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Monthly Archives: January 2017

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Netflix’s new show is quite “Unfortunate”

There is no way to properly describe the disappointment and resentment I have at this particular moment. Studios’ attempts to take advantage of the popularity of literature, young adult literature specifically, usually winds up with a negative outcome. The most recent example of this is

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DeVos gets schooled

President-elect Donald Trump has been busy since Election Day preparing his cabinet for the move to the White House. These past few weeks, his team has been undergoing confirmation hearings where Democratic and Republican Senators from the appropriate committees pose questions to the cabinet members

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Obama holds final press conference as president

In his last time facing the White House press corps, President Barack Obama addressed his final policy decisions and his hopes for the country under Donald Trump’s administration and beyond. Echoing sentiments from his farewell address, he emphasized the importance of the free press in

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“Rick and Morty” season three further delayed

Co-creator of “Rick and Morty” Justin Roiland has announced a delay for season three. On Jan. 4, 2017, he tweeted, “As far as I know (and I would know) Season Three does not air January 9.” First aired on Adult Swim in 2013, “Rick and Morty” vocalizes raunchy,