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Honey Boo Boo Has Ebola

Ok, maybe she doesn’t have ebola….

 

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Say What You Will About Cam’ron, But He’s Businessman

EbolaRapper Cam’ron has begun selling masks designed to prevent the spread of Ebola. The masks feature a close-up photo of Cam’ron talking on a pink cellphone.

The “Cam’ron Ebola Mask” is available online for $19.99 and begins shipping Nov. 7. It “provides complete protection while remaining light and comfortable,” according to the product’s site.

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I’m a little late on this story because when you see a Cam’ron headline in 2014, you don’t exactly jump out of your seat waiting to read it. Boy was I wrong. The Cam Ebola Mask, which, and correct me if I’m wrong, looks like a regular face mask with Cam’ron’s picture on it, is here to save your life. How? I am not sure, but if there’s one person on this Earth that I believe can save me from Ebola, it’s Cam’ron. Far and away my favorite part of this whole thing is that the masks begin shipping November 7th. It’s not like Ebola is a deadly disease that’s spreading across the globe. Don’t worry about putting a rush on the shipment. Just know that if you get Ebola on or after November 7th, you’ll be OK. Until then, you’re doomed.

– Ryan

Twitter News Weekly – Ebola & Fantasy Football

This weeks Twitter News Weekly is our first ever print edition. If you miss our handsome faces, don’t worry, we’ll be back next week with an all new TNW video. In the meantime, don’t look Fantasy Football get you down, and try not to catch Ebola.

Fantasy Football

Fntasy Football is in full swing and at about this time of year you either want to yell from the roof tops or jump off those same rooftops. Let’s see how twitter is doing with fantasy football.

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I once knew a guy that dropped Brandon Marshall to waivers in the middle of his breakout season with the Broncos. I feel your pain.

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Look to the future, no need to dwell on your shitty ass fantasy team. BTW i’m using “wasteland” more often, thanks for that.

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I feel your pain. It’s like watching an episode of America’s Most Wanted every time I turn on a game. Keep your chin up.

 

Ebola

If there’s one place I would go to to find out the latest on the Ebola epidemic, it’s Twitter. Let’s see what the future of America had to say:

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If you had 100/1 odds that Ebola would eventually turn into a race discussion, you’re a winner! How about we band together and help to find a cure instead of pointing fingers so quickly?

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Solid advice right here. Go anywhere else you want. But not the airport. Airport = Ebola. Are we having fun yet?

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Not sure what to say about this one, although it makes sense that zombies would eventually enter the discussion. You can’t fixate on The Walking Dead and Call of Duty and not eventually being to think zombies are everywhere.

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I’m not sure where you’re getting your news from, but I think this is false. Its actually shocking how many people now think Ebola is turning people into zombies. Actually, it’s not shocking at all.

Trailer Alert! The Fault In Our Stars 2: The Ebola In Our Everything

Hopefully you read the title to this post and realized this movie is in fact not real, which is a shame. I’d pay good money to see Taran Killam and Sarah Silverman play lovesick (and real sick) teenagers. When the skit started I wasn’t sure where they were going with this, but when Silverman dropped the “I have Ebola line” it was all worth it. People with Ebola need loving too.

– Ryan

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