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    A DISTRAUGHT wife is taking action against Airbnb over claims her husband died after a dip inside a contaminated hot tub. Sandra Bermingham, 54, is planning to sue the US-owned holiday home booking site for £1.2m after her husband Paul's death just days after they returned from holiday. 3Paul Bermingham died just two weeks after returning from holidayCredit: Facebook 3His wife believes the hot tub wasn't properly maintainedCredit: Air B&B 3Sandra, her two kids, Darragh and Kate, and Paul travelled to MaltaCredit: Facebook Sandra, Paul and their two kids Darragh, 10, and Kate, 12, used the Airbnb website to book two weeks vacation in Gozo, Malta, in 2016. Their holiday home on the island had a spa pool which was mostly used by the children, MailOnline reports. Paul only hopped into the jacuzzi for a few seconds because the water was too cold. Sandra said: "Paul only went in the hot tub once on New Year's Eve and he was in the water for a matter of seconds. The bacteria is airborne and I believe...
    Stanford University’s Doerr School of Sustainability will take money from the fossil fuel industry through donations which will undermine the goals of the new school. Source: Stanford/YouTube Stanford University recently announced they would be launching the Doerr School of Sustainability, which was kick-started thanks to a $1.1-billion donation by venture capitalists John and Ann Doerr. Unfortunately, it seems that was not enough money to protect the integrity and independence of the new sustainability school from the fossil fuel industry. One of the industries that causes the most harm to our environment will be welcomes to gift money to the school, according to dean-elect Arun Majumdar. Majumdar previously led the Stanford Precourt Institute for Energy, which has also accepted fossil fuel money, including a $20-million grant from Shell in 2019. While it may be true that if the money is used for good, it doesn’t matter where it came from, the donation from the very industry they are fighting against will diminish the credibility and integrity of the school. In addition, it’s incredibly hard to guarantee that the donations...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I serve on a community board in my city that has done a lot of good over the years. I have had many different roles, and it has been a good run. I am getting older now and want to retire. The problem is that the board is small, and its members are pressing me to stay on. I appreciate the support, but I have had health issues and know that it is time for me to step down. I spoke to the chair of the board recently, and he refused to accept my resignation. To guilt me, he claims that if I leave, the board will be in violation because they are required by law to have a certain number of board members. I’m sorry if that is true, but that is not my problem. How can I extricate myself without things getting ugly? Time To Go Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: She posted a photo of her new look, and I found it creepy Advice | Harriette Cole: How can I stop...
    Mum, this is really difficult for me to say,’ the Whats­App message from my 12-year-old daughter began. ‘... I don’t feel like a girl, but I don’t feel like a boy.’  Staring at my phone in shock and disbelief, I replied that we’d talk about it when she got home. Later, in our living room, Lizzie told me she wanted to be referred to with they/them pronouns.  She wanted everyone to call her Zack, to swap her skirts and pink tops for curve-concealing hoodies and obliterate nearly every aspect of her former life. She had been too nervous to tell me in person that she was non-binary, yet now she looked as determined as she did scared.  I, meanwhile, felt like I had been kicked in the face. Lizzie was the name I’d chosen for my daughter, the name I’d painted in pink on her bedroom wall, to suit the princess-loving little girl I adored. Surely this must be a mistake. A phase. A way of fitting in.  One mother explains her struggle with accepting her daughter as Zack (pictured)...
    DEAR ABBY: I survived 17 years of abuse. I’m slowly healing and now in a healthy relationship I enjoy. My ex did what most abusers do in these situations: He isolated me from my family. He would force me to say mean things to my sisters and parents to keep them away and make them hate me. Now that I’m out of that situation, I want a relationship with them again. Sadly, my sisters say I must apologize for my behavior (again), which I’m not comfortable doing. I did apologize once, but it wasn’t good enough for them, since I stated that I was sorry he made me do those things. What should I do? GETTING PAST IT IN KANSAS DEAR GETTING PAST: I’m not sure why your sisters are insisting you apologize again, but if I were you, I would do it to try to smooth things over. At that time I would explain to them about Stockholm syndrome, which sometimes happens when people are kidnapped, held prisoner and eventually begin to identify with their captors. Something similar...
    A PUBLIX worker has explained how customers keep trying to help out in the same way even though his manager won't let him accept. The employee claimed in a TikTok that his manager said he has to say no to tips when customers offer them. 2The Publix worker on TikTok said that his manager asks him to not take tips from customersCredit: Tiktok/11.himothy 2The alleged employee sparked a conversation where commenters admitted to taking tips against management's wishesCredit: Tiktok/11.himothy The TikToker, who goes by HIM on the social media app, posted his perspective in a video that has nearly 100,000 views. "When my manager tells me I gotta say no to tips," the employee wrote in a text overlay while adding the caption "premier service my ahh." The video showed the employee in his Publix uniform shaking his head to an audio clip reciting "can't do that one." As part of his uniform, the Publix worker is wearing a pin with the text, "NO TIPPING PLEASE." read more in lifestyleTRY IT ON Amazon's first physical clothing store has secret doors...
    A YOUNG Gypsy woman has revealed she got married with another woman despite her family's objections. Introducing the person you love to your family is a nerve-racking experience for almost everyone - however, for this Gypsy woman things were even more complicated. 4Samantha, 17 at the time of filming, had fallen in love with a Gorger womanCredit: TLC 4Despite being in love, not everyone approved of their relationshipCredit: TLC Samantha, who was 17 at the time, revealed that as a Gypsy, she was raised ''to be with a male, take care of the male, take care of the kids, clean the house''. But despite the traditions, Samantha had decided to marry a woman, who's a Gorger - a non-Gypsy. Appearing on TLC Gypsy Brides US, she revealed she met Bridgette, 20 at the time, through her sister and they immediately hit it off. ''I'm very difficult to understand and Samantha understands me - and that's a bond that I want in my life forever.'' read more relationship storiesWED THE HELL? I'm a Gypsy mum - my teenage daughter needs to...
    JAAP STAM has admitted that he would jump at the chance to coach Manchester United. The Dutchman, 49, cemented himself as a popular figure at Old Trafford during a three-year stint as a player between 1998 and 2001. 2Jaap Stam last managed FC CincinnatiCredit: AP Since hanging up his boots in 2007, Stam has embarked on a career in coaching. Currently out of work, he has admitted that he would revel in the opportunity to return to the Theatre of Dreams in some capacity. He told bettingexpert: "If they would ask me (to take a coaching/managerial role), I would do it straight away without a doubt. “You know United is my life as well. I’ve had great seasons over there, won trophies and it’s been very important for me. Read More Man Utd StoriesMan Utd news live Harry Maguire BREAKS silence on being booed, Pogba's Juventus return "In any way, if I could help them out, I would be tempted...
    Chris Carlson/Getty Images Donald Trump all but said that former Vice President Mike Pence won’t be his running mate again, were the former president to run in the 2024 election. “I don’t think the people would accept it,” he told The Washington Examiner in a phone interview on Tuesday. The relationship between Trump and Pence has been strained since the latter refused to accede to the former’s request to overturn the 2020 election on Jan. 6, when a pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capital as a session of Congress, presided by Pence, was certifying Joe Biden’s presidential electoral victory. Since then, Pence has repeatedly rebuked Trump over Jan. 6 and the 2020 election. In February, Pence said: There are those in our party who believe that as the presiding officer over the joint session of Congress, that I possess unilateral authority to reject Electoral College votes. And I heard this week that President Trump said I had the right to overturn the election. But President Trump is wrong. I had no right to overturn the election. The presidency belongs the American people, and the American people alone. And frankly, there’s no idea more un-American than the...
    Dear Amy: I learned how to cook from my mother, grandmother and aunts, who all lived under the same roof. Amy Dickinson  In a Latin family like mine, it was a given that women learned to cook. I loved being among these wise ladies. Fast-forward to now. I am married to a wonderful man. Although he’s not Latin, he has fully embraced my family and culture. My husband comes from a small family, and his mother likes having everyone over for dinner. The problem is that this woman cannot cook and she has no interest in learning. There are family members (including my husband) who get physically sick after eating one of her meals! I’ve tried bringing over a side dish, but she takes offense. A cookbook that was given to her is collecting dust. She declines help in the kitchen. Related Articles Ask Amy: I didn’t expect to be interrogated about my Facebook post Ask Amy: These catty women called me erratic, so I’m planning a memorable kiss-off Ask Amy: Are they insulting...
    THERE are just days remaining before you can officially begin filing your 2021 federal income tax returns. Plus, various observances have altered the traditional Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax day deadline. 1The IRS says its e-filing portal will open in January 2022 In 2021, Americans received on average $2,775 in tax refunds, an 11% increase from the previous year, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Some only got their tax refunds in early November 2021, after experiencing several months of delays. How much you get back on your tax return depends on a number of factors including how early you file, government debt, and credit claims. When will the IRS accept my tax return in 2022? The IRS has not yet opened its e-filing portal, but you can expect it to become available starting Monday, January 24, 2022. Last year, the filing of 2020 tax returns was delayed until February 12, 2021 because the agency needed more time to test its systems and add extra programming in an effort to avoid refund delays. This was mainly because a major new law passed in...
    A LOVING husband has taken the internet by storm after his wife shared a video of him cooking healthy meals to help with infertility. Rach Sullivan uploaded the heartwarming clip on social media with the caption: ''no words for this man''. 4Tom could be seen using various kinds of nourishing ingredients to help his wife's healthCredit: @rachsullivan__/Tiktok In the video, which has seen over 1.6 million likes, Rach explained that the couple found out she could have an issue that affects her fertility. Desperate to have kids, Tom, her husband, then did some research on foods that could help her hormones - and he even started an Instagram account to document the journey. ''When the only doctor recommendation we were given was to go on birth control, we turned to food as medicine,'' she told. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED According to Rach, Tom even as a chart on their fridge that he uses to grocery shop with and has a list of all the ingredients that sync with the different phases of her...
    As for vaccine opponents, Goodman declared that they use "absolutely false, conspiracy-theory laden arguments" and called them "clearly a lost cause, embracing an anti-science and anti-truth ideology with a fervor rarely seen since the advent of the Enlightenment." He added that he believes "the positives of the vaccines greatly outweigh the negatives" and that his children are fully vaccinated. Plus, Goodman said he "received a booster shot a few days ago. So far, I’m feeling okay. Instead of an mRNA vaccine, I took the Johnson & Johnson shot, which is a viral-vector vaccine less associated with pericarditis." He added in his op-ed that he hopes by telling his story of battling a serious vaccine side-effect that the "vaccine hesitant" might also get the shots. How are readers reacting to Goodman's vaccine stance? Goodman's op-ed so far has elicited a wide-range of reactions. Some commenters agree with him; some don't. And still others are engaging in debates with each other: "Mass Formation Psychosis in action," one commenter wrote, after which another commenter linked to...
    DEAR TRAVEL TROUBLESHOOTER: A group of friends and I booked a tour to Spain and Morocco through Tripmasters, a tour operator, in 2019. Our flights were on Delta Air Lines Christopher Elliott, the Travel Troubleshooter  In March 2020, Delta rescheduled our return flights to Minneapolis because of COVID-19. This revised itinerary stopped in Boston with no return flight to Minneapolis. Delta issued a travel waiver and offered to reschedule the flights without penalty. In April, I canceled our hotel reservations via email, spoke with Delta to cancel our flights and found out the tour operator made the flight reservations and owned the booking. Tripmasters also notified us that our hotels and the flight between Spain and Morocco were mostly nonrefundable. I’ve contacted Tripmasters numerous times to request a full refund. A Tripmasters representative says we can only reschedule. In late April 2020, with COVID-19 raging in Spain, travel restrictions imposed and the continued closing of hotels and tourist locations, we knew this trip was impossible. Can you help us get our $5,565 back? — Anita Alexander, Arden Hills, Minn. ANSWER: I’m...
    Dear Amy: I have a sister. Our relationship has been strained since childhood.  I have attempted to be closer in the past, but it never was successful. Amy Dickinson  We are polite when we see each other, but that’s it. Over the years our mother has tried to manipulate me into situations where she thinks my sister and I could bond. The latest attempt was absolutely ludicrous: She said my sister had offered to help me clean out my father’s house, which I was preparing to sell. My sister has been completely estranged from him for decades, and we have not spent a night under the same roof for over 30 years. My mother is 79 and in excellent health. Is there any point in kindly telling her that trying to broker a friendship is useless? Mind you, there is no animosity. I resent Mom’s attempts to make us closer but wonder if at her age I should just continue to politely decline the opportunities she proposes? Once Bitten Related Articles Ask Amy: He is baffled that his roommates...
    DEAR ABBY: At family gatherings, I can’t get a word in edgewise. Jeanne Phillips  When I try to join the conversation, invariably someone — usually my wife — cuts me off, dismisses what I have to say as “fiction” and shuts me down. It is extremely disrespectful and I feel humiliated and embarrassed by her comments. My silence does not mean consent. She and the family live by the rule that the one who speaks loudest speaks best. I have complained privately to her to no avail. Related Articles Dear Abby: I feel like an old fool for thinking I looked hot Dear Abby: All of a sudden, my boyfriend and his ex are talking again. Should I worry? Dear Abby: My teen is an irresponsible nuisance. Must I support him? Dear Abby: People don’t like me and I don’t know why Dear Abby: I encouraged my ex to meet new people, but I didn’t mean her She won’t admit there’s a problem. She says these verbal free-for-alls are...
    New York : “My family told me that I should not turn down the offer, since the boy who was going to marry me was from a wealthy family,” says 14-year-old Abeba. Just a few months ago, her mother and siblings put great pressure on her to accept a suitor, marry, and thus help alleviate the family financial strains during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abeba wants to be a doctor, but in his hometown from Gondar, in Ethiopia, the future of their education is uncertain. Rabi, from 16 years, still attends high school in Gusau, Nigeria, but four of her friends from school They got married during the pandemic, and her mother thinks she should do the same. “Two of our neighbors are getting married this week, In sha Allah (God willing). I never thought it would touch me so soon, ”says Rabi. And the prospects for these teens are far from unusual. According to a new report by the United Nations Children’s Fund or Unicef, already before the pandemic it was expected that in 10 years 100 million as...
    Erendira Palma Hernandez La Jornada newspaperSaturday, February 27, 2021, p. 9 Leaving the court is not easy, but when your body says up to here it only remains to resign to close the cycle. This is how Gerardo Jerry Flores lives his retirement as a player after 16 years, a career that ends with a knee injury and forces him to leave a league title pending with Cruz Azul. 2020 was very complicated, I had three surgeries in two years and it did not turn out as expected. I was honest with myself and with the club, so I took the time to be ready and finish this stage, he says in an interview still in the spirit of not letting go of the ball. After debuting with Monterrey, playing with Atlas and Jaguares, Flores consolidated with the celestial ones by lifting a Mx Cup title (2013), a Concachampions (2014) and being part of the Mexican team in the Confederations Cup (2013). However, he left a debt by not breaking the fast of titles that La Maquina has suffered for...
    Dear Quentin, I am planning on marrying someone who has a substantial amount of money. I do not have much. I own my home, have a military retirement, and work part time. I want a prenuptial agreement and she does as well. We don’t, nor will we, have children. So what is the issue? I do not want spousal support. If we were to separate, I only want to maintain my full military benefits and the difference between my personal savings (at the time of divorce) and $50,000. So if I had $45,000 saved she would only pay $5,000. I have worked very hard for everything I have. I take pride in the fact that I’ve overcome a lot of adversity to be where I am now, and I’m happy with my finances. She wants me to have a “standard of living” payment. I want my morality in tact, should we divorce. I think what I’m asking for is totally reasonable. But perhaps it isn’t? Any advice? Proud & Practical Dear Proud, While I take off my hat...
    DEAR ABBY: I’m writing because I’m torn. My mother-in-law recently retired and wants to gift stocks to all of her grandchildren. However, my husband refuses to accept them on behalf of our son. Jeanne Phillips  We also didn’t deposit her wedding and baby shower gifts to us. (Both were checks.) We just kept them because I felt it was the right thing to do. However, in this case, I appreciate and would gladly accept the stocks. Her gift would pay for my son’s higher education. My husband feels we can’t accept everything he’s given. I think he’s being stubborn, not thinking about his son and letting his ego get in the way. What do you think about this? THINKING OF THE FUTURE Related Articles Dear Abby: It’s like they read my diary and decided to play a huge joke on me Dear Abby: I’m 17, and my dad is dating a girl I know from high school Dear Abby: My fiancee won’t live with me unless I buy a 7-bedroom manor Dear...
    Guram Kutateladze refused to accept his UFC win over Mateusz Gamrot. Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images An underdog scored an upset victory over an unbeaten fighter but refused to accept the win, saying: 'It wasn't my fight' Guram Kutateladze and Mateusz Gamrot fought a lightweight match on the fourth of the UFC's five Fight Island events in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. The pair battled in an even contest and though Kutateladze was viewed by the judges as the winner, he appeared to say he should have lost. "This is number one bull-s---," he said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Guram Kutateladze scored an upset victory over an unbeaten fighter but refused to accept the win, saying: "It wasn't my fight." It was always going to be a tough assignment for Kutateladze, who headed into the Flash Forum on Fight Island which is a quarantined area on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, having to compete against Mateusz Gamrot who was a two-weight champion for the Polish MMA firm KSW. But Kutateladze, too, had a...
    BEFORE becoming a mum, trainee photographer Shannon Marie, 25, didn’t think twice about her boobs.  She had a perky C cup chest and they gave her the perfect curves for her petite size eight frame. But her relationship with her body and her boobs changed dramatically after breastfeeding two kids.  Nick Obank - The Sun 5 Shannon’s boobs shrunk from a C cup to a AA after breastfeeding After having bikini confidence with her boobs they shrunk to a tiny 32AA which left her feeling ‘ugly’ and ‘manly’.  Here, as part of Fabulous’ Going Bust series – which tells the stories of women’s relationship with their boobs, to help give us all a bit of body confidence – Shannon, from Porthmadog,  North Wales tells her story.  “Growing up I idolised models with big boobs and curves. They were adored by everyone, not just men but women too, so I went through puberty and my breasts blossomed to 34C, I was delighted.  “I have always been a petite size 8 build and my weight still fluctuates between eight and nine...
    A BLOKE who hates the baby name chosen by his wife says he's scared the tot will face bulling in years to come and end end up resenting her parents because of the unusual choice. His wife settling on George - an name usually reserved for boys - leaving the bloke puzzled as he at first 'assumed she was joking'. 4 A bloke has clashed with his wife, after she told him she wanted to name their baby girl GeorgeCredit: Getty Images - Getty Later, the discussion became heated and the man offended his wife, saying 'only a lunatic' would think George was a good name for a baby girl. His wife refused to compromise with a more traditional female name, like Georgia or Georgina. Writing on Reddit, the man explained: "We both are very normal and average, so at first I didn't believe her and thought she was joking when she said she liked the name George for our daughter. "This came after we'd been discussing traditional girl names for our daughter, so it wasn't even like she'd been...
    Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is right now the hot topic of discussion. Her arrival in Mumbai on September 9 with Y-Plus security, is much awaited by the netizens. Amid this, an old interview where her former boyfriend and actor Adhyayan Suman claiming she took drugs has resurfaced. Mumbai Police is apparently looking into the matter soon, after allegations made on her by Maharashtra Home Minister. Kangana has now given her statement on the same saying that she is ready for the drug tests. Mumbai Police To Look Into Kangana Ranaut- Adhyayan Suman’s Drugs Row, Says Maharashtra Home Minister. ANI quoted the Queen actress saying, “I am more than happy to oblige Mumbai Police & Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Please do my drug tests, investigate my call records if you find any links to drug peddlers ever I will accept my mistake and leave Mumbai forever, looking forward to meeting you.” ANI’s Tweet: I am more than happy to oblige Mumbai Police & Home Minister Anil Deshmukh. Please do my drug tests, investigate my call...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am half-deaf, and because of it, I have a learning disability. I just started a new job, and the hiring manager is aware of my disability. Harriette Cole  Now that he is training me, it is clear that he is becoming frustrated as it takes me longer to learn and process new information than the average person. He doesn’t bring up my disability or ask if he is going too fast, but when I ask him to slow down, he tells me that this is the job pace — I need to be able to keep up or I will not succeed in this job and should consider something else. I am confident that I can do that work; I just need more time to learn and process everything at first. How do I professionally correct him about my disability and defend myself? Hear Me Out DEAR HEAR ME OUT: Have a direct conversation with him. Tell him about your learning process in relation to your disability. Explain that it takes you a little longer to grasp...
    Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland confirmed on Instagram Wednesday that he will be facing a four game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy. Breeland said the reason for his post was to offer an apology and take “full responsibility” for his actions. TWO FORMER LSU STUDENTS ACCUSE EX-WASHINGTON RUNNING BACK DERRIUS GUICE OF RAPE IN 2016: REPORT  “As previously announced by the League, I have received a 4 game suspension for off-the-field matters,” his post began. “I post this today because I want to apologize, publicly, to the entire Chiefs organization, my coaches, teammates, family and fans.” DISGRACED NFL PLAYER IN TROUBLE BEYOND STRANGLING ACCUSATION He continued: “I accept full responsibility for my actions, and I look forward to getting back on the field with my teammates to defend our Super Bowl Title.” ESPN first reported the suspension. The 28-year-old joined the Chiefs in 2019 and played 15 games in their Super Bowl winning season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM He had run-ins with the law in April when he was arrested in South Carolina on several...
    "The Legend of Korra's" finale was particularly notable in 2014, when LGBTQ characters were few and far between in cartoons. Nickelodeon In 2014, Nickelodeon's "The Legend of Korra" gave its two heroines, Korra and Asami, a romantic resolution. Both creators of the series later confirmed that the characters were bisexual.  When the series' groundbreaking queer finale aired in 2014, it deeply resonated with me, a closeted teen who had never seen any bisexual characters on television before. "Korra" served a crucial role in my queer coming of age, and it also helped set the tone for an increase in LGBTQ cartoon characters in the latter half of the 2010s. As of August 14, "The Legend of Korra" is available on Netflix in its entirety. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On December 19, 2014, "The Legend of Korra" made history. As I like to joke, it also made me bisexual. The final shot of the "Avatar: The Last Airbender" sequel showed the series' heroines, Korra and Asami, facing each other, holding hands as they gazed into each...
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tore into Representative Ted Yoho on the House floor Thursday after he called her a 'f***ing b***h' during a heated confrontation at the Capitol Monday - saying he 'accosted' her and slamming his grinning non-apology the previous day.  'My parents did not raise me to accept abuse from men,' Ocasio-Cortez asserted during her remarks, where she repeated the vulgar phrase used by Florida Representative Ted Yoho during the exchange. Ocasio-Cortez, 30, also reiterated that she does not believe Yoho, 65, has truly apologized for 'accosting' her on the steps of the Capitol, where she claims he called her 'crazy,' 'dangerous' and put his finger in her face.  Yoho, a former veterinarian who is retiring from Congress this year, has three children, a son who is 30 and two daughters who are 32 and 33-years-old. 'Mr. Yoho mentioned that he has a wife and two daughters. I'm two years younger than Yoho's youngest daughter,' Ocasio-Cortez said during her floor remarks. 'I am someone's daughter too.' 'My father, thankfully, is not alive to see how Mr. Yoho treated his daughter,'...
    I’ll never forget the first time I realized my father’s love for me might be conditional. I was a junior at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, and I had just come out as gay to him over the phone. In a perfect world, my dad would’ve told me he loved me no matter who I loved and, maybe more naively, I hoped that he would tell me that being gay was OK.  Unfortunately, neither of those things happened. To say that my father, an ordained Baptist minister, didn’t take the news well is an understatement. He called me incessantly every day thereafter from our Brooklyn family home to read me scriptures on what the Bible says about homosexuality. READ MORE: Billy Porter speaks up for Black LGBTQ: ‘Our lives matter too’ When he learned that I was dating a man in Atlanta, he gave me an impossible ultimatum: end my relationship with my then-boyfriend and essentially become a born again, straight man all with the snap of a finger (if only it was that simple). And if I...
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