By Samantha Cortes
So last month my roommate introduced me to Snapchat. I was immediately hooked. What an ingenious way to send pics of yourself or others and not worry that it can be shared.
Snapchat is an app that allows you to take a pic of whatever you want, send it for a few seconds, then have it dissapear. Risky pictures constantly get people in trouble, and its high time that an app was made that allows people the ability to send a picture without having to worry if it'll later be used against them. You can also insert text and use a coloring pencil once youve taken a picture.
Sexting can now easily be replaced with a dissapearing picture. The next time Tiger Wood's and his multiple mistresses want to have fun via phones, he won't have to worry about them turning and showing everyone their pictures.
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Review: Haute Cuisine is based on the true story of a female cook, named Hortense Laborie (Catherine Frot), who was the French president’s personal cook for two years in the early 1990s. As we all know, the French is well-known for its amazing cuisine, and this film does not disappoint in showcasing that. Uprooted from her truffle farm, Laborie is thrust into the political and very public French palace, having to deal with gender discrimination by the macho male chefs in the main kitchen while maintaining a level-head and down-to-earth attitude, despite who her boss is. Not only does this movie contain mouth-watering food dishes that will make everyone in the theater hungry, Haute Cuisine does a fantastic job in showing the importance of being passionate about life and sticking to what you strongly believe in, including yourself.
I give Haute Cuisine two thumbs up. Bon Appétit!
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