Memorial Service Held for Piper the Airport Dog Who Died of Prostate Cancer

White culture. Sappy? Not to me.

Why not remember an unforgettable dog taken from us too young.

Watch Piper in action in his memorial video embedded at the end of this post.


TRAVERSE CITY, MI – Scores of people turned out at the City Opera House of Traverse City Saturday afternoon for a memorial service for Piper, Michigan’s famous airport dog.

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Vidme shuts down due to increased competition from YouTube and Facebook

The social media monopoly that stiffles free thought from the right has scored a victory.

First the story, followed by Styx’s comments.

Digital Trends

After more than three years in the business, the community-driven video share site Vidme is shutting down. In a Medium post, the Vidme team said that the site will be taken down on December 15. Existing Vidme videos remain playable and exportable until December 15, but video uploads and account activations will cease as of the time of this article’s publication.

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Serena Williams’ wedding to have ‘Beauty and the Beast’ theme: report


Serena Williams is the Beast, but I fail to see a beauty anywhere. She wants her wedding to Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian to be in New Orleans.

With that physique on her, who could say no?

As to him he claims to be Armenian, but looks like a Jew.


Tennis superstar Serena Williams’ wedding to Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit, will have a Beauty and the Beast theme, reports, and “a source tells ET that Kim Kardashian West, Beyonce and Ciara are expected to show up to CACNO for the nuptials.”

It would be tricky for Beyonce’s husband, Jay-Z, to attend, as he is scheduled to perform in Charlotte, N.C. Thursday night.

Read the full ET story here.

People reported that the couple are to wed Thursday (Nov. 16) at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans.

The couple were in New Orleans in October, scouting wedding locations, according to reports. While here in October, the couple visited Meril, the newest restaurant from chef Emeril Lagasse, it was reported. ET reports that the couple’s rehearsal dinner was held at the restaurant.

Vanity Fair reports Eva Longoria was one of many stars at the rehearsal dinner on Wednesday. Vanity Fair reports “the celebrity chef was on site for the occasion. A beignet truck delivered the late-night dough fritters to the guests.”

Read the full Vanity Fair report here.

According to ET’s source, “a full-blown brunch will take place at the Ace Hotel on Friday that is to include a DJ, games and a recovery bar.”

Congratulations to the beast and groom:

No Pomegranates Professor Goes Viral in Insane Classroom Rant (Viral Video)

An obviously feminist college teacher rants to a disinterested class the phrase “No pomegranates.” And a star is born.

IB Times

‘No Pomegranates’ Video: Twitter Reacts To Professor’s Anti-Fruit Rant

Video emerged on Twitter and Reddit Thursday showing an instructor repeatedly denouncing pomegranates in a tirade that sees her repeating “No pomegranates!”

Update: Dr. Jane Martino responded to International Business Times regarding the event. She confirmed it was her leading the class in an exercise about the word “no.”

“We were discussing in class how meaningless the word ‘no’ is. I went into the rant to make sure my students knew the ‘rule.’ Before making a big deal about it the students were not thinking about them. Afterward they sure were! Tell your kids what to think about and just skip the ‘no’ part,” Martino told International Business Times.

Although the exact origins of the video showing the woman’s dramatic rant are still hazy at this point, Twitter user Luke Jonasson reposted the video from the popular Meninist account writing, “Best day of class I’ve had, DMACC pride baby Go Bears.” DMACC likely refers to Des Moines Area Community College, where a second angle of the same teacher’s rant is shown behind the laptop screen of a student taking a psychology course and several quizzes and tests.

“No pomegranates, no pomegranates, no pomegranates!” the psychology professor exclaims repeatedly. She continues the ‘no pomegranates’ rant as she attempts to draw out more emotion from the sleepy class as it chants behind her. “I don’t want them anywhere near here! Am I clear? Say the rule again. No pomegranates!” she continues in the video. In a separate video showing the same professor, she goes off on a similarly bizarre discussion regarding another fruit: kiwis.

Among the first replies to Luke Jonasson’s “best day of class” tweet is the alt-right Rebel Media figure, Jack Posobiec, known primarily for being retweeted by President Trump and attacking his critics on social media. Reactions varied widely, with many enjoying posting the video without any context and others suggesting on Reddit their personal theories as to why she hates pomegranates so much.

A Reddit thread entitled “Discrimination against Pomegranates” was posted early Thursday with bizarre, widely ranging reactions: “I would leave single pomegranate seeds in places she might find, that trigger is just too good not to pull,” read one comment. “I would love to haunt her with Pomegranates,” responded another devious Reddit user.

Pepe the Frog’s Creator Goes Legally Nuclear Against the Alt-Right: Lawyers served notices to Reddit, Richard Spencer, Baked Alaska, and Mike Cernovich

I’m putting the dipshit creator of Pepe the Frog on notice that on this site all uses of Pepe are legal and proper, based on the fair use doctrine found in copyright law.

I also promise to sue WordPress, dipshit Matt Furie, and anyone else who tries to bully me into silence. I pledge to spend up to $150,000 in attorney’s fees in order to defend my use of Pepe, which is not for profit, on this site.

Excerpt from motherboard.vice

Pepe the Frog creator Matt Furie has made good on his threat to “aggressively enforce his intellectual property.”

The artist’s lawyers have taken legal action against the alt-right. They have served cease and desist orders to several alt-right personalities and websites including Richard Spencer, Mike Cernovich, and the r/the_Donald subreddit. In addition, they have issued Digital Millennium Copyright Act takedown requests to Reddit and Amazon, notifying them that use of Pepe by the alt-right on their platforms is copyright infringement. The message is to the alt-right is clear—stop using Pepe the Frog or prepare for legal consequences.

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CNN crosses line to extortion! Big trouble as network blackmails teen who posted Trump WWE video

If CNN doesn’t go under now, what’s it going to take? These imbeciles are allegedly guilty of extortion, bullying a 15 year old boy who enjoyed making memes that were slightly politically incorrect into apologizing and getting off the Internet.

Last night, as the story broke, I posted this story on how the Redditor who created the Trump wrestling meme apologized.

Overnight (it’s 6:48 A.M. as I’m writing), the Twitter hashtag #CNNBlackmail exploded with thousands of Tweets condemning CNN for forcing the Redditor to apologize under threat of having his real identity revealed.

It turns out that CNN was blackmailing a 15 year old kid.

Julian Assange and a host of Twitter users have made it clear that the mission now is to utterly and totally destroy CNN.

Normally, President Trump would be Tweeting up a storm over this good news, but one of his latest Tweets says he’s getting ready to head for Poland and won’t be back until Saturday.

The fake-news fascists at CNN are in big trouble now. Yuuuuge.

The hashtag “CNN Blackmail” is the No. 1 trending topic on Twitter after CNN bragged about threatening to dox a 15-year-old child for creating the comical WWE meme that showed President Trump body-slamming a CNN logo.

CNN boasted that it had tracked down and basically bullied a Reddit user called HanAssholeSolo after he took credit for the video online. The Redditer is a 15-year-old boy, according to multiple Twitter users.

CNN claimed HanAssholeSolo apologized to them for creating the jokey WWE meme and deleted all his posts that mocked the humorless cable news network.

CNN then bragged about suppressing the teen’s Constitutionally-guaranteed free speech rights on the Fourth of July by threatening to dox him to the world:

CNN is not publishing “HanA**holeSolo’s” name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again.

In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same. CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.

CNN threw a major hissy-fit after President Trump tweeted this meme from 2007 that was modified to show him body-slamming a CORPORATE LOGO OF CNN.

While the appropriateness of President Trump’s tweet was hotly debated by both liberals and conservatives, CNN’s bullying of a teenager was widely condemned by all sides.

German Lopez, a reporter for liberal website Vox, was absolutely disgusted and called CNN’s cyberbullying unethical. “This is basically ‘don’t post stuff we don’t like or we’ll dox you.’ Extremely unethical,” Lopez tweeted.

Conservative author Ben Shapiro — an attorney who graduated from Harvard Law school — agreed.

“That’s essentially blackmail. That’s CNN stating that it will out the guy if he dares to defy their political perspective or offends them sufficiently,” Shapiro wrote. “The whole story is frightening, and obviously an attempt to both nail Trump and discourage people from smacking CNN.”

Republican Congressman Scott Taylor accused CNN of extortion. “Pretty sure a line is crossed here,” he wrote on Twitter.

The backlash against CNN was volcanic in its condemnation of a multi-billion-dollar news network threatening and scaring a 15-year-old child because they want him to stop making comical memes that hurt their wittle feelings.

The viral hashtag “CNN Blackmail” has been trending overnight on Twitter as users expressed their outrage that a so-called journalistic outfit threatened a child’s free-speech rights on the birthday of the United States of America.

Creator of Trump Wrestling CNN Video Apologizes, Leaves Reddit After CNN Threatens to Reveal His True Identity

The pukes at fake news have bullied the creator of the above video into making an apology for creating it. He’s also leaving the Internet.

You have to believe that he’s been intimidated into silence because CNN threatened to dox him (reveal his true identity).

The alt-light’s Mike Cernovich has launched a Twitter war on CNN to get the truth out.

Hollywood Reporter

“I do not advocate violence against the press and the meme I posted was in no way advocating that in any way, shape or form,” Redditor “HanAssholeSolo” wrote in a since-deleted message on the site.

Reddit user “HanAssholeSolo,” who claimed credit for first posting the video of President Donald Trump bodyslamming a man with the CNN logo superimposed on his head, has apologized for seemingly condoning violence against the media.

The 28-second clip sparked outrage from media pundits and Hollywood stars alike when the president tweeted it on his personal account Sunday morning alongside the caption “FraudNewsCNN.”

The Redditor who created the gif took to the site’s message board Tuesday and issued a public apology in a post that has since been removed.

“I would like to apologize to the members on the reddit community for getting this site and this sub embroiled in a controversy that should never have happened. I would also like to apologize for the posts made that were racist, bigoted, and anti-semitic. I am in no way this kind of person,” the user wrote, clarifying that the gif was just a “prank” that had been misconstrued as “calling for violence.”

“I do not advocate violence against the press and the meme I posted was in no way advocating that in any way, shape or form,” the post continued. “The meme was created purely as satire, it was not meant to be a call to violence against CNN or any other news affiliation. I had no idea anyone would take it and put sound to it and then have it put up on the President’s Twitter feed. It was a prank, nothing more.”

The user added that he had the “highest respect for the journalist community” and commended reporters for putting their “lives on the line every day.”

The apology comes one day after CNN was able to identify the person behind the username “HanAssholeSolo” and attempted to contact him for an interview, as detailed in an exclusive story posted by the outlet Tuesday night. Though calls and emails were not returned by the user, his letter of apology was subsequently posted to Reddit and all of his prior posts on the site were taken down. According to CNN, the user has since confirmed his identity to the outlet, which has agreed not to reveal his name “because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology” and “showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts.”

CNN initially responded to Trump’s tweet with the following statement:

“It is a sad day when the President of the United States encourages violence against reporters. Clearly, Sarah Huckabee Sanders lied when she said the President had never done so. Instead of preparing for his overseas trip, his first meeting with Vladimir Putin, dealing with North Korea and working on his health care bill, he is instead involved in juvenile behavior far below the dignity of his office. We will keep doing our jobs. He should start doing his.”

The apology sounds like a confession coming out of one of Stalin’s show trials back in the 30s. Fake News CNN has forced a fake apology from a guy probably afraid of losing his job.

As Trump would Tweet: Sad!