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Microsoft has unveiled a clothing line of Windows “ugly” sweaters ahead of the Christmas holiday season.
The fashion line features three designs inspired by the nostalgic MS Paint, Windows 95, and Windows XP, with each piece of outerwear being priced at US$69.99.
“No matter your skill at painting (or MS Paint), you’re sure to be a work of art in this ‘Untitled – Paint’ masterpiece,” Microsoft wrote.
A portion of the proceeds will head towards Girls Who Code, a nonprofit focused on closing the gender gap in the tech industry.
Charlamagne Tha God is headed back to television: The host of the massively successful radio franchise The Breakfast Club is getting his own talk show on Comedy Central, Vulture has learned. Details are still being worked out, but the new series will be a weekly half-hour with a focus on current events and cultural issues. There’s no firm timetable for when it will premiere, but the goal is to get it in production by November’s election.
Charlamagne was already hosting Breakfast Club on New York radio when he landed at MTV, but he says McCarthy saw the TV potential in him long before he was a national success. “Giving me a TV deal, almost ten years ago, didn’t really make any sense,” Charlamagne says. “I was a radio guy. It’s easy to say, ‘You know what? I think Charlamagne Tha God needs a talk show’ now. But almost ten years ago for him to have that vision, that did a lot for me. A lot of my success right now is because of those looks that I got on MTV2 and Viacom at the time.
A viral video shows a furniture and home appliance delivery driver being held against his will in a neighborhood, blocked in by a HOA president who demanded information from him regarding why he was there.
“I want to know where you’re going?” a man named David Stewart is heard saying on a viral Facebook live.
“It’s none of your business. I’m going out, that’s where I’m going,” Travis Miller said.
“All we want to know is why you’re in here and who gave you the gate code. That’s all we need to know,” the man said.
Miller told News 4 he did not want to share his customer’s personal information.