Friday, November 01, 2013

#StopBlackGirls2013, River Phoenix, MickJagger, Katy Perry, Rachel Maddow

Well, we survived another Halloween: made it to Friday, November 1st, 2013!

Here's a look at the event shaping our lives and filling our concerns today!

BUZZ ::: A twitter hashtag got an awful lot of people excited for a few minutes of internet time... In her teenage dream? Mick Jagger says he never hit on Katy Perry when she was 18... Rachel Maddow mocked Rand Paul for plagiarism, but she’s been accused of doing the same...

TEE VEE ::: CBS has been telling anyone who will watch or listen that only 6 people signed up for Obamacare at a time when the government claimed MILLIONS were... and the network has the docs to PROVE it!

While Washington fiddles with Obamacare, Drudge punches through a scarey day-after-All-Hallows headline: Chinese Planning to nuke US!

POP CULTURE ::: New book on River Phoenix details his short life on 20th anniversary of actor's death.

Trending on Twitter ::: #EndersGame #fashion #TodayRunesiaGBK #nieuws with South Korean boy band Super Junior rising in the ranks... 

Around The Blogsophere ::: China: Photoshop Propaganda Explained31 October 2013

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