But the exact same message, saying "looting" will lead to "shooting" and referencing "THUGS," was posted to Trump's Facebook account at 1:10am ET, just a few minutes after his initial tweet. The President's message was also posted to Instagram, which is owned by Facebook. … [Read more...] about Zuckerberg silent as Trump uses Facebook and Instagram to threaten ‘looting’ will lead to ‘shooting’
Blair has taken to the photo-sharing platform to post about her ongoing battle with MS, an “unpredictable, often disabling disease that disrupts the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body," according to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. … [Read more...] about Selma Blair posts picture on Instagram, praised by fans as ‘glam warrior’
During an appearance on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" a fan called in and asked if she felt "weird" being friends with them. "I don't think that's weird at all. I think that's great. Why can't everyone be friends?" she responded. … [Read more...] about New couple Nina Dobrev and Shawn White become Instagram official
I can tell you that it was The Black Cat in Penngrove, Calif., where I first tasted Moonlight’s “Death and Taxes,” the Third Stop near the Beverly Center in Los Angeles for Craftsman’s “Triple White Sage,” and that the first time I tasted properly presented real ale it was Stone’s “Levitation,” at The Linkery in San Diego. A decade and a half later, each of those pubs is gone, but all three of three breweries have grown mightily in prominence and esteem. … [Read more...] about Miss your local bar? Try Instagram.
A reporter for a Houston television station posted a video clip on Twitter of Floyd scoring a touchdown as a tight end for Houston’s Jack Yates High School during a 1992 game. In an Instagram post, Jackson wrote, “Twin was really living through me. He was talented in 2 sports and the difference between me and bro was I had more opportunity than he did. … [Read more...] about Ex-Warrior Stephen Jackson mourns ‘Twin’ George Floyd, who died after neck was pinned to ground by officer’s knee