#TopTrenders: Facebook Post Leads to Social Media Demanding Justice

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Calling your senator or representative is easy because, there’s an app for that. It’s called stance. Stance records and delivers voice messages to representatives. If the lines are busy, stance calls until your message is delivered. Messages are not private. Stance publishes every recording on their site, yes, contact information and all. They also tweet the message to the congress-person’s Twitter handle.

A young girl is recovering after getting burned on a popular do-it-yourself project. She was making homemade slime while at a sleep over when she noticed her hands were in pain. Her parents took her to a local hospital where it was determined her hands had second and third degree burns. The blisters came from extended exposure to borax one, an ingredient in homemade slime.

Some home owners, who live near the University of Phoenix Stadium where the NCAA Tournament is being held, are cashing in. A home with two bedrooms, two and a half bath with a deck, and view of a lake, rent four to seven nights and go for roughly $475 a night or $3000 for the week.

The cast from the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunited and the internet is in love. Aalfonso Riberio posted this picture of the cast on his Instagram with the caption quote, “always amazing to spend an afternoon with my Fresh Prince family.  Wishing James Avery was still with us to make this complete.”

A simple Facebook post leads to social media demanding justice! A man named Bradley Reid gave his local Cracker Barrel a scathing 1 star review saying they fired his wife after 11 years of service. Once the post received more attention, that’s when #bradswife and #justiceforbradswife began, and now, even local businesses have gotten involved.

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