Good thing he didn't listen to you, Mark Umberto Gonzalez, provided by Published 5:43 pm PDT, Saturday, August 11, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 That Time Mark Hamill Told Schwarzenegger to Lose the Accent 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Apparently, Mark Hamill is no Yoda when it comes to dishing out career guidance. Would you believe that the “Star Wars” legend once suggested Arnold Schwarzenegger ditch his Austrian accent and change his hard-to-pronounce last name? “#True story,” Hamill tweeted Saturday. Read the full article on The Wrap … [Read more...] about That Time Mark Hamill Told Schwarzenegger to Lose the Accent
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close Video Facebook labels Declaration of Independence as hate speech Facebook has removed a post from Texas newspaper The Liberty County Vindicator that featured excerpts from the Declaration of Independence. Facebook's reason: the Declaration of Independence contained 'hate speech.' Facebook is sorry—for many, many things. The embattled social network, which has found itself facing government scrutiny, strict new regulations in Europe, criticism from politicians and now, a plummeting stock price, has been apologizing so often that it’s difficult to know which mea culpas are most pertinent. Fox News has compiled a small sample of the incidents that prompted CEO Mark Zuckerberg or his colleagues to apologize. FACEBOOK SLAMMED BY SANDY HOOK PARENTS OVER LIES, HOAX CLAIMS Cambridge Analytica data scandal Zuckerberg’s company took out full-page advertisements in U.S. and British newspapers in March to apologize for the “breach … [Read more...] about Facebook is sorry: Ten times Mark Zuckerberg’s social network apologized
By Owen Thomas Updated 5:13 pm, Wednesday, March 21, 2018 Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Buy photo At the F8 conference in 2014, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (seen here with executive Caryn Marooney) promised developers slow changes. At the F8 conference in 2014, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (seen here with executive Caryn Marooney) promised developers slow changes. Photo: Lea Suzuki, The Chronicle Buy this photo Remember the last time Mark Zuckerberg asked us to trust him? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is once again asking everyone for their trust. But in making new promises, he may have broken an old one. In his first public response to revelations of a massive misuse of 50 million Facebook users’ data, Zuckerberg vowed to make changes. Most … [Read more...] about Remember the last time Mark Zuckerberg asked us to trust him?
Tyler Nelson had plenty of options for where he could go to college. Now, as he finishes a memorable four-year career, he can look back with no regrets. The Central Catholic alum was fresh off a strong junior season — when he led the Raiders to a Div. 1 North title — and a stronger summer playing for BABC in 2013 when the offers started pouring in: George Washington, Binghamton, Vermont. They were all mid-major offers, and Nelson narrowed in on the situation that fit him the best. In the end, the decision was Fairfield, which offered him the opportunity to play significant minutes right away. It certainly worked out for him. Known mostly as a lethal shooter coming out of high school, Nelson expanded his game over his four years with the Stags, and the hard work paid off. On Saturday, Nelson became Fairfield’s all-time leading scorer in the Stags’ 102-98 double-overtime victory over Quinnipiac. “It is pretty crazy,” Nelson said. “I never really … [Read more...] about College basketball notebook: Bradford’s Tyler Nelson hits all-time mark at Fairfield
Katie Burt turned 21 years old Friday, the same day she tended net for Boston College in a win against Providence at Kelley Rink. The Eagles goalie then turned 29 . . . shots aside during another win over the Friars, this time in Providence on Saturday, the same day she broke the NCAA all-time mark for career wins by a goalie. “I have a lot to celebrate this weekend,” said Burt after she notched win No. 115 and moved ahead of the standard set by former Minnesota and current Team Finland goalie Noora Raty. Burt began playing hockey at 4 as her older brother, Cory, and other kids in their Lynn neighborhood stuck her in the net. But to reach such a lofty milestone, she needed a little help, health and luck along the way. “You never anticipate anything like this. It’s all just a pipe dream,” she said. “I’ve played on some great teams and I’ve been fortunate to have great offensive and great defensive performers in front of me. … [Read more...] about College hockey notebook: Boston College women’s goalie Katie Burt sets NCAA all-time mark for wins