Parker is currently doubling-down on reaching her fellow millennials, producing and hosting shows on digital-only outlets like the Weather Channel app and Snapchat.
Her You Tube series, “Science Is Real,” examines the consequences of a warming planet.
As many times as you’ve seen it, it’s worth seeing again: We could have also labeled the scene, “This week in Beef being Beef.”QUOTE OF THE WEEK"I’m the guy who made the white belt famous. You can now enter the lottery to get your tickets for the 2018 Masters! You’d probably have as good of a chance to win the actual lottery in some states.
It went away for a while, but it’s back." – Johnny Miller. THIS WEEK IN DUSTIN JOHNSON-PAULINA GRETZKY-TATUM PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF AFFECTIONGolf’s first family took advantage of an off week and made its first trip to Disney World. Alexander Levy came back from seven shots down to win the Volvo China Open.
“Next time you’re thinking about publishing a cherry-picked article, try consulting a scientist first,” she zinged.
The response brought a wave of social-media support and shout-outs from mainstream media like Elle.
With a style that has been described as “Mike Skinner meets Will from the Inbetweeners”, Offbeat blends observational comedy with universal topics ranging from online dating to reality television.
So from clutch shots to celebrity golf dates to hideous swings, let’s get to it. Just don’t wear anything like this: going on last week.And after finishing the job on Monday morning, they, well, rather Cameron, provided us with the best Steve Stricker impression of the year: Kevin Kisner’s heroics: Needing to hole out to force a playoff on the final hole of regulation, Kisner rattled a chip off the flagstick and in. There were plenty of romantic couch experts giving their opinion on how the date with ‘unlucky in love’ Ross and the lacking in confidence Sorcha would go on RTÉ 2’s .The reality dating show has been a wonderful source of entertainment for viewers this season.