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    Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto remarked on Tuesday that he won’t let Canada dictate what he should do with his body in not wanting to get vaccinated against Covid-19 ahead of playing the Toronto Blue Jays on their own home turf. Canada requires foreign travelers to be vaccinated against Covid in order to enter the country. “How do you feel about it, I guess? Some people would say you’re letting your team down,” said a reporter to Realmuto. “Teammates have supported you, though. So how do you feel about it?” Realmuto called the matter “an extremely unfortunate situation.” “It’s an extremely unfortunate situation. Obviously my teammates know how I feel about them and how bad I want to be out there with them,” he said. “But it’s just an unfortunate that I’m not able to make the trip.” Another reporter asked Realmuto what his “reservations” are with the Covid vaccine. “I’m a healthy 31-year-old professional athlete that I just didn’t feel the need to get it,” he said. “I’ve had Covid a couple times and super mild symptoms back when...
    A WOMAN who thought she had an ear infection for three months was stunned when she found out what was causing her pain. Lexi Mahon took to TikTok to share her story, posting a video which began with her in a hospital bed with a tissue to her ear. 4Lexi Mahon thought she had an ear infection for three monthsCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4After buying an ear camera, she discovered an earring back - a butterfly - inside her earCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4She then showed herself having the butterfly removed from her ear at the hospitalCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm "POV: thought I had an ear infection… for three months," she wrote over the clip. She captioned the video: "Bought one of those handy dandy ear cameras, look what I found." The video then showed the inside of Lexi's ear canal, as she found a gold earring butterfly. She was then seen back in the hospital, as...
    NEYMAR has seemingly responded to Paris Saint-Germain's boo-boys by posting snaps with his son who is the reason he 'keeps going'. The Brazilian striker was jeered by PSG's faithful alongside Lionel Messi ahead of the Parisiens' 3-0 win over Bordeaux on Sunday. 2Neymar finally broke his silence after being booed by PSG's fans by posting a pic with his son and step-brotherCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 2In the series of pics and stories - Neymar revealed that his son was the reason he keeps goingCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk PSG's supporters vented their anger against their performances in the midweek defeat to Real Madrid in the Champions League that saw the Ligue 1 side crash out of the competition. PSG manager Mauricio Pochettino admitted it was a “sad situation” and insisted the treatment meted out to the superstars as individuals was unfair because “we all deserve this anger.” Overnight, Neymar, who scored a goal in his side’s victory against Bordeaux, posted a series of family photos and videos on his social media as he...
    YOU DON'T typically leave a first date with some extra cash in your wallet. Except that was the case with one woman after "one of the most interesting" dates she's been on. 3A woman shared on TikTok how her Tinder match opened their conversation by asking how spontaneous she wasCredit: TikTok 3She played along and she ended up at a nice restaurant in Malibu, but the date included other peopleCredit: TikTok In a video that's been viewed over 3 million times, the woman recounted her first-date experience with a Tinder match. She explained that, at the time this all happened, the app was still considered brand new and she was "swiping [her] heart out." She matched with a guy who immediately messaged her: "Hey, how spontaneous are you?" The woman claimed that, despite not being super spontaneous, she would play along. Just a few hours after matching, she was dressed "nice" and in her Tinder match's car heading to a cliffside restaurant in Malibu. This is where the date gets interesting. Most read...
    Chris Christie said Donald Trump called him when they were both in the hospital with COVID-19 asking the former New Jersey governor not reveal he got the infection from the then-president. 'Are you gonna say you got it from me?' Trump asked when calling from Walter Reed Medical Center in October 2020, Christie revealed in his book, according to an excerpt published in The New York Times Monday. Christie and Trump both came down with coronavirus after the 'superspreader' event in the White House Rose Garden after Amy Coney Barrett was selected to replace late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The reception included some of the biggest names in government at the time and while it was held outside, very few masks were seen being worn. Several people who attended the event and were seen mingling with Trump also were infected with coronavirus – including Christie. The former Republican governor was hospitalized in New Jersey the day after Trump was moved to Walter Reed in Bethesda, Maryland for treatment. He wrote about his priest visiting him in the hospital...
    Adele sent fans into meltdown as she played a clip of her upcoming single Easy On Me during her very first Instagram live stream on Saturday. The singer, 33, who admitted she would get into trouble by her management, pressed play on the track in which she likened her emotions to a river. It comes after she unveiled her long-awaited new music on Tuesday, taking to Twitter to reveal the track is set for release on 15 October.  As her followers flooded the comments' section with questions about her upcoming album, rumoured to be titled 30, she revealed the project will be inspired by her divorce from former husband Simon Konecki, 47, earlier this year.   Surprise! Adele sent fans into meltdown as she played a clip of her upcoming single Easy On Me during her very first Instagram live stream on Saturday Yay! The Someone Like You singer unveiled her long-awaited new music on Tuesday, taking to Twitter to reveal her new song is called Easy On Me and is set for release on 15 October (pictured is a shot from...
    A team from the show “C à vous” followed Sébastien, who became a delivery man because of the global pandemic. Before that, Sébastien lived in Austria where he was baritone for 23 years. But with the crisis and the cancellation of concerts, Sébastien decides to return to his parents in France. While he initially thought to stay a few weeks with his parents, the situation dragged on and the one who was paid by the benefit finds himself without income. He will then turn to another activity to meet his needs: delivery man. If this activity is tough, Sébastien does not give up, for his son: “I have an 18 year old son who is struggling. It is horror for him, because he broke in distancing. What keeps me going is being there for my son. It’s been a long time since I would have let it go otherwise. “ The one who sang on stages across the world, then comes back to the precariousness of the delivery man’s job: “Tomorrow, for example, I want to buy a fridge...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — In Pennsylvania, if you’re having friends over to socialize, you’re supposed to wear a mask — and so are your friends. That’s the rule, but Barb Chestnut has no intention of following it. “No one is going to tell me what I can or not do in my own home,” said Chestnut, 60, of Shippensburg. “They do not pay my bills and they are not going to tell me what to do.” As governors and mayors grapple with an out-of-control pandemic, they are ratcheting up mask mandates and imposing restrictions on small indoor gatherings, which have been blamed for accelerating the spread of the coronavirus. But while such measures carry the weight of law, they are, in practical terms, unenforceable, and officials are banking on voluntary compliance instead. Good luck with that. While many are undoubtedly heeding public health advice — downsizing Thanksgiving plans, avoiding get-togethers, wearing masks when they’re around people who don’t live with them — it’s inevitable that a segment of the population will blow off new state and local restrictions and socialize anyway....
    Samantha Lee/Insider A person's self-pleasure frequency isn't always linked to a lack of partnered sex. Still, your feelings are valid since your husband's personal time is affecting your bond. Consider how this experience has made you feel, and then relay that information to your husband. Be vocal about what you could do together to improve the situation for both of you, and ask your husband what he needs in the bedroom. 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 problem with porn and masturbation. Maybe I'm exaggerating and his daily habit is normal, but I'm unsure. The problem started on our honeymoon. He said he couldn't be intimate with me because he had been masturbating so much. It broke my heart. I found myself in a very romantic suite crying myself to sleep because the one thing the honeymoon is about (at least in my head) is to be intimate...
    Fox News viewers have long known me as an ardent Democrat, ready to fight for the ‘other’ side. However, in the past eight months, this has changed. It has changed so drastically that I’m jokingly referred to as “Leo 2.0.” It is a change so complete that I am campaigning and preparing to vote Republican in this election — for the first time ever. As the Democratic Party gets ready to hold its national convention, I’d like to explain why I’ve left the Democratic party and will proudly cast my vote for President Donald Trump. First let me say, I did not leave the Democrats, they left me. The party of the Civil Rights movement, the party of JFK and “Ask not what your country can do for you” has abandoned all its principles and handed the reins over to extremists. Let’s start at the top with the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Joe Biden. On May 22, in an interview with Charlamagne tha God, Biden told him, “I tell you if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then...
    Shea Harkins, 26, of Palm Harbor, Florida, was arrested and charged with one count of manslaughter after fatally shooting his best friend Thursday while playing video games A 26-year-old Florida man fatally shot his best friend while showing off his gun when they were playing video games, because his friend said, 'What, are you going to shoot me?' Shea Harkins, 26, of Palm Harbor, Florida, was arrested and charged with one count of manslaughter following the incident which happened Thursday night.  The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release that Harkins' best friend, Sean Cook, 26, of Clearwater, Florida, had gone to Harkins' home that night.  The pair were playing video games together in Harkins' room when, at about 7.48pm, Harkins went to get a Colt M4 rifle that he had been customizing prior to Cook's arrival at his home.  While being interviewed after the incident, Harkins told police that he had jokingly pointed the rifle at Cook, who casually asked 'What, are you going to shoot me?'    Police said that Harkins then admitted that he pulled...
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