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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...
    A STRICTLY-loving couple have been banned from doing the tango in their home because it makes too much noise. Lucian Curpan, 43, and fiancée Georgina Warrenberg, 53, loved to practise their fancy footwork on the wooden floors of their Victorian terrace. 3Lucian Curpan and fiancée Georgina Warrenberg have been banned from dancing at homeCredit: Glen Minikin 3The Strictly fans were taken to court after neighbours complained about the noiseCredit: Glen Minikin But their neighbours were less enthusiastic and complained to the council about the noise. It meant the pair, avid fans of the BBC dance show, had to appear before magistrates — who fined them both and demanded the seizure of their £30 Bluetooth speaker. Devastated Georgina, 53, said: “We love to dance the tango and flamenco. “It’s our passion and our release. It’s who we are. “But the neighbour took a dislike to the noise of tapping on the floor and the music and began complaining to the council. “They suggested mediation but she refused. Instead, she just kept complaining about the noise we were making. “We...
    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...
    (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...
    HAVING kids often means that parents have little time left for themselves. However, one couple, who have SEVEN kids, reveal they ensure that sex is a priority, and say they sometimes have it three times a day. 2Parents-of-seven Ariel and Michael Tyson said they often get asked about their love lifeCredit: TIKTOK/@arielctyson TikTok users Ariel and Michael Tyson, who post under @arielctyson, uploaded a light-hearted video responding to people asking about their love life. They said that they often get asked “as the parents of 7 kids 10 and under, how do you find time for intimacy?” The parents replied with a tongue-in-cheek statement, saying: “The same way we find time to brush our teeth, eat lunch and shower… “It’s a priority, morning, noon and night.” In the comments they explained that it’s not always that frequent but once the kids are in bed they always make time for each other. Many people were quick to comment, with one joking: “How do people think all those kids got here?” Another added: “They have 7 kids so obviously they are good...
    THEY might be two of the most famous people on the planet - but underneath it all, Prince William and Kate Middleton are just like any other ordinary couple. And like any husband and wife who have together for almost 20 years, they both apparently have habits that drives the other one up all the wall. 1NINTCHDBPICT000703221943Credit: Getty In 2018, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting an RAF base in Cyprus when Prince William spotted a yellow sofa in the staff's common room. Speaking from experience, he joked to the team: "Keep the pizza off the sofas!" Not letting him get away with the cheeky comment, Kate then exposed her husband for doing the exact same thing at home. She added: "You're a nightmare with that!" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED And when he's not digging into a pizza while kicking back on the sofa, Prince William previously revealed that him and Kate love a curry every now and then too. Appearing on Peter Crouch's podcast, the Duke said his favourite...
    A MUM-OF-FIVE, including quad two-year-olds, explained that Christmas outings are stressful and chaotic, but they do them anyway - despite the children being too young to remember. Dayna Childress, took her five children to see Santa at a grotto but confessed to finding the outing tough as the children outnumbered the adults. 4Dayna Childress explained that it is stressful taking her five children out for day tripsCredit: helloquadruplets/Instagram 4The mum of quads dressed her little ones up in matching festive outfitsCredit: helloquadruplets/Instagram She explained that the children didn't want to queue for hot chocolate and fussed on the drive over. Taking to Instagram she said: "Quickly learning doing anything outnumbered by toddlers in their #terribletwos stage will be hard. "Though these outings can be really stressful on [myhusband] and I, there’s always more smiles than stress in the long run. "It’s worth the memories. I don’t even care if they won’t remember all these events and trips we take them on, I have pictures and videos to show them. "Mama & Daddy will be their memory keepers, we’ll...
    On the weekend of July 31, 2021, the ASPCA assisted the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office and Police Department in the raid of a large-scale dogfighting operation spanning Long Island, New York City, and several other states. The collaboration resulted in the arrest of 10 people and the seizure of 89 dogs, who were found outdoors and in basements, garages, and sheds—some without food and water. Several animals exhibited extremely fearful behavior, and many had medical conditions consistent with dogfighting, including scarring and broken teeth. This investigation, which started in 2019, uncovered a range of dogfighting paraphernalia, including “rape stands” used to immobilize female dogs during breeding; electric cords used to kill underperforming dogs; “break sticks,” which break fighting dogs apart by their mouths; and equipment and drugs used to improve fighting dogs’ endurance, tenacity, and strength. Most of the dogs were relocated to an ASPCA emergency shelter, where they are receiving veterinary forensic exams, behavior evaluations, medical care, and behavioral treatment and enrichment from our experts. We also supported the case with operational planning, expert handling, evidence collection, and legal assistance, including expert subject matter consultation....
    Samantha Lee/Insider Sex isn't just about orgasms. Focusing on general pleasure could make it less high-stakes and more fun. Explore what brings you pleasure and encourage your husband to do the same. If you share these findings in a non-judgmental way, it could transform your sex life. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I think my husband has a low sex drive. He only wants to have sex once a week at most and sometimes we go two, three, or four weeks without sex because he isn't interested. I only ever have sex when he is in the mood, never when I have an interest or need. I've explained to him I have a higher sex drive and I would like to have sex more frequently, but those conversations haven't led to any changes. When I say I'm in the mood for sex, my husband immediately changes the subject or walks off, claiming that...
    Beth Moore: Popular evangelical Christian and Bible teacher says shes no longer a Southern Baptist 10 things you might not know are in Bidens COVID-19 relief bill THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, My father and mother divorced about 40 years ago. My father moved out and purchased a home that is now worth approximately $900,000. The divorce agreement, signed by both parties, called for my father in his will to leave his home to my sister and I. Fast forward to today, my father (an attorney) has been married to his third wife for almost 30 years. She and her 2 daughters moved into his home soon after they were married. My father is now 85 and has late-stage cancer. He informed me that he has placed his home in an irrevocable trust, with his third wife named as trustee. His third wife will also receive all of his assets, valued at around $1.5 million, as well as 60% of his annual government pension payments for the remainder of her life. Believe it or not, this pension...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” White House Chief Medical Adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci acknowledged that private and parochial schools have opened and transmission rates in schools that are open have been low, but “there are still things we can do to make it even safer.” And urged following the CDC guidelines on school re-openings. Fauci stated that the default should be “do whatever we can to get the children back to school.” Co-host Willie Geist then asked, “No question about it. And as you know well, there are private schools and parochial schools and daycares open across the country, and I think — especially here in New York City and big cities, we’ve been surprised at how low the transmission rates have been. Schools have been among our safest places. But you’ve got people like the head of pediatric medicine at UCLA writing an op-ed saying it is time to open the schools now. If we’re saying follow the science, we are following the science. We’ve looked at the data for the last year, that schools are safe. So,...
    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.
    With Republicans slowly starting to come to terms with President Trump’s defeat this year, there’s been talk about how “history will judge” his administration. Sometimes that refrain is used to reassure that there will be an accounting for the awful things that have happened on his watch, while others are using it to argue that we should just let the past be the past and move forward; let’s forget about investigations, truth commissions, or prosecutions and leave the judgements to subsequent generations of historians. All of those invocations of history are implicitly celebrating a return to “normalcy” under a President Biden. But historians know better. We know that history is not some abstract collection of truths, but is subject to the deliberate manipulations of people aided by the vagaries of time. If history is going to judge Donald Trump, we’re going to have to do a lot of work in the present, despite some recent claims to the contrary. History itself isn’t an actor; people determine how things are remembered, and historians can only render a reliable judgement if we...
    Julie Tumamait-Stenslie scoffs when she hears defenders of the Father Junipero Serra statue in Ventura say it honors the city’s founder. She is tribal chair of the Barbareño/Ventureño Band of Mission Indians (Chumash), whose ancestors lived for generations on the Channel Islands off the Santa Barbara-Ventura coast. “There were cities on this land for thousands and thousands of years with social, political and religious customs,” Tumamait-Stenslie says. “Today you drive on our pathways, our trading networks. We’ve been in Ventura for thousands of years.” And when Serra defenders say the 18th century Franciscan friar, who founded the California mission system during Spanish rule, protected and cared for Indigenous people, she replies: “He did that because we were the free work force, the slave labor for the missions. Of course he was going to protect us. What else would he do? Go out and actually pay somebody to do the work? He had free slave labor.” Native Americans who tried to escape the missions were tracked down and often beaten. Many died of disease spread by the European invaders. “Ninety percent...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Bar owners are looking for ways to keep their businesses open as they are forced to close their doors for the second time this year. Bartenders at B-Side in Midtown stopped pouring drinks Monday at 4 p.m., two hours before the county’s new order took effect. “I understand it, I don’t like it, but we have to do it. The safety of my employees and the safety of my patrons is way more important than money,” said Owner Jason Boggs. Bars are being ordered to close again ahead of the Fourth of July weekend in Sacramento County as coronavirus cases continue to rise. The Sacramento County Department of Public Health amended their order on Monday and took bars off the list of allowable activities. Seven counties were ordered to roll back their reopening plans and close bars, while eight other counties – including Sacramento – were recommended to do the same. Boggs said his business is still trying to recover from the past three months of closures. “It was devastating, we couldn’t pay rent.,” he said. “We all are...
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