“When I realized the only way I was able to have sex with him was by imagining being with a girl.”
The pack survives.
“Can you fucking believe it? We fucking found her. We never gave up.”
Black Mirror’s fifth season will return to Netflix with three new episodes on June 5th, and to promote the return of the series, it will release a trio of extremely short episodes on its América Latina YouTube channel.
The three Little Black Mirror episodes will feature several YouTube stars from Latin America, according to Variety. Netflix approached the YouTubers ( Maia Mitchell, Rudy Mancuso, Juanpa Zurita, Lele Pons, Anwar Jibawi, Hannah Stocking, Jeff Wittek, Delaney Glazer and Alesso), to “create their own takes on Black Mirror. The episodes will be released on May 26th, June 2nd, and June 6th on the channel.
The next season of Black Mirror comes after Netflix released an interactive entry in the series, Bandersnatch. This new…
In many regions around the world, Huawei phones are easy to come by. They’re sold through carriers, and available in stores. That’s not the case in the US, where Huawei does not officially sell its devices and no carriers offer them. If those things aren’t a deterrent, you’ll likely have to go online to buy one, and even then, the list of retailers that stock Huawei-made devices, including its Honor phones, is shrinking as a result of the US federal government’s recent action against Huawei.
The Microsoft Store and Walmart have recently stopped selling Huawei devices, and Adorama, a smaller operation, recently delisted them from showing up via search in its online store. More sites will likely follow suit, either by hiding or completely…
Kate Mulgrew plays an inmate named Red on Orange Is the New Black and was a former Starfleet Captain on Star Trek. She’s recently written a book called How to Forget: A Daughter’s Memoir.
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Prepare to be inspired.
Two new books — a reissue of 1971’s Yellow Yellow and a compilation of Stamaty’s MacDoodle Street newspaper strips — highlight the artist’s joyful ability to imagine the world the way kids do.
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