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Hello fellow internet citizens! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time for our weekly”A stupid plot” column from our Tech Reporter Michael.
On top of that, we have some key reports on very long line memes to see Queen Elizabeth II’s body as it lies in state, senator alleges government agency stores US data During a very long timea sound of breaking Bad This is popular on TikTokand a creator alleging that Crumbl Cookies attempted to trick her doing public relations for it.
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Queuing to see the Queen’s body is its own meme
The impossibly long line of people waiting to see Queen Elizabeth II’s body as she lies in bed sparked a slew of memes.
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🔓 DATA PRIVACY
DHS uses border exemption to download and store Americans’ data without warrant
Sen. Ron Wyden alleges that Customs and Border Protection stores US data for 15 years.
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🎶 THIS TIKTOK SOUND
‘She’s so killed’: TikTok reconsiders Skyler White
breaking Bad ceased broadcasting for nearly a decade and its influence continues to flow. And a particular audio clip does a lot of kilometres.
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Crumbl Cookie accused of fueling ‘leaks’ to influencer to gain positive PR over lawsuit
A TikToker claims that Crumbled cookies try to trick her into doing PR for the company after one of his posts went viral.
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🕸️ Explore the web
Here’s what else is happening on the net.
🍬 East Candy a good way to reward employees who do a good job? A GameStop worker says that’s what’s happening to himand Internet users are not there for that.
🥪 A video showing a woman would have asked for 30 sandwiches from a room Publix location went viral after being shared on TikTok.
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🏠 A property manager went viral on TikTok after post a video calling on tenants not to pay rent.
📺 I didn’t catch up The last episode of She-Hulk to date? Don’t worry, our Culture Reporter Michelle can bring you up to speed his recap of the last episode.
💻 Can we ever come back the excitement of connecting?
📦 A TikToker shared in a viral video how she does $15,000 on Amazon per month by reselling goods other stores.
🥚 Have you ever wondered how McDonald’s scrambled eggs? Well, a viral video answers this question.
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A TikToker goes viral for sharing a video of a “Karen” with whom she had an interaction while working in a Subway location.
The woman, the TikToker says, was annoyed that she had to wait to order in the in the middle of the store being closed so she called the manager and said the worker was cleaning the tables with dirty mop water.
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*First published: September 19, 2022, 12:00 p.m. CDT
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