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“We’re tying to get back to that and take it back.” Most names for the group chat don’t last long. “Just getting back to that point and being able to win it this time, that’s the part of redemption we want,” said Joel Berry II, as No. 16 Texas Southern in a South region opening-round game Friday afternoon at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S. Forward Kennedy Meeks lights up everyone else’s phones, sending double the amount as everyone else, according to Berry.
“It was something that was taken away from us last year,” said junior Justin Jackson, the ACC Player of the year, who created the name for the chat. That’s what redemption means to me.” The texts vary from serious in nature to jokes.
“It’s just in your mind now.” Berry has never watched the entire game.
Over the summer, the junior point guard saw most of it, but turned it off before Kris Jenkins’ buzzer-beating 3-pointer.
Still, it’s hard to avoid the shot, especially this time of year.
“With it being NCAA Tournament time, you see it on ESPN all the time. “Every time I see it, my thought is I just want to change that.
Teens have used the technology to stream their own suicides or crimes, so it’s very possible to see horrifying things because live video is so difficult to moderate. Just as people have become famous on You Tube, there are live-stream celebrities, and kids tune in to watch them, follow them, and even buy them “gifts,” which are basically online donations.
So, what are these apps that are taking kids by storm? Users simply fire up an app such as Facebook or Periscope, turn on the live-streaming feature, aim the camera on themselves, and broadcast to whomever is following them on the app.Two British men accused of gang-raping an unconscious woman in a Singapore hotel were seen smirking as they left court Monday.