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Turns out Bieber's evil sorcery is even more powerful than we thought. It's a hell of a clever escape plan, though.
Grammar: It's the little things that make all the difference.
Not only has CNN spent the entire morning going full-tilt on the Bieber arrest, it's going to air what appears to be an hour-long special report tomorrow night at 10PM titled "Bieber's Troubles."
Thanks to programming restructuring by Jeff Zucker, CNN just last month laid off around 40 people. One of them was apparently a pregnant producer who was just a few weeks away from giving birth to twins.
But that's the beauty of a roast: Everybody's in on it and everybody's equal. The color of your skin doesn't matter; your gender or sexual orientation or ethnicity doesn't matter; your personal sensitivities aren't indulged at all but neither are anyone else's. What you see at a roast is the egalitarian dream put forth by a million indignant crusaders across social media accomplished in a way they simply could never allow themselves to accept.
Brazilian Tati Neves filmed Justin sleeping peacefully in his bed. Like a baby - because he is a baby (this is after he’s been spotted leaving a brothel and spraying grafitti on a hotel wall). While it's a sign Justin Bieber's security isn't very good, it also lets the world know he isn't a Vampire. Here's why.
Paramount is lamenting the underperformance of 13 Hours and blaming liberal audiences for not giving it a chance. Maybe it shouldn't have made and marketed a movie that was 100% conservative fan service then.
In CNN's ongoing crusade to make itself into a reputation-ending global laughingstock in the name of a short-term ratings boost, the network will now put its name behind anything any idiot viewer can dream up and tweet without misspelling @CNN.