — who administers late husband John Lennon’s estate — claimed his image was hijacked. She was upset the drink was promoted with an image of his round spectacles and the line: “John Lemon, Let it Be.” And an online...

Apple's Sneaky Secret That Doomed The iPhone 7S
Source:  Forbes Real Time
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:15

Of all the performances at last week’s launch of the new iPhone portfolio, it’s the audacity of the marketing department’s switcheroo from the iPhone 7S to the iPhone 8 that has impressed me the most.

‘This is white America time’: Restaurant in Trump International Hotel accused of racial discrimination
Source:  Raw Story
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:13

Current and former employees of a restaurant in Trump International Hotel have filed a racial discrimination lawsuit in DC Superior Court. The Washington Post reports two former employees and one current employee of BLT prime “allege that the Trump Organization and hotel managing director Mick...

Darci Lynne Farmer: Will Ventriloquist Win ‘America’s Got Talent’ Tonight?
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:12

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Ventriloquist Darci Lynne Farmer killed it on the live shows finale last night for America’s Got Talent, having two puppets sing a Beatles song after arguing on stage. Farmer has been a fan-favorite over the course of the season and now she is a front-runner on the show. The results will be revealed tonight on AGT live and her chances of winning are very good.

Former AGT winner, a ventriloquist named Terry Fator, says that Farmer definitely has his vote. And, he told Parade that his only advice to Farmer is this:

Relax and have the time of your life—just have fun. Because really, you know at the end of the day, this is going to be a memory she’s going to carry with her for the rest of her life.

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On Instagram, Farmer wrote about what she has considered to be her best moment during her AGT journey and she said:

I would have to say the best moment I had on my #AGT journey was when Mel B hit the Golden Buzzer for me … I truly couldn’t believe it! I have also loved meeting so many inspiring people along the way that I can now say are my lifelong friends! Thank you America’s Got Talent.

She also gushed to Parade that:

I knew that the judges gave out golden buzzers, but I really didn’t even— I thought about it and I was like that would just be the most awesomest thing ever, but we just went with our expectations really low. Like we really wanted the judges to say nice things and just to get four yeses— but even better.

Farmer’s mother Misty then chimed in, saying:

Darci still has to work around our house. Just because she got a golden buzzer doesn’t mean she doesn’t still empty the dishwasher, help me with laundry, water the flowers for me and help around. I mean, she’s part of a big family.

Farmer credits her parents for keeping her grounded, even though she is so talented and is one of the front-runners on AGT this season.

Farmer is 12 years old and she hails from Oklahoma.

Here’s why professional sports teams are buying esports teams
Source:  TechCrunch
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:12

 Today at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017 we sat down with three experts from the esports world to explain why you should start paying attention to the industry. To kick it off, Heather Garozzo, a former competitive Counter Strike player and current Director of Fan Marketing for Team Dignitas, told us what a day in the life of a professional esports player is like. And surprisingly, it’s not… Read More

Details behind the raid on Manafort's house show that Mueller really is 'following the money'
Source:  Daily Kos
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:11

A former federal prosecutor explains the complex nature of the statements made to former Donald Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort.

“If he’s been told that he’s a target—that he’s likely to be indicted—I think the way you interpret that is he’s likely to be indicted,” said Michael Zeldin, a former federal prosecutor who served as special counsel to Mueller when he was assistant attorney general in the DOJ’s Criminal Division.

The trick here is that there’s no trick at all. Those interpreting the pre-dawn raid on one of several homes owned by Manafort to be a tactic to get the man known as “the torturer’s lobbyist” to roll over on the rest of the Trump campaign are ignoring the more important point: The intention was to find information related to Manafort’s crimes and charge him.

In details provided by TPM, the warrant for searching Manafort’s residence included activities going back to 2006. That would certainly cover the period in which Manafort provided foreign money to a pair of U.S. lobbying firms, in violation of the law. But it would even more neatly proscribe the period, starting in 2006, in which Manafort made real estate purchases at three Trump properties.

According to a report by WNYC, Manafort has engaged in a series of curious real-estate deals over the past 11 years, all of which follow a pattern that law-enforcement experts say raises red flags. Between 2006 and 2013, the former Trump campaign chairman purchased three multimillion-dollar New York City–area properties in Trump Tower, SoHo, and Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. Each home was purchased entirely in cash through various limited liability companies, and later transferred to Manafort. 

Manafort used these properties as collateral in still more mysterious real estate dealings, including a series of transactions that happened on the same day Manafort left the Trump campaign.

Gun Test: The New Beretta Vittoria Over/Under
Source:  The Daily Caller
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:11

She is a beauty!

VC Kirsten Green talks shop — including responding to criticisms of Bodega
Source:  TechCrunch
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:09

 Earlier today at Disrupt, Kirsten Green, founder of the early-stage, San Francisco-based venture firm Forerunner Ventures, sat down for a quick conversation about her work. Green has become one of the most sought-after e-commerce investors in the country, thanks to bets on companies like and Bonobos (both sold to Walmart), Dollar Shave Club (sold to Unilever), as well as numerous… Read More

Wed Sep 20 '17 Announcement from Missouri Prairie Festival 2017
Source:  Indiegogo: Announcements
Wednesday, 20 September 2017 19:08

Check out our sweet poster by Audrey Scherer!

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