This Vermont Toaster Puts Selfies on Toast – TIME
For only $75, you, too, can put your face on a piece of bread and then eat it for breakfast in the morning. It only takes a week to deliver! Yes, you dont have to be famous or Jesus to have your face on toast, company president Galen Dively says in the devices press release . But you do have to pretty narcissistic to buy a toaster for the sole purpose of making your face appear more places! Its one thing to take a photo of yourself and Snapchat it to a friend in an earnest attempt at communicating something; its entirely another to stamp that face all over the world around you, turning your kitchen into a nightmarish temple to yourself. With the help of CNC technology, making a custom-design toaster is cheaper than ever, so you can buy a toaster that prints just about anything, according to the company. They even take Bitcoins. Duh. SHARE THIS ARTICLE
Newman said she doesnt have the best self-esteem after being bullied in junior high and high school. She told WCMH, There were times when I ate lunch in the bathroom. The teen found a new source of support online by taking part in a body positivity movement on Instagram. A group of young women used hashtags like #bodylove and #pizzasisters4lyfe and posted pictures of themselves and compliments. Newman said, It was my safe place, because when I went there, I could share anything. Over the weekend, Samms account was removed. Instagram said at the time she violated their community guidelines under their what not to do headline. The size 24 teen believed she was discriminated against because of her size. She said there are plenty of photos of thin women wearing much less. Her photo was removed just hours before her account was closed. Instagram has since reevaluated the situation.
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Family devastated over fake Instagram account using deceased… | http://www.ktvu.com
Her death was followed by a large, tear-filled candlelight vigil. But on the Instagram account, her friends posted their anger at the person behind the fake account. “Delete this now!” reads one post. Another says “This is disgraceful and Jenna would hate this if she ever saw this. I hate these fake accounts because it’s pretty much like making fun of her” “I guess they were trying to make it like she’s talking,” Serenity Querubin told KTVU. The young student said she knew Jenna. “It’s like she’s still there. But I think it’s really rude for someone to do that. That’s not right,” she said. Several junior high school students gathered at a lemonade stand near the Martinez community swimming pool and told KTVU they were all aware of the Instagram posts.