Twenty years after "Follow the Leader," the band's mega-successful third album, the scourge that was nu metal looks a little different with hindsight. Lead singer Jonathan Davis and the band reflect on a controversial era of music history.
Over the weekend an opinion was published on the internet. A shocking development, I know. The opinion in question? Sandy Hingston's trend piece in Philadelphia Magazine, "How Millennials Killed Mayonnaise." Millennials on the internet, well, they disagree.
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A group in Los Angeles has attracted UFO enthusiasts from all over the world. They've formed together around the common question: What are these things in the sky, exactly, and how can they know more about them?
The social media company has sent Jones to what users call "Twitter jail," meaning that he can't publish any tweets for the next seven days. The InfoWars Twitter account, which has just over 400,000 followers, is still active.
The 884-page document, two years in the making, shines a light into the dark corners of these dioceses going back seven decades, exposing the predators and the efforts of their bishops to protect them.
The dispute centers on an analysis of Tinder done in 2017 by Wall Street banks to set a value for stock options received by Sean Rad, a Tinder co-founder, and other early employees. It also includes an allegation of sexual harassment against Tinder's former CEO, Greg Blatt.