Morning News Round-Up: New ‘Jem’ Trailer, Korean Poop Cafe, And Rick Santorum ‘Dies’ (In The Polls)

Morning News Round-Up: New ‘Jem’ Trailer, Korean Poop Cafe, And Rick Santorum ‘Dies’ (In The Polls)

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– A hilarious look at a South Korean poop-themed coffee shop with photos!

– The Mexican Supreme Court declares the country’s anti-gay adoption ban unconstitutional.

– FiveThirtyEight blog says that Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ surge is over, meaning that he’ll have to start appealing to potential Hilary voters rather than just the “non-Hilary left.”

– Amid the viral infographic about Coca-Cola’s unhealthy effects, one blogger has accused the soda giant of funding scientists who blame non-exercise for obesity rather than sugary foods… like Coca-Cola.

– Vice magazine’s new site for women reports, “There’s a Rape Problem at Music Festivals and Nobody Seems to Care

– New trailer for live-action version of ‘80s-era female rock-and-roller cartoon Jem continues to bum-out fans.

– Christopher Guest — director of This Is Spinal Tap, Waiting for Guffman and Best In Show — will direct a Netflix mockumentary film called Mascots about competitors in the 8th World Mascot Association Championships competing for the Golden Fluffy Award.

– Rabidly anti-gay politician Rick Santorum (known for his infamous comparison of gay marriage to “man-on-child” and “man-on-dog” relationships is finally polling at 0 percent among Republicans.

– Influential Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig says he’ll run as a Democratic presidential candidate to help focus national attention to money in politics, something he calls “the biggest civil rights issue of our time.”

– Man creates Twitter-bot to win over 1,000 Twitter contests.

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