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T.I. Plays Cop In Police Brutality Short Film ‘Us Or Else,’ Tonight On BET

T.I.‘s latest album ‘Us Or Else: Letter to the System,’  was the rapper’s musical response to the murders of unarmed Black citizens at the hands of police. Now there is a visual to go with it. Tonight (April 24) at 11 p.m. ET T.I.’s short film, ‘Us or Else,’ will premiere on BET. Following the airing Tip will will […] … Read More T.I. Plays Cop In Police Brutality Short Film ‘Us Or Else,’ Tonight On BET

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Reports Claim Aaron Hernandez Tried To Conceal His Bi-Sexuality

Last week, Aaron Hernandez left three suicide notes behind before committing suicide. Two of these notes were for his daughter and fiancé, while the last reportedly for his gay lover also incarcerated. Reports are now claiming that Hernandez actually killed Odin Lloyd to hide his bisexuality. Newsweek says Hernandez had a longtime male lover. Law enforcement […] … Read More Reports Claim Aaron Hernandez Tried To Conceal His Bi-Sexuality

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Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino Advocates For Free Market Approach To Ticket Resales

While presenting at Canadian Music Week in Toronto, Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino, said he views plans for legislation to fight digital scalpers on the secondary market as unrealistic. ___________________________________ “As long as the market’s gigantic, you’ll have sophisticated players trying to figure out how to monetize it. My instincts… … Read More Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino Advocates For Free Market Approach To Ticket Resales

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RIAA, BMG Are Copyright Cop Rightscorp’s Biggest Customers

The RIAA may have slowed down on lawsuits against average customers, but its continuing to fight grassroots piracy on another front by working with aggressive copyright takedown service Rightscorp. The major label trade group, along with indie BMG, are the copyright cop’s biggest customers. _______________________________ The RIAA and BMG are… … Read More RIAA, BMG Are Copyright Cop Rightscorp’s Biggest Customers

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Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste, scientists say – BBC News


BBC News

Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste, scientists say
BBC News
A caterpillar that munches on plastic bags could hold the key to tackling plastic pollution, scientists say. Researchers at Cambridge University have discovered that the larvae of the moth, which eats wax in bee hives, can also degrade plastic
Stubborn plastic may have finally met its match: the hungry wax wormLos Angeles Times


These pesky caterpillars seem to digest plastic bagsWashington Post
These Very Hungry Caterpillars Can Eat Your Plastic TrashForbes
Quartz –National Geographic –Mashable –New Atlas
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