ISS Astronauts celebrate Thanksgiving in Grand Fashion
If you think astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) missed Thanksgiving, then you are wrong. US astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren aboard the space station celebrated the holiday in grand fashion. The American astronauts were given …
This is how ISS astronauts celebrated Thanksgiving in Space (video)
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Here's how astronauts celebrated Thanksgiving from space
Global climate march 2015: day of action begins in Australia and New Zealand …
Marchers set off from Sydney's Domain as part of the global people's climate march on Sunday 29 November 2015. Photograph: Janine Israel for the Guardian. Contribute with Guardian Witness · Claire Phipps in Sydney. Sunday 29 November 2015 00.33 …
Worldwide rallies demand action on climate change
Thousands across world march over climate change
Australia takes part in global rallies on climate change
Apple's next iPhone reportedly ditches the headphone jack
Apple's quest for ever-thinner, ever-smarter devices may produce another casualty: your iPhone's headphone jack. A rumor at MacOtakara claims that the next iPhone might drop the 3.5mm port and use the Lightning port for audio instead. The move would …
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NY crime rhyme vet David Styles, better known to the Hip Hop world as Styles P, turns a tenured 41 years young today.
The L.O.X.(Living Off Experience) co-founder along with Sheek Louch and Jadakiss began their careers with platinum honors, appearing on Puff’s No Way Out album and selling a million copies of their debut LP Money, Power and Respect. Styles has put out seven full length solo projects along with a host of mixtapes and callabos throughout his career, establishing himself as one of the top lyricists in the rap game. “The Ghost” has also made a proactive contribution in keping the hood healthy by opening three all natural juice bars in NYC.
From everyone here at TheSource.com, we send a “Super Gangster And A Gentleman” salute to Styles on his born day and we hope that he enjoys today and many more!
The ATL rapper closes out the year with a bang.
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While artists like Neil Young, R.E.M. and Aerosmith have lashed out at Donald Trump for using their music at political rallies without permission, Twisted Sister have allowed the Republican presidential candidate to use their 1984 hit “We’re Not Gonna Take It” on the campaign trail. As singer Dee Snider revealed in a new interview, while his own beliefs strongly differ from Trump’s, he says the song “is about rebellion, speaking your mind and fighting the system. If anybody’s doing that, [Trump] sure is.”
Snider and Trump do have a history, as the singer was fired on the 2012 season of Celebrity Apprentice. “He called and he asked, which I appreciated,” Snider told Canadian Business of Trump’s use of “We’re Not Gonna Take It.” “I said, ‘Look, we don’t see eye to eye on everything – there are definitely issues that we’re far apart on.’ … Trump and Bernie Sanders are the two extremes. They’re raising holy hell and shaking everything up. That’s what ‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’ is about.”
While they have different ideologies, Snider said he remained friends with Trump after taping Celebrity Apprentice. “I have spent time with Donald and his family,” Snider said. “I don’t think either of us expected that we would like each other, but you know, Donald Trump is a pretty chill guy. He’s a frontman.”
When Snider spoke to Rolling Stone in 2012, he was similarly complementary of Trump while disagreeing with the mogul’s politics, including Trump’s demands to see Barack Obama’s birth certificate at that time. “In [Trump’s] own way, he is the P.T. Barnum of his day,” Snider said in 2012. “It is no coincidence that he is talking about possibly running for president at the time that we’re announcing the launch of the Celebrity Apprentice. It’s not a coincidence. Saying sensational things like ‘President Obama sucks,’ knowing at the same time that he wants people to lock up their TiVos.”
However, Snider doesn’t just allow every politician to use “We’re Not Gonna Take It” at rallies: In 2012, Snider denounced Paul Ryan’s use of the Twisted Sister single at a rally.
“I’m not gon’ half do sh*t!” DMX, as passionate as ever, took the stage at SOBs a few years back in the midst of his comeback and a very exciting time for New York City. When he got off the stage, we talked to him about legacy, what he hopes his will be, and his relationship with the fans that he’s been through so much with.
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