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money expert drinks renaissance milk: your daily distraction... you're welcome

money expert drinks renaissance milk: your daily distraction... you're welcome
By Truly Social Inc. • Issue #285 • View online

“Alcohol advertisers are fleeing the Twitter nest.”
- Seb Joseph, writing for Digiday.
Facebook: Money Expert Sues
UK “Money Expert”, Martin Lewis is suing Facebook for apparent defamation. Lewis claims that his face and name were used on fake advertisements on the platform. That’s another one to add to the list!
It's not over yet, Facebook.
It's not over yet, Facebook.
Twitter: How Very Dairy
This one is udderly hilarious. The British Milk Council is a parody account of The British Dairy Council and was jokingly “taken over” by a disgruntled ex-employee. The rogue employee went on a legend-dairy rant and Twitter loved it! He must have been in a terrible MOO-d. Either way, there’s no use crying over spilt milk. Boy, we’re really milking these puns, eh?
We like to imagine that he locked himself in the office and raided the stock, too.
We like to imagine that he locked himself in the office and raided the stock, too.
Amazon: Delivers PR Charm Offensive
After some disturbing news about working conditions, Amazon appears to be enjoying some positive PR for a change. We’ve already talked about their advocacy for gay rights, but now we’re seeing a bunch of stuff about the development of a home robot and the growth of its ad business.
Are the robots allowed pee breaks?
Are the robots allowed pee breaks?
Memewatch: Basketball Renaissance
For those of you who are unfamiliar with the subreddit, r/AccidentalRenaissance, its a collection of modern photos that look like renaissance paintings (due to composition etc). Occasionally, some of these gems break out into the mainstream, much like this most recent one of the basketball player, James Harden.
He's yet to comment, but he seems like a fun guy.
He's yet to comment, but he seems like a fun guy.
Apologies to YouTube… We missed your birthday yesterday. We hope that you had a good one, from Truly Social!
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