Balenciaga Sued by Little Trees Air Fresheners Co. for Jacking Idea

Balenciaga’s dive into the key rings business reeks of a total rip-off … so claims the company behind Little Trees air fresheners, which is suing the luxury brand for straight-up jacking its product. Car-Freshner Corporation — which owns the rights to…

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Episode 260 Scott Adams: The President’s Portfolio, a Systems Idea

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    • How much risk should the west take when one proponent of Sharia Law kills another proponent?
  • Kanye is operating at a higher level of awareness than his critics
    • A “President’s Portfolio”, spotlighting startups with the potential to reduce healthcare costs
    • STOP thinking yes/no…START thinking test small, see what happens

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Strategic Planning: Will Cali’s Are You The One? Idea Actually Work?

Cali has a plan to ensure no blackout on ‘Are You The One?’ — is she brilliant or off-base?
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Episode 203 Scott Adams: Kanye’s Idea of Teaching the Black Community to Think Like Rich People

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Resort 2019 Accessories: A Bright Idea

Accessory designers tuned into color for resort, seeing the season through rose-colored glasses — green, purple, blue and yellow ones, too.

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It Seemed like a Good Idea at the Time (Unabridged) – Kylie Scott

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It Seemed like a Good Idea at the Time (Unabridged)

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O.T. Genasis Says He Has No Idea Why Cops Busted Up His Birthday

[[tmz:video id=”0_nghxrv4d”]] O.T. Genasis says he has no clue why cops crashed his birthday party with shotguns out, ’cause there was no sign of trouble inside the event … just lots of bottles. We asked O.T. if anyone drew a weapon Wednesday night, as…

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Colbert Has A Fiendish Idea To Keep Michael Cohen From Turning On Trump

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[[tmz:video id=”0_tu3qifzm”]] Justin Timberlake wasn’t the guy gunning for a Prince hologram during his recent Super Bowl halftime show … it was a bigger name attached to the show, according to Sheila E. We got Sheila E. at LAX Friday where she…

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Gayle King Says BFF Oprah Is ‘Intrigued’ By The Idea Of Running For President

Gayle King was on “CBS This Morning” on Tuesday where she revealed that Oprah is “intrigued” at the idea of running for president, but she doesn’t think the former talk show host is actively considering it at this time. Watch to find out more!


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Danladi Was An Unrepentant Proponent Of The Idea Of Living Together Before Marriage

Several years past, then I got wind my friend Danladi was in Taiwan. I tried to locate him and find out whether he had re-discovered the meaning of true love and refashioned his old ideas about love and romance.
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A Bad Idea Gone Wrong – Jason Headley

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A Bad Idea Gone Wrong

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Leo and Marlon are trapped in their lives, working dead-end jobs, trying to find some way to make things exciting. The best idea they’ve come up with is a heist. They break into the “perfect” house, but accidentally arm the alarm system. So now they have to break out of the house they just broke into. When they discover an unexpected housesitter, they suddenly have to deal with a series of new problems: a hostage situation, double crosses, sexual tensions, and discoveries that make their difficult escape even more dubious. The three unlikely allies have to learn about one another, try to figure out who can be trusted, and find some way to work together to break out of this house.

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Why Salad for Breakfast Is the Best Idea You Haven’t Thought Of

Waking up to farmers’ market produce—hydrating, nutritious, and in peak summer form—is gaining ground as a fine way to start the day.
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Want More Women to Vote? Here’s an Idea, DCCC: Stand Up for Them and Their Abortion Rights

Let’s start defending women’s rights to make their own decisions about their health and families. And let’s extend the principle of treating people decently—regardless of their sex, religion, race, or sexuality—and start talking to them like adults.
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A Radical Idea: One Scent for Your Whole Grooming Routine

Like most men, you have your favorite shaving cream. Your preferred beard oil. Your tried-and-true aftershave. You probably also have your favorite cologne. On a case-by-case basis, this is a good thing. But taken as a whole, the crash of competing aromas can be overwhelming, if not headache-inducing.

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General Idea Men’s Spring 2018

As in seasons past, designer Bumsuk Choi steered clear of being a trend-driven brand, instead steering General Idea to create its own path. And Thursday’s spring show was no different.
Based on the notions of the hippie culture from the Sixties and Seventies, the lineup consisted of silky shirts with bandana prints, ethnic embroideries on the cuffs of shirts and denim, and racing stripes on the sides of trousers.
“As a society we have been accustomed to not be able to live without our phones,” said Choi backstage, shortly after sending out oversize logos shouting “No post” on the backs and front of shirts.
A nice surprise, color was a huge message this season, with General Idea offering up bright reds, yellows and blues in a variety of looks, while staying away from white and black that has become predictable.
With this solid effort, Choi gets credit for making us put down our phones and transporting us to his modern hippie universe.
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Producer Mark Gordon Hit With ‘Quantico’ Idea Theft Lawsuit


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Daytime Date Idea: 3 Picnic-Perfect Sandwiches From 300 Sandwiches Author Stephanie Smith

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Let’s Be Honest, You Have No Idea What Your Car Dashboard Signs Actually Mean

If only we know what those signs on the car dashboard were actually trying to tell us.

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Unique Father’s Day Gift Idea

As Father’s Day approaches, are you struggling to find the perfect gift for the men in your life? Watch the video above to see Robin McGraw’s unique ideas — and learn how every purchase helps support women and children who suffer from domestic violence.

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Is a Walk-In Laser Facial Really a Good Idea?

Is everyone getting Skin Laundry’s facial laser treatment without me? Apparently everyone with Internet access is gushing about the dewy glow, shrunken pores, and smoother skin the treatment promises. But no review so far has answered three important questions: What exactly are these $ 65 laser treatments? Who’s doing them? And do their claims actually hold up? I took it upon myself to find out.
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Sports News in Brief: Sexist Pig Has No Idea When Team USA Playing Nigeria

NORTHFORD, CT—Revealing just how old-fashioned and small-minded he truly is, local sexist pig Jonathan Scott admitted Monday he has no idea what time the U.S. women’s soccer team plays Nigeria tomorrow night, sources reported. “Is the game on at 4 or 8?” said the misogynistic prick, who clearly believes that women are inferior athletes to men and therefore do not deserve an opportunity to participate in major athletic competitions such as the Women’s World Cup. “It’s on Fox, right? Not Fox Sports 1?” The disgusting woman-hater then reportedly questioned whether Team USA’s offense could get its act together in time for the knockout rounds.





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A Beautiful Idea: The Beautiful Series, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Emily McKee

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A Friday Night Lights Spin-Off? The Cast’s Idea Will Blow Your Mind

If you’re still cheering for the Dillon Panthers while marathoning Friday Night Lights on Netflix, you may want to sit down. When we caught up with three FNL stars—Stacey Oristano (Mindy Riggins), Derek Phillips (Billy…




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7 Reasons It May Be a Good Idea to Stay Single

There’s nothing wrong with seeking love, because it’s beautiful and can bring about some of the most treasured moments in our lives. But very few people know how to be alone and do it well. They aren’t happy to be alone. They fear it and seek love wherever they go. Growing up, most of us probably weren’t given good examples of how to be alone. Everything we see in the media promotes how to find the right partner, and make it work. But being alone can propel us to grow and learn about ourselves.

Do you have a pattern of staying in relationships too long that are no longer meeting your needs? What you may not realize is that fear of being alone is universal. It’s crucial to realize that fear is just a feeling and you may be giving it too much power. You may feel uncomfortable discussing your fears — even with close friends or family — because you don’t want to be seen as desperate or needy. What you may not realize is that fear of being single is a meaningful predictor of settling for less in relationships and staying with a partner who is wrong for you, according to Stephanie S. Spielman (Journal of Personality and Social Psychology).

The first step in facing your fear of being alone is shrugging off any stigma attached to being single. In her Huffington Post article How to Be Alone (And Not Be Unhappy) Poorna Bell writes, “There is a problem, a serious cultural problem, about solitude. Being alone in our present society raises an important question about identity and well-being.” Bell posits that there is a contradiction in U.S. culture since we value individualism and autonomy, yet we both fear and dread being alone.

Women may be particularly vulnerable to feeling stigma related to being single. Perhaps we need new norms for understanding single women in our culture because in times past they were seen as lonely spinsters, quietly languishing in their studio apartments. For instance, celebrities like Sandra Bullock who speaks candidly about not wanting to add to her family anytime soon in a recent Huffington Post article, can help dispel negative stereotypes of being single. Sometimes taking time to sort out what you want from a relationship, developing career goals, and spending quality time with children, need to take priority.

Further, embracing some of the challenges of being single is essential to relationship satisfaction. The reality is that feeling content with being alone is a critical step toward preparing for a bright future — either with a partner or flying solo. Truth be told, people can easily feel lonely in relationships. But our sense of security and happiness needs to come from within ourselves. Emotional dependency is not the same as intimacy and often leads to the demise of a relationship. Some people stay in relationships to avoid loneliness but they would be better off being single and developing their own interests and goals.

In fact, being content with being single can be seen as a sign of emotional maturity. Being a mature, autonomous person before making a commitment to a partner is a worthwhile goal. For instance, Kelly is an articulate 28 year old that is attending graduate school to become a speech therapist. She’s happily single and has made a decision to stay unmarried amidst the pressure to be part of a couple. Here’s how Kelly puts it: “I just haven’t met the right guy yet and won’t settle until I do.” She pauses and says, “I’m fine being alone and don’t need a partner to feel good about who I am.”

7 reasons remaining single may be a good idea:

1. You worry that the clock is ticking. Often women over 30 start to panic because they get concerned they’ll be too old to have children. But this mind-set can make you feel desperate and propel you to marry someone who is wrong for you.
2. You are in a relationship that makes you feel anxious or brings you down. Ask yourself: Does my partner inspire me to do my best? Perhaps he or she is overly critical or too focused on changing you to be supportive of your needs or goals.
3. You feel panicked when your partner doesn’t call or text you (or return your calls) when they say they would. This is a red flag and could signify that you may be feeling insecure and/or mistrustful. Keep in mind that trust is the glue that holds healthy intimate relationships together.
4. You have to change who you are – your values, goals, or dreams – for your partner to accept you. Since your partner is unwilling to compromise — you morph into someone else to accommodate their needs and subsequently lose vital parts of your identity.
5. You simply aren’t ready to make a commitment. You want to take your time to pick a partner who shares similar values and interests — this will enhance your chances of staying together.
6. You have a healthy respect for commitment and just haven’t met someone you want to make a permanent commitment with. Avoiding marriage before your late 20’s and dating a partner for at least two years will reduce your risk of divorce.
7. You’re content being single and can’t think of enough good reasons to tie the knot.

Having the confidence to take time to understand yourself and choose the right partner is one of the biggest challenges singles face. A good marriage or partnership is a gift if two people are ready to be accountable to each other and make a commitment. But some people make a life-long commitment out of obligation or because they fear being alone – or worry too much about societal expectations.

Congratulate yourself for your decision to withstand the social pressures and expectations to be part of a couple or race down the altar. When you remind yourself about what you like about yourself and what you are good at, your need for other’s approval will fade away and you’ll feel more confident in your lifestyle choice.

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Mike Posner: “We Have No Idea What It’s Like To Be Black In America.”

Mike Posner is a singer, songwriter, and producer that has worked with Maroon 5, Justin Bieber, Pharrell Williams, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, Wiz Khalifa, Nelly, TI, Snoop Dogg and others. He wrote this poignant piece for his blog.

Since the age of eight, most of my best friends have been black males. Making hip-hop music often landed me in Detroit ghettos because that’s where the other rappers lived. I was usually the only white person rapping in these cyphers. After graduated from high school I interned at a hip-hop radio station in Detroit where I was the only white intern. It was there I met Big Sean and became a part of his crew, Finally Famous, in which I am the only white member. Basically what I’m saying is, I’ve had extremely close friendships with many black males most of my life. From all of these friendships, this is what I’ve learned:

I have no idea what it’s like to be black in America.

One of my best friends is Jay John Henry. He lives in Detroit and he visits Los Angeles roughly once per year.  Because he’s my friend for life and I love him, I always offer my guest room to him and let him drive one of my cars (yes, I have two cars…I’m ignorant, it’s your fault for buying my music so much :). This way he doesn’t have to spend a fortune on Ubers. I live in a nice neighborhood in LA and I drive a nice car. Last year I remember joking around with him and saying, “Don’t get pulled over in that thing, the cops aren’t going to like a young black man driving that car.” This year when I handed the car key to him I realized that the joke was not funny. I said to him, “You could actually die if you got pulled over in this car, huh?” Last year’s humor had been replaced by this year’s dark realities of Ferguson and Baltimore. Jay John answered me as if he expected me to know better. He looked me directly in the eyes and answered in a dead pan tone,

“Yes.”

He’d assumed that all my years of being around black people had taught me what it was like to be a black man in America. He assumed I had more empathy that I did. So if Mike Posner, the kid who tried his best to be black as a teenager, who spent weekends in high school free-styling in Detroit’s ghettos, who had been a star student of Mark Anthony Neal’s at Duke University, has no idea what it was like to be black, then what about the white kids in Iowa who have literally never met a black man? Most of the people at my shows are white. So I assume that most of the people reading this are white. Again, what I’m writing to tell you is what my years of being friends with black males has taught me:

We have no idea what it’s like to be black in America. 

Another one of my best friends in the world is Ray Caesar. Ray and I went to college together and Duke University; he literally lived next door to me in the dormitory Junior year. When I was recording my first mixtape, he was my biggest supporter. He helped me pass out mixtapes and his facebook page basically became a full time advertisement for my music. He’s one of those friends that if you hadn’t spoken to in 15 years and you called him, he would be there for you. At Duke University, and now at dental school in Texas, Ray had the opposite experience that I did growing up. He was usually the only black person in his classes and at parties.  He recently wrote a beautiful email to me and a few of our other friends from Duke. Several of our white friends expressed that they thought the riots in Baltimore were “stupid” and not accomplishing anything.  “Burning their own neighborhoods isn’t going to solve anything,” they wrote. This was Ray’s response:

I cannot express to you what it feels like waking up everyday

 knowing that because of what you look like, many (and I’d venture to say the majority) have been conditioned by society to distrust your every action. Take a second and truly think how damaging that is to someone’s psyche. Put that to one side, and then imagine that the single authority given the power, training, and weapons to enforce our nation’s laws has these same views on your race – not everyone, but most, considering racial profiling is a legal police tactic. Again, mull that over and put it to one side. Now, realize that there is a decades long laundry list full of mistreatment, excessive force, brutality, and murder by one race of policemen against one race of “suspects” for lack of a better world… preceded only by the government sanctioned systematic physical and psychological imprisonment of your race (slavery). I had a brief conversation with Perez this week where I made a poor attempt at explaining what it’s like to be black in America… and sadly, the world. Below is part of our conversation: “I’ll be honest with you bro, I’m terrified. At least before, people didn’t believe it was true and it was swept under the rug – in 2015 we’ve got evidence, videos, photos, witnesses…  and there is still 0 accountability. I look EXACTLY like every single one of these victims. I was blessed to have grown up in a much different neighborhood, but cops don’t know my address, they don’t know where I went to school, or my career path. Every single black male in my fam has had situations with police. I could be any one of these stories. It’s a helpless and nauseating feeling… ”

The message I’d like to convey is “What the fuck else do you want them to do?” Witness corroboration has not put a policeman behind bars, complaining to HR at police headquarters is met with criticism and most cases are literally ignored since “cops take care of cops”. Wait your turn in court they said… peaceful protests only, violence isn’t the solution. Then a case comes out where there is PHOTO and VIDEO EVIDENCE of the murder of another black male by a white policeman, and absolutely nothing fucking happens. My question to you is: considering the lack of education, financial resources, and organization – WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT THEM TO DO?!

I had a very serious conversation with my mother where I told her I was considering dropping out of dental school to try to make a difference with race relations in this country. I don’t see the value of pursuing any career path when in my heart I feel that my talents could be used to advance our society’s dialogue about issues like these. I’m being serious, I care that much about this shit. With every new case, I feel more and more like I’ve made the incorrect decision in completing a degree that only helps myself and my family.

This is obviously an issue that needs to be discussed in person instead of over email, but my central point to you is that we, the black community, have exhausted every single other option to try to rectify this issue. I obviously don’t find any value in tearing your community apart, burning your neighbors cars, or smashing the windows of your favorite corner store, but fuck – violence has recently been the ONLY way to bring attention to these stories… without the riots, I guarantee a minuscule percentage of our population would ever know about Ferguson, or Baltimore, or ___, or ___, etc… Maybe in this twisted world of ours, violence is the only option that forces the world to pay attention. We have literally tried everything else. Don’t blame these kids for standing up for a cause, turn your attention to the system which has pushed them to this juncture.

I read an excerpt from a speech that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered on March 14, 1968, in Michigan where he said,

And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard. And what is it America has failed to hear? It has failed to hear that the plight of the negro poor has worsened over the last twelve or fifteen years. It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice and humanity.

I find it remarkable how well those worlds still apply to our society. The first sentence, “a riot is the language of the unheard” inspired the following song: Mike Posner – Voice of the Unheard.

Three weeks after delivering that speech, Martin Luther King Jr. was murdered. Thirty-seven years after that, I’m writing these words on Delta flight 1876 from Los Angeles to Detroit. It’s easy for me to pretend like everything’s cool in my home in Hollywood, but the truth is, it’s scary how little has changed. Maybe the first step is for me to stop pretending there is equality when there is not, and admit:

I have no idea what it’s like to be black in America.

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David Oyelowo, 38, stars as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the film Selma. Born in England and raised in his parents’ native Nigeria, David earned a scholarship to the distinguished London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and went on to become the first black actor to play an English king at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Still, David says his father wasn’t totally supportive when he first told him he wanted to be an actor after “sneakily applying for drama school.”

“Being an artist, being an actor for a Nigerian family, is bizarre,” he says. “This is not a proper job.” In the video above, David shares the key argument that changed his father’s mind.

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Veteran journalist Barbara Walters says her worst nightmare is conducting a wonderful interview and realizing an important question went unasked. Find out how she works to know “more about the person than the person does himself.”

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