Big Brother Mickey Mouse is watching you!
That is, of course, if you're planning on applying for a job at Disneyland Paris!
That's right! The French theme park has been taken to court for allegedly paying officers more than $46,000 to illegally search the court history and criminal records of potential employees!
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One thing is certain: Jason Sudeikis is pulling double duty HARD this season on Saturday Night Live!
The actor SLAYED with his impersonation of Vice President Joe Biden in last week's sketch mocking his debate with Paul Ryan, but this time around, he switched political sides by taking on Mitt Romney in an equally, if not MORE amazing re-working of Tuesday's town hall-style shenanigans, also featuring Jay Pharaoh as Barack Obama!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Sadly, this was one instance
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Thanks for taking this seriously, Chief!
The Advocate sent out a questionnaire about LGBT rights to all the presidential candidates, and barely ANYBODY responded…aside from our current President!
Barack Obama sent out a statement on LGBT rights in response to the questionnaire, which reads as follows:
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Guess Floridians weren't too shocked by Romney's tax returns!
Last week, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney laid the smackdown on Newt Gingrich during a Florida debate (above)!
It appears that Florida voters were listening, because we're now hearing that Romney is in the lead in The Sunshine State.
IN FACT, according to a Quinnipiac University poll, 43% of residents are likely to vote for him in Tuesday's FL primary, while only 29% are in support of Gingrich.
Here's Romney on how he changed his strategy to win over Florida:
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In a special primary election taking place in Oregon to find a replacement for U.S. Rep. David Wu, who resigned as a result of a sex scandal, disabled voters are using iPads to cast their ballots!
Basically, voters will tap the screen on the iPad to pick a candidate, and then they'll send the ballot to a portable printer. From there, they'll put the ballot in an envelope and send it in.
Here's what 75-year-old Oregon voter Lewis Crews, who suffers from sever arthritis, had to say about it:
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Oh no! So, does this mean that the new manager of Dunder Mifflin won't be Warren Buffett? Ha!
We've been hearing about lots of different contenders to replace Steve Carell on The Office, including Will Arnett, James Spader, Ricky Gervais, and Will Ferrell, but NOW we've learned that Doctor Who star Catherine Tate is a strong candidate for the job.
Tate is reportedly the favorite amongst the show's producers, but there's some question as to whether or not she'll have enough time for the part due to her role in an upcoming run of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing in England.
The antici….pation is killing us! We want answers and we want them now! LOLz.
Would U like to see Catherine Tate as Steve Carell's replacement? Who is your favorite candidate for the job?
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This shouldn't come as any kind of HUGE surprise for Donald Trump.
According to a new poll, 64% of voters, including 46% of Republicans, said that they would "definitely not vote for" The Donald as President. The only candidate who had less support according to the poll was Sarah Palin with 65% of voters against her.
Also NOT in Trump's favor - 50% of voters said that he'd be a "poor" or "terrible" president.
Barack Obama didn't do incredibly well in the poll either, but he did better than Trump, with 46% of voters saying they definitely wouldn't vote for him.
Looks like The Donald's got his work cut out for him if he's going to pull ahead of Obama.
Which candidate would U definitely not vote for?
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