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Late on Monday afternoon, Variety co-editor-in-chief Andrew Wallenstein sent a tweet out into the world. This wouldn't be a particularly noteworthy action, except that it included an image of what appears to be Variety's upcoming cover, depicting Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer as a Christ-like figure carrying a Y-shaped cross. What? Indeed.
Video. The right editing can turn anything into a song. We've watched a guy turn a bass with no strings into a sweet beat. Hell, Andrew Huang's built an entire YouTube channel on the concept. But this is the first time I've seen it done with a live animal.
Video. Nerf Screamers were the coolest. They had little plastic whistles embedded in them, so that they would produce a screeching noise as they flew. (As I'm typing this, I realise how patient my neighbours must have been to listen to a tiny shrieking football at all hours of the day. Thanks Karen and Paul!) Regardless, someone took the 1991 commercial advertising the Screamer's existence and replaced its trademark noise with human screams.