Each sports a different shade of blue, to conjure up a would-be Presidential uniform. And their goal is to electrify the nation as they stump around the country on the campaign trail. I refer, of course, to Seth Rogen and Amy Schumer, two comedy and movie stars who got paired up last February as conservatively dressed representatives of the "Bud Light Party."
The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, which wraps this weekend, has been slammed this year by the same age-old industry problem: sexism and misogyny.
One morning last week, I woke up, tried to access Facebook, and discovered that I had turned into a giant bug. Oh, wait. That's Kafka. Wrong literary reference. While this story is slightly Kafkaesque, I'm really going for something more authoritarian, with a side of dystopian censorship. I'm talking Orwell.
Almost one week later, we're still talking about it. What's up with Gorilla-gate?
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