People have some concerns about Amazon Key.
Amazon Key is a new service that allows strangers to enter your home, hide in your closet, and kill you in your sleep. Free with Prime!
— Michael Hicks (@MikeH5856) October 25, 2017
@MikeH5856, imagining a crime that could possibly be committed with the help of Amazon Key, a new service the company announced Wednesday. (Amazon founder Jeff Bezos owns Express.) With a $249.99 kit, Amazon Prime subscribers can allow delivery drivers to drop packages inside their homes, or let other people such as guests or a cleaning service in as well. Some argued that the new feature could endanger people of color. “This will get black & brown Amazon delivery people killed,” @samwhiteout tweeted. Here’s the Amazon promo video:
What holiday is “The Nightmare Before Christmas” about?
I'm drawing a line in the sand. The nightmare before Christmas is a CHRISTMAS MOVIE and there is no debate.
— Maxwell Rogers (@GravyMind69) October 24, 2017
@GravyMind69, tweeting about the online debate about whether “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is a Christmas or Halloween movie. In 2015, birthmoviesdeath.com reported that the film’s director, Henry Selick, said it’s actually a Halloween movie.
Nightmare Before Christmas the best Halloween movie. Don't debate me on this.
— Myles (@mmthegrizzly) October 23, 2017
— William Keilsohn (@KingWAK42) October 21, 2017
Former barista shares super extra Starbucks orders.
“14 shots espresso, 20 pumps pumpkin spice syrup, almond milk, extra pumpkin topping, no whipped cream.”
theblacknerd, sharing a photo of a Pumpkin Spice Latte order in a Tumblr compilation of the worst drink orders he ever made as a Starbucks barista. Another was for a nonfat venti Chestnut Praline Latte with seven pumps of chestnut syrup, sugar-free cinnamon dolce and nine Splendas. Ridiculous!
Kellogg’s responds after person points out racial bias on its cereal box.
— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) October 24, 2017
@saladinahmed, pointing out to Kellogg’s on Tuesday that art on a box of Corn Pops had racist undertones. Kellogg’s tweeted back that same day, saying that “we did not intend to offend,” and that updated artwork will be in stores soon.
Kellogg is committed to diversity & inclusion. We did not intend to offend – we apologize. The artwork is updated & will be in stores soon.
— Kellogg's (@KelloggsUS) October 24, 2017
These millennial movie titles are hilarious.
Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Anxiety b/c I can barely afford my crappy studio apartment, bills, food & healthcare #MillennialAMovie
— sarah gourdon (@sarahhyland87) October 25, 2017
@sarahhyland87, playing off “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” with the trending hashtag #MillennialAMovie. Instead of “You’ve Got Mail,” @EmilieLetranger tweeted: “You’ve got Kale.” The movie “Mean Girls” became “Meme Girls” from @MichaelGVine.
— B (@oreooo_b) October 25, 2017