Justin Bieber Invests in New Social Network


While Justin Bieber has been enduring an onslaught of bad press, scandalous accusations and thrown water bottles during his recent tour of Brazil, he’s also found time to drop some major cash on an emerging social network.

According to Fortune, Bieber was part of a group of investors who ponied up $1.1 million to get the “teen focused” social network Shot of Me–developed by social mobile gaming company RockLive–up and running. The site is scheduled to go live before the week is out.

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Social Media Aids Love

Bride Of June

Since the start of social media including Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and more, there have been stories of catfishing that have scared people into believing that everyone you meet online isn’t who they say they are. They’ve even made a popular MTV show based on this phenomena called Catfish.

Don’t believe everything you see on TV! Online sites such as Match.com, Christian Mingle, eHarmony and others have had major results from online dating. Who says you can’t get the same results through social media outlets?

Today we are looking at two stories of using social media to both, meet your future fiancé, as well as planning a wedding using a fiancé’s social media.

First up we have Instagram!

Instagram isn’t the first social media site that someone would think of when trying to meet someone, but Robin and Matthew did!

It’s an amazing story that is profiled through a video…

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Should the cannabis bill be puff puff passed?


American comedian and commentator, Will Rogers, once said of alcohol prohibition in the US that “prohibition is better than no alcohol at all”.

Although Rogers made his quip as a means of generating humour, he made a very valid point on the purpose of prohibition. It just doesn’t work.

Alcohol prohibition in the US did not prevent people from drinking alcohol, it just made the process more convoluted. It also made spirits – a form of alcohol that was very rarely acquired prior to prohibition – one of the highest forms of consumed alcohol due to its easy ability to hide and smuggle vast quantities.

Prior to the 20 US states and the District of Columbia passing laws allowing some degree of medical use of marijuana, and 14 states decriminalizing it to some degree, similar events surrounded the prohibition of cannabis.

It was still being used heavily throughout the US…

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