Max Headroom, Face Off, & Gitmo Spies: News Bites

In the words of Graham Greene: “Media is a word that has come to mean bad journalism.” Now some news bites:

Movie Tagline, “No Animals Were Harmed” Means Absolutely Nothing
Example: Bengal tiger used in Life of Pi – nearly drowned during production; The American Humane Association gave the movie its stamp of approval.

New Password App Recognizes Faces
Apple bought “FaceCrypt” – a password manager app using face-recognition technology. Looks like the making for a sequel to  the Nicholas Cage flick, Face Off.

Obama Confronts Heckler and Pushes Immigration

You have the power to stop all deportations!” the heckler yelled, to which Obama answered “Actually, I don’t.” The president then turned away from the camera and addressed the man directly.

Husband Broadcasts Drunk, Naked Wife On Playstation 4
Big Brother is watching you because he’s your douchebag husband.

Max Headroom Television Hack
Chicago TV station interrupted by appearance by the 80’s icon.

US Turn Gitmo Prisoners Into Double Agents

The program was called Penny Lane; Guantanamo Bay prisoners were offered freedom, safety for their families, and millions of dollars from the agency’s secret accounts – in exchange for becoming a double agent back home. American public and The Beatles should be outraged.

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