Out in the real world news is happening and here are the highlights.
Terry Tate body slams Donald Trump to make America great again
Bringing back memories of his famous 2003 Super Bowl commercial, Terry Tate tackles Donald Trump to make America great again. The spoof plays on the now-infamous "grab that pussy" tape from 2005 where The Donald talks about grabbing women by the genitals while Billy Bush laughs, opening with footage from said tape, Terry interrupts proceedings by storming in, tackling Trump and then giving him a lecture about keeping his hands to himself unless he has consent. – The Drum
Friends-themed cafe in Singapore charges $700 membership
A Friends-themed cafe in Singapore that is set to open some 20 years too late has attracted derision from Internet users after revealing that it will charge a cool SGD$1000 (US$720) for membership. Designed to resemble the kitschy Central Perk coffee shop that Chandler and co. spent most of the time that they weren't in their apartments, the yearly membership fee will buy you access to a priority queue (along with five friends), the right to make reservations, and a handful of other frivolous privileges that totally aren't worth the excessive fee. – Mashable
Pussy Riot diss Trump & celebrate the vagina
Those feminist Russian punks in Pussy Riot have turned their attention away from Putin, focusing in on Trump instead with their latest song. Titled "Straight Outta Vagina," although the song doesn't reference Trump, Pussy Riot's Nadya Tolokonnikova has seized on the opportunity to get topical in an interview saying that “This song could be considered an answer to Trump. But I believe the idea of powerful female sexuality is much bigger than any populist megalomaniac man … Vagina is bigger than Trump.” Admirable, but realistically it's a bit of a step down for Pussy Riot as Trump is a much less intimidating opponent than Putin, who could send them to a gulag again. – The Guardian
Apple profits fall for the first time in 15 years
For the first time in 15 years, Apple's annual profits have dropped, raising suspicions that the world has finally reached peak Apple. iPhone sales are 5 percent down on last year, with only a measly 45 million handsets sold, and overall sales have dipped a full 8 percent. This brings Apple's profit down to $45.7 billion, 14 percent less than last year. – Euronews
California vote could legalize weed across all of America
On election day, voters in California will not only be (mostly) voting for Hillary Clinton, but also whether to legalize recreational marijuana. Polls suggest that the Adult Use of Marijuana Act will go through, meaning that all adults over the age of 21 will be able to cultivate six plants for their own use and possess up to an ounce of weed at any given time. Despite having already been legalized in numerous other states, the size and influence of California means that this could be the tipping point for a rollout of legalization –or at least decriminalization– on a federal level. – The Independent
Indians beat Cubs in first game of World Series
The Cleveland Indians faced off against the Chicago Cubs in the first game of the MLB World Series, walking out as 6-0 winners against a hapless Cubs side. The victory was driven largely by Corey Kluber, who struck out nine batters over six innings. – NPR
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