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Life, Sex & Death - Studio Stick makes recording music easy from anywhere
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Studio Stick makes recording music easy from anywhere
Brandyn Armstrong created the Studio Stick with the help of Jumpstart, a Cleveland based nonprofit that invests in and coaches young companies.
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Fantasy Football Draft Tutorial
Fantasy Football Draft season is here. Check out this quick tutorial on how to draft on the Yahoo fantasy app to make sure you dominate your league.
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Elettrodomestico performs "Aloha."
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'Manhunt: Unabomber' sneak peek: Fitz meets Ted's brother
Fitz (Sam Worthington) shares his profile of the Unabomber with Ted's brother, David (Mark Duplass), in the Aug. 22 episode on Discovery
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Yahoo Finance's Morning Rundown
The morning's top headlines, August 22
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This 'Game of Thrones' bromance is the buddy comedy we all deserve
On Sunday night's Game of Thrones, there was one conversation that didn't seem to have anything to do with the plot, but a lot of people have been talking about it. While Jon Snow and the guys were heading North of The Wall, Tormund Giantsbane struck up a conversation with The Hound, Sandor Clegane. Tormund walked up to The Hound and asked, "You're the one they call 'The Dog?'" to which The Hound, lovingly, replied, "F*ck off!" Tormund continued tormenting The Hound, asking him, "Were you born mean or you just hate wildings?" The Hound was clearly annoyed with Tormund, and told him, "I don't give two sh*ts about Wildings. It's gingers I hate." And with that, a bromance was born. People took to Twitter, expressing their love for the awkward bromance. And many people couldn't help but wonder what a buddy comedy would be like starring the two lovable killers. So we made a promo for the buddy comedy we're all dreaming of and it's called, The Ginger and The Hound.
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Guys bro-ing out on 'Bachelor in Paradise' leads to embarrassing exits
Bachelor in Paradise is a place for single men and women to relax, have fun, and, hopefully, find love. Although, these guys just seemed to love each other. Every time a new guy walked into Paradise, all the other guys would go nuts, as if their best friend from high school had just arrived. It would then dawned on them that more guys being there meant their chances of staying just got smaller. All of this was, of course, not lost on the ladies. Taylor said, "A lot of the guys are just having bromances and, like, only paying attention to each other and aren't actually appearing to be here to, like, date the women." Meanwhile, the guys were bro-ing out, lifting weights and talking about food. When it came time for the cocktail party before the rose ceremony, the girls had all the power and the guys realized they had to scramble. Robbie tried kissing Amanda, who shot him down. Amanda also told Alex she wasn't giving him her rose, and then Alex spent the next hour chatting with every girl there. Alex desperately said, "I'll take a rose from anyone. I'm not gonna lie. I'll take a rose from Lacey." But when he talked to Lacey, it didn't work out too well for him. Alex asked her, "Would you swipe left or right for me?" After a brief pause, Lacey responded with, "I'm gonna be completely honest. I don't know." At the rose ceremony, four guys went home, including Iggy and Alex, who were two of the guys bro-ing out lifting weights. On his way out, Alex almost left in the wrong direction. While Alex almost walking out the wrong way was embarrassing, it wasn't nearly as bad as poor Vinnie's departure. When Vinnie got in the car, he had a difficult time with the seat belt. Vinnie struggled with it for a while, at one point saying, "I'm getting dumped. I can't even get a seat belt on."
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Author who 'might have gotten Steve Bannon fired' talks Trump and Breitbart future
On The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, author of Devil's Bargain, Joshua Green stopped by to talk about the future of Steve Bannon and how his book might have affected the former chief strategist. Noah said, "Apparently this book that might have got Steve Bannon fired." Green didn't speak on whether the book actually got Bannon fired but he did say, "I was told by a White House official, 'You know, Trump's not going to read your book but he's going to look at the cover and see Bannon's name actually comes before Trump's name on the book' which it does. Trump doesn't like co-stars and I think the fact Bannon got to be top billing on the book was problematic." Green spoke with Bannon after he left the White House and Bannon claimed that he wasn't fired but that seems to be neither here nor there because Trump doesn't cut ties. Green said, "So he fired his first campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, kept calling him. He fired a second campaign manager, Paul Manafort, kept calling him until his lawyers made him stop because to have the Russia scandal. I suspect that, after firing or consciously uncoupling with Steve Bannon, that he's still going to have Bannon on speed dial" Green went on to say that Bannon's "bargain" with Trump was winning him the presidency in exchange for putting into action things like anti-immigration, a wall and a less interventionist foreign policy. But for Bannon, this hasn't worked out. Green said, "The Trump administration has gone completely off the rails. What he means by 'war' is he's going to fight for the same ideas on the outside not necessarily by taking on Trump directly but by using what he called the 'killing weapon' of Breitbart News to go after Trump's enemies on Capitol Hill and I think in the administration"
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Matt LeBlanc says 'I quit' and reveals plans for upcoming retirement
50 year-old Matt LeBlanc is a busy man. The Friends alum is currently starring in the shows Episodes, Man With a Plan, and BBC juggernaut Top Gear. But when he dropped by Conan he spent more time talking about retirement than work. LeBlanc has said in the past that he would like to retire in his 50's. When asked about that the actor said, "I would like to retire earlier than later because I think I would like to do not a f**king thing. It's not so much that LeBlanc wants to do nothing, he just likes the option. He said, "A typical day would be like sleep as long as you want or get up early if you want -- It's not having to go somewhere or someone else telling you what you have to do." Conan O'Brien offered a LeBlanc a nightly "gig" on Conan after he retires. O'Brien tried to stir the pot buy saying, "You should just retire right now." To which LeBlanc responded "Right now? I quit!"