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    A DIRECTOR on a luxury cruise ship has given a sneak peek of the room he lives in on board - and everyone is saying the same thing.  Lewis, who goes by the name @cruisedirectorlewis on TikTok, shared a video diary with his 29,300 followers on the popular social media site.   5The cruise director has shown people around his luxury suiteCredit: Alamy In it, he can be seen opening the door to his cabin, as he tells his followers: “So this is something you don’t get to see every day - the cruise director cabin.  “Let’s go inside and take a look at where I live,” he continues as he starts to show everyone around his room on board the Celebrity Silhouette ship. Beginning with the entrance hallway, which is spacious and contains a big wardrobe, a kitchen area and a small office, Lewis says: “There’s my hallway. “We’ll have a quick look in the old closet. Plenty of clothes, packed like a lady, but that’s fine, love the fashion - always got to look sharp. Read More in Real...
    Foot traffic and the share of office workers throughout the District is still hovering below 40% of pre-pandemic levels, slightly lower than the overall D.C. metro. The 11 Business Improvement Districts in D.C. have just launched an online initiative called Return to DC to get more people back. “It is a far cry from where we were pre-pandemic. And perhaps we will never get back to 100%, but I think what we want to see is for that number to continue to grow and so that we can begin to see that foot traffic in town that we so desperately need,” said Gerren Price, acting president and CEO of the Downtown D.C. Business Improvement District, the oldest and largest of the city’s BIDs. More Business News More D.C. News The initiative is designed to appeal to workers’ memories of their pre-pandemic experiences of being at work in town, to reminisce about pre-pandemic Washington and to build excitement about what is to come. Daytime D.C. may not be hustling and bustling like it was before the pandemic, but it...
    Jarrin Jackson, a Republican candidate for the Oklahoma State Senate, released a video this week accusing Disney of employing "pedophiles" because of a dress that Minnie Mouse wore on the front face of a gift card. The illustration depicts Mickey hugging his companion Minnie, who is sporting a blue dress with her arm around Mickey's shoulder. Jackson, however, saw something completely different. "Disney has for the longest time been a 'children,' entertainment institution. This is a gift card taken last week at a Target store. What do you see? What do you see? What do you see in that image? Do you see Minnie in a dress or do you see Mickey holding a penis?" Jackson ruminated. "The people at Disney are pedophiles. The people at Disney are pushing a Satanic, godless, child-predatory perspective." Watch below via Right Wing Watch: "Do you see Minnie (Mouse) in a dress?" asks Oklahoma GOP state senate candidate Jarrin Jackson. "Or do you see Mickey holding a penis?": "The people at Disney are pedophiles."pic.twitter.com/QTNhVnr4xD — Right Wing Watch (@Right Wing Watch) 1649169308 There...
    New case rates of COVID-19 are dropping from record highs fueled by the omicron variant, causing some to wonder when pandemic mitigation measures can begin lifting. However, experts from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health warn more time may be needed. When mask mandates for public spaces indoors and inside schools could be lifted was among topics discussed during a Thursday webinar hosted by the Baltimore school. “Right now is not the time to do that,” said Dr. Crystal Watson, senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security and assistant professor for the Department of Environmental Health and Engineering at the School of Public Health. “For many communities, we are at or above 100 cases per 100,000 per day, and what we want to get down to is more in the in the range below 10. Below one is really where we want to be,” she said. As of Thursday, per 100,000 people, Virginia’s 14-day average for new COVID-19 cases is 84; in D.C. it is 37 and in Maryland 31. Watson believes mask mandates can be lifted...
    A PERSON who claimed to be working their last day at Panera Bread wants people to see what its food is really like. He posted a video showing boxed and bagged food in an attempt to gross people out – but it didn’t exactly work. 5A supposed former employee of Panera Bread exposed what the company's food really looks like before it's cookedCredit: TikTok/@oneofakidd 5He showed visuals of frozen and unbaked muffinsCredit: TikTok/@oneofakidd “It’s my last day at Panera. “Here’s what your food really looks like,” the supposed worker, who goes by @oneofakidd on social media, said at the top of his video. He proceeded to show viewers boxes upon boxes of what he said is food, broccoli cheddar soup and chicken wild rice soup in plastic bags, frozen chocolate chip cookies, and what looked like bagged individual portions of macaroni and cheese.  He also showed what seemed to be frozen muffin mixture in baking pans ready to be placed in the oven and pre-cooked pizza crust in bags. The former employee seemed to be trolling the company for their...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — From the moment Kyle Rittenhouse shot three people on the streets of Kenosha during protests over the police shooting of a Black man, he’s personified America’s polarization. The 17-year-old from Illinois who carried an AR-style rifle and idolized police was cheered by those who despised the Black Lives Matter movement and the sometimes destructive protests that followed George Floyd’s death. He was championed by pro-gun conservatives who said he was exercising his Second Amendment rights and defending cities from “antifa,” an umbrella term for leftist militants. Others saw him as the most worrisome example yet of vigilante citizens taking to the streets with guns, often with the tacit support of police — a “chaos tourist,” in the words of the lead prosecutor, who came to Kenosha looking for trouble. Though Rittenhouse and all three men he shot are white, many people saw racism at the heart of Kenosha — an armed white teen, welcomed by police to a city where activists were rallying against a white officer’s shooting of a Black man, and allowed to...
    (CNN)After a short week that somehow felt longer than most, it's time for this week's TV OT. TV characters that didn't age wellOne night this week, I got into the mood for some heavy camp, so I turned on "Death Becomes Her," the 1992 dark comedy that in no way deserves the cast it ended up having (Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis). It's about two perpetually feuding women -- Madeline (Streep) and Helen (Hawn) -- who enter into an ill-advised contract in an effort to stay young forever. Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn in a scene from the 1992 film 'Death Becomes Her.' Twenty-year-old spoiler alert: Madeline steals Helen's man (Willis) from her, sending her into an emotional spiral. During her darkest moments, Helen is shown to be overweight (with Hawn in a fat suit), living in an apartment with too many cats, binge-eating cake icing in front of the TV, obsessed with the idea of getting even with Madeline. She's arrested and carted off to an institution. Read MoreYes, the movie is camp, but since fat...
    AN idiot dad has sparked fury after he berated two women for kissing in a supermarket saying: "I choose what I want my kids to see". The viral video, which saw Anueta Madison-Vanderbuilt confront the bigot in a store in Melbourne, Australia, was met with anger from TikTok viewers. 2The dad was filmed confronting the two women after they kissed in a supermarket in Melbourne, AustraliaCredit: TIK TOK 2Anueta Madison-Vanderbuilt posted the shocking video to TikTokCredit: its_anueta Mum-of-three Anueta was out shopping on Thursday when her girlfriend joined her at the store. According to the 31-year-old mum, the couple exchanged a "quick kiss" and then heard the man speaking in a raised voice. The couple soon realised the dad was directing his comments at them. “I just kissed her to say thank you and within that same second when I kissed her, we heard a man saying, ‘calm down, calm down’,” she told news.com.au. “We turned and saw he was with kids so thought he was saying it to his kids … then when he was walking past with his...
    TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry asked fans to send in their requests on what she should film for the MTV next season. The 29-year-old’s decision to take in fan suggestions comes after she refused to film aspects of her custody battle with ex Chris Lopez over their sons Lux, three, and Creed, 11 months. 4Kailyn Lowry and cost Leah Messer asked fans for their thoughts on the Teen Mom 2 finaleCredit: Instagram/Kailyn Lowry 4Kail also asked for suggestions on what they should film for 'next season' of the MTV showCredit: Instagram/Kailyn Lowry After doing a Teen Mom Instagram takeover with her friend and costar Leah Messer, Kailyn continued the discussion about the show by asking fans their “thoughts on the finale.” Along with a answer box on her Instagram Story, Kailyn, who’s on vacation in the Dominican Republic with her sons and with Leah, said in a video: “Leah and I are getting ready to do an excursion, but we wanna know what your thoughts were from the season finale of Teen Mom 2.” She then wanted to know what...
    Dear Amy: I’m an alcoholic. Three years ago, my husband gave me an ultimatum: Either get sober, or I will divorce you. Amy Dickinson  I got sober and it lasted almost six months. Since then, I’ve been drinking but I’ve hid it very well. He has no idea I’ve continued to drink. Now I’ve come to a point where I truly want to get sober again, but I don’t think I can do it without his help. How do I tell him I’ve betrayed him for so long and then ask him to forgive me for it and stand by me in quitting drinking again? Still Drinking Dear Drinking: Your husband has already supported your sobriety by delivering a clear boundary and consequence as a way to compel you toward recovery — and that seems to have worked for a time. Related Articles Ask Amy: She said she ‘forgot to pay,’ but I know all her shoplifting tricks Ask Amy: My husband had sex with her twice and she says he fathered two babies ...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden has moved fast since his January 20 swearing-in, signing a $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill into law less than two months into his term and issuing more executive orders so far than his three predecessors.Those efforts have paid off, with the administration reaching the milestones of 200 million coronavirus shots delivered and vaccine eligibility opened to everyone 16 and over before Biden's 100th day in office. Unemployment is falling, with new jobless claims hitting a pandemic low, and schools are reopening for in-person learning, returning kids and families to a semblance of normal life.As the President begins his next 100 days, what issues do you want him to focus on and why? Leave your comments below and we may feature some of them.
    The Queen went back to work yesterday. It had only been four days since her husband Prince Philip, the love of her life and her rock for seven decades, died. For any other 94-year-old woman, such a crushing blow would almost certainly prompt a period of quiet mournful reflection with family. But Her Majesty is not any other 94-year-old woman. She is a quite astoundingly stoic and selfless human being, who has put others before herself through her entire adult life. So, she insisted on honouring a retirement ceremony for a trusted aide, the former Lord Chamberlain Earl Peel. Scroll down for video  Prince Andrew in ceremonial dress at a service to mark the centenary of the RAF in London on July 10, 2018  Prince Andrew, Virginia Roberts, aged 17, and Ghislaine Maxwell at Ghislaine Maxwell's townhouse in London on March 13, 2001 It was a very British ceremony. The official royal Court Circular announced: 'The Earl Peel had an audience of The Queen today, delivered up his Wand and Insignia of Office as Lord Chamberlain and the...
    ‘The Serpent’: TV Review Japan’s Kioxia Is Said to Focus on IPO in Next Few Months © Provided by Sports Illustrated Speaking with reporters ahead of Thursday's game, Durant said: "I'm sorry that people have seen the language I used. That's not what I want people to see or hear from me." View the original article to see embedded media.Speaking to reporters ahead of Thursday's game against the Hornets, Nets star Kevin Durant addressed his recent Twitter feud with actor Michael Rapaport, who posted several direct messages from Durant that included aggressive and profane language. "I'm sorry that people have seen the language I used," Durant told reporters, per The Athletic. "That's not what I want people to see or hear from me." The tweets shared by Rapaport show mostly Durant's messages, in which he hurls insults at Rapaport, including one in which he asks for the actor's address. Per The Athletic, Nets coach Steve Nash said he addressed the issue in a private conversation with Durant. The two-time NBA Finals MVP has been out since Feb. 13 with...
    ELK GROVE (CBS13) — Disturbing images of violent hate crimes against Asian-Americans can’t be avoided, but discussing them with children may not be easy. “They are young, they don’t see it.  They don’t see the colors that adults may see,” said Elk Grove parent Thao Do. READ MORE: WATCH: Colfax Neighbor Rescues Dog From Fast Moving, Freezing Water In Canal Do teaches her kids how to play cards and how to ride a bike, but perhaps one of the toughest lessons is teaching them about racism. “He heard it on the news.  He heard it when I would talk to my friends about it.  And he did ask, ‘what is racism?’  So I told him,” said Do. Do remembers an anti-Asian moment at the beginning of the pandemic when she was getting into an elevator with her six-year-old. “Like they had to pull everyone away from us like we were a disease.  And it made me feel bad.   Even though I wasn’t physically hurt, it really hurt me inside,” said Do. “My heart really goes out to them and...
    UFC: Curtis Blaydes only cares about what the win, not what fight fans want to see By: Daniel Cunningham February 19, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditTomorrow night in the headliner of UFC Vegas 19, Curtis “Razor” Blaydes (14-2, 1 NC) will be going for his fifth straight victory. Standing in front of him is “The Black Beast” Derrick Lewis (24-7, 1 NC). The fight is shaping up as a classic hero vs villain type of fight. For Curtis Blaydes, the path to victory tomorrow is pretty clear. While he’s certainly shown improved standup over the years, the path to a victory at UFC Vegas 19 lies within his wrestling. Blaydes might be the best wrestler in the UFC‘s heavyweight division at the moment. When he’s on, he’s incredibly difficult to get off of you. Blaydes has tremendous strength and shows great control once the fight does get to the ground. Once it’s there, he also does a fantastic job of landing vicious strikes. Just ask Alistair Overeem about that. The only real way for...
    The Daily Caller’s Lisa Bennatan and Caity McDuffee went to the streets if D.C. to ask people this question: What should President Trump do now that he is out of office? “What do I want to see Donald Trump do? I don’t want to see him do anything, I want to see him be gone, disappear, just leave the landscape, that’s what I want,” one woman said. Another person also said that she wants Trump to “disappear.’’ (RELATED Who Do New Yorkers Dislike More, Gov. Cuomo Or Mayor De Blasio?) “I think he did what he came to do, I never wanted him to do it, so you know he’s gone, I’m happy. There is really nothing left for him to do. I sure hope he disappears,” another woman said. Caity asked one man what he would say to the people who want Donald Trump to start his own media company or run in 2024. “I would say, I would encourage them to get a passport and maybe think about other countries besides the United States,” the man answered. Tune...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – As one president leaves and another arrives, what would you like to see happen now? In the Strip District Pittsburghers weighed in on two questions: Should the Senate and Prosecutors go after President Trump? And what could President Biden do that would be important to you? On the question of pursuing any action against President Trump here are some of the comments. “I think they should criminally charge him. You know, pay for his consequences for what he’s done.” “I think at this point we just need to move on. What happened, happened. Because I think the longer we let that linger, and we just keep opening and ripping off that band-aid, I think it’s just time to close it up.” “Everybody gotta serve big time for what they did. So if they find he did something wrong they gotta do what they gotta do right.” “He should be investigated, just like any other citizen and then we leave it up to, hopefully, our judicial system to do the work that they’re supposed to do.”...
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    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The counting of votes will continue today across Pennsylvania and the country. President-elect Joe Biden is moving ahead with his planning even as President Trump vows to fight the announced results of the election in court. So what do people in Pittsburgh want to see President Trump do? We took that question to Market Square in Downtown Pittsburgh and got these responses. “What any normal president would do, step out of the office on January 20.” “Follow the vote, if the vote is for Biden, it’s time to step down, and I’m a Trump supporter. You follow the law. It’s what happens.” “He may have some weaknesses, but one of his strengths is that he believes that America is a great country and that that we need to have a more unified country. “ “I think he should just accept what has happened, and leave.” “I would like to see him just take a deep breath, and then accept what happens in the end.” “He should fight it. I think people give up too easily, especially during...
    Until recently, it was very easy to debunk the idea that Black Lives Matter is a politically mainstream organization focused exclusively on the fight for racial justice. All you had to do was point in the direction of BLM’s official website, which had a tab right at the top called “What We Believe” leading to a section of the site that outlined, well, what they believe. And by their own admission, they believed, and were fighting for, many things that the vast majority of human beings on Earth, whatever their race, would find bizarre or objectionable. But sometime in the past few days, the “What We Believe” page at BlackLivesMatter.com was unceremoniously scrubbed, with no explanation offered publicly. If you spend a little more time searching on the site now, there are still ominous signs that this is a radical organization. In fact, you don’t have to search that hard at all. The “Herstory” section tells us about the “three radical black organizers” who founded BLM. Actually, they’re all professed Marxists, though that fact is not shared. It also claims...
    While speaking to reporters on Monday, 2020 Democratic presidential nominee former Vice President Joe Biden stated that if there is a coronavirus vaccine released by the Trump administration before the election, he “would want to see what the scientists said.” And wants “full transparency on the vaccine.” Biden also accused President Donald Trump of undercutting public confidence because “he’s playing with politics. He’s said so many things that aren’t true, I’m worried if we do have a really good vaccine, people are going to be reluctant to take it.” Biden said, “I would want to see what the scientists said.” He added, “I want full transparency on the vaccine. One of the problems is, the way he’s playing with politics. He’s said so many things that aren’t true, I’m worried if we do have a really good vaccine, people are going to be reluctant to take it. And so, he’s undermining public confidence. But pray to God we have it. If I can get a vaccine tomorrow, I’d do it. If it cost me the election, I’d do it. We...
    LINCOLN SQUARE — Neighbors are being asked to weigh on on what kind of pedestrian friendly improvements they’d like to see in a new plaza coming to Lincoln Square. The new plaza would take over the triangle shaped block that currently has sidewalks, a parkway with trees and grass, and a bus stop just east of the McDonald’s currently being remodeled at 4844 N. Lincoln Ave.  Ald. Andre Vasquez (40th) and city leaders say the site is underutilized and wants neighbor feedback on what upgrades could be made as part of the city’s Make Way for People initiative.  Residents can submit their ideas about how the space can be improved via this online poll. Neighbors can give feedback on features like outdoor seating, art and what kind of events the plaza should host. “Now more than ever we need to create outdoor spaces for people to enjoy all year long,” said Rudy Flores, executive director for the Lincoln Square Ravenswood Chamber of Commerce. “Building a better neighborhood can only be done with the input and suggestions of our Lincoln Square residents.” The new...
    Executives from more than 100 companies and trade associations sent a letter to Congressional leaders from both parties Monday urging more federal support for small businesses facing dire struggle and uncertainty during the Covid-19 pandemic. The letter, an effort led by former Starbucks chairman and CEO Howard Schultz, says the Small Business Association’s Paycheck Protection Program loans provided short-term relief for many businesses but a second dose of relief — one stronger and more targeted than simply another round of PPP loans — is needed for hard-hit sectors that require more sustained support. “Most small businesses don’t have enough cash in the bank to weather more months of reduced revenue and customer traffic,” the letter reads. The CEOs specifically call for express delivery of federally guaranteed loans that last “well into 2021,” more flexibility for small businesses on how the federal loans are used, and more loan forgiveness for hard-hit businesses.… Read the full story from the Washington Business Journal.
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