So, Vine could be coming back.
me: 2017 has been a shi-
person: vine is returning
me: 2017 HAS BEEN A GREAT YEAR!!!
— Mr. Warrick (@JackPWarrick) December 6, 2017
@JackPWarrick, tweeting about the news that it looks like Vine 2 is on its way. Dom Hofmann, the co-founder of the now defunct Vine app — which was shut down last January — tweeted the logo “V2” on Wednesday. Then, Twitter account @Vine2Creators appeared and tweeted: “#Vine2 is in production and will be released 2018.” That account is not verified, however. Nonetheless, fans of the six-second looping video app rejoiced. “2 vine 2 furious,” @cdogwilly wrote. @bleuvaIentine tweeted: “the only thing that can cure my depression is the return of vine.”
if we actually get vine 2 can we keep it a secret from all the cheesy ass viners who ruined the last one
— charllotte loves jongin (@jonginslaugh) December 6, 2017
Atlanta anchor calls out racist viewer on air.
“On December 5, 2017, you think it’s okay to call this journalist a n—–. I don’t, but I could clap back and say a few things to you. But instead, I’ll let your words, Kathy Rae, speak for themselves.”
CBS Atlanta Anchor Sharon Reed, personally calling out on air a viewer who sent her a racist email. The woman called Reed a racial slur for addressing racism in the Atlanta mayor’s race. Reed shared the content of the email and the woman’s name on TV in response.
News anchor Sharon Reed responds on air to a viewer who calls her the N-word. This Atlanta Mayoral race has people fiesty tonight. pic.twitter.com/Vgri3oXnGN
— Billy Michael Honor (@BillyMHonor) December 6, 2017
Time names those who spoke out the Person of the Year 2017.
This was conceived, reported and written by women. It was fact-checked by women. The video was shot and edited by women. The layout and photo spread were designed by women. It's one of the reasons I'm proud to work at @time https://t.co/ekMMIBV0Vc
— Charlotte Alter (@CharlotteAlter) December 6, 2017
@CharlotteAlter, a correspondent for Time, sharing her pride in the Person of the Year issue, which recognizes those who broke the silence around sexual assault. In the bottom right of the cover photo is the arm of a nameless hospital worker, to represent those who have not been able to come forward.
— TIME (@TIME) December 6, 2017
Twitter, Outback give man his bloomin’ onion dream.
We should’ve made that harder Send us a DM so we can get your measurements to the onion fryer. #thisishappening
— Outback Steakhouse (@Outback) December 5, 2017
@Outback, fulfilling its promise to a man who wanted to be the Bloomin’ Onion mascot. Tampa man Ryan Nanni, @celebrityhottub, tweeted that it is his dream to be the Bloomin’ Onion mascot at the Outback Bowl hosted in Tampa Bay. The steakhouse chain told him if he got 10,000 retweets it would grant his wish — and Twitter delivered Nanni his 10,000 retweets.