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    AN American woman vacationing in Mexico was shocked to turn up at her Airbnb and discover that nothing was as it seemed in the listing. Chloe Wells, 24, tells The Sun that the rental, located in Morelia, Michoacán, did look just like the photos – but the photos were deceiving. 10Chloe Wells, 24, has gone viral on TikTok with videos of her Airbnb in MexicoCredit: TikTok 10The house, which cost her and her travel companions $170 a night, looked quite glamorous in the listingCredit: Airbnb Chloe was on vacation with her boyfriend and his family. They stayed in a four-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom private house, which cost $170 a night. Photos from the listing show a modern, well-decorated home with brick wall detailing, a beautiful kitchen with a wine fridge, and a gorgeous backyard view near the dining room table. But when Chloe and group arrived, they realized what those lavish touches really were. read more airbnb storiesHOLIDAY HELL I worked for an Airbnb contractor & my favorite horror stories will shock youROUGH SLEEP Outrage as Airbnb host charges £60 a...
    Viewers of the hit American talk show The View have demanded that Whoopi Goldberg be fired for going 'nuts' while live on air. Fans of the show have called for the producers to have a casting rearrangement after the popular show has faced a series of blunders recently. On Friday Whoopi, 66, took to the panel and discussed parenting when she used the word 'a**', leaving fans shocked.  Awkward: Viewers of the hit American talk show The View have demanded that Whoopi Goldberg be fired for going 'nuts' while live on air She said: 'Sometimes you have to be an a** to be a parent.' The actress and comedian's language did not go down well with fans, as they took to Twitter to share their views.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp takes to the stage to DJ at... Kate Moss watches Primal Scream from backstage at... Iris Law and Mia Regan seem in high spirits as they dress to... Heartbroken BBC radio presenter Lauren Laverne reveals her... ...
    WHEN this couple tied the knot they could never have predicted the amount of hate they would get. Despite their 30 year age gap they've been together for nine years and are now expecting their first baby together. 5The couple get loads of hate comments onlineCredit: Truly 5Things have only got worse since Mindy fell pregnantCredit: Youtube/truly Mindy, 30, and Larry, 60, met when she was involved in a car accident and her now husband was the officer that attended to the scene. Speaking to Truly, Mindy said: "We don't really talk about the age gap much, it's normal for us and it doesn't really feel like an age gap." However not everyone feels the same way and when Mindy began including Larry in her videos on YouTube the couple quickly got a lot of vicious comments from trolls. She explained: "A lot of people were very supportive but we also received a ton of hate and backlash because of the age gap, which was bit of a shock. Read more on relationshipsTINDER SWINDLER I found out my date had...
    A WOMAN has warned all beauty lovers to watch her video after a microblading appointment went horribly wrong. Over the years, microblading has become all the rage - it gives a more fuller and defined-looking brow. 3Hannah's eyebrow story has been liked by more than 2,000 viewers, many of whom thanked her for sharing the experienceCredit: @thehannahchan/Tiktok 3Though she loved them in the beginning, once the colour began to fade, the brows looked ''super unnatural''Credit: @thehannahchan/Tiktok But despite its high popularity, one woman was not so happy with the outcome and took it social media to share her journey. In a TikTok clip, which has racked up more than 51,000 views in just a day, Hannah Chan (@thehannahchan) said: ''If you ever consider getting your eyebrows microbladed, watch this video.'' According to the woman, who has more than 22,000 fans on her social media page, she got her brows done three years ago. ''Straight of the bat, they were already too dark.'' read more hair and beauty storiesLOW BROW Woman urges others NOT to get eyebrows microbladed & shows...
    THEY say food is the way to a man's heart, but one man proved that to be wrong. In fact, chef Micah Trainor claimed her Tinder match sent her the rudest messages about her weight and even accused her of faking her appearance. 3Micah Trainor received shocking messages from a man she matched with on TinderCredit: TikTok/@micahteresa 3The man critiqued her for her weight and accused her of being dishonest about itCredit: Getty In a screenshot of the supposed messages sent between Trainor and the potential love interest, the unnamed man said: "You should either stop being delusional about calories [or] update your Tinder profile to post-pandemic pics." Trainor told the "idiot" man that all the photos were from during the pandemic, but he refused to believe her. "You fat-fished me," he accused. "You want me to treat you like some goddess then go to the gym and earn that." Read more in lifestyleCUTE OOPS! I texted my friend about my date but accidentally sent it to him – it worked outnot your momma I went on an awful date –...
    FOOD poisoning is a fairly common occurrence with over 48 million Americans contracting the illness every year, according to the CDC. However, what's not common is actually losing limbs because of it. 2A 19-year-old man landed himself a month-long stay in the hospital after eating leftoversCredit: Getty For one teen's bout with food poisoning, things went from bad to worse in a matter of days. While staying over at a friend's house, a 19-year-old man didn't think twice about enjoying some leftover Chinese food, according to a March 2021 medical study obtained by WFLA-TV. In a video describing the study in detail, it was said that the man's friend also ate the leftovers and had vomited twice. However, the morning after indulging, the teen was in so much pain that he couldn't even brush his teeth, so his friend took him to the hospital. There, the man started to experience chest pain, shortness of breath, vomiting, and a fever of over 105 degrees Fahrenheit. He also developed purple discolorations all over his skin, so...
    (CNN)On Monday, Donald Trump's long-time accountants made a very important announcement: They no longer stood behind a decade of the former President's financial information -- and would no longer be working for him.Why is this such a big deal? Well, the language from Mazars, the accounting firm, masks it a bit, so let me translate: What they are saying is that neither Trump nor anyone who interacts with him should rely on their assessments of his relative financial health over the past decade.The firm is, in effect, jumping off what looks like a sinking ship. And they are doing so, at least partially, because of information that has come to light as part of an ongoing investigation by New York Attorney General Letitia James."We have come to this conclusion based, in part, upon the filings made by the New York Attorney General on January 18, 2022, our own investigation, and information received from internal and external sources," Mazars wrote in a letter to the Trump Organization chief legal officer, advising them to no longer rely on financial statements ending June...
    WHEN YOU go on a first date, you might expect to split the bill or you may even graciously offer to pay for the entire night – but people usually don’t expect to spend nearly a thousand dollars. That happened to one woman, who shelled out hundreds after having her car towed – and that’s only the beginning.  3A woman recalled her embarrassing date in a video shared onlineCredit: TikTok 3She revealed her car got towed, and she had to pay hundreds to get it backCredit: TikTok “Okay so I wanted to do a storytime because my dating life is a disaster and I just think it’s like actually funny and I may as well share the wealth of my disastrous life,” the woman, named Savannah Justine, said in the start of a video she posted on TikTok. “So back in like September I went on a date with this really hot cop guy and it had been a really busy day at work so I didn’t really get a lunch break, I didn’t eat a lot.  “And we had...
    Seven women have now filed lawsuits against Tesla over it's 'frat house' culture where sexual harassment was allegedly rife.  Six more female employees filed suits against the electric car manufacturer on Tuesday, after Jessica Barraza, 38, sued the tech company last month over its 'nightmarish conditions' for women at the factory in Fremont, California. The new lawsuits, filed today in Alameda County Superior Court, claim that female staff were constantly harassed, with male coworkers allegedly touching them inappropriately, ogling at their bodies or making  lewd comments.  They claimed the behavior got even worse after CEO Elon Musk posted childish or sexual tweets.  A 21-year-old new mom said she would go home in tears most nights and described the atmosphere at a 'living nightmare' . Many also claim that when they told their supervisors about the harassment, the supervisor either neglected to act upon it or transferred the women to another work station. Others said they were too afraid to report the harassment to Human Resources because their supervisors were part of the problem. 'Although Tesla publicly claims that it fosters a safe and respectful...
    During my undergrad years at U Mass Dartmouth I had the great privilege of being mentored by Dr Juli Parker, who was director of the Women's center, now called the Center for Women, Gender, and Sexuality. It was there, more than 20 years ago, that I was shown a small piece of what so many women face in this country. As the only football player volunteer at the center, I observed two very different worlds. The football locker room, with men saying some pretty awful things, and Dr Parker explaining the truth around sexual assault, abortion rights and the regular fight for equality that women face every day. I felt a strong calling to ministry and I attended seminary, which, oddly enough, was an environment that sounded a little like the football locker room. I was hoping to change minds within the evangelical church. I failed, and 20 years later the evangelical church is stronger and more committed to prohibiting women the most basic right to decide what happens to their own bodies. Evangelicals won a great and...
    Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Zack Greinke threw a 51-mph pitch to Renato Núñez on Tuesday night.  It was the slowest pitch Greinke has thrown.  Greinke had given up four runs to that point and gave up two more after the strange pitch.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Houston Astros pitcher Zack Greinke had a night to forget on Monday against the Detroit Tigers but still delivered one of his career's most memorable pitches.  After giving up four runs in the first four innings, including three home runs, Greinke faced Tigers third baseman Renato Núñez with men on first and second and no outs in the fifth inning.  In that critical moment in which the game could have been completely blown open, Greinke decided to get creative, throwing a 51-mph eephus pitch right down the middle of the strike zone.—The Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) April 13, 2021With a man in scoring position, no outs, and a 2-0 count, Núñez took the slow pitch right down the middle for a strike. "He really got me on that," Núñez said after...
    The Google-owned family of apps has crashed for thousands of users worldwide.  This includes Gmail, Google Drive, Google Sheets and YouTube as well as the main search engine.  Outage tracker site DownDetecter clocked tens of thousands of users reporting issues with the sites around 11:40am.  Problems were reported mainly in Europe but also in Australia, the east coast of the USA and parts of Africa, South America and Asia.  Google said it was 'aware of the problem' and that it had left the 'majority' of users unable to access its services.  Laptop. Phone. Tablet. Emails. Thermostat. Doorbell. Thanks #Google pic.twitter.com/It7479aPbd— Sam Caesar (@samcaesar) December 14, 2020 Google's websites are some of the most popular in the world, with its video-streaming site YouTube frequented by more than two billion people every month.  Gmail meanwhile is the world’s most popular email platform with other 1.5 billion users.  Unlike other tech firms like Facebook, outages are rare at Google, and there is no explanation for the outage.  By 11:54am GMT there was more than 50,000 complaints...
    DEAR ABBY: I need your opinion. I have been with the same guy for 27 years. We never married because we were both married before, and I wasn’t into doing it again. I have stuck by him through sickness, hard times and whatever else. Jeanne Phillips  Four months ago I was diagnosed with small-cell lung cancer. I stopped by his house this week to pick up a rug scrubber and walked in on him having sex with some woman. I feel hurt, angry, mad, sad. It’s like, Why? Do you think he has been doing this and he just got caught, or what? I didn’t say anything. I just left. He called me later and said it was over between us because I’m sick and “can’t do anything.” Related Articles Dear Abby: My boyfriend left me because of my comment on his workplace’s Facebook Dear Abby: It’s my wedding, but I need my cousin to be OK with it Dear Abby: My husband wears ballerina tights in public, and I’m embarrassed to tears ...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: A dog chased my 6-year-old son in our new neighborhood, and when my husband went over to talk to the dog’s owner, we were assured it wouldn’t happen again. Then the dog chased my son again — and bit him — the next week. After I reported the bite (on the advice of my child’s pediatrician), animal control came out to take reports and quarantine the dog, as per their protocol. Then the dog’s owner came over to chew me out for reporting the bite, rather than to apologize and ask about my son’s well-being. A week or two later, I told the dog’s owner how scared my kids are to go by their house — not because of the dog, but because of the “mean scary lady.” A few days after that, while we were out for the day, she left a present for my son, and a couple of notes about how bad she feels. Related Articles Miss Manners: This stranger turned my kindness into something lecherous Miss Manners: His dinner...
    BEIRUT – One year after Lebanese erupted in rage against politicians they blamed for economic collapse, squares once packed with angry demonstrators are empty and camps set up to shelter the protesters lie deserted. While the anger has not gone away since mass protests swept the country late last year, there is little energy left as the pandemic spreads, unemployment rises and the capital city reels from a huge explosion in August that left thousands homeless. Some of those who did demonstrate against the authorities in the aftermath of that accident were met with teargas and police batons. Dany Mortada, a 28-year-old activist, was among hundreds of thousands people who marched through the streets of Beirut and other cities for weeks in 2019. As he looked across a Beirut square at the centre of the uprising, he believes the spirit of protest lives on. “The revolution still exists in the heart of many people,” Mortada said from in front of the government headquarters, where he once camped out night after night. Concrete blocks were installed there last year by security...
    By Samia Nakhoul and Ellen Francis BEIRUT (Reuters) - One year after Lebanese erupted in rage against politicians they blamed for economic collapse, squares once packed with angry demonstrators are empty and camps set up to shelter the protesters lie deserted. While the anger has not gone away since mass protests swept the country late last year, there is little energy left as the pandemic spreads, unemployment rises and the capital city reels from a huge explosion in August that left thousands homeless. Some of those who did demonstrate against the authorities in the aftermath of that accident were met with teargas and police batons. Dany Mortada, a 28-year-old activist, was among hundreds of thousands people who marched through the streets of Beirut and other cities for weeks in 2019. As he looked across a Beirut square at the centre of the uprising, he believes the spirit of protest lives on. "The revolution still exists in the heart of many people," Mortada said from in front of the government headquarters, where he once camped out night after night. Concrete blocks...
    Trump is a business loser and a tax cheat and very likely a criminal So the assumption was always that impeached soon-to-be-outgoing president Donald Trump hid his taxes for a couple of reasons: that he wasn’t as rich as he claimed, and that it might provide clues to financial crimes. But mostly, that he wasn’t as rich as he claimed.  Now that The New York Times has 15 years of his taxes, it’s all that and even more—he’s also a tax cheat.  There is way too much to unpack, and it will take a while to dig through it all (not to mention follow up stories sure to follow). But for starters:  Donald J. Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency. In his first year in the White House, he paid another $750. He had paid no income taxes at all in 10 of the previous 15 years — largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. Pretty much all of you reading this paid more taxes than supposed “billionaire” Donald Trump.  And then...
    CONSERVATIVE podcaster and professor Jordan Peterson is battling coronavirus after a nearly year-long battle with prescription drug addiction.  Mikhaila Peterson, 28, told The Sun her dad caught coronavirus in a Serbian hospital whilst recovering for an over-reliance on the anti-anxiety drug Benzodiazepine. 1Jordan Peterson's daughter revealed exclusively to The Sun that her father is battling coronavirus. (Photo by Chris Williamson/Getty Images) Credit: Getty "He was put on a whole bunch of, kind of preemptively, he was put on anti-virals and things," Mikhaila Peterson said. "I don't know if that was neccessary, because his symptoms weren't that bad -- he didn't have a cough, he had a mild fever, but they just put him on everything. Mikhaila also said her father is suffering from pneumonia, the second time this year he has fought the illness. "And so now we've had a step back in his recovery. Life is just not good, things are not good right now," she said. "He'll get better, but he's definitely taken a step back and it's just really unfortunate... it's been a disaster." Most read in...
    The streak, always at risk to injury, instead ended with insult. For 13 years, Eli Manning made every start under center for the Giants. For 210 straight games, the Giants knew who would lead them on the field. Only one quarterback (Brett Favre, 297) had ever made more consecutive starts than Manning, one of only five players with multiple Super Bowl MVPs. But one of the worst seasons in Giants history led to one of the worst moves in franchise history. At 2-9, entering the Dec. 3, 2017 matchup with the Raiders, head coach Ben McAdoo awkwardly offered Manning the opportunity to keep his iron man streak alive, with the knowledge that he would be pulled in the second halves of games — regardless of the score — so the team could evaluate former Jets starter Geno Smith and/or rookie third round pick Davis Webb. Manning declined. “My feeling is that if you are going to play the other guys, play them. Starting just to keep the streak going and knowing you won’t finish the game and have a chance...
    Yet another controversy involving President Donald Trump and his allies came about this week when Facebook removed some campaign ads that used an infamous symbol from the 1930s: a red inverted triangle, which Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime used to identify political prisoners ranging from communists and liberals to members of opposition parties. Trump’s campaign has, in essence, responded that it didn’t use that symbol to promote Nazi ideology, but to smear Antifa. Nonetheless, Trump’s critics have asserted that using that symbol in the first place was clueless and ignorant. And according to Washington Post columnist Greg Sargent, a leaked internal document from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security makes Trump and his allies look even worse in this controversy. “After Facebook removed the ads amid an outcry,” Sargent explains, “the Trump campaign continued to defend use of the image — which was used by Nazis to identify political prisoners — by claiming it’s a ‘common Antifa symbol.’ The suggestion, of course, is that the image is justified by the idea that it’s associated with Antifa, so it’s merely a warning...
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