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    COIN fans will want to keep an eye out for errors on their pieces - as "double die" versions can make them hundreds of dollars. TikTok user Diggin Dave, who is a fan of coin roll hunting and metal detecting, recently did this exact thing. 2TikTok user Diggin Dave found a George Washington bicentennial quarter minted in 1976 2It could be worth up to $200 according to Dave, but a similar version sold for $3,246 at an auction a few years ago While going through a coin roll, he claims to have found a George Washington bicentennial quarter minted in 1976. The text features a double die error, which means the coin could be worth $150 to $200, according to Dave. The error refers to the duplicate of particular elements on the coin. In this case, the letters "R", "E" and "B" in the word Liberty were all doubled on the left-hand side. Read more on coinsSILVER LINING Rare quarter sells for $2,327 – how to spot an 'overdate' errorSILVER LINING I found a $10,000 coin collection with pennies and...
    Williamson agreed, adding "You don't change reality by changing what those words actually mean. But if you can’t control the economy, you might as well just control the language." “What a bunch of weasels," Rogan replied. On “The Rubin Report” Thursday, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin shared highlights from the "The Joe Rogan Experience" episode. Watch the video clip below. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    THE winners of a $61 million lottery jackpot has given advice to the recent billion dollar Mega Millions winner as well as what to absolutely to avoid. In 2013, Dave and Erica Harrig won millions on a Powerball ticket from Nebraska. 2Dave (center) and Eric (center right) Harrig won millions on a Powerball ticket in 2013Credit: AP 2The couple has stayed humble and gave advice to new winners, so that they don't fall into the common jackpot trapsCredit: Facebook After collecting their jackpot, they quit their jobs, and bought a brand new home, some vintage cars, and a few cruise vacations. Unlike other winners that fall into lawsuits, scams, or greed, Dave and Erica are humble role models for new lottery winners. Besides a few big splurges, their life was remained normal. They stayed in the same town of Gretna, go to the same church, have the same friends, and teach their children to work hard no matter their financial status, the Associated Press reported. Read More LottoFOR LOVE NOR MONEY I won £5m on the lotto - now...
    Dave Chappelle was spotted having a great time at the Blue Note Jazz Festival in Napa, California, on Friday evening. The 48-year-old comedian, who also hosted the festival, was joined by his wife Elaine Arte during the event, and he notably joined Snoop Dogg while the rapper performed for his fans. The performer's attendance at the event was met with controversy, as several activists previously voiced their concerns regarding his previous material mocking transgender people. Having a good time: Dave Chappelle was spotted enjoying himself on stage with Snoop Dogg at the Blue Note Jazz Festival in Napa, California, on Friday evening Chappelle kept his look casual with a T-shirt and cargo pants during his time at the festival. Elaine opted to wear a Balenciaga crewneck sweater as she watched her husband perform. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next EXCLUSIVE: 'Thanks Dave!' Hometown hero Dave Chappelle is... Dave has the last laugh! Chappelle takes to stage and pokes... Share this article Share It was previously announced that the Chappelle's Show star would headline...
    This is about the story we don’t know yet. That’s the romance of any NFL training camp. Each summer we sit in the bleachers at Miami Dolphins practices, just as coaches sit in meetings after them, wondering who will emerge as a story. Is it undrafted Braylon Sanders, who caught a touchdown Friday? Edge rusher Darius Hodge or cornerback Trill Williams, who have had moments in offseason practices? A good camp always has a discovery or two, and it’s best summed up in these two words: Nik Needham. He’s a known story by now. He’s a fourth-year cornerback who’s an important part of the Dolphins defense. But rewind the clock to 2019 and Needham was an undrafted rookie out of the University of Texas-El Paso who, “went out to every practice nervous about everything,” as he said. That’s the first opponent any rookie trying to make a career has to overcome. “I had to defeat the doubt in myself and prove to myself I belonged,” Needham said. “That was the hardest part of the rookie [year], just trying to find...
    Here’s the great thing about the start of any training camp. You see the good possibilities. You understand how it all can work. Already on the second day of Miami Dolphins camp, a fun movement took root. It’s a, “How will they cover them both,” movement. It went from offseason theory to in-practice reality Thursday as receiver Jaylen Waddle caught seven passes in abbreviated work against the Dolphins defense. Or maybe this movement grew when Tyreek Hill moved downfield, made a blur of a move and was so wide open he stood waiting for Tua Tagovailoa’s pass to find him. You could sit there Thursday and see what it means for NFL defenses. “They’re scared s—less,” said Hill, a six-time Pro Bowl pick. “[Waddle] is faster than I thought. When I first got here, it was like, ‘He’s a 4.3 [in the 40].’ “Typically, when you’re a 4.3 guy, they don’t run as fast on the football field. [Waddle] actually runs a 4.3 on the football field. There’s a difference.” Sure, it was just the second day of camp, just...
    Watch the video clip from "The Rubin Report" below. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    Here’s the great thing about the start of any training camp. You see the good possibilities. You understand how it all can work. Already on the second day of Miami Dolphins camp, a fun movement took root. It’s a, “How will they cover them both,” movement. It went from offseason theory to in-practice reality Thursday as receiver Jalen Waddle caught seven passes in abbreviated work against the Dolphins defense. Or maybe this movement grew when Tyreek Hill moved downfield, made a blur of a move and was so wide open he stood waiting for Tua Tagovailoa’s pass to find him. You could sit there Thursday and see what it means for NFL defenses. “They’re scared s—less,” said Hill, a six-time Pro Bowl pick. “[Waddle] is faster than I thought. When I first got here, it was like, ‘He’s a 4.3 [in the 40].’ “Typically, when you’re a 4.3 guy, they don’t run as fast on the football field. [Waddle] actually runs a 4.3 on the football field. There’s a difference.” Sure, it was just the second day of camp, just...
    The Young Turks hosts couldn’t contain their anger towards Blaze TV host Dave Rubin over recent comments he made regarding the makeup of an “ideal family.” Rubin said during a recent podcast episode that “A family generally is a father and a mother, and then children … That is the norm. And I would say in some ways, this is gonna sound a little bit weird for a certain amount of people, but that is, that is sort of the ideal.” These comments come months before Rubin is set to welcome two children via surrogate with husband David Janet. Young Turks host Ana Kasparian blasted Rubin for these comments during Wednesday’s show, saying, “I don’t know how anyone can debase themselves publicly on a regular basis, more than Dave Rubin, who is married to a man and is currently expecting children who he’s having through surrogates. Which of course his audience like demonized him for doing.” She then posed a question to guest host, John Iadarola, asking, “If someone offered you a million dollars to hate yourself every single day on...
    Chris Rock didn't pull any punches on his new stand-up show at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, taking stage alongside Kevin Hart and Dave Chapelle. The comedian made a not-so-subtle reference to the infamous slap at the 2022 Academy Awards Show, when Will Smith smacked Rock over a joke about his wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. 'Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched in the face,' Rock said during the set on Saturday, ET Online reported. At the event, Hart brought a goat on to the stage as a gift for Rock, announcing its name is Will Smith. 'I told Dave, I said, "Hey man, I’m gonna gift Chris a goat at the end of the show,"' Hart said during a Monday appearance on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. 'He said, "What do you mean?" I said what do you mean, what do I mean? I’m gonna go get a goat.' Chris Rock took stage alongside Kevin Hart and Dave Chapelle on Saturday at New York City’s Madison Square Garden 'Anyone who says words hurt has never been punched...
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    Dave Chappelle is currently performing in Minnesota but photography inside is not allowed (he is sown in October 2019) Dave Chappelle laughed off the fiasco that forced a Minneapolis venue to cancel him at the 11th hour last night in surrender to a woke mob, calling his critics a 'small group of transgender lunatics' and slamming the venue for not having more 'courage'.  Chappelle, 48, had been slated to play a sold-out show at First Avenue, a venue in Minneapolis. Tickets started at $129.50 and the venue had sold 1,500 - bringing in nearly $200,000 of sales, of which they would have taken a handsome slice.  But hours before the show, First Avenue announced it was no longer willing to host. Their about-turn came as the result of a Change.org petition signed by 125 people who complained Chappelle was transphobic, and staff members who refused to turn up to the man the event.  It was quickly moved to the nearby Varsity Theater and went ahead uninterrupted. During the show, Chappelle said he was disappointed that First Avenue hadn't shown more...
    Watch the video clip below. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Dave Rubin? To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    "I could have said, ‘drop to your knees and beg,’ and he would have done it,” Trump wrote. The former president next pivoted to Twitter's lawsuit against Musk filed Tuesday to force the billionaire entrepreneur to follow through on his $44 billion deal to acquire the platform. “Now Elon should focus on getting himself out of the Twitter mess because he could owe $44 billion for something that’s perhaps worthless,” Trump wrote. “Also, lots of competition for electric cars!” he added. Musk responded to the controversy over his decision to pull out of his Twitter deal on Monday by tweeting a meme with himself laughing about the platform's refusal to disclose "bot info" and how the company will be now forced to do so by its own lawsuit. "They said I couldn’t buy Twitter. Then they wouldn’t disclose bot info. Now they want to force me to buy Twitter in court. Now they have to disclose bot info in court," the meme says. \u201chttps://t.co/JcLMee61wj\u201d — Elon Musk (@Elon Musk) 1657512240 On “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin talked about...
    Leftists have been raging on social media in response to comedian Dave Chappelle receiving an Emmy nomination for his Netflix stand-up special The Closer. On Tuesday, despite months of intimidation from far-left LGBTQ activists, the Emmys gave Dave Chappelle’s The Closer not one but two nominations in the categories of outstanding pre-recorded variety special and direction of a variety special. The #Emmy nominees for Variety Special (Pre-recorded) are:@Adele: One Night Only (@CBS)@DaveChappelle: The Closer (@Netflix)Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts (@HBO / @HBOMax) (1/2)#EmmyNoms #Emmys #Emmys2022 — Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) July 12, 2022 During the special, Chappelle openly mocked radical elements of the transgender movement, from its cancellation of author J.K. Rowling to its insistence that society conform to their demands. Intense backlash immediately followed as Netflix employees staged walkouts while the overall media labeled Dave Chappelle a “transphobe.” Nevertheless, Chappelle persisted and the same people who protested his special are now outraged that the Emmys have honored him with a nomination. Dave Chappelle getting Emmy noms for his transphobic special is just disgusting. Do better, TV Academy. — Shannon...
    Despite the massive controversy swirling around Dave Chappelle's Netflix special The Closer, he still found himself walking away with yet another Emmy nomination. The Closer, which was released in October, came under fire for jokes where he compared trans woman's genitals to 'fake meat' and declared him 'Team TERF' (Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminist). The controversy even lead to an employee walkout at Netflix and protests at their Los Angeles facilities, though Chappelle defended his work continually, and now he has his 12th Emmy nomination to show for it. Emmy: Despite the massive controversy swirling around Dave Chappelle's Netflix special The Closer, he still found himself walking away with yet another Emmy nomination Protest: The controversy even lead to an employee walkout at Netflix and protests at their Los Angeles facilities, though Chappelle defended his work continually, and now he has his 12th Emmy nomination to show for it Chappelle is nominated for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded), going up against Adele: One Night Only, Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts, Norm MacDonald: Nothing Special and One Last Time: An Evening with Tony...
    All the woke transgender protests against Dave Chappelle’s The Closer couldn’t scare off left-wing Hollywood from recognizing the show with two Emmy nominations on Tuesday. The Closer, which streams on Netflix, scored an Emmy nomination in the category of outstanding pre-recorded variety special and another in the category of direction of a variety special for Stan Lathan. The #Emmy nominees for Variety Special (Pre-recorded) are:@Adele: One Night Only (@CBS)@DaveChappelle: The Closer (@Netflix)Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts (@HBO / @HBOMax) (1/2)#EmmyNoms #Emmys #Emmys2022 — Television Academy (@TelevisionAcad) July 12, 2022 The nominations stand in sharp contrast to the mainstream media’s universally negative coverage of the show and the many protests from transgender activists who accused the comedian of bigotry. Watch below: “They cancelled @jk_rowling, they started calling her a TERF. I didnt even know what that was, but I know that trans people make up words to win arguments… Im team TERF.” — Dave Chappelle#SexNotGender pic.twitter.com/VSxzrohZWM — Womens Voices (@WomenReadWomen) October 7, 2021 Netflix employees staged a walkout in protest of the show, demanding the streamer yank the program...
    In this article AAL BA GPS PTON TWTR PLAY A Gap store in New York, August 2, 2020.Scott Mlyn | CNBCCheck out the companies making headlines in midday trading. Gap — Shares of the apparel retailer dropped more than 3% after Gap announced Monday that CEO Sonia Syngal is stepping down from her position. Wells Fargo downgraded the stock to equal weight from buy following the move, saying the firm can no longer recommend a stock that is dealing with so many challenges within its own company — especially as investors deal with a difficult economic backdrop. Boeing — The aerospace company's shares jumped more than 8% after it reported that its deliveries have reached their highest monthly level since March 2019. Boeing delivered 51 airplanes in June, totaling 216 jets during the first half. Airline stocks – Shares of American Airlines jumped 11% after the company updated its second-quarter guidance, expecting total revenue to rise by 12% compared to the same period in 2019. Delta Air Lines gained about 7.5% ahead of its earnings, scheduled for Wednesday. Southwest...
    Earlier this year, Louis C.K. proved his own “cancellation” was a myth when his big comeback special Sincerely Louis C.K. not only landed a nomination but went on to win the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album. Don’t be surprised if Dave Chappelle pulls off a similar trick at the Emmys. Now, to be fair, hateful speech is not the same as C.K.’s abusive behavior, but it now feels inevitable that Chappelle’s controversial Netflix special The Closer will be rewarded by the Television Academy when nominations are announced this Tuesday. In addition to Chappelle’s Netflix special, the nominations for Outstanding Variety Special (Pre-Recorded) are expected to include some non-comedy entries as well, including Adele’s One Night Only concert and a similarly problematic Harry Potter 20th anniversary reunion on HBO Max. But it is comedy—and Chappelle, specifically—that have dominated the category in recent years. The comedian’s previous Netflix specials Equanimity, in which he defended Louis C.K., and Stick and Stones, in which he mocked Michael Jackson’s accusers, won the award in 2018 and 2020, respectively. If The Closer is included among...
    Comedian Dave Chappelle is refusing to submit to the woke high school students who decried his last comedy special The Closer as transphobic and anti-LGBTQ, saying the more they try to silence him, the more determined he will be to speak out. In a new Netflix special, Dave Chappelle gives a speech at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D.C., where students protested the naming of a new theater after the comedian, who once attended the school. “The more you say I can’t say something, the more urgent it is for me to say it,” Chappelle reportedly says in What’s in a Name?, released Thursday on Netflix. “It has nothing to do with what you’re saying I can’t say. It has everything to do with my right and my freedom of artistic expression. It’s worth protecting for me, and it’s worth protecting for everyone else who endeavors in our noble professions.” Watch Chappelle deliver a personal speech at his alma mater. Dave Chappelle: Whats in a Name? is now streaming. pic.twitter.com/0FxwdakU11 — Netflix Is A Joke (@NetflixIsAJoke) July...
    Most mornings for more than two pandemic-laden years, Mike Westhoff woke early, ate breakfast and then sat on his bed at 7 a.m. with a pen and yellow legal pad to do something he never had. He wrote for hours each day. He wrote of listening with a young New York Giants assistant, Bill Belichick, as Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight taught footwork. He wrote of having a chair in his Miami Dolphins office reserved only for Don Shula’s Wednesday night meeting. “What do you got?” Shula would say for Westhoff to present his special-teams plans. Westhoff wrote of coaching on a team with quarterback Dan Marino (“the experience of a lifetime”), wrote how the New York Jets didn’t use Tim Tebow as planned (a “disgrace and a mess”) and wrote how a friendship with Dolphins executive Bill Parcells ended when Parcells sent a letter to the league accusing Westhoff of violating league rules for visiting a Dolphins practice in retirement and then re-joining the Jets the next week. “With a miserable, chickens— letter, he destroyed what I believed was...
    Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy was heckled by an angry woman who called him a 'rape apologist' during one of his pizza reviews.  Portnoy, 45, made a trip to 1943 Pizza in Greenpoint, New York, for another of his infamous pizza reviews, which he posted to his YouTube account on Wednesday.  The Massachusetts native took two ferries to get the Brooklyn establishment, which he said took a couple hours. For Portnoy, the trip -- which was centered around getting the pizza -- ended up being 'disappointing' as the pie wasn't 'two hours [traveling time]' good and he was caught up with a 'hater.'  As the Barstool Sports founder was leaving the joint, a blonde woman peaked over the side of the black fence to harass him.   '[You're a] rape apologist,' the angry woman yelled at him. The woman is referring to the multiple accusations against the Barstool Sports owner, where several women have accused him of violent sex and filming them without permission.  Portnoy can be heard in the background telling the cameraman to 'zoom in on her.'  'You're a f**king...
    A SLEEP expert has revealed whether hacks that claim to get you to sleep within five minutes or less will actually work. Social media is awash with tips and tricks to help the most common sleep problem - getting to sleep faster. 1Sleep hacks that claim to work within ten minutes are too good to be trueCredit: Getty Counting sheep just doesn’t cut it for most people, who may lie awake for hours. Dave Gibson, a sleep coach, is familiar with the troves of videos on platforms like TikTok that promise to hold the key to better sleep.  He gave a detailed analysis of whether the most viewed will actually work - and how to improve them. Ten seconds - the military technique With a staggering 11 million views, this military sleep hack was supposedly formulated by the United States Navy Pre-Flight School to help pilots fall asleep in two minutes or less.  Read more on sleepLAND OF NOD I’m a dreams expert - here’s what 10 common dreams really mean It works by relaxing every part of your body,...
    Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy got a slice of one young woman’s mind during a pizza review. Portnoy has been doing his “One Bite” reviews of pies around the country for years, but the latest is one of the more memorable installments. He concluded his video review at 1943 Pizza Bar on Long Island, after which, the woman ripped into him. She called him “a rape apologist.” “You’re a fucking jerk,” she added, before appearing to address a woman who was with Portnoy. “See how fucking soulless he is.” “Why do you say that?” asked Portnoy. “Because I’ve seen the shit that you write,” she responded. “And also, your anti-union bullshit is disgusting.” “Anti-union?” Portnoy replied. Portnoy had overtly threatened to fire employees who attempted to unionize and ultimately settled with the National Labor Relations Board. It is illegal to threaten employees with termination for trying to form a union. “I hope your fucking Barstool Sports bullshit dies and rots in the ground just like you, honey,” the woman told him. “We’re 20 years,” he said, referring to Barstool’s history...
    Dave Statter, a former journalist, has a camera in his Crystal City apartment pointed at I-395, specifically at the left-lane exit 8C, which heads to Route 1 in Crystal City. (Courtesy Dave Statter via Twitter) If you drive enough in Arlington, Virginia, you probably have had to deal with people making seemingly impossible turns and cutting across numerous lanes of traffic to getting to your exit. One of the worst stretches of road for drivers is Interstate 395 near Boundary Channel Drive, where a safety advocate has been monitoring dozens of crashes, near misses and stalled drivers over the past eight months.  Dave Statter, a former journalist, has a camera in his Crystal City apartment pointed at I-395, specifically at the left-lane exit 8C, which heads to Route 1 in Crystal City. IYMI, this I-395S Exit 8C crash was Saturday evening. The 2nd in less than 24 hours. https://t.co/OCPrkM3NOe — Dave Statter (@STATter911) June 27, 2022 “Unfortunately, there have been a number of collisions. But more frequently — many, many times a day — people try to get to...
    More On: dave coulier Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum: ‘I knocked out Dave Coulier at Stamos wedding’ Dave Coulier: Sobriety helped me grieve deaths of brother, dad and Bob Saget Dave Coulier’s ‘Full House’ co-stars support him after sobriety reveal Dave Coulier celebrates two years sober with photo of ‘drunk’ injuries You got it wrong, dude. Dave Coulier never imagined his “Full House” co-star Lori Loughlin would end up in federal prison. “If you would have said at the beginning of ‘Full House,’ ‘Who’s the one person who’s going to end up going to jail?’ Lori was last on the list,” the actor, who played Uncle Joey on the ABC sitcom, told E! News in a recent interview. Coulier, 62, conceded that Loughlin, 57, had a “strange turn” in her life when she pleaded guilty in the college admissions scandal, but he still has a soft spot for her. “Lori is my best girlfriend in life,” he said. “We make each other laugh really hard through the tough times and the fun times.” The comedian went on to...
    And finally, the award for the worst take probably goes to Goldberg's co-host on “The View,” Ana Navarro, who used her disabled relatives as an example to defend abortion after she was challenged about her Catholic faith. Her comments have been interpreted by many as an argument for killing people with mental disabilities. Watch the video clip below: Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Festival show was two years late. Fans thought it was worth the wait. The former Beatle pulled out all the stops — and brought on big-name rock’n’roll guest stars — for a 2½-hour concert at the southwest England festival on Saturday night. McCartney was due to play Glastonbury in 2020. That year’s festival and the 2021 edition were both scuttled by the coronavirus pandemic. Now, at 80, he’s the festival’s oldest-ever solo headliner. McCartney and his band treated the huge crowd to Beatles classics like “Get Back,” “Hey Jude,” “Blackbird” and “Let it Be,” along with solo hits including “Live and Let Die” and newer material. Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl came on to play “Saw Her Standing There” and “Band on the Run.” Then Bruce Springsteen and McCartney — the Boss and the Beatle — dueted on Springsteen’s “Glory Days” and the early Lennon-McCartney song “I Wanna Be Your Man.” McCartney paid tribute to Beatles bandmate George Harrison, who died in 2001, by performing the Harrison-penned “Something.” Thanks to technology, he sang with...
    No dog ever had a better yard to play in than Drago. Because as countless Boston Red Sox players and fans saw over the last decade, Drago’s playground was Fenway Park. Sniffing along the Green Monster, exploring the dugouts or simply resting on the pitcher’s mound before a game, Drago was a delight. And valuable, too, as a German shepherd service dog for head groundskeeper Dave Mellor. A week ago, shortly after walking on the outfield grass before the Red Sox hosted Oakland, Drago had a stroke. Two days later, he died at age 10. “I was blessed he was in my life as he saved my life, changed my life, inspired me and gave hope to my life in ways I hadn’t had in decades and didn’t know were possible,” Mellor texted The Associated Press on Thursday. “I am absolutely heartbroken,” he said. On Friday night, before a game against St. Louis, the Red Sox recognized Drago on the videoboard and a tribute was read over the public-address system. “Friends, throughout Fenway Park’s 110-year history, so many have roamed...
    Dave Chappelle has purchased a block of land in the small Ohio town where he lives in an attempt to stop a building firm from constructing a $39million development in the area.  The new development would potentially have reached right up to the border of Chappelle's property, according to zoning plans. But now it appears the comedian has purchased around 19 acres of land in Yellow Springs, which had previously been owned by Oberer Land Developers, Ltd.  Oberer's grand plans that would have occupied some 52 acres.  It's believed Chappelle owns the southern portion of the block of land in order to create some distance between his own property and any new construction that may arise. Dave Chappelle has purchased a block of land in the small Ohio town where he lives in an attempt to block a building firm from constructing a $39million development in the area Chappelle has now bought 19 acres of land in the small Ohio village of Yellow Springs where he lives and plans to build his own restaurant and comedy venue Chappelle, who is worth an estimated $50...
    Dave Chappelle will not be naming the theater at his old high school after himself and has instead chosen a politically-charged name that makes fun of cancel culture. The comedian revealed during a naming ceremony Monday that the theater at Duke Ellington High School in Washington DC would now be called the Theater for Artistic Freedom and Expression. Chappelle, 48, faced worldwide criticism after he made jokes about the transgender community during his Netflix special, The Closer, last fall. The fury fire had also sparked at his alma mater. During a visit last November several Duke Ellington students told Chappelle his remarks were offensive and 'childish.'  Referencing his encounter with the students, Chapelle said during Monday's ceremony that he 'didn't want any students to see his name on the theater' and feel badly about it. 'The idea that my name will be turned into an instrument of someone else's perceived oppression is untenable to me,' he told the crowd, adding how the chosen name instead emphasizes 'the nuance of art' and 'freedom of artistic expression.' Dave Chappelle will not be naming the theater...
    FORMER WWE referee and assistant to Andre The Giant, Tim White has died aged 68. White began as a part-time referee in 1985 but after Andre's death in 1993 he took up the position full-time rising to fame. 1Legendary WWE referee Tim White has sadly passed away He stayed in the position for eleven years before a shoulder injury ended his career. White was known for taking charge of some of the biggest matches in WWE history including the infamous Hell in a Cell Match between Undertaker and Mankind at King of the Ring 1998. Even when his officiating career ended, White worked behind the scenes for a number of years as an official and talent agent.  Tributes have flooded in from fans and many former WWE stars. READ MORE IN SPORTREST IN PEACE WWF legend Dave Hebner dies aged 73 after iconic refereeing career Ettore 'Big E' Ewen tweeted: "I lit up every time I saw this man! Tim White often was the man tasked with shepherding us at appearances and conventions the last several years. "He...
    WWF legend Dave Hebner has passed away aged 73. The former referee was suffering from an illness and also had Parkinson's disease. 1Dave Hebner has died aged 73 Hebner began refereeing for the WWF in the 1980s and officiated iconic bouts including the World Heavyweight title bout between Hulk Hogan and André the Giant in 1998. He also refereed Randy Savage versus Ricky Steamboat at WrestleMania III and Randy Savage versus Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania V. His nephew and fellow referee Brian Hebner confirmed the news and paid tribute to his uncle. He wrote: "I’m so sad. Just don’t really know what to say. Today we lost one of the good ones…….My uncle David. "He was one of the best humans in the world. Thank you all for all the outpouring of messages and support. This is a tough one. I Love You Uncle David. God got a good one." Another former WWE referee Jimmy Korderas wrote: "So saddened to hear of the passing of my mentor, teacher, guardian & great friend David Hebner. "Thank you for everything....
    A PAIR of twins have been in the home repair game for 40 years – and they have some tips that could save households thousands of dollars. The inspiration for Dave and Jim Schuelke came from their father, who was a plumbing contractor in Palm Springs, California. 1The 54-year old twins now share their home improvement tips to 780,000 followers David Schuelke Sr. started to rain his expertise on his twin sons when they turned 14. That led both Dave and Jim to start up their own business, which is known as Twin Home Experts. “[We] grew it from there; from one truck that our dad gave us in a box of tools to 120 employees and almost $10million of revenue,” Dave told The Sun. While both Dave and Jim reside in Los Angeles California now, the company provides services in Southern California, Maricopa County Arizona, Scottsdale Arizona and Salt Lake City, Utah. READ MORE ON SUN EXCLUSIVES DOUBLE BENEFIT I'm an eco expert - I've saved $12,000 by buying reusable itemsTREASURE HUNT I’m a coin expert - see the most valuable Lincoln...
    BlazeTV host Dave Rubin blasted Pride Month and their takeover of the rainbow during a recent Q & A session on his show. Rubin was asked about his thoughts on Pride Month during the Thursday episode of his show The Rubin Report. He promptly said, “I mean, first off, you know, pride is not something you need a month for. Pride isn’t even something you need a day for. Pride isn’t something you have to scream about. Like, I am proud of what I do, the work that I do, what I’ve presented to the world, I suppose.” He continued, “I wasn’t always proud of everything that I’ve done. I’m not proud of everything I’ve done in my past. You know what I mean? But that first off the idea that it’s a month is just completely ridiculous that we have a month, a black history month and a pride month. None of it means anything!” “It’s all corporate package nonsense,” Rubin declared. “But there’s something specific about the word pride that I don’t like. It’s like pride isn’t...
    The first week of June has been an eventful one at the Washington Post. On June 1, the start of Pride month, Post politics reporter David Weigel retweeted a post from YouTuber Cam Harless claiming “Every girl is bi. You just have to figure out if it’s polar or sexual.” His colleague, Post reporter Felicia Sonmez, posted a screenshot of the retweet on June 3, stating that it was “Fantastic to work at a news outlet where retweets like this are allowed!” Weigel initially defended the retweet by saying he “chuckled” at it, but later removed it because he realized it was “not that funny.” The Post responded internally, leading Weigel to apologize and stress in a tweet he “did not mean to cause any harm.” The paper then issued a statement publicly, with Post CCO Kristine Coratti Kelly saying Post “Editors have made clear to the staff that the tweet was reprehensible and demeaning language or actions like that will not be tolerated.” We later learned that Sonmez initially shared her issue with the remarks in an internal...
    Tucker Carlson absolutely reveled in the drama in the Washington Post newsroom that has been ongoing since Friday. On Tuesday, the Fox News host addressed the controversy, which began with the retweet of a sexist joke by reporter Dave Weigel. He apologized on Friday and was suspended for a month without pay on Monday. However, that hasn’t prevented reporter Felicia Sonmez – who initially took issue with the retweet in a Post Slack channel and then on Twitter – from continuing to take digs at her company. Reporter Jose Del Real defended Weigel on Twitter while condemning the joke. After Weigel was suspended, Sonmez tweeted on Monday night and suggested Del Real face disciplinary action as well. Executive Editor fired off a memo on Tuesday basically telling reporters to knock it off in general terms. On Tuesday, Carlson turned his attention to the employees involved and had himself a grand old time. “They’re upset because one of the paper’s reporters – a thoroughly beta a character – called Dave Weigel retweeted a joke,” said the Fox News host, who repeated the...
    Here’s hoping this grand experiment of Mike McDaniel works, and not just to show there’s another way of leading a football team besides the drill-sergeant dinosaur from an antiquated time before players painted fingernails and got pedicures. It’s also because football sounds fun with the new Miami Dolphins coach. That’s a word you rarely hear around football. Fun. And it’s said with the understanding no one knows if McDaniel can be a successful head coach. We don’t know whether he can call plays, much less command a room, corral a team that’s lost three straight games or handle the, “five things that come across your desk every day that have nothing to do with football,’ as Nick Saban put one of his roles. Here’s what we know: Players like McDaniel. That’s a start. You’re not going to get any player to admit to disliking their boss, of course. But the Dolphins players do something odd for pro football players when discussing their coach. They smile. They can’t help it. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa even admitted to calling him, “Mystic Mike.” Why?...
    As Deese stammered and stuttered about the FDA using "their best scientific judgment," the camera suddenly toppled sideways and cut off the feed. “Our camera fell down," Tapper said, grinning. "Okay. Brian Deese, thank you so much.” \u201cWhite House official pressed why Biden didn\u2019t know until April the baby formula shortage would be so serious\u201d — The Lead CNN (@The Lead CNN) 1654128011 As it happens, this isn't the first time Tapper has broken from his usual Biden-apologetic position to criticize the White House. On “The Rubin Report,” BlazeTV host Dave Rubin talked about how food shortages and inflation have gotten so bad that even CNN hosts are turning on the president. Watch the video clip below or find full episodes of "The Rubin Report" here. Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution and live the American dream.
    The man who attacked comedian Dave Chappelle made a court appearance for a status report for the on stage ambush and separate attempted murder charges.  Isaiah Lee, 23, was pictured in Los Angeles court on Thursday for a court hearing in connection to his on stage attack of Dave Chappelle during his set at the Hollywood Bowl last month.  He was pictured with his braids in a high ponytail wearing an arm-sling over what appears to be a cast that extended to some of his fingers.  On May 3 Lee stormed the stage in Los Angeles and tried to tackle Chappelle while carrying a folding knife attached to a fake replica firearm, in front of a high profile crowd that included people such as Elon Musk.  The comedian was able to sidestep Lee, and was unharmed. Lee was arrested at the scene, and taken to hospital with a broken arm.  Isaiah Lee, 23, was pictured in court for a court hearing in connection to his on stage attack of Dave Chappelle during his set at the Hollywood Bowl He was...
    Dave RobertsProvided by ESPN Dave Roberts is a creature of habit. The ESPN executive, who has emerged as an influential force behind the scenes at the network, prefers to take business meetings at the Four Seasons, for instance. In 2015, sports media personality and regular ESPN panelist Bomani Jones was in Los Angeles to attend the network's ESPY Awards ceremony and planned to meet with Roberts. According to Jones, Roberts initially agreed to meet him at his hotel. Instead, Roberts arrived in a cab, called him and said, according to Jones, "Man, let's go to the Four Seasons!" "Dave likes the Four Seasons because it works, and it's proven," Jones said. Told of the story, Roberts said to CNBC, "I like certain routines." Another routine: He starts every day on a treadmill around 4:30 a.m. It's an important habit, but not just for him. That's where he contemplates what sports fans will be watching throughout the day on Disney-owned sports network ESPN. "The editorial optics," Roberts said. "The time on that treadmill allows me to think." Roberts, who rose steadily through...