Sexy “Frozen” Costumes Are Number One For Halloween!

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(PCM) In fact, the sexy “Frozen” Halloween costumes are so incredibly popular this year that many costume retailers are completely sold out and are unsure if they will be able to get any more back in stock in time for Halloween.

Keep in mind that we still have about a month before Halloween, so if your heart is set on dressing up as a sexy Elsa, Ana, or Olaf, we would suggest getting your hands on a costume soon as the demand is certainly very high.

Other popular pop culture costumes this year include characters from “The Walking Dead”, “Game Of Thrones” and “Breaking Bad”. Also, individual characters such as Black Widow, The Joker and Miley Cyrus are among the popular choices this year as well.

Many people are looking for creative group costumes for going out and partying with friends this Halloween. Some clever ideas were discovered were for the ladies, dressing up as the Rockford Peaches baseball team featured in “A League Of Their Own” and for the guys, dressing up as “Care Dudes”, which is basically men sized “Care Bear” suits.

Social-Media-costume1We also loved the sexy social media icons costume which we found on Pinterest. It is incredibly clever. Of notable mention or to help you generate ideas we also liked the ideas of dressing up as your favorite video game characters, classic childhood cartoons or classic TV shows i.e. Rugrats, The Peanuts, I Love Lucy, or even The Golden Girls.

We certainly hope you are able to find your perfect costume this Halloween season and feel free to share some of your ideas with us at PCM!

 

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Due To Data Security Concerns Both Apple And Google Phones Will Be ‘FBI Proof’

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(PCM) Ever since the recent celebgate iCloud hack during which many celebrities discovered nude images of themselves that were stored in their private accounts suddenly released on the web and the credit card security breaches at both Target and Home Depot many cell phone users are concerned about their levels of date security.

Both Apple and Google have now announced that they will no longer be unlocking phones even at the request of law enforcement officials. The FBI is not thrilled with the decision of the companies and claims that the FBI is “very concerned’ about the announcement and feels that it in a sense puts phone users “above the law”.

Both companies stand by their decision and say that the protection of their customers privacy is their utmost concern. While the announcement does not mean that the FBI cannot still listen in on calls, it just means that they would no longer have access to any type of information that is stored on the phone or device.

The FBI is currently in talks with both Apple and Google in an attempt to urge them to rethink their policy. There has been no update on a final decision at this time.

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Budweiser Unveils An Emotional New Responsible Drinking Commercial

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(PCM) Budweiser has certainly discovered to pull at your heartstrings with the release of the company’s latest commercial aimed to promote responsible drinking.

The new commercial which has been viewed nearly 16 million times on YouTube, features a young man and his puppy growing up and experiencing life together. At the end of the commercial the puppy had reached his adult years and the young man is shown heading out of the house with a group of his friends carrying a case of Budweiser, leaving the dog behind at home to await his return saying “I’ll be home later”.

The screen goes black and the words “For some the waiting never ended” appear on the screen, leaving the viewer to wonder if the owner ever made it back home. In this case, the commercial ends on a happy note with the owner returning home to reunite with his beloved pet, saying that he decided to stay the night at his friends because he didn’t want to drive under the influence.

The commercial definitely does a fantastic job of relaying the message of responsible drinking and certainly leaves you on the edge of your seat for a few seconds wondering about the young mans fate.

Check it out below:

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Joan Rivers Instagrams About iPhone 6 Update From The Grave

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(PCM) Comedienne Joan Rivers tragically passed away five days prior to the news about the release date for the iPhone 6, however it seems her Instagram account has posted an update in regards to updating her 2010 phone with the new iPhone 6 from the great beyond.

In the post, Rivers described the new iPhone 6 as being a “great achievement in design” and a “great product”. The post also said that her only complaint about her phone from 2010 were that the apps were now designed for bigger screens and that the battery was “getting tired”.

It is quite easy to come to the conclusion that Rivers must have had a pre-arranged deal with Apple to plug the new iPhone and somehow someone forgot to remove the scheduled posting. It has since been taken down.

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Coca Cola Has Finally Brought Back Surge!

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(PCM) Finally succumbing to internet demand, Coca-Cola has finally brought back the caffeine-fueled citrus soda of the 90’s “Surge”! If you grew up as part of that generation than most surely know what “Surge” is all about and just way consumers would be begging for its’ re”surge”nce!

The soda is now brought back into production and being sold exclusively through Amazon.com. Orders came flying in almost immediately and the first batch of “Surge” on Amazon is already completely sold-out.

“Surge” was originally created as Norwegian competitor for Mountain Dew and simply called “Urge”. It was also playfully referred to as “MDK” or Mountain Dew Killer as an inside joke at Coca-Cola. It was first introduced to the mainstream in 1996 and was a huge hit with the young adult demographic. As the demographic grew up so did their interest in “Surge” and it was eventually taken off the market in 2002.

However, there will still many fans of “Surge” that were incredibly sad to see their favorite soda gone forever, so they launched several online campaigns urging Coca-Cola to bring it back. Coca-Cola credits the Facebook page “Surge Movement” as being one of the main driving forces behind the relaunch of the product.

At this time, Coca-Colas says that “Surge” will only be back for a limited time, but if cases continue to sell-out on Amazon, we can’t see them taking it away anytime soon!

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