12 Times Celebrities Got Ridiculously High on Camera

There are a lot of activities we wish we could do with our favorite celebrity: cooking with Chrissy Teigen, selfie-taking with the Kardashians, perusing pictures of Zayn Malik on the internet with Gigi Hadid. The list goes on. But perhaps the activity we’ve been dying to do the most is getting high with our favorite weed-loving celebrities. MORE: 10 Celebrities Who Wore Shirts With Their Own Faces on Them And though it’s unlikely we’ll ever have Rihanna pass us her blunt, we can at least smoke with them in spirit. Thanks…

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JAY-Z on 'Saturday Night Live': 5 Things We Want to See

Before dropping off his stellar magnum opus 4:44 in June, JAY-Z flew under the radar years and kept his public appearances to a minimum. Now, the… Source link

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New trailers: Annihilation, Maze Runner, Spielberg, and more

Last weekend, I burned through Neo Yokio, which is the new love-it-or-hate-it must-watch series on Netflix. It’s a six-episode anime voiced by a ton of big stars, but the most important thing to know is that it comes from Vampire Weekend leader Ezra Koenig. And I suspect that if you like Vampire Weekend’s simultaneous embrace and mockery of high society, you’ll also find something to like in the show. There’s a lot to unpack, but the thing that I want to focus on really briefly is Neo Yokio‘s world: it…

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Suspect in Young Dolph Shooting Released Without Charges

In a new development of the Young Dolph Los Angeles shooting, police officials released Corey McClendon, the Tennessee man who was… Source link

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Google plans to upgrade two-factor authentication tool after high-profile hacks

Google plans on upgrading its two-factor authentication tool with an improved, physical security measure aimed at protecting high-profile users from politically motivated cyberattacks, according to a report from Bloomberg. The new service, to be called Advanced Protection Program and potentially slated to launch next month, will trade out the standard authentication process for services like Gmail and Google Drive with physical USB security keys. The service would also restrict the types of third-party apps and services that could connect to a user’s Google account. The changes are not likely to…

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