Author: Kristine Colosimo

The 8 Most Ridiculous Things Donald Trump Said in His Presidential Campaign Launch

That’s EXACTLY what we need! Unless you live under a very large rock you’ve probably heard that Donald Trump has put his hat in the ring to run for President. You’ve probably also read various Twitter headlines and seen pictures with quotes about how rich he is or how he thinks all immigrants are rapists (except the few that he assumes might be good people) or how he knows what our country needs but you probably didn’t watch it. Which is precisely why Chelsea watched it for you! Obviously he said some ridiculous, xenophobic, classist, and ignorant things but we can’t really pretend like we didn’t already know he was like that. So Chelsea identified 8 things Trump said that we found utterly ridiculous in a completely different way: 1. “I made websites for 3 dollars!” Websites do not cost 3 dollars. I know because this website isn’t even important and it costs more than $3. 2. “When did we beat Japan at anything?” *cough* World War II *cough* 3. “I will be the greatest jobs president that …

On Set with The Wild Honey Pie’s Welcome Campers Part 1

A few weeks ago I attended The Wild Honey Pie‘s Welcome Campers SXSW series right outside of Austin, TX. If those words mean nothing to you they will soon when you realize that you too could attend one of these awesome events for free. Welcome Campers is basically a music video set and you are an extra. You will be hanging out in a beautiful setting and seeing intimate performances by up and coming bands while eating and drinking for free. There’s usually only 100 spots for extras I mean campers so the group of people who won spots was quite eclectic. The bands who played during my stay at Camp Champions in Marble Falls, TX included Oh Land, The Eastern Sea, Wild Child, On An On, and surprise guest Talib Kweli. On the first day, we arrived at camp and Oh Land played an upbeat set where we danced and made crafts. We got to explore the rest of the ground, which were pretty fancy for a kids summer camp. Also lots of obligatory Texas …

Hell Yeah! New Diverse Emoji Coming Soon

Great news, Emoji just got better! Today Apple delivered a new beta of OS X to developers that comes with more emoji in all shades and sizes. A tipster sent theNextweb some screenshots of the new emoji palette found in OS X 10.10.3. Though the emoji default is still the white version, you can now click and hold on any emoji to change the skin tone. The same emoji are appearing in iOS 8.3 beta 2 as well. Another much needed improvement, you can now represent any family type: Other additions include new flags and of course, because nothing comes without some sort of product plug, the watch emoji is now an Apple Watch and the phone looks like an iPhone 6. There’s no release date for iOS 8.3 or OS X 10.10.3 yet, but Apple is reportedly planning a public beta program which will kick off in mid-March. Do you think there’s any other improvements Apple could have made to the Emoji?

Watch: The NWA Biopic Is Real and Really Does Make You Want to Break Stuff

My sister: “omg I’m so into the straight outta compton trailer hahahaa” *Opens article from Noisey entitled: THE TRAILER FOR THE NWA BIOPIC WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO BREAK STUFF* Me: “It looks good. It really does make you want to break stuff haha” . Straight Outta Compton is set to release this August and stars Alexandra Shipp, Paul Giamatti, Keith Stanfield as Snoop Dogg, Aldis Hodge as MC Renn, Orlando Brown as Jay Loke, Corey Hawkins as Dr. Dre, O’Shea Jackson Jr. as Ice Cube, Neil Brown Jr. as Yella, and Jason Mitchell as Easy E. If you are at first confused by the nature of the trailer, keep watching. It’s half in the present and half a biopic of NWA’s past. Note: Apparently they had some trouble during their casting process, hopefully that’s not reflected in the film.

Cuteness Overload: New Android Commercial Features Unlikely Animal Friendships

Why yes, that is a lion cub with some meerkat friends! And yes, it looks a little like The Lion King but that’s not today’s featured Disney movie! Let me take you on a magical journey back to 1973 when a little movie called Robin Hood came out. As I’m sure you remember, the film featured a band of talking animal friends which is the case with a plethora of Disney movies, however the soundtrack was a complete departure from all past and present animated Disney films, utilizing a style known as American Folk Music. With Texas-born singer Roger Miller responsible for most of the songs and even providing the narration as a singing rooster, Robin Hood was a movie where two things that were not the same went together. This was an incredible move by Disney, staying true to Medieval dress and settings while updating the soundtrack to a twangy Americana sound. For example, Miller’s folk style somehow lends itself perfectly to voice the lamentations of what were originally English peasants: “While he taxes us to pieces And he robs us …