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Seth Rogen expertly trolls fervent Trump supporter on Twitter

Seth Rogen is having way too much fun with Donald Trump supporters. The actor went after Trump superfan Bill Mitchell with an aggressive private message recently, aiming to get a reaction from the conservative personality. SEE ALSO: Seth Rogen slipped into Donald Trump Jr.’s DMs to ask for his dad to resign Mitchell took the bait, of course, and a beautiful series of direct messages and tweets followed. Rogen tweeted some screen grabs from the exchange, in which he riled up Mitchell and then constantly pretended to be in a meeting when he replied. I triggered Bill Mitchell and then kept telling him I had meetingspic.twitter.com/clgyHHw2t6 — Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) August 30, 2017 Read more… More about Twitter, Seth Rogen, Bill Mitchell, Culture, and Celebrities

Rescuers in Houston hauled 21 adorable dogs to safety in a single boat

After Hurricane Harvey, a group of good Samaritans came to the rescue of dozens of good dogs. Houston resident Betty Walter found herself stranded in floodwaters in the wake of the storm. She was also sheltering 21 dogs (some of which belonged to her neighbors) and wasn’t sure how they would all get to safety. SEE ALSO: Incredibly pragmatic dog braves Hurricane Harvey with, yes, an entire bag of dog food Luckily, the dog rescue crew came along. They loaded all 21 dogs on the boat — Walter walked alongside — and hauled everyone away. “I was worried there was too many dogs on the boat and it would tipped [sic] over,” Walter wrote in a Facebook post. “I told them I would stay behind and for them to make 2 trips. They said NO we are taking all and you. We had 21 dogs on this boat.” Read more…More about Houston, Hurricane Harvey, Culture, and Animals

It’s time for the ‘other’ smartphone makers to shine

Squeezed between Samsung’s and Apple’s big phone announcements is this year’s IFA trade show in Berlin. The colorful event officially kicks off on Sept. 1, but news will start arriving two days earlier.  IFA is typically a mix of smartphone news with audio and video announcements, sprinkled generously with some interesting gadgets and perhaps a wearable or two. This year’s schedule is no different: LG and Sony will likely be launching major phones, and several other tech companies — including Samsung, Acer, Asus, Lenovo, and Toshiba — have events as well.  SEE ALSO: Samsung turned the Galaxy Note 8 launch into an Apple roast with these zingers Read more…More about Smartphones, Berlin, Laptops, Tvs, and Ifa