Tuesday, Aug 09, 2022 - 18:05:35
22 results - (0.001 seconds)

if I stayed:

latest news at page 1:
1
    Paramount Pictures Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner in a scene from 'Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.' It’s a logical question, asked by many fans. After the Spock died in “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan,” what would “Star Trek” have been like if the beloved half-Human/half-Vulcan had stayed dead? Everyone fan in the galaxy knows that he didn’t. Leonard Nimoy returned in “Star Trek III: The Search for Spock,” which he directed. He then, according to Memory Alpha, reprised the character in “Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home,” which he also directed, “Star Trek V: The Final Frontier,” “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country,” “Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Star Trek (2009), and, finally, “Star Trek Into Darkness.”It’s important to separate the behind-the-scenes “Wrath of Khan” machinations that resulted in Spock’s demise or the “Remember” bit of katra-shifting that left the door open to Spock’s return if Nimoy chose to come back. This is a look at what might have happened if “Star Trek” remained Spock-less after the events of “The Wrath of Khan.” What...
    R&B icon Bobby Brown believes that ex wife Whitney Houston would still be alive today had they stayed together - and fought their hard drug addictions. Emotional Bobby admits he remains heartbroken that Whitney could not kick cocaine and crack after he got sober. In his most frank ever interview, the R&B icon claims he speaks to his ex wife and their deceased daughter Bobby Kristina from beyond the grave. In a preview clip of a new A&E Network documentary, leaked to DailyMail.com, Brown also mustered the strength to visit his ex wife and their daughter's graves at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey for the first time. The shocking new documentary shows Bobby Brown visiting Whitney Houston's grave for the first time as well as his daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown's final resting place Brown makes the revelation in the documentary that he still talks to his late ex-wife and daughter from beyond the grave Brown and Houston were married in July 1992 and divorced in 2007, five years before the singer's untimely death. They are pictured with their daughter...
    Former Dallas Cowboys executive Gil Brandt is under fire for 'disgraceful' comments about the death of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback and former Ohio State standout Dwayne Haskins.  The 24-year-old football star was killed on Saturday morning after he was hit by a dump truck on Interstate 595 near Fort Lauderdale. Later on NFL Radio, Brandt went viral after he was asked about Haskins death. The 90-year-old Hall-of-Famer made several 'disgraceful' and 'completely inappropriate' remarks on the subject. 'I hate anytime anybody is killed or anybody dies. But he was a guy that was living to be dead,' Brandt told Vic Carucci and Dan Leberfeld of Sirius XM NFL Radio.   'They told him don't, under any circumstances, leave school early. You just don't have the work habits. You don't have this, you don't have that. What did he do? Left school early,' he said. Scroll down for video  Former vice president of player personnel in the National Football League for the Dallas Cowboys Gil Brandt at AT&T Stadium on October 06, 2019 in Arlington, Texas Dwayne Haskins Jr. #7 of the Washington Football Team...
    If someone said they'd pay you $1,800 to stay off social media for six years, would you do it? Could you?Sivert Klefsaas did just that."I thought it was awesome," Sivert told CNN Tuesday. "I thought, 'Ah what's 6 more years?'"In 2016, Lorna Goldstrand Klefsaas challenged her 12-year-old son Sivert to stay off social media until he was 18. If he completed the challenge, she'd award him the cash on his eighteenth birthday. On February 19, 2022, Sivert claimed his prize.Lorna was inspired by a challenge she heard on the radio called the "16 for 16", where a mother gave her daughter $1,600 when she turned 16 if she stayed off social media, she told CNN. She decided to up the ante to two extra years and $200 more.Sivert said it wasn't too difficult to live without social media, and he didn't think about it much during the six years. As a 12 year old, Sivert said he wasn't using social media much anyway. The only app he had prior to the bet was Snapchat -- which he deleted a day...
    A Minnesota high schooler who patiently waited until he turned 18 to use social media was handsomely rewarded by his proud mother with $1,800. When Sivert Klefsaas was 12, his mother, Lorna, issued a challenge: If he stayed off all social media until he was 18 years old, she'd give him a hefty sum of cash. On February 19, Sivert met completed the '18 for 18 challenge' — and his mom held up her end of the bargain. 'He did really dig in,' Lorna told KARE11. 'He was like "I'm not breaking this." I'm proud of him, because there were a few times where it was harder. I knew for sure he was going to make it.'  When Sivert Klefsaas was 12, his mother, Lorna, issued a challenge: If he stayed off all social media until he was 18 years old, she'd give him a hefty sum of cash On February 19, Sivert met completed the '18 for 18 challenge' - and his mom held up her end of the bargain Lorna got the idea for the reward system after...
    Jim Belushi believes his brother John’s time on the football field contributed to his death. John Belushi was co-captain of his high school varsity football team and was an all-conference middle linebacker. Belushi even received a football scholarship to the University of Western Illinois. “John was the middle linebacker,” his brother Jim said on 10 Questions with Kyle Brandt podcast. “Tough as nails. He had the most tackles. He was all-state, all-conference. He banged his head a lot. A lot.” Belushi said back in his brother’s playing days, people weren’t as aware of head injuries caused by playing football. “Back then it’s like, ‘What’s a matter? You got your bell rung?’ And they’d put you right back in.” Belushi then detailed a moment from his brother’s high school days where he knew his brother was suffering from a head injury. “I went into the utility room and he was hanging on to that cement sink where the laundry room was, and he was shaking. And I thought he was doing a gag and he fell,” Belushi recalled. “Boom. Ambulance. Pulling...
    The rookie New York Police officer, who was seen in viral video giving her lieutenant a raunchy lap dance at the 44th’s precinct’s Christmas party, says she feels “it would have stayed in house” if a man had given the dance. “I feel like just because mainly, I’m a female dressed the way I was, being a rookie, things were different,” Vera Mekuli, 26, told TMZ of her seductive tango with married Lt. Nick McGarry. “Had it been a man doing it, I feel like it would have been more of a joking matter, and it would have stayed in house versus go public the way it did with me.” The December 16 incident took place at Rory Dolan’s Restaurant and Bar in Yonkers where Mekuli gyrated on McGarry’s lap, Breitbart News previously reported. McGarry was reassigned to a Transit District 12 after the video came to light.  Warning: Explicit Content. Watch Below:  The rookie officer apologized to McGarry’s wife in an interview with TMZ.  “I do want to apologize to the Lieutenants wife, you know, I am sorry. Truly I...
    Ben Affleck revealed he'd probably still be drinking if he had remained "trapped" in marriage with Jennifer Garner. Affleck, 49, opened up about the end of his marriage to Garner, 49, during a recent appearance on Sirius XM's "The Howard Stern Show."  "We probably would’ve ended up at each other’s throats. I probably still would’ve been drinking," Affleck told Stern (via Page Six). "Part of why I started drinking was because I was trapped," he explained. Ben Affleck revealed he'd probably still be drinking if he had remained in his "trapped" marriage with Jennifer Garner. (Photo by BG004/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images) JENNIFER LOPEZ REPORTEDLY FEELS BEN AFFLECK ROMANCE IS ‘TRULY MEANT TO BE’ Drinking had been Affleck's solution to dealing with his unhappy marriage. "I was like, ‘I can’t leave because of my kids, but I’m not happy. What do I do?’ And what I did was [I] drank a bottle of scotch and fell asleep on the couch, which turned out not to be the solution." "Ultimately, we tried, we tried, we tried because we had kids, but both of...
    More On: ben affleck Ana de Armas kisses boyfriend Paul Boukadakis during LA stroll Jennifer Lopez introduces new family kitten: Meet Hendrix Ben Affleck appears frustrated, vents to ex-wife Jennifer Garner Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez can’t keep hands off each other at Lakers game Ben Affleck felt “trapped” in his marriage to Jennifer Garner and — and thinks he wouldn’t have gotten sober had he stayed. “We probably would’ve ended up at each other’s throats. I probably still would’ve been drinking,” Affleck, 49, recently said on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show.” “Part of why I started drinking was because I was trapped.” Affleck, who went to rehab for alcoholism in 2018, continued, “I was like, ‘I can’t leave because of my kids, but I’m not happy, what do I do?’ And what I did was [I] drank a bottle of scotch and fell asleep on the couch, which turned out not to be the solution.” The actor added that he and 49-year-old Garner, who were married from 2005 to 2018, tried to work on their marriage for...
    Rob O’Neill is very confident in America’s ability to conduct military operations, but he thinks some people should just stay out of the way. During my interview with the Navy SEAL who shot and killed terrorist mastermind Osama Bin Laden, I asked how ugly things would get if America took the gloves off when it came to fighting our enemies. However, he thinks the guys in suits are getting in the way and have the wrong priorities. “We’d wipe out Iran in no time…we rolled through Iraq like it was nothing and we could do that to anybody if we wanted to. The problem is we let people in suits, we let attorneys get involved and senior officers that are more concerned about social experimentation than violence,” O’Neill explained to me when I asked how ugly things could get. You can listen to his full comments below. That’s about as blunt as it gets. Our top guys can decapitate any country if we wanted to, but some other people would prefer to focus on “social experimentation,” in O’Neill’s...
    YOU KNOW what? I think I should have got an England cap. I certainly should have had a friendly, especially during my first year in the Prem, when I got 13 goals and ten assists. 3Troy Deeney's brilliant new autobiography is available nowCredit: The Sun 3The striker believes he should have won at least one cap for England while in his primeCredit: Reuters That summer, Leicester, the reigning champions, made several bids to sign me. I was flattered by that and tempted by it. I spoke to the Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri about it and looked at it as a win–win situation. I was the main man at Watford and was being mentioned in the England conversation but if I had gone to Leicester, I think I would have had an England call-up by now. I would have played Champions League there and my profile would have gone up. Jamie Vardy was weighing up a move to Arsenal at the same time Leicester were offering Watford £25million for me but he ended up staying. I would have played with Vardy...
    Dont Miss the Amazing Deals On This Disney Car Seat & More Must-Have Baby Gear Giants place Nick Gates on injured reserve © Universal Studios Han returns in "Fast 9." Universal Studios The handling of Deckard Shaw's BBQ scene in "Fast 8" confused "F9" director Justin Lin. Shaw killed Han in "F6." It upset fans that he seemed friendly with Dom while never addressing Han. Lin tells Insider Han "probably" would've remained dead if Shaw wasn't at the BBQ. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "Fast & Furious" fan-favorite Han (Sung Kang) unexpectedly returned from the dead in "F9," but he likely would've stayed dead if 2017's "The Fate of the Furious" didn't spark some outrage from fans. On the commentary and bonus features for "F9: The Director's Cut," out now, director Justin Lin mentioned how one small moment ultimately helped bring Han back to the franchise. "Two-three years ago, someone mentioned that [Deckard] Shaw was at the Toretto barbecue," Lin said on a featurette. "That was the first time I heard about 'Justice for Han.' I...
    Secretary of State Antony BlinkenAntony Blinken Pelosi 'deeply concerned' for women amid Taliban gains in Afghanistan Sunday shows preview: Taliban close in on Afghanistan; Kathy Hochul to become first female governor in NY At least 304 dead after earthquake in Haiti MORE on Sunday defended the Biden administration’s decision to withdraw U.S. forces from Afghanistan even as a Taliban takeover appears to be imminent, arguing that the current offensive would have occurred even if the U.S. had stayed. Appearing on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Blinken acknowledged that Afghan security forces have been unable to defend the nation and that the Taliban offensive has progressed faster than was expected. Host Jake TapperJacob (Jake) Paul TapperDemocrats barrel toward August voting rights deadline CBC presses Biden to extend eviction moratorium The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Facebook - Senate finalizes .2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill MORE pressed Blinken on whether the U.S. withdrawal was rushed and not well-planned, pointing to the quickly deteriorating situation in Afghanistan. "We were in Afghanistan for one overriding purpose, to deal with the folks who attacked us on 9/11....
    Four days ago, the major American network HBO launched a scathing animated comedy about the Royal Family called The Prince which casts a camp and bitchy eight-year-old Prince George in the central role. The series by the acerbic Family Guy writer and social media sensation Gary Janetti is as nasty a depiction of our monarchy that you'll ever see in the mainstream media. The Queen is sweary and unstable, shown shooting a courtier within six-minutes of the first episode. Prince William is portrayed as an emotionless diva who demands his servants carry him to the toilet in the middle of the night. Prince Charles is the pathetic king-in-waiting, resentful of his own mother ('she's had her go, now it's my turn,' he says of the Queen in a conversation with Camilla). The Duchess of Cornwall herself is presented as a domestic abuser who, in one disturbing scene, slaps Charles so hard across the face he plunges to the floor. But it's the depiction of Prince George – the main character who is on screen more than any other royal –...
    The Eagles’ controversial decision to bench Jalen Hurts in the team’s final game against the Washington Football Team left a bad taste in nearly everyone’s mouth. Except the Washington Football Team, that is. Postgame audio caught by NFL mics shows Washington defensive end Montez Sweat joking with Hurts. “I don’t know what would’ve happened if you would’ve stayed in there, man.” MORE: NFL has giant reasons to be concerned about Eagles Hurts completed just 7 of 20 passes for 72 yards and an interception, but also ran eight times for 34 yards and two touchdowns. His backup Nate Sudfeld — who came on at the start of the fourth quarter with Philadelphia down just three points — was not as impressive. He completed 5 of 12 passes for 32 yards and two turnovers in the 20-14 loss. Many who follow the NFL feel Doug Pederson’s decision to bench Hurts was less than sporting; the move not only eliminated the Giants from winning the NFC East — giving Washington that title — but also gave Philadelphia a better draft...
    Bradley Cortright January 4, 2021 0 Comments President Donald Trump is receiving fierce criticism after an excerpt of a phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was published by The Washington Post.  In the call, Trump is heard pressing Raffensperger on a series of allegations of widespread fraud in the election and asking election officials to “find” votes for him to overturn the state’s election results.  Trump tweeted about the call on Sunday and claimed, “[Raffensperger] was unwilling, or unable, to answer questions such as the ‘ballots under table’ scam, ballot destruction, out of state ‘voters’, dead voters, and more. He has no clue!” I spoke to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger yesterday about Fulton County and voter fraud in Georgia. He was unwilling, or unable, to answer questions such as the “ballots under table” scam, ballot destruction, out of state “voters”, dead voters, and more. He has no clue!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 3, 2021 Politico reported that Raffensperger’s office decided to record the call because, “This is a man who has a history of reinventing history as it occurs.” During an...
    Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a new interview Monday that his office would not have said anything about his call with Donald Trump if the president hadn’t falsely tweeted about it. As Politico reported today, Raffensperger’s office decided to record the president because of Trump’s record of “reinventing history.” And as one adviser put it, “So if he’s going to try to dispute anything on the call, it’s nice to have something like this, hard evidence, to dispute whatever he’s claiming about the secretary. Lindsey Graham asked us to throw out legally cast ballots. So yeah, after that call, we decided maybe we should do this.” And in that call, Trump very clearly pressured Raffensperger on the election results, falsely claimed he won Georgia, and threw out a number of conspiracy theories Raffensperger and his general counsel had to smack down. 11Alive reporter Brendan Keefe directly asked Raffensperger, “If the president hadn’t tweeted, and tweeted something that was false, would we have ever heard that call recording?” The secret Trump/Raffensperger recording was released because of the...
    Michael Cohen took aim at President Donald Trump Monday evening over Trump’s recent pardons of close allies, claiming he would have “received one” too if Cohen did not “speak truth to power.” Cohen is a convicted felon and disbarred lawyer who served as the president’s personal attorney from 2006 to 2018. He was sentenced in 2018 to three years in federal prison after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations and tax evasion. “I think it’s like make it rain, right? That’s all he’s doing,” Cohen told MSNBC host Ari Melber. “He’s taking political favors and money. By people, for the sole purpose of giving them pardons. He has usurped the fact there are people who should be receiving pardons.” WATCH: “Do I think any of these people should be receiving pardons? Absolutely not. I think that Trump has just taken over the entire country. He wants to run it the same way that he ran the Trump organization. As if he owns the company. As if he owns the United States of America.” (RELATED: Joy Behar Asks Michael Cohen How...
    Dr. Oz Asks Dr. William Lang If He Believes President Trump Should’ve Stayed At Walter Reed Hospital For A Longer Period Of Time.     Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide, Miami Dolphins. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) When Tua Tagovailoa plays this season, who will be catching passes from him?Tua Tagovailoa has massively downgraded at wide receiver, going from college to pro. When Tagovailoa set the SEC ablaze with his beautiful left-handed spiral, he was helped by one of the best receiving corps in the Power 5. In his junior season in Tuscaloosa, Tagovailoa had four fantastic receivers to rifle the ball to in Jerry Jeudy, Henry Ruggs III, DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle. Had he stayed at Alabama for his senior year, he could have played with two of them. While Jeudy and Ruggs were first-round talents as well, there will be a time when Tagovailoa will miss throwing the ball to Smith and Waddle. With two Miami Dolphins receivers in Allen Hurns and Albert Wilson opting out of the 2020 NFL season, Tagovailoa has DeVante Parker and that’s it. Frankly, he may be better served holding a clipboard and watching Ryan Fitzpatrick go to work.Is a lack of wide receivers a reason to keep...
    Pep Guardiola believes now is not the time to discuss a new contract at Manchester City – although he insists he would have remained at the club had they been demoted to League Two. That was a fairly outlandish consequence the City manager alluded to, in the event of UEFA’s two-season ban for Financial Fair Play breaches being upheld. However Monday’s verdict by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to quash that punishment prompted talk of Guardiola being offered fresh terms to run beyond June 2021. City still have an FA Cup semi-final against Arsenal and a Champions League showdown with Real Madrid on the horizon, while 2020-21 will represent the first time Guardiola has taken charge of a fifth season with one club. Speaking ahead of Wednesday’s Premier League match against Bournemouth, he would rather focus upon matters on the pitch, free of the burden of looming UEFA sanctions. “Nothing has changed my opinion, maybe I will be able to stay here longer,” Guardiola said when asked whether he would commit to a contract extension. “As a club,...
1