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Today I just wanted to send out a warning to the small medium and even large organisations out there about bogus SEO companies. This year I have been finding more and more clients I chat to who have been burnt by companies passing themselves off as SEO, PPC and web development specialists
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Mark Hamill destroys the guy who killed Net Neutrality with an epic 'Star Wars' tweet

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 15:23:12 +0000

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Net Neutrality is dead thanks to the Federal Communication Commission's idiot chairman Ajit Pai, and Mark Hamill is pissed.

The Last Jedi star took some time out of the movie's huge opening weekend to rip Pai a new one on Twitter, and man was it an epic diss of galactic proportions.

You may recall that Pai released a comically stupid video called "7 Things You Can Still Do on the Internet After Net Neutrality" the day before the FCC voted to kill Net Neutrality. 

In the asinine video, the Pai dresses up Santa, fidget spins, and wields a lightsaber while telling viewers that they'll still be able to stream their favorite movies and be part of their favorite fan communities. Which is partially true, but also fundamentally dishonest: Dismantling Net Neutrality will hurt consumers the most. (Because who wouldn't want to pay more to your Internet Service Provider for less, because they'll control which content gets in the fast lane?) Read more...

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Gift ideas for your child that wants a pet that aren't a pet, ranked from worst to best

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 14:00:00 +0000

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Christmas is the time that most kids ask their parents for a pet, but parents rarely want to add that responsibility into their lives, knowing they'll be the ones doing most of the work.

So if your child is demanding a pet this year, here is a list of gift ideas for your child that aren't a pet, ranked from least to most unrealistic.

1. Hasbro i-Dog

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This is one of the least realistic pet toy options, as it's just an iPod speaker in the shape of a dog. It can play music pretty loud though.

2. Poo-Chi

Image: Walmart

The Poo-Chi is a more realistic choice, because at least it has a bone. But still, you won't be fooling anyone with this. If you go with this one, just make sure to remind your child how nice the heart eye lights are. Read more...

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Omarosa visits 'SNL' Weekend Update to set the record straight on her White House exit

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 13:58:53 +0000

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In a Saturday Night Live Weekend Update sketch filled with blistering one-liners directed at accused pedophile Roy Moore, admitted womanizer Donald Trump, and the ever-growing lineup of Terrible Hollywood Men, it was still Leslie Jones who stole the show.

Jones stormed the Weekend Update set in the guise of Omarosa Manigault, the reality TV star and Donald Trump pal who left her never-really-clear position at the White House earlier in the week. 

Was she fired? Did she resign? Different accounts skittered across the media landscape in the wake of her exit, and Jones-as-Omarosa stepped in to clear up any questions. Do we all have it now? Good. Read more...

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Kevin Hart joked about gender roles in parenting on 'SNL' and it didn't go so well

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 13:36:39 +0000

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Kevin Hart is a funny man, but his opening monologue on Saturday Night Live this week felt like it came a few years too late.

Hart, who just had his third child, used his 6-minute opening monologue to fire off joke after joke about parenthood. It was all going fine, too, until the comedian veered into gender roles. Women, he said, are not fun, whereas fathers shoulder "all of the fun responsibility."

It could have been a lot worse. Hart made the mistake of painting what may be his own personal experiences as a parent with too broad a brush. It's not that he was openly offensive; more that the bit just felt tone-deaf, especially given the current movement to unravel the systemic gender imbalance in our culture. Read more...

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Kevin Hart's over-the-top bathroom breakdown is peak 'SNL' hilarity

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 12:48:03 +0000

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We've all been there.

Lunch just ended and it's right into a big meeting. And that's when you realize: Tacos were a terrible idea.

Guest host Kevin Hart brought to life every office worker's nightmare on Saturday Night Live this week. Toilet humor may be one of the lowest-hanging fruits in comedy, but Hart's scenery-chewing take on a guy who's too embarrassed to excuse himself and let nature take its course elevates the whole damn thing. Read more...

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