Top Trenders: ‘Perfect’ Campaign Slogan Removed From Bottles

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#5: ‘No’ Campaign Slogan
A slogan on the Bud Light bottles is being removed. It read: “The perfect beer for removing ‘no’ from your vocabulary for the night.” Protests quickly erupted in social media. Critics called it a poor message in the wake of public outcry over date rape on college campuses. It was part of Anheuser-Busch’s #upforwhatever campaign. The company says it will no longer use the slogan, but would not say how many labels with the message are already out.


#4: Binge Drinking 
A new study reveals that youthful binge drinking could lead to brain issues as you get older. The study suggests that a young adult’s brain is quite sensitive to binge drinking. As a result, such drinking may cause memory problems in adults.
To make matters worse, brain cells may become more vulnerable to injury from trauma or disease. The study was published this week in the journal “Alcoholism.”


#3: SCOTUS Same Sex Decision
As the Supreme Court considers whether same-sex marriage is constitutional, Hillary Clinton is letting her opinion be known online. Clinton changed the colors of her presidential campaign logo on social media Tuesday. The logo now sports the rainbow colors symbolizing the gay rights movement. Clinton announced her support for same-sex marriage back in 2013.

#2: Nepal Help
Help from around the world is pouring into Nepal, after Saturday’s disastrous earthquake. But getting it delivered, especially to remote areas, is proving to be an enormous challenge. The weather isn’t cooperating, and every minute counts, with thousands of people in desperate need. The death toll is climbing, and will likely continue to do so. Right now, it stands officially at more than 4,600.  Nearly 10,000 people are hurt.

#1: Baltimore Riots
Roughly 2000 national guardsmen and more than 1000 police officers from throughout Maryland and out of state enforced a curfew and compared to Monday’s riots, Tuesday night in Baltimore was calm. A few defiant protesters squared off with police in some parts of Baltimore well after a citywide curfew went into effect. The curfew will be from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. lasting through the week.



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