Monday, October 10, 2016


Steven Spielberg and Chinese billionaire Jack Ma are teaming up in order to market and distribute American movies in the world's most populous country.

Spielberg told reporters, "We are proud to open Hollywood's movie industry to a whole new world of slave labor."

On 60 Minutes last night, host Charlie Rose interviewed a robot.

Afterwards, Mrs. Clinton said she thought it went well.

Donald Trump continues to feel the fallout from the release of a 2005 audio tape featuring him making vulgar remarks about women.

Asked for a comment, daughter Ivanka said, "I always thought it was romantic when he said those things to me."

"We were horrified upon hearing the news," said a spokesman for the diocese. "We've told all our priests, 'Remember, little boys don't sue.'"

A new biography of Paul Simon claims that the famed songwriter has been accused by fellow musicians of plagiarizing their work.

The author adds, however, that Simon has also showed his charitable side by hiring a blind man to cut his hair.


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