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Twitter Roasts Trump Over 'Obama Netflix' Tweet – CCN.com

  • At the end of his tweet, Trump was most likely referring to former President Barak Obama’s new Netflix deal.
  • He probably sees the lucrative partnership as unfair given that Obama is profiting off of his presidency.
  • Unfortunately, he forgot to add in all of those extra words.
  • Again, in his defense, his tweet did reach the maximum allotted 280 characters.
  • I don't know what this Obama Netflix is… but where TF can I subscribe?
  • If there’s a lesson in all this, it’s that we should follow Trump’s lead and start ending our tweets with questions without context.
  • It just makes the internet more fun.
  • Disclaimer: The views expressed in the article are solely those of the author and do not represent those of, nor should they be attributed to, CCN.
  • This article was edited by Josiah Wilmoth.

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Church of Scotland sues for share of $2.5 million Viking treasure trove unearthed

  • Fiona Hyslop, the Scottish culture secretary, noted that the Galloway Hoard "is one of the most important collections ever discovered in Scotland," and "opens a window on a significant period in the history of Scotland," according to National Museums Scotland.
  • Following the discovery of the treasure, National Museums Scotland raised $2.5 million to acquire the treasures for the Scottish public.
  • It was nevertheless reported at the time that an agreement had been made to split the proceeds of the hoard between the church and McLennan, which was ultimately never honored.
  • Church trustees subsequently lodged legal action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh against McLennan, claiming the church is entitled to an equal share of the proceeds.
  • The Scottish government announced $188,000 of funding in December 2018 in order to launch an exhibition of the hoard at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.

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Opinion: Felicity Huffman is a role model for how to own up to your crimes

  • As such, the less privileged are forced to implore their children to work hard, get good grades, and do their best to stand out among their peers.
  • Some people look at Huffman's crimes and ask who the victims are.
  • All who follow established procedures, rules and protocols are victims, including the parents who try to do things correctly, and who teach their children to do the same.
  • Every child who studies hard and commits themselves to doing the right thing is a victim as well.
  • Yet Huffman's conduct following the exposure of these crimes has exemplified grace, contrition, remorse and acceptance of responsibility.
  • Fourth, she similarly expressed regret and sorrow to her fans and followers whose good will she depends on to make a living.
  • What I'm thinking is that it's never too late to follow a good example.

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