Games publisher Wizards of the Coast on Monday revealed that long-running strategy game Magic the Gathering is crossing over with AMC’s The Walking Dead for a limited-edition set.
Launching on Oct. 4 to coincide with AMC’s premiere of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, the set will include premium cards that depict iconic characters in the post apocalyptic zombie series, offer unique gameplay and showcase the work of a variety of artists.
Internet Troll Frank Hassle showed up at boogie2988’s home after being told not to and boogie discharged his weapon too. The cops are involved.
Steven Jay Williams, better known by his online alias Boogie2988 or just Boogie, is an American YouTube personality best known for his video rants about video games and nerd culture as a character named “Francis”.
When Spotify signed The Joe Rogan Experience to an exclusive multi-year distribution deal earlier in the summer, the company’s stock price soared briefly, illustrating both the extent to which investors valued its bet on exclusives as well as Rogan’s unlikely standing as a legitimate media phenomenon.
But the move also prompted immediate questions about whether Spotify was prepared for what that media phenomenon brings with it. Sure, The Joe Rogan Experience commands an exceptionally large following and a growing currency of cultural influence, but Rogan’s radical free speech orientation and “freethinking” ideology have consistently courted controversy in the past. In particular, observers were curious to see how Spotify would navigate issues around misinformation and hate speech, the latter being a concept that Rogan himself has a history of actively interrogating in terms of its relationship with free speech.
This guy is no cowboy at all, the pain he put this horse through is inexcusable and luckily he has been charged. Gofundme is still making him rich though.
According to WTTW: The horse ridden for 7.5 miles on the Dan Ryan Expressway during an impromptu protest Monday by a man known as the “Dreadhead Cowboy” would not have survived without immediate treatment and may still be euthanized, according to Cook County prosecutors, who said the treatment of the horse was the equivalent of forcing an 80-year-old woman run a full marathon.