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    FROM footie shirts, tennis rackets, backpacks to every type of trainer imaginable - there's probably very little Sports Direct don't sell in their huge warehouse-style shops. Love them or hate them, they're one of the country's biggest sports retailers - and as a result their target audience is extremely broad and varied. 4Lauren has been working at Sports Direct for six months and loves her jobCredit: Lauren Hill Which means it makes for an interesting place to work, with plenty of amusing and entertaining customer interactions to make the day fly by. Masters student Lauren Hill, 24, lives in Stirling, and has been working as a retail sales assistant in Sports Direct since February, specialising in footwear. Here she shares an interesting insight into the working day - from 'junkie' customers, creepy comments, to the annoying questions she's asked daily... Till trauma Because Lauren's role is so customer-facing, she gets to meet a lot of interesting people every day - which can be both a positive, and a negative. READ MORE SHOPPING FEATURESSUPER SAVING I’m a...
    \u201cTo review, here are red flags about this BYU story the media willfully ignored\u2026\n\n-Story broke in a tweet from \u201cGodmom\u201d who was apparently not there & is running for political office\n-Duke lost the game in front of a sold-out crowd\n-0 video of ANYTHING\n-Racist not ID\u2019d in ANY way\u201d — John Ziegler (@John Ziegler) 1661713070 Ziegler also told Glenn he believes this story proves truth no longer matters in today’s society: "It’s dangerous, it’s really frustrating, and it’s really sad." Watch the video clip below to catch more of the conversation. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Glenn Beck?To enjoy more of Glenn’s masterful storytelling, thought-provoking analysis, and uncanny ability to make sense of the chaos, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    Meeting the in-laws during the early days of a new relationship is hard enough... but when they don't like you, it can be a romance deal-breaker.  In a new thread on anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper, people have been writing up the reasons their other half's family haven't taken a shine to them. One poster says her religion proved an insurmountable barrier, while another thinks it's because she's 26 years younger than the person she's involved with.  Here, FEMAIL presents some of the shocking - and heartbreaking - reasons why people are shunned by their partner's parents... While many  families would question a 26-year age gap in a relationship, this anonymous woman says she's still a better option than his ex who's a drug addict Does religion matter when two people are in love? Apparently so, says this person This anonymous user from the US has revealed her boyfriend's family thinks she's using him but is desperate to make them see she really does love him Class war: This anonymous woman says her boyfriend's family doesn't approve of her because she...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian has announced the launch of her own skincare line just two months after her sister Kim created her own brand SKKN. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has faced backlash over the collection since it launched in June. 5Kourtney has launched her own skincare line just two months after Kim's SKKNCredit: Getty 5Fans believe the two could be embroiled in a family feud Now her sister Kourtney, 43, has announced the arrival of her own skincare line, to rival that of Kim, 41. The reality star took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to post a promo video for the new launch. The video featured clips of the skincare factory where the products are created, with words that crossed the screen reading: "Down-to-earth skincare launching 08.29.22." The teaser then prompted fans to sign up for pre-sale and to receive texts for when the line drops. Read more on Kim and KourtneyKAR-DASH ON IN! Kim shares rare glimpse inside SKKN headquarters with lounge & facial boothLATHER AROUND Kim shows off real skin texture while using 'overpriced' SKKN line...
    With the recent upswell in death threats and smears against federal law enforcement, Morning Joe laid the blame squarely on Republicans and their vitriolic reactions to the FBI’s search through Mar-a-Lago. Mika Brzezinski led the conversation with a rundown on the arrest of a Donald Trump supporter in Pennsylvania who made violent threats toward the FBI on social media. Days earlier, another Trump supporter was killed in a stand-off with police after posting threats and instigating an armed confrontation at an FBI field office in Cincinnati. Joe Scarborough observed that “there’s an awful lot of hate speech” and “reckless rhetoric” from Trump’s allies ever since the Mar-a-Lago search. When Scarborough asked Chuck Rosenberg for his thoughts, the former U.S. attorney called this GOP conduct “pathetic and sickening” and warned that it puts FBI agents’ lives at risk. “They have a really hard job to do without getting targeted by Republican politicians,” Rosenberg said. “To me, it’s more than pathetic and sickening. It is really dangerous. There are people who are clearly unhinged, who take the president’s words to heart, who...
    More On: mindy kaling Mindy Kaling says she was called ‘unattractive’ when ‘The Mindy Project’ aired Mindy Kaling says B.J. Novak paternity rumors don’t ‘bother’ her Uma Thurman, Paul Walker, Jonas Brothers to receive Hollywood Walk of Fame stars Mindy Kaling gets a leg up in sexy, slit-up-to-there dress Mindy Kaling’s old outfits are going up in flames. The “Mindy Project” star took a trip down memory lane during a game of “Versace or Hibachi” on Tuesday night’s episode of “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen — and she couldn’t believe some of the outfits that flashed before her eyes. Kaling, 43, was asked to look at a past photo of herself and say “Versace” if she loved the look and “Hibachi” if she wanted to burn it, and the actress got to grilling very quickly. “I really hate myself,” she said after viewing the first few outfits, which included a 2008 ensemble featuring a huge ruffled scarf and flared jeans with lace gloves. The early aughts look caused Kaling to laugh hysterically, exclaiming “Hibachi! My God,...
    NAIL trends come and go, but some fads will always irritate manicurists. Ontario-based nail artist and TikTok creator @nailsbysariya shared a glimpse into her least favorite styles. 5Nail technician @nailsbyariya shared her manicure pet peevesCredit: TikTok/@nailsbysariya 5The TikTok creator is not a fan of long, pointed tipsCredit: Amazon/TikTok/@nailsbysariya In a viral TikTok, the nail artist shared that she is not a fan of long, almond-shaped tips. "I feel bad for my clients because when they get them they're cute for a few days but when they grow out they look like bananas," she wrote in the comments. "If your growth isn't fast, they can look cute for a while," she added. The nail technician also said that she despises egg-shaped nails. Read more nailsGLAZE PHASE Nail expert shows how to get Hailey Bieber’s glazed donuts WITHOUT gel polish DONUT TRY THIS I asked my manicurist for the Hailey Bieber nails & the result was so bad "I just hate when people want egg shape extensions," she said after one user chimed in saying they have naturally...
    Elon Musk clapped back at Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after he accused him of potentially inciting hate crimes with his purchase of Twitter. Ocasio-Cortez, 32, was responding to Musk's intention to acquire the social media giant on Friday. 'Tired of having to collectively stress about what explosion of hate crimes is happening bc some billionaire with an ego problem unilaterally controls a massive communication platform and skews it because Tucker Carlson or Peter Thiel took him to dinner and made him feel special,' she tweeted. Musk, 50, decided to tweet back in an attempt to deflect. 'Stop hitting on me, I’m really shy,' he wrote, adding a pink-faced emoji to go along with it.  Elon Musk clapped back at Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez after he accused him of potentially inciting hate crimes with his purchase of Twitter 'Stop hitting on me, I’m really shy,' he wrote, adding a pink-faced emoji to go along with it Earlier in the day, Ocasio-Cortez took exception to Musk's claim that the 'far left' had taken over the Democratic Party in recent years after he...
    A trip to the vet isn't much fun for any dog owner, and now a new study has confirmed that many dogs hate going to the vet too. Researchers from the University of Adelaide hooked dogs up to heart rate monitors to see how they reacted during a visit to the vet. The results revealed that some of the dogs' average heart rate doubled between the waiting room and the examination table. 'Veterinary staff and guardians must take every reasonable step to reduce or prevent a fearful experience during veterinary visits,' the researchers wrote in their study, published in the Journal of Veterinary Behavior. A trip to the vet isn't much fun for any dog owner, and now a new study has confirmed that dogs hate going to the vet too (stock image) Signs of fear in dogs  Pacing Panting Shaking/trembling Inability to settle Attempting to hide Lack of appetite (including being unable to take a treat) Being too distracted for you to get their attention Salivation Yawning Licking lips Whale eye (showing whites of eyes) Lifting a paw...
    Imagine facing ramifications for your actions—a concept conservatives are, by and large, going to do whatever they can to avoid. As Daily Kos has continued to cover, we know Republican Gov. Greg Abbott tried to essentially turn an opinion—a nonbinding analysis of existing law—from fellow Republican Ken Paxton, who currently serves as Attorney General for Texas, into law. Paxton’s opinion argues that safe, age-appropriate gender-affirming health care for trans youth is actually child abuse. Abbott not only agreed but directed state agencies to investigate families, which has already started happening. One major children’s hospital in the state has already paused gender-affirming care out of concern of being penalized as well. Now, the state is concerned it could lose federal funding over Abbott’s directive. On Wednesday, Paxton announced he is suing the Biden administration. This is actually an amendment to an existing suit in response to a March 2 guidance from the Health and Human Services (HHS) department, in which it makes it explicitly clear that denying someone medical care based on sex assigned at birth or gender identity is a violation...
    Even if you love sex, it’s usual to have one or two things you’re not so thrilled about. Whether it’s giving oral sex that makes you gag or being bored rigid by intercourse that seems to last for days, we all have our pet sex peeves. Thing is, most can be easily fixed with a few practical tricks and tweaks. Here’s my solutions to the most commonly complained about sex situations – and what to do if you simply can’t bear to go there. British sex expert Tracey Cox reveals how you can make your least favourite sex acts less tedious and the swaps you can turn to if you really cannot hack it. Stock picture  GIVING HIM ORAL SEX Usually, it’s the smell, swallowing or gagging that people dislike and all are fixable. Turn a shower into foreplay: If he’s not scrupulously clean use the soap as a lubricant to masturbate his penis. If he’s uncircumcised, pull the foreskin back very gently and wash underneath.  If a shower isn’t doable, make it a ‘thing’ that you both wash your bits...
    OUR hairdresser isn't just a wizard when it comes to cut and colouring, they're also like a BFF and agony aunt for as long as we're in their chair. But like any true friend, there are guaranteed to be certain things we say that drive them absolutely round the bend. 4Naomi's videos have racked up over 2.4m 'likes'Credit: Instagram/@naomibouncyblows/ 4Fans swooned over Naomi's 'Rapunzel hair'Credit: TikTok/@naomi.bouncy.blows And while our go-to stylist might not want to say it to our face, hairdresser Naomi Clarke has no problem revealing all. The 30-year-old, from Manchester, told MakeTheHeadlines.co.uk that there are five comments that are absolutely unforgiveable in a hairdresser's eyes. She explained: "There are things you should NEVER say to your hairdresser. "I’ve had someone say to me you only like how you cut your own hair, that you wash your hair every day, that you want to go ashy blonde when your hair is black, and that you don’t use heat protection why drying or styling your hair. “These are the big nos!” FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS...
    UNLESS you've worked in retail, you couldn't even begin to imagine how frustrating it can sometimes get. For all those wondering, staff members of the biggest supermarkets - Tesco, Saisnbury's and Morrisons - have revealed the customers' habits they find the most annoying. 3From bargain hunters to shoppers by the door before the opening time, there are many things that annoy these employeesCredit: Alamy So, before you do your next big shopping, read what KentLive found out when speaking to these supermarket employees. While others spilled on perks, such as getting first dibs and free food, the anonymous responses also shared what really annoys them – including customers who grouch about plastic bag charges or let their kids throw tantrums. Here's a look at what they said. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Morrisons An ex-employee was brutally honest about the reality of working at the popular supermarket. "Sometimes I don't even know where things are'' We have to take you to the thing you're looking for. Most read in LifestyleSO CUTE! Archie's secret name...
    The panel on "The Five" blasted the mainstream media and Washington Democrats for gushing over actor Jussie Smollett's now-debunked claims of a Trumpism-induced racial hate crime attack on him in Chicago in 2019. A jury convicted Smollett Thursday of five counts of disorderly conduct — for each separate time he was charged with lying to police in the days after the alleged attack that has been deemed a hate crime hoax. On Friday, host Jesse Watters cataloged several prominent expressions of support for Smollett, many of which were made before the facts of the case emerged. He pointed to CBS News morning anchor Gayle King, who said following the supposed attack that there are "a lot of questions in this case, but I know that Jussie Smollett is a really, really good guy." "I just want justice to be served in this case," King said. Those sentiments were later echoed by ABC News anchor Robin Roberts, who also conducted a widely-circulated interview with the "Empire" star following the allegation when she said his "detailed account" had not changed. "Roseanne" star...
    Celebrating after the impressive athletic feat of hitting a home run in a Major League Baseball Playoff Game? Not OK, according to comedian Bill Burr. Firing a 100mph fastball at a player with intent? That’s OK. “The home run celebrations that these kids do nowadays, I swear to god is the reason why you cannot take fighting out of hockey,” Burr ranted on his Monday Morning podcast. “Look what happened to baseball now that a pitcher can’t throw at a hitter.” “He’s thumping his f*cking chest, he’s pointing up to his dead uncle in heaven and he hasn’t even gotten to first base yet,” Burr said, referring to players on the Tampa Bay Rays. “That guy would never do that sh*t when I grew up cause if he did one of those f*cking things the next guy would take one right between the f*cking numbers.” After decades of players being spurned for celebrating, MLB recognizes the need to promote its stars in order to build a younger, more diverse audience. Eliminating player emotion only masks their personalities. Earlier this year,...
    As the Biden Administration scrambles to get U.S. citizens out of Afghanistan following the Taliban's takeover of that country, President Joe Biden and Pentagon officials have feared an attack by one of the Taliban's sworn enemies: ISIS (Islamic State, Iraq and Syria). And on Thursday morning, August 26, the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul suffered what a deadly terrorist attack; multiple U.S. casualties were reported by the Pentagon. Details about the airport attack in Kabul continue to emerge. But the presence of ISIS in Afghanistan only adds to the tension and volatility in that country, as the animosity between ISIS and the Taliban is enormous. Politico, on August 26, reported, "An ISIS militant wearing a suicide vest was responsible for the first bombing, two U.S. officials and a person familiar with the situation told Politico, detonating around 5 p.m. local time just outside Abbey gate. Three sources said the U.S. troops returned fire soon after." U.S. citizens who are at the Abbey Gate, East Gate, or North Gate now should leave immediately. 2/2 https://t.co/s1V6SyrePg — Iran International English...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson says high-powered executives running Simon & Schuster can’t stand him or his latest book, "The Long Slide," which was published by the company – but he doesn’t seem to particularly care.  "They hate me and they hate the book, probably more than they've ever hated any person or any book they've ever published. I mean, they really hate me," Carlson told Fox News Digital.  MARK STEYN TELLS TUCKER CARLSON LEFTIST WORLDVIEW IS ALL ‘POWER CALCULATION’ Tucker Carlson’s "The Long Slide: Thirty Years in American Journalism" is available now.  Simon & Schuster famously canceled a scheduled book by Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., earlier this year on the heels of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Hawley, one of the GOP lawmakers who helped lead objections to the certification of several states in the Electoral College, publicly criticized the "Orwellian" decision while Carlson sought answers behind the scenes.  "I was preparing to deliver a manuscript to them when they canceled Hawley’s book," Carlson said. "So I felt like I was implicated in it. I mean, it's a...
    Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer speaks during a news conference with Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Mazie Hirono following the passage of the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.In the wake of the white supremacist massacre of nine Black parishioners at Charleston, South Carolina’s historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Anti-Defamation League pushed to expand the country’s hate crime laws, which enhance criminal penalties for identity-based violence. “Now is the time to bring strong hate crime laws to all 50 states—including South Carolina and Georgia, which lack them entirely,” ADL head Jonathan Greenblatt said at the time. The ADL was partly successful. Of the five states without hate crime legislation on the books, two added them; others expanded existing laws. But for some, this was anything but progress. Advocates for marginalized groups have sounded the alarm on hate crime laws for decades, saying they not only fail to prevent bigoted violence but harm some groups...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Our frontline workers have been fighting COVID for more than a year now, and struggling with their own issues while trying to save lives. CBS2’s Cindy Hsu met a nurse who has been on the front lines since day one, and now she feels she needs to watch her back. READ MORE: Lin-Manuel Miranda Helps Launch New COVID Vaccination Site Targeting Members Of Broadway, Film And Television Communities Karen Lam is an emergency room nurse at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx. She kept a video diary during the worst of COVID. “Today is especially hard. There’s a lot of sick patients and I feel like it’s just, it’s just hard,” she said in one video from last April. She lived with her parents in Bayside. LINK: #StopAsianHate Resources “I was terrified of bringing it home to my parents, especially my dad. He’s older and he’s just like my whole world,” she said. While Karen stayed in her own section of the house, her father did get COVID, but recovered without having to be hospitalized. At...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Hundreds of people gathered at 20th Avenue and Blake Street Saturday evening to show solidarity for the Asian American and Pacific Islander community following the recent deadly spa shootings in Atlanta. Organizers of the candlelight vigil said the event was an opportunity to grieve the lives lost in Atlanta, as well as urge people to come together and understand the fears and concerns Asian Americans have felt for some time now. (credit: CBS) Close to a dozen speakers addressed the crowd throughout the event. Many shared the frustrations and fears of their communities, as well as some personal experiences of racism and verbal abuse. READ MORE: Two All-Time Weather Records Could Fall In Denver With Stormy Week Ahead According to a new report released by Stop AAPI Hate, Asian Americans were subjected to nearly 3,800 hate incidents over the last year. Those incidents include reports of harassment and physical violence, as well as shunning. “Asian Americans have been treated this way for over 100 years,” one speaker said to the crowd. The event happened just across the street from what...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Asian Americans in Denver are stunned by the deadly shooting in Atlanta, Georgia. Some fear an attack like that one could happen here because of a rise in Asian hate. “I heard about what happened yesterday in Atlanta, and I was really disgusted,” Alyssa Noguchi said. READ MORE: Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman Files Lawsuit Against Own City For Councils Passing Of Campaign Finance Ordinance (credit: CBS) Noguchi’s family runs Pacific Mercantile Company, a longstanding Japanese grocery store at Sakura Square in downtown Denver. “As a person that is involved in the Asian community right now, it’s really scary because it could have happened anywhere,” she said. The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia says the suspect indicated he had a sexual addiction and had a “very bad day.” “He does claim that it was not racially motivated. And see these locations as something that allows him to, and it’s a temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate,” Capt. Jay Baker, Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Spokesman. However, Noguchi, who’s family came to Denver during World War II,...
    Phil Yu was not surprised that a white gunman killed eight people, six of them Asian women, at Atlanta-area spas advertising their “Asian” or “international” staff. The worst thought he had on Wednesday, the day after the massacre, was just that, he said — he had seen it coming. “Being Asian in this country, no matter how long you’ve been here or how you got here, often feels like a constant negotiation of feeling unwelcome,” said Yu, a blogger and commentator in Southern California who posts as Angry Asian Man. Many Asian Americans are bristling with pain and fury, seeing the killings as a culmination of a steady drumbeat of racist attacks, with some people blaming them for the coronavirus pandemic because of its origins in China. Law enforcement officials said that Robert Aaron Long, a 21-year-old from Woodstock, Ga., was motivated by “sex addiction,” that there probably wasn’t a racial component to the attacks and that Tuesday was “a bad day for him.” Long was charged Wednesday with eight counts of murder and one count of aggravated...
    Parents who regret having children have anonymously opened up about what it's really like to raise kids you resent and wish you never had.  Reddit user u/SniperGlizzy started the viral thread, asking: 'What is it like to have children you don’t want?' Many of the people who responded admitted that often think about what their life would be like if they never had kids.    'I really thought I wanted kids because that’s what I thought I was supposed to do... be a wife and have kids. I love them, and I want the best for them. But I don’t have the same connection to them that other moms seem to have,' one mother of three confessed. 'I don’t miss them when I have to go on a long trip, I just feel relief.' Candid: Parents have anonymously opened up about what it's like to regret having kids in a viral Reddit thread (Stock Image) Hard to handle: Many of them detailed what it's like to raise a child you don't want  She noted that...
    With the debates raging nationally over coronavirus vaccines and economic bailouts, this hardly seems the time to get agitated about a beer label. On the other hand, this might be the just the thing to take our collective mind off pandemic politics now that we’ve exhausted virtually all of the Bernie meme possibilities. The classic Anchor Steam label. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)  For those who haven’t heard, here’s the outrage roiling the beer world: San Francisco’s storied Anchor Brewing Co. has changed its logo. Yes, as part of its 125th anniversary celebration, the brewery — now owned by Sapporo — has decided to ditch the classy label and invigorate the brand with bold colors and typography that can be seen for a mile through fog. Granted, they haven’t (yet) altered what’s inside the bottle. But, as we’re pretty sure Don Draper told us many times, you don’t mess with an American classic. You don’t change the recipe for Heinz Ketchup. Or replace the Levi’s button on jeans. Or play seven innings of baseball (OK, unless it’s a double-header during an abbreviated...
    Anne Hathaway at the 2013 Academy Awards. Jason Merritt/TERM / Getty Images Anna Hathaway reflected on the online hatred she received after winning an Oscar in 2013.  She told The Sun on Saturday that the criticism was a "really good thing" and left her "empowered." Hathaway said she relied on her husband, Adam Shulman, and her friends amid the backlash. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Anne Hathaway put a positive spin on the online hatred she received after winning an Oscar in 2013 for her role in "Les Misérables." The actress, now 38 years old, accepted the Academy Award for best supporting actress following her performance as Fantine in the 2012 Tom Hooper-directed musical. Despite her success, a wave of criticism targeted at Hathaway rapidly spread online. People picked apart everything from her Prada dress to her acceptance speech. "I really don't want to dredge up the past but I did have my monster out there, I did have the internet turn on me and hate me and it was like a whole big thing," she...
    Buccaneers It’s mostly all you sunburned Tampa Bay people, but salty Patriots fans are also flocking to cltampa.com in 2020 just to read about ol’ Tom Brady. He dominated web traffic, and in some ways, all the A&E headlines this year, but here are some of the posts and stories that got the most attention in our A&E vertical. Tom Brady arrives in Tampa Bay From the day he signed a two-year agreement to be the Buccaneers quarterback, Tom Brady has unsurprisingly attracted TMZ levels of attention. In April, we all learned that the G.O.A.T was moving into Derek Jeter’s 21,796 square-foot mansion on Davis Islands. Zillow estimated rent for this house at $44,321 a month, but we wouldn't be surprised if Jeter gave the fellow Michigander a better deal. The home comes with seven bedrooms, and nine bathrooms, as well as a pool and two boat lifts, but it also came with boat-driving stalkers unafraid to pull right up to the back of the pad. "I forgot people could drive up to your house," Brady told Howard Stern in...
    President Donald Trump gives thumbs up to supporters after golfing at Trump National Golf Club on Nov. 22, 2020, in Sterling, Virginia. President Donald Trump has truly been a president for racists and white supremacists, often sparking violent reactions and liberating this group of what is arguably the country’s most hateful people. Just this summer, more than 360 tracked counterprotests surfaced in response to the Black Lives Matter movement, with 40 of them, or almost 12%, ending in violence, according to the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project nonprofit's U.S. Crisis Monitor. That doesn’t even include the shooting that ended in homicide charges for 17-year-old white supremacist Kyle Rittenhouse. He is accused of shooting three people, killing two of them, at a Black Lives Matter rally in Kenosha, Wisconsin, this September, and the very attorney representing him is the same man who has represented Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Attorney John Pierce regards the accused killer as part of a “well regulated militia.” This is Trump’s legacy—hate, racism, and lies. Here are 12 times the president’s words relied heavily on...
    How I’m Sticking to a Budget and Spending Less During COVID-19 The Mercedes-Benz C-Class: History, Generations, Specifications. So, Did Queen Elizabeth And Margaret Thatcher Really Hate Each Other That Much? © Provided by Refinery29 The Crown S4. Picture shows: Margaret Thatcher (GILLIAN ANDERSON). Filming Location: Wrotham Park Warning: Spoilers ahead for season 4 of Netflix’s The Crown. “That’s the last thing this country needs — two women running the show.”  Prince Philip’s (Tobias Menzies) cranky comment in the season 4 premiere of The Crown kicks off a season defined by its narrative focus on the relationships between two of history’s most influential women leaders: Margaret Thatcher (Gillian Anderson) and Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman).  Until now, The Crown has centered around the unparalleled power of a single woman: Queen Elizabeth II. Since her ascension to the throne at the age of 26 in 1952, she’s been the one to capture the hearts and minds of Britain, and as a female monarch, has enjoyed freedoms that transcend the traditional roles of women in contemporary society. She is, for all intents...
    REAL Housewives of Orange County alum Lydia McLaughlin claimed cast members from the Bravo franchise "really hate each other." She insisted the women just "pretend" to be friends on camera. 6RHOC alum Lydia McLaughlin claimed cast members from the Bravo franchise 'really hate each other'Credit: Instagram 6She insisted the women just 'pretend' to be friends on cameraCredit: Getty Images - Getty Lydia told the podcast, Behind The Velvet Rope with David Yontef, of how real Real Housewives really is: "I mean, I think that my, I honestly, with the whole experience, I think that I assumed that it was fake or like the girls are being dramatic and then once the camera goes off, everyone has a glass of wine together and are actually friends. But that is the exact opposite. "I would say it's just very much worse. It's worse to behind the scenes than it is. Yeah. They like hate, they hate each other, even more almost behind cameras. And we'll pretend to be friends on camera sometime. Not pretend, but like you're using each other and...
    The Miami Marlins love hitting Ronald Acuña Jr. with baseballs like no other team. When Ronald Acuña Jr. steps in the batter’s box vs. the Miami Marlins, they’re gonna hit him. Fate would have it the Marlins would take on Acuña’s Atlanta Braves in a best-of-five NLDS down in Houston in the 2020 MLB postseason. The winner of this series gets to play either the Los Angeles Dodgers or the San Diego Padres in the 2020 NLCS. Tensions are high, but Acuña’s rate of getting beaned by Marlins pitchers is even higher. Just look at the data, it’s ridiculously absurd. Acuña has been hit once every 41.2 plate appearances vs. the Marlins and once every 80 PA against everyone else. https://t.co/rx8XbPN3PD — Mark Bowman (@mlbbowman) October 6, 2020 When you get hit twice as often than against everybody else, something is Fishy.No, we don’t need a refresher of Acuña’s robust history with the Marlins. All we need to do is look at what happened in Game 1 of the 2020 NLDS between the Marlins and the Braves. Acuña took Marlins starter...
    By Curd Knüpfer and Robert Mathew Entman, The Conversation Fox News is up to five times more likely to use the word “hate” in its programming than its main competitors, according to our new study of how cable news channels use language. Fox particularly uses the term when explaining opposition to Donald Trump. His opponents are said to “hate” Trump, his values and his followers. Our research, which ran from Jan. 1 to May 8, 2020, initially explored news of Trump’s impeachment. Then came the coronavirus. As we sifted through hundreds of cable news transcripts over five months, we noticed consistent differences between the vocabulary used on Fox News and that of MSNBC. While their news agendas were largely similar, the words they used to describe these newsworthy events diverged greatly. For our study, we analyzed 1,088 program transcripts from the two ideologically branded channels—right-wing Fox and left-wing MSNBC—between 6 p.m. and 10:59 p.m. Because polarized media diets contribute to partisan conflict, our quantitative analysis identified terms indicating antipathy or resentment, such as “dislike,” “despise,” “can’t stand” and “hate.” ...
    College students told a Campus Reform correspondent they approved of President Trump's recent executive actions deferring student loan payments and payroll tax collection -- believing that such moves were being touted by presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. One student told Neret that deferring student loan payments "sounds like a good idea," while another called it "amazing." WHAT'S IN TRUMP'S FOUR CORONAVIRUS RELIEF EXECUTIVE ORDERS? "I hope he actually goes through with it," a student said, adding that she hoped "Biden" wasn't simply posturing ahead of an election. "If I had student loans ... that would help me a lot," another said. Responses varied after Neret revealed the deferrals were ordered by Trump as part of a series of coronavirus relief executive actions last weekend. BIDEN CALLS FOR MANDATE REQUIRING ALL AMERICANS WEAR MASKS "He does seem to want to be helping the economy with [those] two measures," one student responded. "I hate Trump, but that's a good start," another young woman said. Another student said she also doesn't like the incumbent: "[S]o, it's shocking that he did that." CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Joining forces on a song with another artist is a big deal for Ellie Goulding, and she remembers working together with late rapper Juice WRLD on “Hate Me,” which is featured on her new album being released Friday. “(I) was just so looking forward to having this song together that would connect me with him forever. Whenever you do a collaboration you’re connected forever. Songs are so moving and so important when you find the song you can relate to so much, or you love to dance to or the song you like to cry to. Everyone has those songs — I was just sad that he had so much more to give,” she said. “His future was so bright. Something you just can’t explain. I can’t explain that. We were all very sad. Sad for his family that came along to the video shoot with him.” “Hate Me” reached platinum status and is on Goulding’s new album, “Brightest Blue.” The song is featured on second part of the album called “EG.0.” Juice WRLD died...
    Donald Trump's disapproval rating is hitting some of its highest marks of his entire tenure—including its absolute highest mark in one poll. In the NPR/PBS/Marist poll released Friday, 58% of voters disapproved of the job Trump is doing, an all-time high for the poll. Plus, most of those who disapprove of Trump do so with a white-hot rage. Fully 49% of voters said they "strongly disapprove" of Trump, a number that jumped 8 points since mid-March when 41% strongly disapproved of him. The two groups where that disapproval grew most was among independents, whose strong disapproval spiked by 10 points since March to 43%, and nonwhite voters, whose strong disapproval jumped 16 points to 57%. But the NPR/PBS poll is no outlier. Trump's disapprovals are also surging in FiveThirtyEight's aggregate, which on Friday recorded the highest disapproval rating for Trump in over two years at 56.1%. That number represents even more disenchantment with Trump now than during his shutdown debacle of early 2019. On top of Trump's epic disapprovals, we continue to see evidence that groups that once voted for...
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