- How to stream UFC Fight Night 148 for free 10 Months Ago
- The kids are making scantron memes instead of studying 10 Months Ago
- Every installment of Hulu’s ‘Into the Dark,’ ranked Today 6:00 AM
- The internet is mocking Robert Mueller’s report deadline Friday 7:53 PM
- Instagram blocks some anti-vax hashtags—but still has far to go Friday 6:20 PM
- Study: Netflix released more originals than licensed titles last year Friday 2:26 PM
- Laura Ingraham, Dinesh D’Souza slam journalist for having a job Friday 1:40 PM
- Netflix is testing a cheap-as-hell mobile-only plan Friday 1:08 PM
- Astrology app Co-Star’s bizarre push notifications are now a meme Friday 12:18 PM
- ‘The Dirt’ offers a sanitized history of Mötley Crüe—but why? Friday 11:42 AM
- ‘The Dirt’ director Jeff Tremaine on Mötley Crüe’s long, difficult road to Netflix Friday 11:30 AM
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‘We’re All Gonna Die,’ a politics podcast: 69 ways to own the libs
This week we chat with a firebrand author, dissect net neutrality, and vape.
What’s up, party people?
This week on We’re All Gonna Die, we’re joined by C.D. Carter, fantasy sports fanatic and satirical Twitter personality, who schools the gang on how to “own the libs.” (You can check out his new book 69 Ways To Own The Libs: A Guide To Destroying Liberals Online And In Real Life, here.)
In other weird internet news of the week, Tomi Lahren got a little damp in Minneapolis, but not to worry—President Donald Trump came to the rescue. She’s a tough, well-respected woman, so a little sprinkle from a patron at a hip-hop brunch didn’t faze her. (Also: WTF was Lahren doing at a hip-hop brunch? More importantly, what was Lahren’s mom doing at a hip-hop brunch?)
Plus, as always, some truly excellent memes of the week.
Ellen Ioanes is the FOIA reporter at the Daily Dot, where she covers U.S. politics. She is a graduate of Columbia Journalism School, and her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Center for Public Integrity, HuffPost India, and more.