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What's Fortnite? - Lady Gaga
What’s fortnight— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) October 15, 2019
Yesterday, pop superstar Lady Gaga asked the Internet about Fortnite, err Fortnight. Hard to not love the innocence of the question. Fortnite Chapter 2 hit consoles and PCs yesterday after a couple of days on hiatus.
Not enough Bidoof
Bidoofdoof bidoof bidoof? Bidoooooof— Bidoof (@bidoof_bot) October 16, 2019
I have been doing First Post! and Evening Reading for about a week, and there has been a severe lack of Bidoof in these articles.
The 11foot8 bridge returns!
An excavator crashed into the Internet famous bridge. Thanks to Arcanum for bringing this to my attention with their Shacknews Chatty thread.
Democratic Presidential Debate in Columbus
It was quite dissappointing that the most important topic for Ohio voters wasn't even brought up during the three-hour debate in Columbus, Ohio last night. How would you fix the Browns? I am sure the Shackers posting to our massive daily Trump Dump Chatty thread have some opinions on the debate. (Login and turn on political filters to see that mega thread)
In case you missed it on Shacknews:
- Riot Games announces Project A, a tactical character-based shooter by Sam Chandler
- Bjergsen's new League of Legends contract makes him part-owner of Team SoloMid by Ozzie Mejia
- Phageborn interview: This digital card game is "quite close to release" by Brittany Vincent
- League of Legends: Wild Rift coming to mobile and consoles in 2020 by Sam Chandler
- Season 8 Iron Banner quest steps - Destiny 2 by Bill Lavoy
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Asif Khan posted a new article, First Post! October 16, 2019
They cant ask impossible questions at the debate. It feels cheap.
Yeah, no way anyone could answer that in 45 seconds!