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    Sean Hannity pledged to vape a Juul e-cigarette on air if the Food and Drug Administration’s plan to ban the devices is implemented. The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday the FDA is preparing to order Juul to all of its e-cigs off the market. According to its sources, the announcement could come this week. Fox News’ Trace Gallagher joined Hannity to summarize the news for the host and noted e-cig enthusiast, who last year was caught vaping on air after a commercial break. “Juul has been trying to get on the right side of regulators by limiting its marketing and banning mango, mint, other sweet flavors,” said Gallagher. “The company even suggested a vaping device that can only be unlocked if you’re 21.” Gallagher noted that Juul can appeal any such decision or revise its products, but that “both of those take a bunch of time and a whole lot of money.” “They ban it, and I’ll do it live on TV and they can come and arrest me. How’s that?” replied Hannity. Gallagher laughed and said something inaudible...
    MANY brides have specific ideas for how they want their wedding to look, but one woman revealed the backlash she received after giving guests a colour scheme. TikTok user Samantha Twist uploaded a video explaining how she had asked people to dress in a pastel shade for her big day. 4TikTok user Samantha Twist revealed how she gave her guests a strict dress code for her wedding dayCredit: tiktok/@samanthatwist 4She told her guests to wear pink, black or near-neutral for her big day - and it didn't go down wellCredit: tiktok/@samanthatwist Samantha responded to a clip by another woman which said how they wanted to send a “dress code along with our invitations” asking for “light, earthy and neutral tones in their attire for the day”. Posting on her @samanthatwist account, the bride replied saying: “So I actually did this.” However, when she did it, it totally backfired on her, with some family members threatening to not come to the wedding. She explained: “I posted on our wedding website some examples and just said ‘hey I would like if you...
    A BRIDE has caused controversy by asking whether or not she'd be unreasonable to tell her bridesmaids she wants a solo spa break instead of a hen do. Not only would she not be inviting her bridesmaids to the pampering break - she'd also expect them to donate the money they would have spent on a hen do to go towards her spa weekend. 2A bride has caused controversy by asking whether she'd be unreasonable to ask her bridesmaids to pay for her solo spa break instead of having a hen doCredit: Getty The woman took to Reddit to question whether she'd be in the wrong to make the request, writing: "I have nowhere else to ask this. Would going on my bachelorette party by myself be weird? "Like ask the girls to pitch the X amount of money they would have paid for their flight to even get to where I am for me to just spend a weekend pampering myself?" She concluded her post by writing: "I just have girls that live allll over, they have kids,...
    CONSIDERING how we can easily swipe through hundreds of dating app profiles in a single evening, it goes without saying that there's a LOT of pressure on people to stand out from the crowd with a strong opening line. But while resorting to cliches probably isn't going to increase your chances of bagging a date, you know what's worse? BODY-SHAMING a person you've literally never met. 3Em shamed her Tinder match on TikTokCredit: @emsumners/Tiktok 3He told her to 'put down the cupcakes' before cruelly labelling her 'slightly obese'Credit: @emsumners/Tiktok We know what you're thinking: surely no one would ever think that approach would be successful? Well unfortunately for TikTok user Em, this is the exact scenario she found herself in when she matched with a guy last April. In a viral video that's racked up over 3.7 MILLION views, Em shared the downright grim (not to mention bizarre) conversation starter the bloke resorted to. He wrote: "Hey baby. Put down that cupcake and sprint to my house." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Understandably, Em...
    UFC legend Chuck Liddell has revealed he's open to competing in Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. MMA's first global superstar was part of the commentary team at BKFC 19 last Friday, an event that saw Rachael Ostovich defeat Paige VanZant via unanimous decision. 3MMA legend Chuck Liddell is open to trying his hand at bare-knuckle boxingCredit: Getty 3Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship is steadily gaining popularityCredit: Getty And The Iceman admits he's somewhat intrigued by the prospect of testing himself inside the fast-growing organisation. When asked if he'd open to stepping into the BKFC ring, Liddell said: “It would all have to depend. “We’d have to talk about it. Yeah, if they pay enough money, sure. It all depends on what they come up with. "We can talk about it. If they’re interested come and talk to me.” Liddell has already been in contact with BKFC chief Dave Feldman, although the UFC Hall-of-Famer refused to reveal if those talks were over a potential fight. Liddell, 51, hasn't fought since losing his trilogy fight with bitter rival Tito Ortiz three years ago. The...
    A Utah man charged with assaulting cops during the U.S. Capitol riot on January 6 told a judge to 'come f*** with me' during his Zoom court hearing on Thursday. Landon Kenneth Copeland, 33, invited his mother and several of his friends to view his court hearing before his repeated bizarre outbursts while a bewildered court administrator continually tried to mute his microphone, outlets reported. Copeland's hearing comes as the FBI said they are still after 'worst of the worst' four months in to the investigation and prosecution of alleged rioters. More than 440 people, including Copeland, have been charged with taking part in the violence. 'You people f**ked this up. You're going to give me a psych eval. I don't like 70 percent of my income going to the government. F**k all of you!' Copeland screamed at Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather. Before his hearing even began, Copeland was seen shouting and interrupting while other accused rioters appeared before the judge, Daily Beast reported. 'I object!' Copeland screamed during another defendant's hearing when a defense lawyer criticized Donald Trump, according to...
    An Irish Catholic priest is refusing to pay a fine for celebrating Mass in a public gathering that was in violation of the country’s COVID-19 lockdown. “The guards attacked me and accused me of spreading the virus,” Father PJ Hughes told the Irish Times after Irish police set up checkpoints around the church. “A guard told me that I was putting the lives of elderly people at risk. It’s a sad day that three Garda cars are circling around this church. Have they nothing else to do? God help us.” “They intimidated me going into Mass. They intimidated me, and they intimidated the people,” he added of the incident that occurred last month in County Cavan. He received a fine of €500, just under $600, for breaking virus restrictions. Ireland has been under Level 5 lockdowns, which restrict residents from traveling about 3 miles from their home, worship services are held online, and weddings are limited to six people. VIDEO OF MINISTER PUSHING 'GESTAPO' POLICE OUT OF CHURCH DURING HOLY WEEK SERVICE GOES VIRAL: 'LIVING IN A...
    Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston reunited onscreen for the first time in decades on Thursday with a risqué scene during a star-studded table read of 1982 movie Fast Times At Ridgemont High. The actor, 56, took on the role of Brad Hamilton, originally played by Judge Reinhold, 63, while his ex-wife Jennifer, 51, played high school 'sex queen' Linda Barrett, portrayed by Phoebe Cates, 57, in the coming-of-age teenage dramedy. The former couple shared a screen together during the film's daydream sequence which takes place after Brad arrives at a pool party hosted by his younger sister Stacy Hamilton, played by Oscar-winning actress Julia Roberts, 52. 
    Dear Moneyist, I wanted to ask you a moral or ethical question concerning COVID-19. Here’s my situation: my sister-in-law who currently lives with me has tested positive for COVID as of yesterday. I have not been tested within the past 30 days. I work in a long-term care facility/nursing home, in Pennsylvania as a certified nursing assistant. I informed my employer of the positive case in my home. I volunteered to stay home 14 days because I don’t want to risk infection to my residents I take care of, or fellow employees. My employer says they want me to wear a mask and face shield and come to work, and make sure other employees are wearing a mask properly OR go get tested again. I do NOT want to put my residents at risk and I refuse to go through that painful test again. They said they are my only two choices. Force me to work as a possible carrier or force me to test again, which I feel is against my rights. Can they give me this...
    William Reeves Durga, 21, was arrested by LaGrange police on Friday, two days after he mocked them in a viral TikTok video  A Georgia man wanted by police has been arrested two days after he posted a video to TikTok taunting cops for failing to find him.  William Reeves Durga, 21, was apprehended by LaGrange police on Friday and charged with sale of cocaine and use of a communication facility during the commission of a felony.  Earlier this month, officers had shared a post to Facebook asking the public for help in locating Durga as part of a drug investigation.  The police's appeal read: 'Reeves is 21 years old, approximately 5'6' and 140lbs. Anyone with any information regarding his whereabouts should contact the LaGrange Police Department'.  The post was accompanied by several old mugshots of Durga.   On Wednesday, an arrogant Durga surfaced on social media, poking fun at the police post.  He shared a video to TikTok that showed him dancing shirtless in front of a superimposed image of their appeal for help.  'Come and get me b**ch,' Durga...
    A British man, 21, has denied being behind this week's Twitter hack but admitted he bought a stolen account with Bitcoin, as it's revealed three young gamers carried out the attack after allegedly infiltrating a Slack channel to make $180,000.  Joseph O'Connor, a well-known hacker who goes by the name 'PlugWalkJoe' online, told the New York Times he was not involved in Wednesday's massive breach and was getting a massage near his current home in Spain at the time.  The 21-year-old, who is said to hail from Liverpool, brushed off accusations made by security journalist Brian Krebs Thursday that he was a key player in the hack, and said he was merely a customer of the assailants'.  Logs on Discord, a chat platform used by gamers, obtained by the Times show he bought the Twitter account @6 through one of the hackers who has come forward - 'ever so anxious' - and personalized it, but was not involved in the rest of the conversations among the known hackers involved in the breach. Authorities are grappling to identify the perpetrators of...
    The St. Louis couple who pointed guns at Black Lives Matters protesters last month say they believe they acted within their rights to protect their home as Missouri’s Governor announces President Donald Trump will get involved in the case. Mark and Patricia McCloskey are under investigation for brandishing an AR-15 and a handgun at protesters in front of their mansion on June 28, claiming they feared for their lives.  St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, the prosecutor investigating the couple, says Gov. Mike Parson and Trump 'came after her' and are intimidating her for reviewing the case. On Tuesday the Republican governor defended the McCloskeys saying the couple had 'every right to protect their property' at a coronavirus news briefing. He said he spoke with Trump just before the press conference and the president 'doesn’t like what he sees and the way these people are being treated.' On Tuesday Missouri Gov. Mike Parson announced President Donald Trump will get involved in the case of St. Louis couple Mark and Patricia McCloskey who pointed an AR-15 and handgun at protesters...
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