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    THE VIEW co-host has surprised fans with an NSFW comment she blurted out during a live show. The panel was very vocal about their thoughts while discussing a new survey on sexual dreams and fantasies. 5The View co-host shocked fans after she blurted out a NSFW comment live on airCredit: ABC 5Sara screamed, 'I'm aroused!' while Joy Behar was introducing a topic on sexual fantasies and dreamsCredit: ABC However, one panelist, in particular, shared more than viewers expected on the topic. On Friday, the day's moderator, Joy Behar, 80, who filled in for Whoopi Goldberg, 67, during her absence, introduced the subject. "So let's see if this topic is arousing for you," the TV personality began, grabbing the audience's and her co-hosts' attention. "A new survey found 32% of people have dreamt or dreamed about having sex with a complete stranger," she continued. Read More on Sara HainesFUNNY FLOP The View’s Sara slams Joy in sarcastic dig that falls flat in awkward momentTREAD LIGHTLY The View’s Sara issues eerie warning to Joy as she shuts her down on...
    THE View has left viewers in hysterics after playing the wrong clip during a serious discussion about the midterm elections. Thursday's episode featured a segment meant to showcase President Biden's remarks as the votes rolled in, but something went wrong behind the scenes. 5The View fans were treated to a hilarious blunder during a serious segmentCredit: ABC 5Whoopi Goldberg attempted to laugh off the mistakeCredit: ABC During the show, Whoopi Goldberg brought up the election during the hot topics segment. She said on The View: "So yesterday, President Biden thanked the American people for exercising their right to vote in the midterm elections and he made a very hopeful prediction for the future." Rather than show the president speaking, the show aired a clip from The English – an Amazon Prime series. Whoopi, 66, then joked, "I think that was him," as the audience laughed. More The ViewSUNNY'S FEAR The View host Sunny Hostin admits she's 'scared' of major TV personalityNO JOY The View’s Joy blasts Whoopi for 'checking out' in sly dig under her breath It...
    THE View fans are furious after host Whoopi Goldberg appeared to be completely checked out during an entire segment in Friday’s show. The moderator has even admitted to viewers that she had “nothing to say” during the awkward show moment. 4Credit: ABC 4Credit: ABC Shortly into the latest episode of the talk show, Whoopi introduced a topic taken from social media, which involved exes going on a trip together. As she gave the lead-in to the discussion, fans noticed she immediately sounded like she didn’t care about it at all. At the end of the intro, the moderator even begrudgingly told her co-hosts: “I guess I’m supposed to ask y’all [if you like this idea].” The View fans called out the moderator for “sounding like that” while getting paid to do this job. One fan pointed out: “Whoopi clearly doesn't care about this new social media segment.” Read More on The ViewSUNNY GETS DARK The View fans scared as Sunny discusses ‘murder fantasies’ on live TVWHERE'S JOY? The View hosts finally reveal real reason behind Joy Behar's absence from show...
    Far-left social media platform Twitter shut down a trending topic over the weekend after BuzzFeed journalists reached out to the tech company. The trend was “Ellen Page,” the birth name of the transgender actress who now calls herself “Elliot Page” and demands the rest of society do so as well. Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal (Google Cloud/YouTube) Philip Cheung; David Livingston/Getty Images Page’s original name trended after the academic and bestselling author Jordan Peterson was locked out of his account for refusing to acknowledge the Juno actress’s new name. Peterson has vowed not to delete his tweet, and will remain locked out of his account until either he or Twitter relents. After “Ellen Page” trended on the platform, far-left news and entertainment website BuzzFeed reached out to Twitter to ask why they had not censored it. In response, Twitter immediately censored the trending topic. Via BuzzFeed: After BuzzFeed News contacted a Twitter spokesperson, Page’s deadname no longer appeared to be trending. Twitter spokesperson Trenton Kennedy confirmed the site had removed it as a trending topic. In a statement to BuzzFeed News,...
    SLEEP experts have uncovered what the most common dreams are across the world, and what they mean. From crashing a car to cheating on your partner - most of us have endured nightmares, while cats, docs, and flying dreams can be quite pleasant. 1Common dreams include snakes, being pregnant, dogs and hair falling out The sleep experts at SleepSeeker have revealed the most common types of dreams by looking at Google searches over the last year. They found that dreaming of snakes is the most common researched dream by far. It is the most Googled dream topic in 47 UK cities, with almost 170,000 searches per year. Following behind was pregnancy, with 69,000, and cats and dogs - each with 66,000. Read more on sleep ROCK-A-BYE I’m a mum & found a song proven to put screaming babies to sleep every time Here, Hayley Thistleton, sleep expert at Sleepseeker, gave insight into what your dreams could mean. Snakes Snakes were the most researched dream in the UK and globally. “Snake dreams are the most popular dream topic in the world,...
    JENNIFER Lopez’s Today interview turned awkward as she joked about host Hoda Kotb’s split to distract from the topic of her romance with Ben Affleck. The actress visited The Today Show on Thursday, where she spoke about her new album and movie Marry Me. 5JLo poked fun at Hoda following questions about her romance with BenCredit: Twitter/Today Show 5The Today Show host recently split from her fiance JoelCredit: Twitter/Today Show During the interview, Hoda, 57, tried to get Jennifer, 52, to discuss her romance with Ben, 49. While talking about the message behind the new movie, both Hoda and co-host Savannah Guthrie said they have always rooted for Jennifer and Ben’s romance. While the Jenny from the Block singer politely answered questions, she avoided sharing too much information about their rekindled romance. After Jennifer spoke about the importance of “loving yourself,” she added self love helps you have “a really healthy relationship with somebody.” Hoda then shared a recent cover of PEOPLE magazine, which includes a cover story with the singer. The Today Show host covered the corner of the...
    Progressive Democrat Rep. Debbie Dingell says that inflation – a number one concern for Americans – wasn’t much of a topic in negotiations on the massive spending plans being worked out among Democrats. Inflation is the highest it has been in thirty years, CNN’s Erica Hill pointed out to Rep. Dingell, asking, “How much of a discussion was that in your meetings at the White House and even with your colleagues?” “So actually probably wasn’t as much a discussion I had with other people,” said Dingell. It’s a very big discussion for most of America, as is shown both in recent polling and reporting – though admittedly some people take it less seriously. But overall, inflation is very much a discussion just about everywhere – other than in the spending talks, according to Dingell. The congresswoman attributes that to the fact that achieving progressive spending goals will, voila, cause inflation to essentially sort itself out anyway. “I think when we stabilize, we get the Build Back Better bill passed, we get the bipartisan infrastructure bill passed, we’re creating these jobs,...
    "Just stay on topic. Y'all can't do that. The topic is: asking questions is OK. but let's make the topic: Nicki talks to white racists so that you can all sleep better tonight. Dummies," she continued. Minaj's missives to her 22.6 million followers caught the attention of Dr. Anthony Fauci, who cautioned her against spreading anecdotal evidence. "She should be thinking twice about propagating information that really has no basis except a one-off anecdote, and that's not what science is all about," Fauci said. Here's more about the rapper's vaccine skepticism: Nicki Minaj CLAPS BACK at Meghan McCain Over Vaccine Comments www.youtube.com
    What happened? While meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi in the Oval Office, Biden demanded that reporters ask questions only related to the withdrawal of American troops from combat in Iraq, which Biden announced Monday. However, NBC News reporter Kelly O'Donnell skirted that demand — and Biden chided her in front of everyone. "Mr. President, Veterans Affairs is going to have a mandate for its health care—" O'Donnell asked before Biden interrupted her. "You are such a pain in the neck, but I'm going to answer your question because we've known each other so long. It has nothing to do with Iraq," Biden interrupted, rebuking the question. "Yes, Veteran Affairs is going to, in fact, require that all doctors working in their facilities are gonna have to be vaccinated.""You are such a pain in the neck, but I'm going to answer your question," President Biden said to a reporter while… https://t.co/mvdLLmGceU — Mediaite (@Mediaite)1627325203.0O'Donnell was recently elected president of the White House Correspondents' Association, so she is well-respected among her peers.What was the reaction?Journalists quickly noted that Biden's biting...
    More On: new york islanders ‘Dangerous’ Islanders forward rising to the occasion Why Islanders aren’t stressing ‘new’ playoff challenge Islanders can’t ignore Bruins’ other ‘dangerous’ unit Islanders star finally makes playoff impact The Islanders’ top line has been a hot topic of conversation since captain Anders Lee, in March, was ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury. Suddenly, usual bottom-six winger Leo Komarov was flanking star center Mathew Barzal, with Jordan Eberle on the other side. It was an abnormal combination in the regular season, but it has become even more of a glaring mismatch in the postseason, which has been made clear by that line’s lack of production. Eberle and Barzal have combined for just three goals through the first two rounds of the playoffs, and Barzal’s first goal of the postseason came Thursday night in Game 3 of the second-round series against the Bruins. It’s hard to ignore that Barzal’s goal in the third period of the 2-1 overtime loss came with an assist from Kyle Palmieri, who was on for a...
    Since the publication this week of thousands of emails from and to Dr. Anthony Fauci, he’s been a trending topic on social media, a hot topic on Fox News, and the emails have even come up to some extent on CNN and MSNBC. There is a lot to ask Dr. Fauci about as a result of the massive dump of information, and on Thursday some of those questions are now being posed. CNN’s John Berman, for example, asked Dr. Fauci about arguably the most controversial of his emails, which dealt with the efficacy of masks. But on Wednesday, one of the earliest interviews following the release of email was with MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace. She asked him about the release of his personal correspondences at the tail end of a roughly 10 minute segment. Her first question about the emails was about how bad President Donald Trump was — a fairly rote question for the host, network, and topic area, emails notwithstanding. “I read through your e-mails that were released,” she said, reading aloud from one about scheduling press conferences before...
    Super Bowl champion Tom Brady said Thursday he was “definitely” invested in cryptocurrency, though he declined to say exactly which ones. “We’re learning more and more about these emerging markets,” Brady said in a pre-recorded interview for Consensus, an annual conference conducted by CoinDesk, a cryptocurrency publication. He called himself a “big believer” in digital currencies and added, “The world is changing. … And you can be ahead of the curve or behind it, and I’m choosing to be ahead of it.” Brady appeared at the event alongside Sam Bankman-Fried, the 29-year-old billionaire founder of cryptocurrency exchange FTX. Brady’s appearance at the conference came as an impromptu surprise after Bankman-Fried invited him on Twitter on Wednesday evening. Brady has been a topic of interest in cryptocurrency circles since he changed his picture on Twitter to a photograph of himself with glowing red eyes, a meme often used by digital-currency enthusiasts. LIVE: “I’m a big believer” in crypto, @TomBrady says#Consensus2021 https://t.co/gZxfN1bF85 — CoinDesk (@CoinDesk) May 28, 2021 Brady, a seven-time Super Bowl winner, joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as...
    The truth is out there? If so, we don’t have it yet, but the questions are now being asked, as a detailed UFO report on CBS News’ 60 Minutes Sunday night attests. And people want to know, as a major trending topic on Monday demonstrated. Bill Whitaker (who is also the best guest Jeopardy host so far, in this writer’s opinion) tackled the touchy topic with a deft and in-depth examination in a 13-minute report that may not have pulled back the veil on UFOs (or UAPs [Unidentified Aerial Phenomena] as they are now described), but definitely pulled back some of the stigma about discussing the topic. That stigma is obviously real, but definitely seems to be an artifact from years past. The younger demographics, the online and engaged crowd, definitely want to talk about it. What’s more, so do some members of Congress, such as Senator Marco Rubio. Rubio was one of the people interviewed in the buzz-worthy segment Sunday night and told 60 Minutes that “there’s a stigma on Capitol Hill” about officially discussing or looking into...
    Cassie Randolph is keeping a tight lip. The 25-year-old former reality star has found herself in headlines lately after her ex-boyfriend and fellow "Bachelor" alum Colton Underwood came out as gay. Their relationship came to an abrupt end about 11 months ahead of Underwood's announcement and was followed by alleged "unsettling behavior" by Underwood that resulted in Randolph filing a restraining order. Since Underwood, 29, came out, Randolph has stayed rather silent on the topic, though she has thanked fans for their support since the announcement. CASSIE RANDOLPH THANKS FANS FOR THEIR SUPPORT AFTER HER EX COLTON UNDERWOOD COMES OUT AS GAY Now, she's explained that she isn't planning on speaking about the ordeal -- at least not yet. Cassie Randolph has explained that will not comment 'for now' on her ex-boyfriend Colton Underwood's coming out as gay. (AP) In a vlog posted to her YouTube channel on Thursday, Randolph kicked off her video by thanking fans for their support "regarding the topic in the media that brought [her] name up this week." "Just wanted to let you know that I'm...
    SOME apps on your smartphone could be 'spying' on you all the time without you even realising. Siri and Google Assistant are known for listening out in case you give a verbal command but some people think apps also listen for marketing purposes. 2Researchers at NordVPN think you can set a trap to see if your phone is 'spying'Credit: Alamy Daniel Markuson, digital privacy expert at NordVPN, explained in press release: "When you ask Google Assistant or Siri to find something, this information is used for online advertising. "It’s no different from typing something into Google Search. "If you’re looking for car dealerships in your city, related ads will start chasing you across the internet. "In a way, a virtual assistant is just another search engine." 2Siri and Google Assistant listen in the background in case you ask a questionCredit: Alamy According to NordVPN, you can test whether your smartphone is 'spying' by setting a trap. The experts suggest picking a topic you would never normally discuss. It should be something you've never searched online for before...
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — As soon as Major League Baseball, in protest of Georgia’s controversial restrictive voting law, pulled its All-Star Game out of Atlanta, there were some knee-jerk reactions from people to boycott this week’s Masters and even for the annual event to be taken out of Georgia, along with calls for the PGA Tour to move its annual Tour Championship from Atlanta. The law, signed last month, allows for election legislation to impose new voter identification requirements for absentee ballots and to empower state officials to take over local elections boards and limit the use of ballot drop boxes. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, who made the announcement that the All-Star Game would be relocated from Georgia to Colorado because of the voter law, is an Augusta National member. On Wednesday, in his annual state-of-the-Masters press conference, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley addressed the topic. Cameron Champ and Collin Morikawa at practice rounds for the 2021 Masters.Getty Image (2) “I believe, as does everyone in our organization, that the right to vote is fundamental in our democratic society,’’ Ridley said....
    More On: the masters Surging 47-year-old has Jack Nicklaus Masters inspiration with elusive major in sight Masters will be drastically different with ‘spicy’ twist Jon Rahm goes from son’s birth to sudden and confident Masters arrival Post experts deliver Masters predictions AUGUSTA, Ga. — As soon as Major League Baseball, in protest of Georgia’s controversial restrictive voting law, pulled its All-Star Game out of Atlanta, there were some knee-jerk reactions from people to boycott this week’s Masters and even for the annual event to be taken out of Georgia, along with calls for the PGA Tour to move its annual Tour Championship from Atlanta. The law, signed last month, allows for election legislation to impose new voter identification requirements for absentee ballots and to empower state officials to take over local elections boards and limit the use of ballot drop boxes. MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, who made the announcement that the All-Star Game would be relocated from Georgia to Colorado because of the voter law, is an Augusta National member. On Wednesday, in his annual state-of-the-Masters press conference, Augusta...
    More On: new york mets No reason for MLB to do more than call off Mets-Nats series How Mets are taking their prolonged Opening Day wait NY politician urges MLB to hold All-Star game at Citi Field COVID-19 outbreak postpones Mets’ entire opening series WASHINGTON — As the Mets collect players’ responses to a survey asking them if they plan to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, J.D. Davis said Friday he hasn’t given the matter much thought. MLB and the MLBPA, in a joint initiative, are encouraging players to receive the vaccine. If an 85 percent threshold is reached within a team, safety protocols will be loosened. “I haven’t really thought about it,” Davis said, when asked if he plans to be vaccinated. “I have been so focused on baseball and getting ready for the season. I have been concentrating on getting at-bats and getting my swing right, getting ready for defense. It’s a personal preference for me. It really hasn’t crossed my mind. This topic has come up over the last couple of days. With us moving from Florida...
    As the nation prepares itself for four days of non-stop racism, conspiracy-mongering, incitement to violence, and hundreds if not thousands of outright falsehoods to be communicated to the public by the president, his party, and their supporters this week at the virtual Republican convention, it behooves us to take a short look backward and try to understand how we arrived at this point: where we have a president who has proven himself to be an almost comically pathological liar; one whose word cannot be accepted on literally any topic, whether it be toilet flushing, cancer-causing windmills or imaginary terrorist attacks—and yet, has a credible hope of being re-elected.  Back in 1991, I published an op-ed article in The New York Times about presidential lying. It did not mention, however, that then-President George H. W. Bush was among the many presidents who had lied to the American people because my editor instructed me, “The New York Times will not allow anyone to call the president a liar.” I pointed out to this editor, who was a friend of mine, that this...
    By JOHN ZENOR, AP Sports Writer Southeastern Conference teams opened preseason camp Monday with the precarious status of the season largely overshadowing even the annual ambitions of Alabama and Georgia. Questions like how will LSU fare without quarterback Joe Burrow took a backseat to uncertainty. Quarterback battles seem fairly inconsequential with COVID-19 threatening the season — and teams' depth charts. “The teams that handle this the best and the players that are the safest, those teams are going to win a lot of games,” first-year Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin said. The SEC, winner of 10 football national championships since 2006, is just hoping to have a season and play out the league-only schedule starting Sept. 26. It's an open question of how a national champion will even be crowned, with the PAC-12 and Big Ten opting not to play this fall. Masks and social distancing are hot topics even with LSU trying to repeat as national champions without its Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback and Alabama aiming for another national championship run after failing to make the playoffs last season. Safety protocols...
    Southeastern Conference teams opened preseason camp Monday with the precarious status of the season largely overshadowing even the annual ambitions of Alabama and Georgia. Questions like how will LSU fare without quarterback Joe Burrow took a backseat to uncertainty. Quarterback battles seem fairly inconsequential with COVID-19 threatening the season — and teams’ depth charts. “The teams that handle this the best and the players that are the safest, those teams are going to win a lot of games,” first-year Mississippi coach Lane Kiffin said. The SEC, winner of 10 football national championships since 2006, is just hoping to have a season and play out the league-only schedule starting Sept. 26. It’s an open question of how a national champion will even be crowned, with the PAC-12 and Big Ten opting not to play this fall. Masks and social distancing are hot topics even with LSU trying to repeat as national champions without its Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback and Alabama aiming for another national championship run after failing to make the playoffs last season. Safety protocols have been the norm around football...
    Riverdale star Madelaine Petsch is putting her time away from set to good use by educating women and girls on the importance of birth control - and the desperate need for the 'taboo' topic to become a 'normal' part of everyday conversations.  The 25-year-old actress - who is currently living in Los Angeles after filming for the CW show was put on hold amid the coronavirus pandemic - fronts a new campaign for birth control pill Lo Loestrin Fe, through which she is encouraging women to overcome all awkwardness and embarrassment when it comes to chatting about their options.    Speaking to DailyMail.com, Madelaine opened up about her own experiences with birth control, praising her mother for helping her to feel so comfortable talking about the often-'awkward' topic.   Speaking out: Madelaine Petsch is encouraging women to fight societal taboos about birth control while fronting a new campaign for contraceptive pill Lo Loestrin Fe Taking a stand: The 25-year-old actress insists that discussions about birth control and reproductive health should be as 'normalized' as conversations about food allergies and diet...
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