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Questions have become answers! In a sitdown with CNN, supercool voice actress Susan Bennett talks about what it’s like to be telling the 25% of the population who own iPhones (that's 78 million people, yo) if it’s going to rain or where they can buy pizza. That's right: She's Siri. Bennett recorded the Siri voice all the way back in July 2005. At the time, she had “no idea where [it] would end up.” She didn’t even hear herself on the iPhone until a friend called...
“In the United States of America, all men are created equal. Women? Eh... not so much.”  This is the rallying cry behind filmmaker Kamala Lopez’s newest documentary: Equal Means Equal. Following social justice visionaries like Michael Moore (Sicko) and Morgan Spurlock (Supersize Me), Lopez and company are “journeying across the country to learn what women think about their lives, how/if they want them to change and what difference a constitutional Equal Rights Amendment would have on them.” The best part? You can help: Kamala Lopez has...
Between 1908 and 1924, a photographer named Lewis Hine worked for the National Child Labor Committee, documenting the lives of child workers across the country. Now, the Library of Congress has collected more than 5,000 of these photographs, along with the story behind each one. Though your mind may be stuck in "Newsies" mode right now, the collection actually reveals a forgotten gamut of young women and girls in the strangest and most shocking of situations. "Four-year-old Mary, who shucks two pots of oysters a day...
Get ready to let the awwww’s flow because this tiny human is truly adorable! Last Friday, October 4th, dance teacher Tianne King and her daughter Heaven (such an appropriate name!) showcased their dance moves on The Ellen Show. The two became internet-famous back in May of this year when Tianne uploaded to YouTube a video of the duo dancing to Beyoncé’s “End of Time.” Here’s the original video of the two: At the time of the video, Heaven was only two. Now at the ripe age...
There's "too far" and then there's "too far." These anti-Hillary Clinton buttons, seen at a California Republican Party convention this past weekend, go "too far" and infinitely beyond; pretty much entering an entirely new realm of oh-so-wrong. Carla Marinucci of the San Francisco Chronicle tweeted the above picture on Saturday, saying these "popular" buttons were being displayed outside of a VIP reception area. Less than an hour after Marinucci's pic hit the net, the buttons were nowhere to be found (my guess is her arch-nemesis Rudy...
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