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    A DISAPPOINTED woman was so shocked by her ill-mannered date that she took her experience to the internet to vent. She claimed her date called her "uncultured" and said he was wasting his time – but what he asked at the end really had her stunned. 3A woman was left stunned after experiencing such a horrible dateCredit: tiktok/@itscaysie 3She said the man complained about the price of mini golf despite frequently flaunting his personal finance skillsCredit: Getty "I went on a date last night and I feel like I need to share this because men have the audacity. "That's all they have: the audacity," the woman, named Caysie, said at the top of the video she posted online. She claimed she had been talking to this unnamed man for three to four weeks and after having successful conversations, they decided to go on a date. She picked mini-golf, which she said is better than a traditional dinner, and the man picked the spot. Read more in lifestyle red flag I thought I found the man of my dreams –...
    A FIRST TIME mum has revealed her shock at giving birth to a 12lb 6oz baby. Holly Rose, a mum-of-one to Olivia, took to her TikTok account, athollyshome, to share her story where it has gone viral with over 100k views. 3Holly was 40-weeks pregnant here and gave birth to Olivia at 42 weeksCredit: @athollyshome/Tiktok 3Olivia as a newborn could fit into 3month old clothesCredit: @athollyshome/Tiktok The mum, from the UK, explained she felt unwell by the end of her pregnancy, and although everyone told her she was fine, Holly knew there was more to it. Holly gave birth to Olivia last year, and as she showed her chunky baby in a TikTok video, she added Olivia could fit into 3 month old clothes from day one. Many mums and expecting mums felt for Holly, one wrote: "Bestie… You ok??" "I thought 9lb12 was bad bless you." Wrote one mum. In a comment Holly wrote: "My midwife just kept telling me I was depressed, nah just growing a toddler hun." When Holly complained about feeling unwell and uncomfortable she was...
    An Ohio couple and two of their 19 children, who are adults, have been charged after their daughter who escaped the family came forward with a string of allegations against them.   Robert Bellar, 54 and his wife Deborah Bellar, 49, face charges in connection with an ongoing sexual abuse investigation concerning their children. Two of their sons Jonathan Levi Bellar, 26, and Josiah Bellar, 24, have also been charged.  That came after one of Robert and Deborah's daughters told The Athens Messenger she was forced to attend a 'cult' church run by her uncle, James Bellar, who would tell them their siblings would have to have children with one another in order to prepare for the apocalypse.  Serah Bellar said: 'All the kids would have to go, whether they wanted to or not— even if you were sick, you had to go, it didn’t matter. 'Anytime he’d say anything, I’d just kind of repeat it in my head, like, how messed up it kind of sounded. He’d always talk about the end of the world and how you’d reproduce with your siblings.'  That...
    HADDONFIELD, N.J. (CBS) — Tuesday marks 100 days since New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order shutting down nonessential businesses. It was an effort to flatten the curve and prevent COVID-19 from overwhelming health systems. Many businesses in New Jersey have been allowed to reopen since that initial shutdown order, but some remain closed and are now on the edge of failing. “I wanted to bring attention to the fact that businesses are dying and a lot of people’s futures are extremely uncertain,” said Matt Scarfo, owner of Full-Time Fitness. Scarfo recently went on a 250-mile run from Full-Time Fitness in Morris County to Washington, D.C. “I certainly learned more about myself in those nine days than I did in the 41 years prior,” he said. Philadelphia Health Commissioner Worried ‘We May Take Steps Back’ As Coronavirus Spikes Across Country When Eyewitness News last spoke with Scarfo, a husband and father of three, ran 50 miles to Trenton. The runs are his way of protesting the shutdown orders. He says he didn’t want to risk his business license...
    New York (CNN Business)At the end of every video call meeting, whether it's a WebEx with colleagues, or a Zoom catch up with friends, I find myself waving goodbye. And everyone else is waving too.A cursory search of Twitter found I wasn't alone. "Why do I feel compelled to WAVE at the end of Zoom calls? I have literally never walked out of a meeting room WAVING," tweeted one person, garnering over 16,000 likes. "I CANNOT STOP WAVING WHEN I END A ZOOM CALL SOMEONE HELP ME," said another. One Twitter user even wrote a song about it.So, why did we all start waving? Experts have several explanations. As video calling becomes a default way of communicating during the pandemic, people adjust and adapt their behaviors accordingly -- plus they're craving more of a human connection. "This personal touch is missing," said Laura Dudley, an associate clinical professor at Northeastern University and expert in behavior analysis and body language. "We're hungering for that human interaction, that friendliness, so we're starting to do things like waving to say goodbye. It feels...
    President Trump denied having Parkinson's in the face of questions about his health after he tip-toed down a ramp at West Point last weekend.  'I stayed there for hours. And what do I do? I get publicity about walking down a ramp,' said a Trump aghast by the media coverage, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. 'And does he have Parkinson's? I don't think so.'  The president explained that he walked daintily down the ramp due to wearing leather-bottom shoes, adding 'and then the last 10 feet I ran down.'  In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, President Trump blamed his slow walk down a West Point ramp on wearing leather-bottom shoes. He also said he doesn't have Parkinson's disease, as critics speculated about his health   President Trump didn't mention his slick shoes when he first discussed his slow walk down a ramp at West Point over the weekend  In an initial tweet about the incident, which took on the name 'ramp-gate,' Trump described the ramp as being 'very long & steep,' adding that it...
    BOISE, Idaho (AP) - Within a few hours, a garden of mementos grew outside the rural crime scene. Pinwheels, flowers and stuffed animals dotted a fence near where police found remains believed to belong to two children in a bizarre case that has captured attention around the world. For police, the grisly discovery this week marked a significant break in a monthslong investigation into what happened to Joshua “JJ” Vallow, who was 7 when he vanished in September along with his 17-year-old sister Tylee Ryan. For relatives, who said the remains belong to the children, their heartbreak was magnified. TOP STORIES Abraham Lincoln monument torched in Chicago: An absolute disgraceful act Four St. Louis police officers charged with beating undercover colleague D.C. mayor sued over Black Lives Matter on street to White House For cluster of small Idaho towns, it was the denouement of one mystery and the start of another: Where are JJ and Tylee? Right here, and yet irretrievably gone. Why are they gone? That may never be fully answered. “I never thought...
    LONDON (AP) — Britain’s 650 lawmakers are grappling with a question familiar to millions of their compatriots: When is it safe to go back to work? Members of Parliament, who have largely been working from home while the coronavirus swept Britain, have been summoned back to the office on Tuesday — and many aren’t happy. They say the government’s decision to scrap a remote-voting system used during the pandemic will turn those who must stay home because of age, illness or family issues into second-class lawmakers. After Britain went into lockdown in late March, Parliament adopted a historic “hybrid” way of working. Only 50 lawmakers at a time were allowed into the House of Commons, while screens were erected around the chamber so others could join debates over Zoom. Votes were held electronically for the first time in centuries of parliamentary history. But when the House resumes work Tuesday after an 11-day spring recess, the first order of business will be a government demand to end the brief experiment with virtual voting. Jacob Rees-Mogg, the government’s leader of the...
    Atlanta (CNN)I took a walk on Saturday, from the King Center to Centennial Olympic Park and back, three miles in the heat of the day through a wounded city in a wounded country at the end of a week of death and fire. Thomas LakeOn Auburn Avenue I heard the call of a dove and saw yellow roses blooming in the memorial garden of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Just across Peachtree Street I met the Stewart family, three black Americans from the city's western suburbs. Mia Stewart had watched the video of a police officer pressing a knee on the neck of George Floyd. She'd heard Floyd call out to his deceased mother. She thought all four officers should have been arrested immediately, and if they had been, she thought the riots might have been prevented. But the Stewarts were not here to protest. They carried brooms to clean up the wreckage."We can't continue this," Steven Stewart said, gesturing toward the park where someone set fire to the visitor center on Friday night. "Because the message just gets...
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