Things We Saw Today: Michael Moore Tweets About How Women Can’t Be Bad, Gets Served Epic Takedown
Well… this is spectacularly not true https://t.co/f23ZDTrJFr
— Jessica Ellis (@baddestmamajama) October 30, 2016
Back in October, Michael Moore tweeted about how women had no part in some of the most heinous evils in world history. He presented this tweet as part of an argument that women should take charge, all of which was in support of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. Thing is though, Jessica Ellis (hey, great first name), senior weekend editor over at Hello Giggles, wasn’t having any of that pedestal-placing, and came back at him with a thread that’s absolutely worth your time to read. (via Damn LOL)
- If you’re in Chicago on Monday, you can check out a free concert featuring Chance the Rapper, who’s performing in order to encourage people to vote. Oh, and if you hail from Chicago, congrats to you and your Cubs. Heck of a World Series, y’all. (via Complex)
- At the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, 50 women photographers have taken over and are displaying their work as part of a project and group called “#girlgaze: a frame of mind.” Gorgeous work! (via The Creators Project)
We have seen the end of the singularity, and it is Brian Kane’s otherworldly mashup of Amazon’s Echo/Alexa with the Singing Bass that dominated Christmas so many years ago. (via The Verge)
- For the Dōntokagashi harvest festival, a group of folks built a massive Godzilla statue out of straw on a hill in the Japanese countryside. (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- Saturday Night Live and Dave Chappelle fans, get stoked: the comedian will be back on television to host SNL next Saturday, November 12th. (via /Film)
Dang, that’s a hecking lot of hecks. What’d you see today?
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