Mustard pizza trend has Twitter divided | Fox News

A New York City pizzeria is setting the internet ablaze with its mustard pizza. The Detroit-style eatery uses mustard instead of tomato sauce on one of their pizzas, and tops the creation with corned beef, sauerkraut, and cheese. Naturally, the internet is wildly upset and mildly curious. Pizza toppings are already a polarizing subject. If you thought Twitter was divided by pineapple on pizza, you won’t believe what they have to say about mustard instead of marinara.

Source: Mustard pizza trend has Twitter divided | Fox News

Montana teen removed from Trump’s rally goes viral as #PlaidShirtGuy – CBS News

A Billings, Montana, high school senior went viral Thursday for the facial expressions he made in prime seating at President Trump’s rally. During the rally, Tyler Linfesty was asked to leave and was replaced by a woman he believes was a campaign staffer, CBS Billings affiliate KTVQ reports.

 

Unidentified man in a plaid shirt goes viral with his reactions to President Trump during a rally in Montana

The facial reactions of an unidentified man (center) in a plaid shirt standing behind President Trump led to the man’s ejection from where he was standing and then went viral on the internet as videos spread of his reactions at the president’s words at a “Make America Great Again” rally in Billings, Montana U.S., September 6, 2018.

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“I was not trying to make those faces, those were just faces that came out when I heard what he was saying,” said Tyler Linfesty

Source: Montana teen removed from Trump’s rally goes viral as #PlaidShirtGuy – CBS News

With ‘The Nun,’ Conjuring Cinematic Universe Breaks the Mold | Hollywood Reporter

Part of what has made the films appealing has been the series’ ability to largely avoid having a house-style that creates a sense of sameness.

When James Wan first unveiled The Conjuring to audiences in 2013, most had little idea of what to expect. Paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren had yet to become household names, and Wan had earned his reputation on Saw and Insidious – ambitious but grimy, low-cost films geared towards the midnight movie crowd. The Conjuring’s summer release date was our first hint that Wan was about to redefine expectations.

Source: With ‘The Nun,’ Conjuring Cinematic Universe Breaks the Mold | Hollywood Reporter

Midnight Mania! Tesla stock plunges after Elon Musk smokes blunt on Joe Rogan’s podcast – MMAmania.com

Musk is the founder and CEO of SpaceX, and the CEO of Tesla, Inc., which makes electric cars. The Air Force, which partners with SpaceX, is apparently ‘looking into’ the puff on the blunt, though there is no investigation as yet. It really doesn’t seem that serious, although this Twitter user pointed out that Tesla drug tests their workers, which comes across as hypocritical. USADA also still bans weed for UFC fighters as a performance enhancer (how?) which seems backwards.

Trish ♛@StilettoRoyalty

Morning. Elon Musk hitting a blunt on a podcast, while Telsa drug tests its workers, highlights the fact that marijuana use is normalized for the affluent and not an option for everyday workers in their careers. Don’t let these people fool you into believing you can do this too.

Source: Midnight Mania! Tesla stock plunges after Elon Musk smokes blunt on Joe Rogan’s podcast – MMAmania.com

Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge for shooting man in apartment she thought was hers, police chief says | Crime | Dallas News

 

Police Chief U. Renee Hall said police were obtaining a warrant to charge the officer, whom the chief declined to name until she was formally charged. The chief said the officer’s blood was drawn to test for alcohol and drugs.

The unnamed officer, a five-year veteran, wasn’t hurt in the incident, which happened about 10 p.m. Thursday at the South Side Flats, at 1210 S. Lamar St. The location is just blocks from police headquarters in the Cedars.

Source: Dallas officer faces manslaughter charge for shooting man in apartment she thought was hers, police chief says | Crime | Dallas News