Some people on Twitter have the hots for Pennywise from “It.”
@hstylegends, tweeting about Bill Skarsgard, the actor who plays Pennywise the Clown in the “It” movie remake. When some people realized what Skarsgard looks like underneath the costume makeup, it gave them complicated feelings. “I’m scared of him because of ‘It’ but then I’m deeply madly in love with him,” @alexisccardiel tweeted.
Thankfully for Jemele Hill, Sarah Huckabee Sanders doesn’t run human resources for ESPN.
Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/ other white supremacists.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) September 11, 2017
@jemelehill, ESPN “SportsCenter” host Jemele Hill, tweeting her unfiltered opinion of President Trump on Monday evening. ESPN called Hill’s comments “inappropriate” and said they “do not represent” the network. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Hill’s comments are a “fireable offense.”
These Gainesville, Fa. cops are hot and the internet is HERE for it.
“So if I don’t remain silent, will something be held against me? Just want to be clear on the rights.”
Robin Lewis, commenting on the Gainesville, Fla. police department’s viral Facebook picture of three “hot cops” getting ready for the night shift. Women commented with all variety of police-related innuendo, some that even made the police chief blush. The department said a calendar fundraiser is planned.
Check out this nun with a chainsaw.
@MiamiDadePD, the Miami-Dade Police Department, tweeted this photo of a nun using a chainsaw while wearing her habit to clean up after Hurricane Irma. People loved the photo. “A nun with a chainsaw! Right on! Just awesome!” @ginger_bruner tweeted.
Nice, but actually I really would NOT wear that habit while wielding a chain saw in the wind.
— katemoos (@katemoos) September 13, 2017
Twitter is pissed at these guys who want to replace bodegas.
Wealthy tech bros are so uncomfortable interacting w working class POC that they think a glorified vending machine is better than a bodega. https://t.co/wPWhfkwBrx
— vero bayetti flores (@veroconplatanos) September 13, 2017
@veroconplatanos, dragging the “Bodega,” a concept pitched by two Google veterans to replace mom-and-pop bodegas. It’s basically a pantry vending machine that people use an app to make purchases from. Fifty new Bodega locations opened on the West Coast on Wednesday. “We need more bodegas and fewer tech entrepreneurs,” @daveexmachina tweeted.
Weird that they're calling this heinous vending machine "Bodega" and not "Gentrification Box" https://t.co/xPCozclRRD
— Tristan Cooper (@TristanACooper) September 13, 2017