This week it’s pretty random with apple going green-ish, Amy Schumer movie controversy, Karl Stefanovic’s latest rant and a very expensive piece of toast. Also Syria update, still terrible really.
Amy Schumer Controversy and Classy Vegemite Toast
Can we talk entertainment this week without mentioning Beychella or True Thompson? Well, yes, yes we can! This week Amy Schumer’s new movie “I feel pretty” is getting a pretty ugly pre release critique, with trailer watchers calling it “fat-phobic”. All the while some salty customers up in Newcastle are outraged cafes are charging $7 for toast and their beloved Vegemite – they sure do make a MITE-y good argument!
Karl Stefanovics Attempted Infinity War Sledging
Karl Stefanovic is standing up for the Anzacs against the Avengers:Infinity War cinema release. The question is can you respect the Anzacs and watch a movie in the same day? Also where is he paying $25 for popcorn?
Apple Going Green
The tech giant Apple has now a company that runs on 100% renewable energy. You may be thinking “that’s cool. I can’t believe that they run all their offices, stores and data centres on just wind farms and solar panels”. But is that the full story?
In the wake of yet another chemical weapons attack in Syria and the western government military response, we do an update on what’s happening in Syria, and the information war happening in the background.
Syria, Russia and a number of online influencers have pushed the conspiracy theory line that the attacks never happened and the rebels are just trying to get the West involved. Do they have any credibility though?