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    A FORMER nanny shared her tips on how to prevent scrolling through social media at night. Terra Joy, who goes by @thesagesoul on TikTok shared her “adult toy basket” featuring multiple items to give people alternatives to using their phones in bed. 2TikToker Terra Joy shared her tips on avoiding scrolling through social media with an 'adult toy basket'Credit: TikTok “This basket is for mornings and nights when I am laying in bed and I don’t want to be scrolling, but I want to be doing something,” Terra said, holding up her own bedside basket. The box is full of items such as books, coloring books, journals, card decks and even a ukelele. “You don’t gotta be good at it, don’t gotta post it anywhere…just enjoy it,” she said. Terra stressed that her personal goal is not to completely stop using her phone when she’s in bed but rather to avoid scrolling on social media. She suggests that phone calls and FaceTiming friends are also great options and recommends a book of questions to provoke more meaningful conversations. “I’d recommend...
    A TOP celebrity artist has bizarrely revealed he ended up having a "sexual relationship" with the Mona Lisa after he created over a hundred versions of the iconic painting. Domingo Zapata says he became so obsessed with the painting he would dream of Mona Lisa every night and have sex with her. 10Artist Domingo Zapata said he had a sexual and romantic relationship with the Mona LisaCredit: Domingo Zapata 10The painting which is hung at the Louvre, Paris is one of the most iconic in the worldCredit: Getty - Contributor 1026 pieces of Domingo's Mona Lisa artwork are on display at the LouvreCredit: Domingo Zapata Now 26 of his digital takes on the Mona Lisa are being displayed at The Louvre in Paris alongside the iconic Leonardo Da Vinci portrait. And Domingo, one of Leonardo Di Caprio's favorite artists, believes his success is down to his ongoing relationship with Mona Lisa, which he claims is both romantic and sexual. Actor Leo owns one of Domingo's design takes on the famous painting and recently missed on a million dollar...
    I’M shocked the boob job is 60. It’s almost become a standard procedure – anyone unhappy with their breasts will “get them done”. 2Ulrika Jonsson (pictured in 2000) says we've created a monster with breast enlargement surgery as now men expect perfect boobs every timeCredit: Rex Features 2Ulrika Jonsson says getting a breast reduction at 41 was her 'best ever decision'Credit: Rex It has, no doubt, revived and reshaped women’s bodies and, perhaps more importantly, their image of themselves. I understand how debilitating it can be to have a body part that has blighted aspects of your life. After enduring my boobs during puberty and childbirth, at 41 I had them reduced. It was my best ever decision. I’m not here to pour scorn on those women who have chosen to have bigger breasts, but I wonder if we haven’t created a monster in our pursuit of perfection. I think of the many women who regret having made theirs so big. I think of the next generation of women who carry the burden of breast perfection. I...
    NAGGING a child to tidy their room is an exhausting process for any parent. But tired of having the same conversation and to no avail, TikTok user Holly Brooke, from the US, decided to take matters into her own hands and turn her daughter's room into a mini prison as a form of punishment. 4Holly Brooke, from the US, took to TikTok and explained how she turned her daughter's room into a mini prison as a form of punishment for never tidying itCredit: @hi_imholly/Tiktok 4The fed up mother decided to confiscate her clothes, toys and makeup until she learned her lessonCredit: @hi_imholly/Tiktok In the video, she explains: "On another episode of mean mum TikTok, we are turning my child’s room into a little mini jail. I know this will probably p*** a couple of Gen Z’s off, but this is how we’re doing it in my house." She went on to explain how she's given her daughter, who is a pre-teen, a week’s notice to clean her room. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED...
    Thousands of Afghan refugees are expected to resettle in the United States in the coming months and America's biggest tech companies have donated millions to nonprofit organizations supporting the resettlement efforts. But refugee advocates say they want the support from the tech sector to continue once the refugees are safely settled in their new homes.   "The tech sector has been very visible in their support and I hope that will lend to every company that we work with being comfortable and sensible about their support of not IRC necessarily but the clients that we are serving," said Lauren Gray, who oversees corporate partnerships at the International Rescue Committee. The IRC, which has received contributions from Google, Facebook and Uber to help Afghan refugees, is one of nine resettlement agencies in the country. It has delivered aid in Afghanistan for three decades and last year reached one million Afghans with emergency support. It also works with more than a quarter of all Special Immigration Visa arrivals in the U.S. Gray praised the groundswell of support from tech companies and...
    Netflix released a new trailer for its upcoming documentary 'Operation Varsity Blues', which profiles the story of Rick Singer, the mastermind behind the 2019 college admissions scandal that sent actresses Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman and several other prominent parents to prison. Named after the FBI probe that exposed the scandal, the film will focus not on the convicted celebrities like Huffman and Loughlin, but on how Singer persuaded them and many other wealthy clients to cheat their children into the country's most esteemed colleges. The film, which is due to premier on March 17, uses 'an innovative combination of interviews and narrative recreations of the FBI’s wiretapped conversations between Singer and his clients,' Netflix previously said. In a new trailer released Monday, the streaming giant offered a glimpse of some of those real interactions between Singer and the parents - recordings of which that would later go on to indict more than 50 people on federal charges. 'We help the wealthiest families in the US get their kids into school,' actor Matthew Modine, who plays Singer, is heard bragging in...
    Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach isn’t overly pleased with how the college football season went down. Thanks to coronavirus, games were canceled and postponed, restrictions were put in place and the college football season was full of chaos. When discussing the 2020 campaign, Leach didn’t hold back at all, and made it clear this situation hasn’t been much fun. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Mississippi State Football (@hailstatefb) In a video tweeted late Monday afternoon by Tyler Horka, Leach told the media, “In the end, together with all the commotion and clutter, we’ve created one of the most joyless seasons on earth, and hopefully we have the presence of mind not to repeat it this way again.” You can listen to his full comments below. Mississippi State coach Mike Leach ranted about the 2020 college football season. “In the end, together with all the commotion and clutter, we’ve created one of the most joyless seasons on earth. And hopefully we...
    WE have had the Covid vaccine all along and it took just one weekend to design. Moderna's mRNA-1273 vaccine, which was stamped with a 94.5 percent efficacy rate on November 16, was created almost one year ago. 1The vaccine was created over one year agoCredit: AP The jab was designed by January 13, just two days after the virus' genetic sequence was made public. This means that by the time of the first American death, the vaccine had already been made. It was then shipped to the National Institutes of Health for the start of the Phase I clinical trial. However, it should not be suggested that the vaccine was distributed across the world when just basic safety was announced. "That would be like saying we put a man on the moon and then asking the very same day, 'What about going to Mars?'," Nicholas Christakis, director of Yale's Human Nature Lab, told NYmag. He also dubbed the speed of the Moderna vaccine as "astonishing." Most read in NewsCHINA'S BOASTTrump posts vid of Chinese prof claiming they have 'people at...
    A host of progressive politicians and community groups in Brooklyn recently killed a major business project that would have created as many as 20,000 jobs in the city at a time when it is struggling to regain its footing amid the coronavirus pandemic. What are the details?The project — approved by the city planning commission — which called for rezoning and expanding the Industry City complex on the Brooklyn waterfront in Sunset Park into a burgeoning retail space, was yanked this week amid a pressure campaign from the left. Why were progressives so outraged over the job-creating project? Because it would have led to more "displacement and gentrification" among the working-class community, a group of 10 Democratic lawmakers, including members of Congress, argued in an opposition letter this week. Even the New York Times took note of the unfortunate politics at play in a recent write-up on the news:It was slated to be one of the biggest real estate projects in New York City in years, a major expansion of the Industry City complex on the Brooklyn waterfront that could...
    Getty Paris Hilton attends WCRF's "An Unforgettable Evening" at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel on February 27, 2020 in Beverly Hills, California. Socialite Paris Hilton is baring her soul in a new documentary on YouTube called This Is Paris where the heiress opens up about the abuse she says she suffered as a teenager at the hands of student and staff at a boarding school in Provo, Utah. She also says that the “character” of Paris Hilton was a coping mechanism she developed because of her past trauma. Hilton Was Reluctant to Participate In the Documentary The Real Story of Paris Hilton | This Is Paris Official DocumentaryWe thought we knew Paris Hilton. We were wrong. This is the untold true story that shaped the woman, and the iconic character she created. Stream it free September 14 with ads on YouTube or sign up for YouTube Premium to watch the Extended cut. Learn more at: https://support.google.com/youtube/an… Check out YouTube Premium at: https://www.youtube.com/premium/origi… See if Premium is available in your country at: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/63073652020-09-14T04:00:10Z At the 2020 Television Critics...
    In September of 1982, a handful of researchers at Carnegie Mellon University using the ARPANET, the proto-internet network established by the Department of Defense that included several forum-like bulletin boards, got into a multi-day discussion about the behavior of elevators in free-fall. It involved several physics questions. What would happen if someone left a lit candle in there? A small puddle of mercury? A helium balloon? Let’s say several two-pound pigeons flew the coop straight into the cable-cut elevator—would they fly around in panic? If they sucked up the helium from the balloon, would their squawks reach whistle range? The answers flitted between sincerity and sarcasm, theoretical physics and the empirical fact that every poster shared the same university building. “Because of a recent physics experiment, the leftmost elevator has been contaminated with mercury,” one researcher joked. “There is also some slight fire damage.” For some, the gag did not land. A somewhat self-serious administrator followed up to clarify that the elevators were fine, that mercury spills were dangerous, that yelling “fire” in a crowded chat room was bad news....
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