Aaron Gibson aegibson@identi.ca

Hayward, United States


  • ‘I’ll Kill You That Way’ – music video by the Slashstreet Boys

    2018-11-05T17:51:51Z via squeet.me To: Public

    ‘I’ll Kill You That Way’ is a 2018 music video by the Slashstreet Boys filmed and edited by The Merkins with the collaboration of Taco Truck.

    The Slashstreet Boys is comprised of Freddy Krueger, Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, Ghostface and Leatherface. Posted on YouTube on 19 Octpber 2018, the video has already had over 7.7 million hits. It is available as a free MP3 here


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  • Pregnant Lyrica Anderson Forced to Close Comments After ‘Disgusted’ Fans Trash Her for Twerking

    2018-11-05T17:51:43Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Love and Hip Hop: Hollywood” actress Lyrica Anderson caught a lot of heat over the weekend from fans who slammed the mommy-to-be for twerking on camera and was later forced to turn off all of her comments.

    The 29-year-old and her husband A1 Bentley celebrated their birthday shower on Sunday afternoon for the arrival of their unborn son baby Bentley. The couple was gifted with extravagant presents from friends and family including a brand new Ferrari car seat from Ray J. Norwood and his wife Princess Love.

    A pregnant Anderson even took to Instagram on Sunday and showed off her twerking moves on the side of the street. She captioned the video, “Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto.” Bentley also reposted the recording of his wife rump-shaking with the thirst trap emoji, “Bild/Foto.”
    (photo credit: Lyrica’s Instagram)
    However, fans felt the Anderson was way out of line for gyrating being that she’s a mother and dragged her for being “classless.”

    “I don’t know how these moms do it these days. If my wife/ BM do this while she’s pregnant, I don’t want her.”

    “Sit down befo u twerk yo baby right out of u.”

    “Classless and tasteless.”

    One person commented, “Trash.”

    Another fan even questioned if whether or not Anderson’s husband was the father of their unborn baby.

    “She better enjoy herself before that DNA season come up. We The People, need MF biological facts #SippinTea.”

    All of the negative comments eventually led to the 29-year-old pregnant wife to turn her comments off completely.

    Anderson and her husband revealed to talk show host Wendy Williams that a DNA test was set in place after people accused her of cheating with Bentley’s best friend Safaree Samuels. The couple also confessed to cheating on one another during a break in their marriage. However, the paternity results concluded that Bentley is indeed the father of their baby boy.

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    A post shared by A1 Bentley (@a1bentley) on Nov 4, 2018 at 1:00am PST

  • Drake Accuses Vancouver Casino of Racial Profiling, Fans Trash It on Social Media

    2018-11-05T17:51:36Z via squeet.me To: Public

    After Drake claimed he was racially profiled at a Vancouver casino over the weekend, the establishment has issued a statement apologizing about the matter.

    The rapper took to his Instagram Story Saturday, Nov. 3, to air out his issues with Parq Vancouver Casino.

    “Parq Casino @parqvancouverbc is the worst run business I have ever witnessed…profiling me and not allowing me to gamble when I had everything they originally asked me for Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto.”

    The MC was in his home country gearing up to perform at the Rogers Arena that night as part of his “Aubrey and The Three Migos” tour, which names him by his first name.

    Fans took issue with the alleged incident, too. Billboard reported they torched the luxury resort on its Instagram page — which was later inexplicably pulled — and flooded their Twitter mentions with grief.

    “Who would racially profile a huge celebrity?”

    “Racial profiling is NEVER ‘okay’ Bild/Foto @parqvancouverbc @theprovince.

    “@parqvancouverbc horrible for not letting @Drake play. Won’t be visiting for a while. Let’s just go to @riverrockcasino.”

    The attention led the casino to release two statements in response.

    “Parq Vancouver is sorry to hear about this experience and takes these matters very seriously,” the mid-morning statement read. “We are required to adhere to strict regulations with respect to gaming in British Columbia. We are actively investigating this matter and have made several efforts to reach out to the customer and his team to discuss the issue. We are committed to having a productive conversation to resolve this issue.”

    Another statement posted that evening read, “You may be aware of a situation at our casino last night. On behalf of Parq Vancouver we would like to apologize for the experience our customer had. We are operating in one of the most complex, highly regulated industries and are always looking to better our communication and customer service. We are constantly improving our communications process to ensure that these new regulations are better understood by all guests. We categorically stand against racism of any kind. We are committed to providing a safe, secure and enjoyable experience for all.”
  • Chrome 71 Revamps Protections From Abusive Ad Practices

    2018-11-05T17:47:03Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Google is now taking a more robust approach to the problem of abusive advertising, following today's announcement that Chrome 71 will filter out all ads from websites where they are frequently found. In particular, the change targets ads that steal personal data, begin unwanted and unexpected downloads, or that redirect a user unwittingly to external sites via pop-up windows. Sites that persistently contain those types of advertisements, which gain clicks through deception such as by showing fake 'close' or 'play' buttons or misleading warnings, will be affected by the change. Website admins and owners will need to check their websites using the ' Abusive Experiences Report' found in the Google Search Console and will have a total of 30 days to fix or remove ads that are flagged. After that, Chrome 71 will take over and filter out all ads from user view. For users, the new feature will be optional but enabled by default under a new setting in the browser's settings. Background: The new update builds on changes implemented last year that automatically blocked new window requests and pop-up windows from websites that engaged in practices that are considered abusive. Specifically, those centered around the practice of redirecting users without permission when page elements were interacted with. It also added UI to notify users about the blocked attempt and more information about the automated action. The tool was efficient but didn't do a lot to curb advertising practices falling under Google's eight categorizations for abuse in that context. For clarity, abusive experiences include those that contain fake messages, unexpected click areas, misleading site behavior, phishing, automatic redirects, and links that lead to unintentional download or installation of malware or unwanted software. Also falling under the search giant's definitions are those that contain on-screen visual cues such as mouse pointers that move or click in an attempt to encourage interaction and ads that contain misleading or missing branding. Meanwhile, there are other changes related to practices that might be deemed abusive more subjectively from a user perspective that will be arriving with Chrome 71 as well. Among other alterations meant to make the browsing experience smoother and faster, the company is finally doing away with websites' ability to automatically play video or audio as soon as a site or page is opened. Speech synthesis won't be able to be activated by default anymore either, following the update, without express permission from the user. Finally, the capabilities on offer to developers with regard to fullscreen web apps and experiences that don't show standard navigation controls are being expanded. However, that's being done in conjunction with other adjustments that will ensure that Chrome still has control. Combined with the most recent announcement about Chrome's handling of abusive ads, that should help prevent new abuses from arising on those types of build-outs while still offering unique and immersive user interaction. Impact: These changes are going to be hitting all non-developer channels of Chrome in December, with the current expectation being that they'll begin rolling out to desktop platforms on December 4. Other platforms generally follow behind that by a week or two. So Chrome OS users can currently expect to see the changes arriving after December 11. From a user perspective, the update should provide a better experience in terms of fewer interruptions and less opportunity to accidentally become a victim of malicious entities who use the tactics outlined above. However, a good number of websites are also heavily reliant on advertising as a source of revenue. So, although Google insists that only a very small number of websites will be affected by the incoming changes, site owners may want to consider getting a head start through Google Search Console before the rollout begins.
  • Zego To Transition Over 30,000 Apartments Into Smart Apartments With S2 Capital

    2018-11-05T17:33:35Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Zego has announced that it is teaming up with S2 Capital and Amazon to modernize about 30,000 apartments in Texas, that will now be smart apartments. Zego is going to be extending its smart apartment platform to over 30,000 apartment units owned by S2 Capital, over the next three years. It'll be using Zego's solution that integrates smart home devices into a single app, making it much easier to control your smart home without having to add more apps to your smartphone and using them to control everything. The app is also going to allow tenants to connect with property staff, and there is also a marketplace of products and local services included. Zego says that the timing of this collaboration is perfect timing, since there has been a pretty steep increase in adoption of smart devices. A recent report found that around one in three people owned between five and nine internet-connected devices. Of course, apartment communities have noticed this and are doing what they can to bring smart devices into units. S2 Capital's founder and CEO, Scott Everett stated that "we've always been committed to seeking out best-in-class technologies that help us continue to evolve the apartment living experience. Having worked with many providers in this space, Zego is a trailblazer in its ability to deliver on the promise of a holistic resident app experience, enabling us to provide residents what they want from their smart apartment, as well as what property managers need." This isn't the first deal that Zego has struck, it has already implemented its system in over 16,000 units across 80 multifamily communities nationwide, and now it is continuing to expand, with this new partnership with S2 Capital. Background: These smart apartment solutions are actually a bigger deal than they sound. This is because many apartment communities do not allow their renters to use smart home products. This is because they are unable to install things like smart thermostats, or smart garage door openers and such. This leaves them with virtually only one product that they can use, which are smart light bulbs. But having Zego come in and provide a number of smart home products in these apartments, is a big deal and makes it easier to have a smart apartment. Part of this is because these smart home products are going to save users a good amount of money, as you'd expect. Especially when it comes to something like a smart thermostat which is going to offer a way for renters to save money on heating and cooling costs. Not to mention using security cameras can also keep unwanted guests out, which gives the whole community a much more safer atmosphere, which is also a great thing. The solution that Zego has here is pretty impressive. Not only are they bringing a slew of smart home products to these apartments, but it is all controlled with a single app. On top of that, the app will allow renters to get in touch with property staff pretty quickly. So say you need to get in touch with the staff to file a maintenance request, you can now do that with the app on your smartphone. On top of that, you also have access to local services, which can also be pretty useful for many, especially if you are new to the area. Not only is Zego making these apartments smarter, but they are also making it much easier for renters to take care of their apartments, which is also pretty important here. As sometimes it can be a real nightmare trying to get in contact with maintenance to file a request to have work done. Impact: This system by Zego is powered by Amazon Alexa, which means that this partnership is really going to affect Amazon and bring in even more customers to use Alexa - and that is exactly what Amazon wants right now. A smart apartment will cost renters about $30 more per month, and considering you aren't paying for these devices, outside of that monthly fee, that's a pretty good price. All renters will be getting an Amazon Echo with the Zego skill pre-loaded. So not only can you control the smart apartment with your voice, but you can also ask Alexa a slew of other things, and even have her order pizza for you, which is pretty cool as well. The Amazon Echo is also great for playing music in your home, especially the newer generation which sports much improved audio, and can even be paired with the new Echo Sub for a really great music experience. In fact, Echo can provide a stereo system to your entire home, which is pretty impressive by itself. The Echo is a great smart speaker and one of the most popular smart speakers on the market right now. S2 Capital is a pretty big property management company in Texas. Mostly found in the Dallas and Houston areas of Texas. It has bought more than $2 billion worth of apartments, in a slew of different neighborhoods. Most of the apartments that they own are pretty modern with a number of them being newly built. This is going to allow Zego to easily bring in its smart apartment solution to its properties. Its prices are also pretty reasonable, so if you are in the Dallas or Houston area (or looking to move to either area) then you may want to check out S2 Capital's properties to see if they have something for you. Zego has not started outfitting their apartments with its new solution just yet, but that will be happening in due time. Zego did say that it would be about three years before it's fully completed, and that is likely because it does take some time to get these apartments outfitted, and get the app up and running for each community. Seeing as the app is going to be customized for each community, because it does get renters in contact with property staff. You can find out more from Zego's website.
  • 2018-11-05T17:33:34Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Verdict for Marijuana Grower May Reduce Threat of Ruinous RICO Liability
  • Now Playing History arrives on Pixel 2 and 2 XL

    2018-11-05T17:23:10Z via squeet.me To: Public

    One of the coolest little features that came with the Pixel 2 was Now Playing, which would listen out for any music that was playing around you and try to identify it. It's basically an always-on Shazam that shows you the track names on the lockscreen.

    There's always been one major drawback, though — if you're not looking at your phone while the song is playing, you'll miss out. Until the launch of the Pixel 3, there was no such thing as a list of all the songs previously identified.

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    Now Playing History arrives on Pixel 2 and 2 XL was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
  • Confused about the Pixel 3's missing 60fps video option? Here's what's going on

    2018-11-05T17:21:54Z via squeet.me To: Public

    As soon as the Pixel 3 shipped, customers began identifying a missing element in the camera app. Although marketing materials promised that users could record video at 60fps in 1080p, there was (and still is) no manual setting for switching to the higher frame rate, which some Pixel 3 owners argue is false advertising. In fact, it's not even possible to manually set video to 60fps in 720p. Almost a month later, Google has acknowledged the issue, but hasn't promised a fix yet.

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    Confused about the Pixel 3's missing 60fps video option? Here's what's going on was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
  • Amazon Offering Free Shipping On Everything This Holiday Season, Starting Today

    2018-11-05T17:07:37Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Amazon has announced today that it is going to be offering free shipping on everything, and to everyone this holiday season. Instead of having the $25 threshold for free shipping, everything is going to be eligible for free shipping. And the best part is, this all starts today. So you can start your holiday shopping now and not have to worry about free shipping. Now this free shipping is not the free two-day shipping that Amazon Prime members are able to take advantage of. It'll be slower shipping, but with it being over a month and a half until Christmas, that's not a big deal right now. Though you can still sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime and enjoy that fast, two-day shipping or pay for really cheap next day delivery (usually around $3.99). In the past, other retailers like Walmart, Target, Kohls, Staples and others, have been offering up free shipping during the holidays, to try and compete with Amazon and its Prime subscription. Though, this year it may not matter. Since Amazon is offering free shipping on everything, even for those that are not Amazon Prime members. Previously, Amazon only offered free shipping on orders of $25 or more, so if you were only purchasing something small, like a notebook that was a couple of bucks, Amazon forced you to pay the shipping there, but that's not the case anymore. And is likely going to lead to even more people using Amazon for their shopping this holiday season. Amazon's senior vice president of North American Retail, Doug Herrington stated that "this holiday, customers can enjoy free shipping with no minimum purchase amount on orders that will arrive in time for Christmas, including items from Amazon's expertly curated Gift Guides." Herrington explains that this is not taking the place of Prime's free two-day shipping and even same-day delivery in some areas. This is going to be slower shipping than what Prime members experience. Background: Typically, the free shipping was reserved for Amazon's Prime members, as that was one of the big perks of signing up for its yearly membership - which is now $119 for 12 months. Is that you can get unlimited free two-day shipping on millions of items from Amazon. Though, on the surface, the announcement today looks like they were undercutting Prime's biggest feature, but they actually aren't It's simply free shipping, not fast, two-day shipping. So if you are a Prime member, it's still a worthwhile subscription to keep. As mentioned, in the past, the threshold was around $25 for free shipping on most items. And this was because shipping smaller items that are only worth a few bucks means that Amazon is losing money shipping the item. But this year Amazon has decided to take the hit. Of course, they will likely make it all back, especially during this busy holiday season. Amazon is actually expecting this holiday season to be a bit slower than it has been in the past. And that was according to their last quarterly earnings call. The company is still expecting a larger quarter than the rest of the year, just nothing as big as analysts would normally expect. Though getting rid of the free shipping threshold will definitely help Amazon sell even more products and perhaps have a better quarter than it had first expected to have. Which would be great news to investors. With this news though, the competitors of Amazon are really going to feel it. They were already dropping shipping fees on everything to compete with Amazon, but now that Amazon has dropped the threshold altogether, it's going to make it tougher for them to compete. Which could result in deeper discounts at brick and mortar stores like Walmart and Staples. Impact: This is going to have a big impact on Amazon's holiday season, and it could also mean that items will go out of stock much faster now. Amazon kickstarted its Early Black Friday sales last week, on Thursday. So it is already in full holiday shopping season gear, which is not a huge surprise, since this is Amazon's bread and butter, so to speak. There are already a ton of great deals available on Amazon, partly because it is Alexa's fourth birthday so there are a ton of Alexa products discounted pretty heavily right now. Which means that you can get started on your holiday shopping right now, which is a bit early, but it's better to take advantage of those deals than to miss out. Black Friday takes place on November 23 this year, and it's the biggest shopping day of the year, followed by Cyber Monday on November 26. As we do every single year, we will be looking for the best tech deals and posting them on the site all month long, and particularly on Black Friday through Christmas. So if you don't have time to find the best deals, you can check out our site or Twitter, to find out the best deals as they are happening. Many retailers are starting to discount many products for Black Friday pretty early. So now is definitely the time to start paying attention to sales, for your holiday shopping. We also have a ton of gift guides that will be rolling out shortly, that will help you pick out the perfect gift for everyone that is on your list. This is the time of the year where you see the deepest discounts on virtually everything, so you're going to want to make sure you take advantage of them. And now with Amazon getting rid of that free shipping threshold, it's a great time to really take advantage of Amazon's low prices on everything, even the small stuff that you would be buying anyways. Amazon always has a ton of sales going on for everyday purchases, as well as the big stuff like laptops, smartphones and so much more. You can view Amazon's full news release about the dropping of the $25 free shipping threshold at the link down below. 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  • Some Google Pixel 3 Users Now Reporting Camera Crashes

    2018-11-05T17:07:37Z via squeet.me To: Public

    The cameras of Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL flagships are apparently crashing for some users whenever the hardware is accessed by third-party apps, according to various reports from around the web, including those from the phones' official support forums. Specifically, the hardware is reported to crash any time the camera is instantiated from any application other than the "Camera" application itself, including any app that accesses the hardware rather than the device's gallery functions. That means that many options for video calling or photo sharing that depend on the hardware instead of previously taken images simply stop the cameras from working. What's more, the hardware reportedly doesn't recover at all, even in the primary Camera application, until the phones are completely rebooted. Performing a factory reset or running the device in safe mode doesn't appear to alleviate the problem either. Google is reportedly replacing handsets for at least some users but hasn't provided any timeframe for a fix or any details about what the problem might be. Background: This isn't at all the first time the latest Google-made Android flagship has had camera-related issues. Prior to these reports, the company's smartphone was reported to be having trouble with actually saving photos after they'd been taken. In effect, users would snap an image normally through the built-in camera software and the UI would respond as though a picture had been taken. The preview image typically shown in-app following a successful snap was still there, leading users to believe that the photo had been saved normally. However, when users would then proceed to a gallery application, such as Google Photos, they'd find that the image wasn't successfully saved anywhere. That's been an apparent problem with some Google handsets since the company's Pixel 2 family landed on the market and has persisted through Android OS updates. As with those previous reports, AndroidHeadlines was not able to recreate the newly surfaced issues. That seems to suggest that neither problem is widespread but Google hasn't been forthcoming with any fixes either. Moreover, there doesn't seem to be any indication, for now, with regard to what exactly the underlying malfunction is. If either the 'disappearing photo' or the newer crashing problem is software related, then the search giant would most likely be able to roll out an update to fix any wayward code causing it. If it's hardware related, the only fix will be to replace devices for users that are experiencing the problem. For the time being, Google has been replacing some smartphones in both cases but, publicly, has been all but silent on the matters. Impact: As mentioned above, AndroidHeadlines has been unable to verify the problem. That doesn't mean, however, that the problem won't crop up at some point regardless of what is causing the malfunction. Meanwhile, consumers that bought the flagship and are experiencing the problem are understandably not happy. The cameras have consistently been a key selling point for the Google Pixel lineup. So, although the company might fix the problem with a future update, cross-generational issues like this are not going to go unnoticed and could begin to damage the company's reputation on the hardware front.
  • Mother of Three Shoots Home Invasion Suspect, Says, ‘I Would’ve Killed Him If I Had To’

    2018-11-05T17:07:29Z via squeet.me To: Public

    A mother of three in South Carolina sprang into action to protect her family when she heard a strange man trying to break into her home.

    Ashley Jones told FOX Carolina she heard someone banging on her door early Thursday morning and peeked out the window to see who it was. After calling out to see who was there, Jones said she heard voices near her front door. That’s when she grabbed her gun and dialed 911.
    Ashley Jones pulled the trigger when she says the intruder kicked in her door and tried to enter her home. (WSPA video screenshot)
    “I yelled, ‘I have a gun, I will shoot you, get away from my house,’” Jones recalled.

    The gun-toting mom said she spotted a man in a red shirt knocking on the window near her door. She said the man and a second suspect then made their way to the back of the house and tried entering a back door before coming back around to the front.

    Shots rang out moments later when Jones said the intruder kicked down her door and attempted to enter her home. Home surveillance captured the harrowing encounter.

    “Something just came over me, and I got calm,” she said. “My heart slowed down and I got focused … I told myself if he comes in here, you cannot let him get past your doorstep. You have three young children to protect.”

    Jones said she pulled the trigger, hitting the man. He tried to run off, but police had arrived to the scene by that time.

    Authorities later identified the suspect as 42-year-old Cecil Charles Parnell of Anderson, S.C. The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office said Parnell was treated at a local area hospital for non life-threatening injuries. He’s now charged with first-degree burglary.

    As for the woman who was with Parnell, she won’t face charges, according to Detective Nikki Carson. Investigators added that a neighbor reported the same woman and a man had banged on her door earlier that morning before 6 a.m, attempting to get in.

    Jones said “I would’ve killed him if I had to” if Parnell had tried to take another step in her home. Although she was hesitant about owning a firearm at first, the mom said she’s glad she was armed because she might not have been able to fight off the intruder. Jones’ three young children were asleep in their rooms when the attack unfolded.

    “ [If]I didn’t have any kind of weapons I don’t know what I would have did. That guy was kind of big,” she told FOX Carolina. “I never thought I would have to shoot that gun, ever.”

    Police say there appears to be no connection between the suspects and the homeowner. Parnell is currently being held at the the Anderson County Detention Center with no bail.

    Watch more in the video below.

  • RHOA Fans Cry Foul as Porsha Williams Hospitalized, Kenya Moore Gives Birth on Same Day As Premiere

    2018-11-05T17:04:08Z via squeet.me To: Public

    New mom Kenya Moore and mom to be Porsha Williams, both spent their Sundays in the hospital and it was the same day that “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” premiered. As a result, fans are crying foul.

    The 11th season of the long-running Bravo series bowed Nov. 4 and as fans caught up with the lives of Williams’, Nene Leakes, Eva Marcille, Kandi Burruss and Cynthia Bailey, news broke that Moore had given birth to her first baby and expectant mother Williams had been hospitalized.

    After suffering from a complication that forced her to give birth sooner than expected, Moore welcomed daughter Brooklyn Doris Daly Sunday morning, People magazine reported.

    That same day, Leakes posted on Instagram that Williams needed some prayers after she suffered some pain, which Leakes disclosed on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that night.

    “Send some prayers and good vibes to our Tink Tink @porsha4real today #goodvibesonly #babyPJisdoingfine #aunteenene #babyboom #RHOA11 Bild/Foto,” Leakes captioned a photo Williams purportedly sent her from the hospital bed.
    Fans claimed both moments were done on purpose in order to steal the light from each other and the season premiere.

    “She would have the baby the day the show premieres the new seasonBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto

    “But y’all, Brooklyn Doris Daly is just as shady and petty as her mama. She came on RHOA premiere day Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto Karma is bishhhhh. So happy for Kenya and Marc Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto

    Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto Praise The Most High!! Bild/FotoBild/Foto So grateful they are doing well! I’ve been checking for this news all days. Baby Brooklyn’s appearing on the premier night is nothing short of her mom’s talent for stealing the show!!! Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto

    “Nene and Porsha this was well planned to try and take Kenya shine but no weapon shall form or prosper… Nene you are very wicked and Porsha your karma will be your child.”

    “Nene is so f—ng annoying and bitter… she know damn well ain’t nothing strong with porsha she just couldn’t stand baby Daly getting all the attn today… Nene always trying to divert attn from Kenya.”

    “Amazing how Keyna & Marc can’t have 24 hours of happiness with the birth of their daughter. Shame on the Housewives of Atlanta…….”
  • 2018-11-05T16:59:33Z via squeet.me To: Public

    A Mom Gets in Trouble for Being a Sex Offender Even Though She Wasn't Convicted of a Sex Crime
  • 2018-11-05T16:59:31Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Virginia Cop Charged in Shooting That Got Him Named Officer of the Month
  • Check your Play Store app—Google is giving away $2-5 credits

    2018-11-05T16:56:59Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Everyone likes free money, and you can maybe get some of that right now in the Play Store client on your phone. We've gotten numerous reports of a free credit offer appearing in the store, and some AP staffers have seen it themselves. So, what are you waiting for?

    To check if you've got the credit, just open the Play Store and scroll down just past the first block of app suggestions.

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    Check your Play Store app—Google is giving away $2-5 credits was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
  • 56 temporarily free and 32 on-sale apps and games to start the week

    2018-11-05T16:37:45Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Another week has begun and November is already off to a solid start. Deals are beginning to pour in and they will continue to do (in ever increasing numbers) as the days go by. Today's list of app sales is reflective of this. As an added bonus, the scales have tipped toward the free side this time around — that doesn't happen too often. Anyway, take a look through what's on offer.

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    56 temporarily free and 32 on-sale apps and games to start the week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
  • Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free

    2018-11-05T16:37:44Z via squeet.me To: Public

    We launched a Twitch channel earlier this year, designed to be the new home of the Android Police Podcast. Since then, we've started a second weekly show (on Tuesday nights), where we answer questions from live viewers. Now our Twitch channel is an affiliate, meaning you can support our live content with Twitch subscriptions - at no cost to yourself, if you have Amazon Prime.

    For those of you not familiar with Twitch, you can follow a channel for free (you'll get alerts when it goes live), but you can also pay for a subscription.

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    Android Police is now a Twitch affiliate, Amazon Prime subscribers can support us for free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
  • Princess Love Wants Answers After Husband Ray J Continues to Talk About Sex Life with Kim Kardashian

    2018-11-05T16:37:41Z via squeet.me To: Public

    Ray J has baffled his wife Princess Love for continuing to keep the name of his ex of over a decade in his mouth.

    The “Love and Hip Hop Hollywood” star recently gave an interview to the UK’s The Sun and disclosed some personal secrets about Kim Kardashian.
    (Jesse Grant/Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)
    “Kim and I had fun times — marathon sessions,” Ray J blabbed Thursday, Nov. 1 during what was described as a booze-filled night out in London. “But she didn’t like getting sweaty and would stop to do her make-up if she did.

    “She liked to look dope during sex, the right lighting, setting the mood. She was wild — there was a red Louis Vuitton trunk of sex toys,” the rapper added.

    By the time a fan tweeted about Ray J’s claims Sunday, Nov. 4, Kardashian denied what he alleged while dismissing it as humorous.

    “Or shows he’s a pathological liar Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto you actually believe this story? It’s too funny to me!” she tweeted.
    Or shows he’s a pathological liar Bild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto you actually believe this story? It’s too funny to me!

    — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian) November 4, 2018

    Many fans were puzzled about why Ray J continues to discuss Kardashian after they went viral for releasing a sex tape in 2006 and split not long after.

    And soon, Princess Love echoed those sentiments.

    “@rayj how are you still this annoying with a wife and child? Are you obsessed? I really thought you called down a lot after baby melody.”

    “Whew Chile..talk about nothing better to do lol. Ray J has a whole wife and child why he still discussing Kim? For a check?”

    “Obsessed much?Bild/FotoBild/Foto Kim gets the last laugh because you still talking about her when you have a whole wife and new babyBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/FotoBild/Foto #clownsession.”

    “Why is he still talking about her while he’s married. I would be so annoyed if I was his wife…”

    “@honeeey.t I’m trying to figure out the same thing,” she replied to an Instagram user in agreeance.


    what's with all these gossip posts?

    McClane at 2018-11-07T17:07:20Z

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