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The Washington Post instructs us to 'Let the Trump team eat in peace,' but people are not having it

The Washington Post has jumped to the defense of Sarah Sanders a day after the press secretary was refused service at a restaurant. The piece, titled "Let the Trump team eat in peace," was written by the paper's editorial board. In it they argue that Sanders, Kirstjen Nielsen, and Stephen Miller — all public faces of the administrations widely condemned immigration policy — should be left alone and "allowed to eat dinner in peace." It's an odd stance for this moment in history, and naturally it has a lot of people really riled up.  While the Post's board acknowledges that...

'Love wins': These photos of Pride parades around the world will bring you so much joy

Pride parades are the best kind of public spectacle: They uplift, unite, and give people a great reason to have a lot of fun.  As Pride Month comes to an end, spend a moment taking in scenes from parades that took place around the world over the past few weeks. They spread messages of hope, love, and equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people.  SEE ALSO: 5 ways parents can talk to kids about LGBTQ identity You'll see a near-naked roller skater in New York, drag queens in Lisbon, a daring activist in Ukraine, and massive crowds in countries like Brazil, Greece...

Senegal's team easily has the best dance moves of the World Cup

If you haven't yet landed on who to root for during the World Cup, you should seriously consider getting behind Senegal.  Sure, the men of the Senegalese team have made headlines for their incredible performances during round one of the tournament. But more importantly, if their pre-game warmup dances tell us anything, they seem to be having the most fun.  SEE ALSO: World Cup fans stuck around to pick up trash from stadiums A video of the team singing and dancing in unison on the soccer pitch before Sunday's game against Japan went viral. It's a short clip but it has already racked...

'The Office' just reinvented the ABCs

It's been five long years since The Office finale, but thankfully its supporters have ensured that the show will live on forever. Twitter user @The_life_of_ACE is the latest fan to continue the show's legacy in the best way possible: by splicing up 26 clips from the show's 9 seasons to create a beautiful rendition of the alphabet.  SEE ALSO: Give this dog a Dundie for recreating the entire opening intro of 'The Office' "Someone did this with vines and I like The Office so here ya go," @The_life_of_ACE tweeted, referring to the museum worthy viral video that is the ABC's of Vine. ...

Everything you need to know about Alison Ettel, aka 'Permit Patty'

Another month, another phone-wielding woman from Oakland gone viral. In May, the world was introduced to "BBQ Becky," an Oakland woman who called the police on two black men grilling without a permit. Now, we've found her successor in "Permit Patty."  A video circulated online on Saturday showing an angry woman on the phone, allegedly with the police, because an 8-year-old girl was selling water on a sidewalk. The internet quickly dubbed the woman, whose real name is apparently Alison Ettel, "Permit Patty" — and since the video was uploaded, a lot more has happened. Here's...

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