8 Stories We Didn't Write About, But That You Might Want to Comment On, Including Palin on Brexit and Teachers Smack Talking on Slack

How do you feel about Brexit, xenophobia, and portmanteaus?
Publish date:
June 26, 2016
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This week, we've all watched the effects of the Brexit vote ripple out across Europe, the Internet, our 401k's, and the world. News of this scale needs no introduction so here it is along with seven other stories we didn't write about, but that you might want to comment on.

Sarah Palin congratulated British voters for narrowly escaping the apocalyptic clutches of the "One World Government." [Gawker]

Disney CEO does not think Johnny Depp's "personal problems" will have any bearing on Disney. [Celebitchy]

Kristina Ruehli, 72, one of the many women to formally accuse Bill Cosby of rape has withdrawn her lawsuit against him. [Jezebel]

The Stonewall Inn has been officially named a national monument and the country's first national monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights. [CNN]

Legendary fashion photographer, Bill Cunningham has died at 87. [NYT]

After a vote to leave the EU passed, Google showed that many British voters did not understand what exactly they were voting for. [WashPo]

These are the top ten ways to stay cool without air conditioning. [Lifehacker]

What’s said in Slack doesn’t always stay in Slack as three Rhode Island teachers who gossiped about their students on the platform learned the hard way. [Jezebel]

The world can be a scary place. Talk about it here.