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Shia Labeouf Plagiarizes More Apologies

30 December 2013 2:00 PM, PST | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Shia Labeouf should maybe start going by Lie-a Labeouf. Dude loves plagiarizing more than your little nephew loves the Tickle Me Ferbie he got from Santa. This all started a couple of weeks back when people noticed that the Beef’s debut short film, HowardCantour.com, marked a strong resemblance to Daniel Clowes's comic Justin M. Damiano. Labeouf apologized on Twitter, but then it was revealed his apology was plagiarized from a four-year-old Yahoo Answers comment. Well, he’s back to apologizing for plagiarizing while plagiarizing.Here are the two tweets in question: The first is ripped verbatim from Jade Goody’s apology for being racist on Celebrity Big Brother. The second is word for word (hashtag for hashtag) the same as an apology porn star Mr. Marcus tweeted in 2012 for hiding his syphilis (though Mm's tweet was eventually deleted). As Picasso famously said, “Good artists copy, great artists steal syphilis apologies. »

- Jesse David Fox

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Disney's 'Frozen' soundtrack: Ranking all nine original songs

30 November 2013 9:00 AM, PST | EW.com - PopWatch | See recent EW.com - PopWatch news »

Guess what, Disney fans? Frozen is good. And as you may have heard, the soundtrack is even better.

Like the now-classics in Disney’s Renaissance period, Frozen’s array of original tunes feels as fresh and infectious as the Menken-Ashman-Rice songs that defined a generation’s Disney musicals. I caught an early screening of the film last week and was dismayed to find that I’d have to wait an excruciating six days for the album to be released online (I even begged EW’s music staff for an early listen, but no dice).

Now the movie is out (and »

- Marc Snetiker

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Fatherhood #1 is a strange mix of sweet and disturbing

24 July 2013 3:46 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Fatherhood #1

Written by Ryan K. Lindsay

Illustrated by Daniel Schneider

Colored by Paulina Ganucheau

Lettered by Brandon DeStefano

Designed by Christopher Kosek

Published by Challenger Comics

Fatherhood is the story of a broken family, one little girl and a father who would do pretty much anything to make her happy. Divorced, drowning in debt and alone, the man seeks out a way to reconnect with his daughter. The method he chooses to make that connection is to get her a much coveted doll. When he is unable to procure one for her, he suffers a full on psychosomatic breakdown, complete with costume change and gratuitous violence.

Unlike most comic books, this story is told by a narrator in omniscient third person instead of relying on the use of pure first person dialogue. In fact the vast majority of dialogue that does occur happens after the shift from reality to vigilant toy retriever. »

- Rachel Brandt

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When The Cicadas Were Last Here In 1996...

25 May 2013 7:30 AM, PDT | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Yes, yes, the Brood II cicadas are emerging. They'll be loud, they'll be tasty and they'll be having a buzz-filled mating party for four to six weeks.

But are they going to be prepared for a changed world since their parents were above-ground 17 years ago? The Macarena was hip in 1996. Pokémon was still a thing. Seinfeld was still on.

In any case, HuffPost Green wanted to host a little bit of a throwback for the cicadas to let them know that we too still remember Tickle Me Elmo and the Spice Girls.

Brood II, this one's for you. »

- Nick Visser

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Tamagotchi Is Baaaack

14 February 2013 3:02 PM, PST | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Los Angeles (AP) — Tamagotchi is re-hatching as an app.

Bandai Co. and Sync Beatz Entertainment are hoping to revive the electronic pet craze of the 1990s with a new mobile app launching Thursday for Android devices. The app duplicates the egg-shaped plastic toy that became a must-own sensation like Beanie Babies, Tickle Me Elmo and Furby after it was first released in 1996 in Japan.

Sync Beatz, which has licensed Tamagotchi from Bandai, is calling the app "Tamagotchi L.i.f.e." — with "L.i.f.e" standing for "love is fun everywhere." Much like the original doodad, the app tasks users with taking care of a virtual pet by pressing buttons that simulate feeding, disciplining and playing with the critter on screen. If a Tamagotchi is neglected, it dies.

"The idea was to base the gameplay on the original Tamagotchi that everyone knows and loves," said Shin Ueno, chief marketing officer at Sync Beatz. »

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