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    FINDING the "right" setting on your toaster is often a matter of luck – the confounding controls often don't seem to make sense. There's actually a different meaning behind the numbers on the side of the machine depending on how old – and how expensive – your model is. 1The numbers on your toaster mean something different depending on the modelCredit: Getty The experts at Reader's Digest revealed that if you always burn your toast, there are probably multiple dynamics in play. "The moisture in the bread plays a huge factor in the final toasted product, and this varies from white to wheat, as well as how old your loaf is," they wrote. If you're making breakfast for the whole family, residual heat could also be at play, building every time you put in a new piece of bread. But in all likelihood, the culprit is probably those confusing numbers on the side of your toaster, which don't indicate a timer, the experts explained. READ MORE HOME TIPSIN HOT WATER I use a cheap appliance to make lunches – it saves me...
    After the trade that returned the Ravens’ wide receiver group to that oh-so-familiar offseason zone — more potential than production, more questions than answers — Eric DeCosta couldn’t resist a joke. The Ravens general manager had just traded Marquise “Hollywood” Brown for the first-round pick that became center Tyler Linderbaum. He was asked: Did the deal leave the team thin at wide receiver? “I was thinking about that, and I kind of missed all the questions this year,” DeCosta said last month. “I was thinking, ‘I kind of want to get back to the days of old,’ you know?” In the three weeks since, the Ravens haven’t done anything at wide receiver but sign a handful of undrafted free agents and tout their young group. DeCosta said the team expects a “big, big jump this year” from 2021 first-round pick Rashod Bateman. He called Devin Duvernay a “great young player.” There was praise for James Proche II and Tylan Wallace. There were reminders that the team already has All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews. The wait for immediate help, however, goes...
    DO you want to delve a little deeper into your personality? Well, this mind-bending optical illusion, shared on YouTube by Bright Side, shows two different images which can reveal a lot about your personality traits - but it all depends on what you see first. 2A mind-bending optical illusion, shared on YouTube by Bright Side, shows two different imagesCredit: YouTube While you may see one image, someone else may try to persuade you that it's something completely different. And it's for this reason that optical illusions can be quite the behavioural test. So, what did you see first - a girl's face or flowers? If you saw the face of a young woman, you're "always aware of your surroundings," according to the narrator. He continues: "What's more, you see patterns around you, and this helps you draw the right conclusions and make correct assessments." Alternatively, did you see flowers at first glance? If so, the narrator says: "You probably really love nature." "You appreciate the world around you but also manage to get away from the everyday hustle...
    OPTICAL illusions are amazing things - some can tell us whether we favour the left or right side of our brain while others can reveal how we really feel about our lives. And this illusion will even reveal the personality traits you're more likely to have - all depending on what you see. 1What do you see when you look at this image? The answer will reveal the secrets of your personalityCredit: TikTok/wowamiofficial A video of the black and white image was shared on TikTok, with viewers asked whether or not they see a goblet or the profiles of two faces looking at one another. "If the first thing that caught your eye was a goblet, you’re a reserved and calm person," a voiceover explained on the video. "You don’t need external sources of energy and motivation; you’re fine in your own thoughts and world." But the downsides of having that kind of personality are that you "tend to worry about minor details, which can stop you from seeing the picture". However, if you saw...
    DO you see the back of a girl's head or an elderly man's face when you look at this optical illusion? Well, what you see first is thought to reveal a lot about your personality. 1What you see first in this optical illusion can reveal secrets about your personality traitsCredit: Playbuzz So, are you goal-driven and reliable, or optimistic and impulsive? Playbuzz user TeacherQuizzes has explained the characteristics associated with each image. If you see the back of a young girl's head, then you're apparently 'optimistic and beaming with positive energy'. It's also associated with a person who is "strong, curious and enjoys helping others." READ MORE ON OPTICAL ILLUSIONSMELTING AWAY Optical illusion leaves you spinning - it takes just 20 secondsNEIGH CLUE Optical illusion leaves viewers BAFFLED, but can you tell what's going on? But with the positives comes the negative, and seeing the girl's head is also linked to someone who is "impulsive." It also notes the benefits of asking for help from others and says: 'You will develop and grow into a better person with the...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday President Biden could take questions after his address on Tuesday but it "depends on what you ask." Biden will address the nation on Tuesday about the highly transmissible omicron variant of the virus and what steps his administration plans to take. The White House has already offered a stark pronouncement for those who remain unvaccinated, saying they face a winter of "severe illness and death."  Psaki put a mask on to wrap up the briefing that touched on a variety of topics when a reporter shouted, "Might we hear directly from the president about what happened yesterday?" POLITICO EDITOR SAM STEIN DECLARES MANCHIN'S BUILD BACK BETTER 'NO' VOTE IS ‘OBJECTIVELY DEVASTATING’ TO EARTH Press secretary Jenn Psaki told reporters President Biden would take questions but it "depends on what you ask," before turning her back and walking away at the conclusion of Monday’s press briefing. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images) (Getty Images) The reporter was presumably referring to Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W....
    For those over 30 years old the smiley face emoticon transmits happiness, but for adolescents in their 20s it transmits hatred or aggressiveness. The emojis were created by the computer scientist Scott Elliot Fahlman on September 19, 1982 so that people could recognize what the tone of a text message was and, today, they have become an international language widely used in all kinds of messaging and social media applications. 20 years after its creation, we continue to use emojis when we send a WhatsApp message or publish a tweet, but just as technology evolves emojis do too and more specifically, its meaning. The smiley face emoji has different meanings depending on how old you are, think about it before sending it to someone! In this sense, a recent report published by The Wall Street Journal reveals that the meaning of the WhatsApp smiley face emoji it’s different depending on how old we are. These are the different meanings of the smiley face emoji, depending on your age The Wall Street Journal conducted a study in which it...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said, ‘If normality means exactly the way things were before we had this happen to us, I mean, I can’t predict that.’ Getty Images Dr. Anthony Fauci said America’s New Normal after the first round of COVID-19 vaccinations are delivered depends on a number of unknowns. He cautioned about soundbites promising a return to how life was before the coronavirus pandemic. When asked whether Americans will still be wearing masks in 2022, Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told CNN’s Dana Bash on Sunday, “It is possible that that’s the case, and again it really depends on what you mean by normality.” “If normality means exactly the way things were before we had this happen to us, I mean, I can’t predict that,” he said. “Obviously, I think we’re going to have a significant degree of normality beyond what a terrible burden all of us have been through over the last year.” “ ‘It may or may not be...
    The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump reaches its conclusion amid debate over how best to turn the page on the ubiquitous and polarizing figure who occupied the White House for the last four years. For Democrats, the answer is obvious: convict Trump for inciting an insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6 and disqualify him from ever running for office ever again. Otherwise, Trump may repeat his claims of stolen elections, or some future political figure may try to turn their supporters on Congress, the counters of the Electoral College votes, after losing a close race. Some Republicans agree. But many others see impeachment as keeping Trump in the headlines after he has already left office, at the expense of other more pressing legislative business. “Trump is gone,” said a GOP strategist. “Let’s move on.” “Move on” was the battle cry of Democratic opponents of then-President Bill Clinton’s impeachment in the late 1990s. A left-wing group that derives its name from that fight, MoveOn.org, is raising money to erect billboards urging senators to vote for Trump’s conviction....
    Giannis Antetokounmpo says his future with the Bucks depends on what decisions the team makes. The Bucks, who are eyeing a first NBA championship since 1971, suffered disappointment in the playoffs last season, going out in a 4-1 Eastern Conference semifinals series loss to the Heat. Their exit came after they had finished the regular season with an NBA-best 56-17 record. The postseason blow prompted speculation over the future of Antetokounmpo, who has been named NBA MVP two straight years and can become a free agent at the end of the 2020-21 season, when he will be eligible for a supermax extension. Antetokounmpo will not rush to commit to the Bucks, even if he wants to stay, in a move likely to pressure team management to surround him with a stronger supporting cast. “I do not know what the plan is,” Antetokounmpo said to Aftonbladet when asked about his future while on vacation in Sweden. “It depends on what decisions they make. If they make the right decision, I will be there for many years. If they do not, we will see. The NBA...
    Asheville postpones $1 million funding resolution allocated for reparations to Black residents Trump taps Giuliani to take over election legal fight: Sources Giannis Antetokunmpo on if hell sign extension with Bucks: It depends on what decisions they make In a shortened 2020 NBA offseason, Giannis Antetokounmpo’s future with the Milwaukee Bucks is the domino that could completely change the future of multiple teams. So far, the two-time MVP has said he won’t push for an exit from this team this offseason and discussed the future of the franchise in a private meeting with ownership, but there have also been more cryptic signs, like unfollowing his Bucks teammates on Instagram. Even if Antetokounmpo says he’s staying with the Bucks next season, the bigger questions of Antetokounmpo’s free agency next offseason remains. Will Antetokounmpo sign a supermax extension worth over $200 million in the coming weeks to stay with the team in the long term, or will he decide to test the market and potentially go elsewhere? One interview with Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet provided another glimpse into Antetokounmpo’s thinking about the...
    KASPER SCHMEICHEL has blasted the controversial handball rule, saying 'no one knows what it is'. The Danish goalkeeper's Leicester went top of the league after beating Wolves 1-0 at the King Power Stadium on Sunday. 4Leicester were awarded a penalty after the ball struck Kilman on the arm 4Schmeichel has lashed out at the handball rule saying no-one knows what it isCredit: AFP or licensors But it wasn't without its controversy. Just 15 minutes into the game, Dennis Praet's cross hit Wolves teenager Max Kilman on the forearm. Referee Anthony Taylor gave Kilman the benefit of the doubt, awarding only a corner. But VAR harshly overturned the decision, awarding a penalty for Leicester - duly scored by Jamie Vardy. Wolves protested furiously, claiming Kilman was not only in a natural running motion but was also clearly trying to get his arm out of the way. The penalty intrigue continued all the way to half-time when Sky Sports cameras captured VAR supremo Neil Swarbrick apparently coaching VAR assistant Stuart Attwell during the break. It appeared he was telling the man in...
    Bradley Cortright October 15, 2020 0 Comments Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is clear that he believes the issue of whether he supports adding seats to the Supreme Court is simply a distraction from the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the court. During a town hall event hosted by ABC News on Thursday, Biden was asked if he would support “safeguards that would help ensure more long-term balance and stability” in regards to the Supreme Court. Biden began by saying he believes there is a “great reason to be concerned” about the “erosion of rights” for the LGBTQ community. However, he tried to stay away from the issue of adding more seats to the Supreme Court — commonly called court packing.  Moderator George Stephonapolous interjected to note that the former vice president said he opposed court packing during a Democratic primary debate in 2019. He asked if Biden still holds that position or if Barrett’s nomination “reason enough to rethink your position.” “You know if I had answered the question correctly, then all the focus would be on, ‘What’s...
    Traders work during the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on March 5, 2020.Johannes Eisele | AFP | Getty Images It may feel that much of our lives are on pause during the pandemic. But not the stock market. Especially over the last few days.  On Thursday, the S&P 500 tech sector experienced its steepest one-day drop since March. The Nasdaq is down more than 8% over the last two days. And stocks continued to tumble on Friday.  Overall, the market has behaved uncannily well during one of the worst recessions and global health crises in history. Still, drops like this one can be scary. The last thing we all need right now is another thing to worry about. The good news is that most investors don't need to get too worked up by the market's direction on any given day. What's more important is your own path. Troubles in the market should direct your attention to your personal timeline and financial goals, experts say.  "If you have 40 years left to invest, a bear market right now...
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