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    A row over Brazil's choreographed goal dances deepened today with some calling them 'disrespectful' while others insisted it was simply the country's culture. The side's 4-1 demolition of South Korea saw a number of routines performed by the squad, that had clearly been rehearsed and pre-planned. But former Manchester United player and now pundit Roy Keane took exception to the fancy footwork, calling it 'disrespecting the opposition' and claiming it was more like Strictly Come Dancing. His strong views sparked a debate with football fans unable to agree on whether the moves were out of line or just harmless fun.  ???? "I've never seen so much dancing, it's like watching Strictly!"???? Roy Keane on Brazil's dancing#ITVFootball | #FifaWorldCup pic.twitter.com/q9rJiB3xV6— ITV Football (@itvfootball) December 5, 2022 Keane said one time would have been manageable but after every goal is 'disrespectful' Football podcaster Edmund Oris said: ‘The Brazilians dance on its own isn’t disrespectful. ‘What’s disrespectful is doing it multiple times in a game. Imagine Germany players danced 7 times after thrashing Brazil 7-1 that year. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    The former head of trust and safety at Twitter admitted that the company made a mistake when censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story.  Yoel Roth, who resigned earlier in November following Musk's $44 billion takeover, said the authenticity of the New York Post's laptop story was difficult for the social media company to verify, and it was quickly censored in October 2020.  Twitter deliberately prevented users from sharing links to a front-page newspaper article about Hunter Biden's private life and his controversial business ties to Ukraine in the run-up to the 2020 election between Biden's father and Donald Trump.  Speaking at an interview with journalist Kara Swisher, Roth said:  'We didn't know what to believe, we didn't know what was true, there was smoke—and ultimately for me, it didn't reach a place where I was comfortable removing this content from Twitter.'  'But it set off every single one of my finely tuned APT28 hack and leak campaign alarm bells. Everything about it looked like a hack and leak.' Roth's comments come as Musk is set to release files on Twitter's 'free speech...
    TWO homeowners have shared the horror they experienced upon moving in their new property - and dirty dishes left by the previous owner was just the beginning. Almost nothing compares to the excitement of finally getting the keys to new dream house - years of saving have paid off and you have a place you can call home. 6Upon finally moving in, the couple came across multiple gross discoveriesCredit: tiktok 6Many demanded the two left the wall as it wasCredit: tiktok But for two young women the fairy tale very soon turned into a nightmare, as they came across a gross discovery in their newly purchased house. One of them, Ali (@aliciam.ia), took it to TikTok to share the horror story, where it's gone viral. The couple claimed that they had bought the house from a man who was alive and who had ''weeks to pack and move'' and that the mess was left after they completed the deal. Upon entering their dream home, the two women realised the previous owner, a male, had left his dirty washing-up, with the...
    WORKING on a superyacht may sound glamorous but the reality is actually quite different. TikToker @gypseali regularly posts videos about her experiences working on a superyacht - both the good and bad sides of this career. 4TikToker @gypseali says that working on a superyacht involves a lot of cleaningCredit: tiktok/@gypseali 4While a lot of work, she does get free food and rentCredit: tiktok/@gypseali One perk, she shares is that while on board the boat you’ll get free food and rent meaning you’ll be able to save much more of your money than you might in more traditional forms of employment. However you can also end up working quite long hours, and in one of her videos the yacht hostess reveals some of the tasks you can expect to do each workday. She says that there are a lot of cleaning jobs that must be done every day, including washing down the deck, adding that this is fun in the Caribbean where it’s warm, but  not so much when the boat’s in Norway. She adds that while working on these superyachts...
    Marty Bicek/ZUMA Wire This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. California’s wildfire season has kicked off in earnest, with the Oak Fire chewing extraordinarily quickly through the parched landscape around Yosemite National Park. The fire has burned nearly 17,000 acres so far, forcing thousands from their homes and blanketing the surrounding area in smoke.  For millions of years, the creatures of Earth have dealt with wildfire smoke, a noxious blend of particulate matter and toxic gasses. They’ve had to, really: Lightning ignites wildfires, and occasional small blazes actually result in a net benefit by resetting the ecosystem for new growth.  No longer. A variety of factors—including climate change, a history of fire suppression, and growing human populations—have conspired to turn what were once mild blazes into monsters like the Oak Fire. And that means more smoke, and longer exposure to gasses like carbon monoxide and dioxide, benzene, formaldehyde, and ozone. It also increases exposure to the soot carried in the cloud, which can contain solids like lead, cadmium, and polyaromatic hydrocarbons. Scientists know how this smoke affects human health, exacerbating...
    THEY'D been hoping they would be quids in after splashing out £400 on a returns pallet from Amazon. But things didn't quite go to plan for Joel Conder and his family, who documented their opening of the massive pallet in a video on their Dad V Girls YouTube page. 7Joel Conder and his family documented their opening of their £400 Amazon returns pallet in a video on their YouTube pageCredit: Dad V Girls/Youtube 7They were initially excited when they opened up the top of the box to reveal a mini fridgeCredit: Dad V Girls/Youtube 7But that was before they realised they'd been sent SIXTEEN of the itemsCredit: Dad V Girls/Youtube 7There was also a drinks dispenser and a load of other bits - many of which were broken or smashed upCredit: Dad V Girls/Youtube "This is the returns pallet that we got," Joel explained. "So in here is literally random stuff that people have returned to Amazon and they’ve packaged it up as a kind of mystery box. "We paid £400 for this but we have...
    HOW much do you spend a year on groceries? Determined to find out how much cash she'd shelled out on food and drink, one woman kept all her receipts from the last 12 months to work out the total. 3One woman collected her grocery receipts for a whole year to work out what she spent on food and drinkCredit: Tik Tok/ twobitetalks 3After tallying it up, she revealed she and her boyfriend had spent over £6,660 on groceriesCredit: Tik Tok/ twobitetalks The woman, who posts on the TwoBiteTalks account on TikTok, explained: "In my hand I hold the amount of money my boyfriend and I spent on groceries in an entire year. "This is every single receipt. "I haven’t tallied it up yet but I’m about to, and I want you guys to guess how much you think we spent on groceries in a year. "To give you context, it’s just the two of us that we’re feeding, we live in Vancouver, Canada, I’m 25 years old, we’re both vegan and I’m also gluten free....
    (CNN)Humans' historical greenhouse gas emissions have caused the climate crisis the world is in today. But it's the amount emitted now and in coming years that will determine whether humanity can avert catastrophic climate changes. That's the main finding of a new study published in the journal Nature Climate Change on Monday, which says that even if the world cut emissions to zero today, there would still be a 42% chance of hitting 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming above pre-industrial levels within a decade. That probability rises to 66% if the world waits until 2029 to reach zero emissions. Nevertheless, achieving zero emissions this decade is shaping out to be a pipe dream at this point, considering global emissions are still climbing, and set to continue for the next several years. A UN report showed that new and updated pledges on emissions will only cut around 7.5% from current rates by 2030. Additionally, China, the world's largest emitter, is not set to reach zero emissions until 2060.The study also shows that if the world emitted nothing today, there is only...
    CAMP Addict co-founders Kelly Beasley and Marshall Wendler lived, worked, and traveled in recreational vehicles (RVs) for years together.  Then, they became disenchanted with their wanderlust lifestyle and moved into a stationary home – here’s why. 5Kelly Beasley and Marshall Wendler often boondock with friendsCredit: Kelly Beasley and Marshall Wendler 5Kelly Beasley posing for a selfie in front of her RV setupCredit: Kelly Beasley and Marshall Wendler WHY THEY WENT MOBILE Beasley decided to take the jump into being a nomad after she got out of a 12-year relationship.  “I had wanderlust for while, you know, always wanted to travel.  “Definitely loved the idea of camping and boondocking and doing it for free because that’s just so exciting for me: just living partly for free,” she told The Sun.  Boondocking, as she gushed about, allows people to live on public land available through the U.S. Bureau of Land Management for free. Read more in lifestyleLOVE ON THE ROAD I asked a stranger from TikTok to marry me – we now travel in an ambulanceWASH YOUR FACE I’m a beauty expert...
    SHE found herself hitting headlines around the world thanks to the very unusual name she chose for her son. And while baby Midnight Maverick will certainly stand out on the register, the name isn't the most bizarre moniker Jasmine Chiswell and her husband considered for their tot. 3Jasmine Chiswell caused a stir once again as she revealed the name she almost called her sonCredit: tiktok @jasminechiswell 3The tot's full name is Midnight Maverick McNiellyCredit: TikTok / @jasminchiswell In a new video on her TikTok page, Marilyn Monroe lookalike Jasmine revealed "some of the names we were thinking of naming our baby but we didn't". "I know I'm going to get so much hate for these names but I'm just going to tell you guys anyway," she laughed. First up, Viper. The pair also considered naming their son Wilder, while Copper was another moniker they liked. And Jasmine and her spouse would have been ahead of the trend if they'd chosen the last name for their son - as she explained they also like the...
    The threat of Covid-19 has led people to do some crazy things, but along with the idea of injecting bleach into your body, one of the maddest things I’ve seen is people self-medicating with a drug normally used to treat parasites in horses, chickens and cattle. Sales of ivermectin — a drug also used topically in humans against headlice (i.e. you rub it into your scalp, you don’t drink it) — have soared in the U.S. and Australia, thanks to a widespread rumour that it’s a safe and effective treatment for Covid. These rumours were fuelled by a study from Egypt which claimed deaths of Covid patients in hospital dropped by 90 per cent when ivermectin was used. The study has since been retracted owing to ‘ethical concerns’, but that hasn’t stopped the frenzy. In a desperate situation, with people dying in hospital from Covid, it’s reasonable enough to see if drugs such as ivermectin, or hydroxychloroquine (an anti-malaria drug also widely touted as a Covid treatment) might help Viagra started as a treatment for angina, but then...
    Laia Palau came out the last of the field, After embracing one by one all the members of the technical and medical team of the team and all her teammates, the great captain took a few moments to breathe in front of the question that everyone I wanted to ask him: is Laia Palau’s goodbye to the national team? “I know what is going to happen and we all know it, but I do not want to talk about this today. Announce what I have to announce at another time because today my head is going to explode with emotions,” pointed out the player who accumulates 315 matches behind his back. “I think today is a day to be with my people, with the team and my teammates and we are going to go through this regardless of whether I continue or not and have to spend it together. In defeat and in victory we become a team and that is how we build and this team has to continue to be built. “ Laia preferred to focus her appearance...
    07/31/2021 at 9:20 PM CEST . Dutch Max verstappen (Red Bull), leader of the Formula One World Championship, which this Sunday will start third in the Hungarian Grand Prix, the eleventh of the championship, said at the Hungaroring that this position “not the one” they wanted, but they are “up there” and that they will try to “get the most out of it” in the race. “Throughout the weekend we have been a little behind and in qualifying it was the same “, explained the young Dutch star, 23, who leads the World Cup with 185 points; eight more than the sevenfold British champion Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), who will start first this Sunday in Hungary. “I went a bit backwards on my lap in Q3 (third qualifying round) compared to Q2 and I just didn’t have the same grip, for some reason, “said Verstappen, a fifteen-time Formula One winner, five of them this year. “I don’t know if the lack of grip was related to the track or the tires, but the balance was somewhat out...
    (CNN)Not everyone wants to cook mung bean popsicles. Judy Leung, one of the people behind recipe website The Woks of Life, understands that. So when she shared her recipe online, she opened her blog post by taking the reader back to Shanghai, where she grew up. There, she wrote, popsicle peddlers would ride through the city on bicycles, wooden boxes strapped to the backseats, selling the treat."When the neighborhood kids heard the peddlers' distinguished hollers, they would charge out with pennies in hand, hoping to get the popsicle with the most beans," the post, which also features illustrated step-by-step cooking instructions, reads. "Everyone knew they were the best part." For Leung -- and many other cooks who make a living as food bloggers -- telling the story behind certain dishes is part of the recipe itself. But over the weekend, a proposed website -- called Recipeasly -- raised concerns among the community of food bloggers. It said it would provide recipes sans information beyond an ingredient list and cooking steps.The Woks of Life's mung bean popsicles, which matriarch Judy Leung...
    The new Brexit deal has fallen short on finanical services — a major part of the UK economy — the Prime Minister has admitted, but nevertheless the UK has an opportunity now to go its own way and make the most of freedom post-Brexit, Boris Johnson claimed in an interview. The UK Prime Minister expressed his thoughts on the new Brexit deal — apparently part of a post-agreement media blitz from Boris Johnson — in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph a, whose weekday stablemate Johnson worked for over amny years as a European Union correspondent and a columnist. While Johnson generally talked up the deal in the interview, one line which was widely reported by other outlets Sunday was his comments on the deal’s section on services. The UK transitioned from a predominantly manafacturing-based economy to a services-based one in the late 20th century, and services account for roughly 80% of British exports. Finanical services are of particular importance to the UK economy, but Mr Johnson said that “perhaps [the deal] does not go as far as we would like”...
    Saariselka, Finland. Reuters Skiing is a relatively low-risk pandemic activity, as it's outdoors, already involves face coverings, and skis can be a natural social-distancing tool.  Consider what you most love about the trip and whether there are alternatives. Keep a close eye on transmission rates in the origin and destination communities, and keep in mind how you might impact the ski town you're visiting.  Planning any trip right now requires flexible mindsets and reservations, as well as good communication among travelers about what makes them feel safe.  Have a coronavirus quandary for Anna? Submit it anonymously here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dear Anna, My college friends meet up for a ski trip every February. There are six of us, spread across three cities, and differing opinions around how safe the trip will be, how fun it could be if we do it safely (no apres-ski bar deals or hot-tubbing with cute strangers), and whether we should do it at all.  On the one hand, we are all desperate for fresh mountain air and the company...
    President-elect Joe Biden named former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen for secretary of the Department of the Treasury during a Nov. 30 announcement of his economic team.
    US coronavirus: More than 100,000 new Covid-19 infections reported, the most cases in a single day since pandemics start Restaurants and bars owned by celebrities Election results updates: Biden is poised to win but it isnt over yet. What we know We're two days past Election Day and USA TODAY'S coverage of the 2020 election continues as states work to finish counting the ballots. Biden says hes confident in victory, speaks to unity as votes continue to be counted Detroit Free Press See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Experts talk about the latest on the presidential election results ABC News Images from Kings Cross as London enters new lockdown AFP Londoners enjoy last night out before new lockdown Reuters Biden adviser says Congress must support the Fed with fiscal stimulus CNBC Police clash with protesters in New York after earlier demonstrations demanding a full count of all U.S. election ballots Reuters Trump will flat out fail in his legal battles...
    Screenshot via CBS. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany brought a giant book to President Donald Trump’s interview with 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl, and told Stahl that it contained the president’s health care plan. Twitter users mocked the book by suggesting it was full of blank pages. The pages weren’t actually blank, but neither did they contain a health care plan. pic.twitter.com/PunAMIQmQc — V.C. Privitera (@axxon_n) October 26, 2020 Trump’s 60 Minutes’ interview had a number of contentious and eyebrow-raising moments — including Trump storming out of the interview early and then posting the video online himself — and McEnany attempted to salvage Trump’s message by delivering a giant book to Stahl that she claimed contained the elusive health care plan that the president has been repeatedly promising throughout his first term but has yet to unveil. In the 60 Minutes episode that aired Sunday evening, video shows what happened. Stahl is seen looking over her shoulder as a visibly annoyed Trump walks out of the room. “I’ve got a lot of questions I didn’t ask,” she says to...
    Democratic nominee Joe Biden, during the first presidential debate on Tuesday, dismissed Antifa as “an idea” when asked to condemn left-wing violent extremism – but that claim is highly disputed by Republicans and some who have covered them up-close. “Antifa’s an idea, not an organization,” Biden said during the debate in Ohio. “That’s what [Trump's] FBI director said.” Biden appeared to be referencing testimony by FBI Director Christopher Wray earlier this month during which he said Antifa was a “real thing” and that the FBI had undertaken “any number of properly predicated investigations into what we would describe as violent anarchist extremists,” including into individuals who identify with Antifa. “We look at Antifa as more of an ideology or a movement than an organization," Wray had said. "To be clear we do have quite a number of properly predicated domestic terrorism investigations into violent anarchist extremists, any number of whom self-identify with the Antifa movement.” He also said the individuals who identify with the Antifa movement were "coalescing regionally into what you might describe as small groups or nodes" that are under investigation.” BIDEN CLASHES...
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