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Humorless Left: Sean Spicer’s Emmy Awards Appearance Causes Outrage

Twitter outraged by Sean Spicer’s Emmy Awards appearance

Many watching from afar have struggled to find the humour in Spicer’s appearance, however, arguing that as liar and defendant of the President, he shouldn’t be upheld in such a light-hearted way:..

Spicer appeared behind a podium and started making a riff on his much-maligned statement about the attendance at President Trump’s lacklustre inauguration.

“This will be the largest audience to witness the Emmys, period – both in person and around the world,” Spicer said, parodying his disproved claim from January that Trump’s inauguration was attended by “the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period”.”

The show hit an all time low in viewership and political messaging. Coincidence? I think not.

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Location scout for ‘Narcos’ found slain in Mexico | Reality Trumps Entertainment

Location scout for Netflix show ‘Narcos’ found slain in Mexico | Mexico | Dallas News

Condolences to his family.

“A scout for the Netflix hit show “Narcos” was found fatally shot in a violent area of central Mexico while checking out possible filming locations for season four of the series.

Carlos Muñoz Portal’s body and car were discovered Monday in a remote area near the border of murder-plagued Hidalgo state, Variety reported. Both were riddled with bullets.

Muñoz was a scout for Mexico City production company Redrum and had worked on films such as “Sicario” and “Apocalypto.”

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TV Ratings: Emmy Telecast on Track for Another Low | Too Much Leftist Political BS Is Killing The Show 

Source: TV Ratings: Emmy Telecast on Track for Another Low | Hollywood Reporter

If they would stop insulting half of the TV audience then maybe rating would improve. Be entertaining, funny, beautiful. Thats what people want to see.

 

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NFL Quarterback Has a Brilliant Explanation for Why He Won’t Shut Up About His Love for Jesus

“Christianity is all about love and showing that love and that kindness and that grace.”

Source: NFL Quarterback Has a Brilliant Explanation for Why He Won’t Shut Up About His Love for Jesus

“In an interview with CSNPhilly, as reported by The Blaze, the Eagles’ starting quarterback explained how he walks the fine line between spreading the good word and coming across as “preachy.”

“You’re always walking that fine line, without a doubt,” he said. “I always tell people, for example, if you love your job, you love your wife, you love what you do, you’re going to talk about it. Well, I love Jesus. That’s what I love, so I’m going to talk about it.””

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When Black Lives Matter Protesters Turn on Reporter, He Records ‘Scariest Moment in My Career’

“You should get your a** over there where you belong…”

Reporters get better treatment in war zones.

Source: When Black Lives Matter Protesters Turn on Reporter, He Records ‘Scariest Moment in My Career’

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Meet A.I. Heliograf – It wrote hundreds of stories last year – Wisdom Nowhere to be Found

A robot named Heliograf got hundreds of stories published last year

“Over the past year, the Post has published 850 stories from Heliograf, expanding its reach to include reporting on subject like congressional races and high-school football games.

Other outlets like USA Today and the Associated Press have also begun to rely on automated software to create content for readers. Executives are quick to point out that the AI is not meant to replace reporters, but instead allow them extra time to develop and relate more important and relevant stories. “Heliograf will free up Post reporters and editors to add analysis, color from the scene and real insight to stories in ways only they can,” said Jeremy Gilbert, director of strategic initiatives at the Post.

Not to mention the fact that machines don’t make typos and provide more accurate reporting. As Francesco Marconi, AP’s strategy manager put it, “In the case of automated financial news coverage by AP, the error rate in the copy decreased even as the volume of the output increased more than tenfold.””

 

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