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  • A woman who was drinking wine from a Pringles can while driving an electric shopping cart around the parking lot has been banned from Walmart, even though she should be given a medal.
  • Trump loves memes so much, he might be a Millennial: "This incentive structure, in which an easily distracted person says a bunch of stuff he kind of means to an assembled audience, slowly learning what generates a reaction and what doesn’t, is familiar: It’s like posting online."
  • An Instagram influencer grifter cancelled a tour after she was called out for charging over $160 for an unorganized "seminar."
  • Comedians are begging Artie Lange to get help for his drug addiction.
  • William P. Barr, Trump’s nominee for attorney general, promised that he would allow Robert Mueller to continue his investigation into Trump unimpeded.
  • Commuters desperately want the LIRR to clean up their trains.
  • Aphex Twin will perform in NYC for the first time in decades.
  • People inching through rush hour traffic in the Holland Tunnel might not know it, but a super-secure quantum cable likely to be the future of communication is being tested right outside their car windows.
  • Jon Bernthal and Vera Farmiga have joined the cast of David Chase's Sopranos prequel, The Many Saints of Newark.
  • Here is a frightening compilation of officials thanking Trump for his "leadership."
  • James McAvoy will host SNL on Jan. 26th with musical guest Meek Mill.
  • A Silicon Valley couple have rented a 425-square-foot studio for $1,500/month for their two cats: "They don't drink," landlord David Callisch said. "They don't smoke. They don't play loud music."
  • The New York Jets' new coach's eyes have become an instant meme.
  • And finally, he means well, I swear it:

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