- What is the Hinge dating app, and how does it work? 2 Years Ago
- ‘Inside Bill’s Brain’ is nothing more than a Bill Gates infomercial 2 Years Ago
- Swipe This! He hasn’t texted me back. Should I text him again? Today 6:00 AM
- New Loch Ness monster video may just confirm giant eel theory Wednesday 8:04 PM
- Instagram to restrict posts promoting diet culture and plastic surgery Wednesday 6:58 PM
- Apple wants to trademark ‘Slofie,’ its term for slow-motion selfies Wednesday 5:51 PM
- Fortnite leak reveals a Batman crossover event may be happening Wednesday 5:32 PM
- The explosion at a bull semen factory generated a lot of obvious jokes Wednesday 4:33 PM
- Jessica Jaymes, adult film star, dead at 43 Wednesday 4:18 PM
- How to stream Falcons vs. Colts in Week 3 Wednesday 4:05 PM
- Beto O’Rourke says he opposes police use of facial recognition tech Wednesday 4:01 PM
- Lawsuit alleges woman was kidnapped by Lyft driver and gang-raped Wednesday 3:19 PM
- Facebook and Ray-Ban want to replace smartphones with smart glasses Wednesday 3:13 PM
- Sirfetch’d is the gallant new Pokémon winning everyone’s heart Wednesday 3:09 PM
- Danielle Cohn’s dad says she’s not really 15 years old Wednesday 2:14 PM
Anthony Scaramucci, we’ll forever miss your unhinged public persona and dashing panache—the White House will never have another mouthpiece quite like you.
And thus begins this week’s episode of We’re All Gonna Die, which features a discussion about all the latest news of the week, including the time Kate Hudson posted our Mooch meme without attribution. (Hudsonnn!!!!!) This week, Daily Dot IRL writer Sam Grasso, Bustle reporter extraordinaire Katherine Speller, Daily Dot internet Sarah, and the politics gang gather around the hot mic and try to talk out our feelings.
Ramon Ramirez is the news director, and formerly the Dot's entertainment editor and evening editor. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, Grantland, Washington City Paper, Austin American-Statesman, and Austin Monitor.