Things We Saw Today: This Adorable Halloween Google Doodle Is Making Us Cry Spooky Tears

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Happy Halloween, you spooky beauties! Have you seen today’s Google Doodle? If not, brace yourselves for a whole lot of feelings as you watch Jinx the ghost search for the perfect Halloween costume … and their place in the world. I mean, It’s not Jinx’s fault that they were born a spoopy ghost. Luckily, the power of friendship is stronger even than spoopiness.

  • Keep those happy tears coming: Tegan and Sara are making their Archie comics debut! (via MTV)
  • Guess what everyone, Harvey Weinstein reportedly sees himself as a “martyr for social change.” Wow, what a hero massive tool. (via Jezebel)
  • Instead of listing off their measurements (which is apparently a thing beauty pageant contestants have to do), these women competing for Miss Peru listed off more important numbers: statistics on the prevalence of violence against women. (via Vox)
  • This young girl threw out the first pitch for Game 4 of the World Series this weekend using her 3D-printed robotic arm (via HuffPost)

Stay safe and spooky out there tonight and let me know what you all saw out there on that fine internet.

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