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Sigala goes near—on dates, to parties and to restaurants—with his black backpack and MacBook laptop just in case something tweet-worthy breaks. He was driving “The most unsubtle difference in the social conversations around the 2012 and 2016
Consecrated Week, Good Friday, and all of the celebrations that all come with this time of year, including spring break. What better to look foster to than over a week out of school? But sometimes certain problems arise during breaks. While so many children
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The communiqu was clear: Samsung brought its hardware-design chops to the table, while working closely with the leading chipmaker and the company behind Windows 10. In theory, then, the TabPro S, was to imitate the best that each tech titan had to offer.
Carry on August, Bernie Sanders sat on a Craigslist-bought beige couch in his Washington office plotting to snitch the social media spotlight from 10 Republicans taking the stage for the first televised debate of the 2016 presidential effort. Next to the Democratic presidential candidate, 74, sat 27-year-old Hector Sigala, his digital media foreman. For the next two hours, Sigala turned Sanders’ sometimes acerbic, sometimes funny running commentary into a creek of 140-character tweets using the hashtag #DebateWithBernie that stole the show—at least on Twitter. Some 17 million people were reached during the question, according to the campaign’s Twitter data reviewed by Reuters. It was the first in a string of Twitter wins by Sanders during a presidential contend widely viewed as a coming-of-age moment for social media in national politics. Sanders didn’t even ban when the debate was interrupted by commercials. When an ad for a new Tom Hanks film appeared, he tweeted: “Tom Hanks. Eight months later, Sigala is a key lieutenant in the Sanders offensive for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, one of a new breed of digital media specialists who have become indispensable in an appointment where platforms like Twitter allow candidates to communicate with supporters easily, bash opponents or in a jiffy counter-attack. Sigala goes everywhere—on dates, to parties and to restaurants—with his black backpack and MacBook laptop just in if it happens something tweet-worthy breaks. He was driving his cousin to the airport last Wednesday when Donald Trump, the frontrunner for the Republican nomination, said women who end pregnancies should be punished if the Mutual States bans abortion, comments that were widely condemned. Sigala pulled the car over and tweeted: “Your Republican frontrunner, ladies and gentlemen. Sanders has shut up shop to 2 million followers on his Twitter campaign. Source: fortune.com
A parturition driver from Luton has been found guilty of plotting a terror attack on US military personnel in the UK as a show of his allegiance to the self-styled Islamic Shape group. What does his case say about the nature of the threat faced by the UK. Three months. Three juries. And each has found beyond sane doubt evidence of attack planning in the UK linked to the self-styled Islamic State fighting grouping. The three cases that have seen convictions are part of the seven IS-linked plots referred to by the prime minister - although not in a million years officially detailed - that he says prove the group's threat to the UK. Just before Christmas, Nadir Syed was found guilty of planning an destruction in London timed for around Remembrance Day 2014. Separately, two London students are facing life sentences for organising what would have been a "vigour-by" shooting in the capital. The third man heading to jail is Junead Khan, a pharmaceutical company delivery driver from Luton. His pain in the neck heard he wanted to emulate the killers of Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich in 2013. He planned to run over a member of the US military casing RAF Lakenheath or RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk - the two massive bases used by the US Air Force. Junead was accused alongside his uncle, Shazib Khan (who, confusingly, is younger than him) of planning to go to contravene in Syria. The jury found Shazib guilty of preparing to travel to Syria to join IS. Junead Khan was also found wrong of preparing to travel to Syria, as well as the more serious charge of preparing to carry out a terror attack on US military personnel in Britain. His certainty is the first where there has been evidence in open court that the suspect was in direct contact with a British IS fighter who was assisting the plans. Source: www.bbc.co.uk
Pokemon fans, we all want nothing more than a actual life Pikachu to be our walking companion, fight our battles, and, most importantly, be there for snuggling. Pika snuggles are the best, most electrifying of snuggles. Until we find ‘em all, we can count on The Pokémon Company to make our plush dreams come true, because next week they are launching a limited edition border of Pikachu pillows and merch. These furry Pikachu come in both male and female versions, the latter differentiated by eyelashes and flowers behind the ears. Buy and sell includes fun keychains to hang from your backpack or purse, and slippers (because fuzzy Pikachu slippers are a must). And an “oversized” plush. No quip, these Pikachu are enormous at over two feet tall, the pillows are twice the size of a normal Pikachu. Those dimensions don’t even group Pika’s long ears, adding another foot to the height. This huggable Pocket Monster is no longer purloin-sized but you still can’t help but squeeze it to your heart’s content. Only 100 of these Pokemon pillows will be produced and will cost $70 for the up. Sorry, Pokémon trainers, these sweet things will only be sold in Japan. But if being a Pokémon Master is truly your fortune, I’m sure you’ll find a way to catch one of these exclusive pillows for yourself. Would you buy a giant Pikachu pillow. IMAGES: Polygon. H/T: Polygon. Source: nerdist.com