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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...
    For thousands of years garlic has been considered one of nature’s health foods. More recently, studies have shown that it does actually have an impact, improving blood pressure, cholesterol levels and immunity. Garlic’s health benefits derive from the many natural compounds it contains, particularly allicin (also responsible for its pungent smell). A 2018 review of studies by the University of Nottingham said that these benefits are ‘rooted in the sulphur compounds the plant absorbs from the soil which break down into around 50 different sulphur-containing compounds during food preparation and digestion’, which are ‘biologically active’ inside our cells. Specifically these compounds seem to boost the body’s production of gaseous ‘signalling’ molecules, key to cell communication. Low levels of these molecules are associated with serious conditions including heart disease. Indeed, a review of trials in the journal Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine in 2020 found that patients with high blood pressure given 600-900 mg garlic supplements for three months experienced a drop in their blood pressure that was similar to the effect of medication known as ACE inhibitors. It’s thought that allicin...
    KING Charles has a vacancy for a very important job - but applicants need a specific skill. The King is hiring a pilot to fly him and other senior royals around in a helicopter. 2The King is hiring a pilot to fly him and other senior royals around in a helicopterCredit: Getty 2The successful applicant will take control of two Sikorsky S76 C++ choppers as a pilot and plan trips for The FirmCredit: Triangle News The successful applicant will take control of two Sikorsky S76 C++ choppers as a pilot and plan trips for The Firm. The US-made helicopters can soar to a whopping 15,000 feet - half the height of a passenger plane - and travel at 170mph. It can carry up to 12 passengers at full capacity as well as two pilots in the cockpit. The permanent role - which will involve both pilot and co-piloting roles - offers a “competitive” salary with “benefits” being offered. READ MORE ROYAL STORIESMEG-A AGENDA Royal staff felt 'played' by Meghan as she had 'agenda to quit Royal Family'KNOW WHAT I MEAN...
    DEAR ABBY: I’ve read your column for years, frequently taking advice you provide to others and applying it to my circumstances. I have developed a mutual bond with a woman who is 30 — 28 years younger than myself. She’s a waitress at a diner I frequent. I’ve seen her children grow over the past six or seven years. We have had many meaningful conversations and shared our highs and lows. She’s naturally friendly. Three or four years ago, she began sharing casual side hugs when I arrived. I never ask for them. Over the last year, these hugs have become more intimate — not in a sexual way, just a deeper bond of friendship. We occasionally IM when she’s off work, but I don’t see her socially. Lately she has been teasing that she’ll be my next ex. I reciprocate the flirting and teasing. I believe there is a mutual attraction. If not for the age difference, which I’m OK with, or the fear of causing issues with our friendship, I’d ask her out. Related Articles Advice...
    A MUM-TO-BE has divided the internet after revealing the name she's decided to give her baby girl - with some even comparing it to "slime." The anonymous woman took to Reddit and explained that she's always been a big fan of the name Gloriana even since before falling pregnant, and is now planning on giving it to her daughter. 1An anonymous mum-to-be has divided the internet after revealing the name she's decided to give her baby girl. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty However, she admitted to recently having doubts due to the negative reactions she's received from loved ones. In the post, she penned: "Baby girl due this Christmas, everyone hates my favourite name idea. READ MORE ON BABY NAMESTOT TIMETRAVEL I'm a baby naming guru & these 39 baby names from 1880 are making a comebackParental pick I'm a baby name guru - what I'd NEVER name my kids as no one can spell it "I really like the name Gloriana for our little girl. It's pronounced the way you'd say Ariana." She went on to say she thinks "Glory"...
    Parents have shared their radical ideas for halting climate change in a far-reaching online thread.  The anonymous British woman took to parenting forum Mumsnet to ask: 'If you ruled unilaterally, what would you do to make things (anything) more climate friendly?' Responses ranged from dramatic rules on food - including making all meat, fish and dairy products 'illegal' - to limiting the size of families to 'one biological child per person'.  Although it was just a thought experiment, some users became heated and said it sounded like a 'controlling communist nightmare'.   An anonymous British mother sparked a furious debate after asking what changes others would make to help slow climate change - with some suggesting they would ban meat, while others said they would limit family size (stock image)  The anonymous British woman took to the parenting forum Mumsnet to ask: 'If you ruled unilaterally, what would you do to make things (anything) more climate friendly?'  Taking to the site, the mother listed a series of things she would change to slow down the effects of global warming.  She wrote: 'I would, set...
    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...
    AFTER a horrifying shock, one woman was glad (and embarrassed) to know the thing that scared her was an optical illusion. Can you spot the scary image lurking in her garbage can? 3Can you see the frightening image hidden in this photo?Credit: TikTok Sammi Jorgensen was starting her day and doing chores when she saw something startling outside. Her traumatized reaction went viral when the video she captured and posted to TikTok received over 758k views. "So, I just had a straight-up panic attack," Jorgensen said by way of introduction. Standing inside her home, she pointed the camera outside and explained what happened. "I was watching the dogs and I saw something looking at me in the trash can," she said. READ MORE ABOUT ILLUSIONSDISAPPEARING ACT Optical illusion makes objects INVISIBLE – but only 1% can make all vanishHEAR ME OUT What word do YOU hear in this TikTok audio illusion? Expert explains meaning "You see it?" Jorgensen asked. "It looks like a freakin' dead cat." Zooming in showed exactly what Jorgensen saw: a pointy set of ears, a stripey...
    (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...
    Gun-control advocates in the United States are experiencing quite a bit of Canada envy, after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this week that he will be banning import, sales, and transfers of handguns. He also announced legislation to require citizens to turn over their “military-style assault weapons” in a mandatory buy-back program. As of now, there is no legal definition of “military-style assault weapon,” so Canadians with guns will presumably be alerted when they become criminals on a TBD basis. This is in addition to the banning of 1,500 rifle models in the wake of a 2020 mass shooting in Nova Scotia, were 22 people were killed. It’s part of an “ever-expanding” list of prohibited models maintained by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The proposed legislation also includes tighter red-flag restrictions, provisions for confiscation and disabling of banned guns, and a blanket restriction of magazines to only five rounds. Why can’t we enact Canada’s wish list of restrictions in the U.S.?—our gun control activists wonder. Well, it’s not the gun lobby. The National Rifle Association (NRA) has been seriously...
    SUSTAINABILITY has become one of the major business goals for many brands, but one jewelry company has decided to step it up a notch and only work with like-minded suppliers, as well as using recycled silver and gold. Wonther launched just months before the Covid-19 pandemic hit and has still managed to continue growing at a very rapid pace. 3Olga Kassian graduated with an engineering degree but she now makes sustainable jewelryCredit: Olga Kassian 3Her line is gender-neutral and anybody can wear itCredit: Olga Kassian Olga Kassian graduated as an engineer from the University of Aveiro in Portugal after escaping Ukraine, while it was still part of the Soviet Union, when she was just a child. "I was always taught that whatever I wanted to achieve, it had to be by myself because business wasn't for everyone – you had to have money, connections, and all those things that an immigrant's daughter usually doesn't have," she told The US Sun in an exclusive interview. "So I grew up very focused on studying science. I have an engineering degree. However, there...
    A baffling new 24-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, with topics ranging from history, science to pop culture. Creators claim only those 'obsessed' with trivia are able to achieve a full score due to the extensive range of tricky questions.   So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new 24-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test (stock image)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Couple transforms $55,000 two-story RV into luxury family... Strike a pose! The true story of how Voguing was introduced... Taste of the sweet life! Pret, Costa and Starbucks announce... Savvy shopper, 27, reveals how she's saved a whopping... Share this article Share 1. Proxima Centaurus Alpha Centauri Polaris The Sun  2. 75 55 35 25  3. The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas...
    Congressional Democrats are united in their fury that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas ruled on cases concerning the effort to overturn the 2020 election even though his wife, Ginni, was an enthusiastic player in that effort. But Democrats can’t agree on what they can really do about it—if they can do anything at all. That’s not to say different lawmakers haven’t workshopped a wide array of ideas since the bombshell dropped that Ginni Thomas texted President Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, dozens of times after the 2020 election urging him to keep Trump in power. In January, Thomas was the lone dissenter in a ruling requiring the release of White House records to the Jan. 6 investigation in Congress. In the last week, many Democrats in the House and Senate have used their bully pulpits to call for Thomas to recuse himself from cases related to the 2020 election or the Jan. 6 insurrection. They’ve also appealed to Chief Justice John Roberts to preserve the integrity of the court by instituting clearer ethical guidelines, which the Supreme Court currently...
    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday defended the Biden administration amid an onslaught of Republican accusations that the president's policies led to record-high energy prices.  United States gas prices reached a record-high nationwide average of $4.25 per gallon on Wednesday, rising eight cents the day after President Joe Biden announced a ban on Russian energy imports.  Global oil and gas prices have skyrocketed since Vladimir Putin gave Moscow's forces the order to invade Ukraine on February 24.   During remarks at the White House on Tuesday, Biden commiserated with US drivers as he announced his Russian energy blockade. He admitted prices would rise further and vowed 'to do everything I can to minimize Putin’s price hike here at home.' But Republican lawmakers claim it's the president's clean energy policies that are to blame for cutting US fossil fuel production. 'Yes, oil is an international market, but the main reason Americans are paying so much is bad domestic policies. These aren’t Putin’s price hikes. They’re President Biden’s,' House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy said in a press conference on Wednesday.' Psaki...
    MUMS have been showing off what they do for their kids on Valentine’s Day, and some pull out all the stops. From colourful decorations to heart-shaped food and presents, parents have been revealing their very thoughtful traditions. 3Mums have been sharing what they will do for their kids on Valentine's DayCredit: FAMILY LOWDOWN TIPS & IDEAS/ facebook 3Many parents are doing heart-shaped food and decorationsCredit: FAMILY LOWDOWN TIPS & IDEAS/ facebook A mum took to Facebook and started a debate after saying: “What lovely things have you done for your children on Valentine’s day?” And while some families put aside a lot of time and effort into pulling off a magical day for their kids, other people said they didn’t see why the day should include kids. One mum showed how she covers the lounge in heart-shaped balloons and petals and puts on a themed feast. She said: “I always put out a few balloons and decorations for my little girl, make a special afternoon tea and get a little gift like a teddy. “I’m a single mum and so...
    Photo via Tampa Bay BucsIt wasn’t always pretty, but the Bucs left Philadelphia 5-1 following a 28-22 victory over the Eagles Thursday night. TB12 played fine, throwing a pair of TD’s and an interception. He also had an egregious and inexplicable error in the fourth quarter when the Bucs went for it on fourth and two, overthrowing Antonio Brown on a deep route instead of simply checking it down to scat back Gio Bernard for an easy conversion that would’ve milked the clock.  The Eagles, of course, then took it down the field and made it a one possession game and converted the two-point conversion.  But, Brady got a little help from his friends, the referees, as they called another one of those silly taunting calls on Eagles linebacker Genard Avery, costing Philly 15 yards and a first down on the Bucs’ game-ending drive in the fourth quarter.  The Bucs’ defense played very well, doing a great job of containing quarterback Jalen Hurts and making him uncomfortable. They only had a pair of sacks and 7 quarterback hits, but they...
    It is one of Covid’s most distinctive and curious symptoms: the loss of the sense of smell, which blights more than half of sufferers.  Among the many things the virus attacks are the receptor cells in the nose, affecting their ability to function properly.  While most people recover in a few weeks, for roughly one in ten the problem, called anosmia, lingers for a month or more. It makes life pretty miserable. The sense of smell is intrinsically link to taste, which means sufferers commonly find food and drink become, quite literally, flavourless. Now scientists have stumbled on a potential treatment for reawakening the senses: Vitamin A. While most people recover in a few weeks, for roughly one in ten the problem, called anosmia, lingers for a month or more The compound, found naturally in cheese, eggs and oily fish, is being added to nasal drops, which will be given to volunteers suffering from Covid-related anosmia, as part of a medical trial. While it may be some months before results are seen, there are several other remedies that experts say...
    Friday begins another day of dissary for Democrats with frustration boiling over after officials were unable to come to a deal on President Joe Biden's multitrillion dollar spending plans, causing the House to abandon a planned vote on an infrustracture deal and leaving moderates and liberals seething as the party's civil war escalated.    Progressive Senator Bernie Sanders ranted about the situation after exiting Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's office, where negotiations were taking place behind closed doors.  'It is an absurd way to do business, to be negotiating a multi trillion dollar bill a few minutes before a major vote with virtually nobody knowing what's going on. That's unacceptable,' he said.  Asked if he would sign on to a deal, he responded: 'What deal, what deal? We do not what the deal is.'   The key players - Democratic leadership, White House aides, moderates and liberals - huddled in the basement of the Capitol building late into Thursday night before throwing in the towel shortly before 11 pm, calling off the House's vote on Biden's infrastructure plan and vowing to continue the talks...
    Piers Morgan laid into President Joe Biden in a Wednesday column, arguing that mixed messages from the White House were creating an untenable crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Morgan responded, as many did, to the viral image of an American Border Patrol agent on horseback attempting to drive back Haitian migrants on foot — but he argued that there was more to that image than met the eye. (RELATED: ‘He Knows What He’s Done’: Piers Morgan Accuses Biden Of ‘Shocking Moral Cowardice’ In Afghanistan) “The sight of US border agent horsemen charging into desperate Haitian migrants shames America – but how dare President Biden pass the buck for this chaos when it’s HIS shocking ‘Get out but come in!’ mixed messaging that’s causing it?” Morgan wrote. *NEW COLUMN* The sight of US border agent horsemen charging into desperate Haitian migrants shames America – but how dare President Biden pass the buck for this chaos when it’s HIS shocking ‘Get out but come in!’ mixed messaging that’s causing it?https://t.co/28vcbZPz0o pic.twitter.com/X7KPtRfqd7 — Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) September 22, 2021 In the column,...
    Donald Trump called on Republicans to get rid of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell – and revealed he has made up his mind about whether to run for the White house in 2024. Speaking with Sean Hannity at a Fox News town hall in Edinburg, Texas – near the U.S.-Mexico border – on Wednesday, the former president said, 'Well we need better leadership in the Senate level. You need better leadership. We need someone better than Mitch McConnell. Mitch McConnell could no longer do the job.' Trump appeared on the Hannity-hosted town hall after going on a tour of the unfinished border wall with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. Much of his discussion with Hannity revolved around border security and how his plans are changing under President Joe Biden. Trump blamed Biden and what he called liberal RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) for the recent surge in border crossings. Hannity pointed out how Democrats want to grant amnesty to undocumented immigrants, but claimed that some Republicans want illegal immigration for cheap labor. Donald Trump recently slammed Senate Minority Leader Mitch...
    Bill Clinton has revealed that when he left office he had 'more nightmares on what could happen' to his country but said it's 'foolish wishing you can do something you can't do anymore.'   Ross King interviewed the former US President on ITV's Lorraine today and spoke about life after the White House and his latest novel The President's Daughter with best-selling author James Patterson.    'After I left office, when I had more free time, I had more nightmares thinking about what else could go wrong with our country,' explained Bill Clinton. 'I occasionally have them now but not so much as before.' 'By and large, I've been really happy. I think it's a foolish thing to spend a day wishing you could do something you can't do any more. I made a promise to myself when I was president, I wouldn't do that. It's been an eventual 20 years since I left office, I've been very fortunate because under President Bush and President Obama, I've been given a lot of chances to help. He continued: 'I'm happy for President Biden because...
    A MUM has come under fire for sending her four-year-old daughter to school with a packed lunch that contained a boiled egg.   The Australian mum shared a photo of the youngster’s lunch on Facebook, and people slammed her for being “reckless” due to the allergy risk for other kids. 1A mum came under fire for posting this photo of her four-year-old daughter's school lunchCredit: Facebook Instead of receiving friendly comments after sharing the youngster's lunch, the mum was met with critical comments.  One mum wrote: “My daughter is allergic to eggs, it's the most common allergy according to our allergist, more common than nuts.” Another said: “One of my daughter's friends from kindy was allergic to so much that even if someone touched a nut or egg and touched her she would come out in welts.” While many people claimed the mum was “irresponsible” for packing the egg, she defended the lunch choice.  What the NHS recommends schoolkids have for lunch The NHS gives a number of suggestions and guidelines on their Change4Life website: Base the lunchbox on foods like bread,...
    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.
    House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerry Nadler has called Donald Trump's pardon of Michael Flynn 'undeserved' and 'unprincipled'.  'The President's enablers have constructed an elaborate narrative in which Trump and Flynn are victims and the Constitution is subject to the whims of the president,' Nadler said in a statement.  He added: 'Americans soundly rejected this nonsense when they voted out President Trump. This pardon is undeserved, unprincipled, and one more stain on President Trump's rapidly diminishing legacy.'  But Republican John Kasich - who backed Joe Biden in the election - told CNN: 'Let's move on, it's what presidents do.'  Trump on Wednesday pardoned Former National Security Advisor Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his calls with the Russian ambassador, only to later seek to withdraw the plea.  'It is my Great Honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a Full Pardon. Congratulations to @GenFlynn and his wonderful family, I know you will now have a truly fantastic Thanksgiving!' Trump wrote on Twitter. 'Have a great life General Flynn!'  House Judiciary Committee Chair...
    White House coronavirus response team member Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged that Americans have “an independent spirit” but that it is now time for them to do what they are told. “I was talking with my U.K. colleagues who are saying the U.K. is similar to where we are now, because each of our countries have that independent spirit,” Fauci said on stage during a discussion with other health experts at Washington National Cathedral. “I can understand that, but now is the time to do what you’re told.” Many conservatives on Twitter were quick to condemn Fauci over the remark, including Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, a staunch Fauci critic in the past. “Dr. Fauci: ‘Do what you’re told,’" Jordan tweeted. “Americans: ‘We can decide for ourselves.’” Dr. Fauci: “Do what you’re told.”Americans:“We can decide for ourselves.”https://t.co/JOSgdh8Ojr— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) November 13, 2020 “BULLETIN FROM DR. ANTHONY FAUCI,” former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson tweeted. “YOU DO WHAT YOU'RE TOLD. ALL OF YOU. LOOK AT ME. ARE THESE THE EYES OF A GUY WHO'S PLAYING? REMEMBER THE OLD DAYS,...
    South Korea offered a glimpse of a science-fiction future on Wednesday with a demonstration flight of a two-seat drone taxi in Seoul, as the government outlined ambitious plans to commercialise urban air travel by 2025. At an event held next to the Han River near Yeouido, a finance and banking district in the heart of Seoul, a two-seat drone produced by Chinese manufacturer EHang buzzed quietly overhead for about seven minutes at an altitude of over 150 feet. The eVTOL - electric Vertical Takeoff and Landing Vehicle - which carries a payload of 485 pounds and can reach speeds up to 80 mph, was loaded with heavy sacks of rice instead of passengers for the flight. South Korea offered a glimpse of a science-fiction future on Wednesday with a demonstration flight of a two-seat drone taxi in Seoul The South Korean government outlined ambitious plans to commercialise urban air travel by 2025 Pictured, a two-seat drone produced by Chinese manufacturer EHang buzzed quietly overhead next to the Han River near Yeouido, Seoul RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next...
    Saturday Night Live PAID audience members $150 to attend the premiere Trump administration tightens H-1B visa restrictions for foreign workers Eddie Alvarez: Shouldnt have to prove myself, but Ill do what it takes for ONE title shot Eddie Alvarez isn’t sure when or where he’ll return to the ONE Championship cage, but he knows what he wants: a title shot. © Provided by MMAJunkie Alvarez, the former UFC and Bellator lightweight champion, would love nothing more than to add a third major championship to his resume, but the indication from the promotion, according to Alvarez, is that might have to wait for his shot once he’s back in action. “They said one or two fights,” Alvarez recently told MMA Junkie Radio. “I don’t even know what that means.” Moreover, Alvarez (30-7) doesn’t necessarily understand why he’d be in a position to have to prove himself given what he’s accomplished throughout his decorated career. “I’ll do what it takes. I want world championships, and I want titles. I’ve always been patient. But I don’t know,” Alvarez said. “I want bigger...
    Eva Amurri Opens Up About Coparenting With Kyle Martino: We ‘Aren’t Perfect What is a profit-sharing plan? Tom Brady has a clear eye on what hell do post-retirement, but what is it? © Provided by Touchdown Wire   © Provided by Touchdown Wire (Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports) Tom Brady, the ageless wonder, is seemingly going to play quarterback forever in the NFL, but when he’s done he says he has plans. Brady, who turned 43 in August, has stated he thinks he can play at a high-level until at least 45, possibly closer to 50. He’s looked sharp as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ new signal-caller so who knows. Maybe he can play that long. But everyone’s always wondered what he’d pursue once he walks away from the field for good. He’ll have made a gazillion dollars, he and his family are set for life, so what next? Brady revealed what he envisions for his future. I frequently get asked what I’ll do once I’m done playing in 20 years...I’ve thought about architecture, acting or cooking, but having an...
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law on "Online Platforms and Market Power" in the Rayburn House office Building on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on July 29, 2020.Mandel Ngan | AFP | Getty Images Yesterday's Big Tech Congressional hearing featured something that's exceedingly rare in Washington: bipartisan agreement.  Sure, there was the expected grandstanding about hypothetical conservative bias, and weird questions about emails going into spam folders and when HBO Max would be on Amazon Fire TV. But there was also a strikingly consistent belief among the 15 members of the U.S. House of Representatives' Antitrust Subcommittee that Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google have too much power. Both Republican and Democratic Congressmen laid out instances where companies have stifled competition, including Amazon using data from third-party sellers against them and Facebook's internal discussions about how buying startups Instagram and WhatsApp could choke off eventual threats.  So Congress thinks there's a real problem here. But we didn't learn anything about what they plan to do about it. And that's probably because the members...
    Premier League The harsh words of the Catalan coach have surprised Arsenal fans Pep Guardiola Pep Guardiola has surprised Arsenal fans by revealing that does not have “much” respect for the English club’s conduct off the field. Some words that came after the defeat of the Manchester City before the group led by Mikel Arteta last saturday. “Rivals always deserve my respect. I have respect for everything Arsenal is doing on the field, but not much for what they do outside of it.“said the Catalan coach. These words will come motivated because Guardiola considers that the Arsenal was the promoter of a joint letter that was signed by eight Premier League clubs, and sent to the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the beginning of the year, in which any attempt by the City to “delay” his UEFA sanction Must be dismissed. The English team saw the sanction canceled last week, which means that they will be able to compete in the next season. However, Guardiola has gone on the offensive against the “gossippers”, who he considers...
    It’s no exaggeration to say that Republicans bought themselves years of getting away with ignoring and denying climate science by calling former Vice President Al Gore mean names. Beginning in the ’80s, Gore, with his earnestly nerdy persona, had become the face of a growing movement to raise the alarm about the rapidly warming planet and the horrors humanity would face if more wasn’t done to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. To discredit the entire idea of climate change theory, the right focused not on the science, but on discrediting Gore as a messenger. Needless to say, the efforts to demonize Gore — and, by association, climate-change theory — were a veritable dictionary of logical fallacies. One common tactic was to call Gore fat, as if there wer any relationship between Gore’s waistline and the accuracy of climate science. He was also painted as a hyperbolic and opportunistic liar, with conservatives insisting falsely that Gore had claimed he “invented” the internet, with the implication being he was also making up climate change. This notion that Gore was hysterical got lodged into the public imagination, so much so that...
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