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    A LIFESAVER Amazon product is just $25 and will save the day when it comes to losing things in your car. The DropStop, which was featured on Shark Tank, fits between your seat and center console to prevent things from falling. 1Amazon is selling duo for $24.99Credit: Amazon So, you can say goodbye to searching desperately for your phone, keys, and credit card, after they inevitably drop. Amazon has over 50,000 reviews of the product from customers. The device attaches to the seat belt and moves with the seat. The set comes with one Drop Stop for the driver's side, and another for the passenger side. Read More on Shark Tank Deals Show secrets I was on an episode of Shark Tank – 3 things you didn’t know about the show TV TIME I went on Shark Tank & didn't expect the experience – 4 behind-the-scene secrets It also comes with a slide-free pad, which holds items, such as a phone in place. Another perk the set comes with is an LED Credit Card light, which attaches to your card...
    AN ex-Sephora employee has exposed store secrets about how to get free products and what it means if employees keep offering baskets. A former worker at the beauty megastore shared some behind-the-scenes knowledge on TikTok, revealing that it's possible to get a free sample of just about anything you want. 4Ex-Sephora employee Serena went viral for sharing how to get more bang for your buck and why employees offer baskets to customersCredit: TikTok/sereenaoc 4Sephora is trending on TikTok after a former employee exposed beauty hacks and a trick for getting products for freeCredit: Getty A TikTok beauty influencer named Serena, who goes by @sereenaoc on the platform, has gone viral for using her insider knowledge to show how beauty lovers can save money on their favorite brands at Sephora. "Sephora things that you didn't know from an ex-Sephora employee," Serena says at the start of the video. The first hack Serena shares is that customers can get samples of almost any item in the store, within reason. Serena says customers can technically get as many samples as...
    WHEN it comes to hanging art on the wall, many of us don’t know how to get it right. We end up with extra holes in the concrete, slanted frames, and off-center pictures. 3A woman online said she has a trick to easily hang your paintings on the wallCredit: TikTok 3All you need is a piece of tape and a nailCredit: TikTok A woman named Courtney, who goes by @APieceOfMyHaven on TikTok, said she knows a trick to hang paintings evenly without using a measuring tape. “Have you seen this picture hanging hack?” the video began. We see someone unroll blue tape across the back of a frame and place small nails on the spots of the tape where the hooks should go in. The nails were used to make marking holes in the tape. The person then took that same piece of tape and stuck it onto the wall, drilling holes in the spots that were previously marked with the nails. The result was a beautifully hung frame. Most read in LifestyleROYAL REUNION Duchess' night out with Prince Harry...
    I’ve been trying this exercise where I think of one thing for which to be grateful whenever I get annoyed or disillusioned by something. So, for instance, when I see thousands of people dying easily preventable deaths, I consider myself lucky that I was wise enough to get the COVID-19 vaccine and don’t have an intubation tube shoved down my throat. If I don’t like the way my hair looks on a Zoom call, I thank the gods that I don’t have a hot pig-iron mess of a combover like Ol’ Piss-Hued Potemkin Head, Donald Trump. If I’m sitting next to a vocal Trump supporter on an airplane, I’m grateful that I’m not desperately clinging to the wing wearing naught but a pubic beard made of murder hornets. Actually, that’s still better than sitting next to a MAGA devotee for two hours.  Lately, though, it’s been tough to glimpse those silver linings in a world where one U.S. political party—and only one—seems determined to destroy lives, our economy, and our very democracy just to get our goat. Republican voters’ hatred of liberals and what...
    SOCIAL media network Gab has been removed from Twitter after tweeting anti-Semitism means ''anything Jews don't like.'' It comes as the social network tweeted on Wednesday that their platform would not ban anti-Semitic posts. 1It appears Gab's Twitter account has been suspended Credit: Twitter The post reads: '''Anti-semitism' has become 'ban and censor anything Jews don't like,' and well that's not gonna fly on a pro-first amendment, pro-free speech website. Sorry. ''Use the block button, or stay on Twitter. ''No special privileges on Gab for any groups.'' On their homepage, Gab describes itself as "a social network that champions free speech, individual liberty and the free flow of information online". "At Gab, we believe that the future of online publishing is decentralized and open. "We believe that users of social networks should be able to control their social media experience on their own terms, rather than the terms set down by Big Tech," the company explains. Gab ends their introduction by stating, "All are welcome". The social network is known for it's far-right userbase, and is widely described...
    A FIRST-time mum feeds her family for less than a quid - thanks to yellow sticker shopping. Claire Oliver, 37, refuses to pay anything more than £2 for meats when shopping. 6Mum-of-one Claire Oliver, pictured with partner Phil Williams and son Theodore, manages to feed her family for less than £1 per headCredit: Caters The bargain hunter from Flintshire, Wales, can always sniff out a good deal to ensure her meals cost no more than £1. Claire, who is a senior service advisor, said: “Yellow sticker shopping is very addictive. “I never pay more than £2 for meat. “If there aren’t any deals on, I will just go to a different shop and look in the reduced section. 6The bargain hunter from Flintshire, Wales, can always sniff out a good deal to ensure her meals cost no more than £1Credit: Caters 6Claire hasn’t worked since March 2020 due to furlough and maternity leaveCredit: Caters 6Claire Oliver refuses to pay anything more than £2 for meats when shoppingCredit: Caters "I don't see the point in paying full price when I can...
    Just a quick glance at the new U.S. Climate Normals maps published by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Tuesday is enough for most climate scientists to say, "I told you so." And it's not just because the maps show a warmer and wetter nation, as one would expect with global warming; it's also the specific geographic pattern of those changes. That's because for decades climate scientists and their computer models have projected the regions that should expect the most warming, the most drying and the biggest increase in precipitation due to human-caused climate change. NOAA's new maps are clear evidence that this impact is now being felt.  It doesn't take a climate scientist to see the changes that have occurred. In the maps below, using NOAA data, Climate Central illustrates the warmer temperatures the U.S. has experienced. When comparing the latest "normals" to what used to be normal a century ago, the difference is clear — seen in red from coast to coast. Climate Central The map on the left depicts the updated climate "normals" compared to...
    The most memorable pop culture aliens and extraterrestrials These Are the Most Expensive Zip Codes in 2021 Shaquille O'Neal has been morphing — and not so gradually — into a caricature whose main contribution to Turner Sports' studio show is playing the role of a perpetually aggrieved uncle who insists things were better in the old days of the NBA despite not paying very close attention to what's actually happening in the NBA today. Which makes for a bizarre experience because he's handsomely compensated to watch the league and comment on its twists and turns. © Provided by The Big Lead So far this year he's shown the inability to identify players who are more than five years into their playing careers and to antagonize those who he can identify, all of this adding up to a very real concern that Inside the NBA could have a Shaq-sized problem. Last night, after the Denver Nuggets destroyed the Milwaukee Bucks in the form of a 31-point road victory, O'Neal revealed that evolutions in defensive strategy are another thing...
    urbazon/iStock/Getty Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.We are in the throes of the coronavirus’ deadly third surge. Daily cases in the United States are getting dangerously close to 200,000, and a map with each state’s case count basically looks like one big hot spot. New stay-at-home advisories and mask mandates have been issued in some communities in the Midwest. California is putting the brakes on its reopening plans. ICUs are filling up fast. In North Dakota, health care workers who test positive but aren’t showing symptoms are being asked to report to work. Dr. Anthony Fauci recently warned that an additional 200,000 people could die of COVID by the spring if we don’t get things under control soon. How did we get to such a dark place? In part, it’s the fault of the cold weather driving people indoors, where the virus spreads much more efficiently. At Mother Jones, we’ve charted the abject failure of the Trump administration to do anything about...
    An opinion piece published by NBC News claimed that NFL superstar Drew Brees' "biggest mistake" when defending the American flag was "believing" that it "means anything." Brees unwittingly sparked a national firestorm when he defended the flag when asked during an interview about the kneeling protests that have taken place at football games over the years, insisting it was a sign of "disrespect." However, amid the political climate following the death of George Floyd, Brees was widely condemned even by many NFL players. The star New Orleans Saints quarterback later apologized for his remarks. On Thursday, NBC News' "THINK" page teased the column, "Drew Brees' biggest mistake?' Believing the American flag means anything." The column's actual headline read, "Drew Brees' comments on George Floyd protest prioritize symbols over justice." BROADCAST NETS SPEND OVER 700 MINUTES ON GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS, 5 MINUTES ON RIOT DEATHS "[Brees] has unfortunately become the poster child for what happens when you venerate a hollow space wrapped up in red, white and blue," writer Noah Berlatsky claimed. "Brees believed that his comments honored the flag and America's ideals. But valuing...
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