Watch Larry David & Bernie Sanders React to Finding out They’re Related

Famed comedian and writer, Larry David impersonated Sen. Bernie Sanders perfectly on Saturday Night Live last year, and much to their surprise, the two are actually related.

On the season four premiere of the PBS show Finding Your Roots, host Henry Louis Gates Jr. interviewed both David and Sanders separately, and explained how guests’ DNA are compared and matched for similarities. The two are told that if they both have long identical stretches of DNA, it means they are cousins.

Check out their reactions after the reveal and you can watch the full episode here.

Now here’s five lessons ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ taught us about sneakers.

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Is Even Donald Trump’s Twitter A Lie???

We know Donald Trump is a liar. It’s an easily provable fact.

But we always thought at least his ridiculous Twitter feed really was him. It’s what we’ve always been told. Sean Spicer even went on record as saying Trump’s tweets “are considered official statements by the President of the United States.”

But it appears some of the tweets are not FROM the President of the United States.

Photos: 10 Times Trump Helped Spread Fake News!

On Wednesday, Trump’s social media manager, Dan Scavino, Jr., slipped up and sent out the exact same text verbatim on both his own account and the President’s.

Ch-ch-check out the screen shot evidence (below):

Apparently even Twitter cuts into the reality star’s golf hours.

The tweet was apparently meant for the “real” Donald Trump account only as it has since been deleted from Scavino’s feed. It’s still up on Trump’s account.

The tweet, some anti-free press propaganda about #FakeNews, brings up an interesting Zen sort of question. If the words of some social media manager are being entered into the record as the writings of the POTUS, who is really president for those moments?

Related: San Juan Mayor Slams ‘Miscommunicator-In-Chief’ After ‘Insulting’ Visit To Puerto Rico

It’s worth noting this isn’t like when stars get their assistants to tweet out, “Meet Kendall at Fyre Fest” or whatever. This is someone copying that bombastic, bullying tone to impersonate the president.

If even his Twitter is fake, who the hell are we even responding to half the time? Some intern?

Most importantly, Trump uses Twitter to ostensibly converse with (and threaten) world leaders. Isn’t it incredibly irresponsible to let someone else take the reins?

What do YOU think, Perezcious tweeters??

GM’s self-driving cars involved in six accidents in September

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Most of the crashes involved drivers of other vehicles striking the GM cars that were slowing for stop signs, pedestrian or other issues.

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How Tom Petty Influenced Hip-Hop Classics

Words by Nick Slay & NDSmith

In the wake of iconic rocker Tom Petty‘s death, The Source wanted to take a look at how his music influenced Hip-Hop. Here’s a couple of great songs that sampled Petty’s 1989 hit, “Free Fallin’ “.

A cult-classic, “Free Fallin’” was one of those tracks that makes you lose all cool points  and break out your best Jerry Maguire impression and play air drum on your car’s steering wheel. Nerd Card showing? Well, see how these rap and R&B superstars morphed this contemporary pop-rock ditty into Hip-Hop magic.

“Good Morning” from Houston rapper Chamillionaire makes great use of the song.

Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul rocks it here…

UGK‘s Pimp C dropped this in 2006.

K-Pop Hip-Hop group YG Family feat. Teddy Park and Taebin drew inspiration from Petty.

And lastly R&B’s sweetheart Mya gives this song new life.

We will truly miss his musical genius! #RIPTomPetty

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