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Today Is Not the Future; ‘Back to the Future’ Hoax Fools the Web

Do you know that scene in Back To The Future when Doc sets the DeLorean to a future date and off they go? Despite what you’ve seen on Facebook and Twitter, today is not that day.

A Photoshopped image of the future date from the film has been making the rounds online, indicating that characters such as Doc and Marty McFly travel via their time-machine car to June 27, 2012 from October 26, 1985.

But don’t be fooled. The actual date — as seen in the YouTube video below — shows that we haven’t approached “the future” just yet: It’s set for October 21, 2015.

What could be better than a single baby platypus? Well, I'll tell you:


Happy Future Day!

IT'S FUTURE DAY! Remember in Back To the Future, where Doc sets the DeLorean to a future date? That date is TODAY!


Best Jesus Pranks - Best of Just For Laughs Gags


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Carrie Underwood Faces Right-Wing Backlash Over Remarks Supporting Marriage Equality

Carrie Underwood Faces Right-Wing Backlash Over Remarks Supporting Marriage Equality

Earlier this month, Carrie Underwood expressed her support for marriage equality in an interview with the UK's Independent, noting that noted that her church is gay-friendly and it isn't her job to judge people:

"As a married person myself, I don't know what it's like to be told I can't marry somebody I love, and want to marry," she said. "I can't imagine how that must feel. I definitely think we should all have the right to love, and love publicly, the people that we want to love."


And this morning, a lashing from World Net Daily's Joseph Farah:

Carrie Underwood suggests God did not set rules. Yes, He did. The Ten Commandments are not suggestions. They represent the difference between life and death.


Carmen Carrera 'Cake Boss' show pulled for transgender prank

Carmen Carrera 'Cake Boss' show pulled for transgender prank

"Cake Boss"Buddy Valastro might want to stick a rolling pin his mouth — at least when it comes to making transgender jokes.

TLC has pulled Monday's episode of the popular reality show set in a New Jersey bakery after Carmen Carrera — a transgender woman who has appeared on"RuPaul's Drag Race" and other shows — vehemently objected to how she was portrayed.

Carrera said the producers lured her on to the show under false pretenses, making her believe she'd be a role model for transgendered persons when in fact she was used as part of a homophobic prank. On the episode, Valastro had Carrera lie in wait at a bar for Valastro's rival, "Cousin Anthony" Bellifemine. Carrera and Bellifemine began flirting, and she gave him a peck on the cheek.

In a voice-over, Valastro exulted: "Anthony, right now, is on top of the world. He don't know what's coming, baby."

Valastro added: "That's a man, baby!" Cousin Anthony was later glimpsed fleeing the bar.

In a Facebook posting, Carrera wrote: "Im really trying to be a positive role model for trans people and it upsets me that ... I SPECIFICALLY asked the producers of 'Cake Boss' NOT to disrespect me or trans people. Before I agreed to do this show, I was assured and then reassured that it wasn't going to be like the JERRY SPRINGER show or MAURY. Let me make this clear. CALLING A TRANSGENDER WOMAN A MAN IS WRONG. Period. Its degrading, its rude, and its very hurtful."



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